Darren Fletcher & Jonny Evans

Darren Barr Fletcher (born 1 February 1984 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a central midfielder for English Premier League club Manchester United. Jonathan Grant Jonny Evans (born 2 January 1988) is a Northern Irish footballer who plays as a defender for Manchester United and Northern Ireland. 5.0/5

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1' Jonny Evans starts in midfield alongside Chris Brunt and Darren Fletcher (0-0)
Darren Fletcher... okay, but who else? We'd Brown failed, John OShea failed, Jonny Evans failed. Best ones left.
Mcmananam is deluded if he thinks Darren Fletcher & Jonny Evans are the answer
Sales of Jonny Evans, Darren Fletcher and Danny Welbeck now being lamented. McManaman is a fud.
."We shared a dressing room with these two guys (Jonny Evans and Darren Fletcher) and they are both real…
Darren Fletcher has to be the best captain in the Premier League, such a good leader! And the second best is Jonny Evans
Darren Fletcher heaps praise on West Brom team-mate Jonny Evans
Man Utd without FOUR centre halves as defensive crisis worsens for West Ham clash LOUIS Van Gaal'S hopes of sorting out Manchester United’s defensive vulnerability have been hit by the absence of four centre halves for Saturday’s home clash with West Ham. Every day get the latest football news and transfer gossip from the Express Register to receive this newsletter Register for email Chris Smalling (thigh) and Jonny Evans (ankle) have joined Phil Jones (hamstring) on the injury list while Tyler Blackett is suspended following his dismissal in the shambolic 5-3 defeat at Leicester on Sunday. With another centre half Michael Keane on loan at Burnley and Michael Carrick, who has been used as an emergency centre half in the past, still injured, Van Gaal will be forced to play left back Marcos Rojo and one of his defensive midfielders Daley Blind or Darren Fletcher as his centre back pairing with Luke Shaw coming in for his debut at left back. The Manchester United boss will also call youth team players Pa ...
UNDERSTANDING Van Gaal'S 3–5–2 FORMATION. Van Gaal's philosophy to start play from back to front (goalkeeper to attack) is rigid and extremely defined, consisting of four primary layers: 1) The first phase is construction of the attack from defence. Playing out from the back, starting with the goalkeeper. 2) Ball circulation throughout midfield is the secondary layer, enticing defenders out of position and causing disorganisation. 3) Creating chances in the final third having patiently maintained possession of the ball in midfield. 4) Finishing off attacking moves efficiently, with focus on proficient placement of shots. The ball is passed to either of the three central defenders, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Jonny Evans, who are ordered to fan out across the full width of the pitch. Ander Herrera (or Tom Cleverley) roams close to the defence in the initial build-up, making himself available for a pass should a centre-back be closed down, while Darren Fletcher (or Michael Carrick/ Fellaine/ Nick Pow ...
Manchester United beat Inter 5-3 on penalties after their International Champions Cup clash finished goalless. The Red Devils scored each of their penalties, with captain Darren Fletcher converting the decisive kick after Marco Andreolli rattled his effort off the crossbar. Manager Louis Van Gaal made four changes to the starting XI that played Roma on Saturday, with Anders Lindegaard, Chris Smalling, Fletcher and Ashley Young returning to the line-up. United came close to breaking the deadlock in the 10th minute with defender Phil Jones, he stooped low to direct his header towards the bottom corner of the net but Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic got his hand to the ball and denied Jonny Evans on the rebound in a goal-mouth scramble. There were few clear-cut chances throughout the first half, though Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata and Danny Welbeck cut the Italians apart with a thrilling passing move, only for Mata’s low cross to be cut out before it reached Rooney. Wilfried Zaha was the only player in United ...
Player Ratings: Manchester United 0-0 Inter Milan Anders Lindegaard - Didn’t really have any saves to make, but his distribution and first touch was poor in comparison to De Gea’s. 5/10 Phil Jones - Won headers, passed the ball forward well and looked solid. 7/10 Chris Smalling - Tried as the middle centre-back and looked much more comfortable. 7/10 Jonny Evans - Didn’t give the Inter Milan forward line a sniff. Forming an excellent partnership alongside Smalling & Jones. 7/10 Antonio Valencia - Played well as the right-wingback. Ran up and down all day, and put in some decent crosses. 6/10 Darren Fletcher - Bossed the middle of the park which is what you expect from your captain. Scored the winning penalty, too. Man of the Match. 9/10 Ander Herrera - His one touch football was wonderful to watch, and you appreciate just how much ground he covers over ninetey minutes. 8/10 Ashley Young - Did well as the left-wingback. His crossing was on point and he looked threatening. 7/10 Juan Mata - Picked some ...
