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10/02/2013 10:22 , Editorial team
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Today at Old Trafford

of next week’s fifth round meeting with Reading. Personally, mine would be our 1999 triumph over Liverpool – the look on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s face after netting the winner was priceless! (MF)

13:28 In his programme notes, the boss has instructed everybody involved with United to look forward and ignore the fortunes of Roberto Mancini’s struggling champions, writing: “The watchword for us now is to keep our sights determinedly set on the next match. The message for our players if that we mustn’t look over our shoulders to see how our rivals are doing. I think a few of the guys last season, when we were eight points ahead, were dwelling too much on how our rivals were doing. It’s akin to taking your eye off the ball and you don’t need me to remind you what happened.” Wise words, indeed. (MF)

13:10 Hello and welcome to a wet Old Trafford, where it’s raining heavily ahead of United’s Barclays Premier League clash with Everton. Such conditions shouldn’t dampen spirits before kick-off though, scheduled for 16:00 GMT, with such a massive incentive on offer for the Reds following Manchester City’s shock defeat at Southampton yesterday. As a result, Sir Alex’s men can move 12 points clear at the top with victory over the Toffees. (MF)

Friday 8 February

17:40 Ruud van Nistelrooy has spoken to Marca about the upcoming Champions League tie at the Bernabeu. When asked which of his former clubs he will be supporting, he replied diplomatically: "It's an impossible choice. It would be like trying to choose between one of my two kids and I can't. I love

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