2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
15-6-5, 4th in English Premier League
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11hAndy Mitten

Man United support reinvigorated by Solskjaer

Manchester United are a whole new club under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and that revival extends from the players on the pitch to the fans in the stands.

Does Solskjaer deserve the Man United job long term? (1:47)
Burley: Sarri looks out of his depth (2:23)
Chelsea 0-2 Man United: Blues' FA Cup defense ends (1:35)
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2dAdriana Garcia

Mourinho: I would like to manage in France

Jose Mourinho was at the Pierre-Mauroy stadium for Sunday's Ligue 1 game between Lille and Montpellier that ended in goalless draw.

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2dAdriana Garcia

'New Ronaldo' calm amid United links - boss

Felix, promoted to Benfica's first team at the start of the season, has scored seven goals and set up three more in 13 league appearances.

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2dESPN

No Saudi takeover at Man United - minister

The Sun reported Prince Mohammad was stepping up a bid but Saudi media minister Turki Al-Shabanah has distanced the country from a takeover.

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3dESPN

Transfer Talk: United want Icardi, Dybala

A potential Romelu Lukaku exit could make room for Mauro Icardi or Paulo Dybala to take up residence at Old Trafford. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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4dESPN

Beckham watches Salford game as co-owner

David Beckham watched his first Salford City match since becoming the latest former Manchester United player to invest in the non-league club.

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4dESPN

Ferguson to return to Man United dugout

Sir Alex Ferguson -- who retired as Manchester United manager in 2013 -- will guide a side likely to consist of club legends against Bayern Munich.

ESPN FC Best of the Week (3:06)
FA Cup: Huge implications for Sarri & Solskjaer (2:49)
Is the FA cup Sarri's last lifeline? (1:16)

2018-19 Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City272124+5465
Liverpool262051+4465
Tottenham Hotspur262006+2960
Manchester United261565+1751
Arsenal261556+1650
Chelsea261556+1650
Wolverhampton Wanderers261169+139
Watford261079037
Everton279612-333
West Ham United269611-733
AFC Bournemouth2610313-1033
Leicester City269512-332
Crystal Palace267613-727
Brighton & Hove Albion267613-1127
Burnley267613-1827
Newcastle United266713-1225
Cardiff City267415-2325
Southampton265912-1624
Fulham264517-3317
Huddersfield Town262519-3411