2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
1-1-1, 5th in English Premier League
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Pogba: Racist insults make me stronger

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has taken to Twitter to say that online abuse only motivates him to fight racism harder.

Have Manchester United lost their fear factor? (1:55)
Man United stunned, Lampard relief in Week 3 (1:37)
Why Man United's ball movement is key for them to improve (1:37)
Burley: Solskjaer needs to 'take the bull by the horns' (1:26)
Burley: Lukaku 'not good enough' at Man United (1:08)
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2dRob Dawson

Pogba not Keane, Scholes and Cantona - Ole

Paul Pogba cannot be expected to carry Manchester United's midfield this season, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Fantasy FC - Trust in Pulisic & Kane (1:12)
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2dRob Dawson

USWNT star Rapinoe is an inspiration - Mata

Juan Mata has urged more footballers to follow Megan Rapinoe's lead after she used this summer's World Cup to stand up to Donald Trump.

Solskjaer believes online abuse makes Pogba stronger (1:03)
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2dRob Dawson

Pogba can share penalty duties - Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he will continue to let Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba decide on the pitch who takes Manchester United's penalties.

Mata: Footballers should use their position to make society fairer (2:04)
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3dMark Ogden

Sources: Man Utd face £12m Sanchez wages bill

Manchester United are facing a £12 million bill for Alexis Sanchez's wages this season, sources have told ESPN FC, even if he leaves.

Hodgson lauds Wan-Bissaka's 'outstanding' transition (1:09)
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Lukaku: Me, Pogba, Sanchez the Utd scapegoats

Inter Milan forward Romelu Lukaku has said he, Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez were the regular scapegoats during his time at Manchester United.

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4dRob Dawson

Mata slams 'cowardly' racist abuse toward Pogba

Juan Mata has hit back at the "cowardly" individuals who racially abused Manchester United teammate Paul Pogba on social media after Monday's match.

EXCLUSIVE: Mata labels Pogba racism 'cowardly' (1:07)
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5dRob Dawson

Man Utd condemn racist abuse aimed at Pogba

Manchester United have "utterly condemned" the racist abuse aimed at Paul Pogba after the midfielder missed a penalty against Wolves.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference33rd
Goals Scored6Tied-3rd
Goals Conceded3Tied-8th