- Date of Birth: 13 October 1979
- Birthplace: Longsight, Longsight, Manchester, England
- Position: Defender
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'Wes Brown, Darren Fletcher, John O'Shea, … these days, everyone would say: "f***ing s***, why is HE playing for United?"' Rafael blasts modern fans' Twitter moaning, insisting stalwarts of Sir Alex Ferguson era would have copped flak
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Former Manchester United star Wes Brown has said that the Red Devils should target the signings of Jack Grealish and James Maddison from Aston Villa and Leicester City respectively.
Ex-Manchester United defender Wes Brown does not believe that it is a disaster that United did not bring in new centre backs during the summer transfer window.
Former Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur striker Dimitar Berbatov has joined Indian Super League side Kerala Blasters for the upcoming season.
Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov is reportedly on the cusp of joining Indian Super League club Kerala Blasters. The Bulgarian footballer has been a free agent since his release from Greek club PAOK at the end of the 2015/16 season.
Italian manager Paolo Di Canio had been relieved of his Sunderland duties yesterday after the fiery coach reportedly lost control of the dressing room. A number of more experienced professionals visited the club's chairman with their concerns.
Both teams are in dire need of a win after poor starts to their respective seasons. Eyefootball discusses how the teams will line up, their form and their historical record against each other.
Swansea may make a surprise move for Anton Ferdinand. Brendan Rogers is reportedly in discussions with his board and is ready to pay up to 2m GBP to land the centre back.
Sunderland have completed the signing of defensive duo Wes Brown and John O'Shea from Man Utd. The defensive duo have joined in a reported 9m GBP deal and have both signed 5 year contracts.
Aston Villa are making an offer for Tottenham and Scotland international defender Alan Hutton. The player - valued at around 3m GBP - will be allowed to leave this summer.
Sunderland are edging closer to a double move for Wes Brown and John O'Shea. The Manchester United defensive duo have told Alex Ferguson that they would be interested in making a move to the Stadium of Light.
Sunderland boss Steve Bruce will complete a £3m move for Wes Brown this summer. The Man Utd defender has been told he can leave if a club matched the £3m asking price.
Man Utd defender Wes Brown is reportedly ready to leave Old Trafford in favour of a move to Goodison Park with Everton. The player has been with the Reds for nearly 15 years, but has told friends that he would like to finish his career elsewhere.
Man Utd travel to Upton Park on Sunday, boss Alex Ferguson announced that Wes Brown will start the match replacing the injured Gary Neville.
The Manchester United captain, Gary Neville, is in the final year of his contract and might hang his boots up as a new contract has not been offered yet.
Nemanja Vidic, the Manchester United and Serbia international central defender has warned Arsenal that his sides defence is now rock solid, despite a disappointing start to the year.
A goal in each half handed Manchester United a win over Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.
Manchester United will play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, football fans are waiting to see the the battle between two of the best tacticians of the game. Chelsea have the home advantage and are the only team in the Premier League to have a positive win-loss record against United. Can they do it again?
Manchester United were crowned Champions of Europe in Moscow after a game that had absolutely everything, a night that proved agonising for Chelsea and oh so satisfying for United. The game had to be decided on penalties though, and United came out best after Terry missed a glorious chance to wrap up the shoot out but he hit the post, before Nicolas Anelka missed to see the title go to the red side of England.
There have been no major shocks for England's squad for the friendlies against the USA and Trinidad and Tobago, but Joe Hart, Tom Huddlestone, Phil Jagielka and David Wheater all make the 31 man squad.
The crown is in Man Utd's hands as they battle to secure a second consecutive Premiership title this afternoon as they travel to the JJB Stadium to take on Wigan. Today is the first time in nine years that the title is decided on the final day, and Sir Alex knows that his experienced side must pull out all their resources to secure a victory.