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Blackburn Rovers 1 - 1 Manchester United: Wayne Rooney penalty seals record title

Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to accept the challenge of Manchester City as he starts to plan a 20th Premier League title triumph. Ferguson was happy to join in the immediate celebrations at championship No 19, getting doused in champagne as the revelry at overtaking Liverpool as England's most successful club began.

Manchester City 1 - 0 Stoke City: Manchester divided by success of old and new guard

ANY number of Manchester City supporters will tell you nothing could take the sheen off being restored to the status of silverware winners after 35 years.

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Blackburn Rovers 1 - 1 Manchester United: Wayne Rooney on the spot to make history as United win 19th title

Wayne Rooney drove home a controversial penalty 17 minutes from full time to confirm Manchester United champions for a record 19th time.

Sir Alex Ferguson knocks Liverpool off their perch

Man Utd boss keeps his word and overtakes Liverpool's league record haul to confirm his unmatched staying power

Blackburn v Man Utd: Giggs says team effort has taken United to brink of title

Blackburn v Man Utd Barclays Premier League At Ewood Park, today, kick-off 12.45pm TV: Live on Sky Sports 2

The Rumour Mill: Friday's football news and gossip

In today's Rumour Mill: Jelavic stokes speculation on a move south; Calderwood plays down Riordan absence; Celtic legend says Hearts should lose Euro spot; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.

Man U heading for the magic £100m

Manchester United is still on course to become the first British football club to break through the £100 million barrier for annual commercial turnover.

Old Trafford pair shocked by Neil Lennon attack

MANCHESTER United defender Rio Ferdinand has revealed he feared a Monica Seles-style attack on Celtic manager Neil Lennon.

Changing room chat: United fans chart 19 title successes

MANCHESTER United fans have begun an online campaign to get Paul Hardcastle's 1985 song 19 to the top of the charts to mark United's likely 19th top-flight title. Around 30,000 downloads could take 19 to the top of the charts on Sunday.

Manchester United to get £57m in TV money if they win title

The English Premier League will pay out record sums in TV money this season with the bottom club guaranteed at least £37 million and the champions earning more than £57 million.

Watchdog dismisses Wayne Rooney complaints

Complaints about Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney swearing into a camera during a match have not been upheld by the TV watchdog.

Arsenal 1 - 0 Manchester Utd: Alex Ferguson fears referees will wreck title bid

SIR Alex Ferguson fears Manchester United's Premier League title bid could be wrecked by a refereeing decision at Old Trafford this coming Sunday.

Arsenal v Man Utd: Ferguson insists he will be happy if title race goes down to the wire

Arsenal v Man Utd Barclays Premier League At Emirates Stadium, tomorrow, 2.05pm TV: Live on Sky Sports 1

Ferguson says United revel in nail-biting season run-in

SIR ALEX FERGUSON claims this is the part of the season Manchester United love most.

Sir Alex set to rotate for huge games

Sir ALEX FERGUSON intends to ring the changes as Manchester United look to seal a Champions League final spot ahead of their crucial Premier League collision with Chelsea next weekend.

First-half return for Darren Fletcher at Old Trafford

Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher made his comeback from illness for the reserves in a 0-0 draw against Arsenal at Old Trafford last night.

Wayne Rooney reveals he is new victim of phone-hacking

Wayne Rooney has been contacted by detectives investigating the News of the World phone-hacking scandal.

Colin Bell anger at 'degrading' songs

MANCHESTER City great Colin Bell has told fans to stop "degrading" the club by singing songs about the Munich air crash.

Peter Schmeichel lauds Manuel Neuer

MANUEL Neuer would be the perfect replacement for Edwin van der Sar at Manchester United, according to Peter Schmeichel.

Double won't be enough for Rio Ferdinand's ambitions

RIO Ferdinand has warned Manchester United's rivals he will not be satisfied even if Sir Alex Ferguson's side go on to complete their second Premier League and Champions League double in four years.

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