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Remembering The Busby Babes

Today is the 62ns anniversary of the Munich air disaster. The Busby Babes might be gone but they will never be forgotten.

In you want to learn more about Munich and the Busby Babes, then check out Munich58.co.uk and United Front. There also is a movie that is available on Netflicks called United.

Former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson spoke to BBC Sport about the Munich disaster back in 2014 and how he is still affected by the Munich air crash, 61 years on from the disaster.

‘I’ve been affected since a young boy. It was a sad time,’ Ferguson told BBC Sport.

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Solskjaer Defiant After FA Cup Win

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hit out at critics who he accused of wanting his team to fail following Manchester United’s 6-0 FA Cup thrashing of Tranmere Rovers on Sunday.

United enjoyed a welcome return to form against lower-league opposition following back-to-back Premier League defeats at the hands of Liverpool and Burnley.

Harry Maguire, Diogo Dalot, Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones, and Anthony Martial all hit in a sparkling first-half performance that saw the Red Devils go into half-time 5-0 up at Prenton Park.

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Man United Force To Look For Striker

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could look to replace Marcus Rashford with loan signings after confirming that the Manchester United top scorer could be out for up to three months with a double stress fracture of his back.

United failed to score for the third time in six matches since the start of the year as they lost 2-0 to Liverpool at Anfield in Rashford’s absence on Sunday, remaining fifth in the table and falling 30 points behind the Premier League leaders.

Confirming the severity of the injury to 19-goal Rashford, Solskjaer rued: ‘It’s just an unfortunate situation.

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Mercato: Paul Pogba To Inter Milan

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Manchester United have reportedly told Inter Milan that they are willing to sell them Paul Pogba, but only if they get Lautaro Martinez in return.

It appears that Pogba is keen to reunite with Antonio Conte, since the two worked so well together at Juventus.

The speculation over the World Cup winner’s future at Old Trafford has not died down during his absence from the pitch and the newspaper claims Inter have the makeweight to be in pole position for the former Bianconeri’s signature.

Martinez is valued at around €80million, while United insist Pogba is worth €150m.

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Solskjaer Wants ‘One Or Two’ Additions In January

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Manchester United are targeting ‘one or two’ new faces in January, revealed manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

United’s top four hopes were dashed on Wednesday night following a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal and attention quickly turned to transfer business on the first day of the January window.

Injuries are becoming a major issue for United, particularly in central midfield, and while Solskjaer remained coy on targets, he admitted that the club are on the hunt for a couple of additions this month.

‘Well you can see the squad and yeah, one or two additions could do nicely,’ he said.

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OGS Praises Fred After Man United Win

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hailed midfielder Fred as the unlikely Manchester United hero firing them towards the Champions League.

Fred took centre-stage in a 2-0 win at Turf Moor with Paul Pogba absent and Scott McTominay out for at least three weeks with a knee injury.

The much-maligned £52million Brazilian, mocked on TV by United legend Roy Keane, was one of United’s stand-out performers as they made it one defeat in eight and moved to within a point of fourth-place Chelsea.

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Chelsea Close In On Jadon Sancho

January Transfer Window

Chelsea are looking to beat both Manchester United and Liverpool in the race to sign Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho, according to reports.

The England international, rated at £120million, is currently a man in huge demand after shining in Germany with Dortmund and a return to the Premier League could very soon be on the cards.

According to media reports, Chelsea are now working on a deal which could see them fork out a club-record fee for one of the world’s biggest talents.

The Blues have reportedly emerged as the most likely destination for the 19-year-old winger after indicating they will match Dortmund’s big-money valuation.

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Pep Starting To Lower Expectations At Manchester City

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Despite having the most expensive squad in world football, Pep Guardiola says Manchester City “might not be able to compete” with the best teams in Europe and have to “accept that reality”.

City lost 2-1 to local rivals Manchester United in the Premier League on Saturday and trail leaders Liverpool by 14 points.

Last season, City won the domestic treble and retained the league title but have lost four games in 2019-20.

“We have to improve and accept it and move forward,” said Guardiola

“[Manchester] United have the quality to defend and the quality to attack on the counter-attack and you have to accept that,” he added.

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Glazers Tell Ole His Job Is Safe

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been assured by the Glazer family that they are fully behind him at Manchester United and that he will have money to spend in January.

The United manager has had to quell speculation about his future, particularly with Mauricio Pochettino available following his sacking by Tottenham and a run of below par performances in November.

United have maintained Solskjaer’s position is safe and they have patience for his project, however, it is understood Joel Glazer spoke to Solskjaer in person to underline the owners’ belief in his plans for the club and to reiterate he had their full support going forward.

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This Is The Worst Season In 31 YEARS For Manchester United

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer jumped up to second in the bookmakers’ list of managers next in line to leave their job following Manchester United’s disappointing 2-2 draw with Aston Villa on Sunday evening.

But while it’s obvious that results have not been good enough this season, the problems at Old Trafford go way beyond the pitiful amount of points United are currently picking up.

The draw against Villa took them to 18 for the campaign from 14 games – their fewest since way back in 1988-89, a staggering 31 years ago.