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Wayne Rooney to miss Manchester United's Australia tour after suffering hamstring injury

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney will be out of action for a month after sustaining a hamstring injury on the club's tour of Asia and Australia.

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Wayne Rooney posts graphic images of head wound

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Mark Ogden and Ben Rumsby in London Wayne Rooney has released a graphic image of a 'horror film' scar on his forehead in an attempt to rebuff claims the injury is not serious enough to force him out of England's crucial World Cup...

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David Moyes concedes Liverpool are favourites in "biggest game"

David Moyes

Manchester United manager David Moyes conceded that Liverpool probably start as favourites to win what he described as "the biggest club game in England" when they meet at Old Trafford on Sunday.

All Stars concept set to shine

Craig Foster The coming All Stars match is not without its teething problems but will nonetheless prove a fantastic promotion for the game.

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United may cruise in, but not without a climb first

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Sebastian Hassett Manchester United's tour of the Emerald City is about to get diamond-studded, with match officials ready to hire a luxury cruiser to escort the Red Devils through Sydney Harbour on the way to ANZ...

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Business first, game a close second for Man U

Official Manchester United Lunch press conference - The guests of honour will be the Manchester United Manager, David Moyes, along with four (4) Manchester United Legends pictured; Dwight Yorke, Bryan Robson, Andy Cole & Dennis Irwin.
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Sebastian Hassett Even in Australia, Manchester United pretty much do as they please. Call it a perk of being bigger than big.

De Gea backs bid to lure Barca star back to EPL

Cesc Fabregas

Dominic Bossi Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has thrown his support behind the club's audacious bid to sign Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas and believes that his Spanish national teammate will have a...

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Audience with giants puts things in perspective

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Glenn Jackson It's been a tough week for Manchester United. About the same time as they were arriving in Sydney, it was announced that the touring club had lost its title as the world's most valuable sporting team.

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Rookie terror: Lingard double has him out of Rooney's shadow

Jesse Lingard

Dominic Bossi Judging by the most popular name blazed on the back of the Manchester United fans at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night, it seemed that many may have been disappointed to be denied a glimpse of Wayne...

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Suarez flies in to play but his future at Liverpool is grey

Luis Suarez

While Manchester United spent last week in Sydney fending off questions about their disgruntled England striker, Wayne Rooney, Liverpool face more of the same about their star striker Luis Suarez in...

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United step up bid for Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas

Manchester United manager David Moyes on Monday revealed he has stepped up his pursuit of Cesc Fabregas after making a second bid for the Barcelona midfielder.

Manchester United make third bid for Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas.

Chris Bascombe Manchester United will further test Barcelona's resolve to keep Cesc Fabregas by increasing their bid to £35 million ($A59 million) for the midfielder.

Chelsea fail in second bid for Rooney

Wayne Rooney

Manchester United have rejected a second bid from Premier League rivals Chelsea for unsettled England forward Wayne Rooney, United confirmed on Monday.

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With Goliath gone, what will become of David's United?

Manchester United's manager David Moyes.

Graham Hunter The early signs are not great for the champions, who face a tough start in defence of their title..

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Ten to watch this EPL season

Roberto Soldado

Dominic Bossi Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata, Mile Jedinak and more: the players to keep your eye on as the season kicks off.

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Van Persie and Rooney give Moyes a great start

Robin van Persie

Alec Kennedy Manchester United manager David Moyes praised both Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney after his first Premier League match in charge of the English champions ended in a 4-1 win at Swansea.

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Villa stun Arsenal in Premier League

Laurent Koscielny.

Tom Williams Arsenal endured a calamitous start to the Premier League season after conceding two penalties and having Laurent Koscielny dismissed in a 3-1 home defeat by Aston Villa on Saturday.

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Rooney's star display cools Blues' interest

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney might have played his way out of a transfer to Chelsea after a committed display in Manchester United's 0-0 draw with their rivals on Monday.

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Liverpool and Arsenal take derby honours

Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge

Tom Williams Daniel Sturridge sent Liverpool top of the Premier League with a 1-0 win over Manchester United on Sunday, while Arsenal clipped Tottenham Hotspur's wings in the north London derby.

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Rooney out for two weeks, says Moyes

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney will be out for around two weeks with a head injury sustained prior to Manchester United’s Premier League clash with Liverpool on Sunday, manager David Moyes revealed.