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Mourinho concerned about United fitness

Jose Mourinho said he took every available first-team player to Huddersfield Town and was forced to supplement the squad with youngsters.

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Guardiola: I 'wasn't good enough' for Wigan

Pep Guardiola could have once played for FA Cup opponents Wigan Athletic but he wasn't good enough, according to the Manchester City manager.

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Utd confident ahead of crucial week - Matic

Nemanja Matic said Manchester United will head into their crucial week of fixtures full of confidence after kicking-off with a win over Huddersfield.

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14hRob Dawson

Scholes: Pogba didn't earn Utd spot in 2012

Paul Pogba was not playing well enough for Manchester United's reserves to warrant a place in the first team before Paul Scholes' comeback he said.

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United deny Mou row with Pogba - sources

Manchester United have played down reports of a bust-up between boss Jose Mourinho and players Phil Jones and Paul Pogba following loss to Newcastle.

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Pardew: 'Statement' to strip Evans armband

West Brom boss Alan Pardew confirmed Jonny Evans was stripped of the captaincy against Southampton because he wanted to make a "statement."

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Evans, Barry starting despite taxi incident

Jonny Evans and Gareth Barry have been named in West Bromwich Albion's starting lineup for their FA Cup clash with Southampton.

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Giroud excited after first Chelsea goal

Olivier Giroud said he was relieved to score his first goal since joining Chelsea in the fifth-round FA Cup victory over Hull City.

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Lukaku interested in Anderlecht return

Romelu Lukaku has expressed a desire to rejoin Anderlecht after his contract with Manchester United expires.

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Cahill wishes Mason well after retirement

Chelsea's Gary Cahill expressed his well wishes to Ryan Mason, who was forced to announce his retirement after the two collided in a game last year.

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2dJonathan Smith

Can Man City smash these Prem records?

Manchester City are on a roll. They have already broken the Premier League record for consecutive wins, but what other records can they set?

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Alonso in, Bakayoko out vs. Barca - Conte

Antonio Conte confirmed Marcos Alonso will be fit for Chelsea's clash with Barcelona in the Champions League last 16, but Tiemoue Bakayoko is out.

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Mou looking for Carrick's United successor

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed that the search for Michael Carrick's long-term successor has started.

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Sanchez demanded 'too much' - Bellerin

Bellerin said Alexis Sanchez's demanding attitude could be "too much" for his teammates at times, but downplayed talk about a dressing room divide.

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Mason 'lucky' despite career-ending injury

Ryan Mason feels "lucky to be here" and admits the knowledge that playing football again could risk his life has helped him accept his retirement.

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