2010–11 Manchester United F.C. season

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Manchester United
2010–11 season
Chairmen United States Avram Glazer
Manager Scotland Sir Alex Ferguson
Stadium Old Trafford
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The 2011–12 season is Manchester United's 19th season in the Premier League.

On September, Nemanja Vidić named as Manchester United's new captain.[1]

Pre-season[change | edit source]

Manchester United started their season with a tour in North America that for the first time since 2004.[2]

Date Opponents Result Scorers
16 July 2010 Celtic 3 – 1 Berbatov, Welbeck, Cleverley
21 July 2010 Philadelphia Union 1 – 0 Obertan
25 July 2010 Kansas City Wizards 1 – 2 Berbatov
28 July 2010 MLS All-Stars 5 – 2 Macheda (2), Gibson, Cleverley, Hernández
30 July 2010 Guadalajara 2 – 3 Smalling, Nani
4 August 2010 Airtricity League XI 7 – 1 Park (2), Owen, Hernández, Valencia, Evans, Nani

Transfers[change | edit source]

In[change | edit source]

Pos. Name From Fee
DF England Chris Smalling England Fulham £7 million [3]
FW Mexico Javier Hernández Mexico Guadalajara £10 million [4]

Loan out[change | edit source]

Pos. Name To
FW Senegal Mame Biram Diouf England Blackburn Rovers
FW England Danny Welbeck England Sunderland
MF England Tom Cleverley England Wigan
DF Belgium De Laet England Sheffield United

New deal[change | edit source]

Pos. Name
DF Serbia Nemanja Vidić [5]
MF Wales Ryan Giggs [6]
MF Scotland Darren Fletcher [7]
DF France Patrice Evra [8]
FW England Wayne Rooney [9]

Retired[change | edit source]

Pos. Name
DF England Gary Neville [10]

Community Shield[change | edit source]

Community Shield is match between the champions of Premier League and the champions of the FA Cup.

Date Opponent Result Scorers Attendance
8 August 2010 Chelsea 3 – 1 Valencia, Javier Hernández, Berbatov 84,623

Premier League[change | edit source]

      Win       Draw       Loss

Week Date Opponents Score Goals
August
1 16/08/2010 Newcastle United 3 – 0 Berbatov, Fletcher, Giggs
2 22/08/2010 Fulham 2 – 2 Scholes, Own goal
3 28/08/2010 West Ham United 3 – 0 Rooney, Nani, Berbatov
September
4 11/09/2010 Everton 3 – 3 Fletcher, Vidić, Berbatov
5 19/09/2010 Liverpool 3 – 2 Berbatov (3)
6 26/09/2010 Bolton Wanderers 2 – 2 Nani, Owen
October
7 02/10/2010 Sunderland 0 – 0
8 16/10/2010 West Bromwich Albion 2 – 2 Chicharito, Nani
9 24/10/2010 Stoke City 2 – 1 Chicharito (2)
10 30/10/2010 Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 0 Vidić , Nani
November
11 06/11/2010 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 – 1 Park (2)
12 10/11/2010 Manchester City 0 – 0
13 13/11/2010 Aston Villa 2 – 2 Macheda, Vidić
14 20/11/2010 Wigan Athletic 2 – 0 Evra, Chicharito
15 27/11/2010 Blackburn Rovers 7 – 1 Berbatov (5) , Park, Nani
December
16 13/12/2010 Arsenal 1 – 0 Park
17 26/12/2010 Sunderland 2 – 0 Berbatov (2)
18 28/12/2010 Birmingham City 1 – 1 Berbatov
Nani celebrates with Hernández and Giggs
Pos Club M W D L G+ G- +/- Pts
1 Manchester United 38 23 11 4 78 37 +41 80
2 Chelsea 38 21 8 9 69 33 +36 71
3 Manchester City 38 21 8 9 60 33 +27 71

Champions League[change | edit source]

Date Opponents H / A Result Scorers
14 September 2010 Rangers H 0 – 0
29 September 2010 Valencia A 1 – 0 Hernández 85'
20 October 2010 Bursaspor H 1 – 0 Nani 7'
2 November 2010 A 3 – 0 Fletcher 48', Obertan 73', Bébé 77'
24 November 2010 Rangers A 1 – 0 Rooney 87'
7 December 2010 Valencia H 1 – 1 Anderson 62'
Team P W D L GF GA GD Pts
England Manchester United 6 4 2 0 7 1 +6 14
Spain Valencia 6 3 2 1 15 4 +11 11
Scotland Rangers 6 1 3 2 3 6 –3 6
Turkey Bursaspor 6 0 1 5 2 16 −14 1


Date Round Opponents H / A Result Scorers
23 February 2011 Round of 16 Marseille A 0 – 0
15 March 2011 H 2 – 1 Hernández (2) 5', 75'
6 April 2011 Quarter-final Chelsea A 1 – 0 Rooney 24'
12 April 2011 H 2 – 1 Hernández 43', Park 77'
26 April 2011 Semi-final Schalke 04 A 2 – 0 Giggs 67', Rooney 69'
4 May 2011 H 4 – 1 Valencia 26', Gibson 31', Anderson (2) 72', 76'
28 May 2011 Final Barcelona / 1 – 3 Rooney 34'

Squad[change | edit source]

No. Pos. Name
1 GK Netherlands Edwin van der Sar
2 MF England Gary Neville
3 DF France Patrice Evra
4 MF England Owen Hargreaves
5 DF England Rio Ferdinand
6 DF England Wes Brown
7 FW England Michael Owen
8 MF Brazil Anderson
9 FW Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov
10 FW England Wayne Rooney
11 MF Wales Ryan Giggs
12 DF England Chris Smalling
13 MF South Korea Park Ji-Sung
14 FW Mexico Javier Hernández
15 DF Serbia Nemanja Vidić
No. Pos. Name
16 MF England Michael Carrick
17 MF Portugal Nani
18 MF England Paul Scholes
19 FW England Danny Welbeck
20 DF Brazil Fábio
21 DF Brazil Rafael
22 DF Republic of Ireland John O'Shea
23 DF Northern Ireland Jonny Evans
24 MF Scotland Darren Fletcher
25 MF Ecuador Antonio Valencia
26 FW France Gabriel Obertan
28 MF Republic of Ireland Darron Gibson
29 GK Poland Tomasz Kuszczak
33 FW Portugal Bébé
34 GK Denmark Anders Lindegaard

Squad statistics[change | edit source]

No. Pos. Name League Europe
1 GK Netherlands Edwin van der Sar 33 10
3 DF France Patrice Evra 34 9
5 DF England Rio Ferdinand 19 7
7 FW England Michael Owen 11 2
8 MF Brazil Anderson 18 6
9 FW Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov 32 7
10 FW England Wayne Rooney 28 9
11 MF Wales Ryan Giggs 25 8
12 DF England Chris Smalling 16 9
13 MF South Korea Park Ji-Sung 15 9
14 FW Mexico Javier Hernández 27 9
15 DF Serbia Nemanja Vidić 35 9
16 MF England Michael Carrick 28 11
17 MF Portugal Nani 33 12
18 MF England Paul Scholes 22 7
21 DF Brazil Rafael 16 7
22 DF Republic of Ireland John O'Shea 20 6
23 DF Northern Ireland Jonny Evans 12 3
24 MF Scotland Darren Fletcher 25 7
25 MF Ecuador Antonio Valencia 10 7

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References[change | edit source]