Manchester United have celebrated hitting 60million Facebook likes by pitting their stars head-to-head.
Decisions, decisions… Man Utd’s Van Gaal drafts Mata in to fill Rooney’s boots for Everton crunch match
United will be hoping to secure their third consecutive home victory when the Toffees visit Old Trafford for the 12 noon kick-off on Sunday
The ball is mightier than the sword: Man Utd’s Falcao, Mata and Rojo do battle with freestyling Red Samurai
Manchester United stars Radamel Falcao, Juan Mata and Marcos Rojo showed off their best footballing tricks and flicks – by pitting themselves against a samurai warrior.
Dreams come true: Tears turn to joy for orphaned Indonesian Man Utd fan, 11, after walking out with team
Fergie’s tear-jerking story is chronicled in a promotional video along with ten other young fans from countries including Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, South Africa, South Korea and the United States, as part of United’s partnership with Chevrolet
Hole lotta’ love: Play me behind the strikers, Juan Mata urges Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal
With a new regime in place at Old Trafford, now is the time for Van Gaal to copy Mata’s old boss Rafael Benitez, at former club Chelsea, and play him behind likely starting duo Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney.
Comment: Manchester United’s seventh heaven is flying start for Dutchman Louis van Gaal’s revolution
Louis van Gaal got off to the perfect start as Manchester United manager – setting the benchmark for the season with a 7-0 win over LA Galaxy.
The 24-year-old, who was the subject of a ‘hoax’ bid claimed to be from the club last summer, has signed a four-year deal with the Old Trafford outfit after they met his contract release clause.
The 5-1 humbling by a Robin van Persie inspired Dutch side in the Group B opener on Friday was world and European champions Spain’s heaviest loss in over 50 years.
Icing on the cake: Mata eyes Spain World Cup role after impressive first season at Manchester United
Juan Mata, who joined United for a club record £37 million, is expected to start for Spain in their World Cup warm-up match against Bolivia tonight.
‘We can be Manchester United again’: Juan Mata confident of bringing glory days back to Old Trafford
The Reds were a shadow of the team that claimed their 20th Premier League crown the previous year, exhibiting the worst title defence since Blackburn Rovers in 1995-96
World Cup holders’ squad is littered with talented superstars that currently call Manchester home, including David De Gea, Juan Mata, David Silva, Jesus Navas and Alvaro Negredo