Manchester United's successful Tour 2014, presented by Aon, continued with a penalty shoot-out victory after Louis Van Gaal's men were held to a goalless draw by Inter Milan. Ashley Young, Javier Hernandez, Tom Cleverley, Shinji Kagawa and Darren Fletcher all converted from the spot to complete a full set of kicks for the Reds – playing in the new blue third kit for the first time – while Marco Andreolli's miss for Inter proved pivotal at the FedEx Field, home of NFL legends Washington Redskins. Van Gaal started with his three senior centre-backs all on the pitch, with Chris Smalling and Phil Jones switching to the middle and right respectively, while Jonny Evans retained the left-sided role in which he began the tour against LA Galaxy. Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia took up the wing-back positions, with Ander Herrera and again-captain Darren Fletcher allowing Juan Mata to support Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck. The man who Evans, Jones and Smalling are all striving to replace, Inter's new no.15 Ne ...
Ryan Giggs marked his first match in charge of Manchester United by leaving out David Moyes' two major signings for Saturday's clash against Norwich. Giggs was appointed as interim manager on Tuesday following Moyes' sacking just 10 months after the Scot arrived at Old Trafford. And the 40-year-old immediately dropped Spanish midfielder Juan Mata, who cost a club record £37.1 million from Chelsea in January, as one of six changes to the team beaten 2-0 at Everton in Moyes' final game last weekend. Mata was named on the bench at Old Trafford, but there was no place in the matchday squad for Belgian midfielder Fellaini, who has endured a miserable season following his £25 million move from Everton. Fellaini had been on the bench at Goodison Park, but he was missing as Giggs recalled Nemanja Vidic, Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra, Antonio Valencia, Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck. Mata, Chris Smalling, Alexander Buttner, Jonny Evans, Nani and Darren Fletcher were the players who made way. Vidic, Ferdinand, Cle ...
Players i want out of man united: Ryan Giggs, Patrice Evra, Ashley Young, Anders Lindegaard, Rio Ferdinand and Darren Fletcher. Players who should improve improve their game are: Danny Welbeck, Shinji Kagawa, Tom Cleverley, Michael Carrick, Marouane Fellaini, Antonio Valencia and Chris Smalling. players who should be hailed are: Wayne Rooney, David De Gea, Phil Jones, Rafael Pereira Da Silva, Adnan Januzaj, Juan Mata and Jonny Evans.
More life story revealed by Darren Fletcher... "Sir Alex was honestly more than a manager. He was a different level. I was conscious of contracts. I went to him and said, ‘I’m ill and not playing . . .’ He looked at me like I was mental. He said forget about football. Just get well for your kids and your family. I was listening and he was saying it ... but there’s a football pitch behind him, through his window. And I can see all his trophies and his pictures. I’m thinking, ‘Forget about football?!’” Fletcher revealed. Sir Alex Ferguson and Fletcher agreed, for a while, to hide the condition from teammates. “To avoid, ‘Why’s he playing? He’s ill’. We’d see if the medication worked.” He is blown away by the generosity of colleagues. Michael Carrick’s brother-in-law, a singer, is providing entertainment on Thursday. Carrick, Wayne Rooney and Jonny Evans are auctioning the chance to play golf with them. Other players are auctioning use of Old Trafford boxes. “I didn’t expe ...
Last Monday, the official Manchester United website released an article publicising the possible candidates for the role of captain from the season 2014/15. The article consisted of 5 possible candidates: David De Gea, Phil Jones, Jonny Evans, Wayne Rooney and Darren Fletcher. At first reaction, it seemed brutal in seeing Robin Van Persie as a main nominee, but as Leonardo Di Caprio so timely proved on Sunday night at the BAFTAs, something as little as a blown kiss to the camera seals the win for just being that fantastic, even without a prize to showboat at the end of it. Similarly, Robin Van Persie has also proven that a trail leaving the words ‘awe-struck’ visible on foreheads sometimes can be just as phenomenal, even if it means that he may not be the leading man at the end of the tunnel, hand on hips, first to absorb the warmth of the Old Trafford crowd. And then I read: “The opinions expressed in this article are personal to the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of Manchester ...
