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Duo back for Boxing Day?
Sir Alex Ferguson hopes to have both Rio Ferdinand and Owen Hargreaves available for the Boxing Day trip to Sunderland, but Edwin van der Sar is definitely out.
All three watched from the stands as the Reds secured a 2-1 victory over Everton on Sunday, and van der Sar could now miss the rest of the festive fixtures because of a groin injury.
"We hope Rio and Owen will be ready for Wednesday, but Edwin is out for the next two or three games with a groin injury," confirmed Sir Alex Ferguson on MUTV.
"We'll have a different team [at the Stadium of Light] and I'll freshen things up a bit with one of two changes.
"I've got players like [Darren] Fletcher, [John] O'Shea, Nani, [Louis] Saha and Ji-sung Park who is back in the squad now. They're all fit and fresh so we've got a few options. I won't make a lot of changes, just one or two."
Manucho: High hopes
Hope we do not have to wait too long to see him in action!Angolan striker Manucho has spoken of his delight at securing a deal that should see the 24-year-old join the Reds after January's African Cup of Nations.
The centre-forward, who has topped the Angola league's scoring charts for the past two seasons playing with Petro Atletico Luanda, told MUTV he's living in dreamland after agreeing to a move to Old Trafford.
"I have been a fan of Manchester United from when I was very young so now I will work very hard to get into the first team," Manucho said.
"I am very happy to be here and I have worked very hard to make my dream a reality. I have found the adaptation easy because all the players have given me their supportÖ and players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Nani and Anderson all speak my language [Portuguese]."
Although Manucho's work permit still needs to be granted, United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is confident the player has the necessary traits to make an impact in the Barclays Premier League.
"He's a very quick, aggressive forward, a big lad about 6"2'," Sir Alex told MUTV. "We've had him on trial for three weeks and he's done very well. We're delighted to have made an agreement with his football team."
Manucho isn't expected to see much first-team action this season, although Sir Alex conceded it all depends on how well he settles into life at United.
"I think he'll need a few months to adjust," he said. "In saying that, he's done very well in training and you never know how players will progress.
"I said the same thing about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when he arrived. I thought I'd give him a year or two in the Reserves but after three or four games he was in the first team.
"It all boils down to the boy himself, how he adapts to the change and how he commits himself to learning. Every young player has to learn."
Keane: Mind on the job
Roy Keane insists there'll be no room for sentiment when his Sunderland side welcome the Reds to the Stadium of Light on Boxing Day.
Keane, who spent 12 years at United, is still afforded hero status on the terraces at Old Trafford and United's travelling support will undoubtedly pay vocal tribute to the Black Cats boss on Wednesday afternoon.
But Keane, 36, has warned Reds fans not to expect too big a reaction.
"United are a top club with great supporters but we're in a professional business," Keane told Sunderland's official website. "You don't get sucked into an old pals' act. It's nothing to do with personal feelings; it's about Sunderland. We want to win the game, we need the points. I'm not a great one for looking back."
Keane's team have won just two of their last 13 games, with last weekend's late loss to Reading leaving the Black Cats in the relegation zone.
12 more hours to go @ Stadium of Light Today is Boxing Day hate to say this but we are going to KOed Keano's Black Cat!
Match Pack: Sunderland
Sunderland have been more than a little unfortunate in recent weeks and will feel it's time their luck changes when United visit the Stadium of Light on Boxing Day.
Form guide: There hasn't been much wrong with Sunderland's performances over the last two weeks, but refereeing decisions have cost Roy Keane's team dearly. The Black Cats had an injury time winner ruled out against Aston Villa a fortnight ago before seeing Reading snatch all three points on 22 December thanks to a dubious goal-line call from a referee's assistant. United, meanwhile, continue to keep pace with Arsenal at the top of the table - the latest win saw Cristiano Ronaldo score twice.
Ins and outs: Edwin van der Sar is expected to miss the match with a groin strain but Rio Ferdinand and Owen Hargreaves should both be back in the side after sitting out Everton's visit to Old Trafford. Sunderland have no fresh injury concerns, although Liam Miller will miss the Reds' visit as he serves the last of a three-match ban
Star men: Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke have been reunited at Sunderland and will be itching to reignite old sparks. The Reds' fireworks will undoubdtedly come from Cristiano Ronaldo, whose performance against Everton was hailed by Sir Alex as "perfect".
Reds' low-key Christmas
without the horns!!!United's players will perfect their passing on Christmas Day in the interests of picking up three points in the Barclays Premier League on Boxing Day.
The O'Shea and Rooney families, for example, can expect John and Wayne to pass when offered extra potatoes or another portion of pudding. Over-indulgence is off the agenda when there's a big match to play at Sunderland 24 hours later.
John told MUTV: "You can have a small bit of Christmas dinner but not too much!
"The manager makes sure the players look after themselves and prepare for the Boxing Day match in a professional manner. So we canít enjoy Christmas Day perhaps as much as other people but thatís a small price to pay for playing at a club like United."
Wayne agrees: "You couldnít have as big a portion as everybody else but apart from that, it's still a normal Christmas dinner with your family.
"Then you have to leave for the hotel. I imagine that's harder for the older players with kids. But at the moment itís fine for me personally - Iím just going out to play football which I love doing so Iíve no problem with being away at Christmas."
so easy for the champions!