2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
12-9-8, 5th in English Premier League
Burley: Barca's 2011 UCL side is the best I've ever seen (2:19)
10h
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23hRob Dawson

Solskjaer: Utd can 'exploit' market after shutdown

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said the club should "exploit" the transfer market once the window opens following the shutdown.

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1dRob Dawson

Bailly: Solskjaer the man for Man United

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the perfect manager for Manchester United's young team, Eric Bailly has told ESPN.

Whose fall from glory has been worse: Milan or Man United? (1:08)
2d
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2dRob Dawson

Sources: Sanchez won't take pay-cut to leave

Alexis Sanchez will stick it out at Manchester United rather than leave in a cut-price deal in the next transfer window, sources have told ESPN.

EXCLUSIVE: Bailly sees United growth under 'uncle' Solskjaer (1:18)
2d
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3dTom Marshall

Chicharito: Mentality key to my United success

'There were millions with footballing talent, but not with mentality. I could have stayed in Guadalajara and not challenged myself,' Hernandez said.

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3dESPN

Man Utd's Shaw wants Prem season scrapped

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has said he wants the Premier League season to be scrapped due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Elton John & how Viduka nearly joined Man Utd (2:36)
4d
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4dESPN

Transfer Talk: Manchester United back in for Brooks

Manchester United could be set to rekindle their interest in Bournemouth's David Brooks, according to reports. Transfer Talk has the latest.

Man United's Pereira willing to play every day to finish season (2:08)
5d
Why the transfer window won't be the same for years to come (1:59)
6d
Solskjaer: 'Hopefully Man United wives' can help the players (0:49)
7d

2019-20 Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Liverpool292711+4582
Manchester City281837+3757
Leicester City291658+3053
Chelsea291469+1248
Manchester United291298+1445
Wolverhampton Wanderers2910136+743
Sheffield United2811107+543
Tottenham Hotspur2911810+741
Arsenal289136+440
Burnley2911612-639
Crystal Palace2910910-639
Everton2910712-937
Newcastle United299812-1635
Southampton2910415-1734
Brighton & Hove Albion2961112-829
West Ham United297616-1527
Watford296914-1727
AFC Bournemouth297616-1827
Aston Villa287417-2225
Norwich City295618-2721

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference144th
Goals Scored446th
Assists286th
Goals Conceded304th