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Manchester United have released the list of nominees for the next captaincy role, now that it's confirmed current skipper Nemanja Vidic is to quit the club at the end of the season. It's a common that more senior players like Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra and Ryan Giggs are to follow Vidic out of the club come season end. It might seem strange to others that Robin Van Persie is not on that list of nominees. The nominees are Wayne Rooney, Phil Jones, Darren Fletcher, Jonny Evans and David De Gea.. In your own view, who deserves the famous Red Devil arm-band at Old Trafford once Vidic le
Who shall be the next captain of Manchester United? With the news of our captain Nemanja Vidic leaving us in the summers and well as Rio Ferdinand, who do you think should be our next captain? The options picked by the official Man Utd site are: David De Gea, Phil Jones, Jonny Evans, Darren Fletcher & Wayne Rooney. And of course, Wayne Rooney is the favourite as of now. What is your choice?
Jonny Evans or Darren Fletcher as captain next season.
Manchester United manager David Moyes has doubts over defenders Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand for the meeting with Real Sociedad. Midfielder Tom Cleverley has been struggling with a calf injury and missed training on Tuesday. Striker Danny Welbeck was also absent from United's final training session ahead of the Group A tie. United are boosted by the availability of Belgium-born midfielder Adnan Januzaj, who has been added to the Champions League squad as a home-grown player and could make his debut in the competition against the Spaniards. Moyes said: "He is now available for the Champions League by the way his date of birth works. He's an exciting young player making good progress all the time and he is someone who is going to play a big part in the future of Manchester United. He's an exceptional talent." Centre-back Jonny Evans is likely to start if Ferdinand or Vidic are not available. Midfielder Darren Fletcher, who has been hampered by a chronic bowel condition over the past two seasons, joined t ...
Manchester United - Chelsea Preview: Both sides looking to bounce back from European defeats- The Red Devils will be out for blood after their controversial Champions League exit, while the Blues go to Old Trafford having not scored an FA Cup goal at the ground since 1963 Sir Alex Ferguson is likely to make a number of changes to the side that lost to Real Madrid on Tuesday, with Wayne Rooney – surprisingly dropped against Los Blancos – expected to come back into the starting XI. Don't Miss Chris Smalling has started all of Manchester United’s FA Cup matches this campaign, and could partner Jonny Evans in the centre of defence. Antonio Valencia, Anderson and, hat-trick hero against Norwich, Shinji Kagawa should also all return to the side. Phil Jones (ankle) remains sidelined, while Paul Scholes (knee) is a doubt for the match. Midfield enforcer Darren Fletcher (illness) is out for the remainder of the season. Rafa Benitez left Juan Mata on the bench in the Europa League last 16 match against Steaua ...
Manchester United injury update ahead of Reading clash Speaking to the press this morning ahead of their FA Cup clash with Reading on Monday night, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has given updates regarding the status of his injured players. Midfielder Paul Scholes is expected to be out for at least another two weeks with the knee injury he is recovering from. Darren Fletcher is still sidelined with his bowel condition. Sir Alex confirmed that there are no new injuries ahead of the game against Reading. Sir Alex said “We’ve come through Wednesday night’s game without any injuries. That’s the best thing, apart from the result of course.” After an injury-plagued start to the season, Ferguson praised defender Jonny Evans by saying “Jonny has emerged in the last year or so as a top defender, he’s been fantastic. He’s shown great consistency in the last year.”
Man Utd @ Fulham. [Fulham - Manchester United Preview: Visitors looking to add to six-game unbeaten run against the Cottagers] Fulham manager Martin Jol will be without Simon Davies (knee), Kerim Frei (groin) and Mahamadou Diarra (knee) for the clash with the league leaders at Craven Cottage. Kieran Richardson also remains a doubt with a calf injury and star man Dimitar Berbatov will miss the game against his former club after picking up a slight hamstring tear during the win against West Ham. The club's two January transfer window loan signings, Urby Emanuelson and Emmanuel Frimpong, could also be involved at some stage from the substitutes bench. Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson will be missing Darren Fletcher, who is out until the end of the season with illness, while Ashley Young (knee) and Jonny Evans (hamstring) are also both doubtful to make the trip to Craven Cottage. Fulham's 3-1 win against West Ham was their first in eight league outings. The hosts have picked up eight points from their ...
sms for 30.01.2013. activ odd 3.20 to 20:30h!!! FREE TIP: 30.01.2013. Manchester United - Southampton Manchester United, who have a game in hand and a four-point lead ahead of their city rivals Manchester City, have dropped rare two points after a disappointing display at Tottenham in their last Premier League outing and should be keen to get back on winning ways. And following a 1-1 draw, the Red Devils looked like they're back to their best against Fulham in the FA Cup. Javier Hernandez scored a brace in a 4-1 cup victory, but this just might not be enough to see him keep his place in the starting lineup with Robin Van Persie set to return. With only Jonny Evans and Darren Fletcher set to miss this one, Sir Alex Ferguson has plenty of options in almost every position. Manchester United have won their last eight home matches in the Premier League and have scored at least two goals in 14 of their last 15 home games. Southampton, who are currently 16th on the league table, have been slowly making their way ...
