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27/02/2012 11:19 , Editorial team
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Today At Old Trafford

13:20 I’ve just interviewed boxer Matthew Hatton, European welterweight champion and brother of Ricky, ahead of his Battle of the Roses fight with Kell Brook on 17 March. Among other things, Matthew discussed the troubles of being a Red in a notoriously Blue household and explained why he feels Wayne Rooney could make it in the ring. Look out for the full interview in the West Brom edition of United Review. (Mark Froggatt)

11:56 You can now watch a short video clip from Sir Alex's press conference, in which he praises Spurs. Click the link on the left to play it, and look out for the longer version on MUTV and MUTV Online. (AB)

10:51 Can you remember what you were doing 21 years ago to the day? Me neither. Some 45,656 people were at Old Trafford, however, watching Ryan Giggs make his first-team debut for Manchester United. Then a skinny 17-year-old kid, Giggsy came on for Denis Irwin in a 2-0 defeat to Everton. It was the start of the most successful career in English football history. Happy anniversary, Ryan. (NC)

09:56 Sir Alex was in determined mood ahead of the weekend and that certainly came across during the press conference. It's clear that he views the Spurs encounter as a crucial one in the title chase. "I think everyone at the club realises how important it is on Sunday to maintain our challenge. I'm not interested in anyone else's [title challenge]. We need to win on Sunday." (AM)

09:47 "I think it's a real football ground at Tottenham," added Sir Alex. "I enjoy going there and I think the players do too. It's an old-fashioned football ground and Villa Park is much the same. It's a good pitch, it's always been a good pitch and the atmosphere is guaranteed to be good. These

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