Kieran McKenna has done a fantastic job with Manchester United’s U-18s and last season guided them to the top of their league. A win over Manchester City in April confirmed them as champions …
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Blues prove commitment to blooding young stars.
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Alexis Sanchez admitted his start to life at Manchester United has been a struggle. The Chilean was criticised after disappointing during Saturday's FA Cup final defeat by Chelsea.
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Chelsea’s Eden Hazard spot-on to sink Manchester United and win FA Cup | Football | The GuardianA first-half penalty dispatched by Eden Hazard gave Chelsea a 1-0 win against Manchester United in...
by: James Ducker — The Telegraph 20 May
Nemanja Matic has warned Manchester United need quality signings this summer if they are to challenge for the Premier League and Champions League as the midfielder admitted the club’s trophyless campaign has cranked up the pressure for next season.
by: Gordon Brunt — The Score 20 May
If Alexis Sanchez found it hard to deal with criticism from former Arsenal players, he definitely won't like ex-Manchester United great Paul Scholes' assessment of his performances since moving from north London.The Chilean has been somewhat...
by: N/A — Daily Mail 20 May
Manchester City's 2017-18 crop secured the Premier League in record time, shared with their rivals United's 2000-01 squad, by clinching the title with five games of the season still remaining.
by: Helen Pidd — The Guardian 20 May
Phil Neal, the former Liverpool and England full-back, is one of many players enjoying the different challenges of walking football
by: Billy The Dog — Untold Arsenal 20 May
By Dr Billy the dog McGraw, senior psychologist at the University College Hospital of the North Circular Road. Forget Arsenal for a moment. Just think about winning the League.
by: talkSPORT — Talk Sport 20 May
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has laid into Alexis Sanchez following the FA Cup final, claiming his performances "can't get any worse". Chile international Sanchez was singled out for criticism following his poor display as United lost.
Paul Scholes lays into Alexis Sanchez: 'His performances for Man Utd must improve - they can't get any worse'
by: Telegraph Sport — The Telegraph 20 May
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has laid into Alexis Sanchez following the FA Cup final, claiming his performances "can't get any worse".
by: N/A — Daily Mail 20 May
Manchester United's season came to a crushing end on Saturday when they were beaten 1-0 by Chelsea in the FA Cup final. Here, Sportsmail takes a look at their problems for next season.