Tottenham - Manchester United Both sides were dealt cruel blows this week, as Tottenham looks set to miss Sandro for some time after the midfielder underwent surgery for a knee problem picked up in the 0-0 draw at QPR last weekend.Younes Kaboul remains sidelined with a knee problem while William Gallas (calf) looks set to miss out as well. For Manchester United, Darren Fletcher has been ruled out for the season following surgery on his ongoing bowel condition. Nemanja Vidic is expected to return after suffering a concussion in the club's 2-1 win over Liverpool, while Jonny Evans could return to the squad after suffering a hamstring injury. Despite beating Manchester United 3-2 at Old Trafford in September, Tottenham has not tasted victory over Sir Alex Ferguson's men in 11 Premier League home games - a run stretching back to 2001. The hosts have collected just three points during that barren run. Jermain Defoe (pictured right) is in something of a goal drought, finding the net just once in his last seven ...
United changes a certainty Sir Alex Ferguson is certain to make changes for Manchester United's Boxing Day encounter with Newcastle.United's failure to beat Swansea saw their advantage in the Premier League title race trimmed to four points. Danny Welbeck, Javier Hernandez, Chris Smalling and Darren Fletcher will be amongst those hoping to be involved, while Rafael needs to shrug off the hamstring injury that kept him out of the Liberty Stadium encounter. Jonny Evans remains wary of Newcastle's African jewels despite the Magpies' woeful recent form.Alan Pardew's men secured only their second win in 12 games with an unconvincing display against QPR on Saturday. Whereas last season they were scoring goals for fun, this time around it has been far harder, and rather than challenging for a Champions League spot, they have been nervously looking over their shoulders at the drop zone.But Evans does not feel that is a reason for Manchester United to take it easy at Old Trafford on Boxing Day. The Northern Irelan ...
Sir Alex fears Carrick blow. Sir Alex Ferguson hopes the curse of the hamstring will not rob him of Michael Carrick for the busy Christmas fixture list. The England midfielder left Manchester United’s weekend win over Sunderland at half-time, complaining of a hamstring injury. Fellow midfielders Nani and Anderson are already on the sidelines with the same problem. And centre-half Jonny Evans is the fourth United star to be out currently with an identical injury. It is understood that the United boss took Carrick out of the firing line as a precautionary move, mindful of the busy schedule to come. Carrick has an extra day to recover this week, with United not in action until Sunday’s visit to Swansea. But it is believed to be touch-and-go over whether or not he will be available for the trip to South Wales. Carrick’s potential absence would be less than ideal. Fergie has only three other recognised central midfielders at his disposal – Tom Cleverley, Paul Scholes and Darren Fletcher. Y❼
Manchester United produce more first- team players for clubs in Europe's top 5 leagues than any other team in England, according to research by Sporting Intelligence. Sir Alex Ferguson's side are ranked fifth in the world behind the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona, and French clubs Lyon and Rennes. Twenty players who have graduated from the Old Trafford academy have gone on to play in the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 or Serie 'A', one less than French side Rennes who sit fourth with 21 'primary' academy products. The research deemed a primary youth academy prospect to "belong" to a certain club if they had spent three or more years at the facility between the ages of 15 and 21. For Manchester United, that meant the likes of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Darren Fletcher, Jonny Evans, Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck all count as home-grown players, and the majority are now first-team regulars. Other players to have come through the ranks at Old Trafford, only then to have moved on, include St ...
