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How Manchester United became the Zlatan show - Irish Times
It was noticeable that whereas Ryan Giggs made the obvious Cantona comparison after a week in which Ibrahimovic scored a hat-trick against St-Étienne and booked United an FA Cup quarter-final appointment with Chelsea, Paul Scholes pointed out that the ...and more »
'Indiana' Ibrahimovic comes, sees and conquers - World Soccer Talk
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The 35-year-old made his first official United appearance at Wembley in August's Community Shield against Leicester City, a towering late header giving him the 29th trophy of his career. He returns having confirmed that early promise with a further 23 ...
Fighting on four fronts - Herald.ie
Ashley Young has no doubt that Manchester United have the strength in depth to keep fighting on all fronts. Jose Mourinho started life at Old Trafford with a Community Shield triumph and is now pushing to add major trophies. Sunday's League Cup final ...and more »
Ibrahimovic coy on Manchester United contract extension - Reuters
"We have one (the Community Shield) and we can get our second one (the League Cup)," the charismatic Swede added. "We are still in the Europa League and FA Cup, so if we don't become champions in the Premier League, at least we can try and win two ...and more »
About FA Community Shield
The FA Community Shield, or the Football Association Community Shield and formerly referred to as the Charity Shield, is an English football cup trophy. It is annually contested in a single match between the champion of the FA Cup, and the champion of the FA Premier League. FA Community Shield matches traditionally take place at the Wembley Stadium in August. In cases where a team wins both the league and the FA Cup, his opponent becomes the Premier League runner-up. The Community Shield's main purpose is to raise funds for various charities throughout England.