2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
19-10-4, 2nd in English Premier League
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2dRob Dawson

Glazers willing to work with fans at Man United

Joel Glazer has told Manchester United fans he "cares deeply" about the club and has promised to prove it with investment both on and off the pitch.

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2dAramide Oladipo

Klopp not surprised by Old Trafford protests

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp said he was not surprised by the Old Trafford protests which saw their clash against Manchester United being postponed.

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2dRob Dawson

Ole on starting XI complaints: Not my problem

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said complaints from other clubs about his team selections are "not my problem."

Do Villarreal stand a chance vs. Manchester United in the final? (1:59)
4dGabriele Marcotti and Moises Llorens

Sources: ESL rebels could face 2-year UCL ban

UEFA will pursue severe disciplinary action against clubs who signed up to the Super League and have yet to distance themselves from the project.

Do Manchester United actually need Paul Pogba? (1:00)
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4dMark Ogden

Man Utd-Liverpool rescheduled for May 13

The Premier League clash between Manchester United and Liverpool was postponed on Sunday following a protest at Old Trafford.

Solskjaer: Old Trafford break in 'one step too far' (1:30)
How West Brom's Sam Johnstone could end up at Man United (1:32)
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4dRob Dawson

Solskjaer: Old Trafford fan break-in 'too far'

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has backed Manchester United fans' right to protest but not the demonstration in which fans broke into Old Trafford.

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Man United owner refuses to apologise over ESL

Manchester United owner Avram Glazer has refused to apologise to fans for the club's involvement in the failed breakaway European Super League.

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5dMark Ogden

Sources: Utd eye Johnstone; De Gea could leave

Manchester United have joined Tottenham and West Ham in the race to sign West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone, sources have told ESPN.

Will the Manchester United protests carry over to other clubs? (1:45)

2020-21 Prem Ladder

Manchester City352555+4680
Manchester United3319104+2967
Leicester City3519610+2063
West Ham United3417710+1158
Tottenham Hotspur3516811+2056
Leeds United3515515050
Aston Villa3314613+1048
Wolverhampton Wanderers3512914-1245
Crystal Palace3411815-2041
Newcastle United3510916-1839
Brighton & Hove Albion3581314-537
West Bromwich Albion3451118-3426
Sheffield United355228-4417

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference292nd
Goals Scored642nd
Goals Conceded353rd