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Pundit opens up on how he thinks Man United can achieve a top four finish

Manchester United got their bid to finish in the top four back on track at the weekend, thanks to a pretty comfortable 3-0 victory away at Sunderland. The game itself was decided when Seb Larsson saw red for a tackle on Ander Herrera, then our front line did the rest.

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Phil Neville: This is why I don’t think Wayne Rooney will go to China

Manchester United have been without the services of Wayne Rooney over the last couple of weeks, and the 31-year-old’s long-term future at Old Trafford has certainly come into question. Some reports have discussed the possibility of the club captain moving to play in the Chinese Super League.

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Phil Neville says key Man Utd player was ‘average’ against Hull City

Manchester United made it into the EFL Cup final by the skin of their teeth yesterday, as Jose Mourinho’s men lost 2-1 on the night but came through 3-2 on aggregate. The work was done in the first leg, but the lads have to be careful because they came very close to letting it slip (ala Steven Gerrard).

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Gary and Phil take Manchester? Neville set to eclipse Giggs as favourite and rightly so

Up until yesterday morning, it was unthinkable to discuss the future of Manchester United Football Club without mentioning Ryan Giggs. After a brief spell in the dugout during the final stages of the 2013/14 season, the Welshman was hired by current manager Louis van Gaal as Assistant Manager, a role many believe is much more akin to a managerial apprenticeship.

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Manchester United could keep the Class of 92 on the coaching staff

Ryan Giggs has already been named as Louis van Gaal’s assistant manager for next season, and we all thought that he would be bringing in his own coaches – leaving no room for the Class of 92. That may not be the case though, with the Guardian claiming that Scholes, Butt and Neville could yet be kept on the staff by Van Gaal.

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Van Gaal to keep Class of ’92 at Manchester United

Louis van Gaal is reportedly ‘happy’ to keep Ryan Giggs, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt as part of his coaching team next season, according to the Daily Mail. Van Gaal will bring in Patrick Kluivert with him as an assistant manager, whilst Ryan Giggs will take up an assistant manager role also.

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Manchester United’s class of ’92 take over Salford City FC

Over twenty years ago Sir Alex Ferguson led a youth inspired Manchester United to Premier League glory, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Nicky Butt, David Beckham and Phil Neville, all products of the Manchester United academy were at the heart of the most decorated side in domestic history.

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PICTURE: David Moyes spotted at Bundesliga game

After all-but sealing a move for Juan Mata, David Moyes is now on his next scouting mission – This time in Germany. The Scot has tonight attended Bayern Munich’s visit to Borussia Mönchengladbach in the Bundesliga. He has attended the game with coach and former player Phil Neville, and we’ll direct the possible targets here.

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Phil Neville hints at January transfer activity

Manchester United first-team coach Phil Neville, has indicated that the club will certainly be looking at the possibility of bringing fresh faces to Old Trafford in January. The mid-season transfer window was something old boss Sir Alex Ferguson wasn’t particularly fond of, but the way our summer business went, brining in faces is a must for David Moyes.

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Members of the class of 92 join coaching staff

After hanging up his boots in May, former United legend Phil Neville has been reunited with his old boss David Moyes. The 36-year old has joined the club as a first-team coach alongside Jimmy Lumsden. Current player Ryan Giggs has also changed his role into player-coach.

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