2004: #MUFC 5 Crystal Palace 2

A pulsating win over Crystal Palace in 2004, with seven goals in all!

Latest Comments
  • They'll be none of this excitement Sunday Mark Barber think we could be in for one of the most boring games of the season if that's possible lol

  • Moriniho put all his eggs in one basket...as if Champions League is what is important...United is about winning every game...your 23 man squad philosophy made it hard for you to play all these games...you need at least 27 to play full season...now he complains about 8 games in April...thats what United is about coach...unacceptable

  • Really miss the days of "score more than your opponent". 4 years of absolute garbage is killing my love for the game. Not enjoyable at all.

Gallery: Saints train ahead of Stoke

Southampton

Alexis' superb goal against Sunderland... from every angle

Arsenal

👌Granit Xhaka's pinpoint pass
👌Mesut Özil's first-time cross
👌Alexis Sanchez's goal
... watch it again... and again... and again... from every angle.

Gallery: 17/18 CPFC home kit shoot

Crystal Palace

📷 Take a look at the best images from the CPFC home kit shoot in Crystal Palace Park's 'secret subway' 🔴🔵

Introducing... Angel Gomes

Manchester United

An exciting few days for our Youth Team Player of the Year!

#MUFC training

Manchester United

Watch as the players prepare for Sunday's game against Crystal Palace...

Chevrolet FC

Manchester United

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Club chairman Jeff Mostyn will lend his support to Show Cancer the Red Card day in Boscombe

AFC Bournemouth

Chairman Jeff Mostyn is lending his support to Show Cancer the Red Card day in Boscombe tomorrow. Join him in helping the fight against cancer!

Supporters: End of season update on tickets and supporter matters

AFC Bournemouth

SUPPORTERS: A look at Junior Cherries initiatives and ticket matters in this fans update.

Read here: bit.ly/slo-update-05-19

Eddie Howe - Leicester have great strength with their pace and match winners

AFC Bournemouth

PREVIEW: Eddie Howe looks ahead to the final match of Premier League season away at Leicester City Football Club.

Read more: bit.ly/howe-preview-05-18