You may want to know this ... Chris Smalling spills the beans on his United team-mates: BEST TRAINER: Pauls Scholes. At his age he could rest on his laurels but he's out there and he's kicking a few people as well. He's a class act. MOST SKILFUL: Nani. He's often doing his tricks in a game but he loves to do it in training and more often than not it comes off. HARDEST SHOT: Scholesy. Whether it's on the floor, volley, half-volley, you don't want to be getting in the way of that. WORST DANCER: Anders Lindegaard. He's got too much rhythm going on. He tries, bless him. WORST DRESS SENSE: It's a bit harsh because he's a young lad but Nick Powell. He just wakes up, gets out of bed and puts on whatever's on the floor. I'm sure he'll learn. WORST TASTE IN MUSIC: David De Gea. Sometimes when we're on the coach and he's got his headphones on they're blazing out and I just can't understand what it is. He's into his rock. It's not for my ears. FUTURE MANAGER: Darren Fletcher and Jonny Evans. They seem pretty switche ...
Yeah, I think so too. Heard talk of either Darren Fletcher or Jonny Evans too. Would expect Iniesta and Ibra to rise a lot.
The league leaders have gone behind in five consecutive matches in all competitions, suffering defeats to Norwich City and Galatasaray as a result. Jamie Mackie's opening goal at Old Trafford was overturned in a seven-minute spell in which Jonny Evans, Darren Fletcher and Chicharito found the net to peg back the relegation-threatened side. "I don't know why [we concede the first goal] it is but it's happening too many times," Rooney told reporters. "We need to just go out now and try to get the early goal. As soon as we get a goal, the team settles down and the game settles "We tend to take control of the game. But more often than not we've conceded first and made it hard for ourselves to try to get back in the game then go on and win it." Fletcher, meanwhile, thought that United had not taken enough chances in order to break through the QPR rearguard in the first half, adding: "There's a risk that you'll give it away but you have to do that if you want to break through," the midfielder added.
Manchester United made yet another come-from-behind win as they beat QPR 3-1 at Old Trafford. Jamie Mackie gave QPR a shock lead with his second-half tap-in but headers from Jonny Evans and Darren Fletcher turned the game on its head before Javier Hernandez completed the scoring for the Red Devils.
MANCHESTER, England (AP) Manchester United fought back to beat Queens Park Rangers 3-1 on Saturday, provisionally reclaiming top spot while condemning the bottom-placed team to the worst start any Premier League side has made after 13 games. New QPR manager Harry Redknapp was watching from the stands at Old Trafford as Jamie Mackie gave the London club hope of a first win of the season by scoring the opener. But United responded with three goals in less than 10 minutes, leaving QPR roote to the bottom with just four points. Jonny Evans pulled the hosts level before Darren Fletcher marked his first league start in a year with a goal and Javier Hernandez scored a third. United went two points ahead of Manchester City, which is at Chelsea on Sunday. Initially, QPR had a sense of purpose and stuck to its defensive duties with diligence, even though the visitors were assisted by the lackluster nature of United's display. Stand-in manager Mark Bowen might even have had a goal to celebrate after Mackie converted ...
Harry Redknapp watched from the stands as Manchester United came from behind to beat his new Queens Park Rangers side at Old Trafford. QPR, who announced Redknapp as their new boss on Saturday morning, led when Jamie Mackie pounced from close range. Headers from Jonny Evans and Darren Fletcher, on his first league start for over a year, put United in command. Substitute Javier Hernandez stroked in the third as Sir Alex Ferguson's men moved top of the Premier League table. United's three goals in the space of eight second-half minutes puts the pressure firmly back on neighbours Manchester City, who know they can return to the summit by beating Chelsea on Sunday. QPR, who sacked Redknapp's predecessor Mark Hughes on Friday, stay bottom of the table as they remain without a victory in their opening 13 matches. But there will be plenty of positives for Redknapp to take from the match before he assumes control on Monday. Under the guidance of Hughes's former coaches Mark Bowen and Eddie Niedzwiecki, the hard-w ...
Full Time: Manchester United 3-1 Queens Park Rangers! Goals from Jonny Evans (64') Darren Fletcher (68') and Chicharito (72') After a tough first half and conceding the opening goal from QPR's Jamie Mackie (52') United subbed out Paul Scholes for Chicharito and Ashley Young for Anderson. These substitutions really helped United step up their game and they took to the QPR defense, getting into space and having the chances that led to the two goals off of corners, and finally the great goal from Super Sub: Chicharito that put this game to bed! Glory Glory Man United!
