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Sports Huth and Fellaini await FA decision over Man Utd - Leicester hair pulling incident

Manchester United midfielder Fellaini elbowed Huth after the Leicester defender pulled his hair in a goalmouth tussle missed by referee Michael Oliver. It is understood referee Oliver made no mention of Drinkwater's protests in his match report.
Express
03/05
1 Points
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Sports Man Utd News: Jose Mourinho update, defender exit, Van Gaal on 'sex masochism'

They did it several times I think.“Huth was the guy who grabbed the hair of Fellaini. It’s a reaction.“Every human being who is grabbed by the hair, only with sex masochism, then it is allowed but not in other situations.
Express
02/05
16 Points
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Sports Spotted: Relaxed-looking Fellaini enjoys dinner after another ‘elbow’ controversy

Fellaini appeared relaxed as he was seen heading for dinner at Manchester House with his brother and a friend. However, the Belgium international could soon be facing retrospective action from the FA after lashing out during Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Leicester City yesterday. The 28-year-old midfielder elbowed Huth after the Foxes man appeared to pull the Belgian star's hair.Click through the gallery above to see Fellaini out in Manchester after his latest on-field incident.
Express
02/05
3 Points
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Sports Van Gaal delivers bizarre reaction to incident as Man United push on after Leicester draw

Express
01/05
18 Points
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Sports Picture Special: Should Marouane Fellaini get banned for this elbow on Robert Huth?

Huth first appeared to make contact with Fellaini during a scuffle by pulling his hair but the Manchester United man retaliated by elbowing his opponent. Should Fellaini be punished for the elbow on Huth.
Express
01/05
6 Points
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Sports Man Utd's Marouane Fellaini ready for old side Everton in FA Cup despite 'strange' feeling

Fellaini was in the Everton team that beat Manchester United on penalties in the 2009 semi-final but Louis van Gaal’s team will be favourites to take revenge following the recent dismal run of Roberto Martinez’s side, culminating in their heavy defeat in the Merseyside derby in midweek.“I played against United that day and won, but that is in the past and I want to win again this time with United,” said the Belgium international.
Express
22/04
1 Points
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Sports Manchester United star Marouane Fellaini hopes to dump former club Everton out of FA Cup

Express
15/04
3 Points
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Sports Fellaini: Rashford's form key to Manchester United's season following FA Cup strike

when he was in the Everton team that won on penalties after a 0-0 stalemate."When I was at Everton eight years ago, we played the semi-final against United and we won, so this time I hope I am on the winning side again," he added."At a club like Manchester United, we have to win something. I think all the players want to do that this season.".
Express
14/04
5 Points
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Sports Man Utd burst West Ham's bubbles as Rashford and Fellaini book place in semi-final

But, on the closing night, they ran out of steam.WEST HAM (4-2-3-1): Randolph; Antonio, Tomkins, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Noble, Kouyate; Valencia (Moses 61), Lanzini (Emenike 73), Payet; Carroll. Booked: Carroll. Goal: Tomkins 79. MAN UNITED (4-2-3-1): De Gea; Fosu-Mensah, Smalling, Blind, Rojo; Fellaini, Carrick; Herrera (Schneiderlin 75), Lingard, Martial; Rashford. