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Premier League · Manchester
Premier League: Luton Town v Manchester United updates
Carlton Morris (Luton Town) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Tahith Chong is caught offside. Victor Lindel�f replaces Luke Shaw. First Half ends, Luton Town 1, Manchester United 2. Delay in match because of an injury Marcus Rashford.See the Story
38% Center coverage: 21 sources
Ivan Toney's personal message to Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool beat Brentford in Premier League
Brentford host Liverpool at Griffin Park on February 17th, 2024. Follow the Premier League live with Eurosport. Find up to date Premier League standings, results, top scorers and previous winners. Make Eurosport your go-to source for sports online from tennis, cycling, snooker and more.See the Story
Coverage: 21 sources
Gary Neville · Manchester
Gary Neville invited by Manchester United to consult on regeneration of Old Trafford
Gary Neville invited by Manchester United to join a special committee to oversee the regeneration of Old Trafford and the surrounding area. Neville co-owns Hotel Football and University Academy 92 that neighbour the stadium. Neville has been a vocal critic of the Glazers and the declining fortunes of the club and their failure to maintain what was once considered one of the finest stadiums.See the Story
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United Kingdom · United Kingdom
Sir Jim: My message to United fans
Sir Jim Ratcliffe was born in Failsworth, just seven miles from Old Trafford. The lifelong Red believes the huge fanbase ultimately craves the club's return to the pinnacles of English, European and world football. Sir Jim and selected experts from his multinational conglomerate INEOS plan to deliver in time.See the Story
Ratcliffe shares thoughts on Old Trafford's future
Jim Ratcliffe says Old Trafford could be redeveloped or a new stadium built. The Manchester United co-owner made the comments in an interview with club media on Wednesday. Ratcliffe has pledged $300 million for 'future investment in infrastructure at Old Trafford' Carrington is in the club's thoughts, but Ratcliffe said it is secondary to Old Trafford.See the Story
Sir Jim Ratcliffe says winning on the pitch is the priority
Sir Jim Ratcliffe has outlined his vision for Manchester United in his first big interview since becoming a co-owner of the club. The Failsworth-born Reds supporter made it crystal clear that he expects the club to regularly compete for the top honours in the game. Insisting that winning is the absolute priority for the men's, women's and Academy sides, he is determined to help promote that culture.See the Story
Sir Jim: I'm not here to make money
Sir Jim Ratcliffe has confirmed his acquisition of 27.7 per cent of Manchester United. The British billionaire made his fortune with petrochemicals company INEOS. Ratcliffe said he does not see his involvement in the club as being driven by money. He said restoring United to a successful position is his sole motivation.See the Story
Ladd makes 100th appearance for United
Hayley Ladd became the sixth player to reach 100 appearances for the club last Saturday. The Welsh international joined United at the start of our first season in the Women's Super League back in 2019. Ladd came through Arsenal's youth system and has previously played for Bristol City, Coventry City, Birmingham City and Finnish outfit Kokkola Futis.See the Story
Manchester United · Manchester
Early team news for Man Utd v Fulham
Luke Shaw is a doubt after being withdrawn in the first half of the 2-1 victory at Luton Town. The left-back had also only managed the opening 45 minutes of the previous game, away to Aston Villa, and manager Erik ten Hag admitted: "[It's] clear, when you come off, it doesn't look great." Victor Lindelof deputised in the position for the second game running.See the Story