Steven Pienaar announces South Africa retirement to focus on Everton career • Michael Ballack ends his career • Ferguson sweats on Jonny Evans injury • Steven and Darren Fletcher return for Scotland • Man City medio Milner injures toe and could be out for few weeks • Liverpool defender Kelly out till beginning of 2013 due to knee injury
Reds squad flies to Romania United are taking a 21-man squad to Romania for the Champions League encounter with CFR Cluj. The Reds are looking to build on the opening Group H victory against Galatasaray but experienced midfielders Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Michael Carrick have not travelled. Antonio Valencia, who injured his ankle in the win at Liverpool, is not ready to return and fellow winger Ashley Young remains sidelined, along with the likes of Nemanja Vidic, Chris Smalling andPhil Jones. Jonny Evans is available, despite picking up a knock late on against Tottenham, but Michael Keane and Scott Wootton providecover at the heart of the defence.Youngsters Jesse Lingard, Nick Powell and Ryan Tunnicliffe join Darren Fletcher amongst the midfield options while Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie could combine in attack again after showing promising signs inthe second half on Saturday. United: De Gea, Lindegaard; Büttner, Evans, Evra, Ferdinand, M.Keane, Rafael, Wootton; Anderson, Cleverley, Fletcher, L ...
Sir Alex Ferguson confirms Van Persie & Kagawa fit to face Wigan The Red Devils will have almost a full-strength squad to pick from with Jonny Evans also back in contention, while Darren Fletcher makes a welcome return to the squad
Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Robin Van Persie and Shinji Kagawa are both fit to face Wigan, whilst Jonny Evans and Darren Fletcher will also be included in the squad.
Alexander Buttner, Jonny Evans & Darren Fletcher all played 90 minutes in reserves'2-1 win over Spurs tonight
Boost for Manchester United as Jonny Evans, Darren Fletcher and Alexander Buttner feature against Spurs: Jonny E...
Goal.com shared the following link and had this to say about it: Alexander Buttner made his fist appearance in a Manchester United shirt tonight as the Red Devils reserve team beat Tottenham 2-1. Federico Macheda hit both goals, while Jonny Evans and Darren Fletcher both returned to action. Rossoneri have brought in the Roma forward despite the fact he bares little resemblance to the pl...
Jonny Evans, Nick Powell, Darren Fletcher, Alexander Buttner and Anders Lindegaard all in action for U21's tonight
Alex Buttner, Darren Fletcher, Jonny Evans and Nick Powell starting for the reserves tonight. Interesting to see how they'll all get on.
Darren Fletcher, Jonny Evans, Alexander Büttner, Angelo Henríquez all starts for the United reserve tonight against Spurs. ^__^ news
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FIVE COSTLY GAMES FOR UNITED THAT GAVE AWAY THE TITLE. Manchester United are coming to terms with the loss of their Premier League title to Manchester City. For most of the year it would not have been a surprise, but with six games to go and an eight-point lead, Old Trafford was united in the belief that their big-spending 'noisy neighbours' had been seen off. Here,are the five key games United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will have reason to regret. OCTOBER 23, Man Utd 1 Man City 6 An astounding game saw Mario Balotelli put the Blues ahead before the break. A red card for Jonny Evans was followed by another two City goals and although Darren Fletcher pulled one back, United caved in during the final minutes, conceding three more goals which proved very costly indeed. DECEMBER 31, Man Utd 2 BLACKBURN 3 Having re-established themselves as championship contenders, Ferguson left Wayne Rooney and Darron Gibson out for disciplinary reasons. An ineffective performance from David De Gea allowed Blackburn to establi ...
PROBABLE LINEUPS Manchester City Hart Richards, Kompany, Lescott, Clichy Y Toure, Barry Silva, Tevez, Nasri Aguero Manchester United De Gea Smalling, Ferdinand, Evans, Evra Valencia, Carrick, Scholes, Nani Rooney, Welbeck Manchester City look set to welcome back Micah Richards from injury, while striker Mario Balotelli is also available having completed his three- match ban after his sending off against Arsenal. However, given their recent form manager Roberto Mancini is expected to continue with Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez up front. Manchester United, meanwhile, have few absentees other than long- term injury victims Nemanja Vidic, Darren Fletcher and Anderson. Nani, who injured an ankle in training, and Jonny Evans are both doubts, but are expected to be fit for the clash. However, after watching his side throw away a 4-2 lead against Everton last weekend, Sir Alex Ferguson may decide to shake-up his starting XI. Chris Smalling is being tipped to get the nod ahead of Rafael at right-back while in mid ...
There's speculation that Jonny Evans is a doubt but the only confirmed absentees are Darren Fletcher, Paul Pogba, Anderson and Nemanja Vidic
Wayne and Coleen Rooney attend Aintree with friends (Darren Fletcher, Jonny Evans) on April 12, 2012 in Merseyside, UK
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