Fri 18 Apr 2014
Man United 6-5 Chelsea (1-1)
Manchester United are once more engulfed in the delirious joy of Champions League melodrama. They were on the verge of defeat in the shoot-out as the Chelsea captain, John Terry, came up to take the penalty that would have taken the trophy to Stamford Bridge. His standing foot slipped as he struck the ball and the effort flew wide
Man United 2-1 Bayern Munich
Manchester United sealed a historic Treble last night. That was predicted. But what could not have been foreseen was the manner of their victory. Two goals in injury-time by substitutes Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer handed them a victory every bit as remarkable as their first European Cup at Wembley win 31 years earlier.
Man United 4-1 Benfica
In the Sixties the European Cup was the holy grail for Manchester United and any English club. The atmosphere that night at Wembley was surreal: of the 100,000 people there, probably 90,000 were United supporters.
Man United 2-1 Sheffield Weds
Trailing after Paul Ince had conceded a penalty converted by John Sheridan in the 64th minute, United seemed destined to concede a two-point lead to their rivals Aston Villa who had already completed a goalless draw against Coventry.
The greatest footballer who ever lived?
Matt Busby described Duncan Edwards as the most 'complete footballer in Britain - possibly the world'. The greatest tragedy is that his death aged just 21 from injuries sustained in the Munich air crash meant his full potential was never realised.
Man United unveil statue of Sir Alex
A collection of former and current Manchester United players gathered at Old Trafford on Friday to attend the unveiling of a statue of manager Alex Ferguson.
Darren Fletcher reveals daily battle against illness
The Scotland midfielder is expected to make his sixth appearance of the season when Manchester United play Braga in their Champions League Group H encounter in Portugal on Wednesday.
20 years on from the phone call that changed football
With Cantona at the club, United won four titles in five years and would surely have won a fifth had he not tried to kick xenophobia out of football at Selhurst Park in 1995.
Three Steps to Heaven
Around 150 journalists descended on Old Trafford on Thursday to unearth United's thoughts on the unprecedented league, FA Cup and European Cup treble now within their grasp. After 59 games, their next 270 minutes of play, beginning with the Premiership decider against Tottenham today, will distil United's season into honour
Manchester United win Premier League title: how they achieved their record-breaking 19th league crown
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Paul Scholes happy to 'fly under the radar'
The famously publicity-shy Paul Scholes has revealed that he timed his retirement 'perfectly' as he was able to fly under the radar of others exiting the big stage.
Sir Alex Ferguson retires
It's like the death of Mrs Thatcher all over again. The end of an era. A temporal shift. A stopping of the clocks. Which in Sir Alex's case is appropriate.
Tom Cleverley has signed a new four-year contract with Manchester United, keeping the midfielder at Old Trafford until 2015.
The RVP effect
On the face of it, the prospect of Wayne Rooney playing in tandem with last season's Premier League top goalscorer and the double Footballer of the Year is mouth-watering.
Giggs: Season 22
Ryan Giggs has agreed a one-year contract extension with Manchester United. The deal means that Giggs, who made his debut in 1991, will be part of United's first-team set-up for a 21st season.
Double Vision
Manchester United's worldwide merchandising revenues have been hit hard by anti-Glazer sentiment, according to a report by the Sport+Markt, the respected sports-business analyst.
Darren Fletcher Return
Darren Fletcher has revealed he still faces a daily battle against the bowel condition which threatened to end his career at Manchester United following his quicker-than-expected return to first-team action.
'If I'd been ugly you'd never have heard of Pele'
Pele praises the Ulsterman with a generosity born of an awareness of his own unassailable position in football history.
Matt Busby's philosophy the stuff of legend
To join Manchester United in any capacity was to become one of Matt Busby's extended family.
Denis Law was my hero as a player. I idolised him
Ferguson believes Law, who is only two years older than him at 69, deserves to be revered
Giggs: My 20 years with Manchester United's first team
The first game: 2 March 1991. You look at the photos now and so much has changed
David Beckham: I wish I had stayed at Manchester United
'I'd have loved to have stayed at Manchester United for my whole career and never gone'
Scholes: I'm no great but Giggsy is and he can go on for ever
The retiring Manchester United star has long been considered one of the finest players of his generation.
It was a brief, almost perfunctory conversation between two men who have lived and breathed Manchester United for a combined period of almost five decades.
Alex Ferguson's Successor Wil Have To Wait A Little Longer
On the 6th of November, Sir Alex celebrated 25 years managing Manchester United.
Hernandez loving 'unbelievable' United life
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is still coming to terms with his rise to prominence at Old Trafford.
I felt Matt Busby's presence everywhere at Manchester United
Indeed, the first thing any successor ought to do before he sits in the shadow of Ferguson's name, is give Frank O'Farrell a call.
Ferguson has surpassed Sir Matt Busby
'He's been fantastic for Manchester United', said the Kop boss
It will take a brave man who takes on job to succeed Sir Alex
Lots of managers are looking over their shoulders, worrying about the next result
Cantona interview: September '96
No, no. We had to believe we could win. Even when we were 12 points behind, we all believed we could still win it.
Sir Matt Busby 'a truly extraordinary man'
And, as was revealed on that summer afternoon at Old Trafford, 'closure' was never an option - nor even a desire - for a truly extraordinary man.
'I listened to the little boy inside me'
Van Persie said he turned down a more lucrative move to champions Manchester City because the child within him told him United was the right club for him.
Chat show legend Sir Michael Parkinson has spoken fondly of his friendship with George Best and told how he still misses the Northern Ireland footballing legend.
In possibly the most wide-reaching talk ever given by Sir Alex Ferguson, Man United manager has told students at Harvard Business School the secrets of his success.
United Trinity
"Many great players have come through at Manchester United over the years, so this is one of the greatest things that has ever happened to me." Charlton described it as "a fantastic compliment".
Manchester United's class of '92
Even before Manchester United won the FA Youth Cup in 1992 rumours were circulating in football that this was a crop to compare with the Busby Babes, who won the first competition in 1953.
Man Utd History since 1878
After refuelling in Munich on 6 February 1958, the United aeroplane crashed, killing twenty-two people
The George Best Years
Sir Matt Busby
Sir Alex
Eric Cantona
Bobby Charlton
Brian Robson
Roy Keane
Gary Neville
Edwin Van Der Sar
Mark Hughes
Dennis Law
Ryan Giggs
Paul Scholes
Steve Bruce
Peter Schmeichel