Manchester United’s problems delve far deeper than negative results, as explained by Will Stonier
The problem of racism in football goes beyond the racial abuse from the stands
Joey Millington scrutinises the major changes to England’s squad before their intriguing Euro 2020 qualifying fixtures
Quality Manchester football shouldn’t have to break the bank
A contentious penalty, but United are through to the Champions League quarter-finals
The first leg of the Champions League final-16 saw Liverpool face a 0-0 draw against Bayern Munich as both sides efforts were deemed ‘average’ by Jurgen Klopp
In a game of contrast for two French stars, PSG striker Kylian Mbappe scored, and United midfielder Paul Pogba was given his marching orders
Young English footballers are struggling for opportunities at their domestic clubs but continue to thrive both internationally and in Europe
Following Amazon Prime’s arrival into the Premier League, Iwan Hopkins argues that online streaming is the future of football
The lack of consistency in matches caused by VAR can be frustrating for football fans but we must be patient with the new system, argues Kate Jackson
Although Manchester United are lacking on the pitch, the clubs annual revenues will always lend a helping hand, or will they?
Pep’s men have been on fire recently and Schalke offered very little to halt the run of the Citizens
James Owen takes a look at one of the Premier League’s most anticipated matches, as the in-form Manchester United hosted top of the table Liverpool
Solskjær’s United came out 2-0 winners with goals from Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba
Two late goals against Burnley helped retain Solskjaer’s unbeaten record
Jose Mourinho is famed for his three-season syndrome — but was his appointment at Old Trafford a case of irreconcilable differences?