United look to put the Rooney saga behind and get their first win away from home. Can they break their duck in the ever so hostile Britannia Stadium?
West Brom travel to Old Trafford with an aim to claim another big scalp, after their shock win at the Emirates in their last match. Can the Red Devils stop the on-song Baggies? THT previews for the game.
Carlos Quieroz has had two successful stints at Man Utd. THeHardTackle takes a closer look at his turbulent career and whether a third stint at OT is on the cards.
Manchester United’s reliable winger Luis Antonio Valencia suffered a damaging blow to his lower left leg and a dislocation of the ankle which virtually has ruled him out of the reminder of the season. TheHardTackle’s analyzes the situation at Old Trafford and looks for viable alternatives.
Old Trafford always had a potent dead ball artist in their ranks. But ever since CR7 and United parted ways, United have missed a proficient dead ball expert. TheHardTackle's Nipun Malhotra depicts the current scenario where the Devils are unable to Bend It Like Beckham.
At the end of a frenetic Premier League season, which saw United agonizingly close to clinching the title from Chelsea's grasp, TheHardTackle's guest author Ashish Batra gives a recap of how the Red Devils have fared in the competition, and what the future holds for the men from Old Trafford.
The English Premier League is full of quality wing players. Such is the quality of the wingers in the League and the intensity of battle, that sometimes even top quality talent don't get a look-in till they prove themselves over time. TheHardTackle's Nipun Malhotra looks at three left-wingers who have returned from the brink of being discarded and shaped the BPL season 09/10...
Manchester United crashed out of Europe on away goals despite defeating Bayern at Old Trafford. Bayern Munich recovered from a disastrous start which saw them go three goals down in the first half, to turn the tie on its head. First leg hero Olic got one back for the Germans before Robben scored a spectacular volley to send Bayern into their first Champions League semi-final in nine years.
Previous encounters between these two Premier league behemoths have often been billed, to borrow a cliché, as a collision between an unstoppable force and an immovable object. This time, however, the recent rivals are at their relative weakest in recent years. Ravaged by injuries, shaken by defeats in Europe and more desperate than ever for glory - Manchester United and Chelsea FC - go head to head in quite possibly, the biggest potential league title-decider ever. Make no mistake, if there ever was to be a 'Derby of England', this would be it.
Manchester United needed veteran Paul Scholes to save their blushes as they laboured to a scarcely deserved win over Wolves. The closely fought win ensured that the Devils climbed to the top of the premiership.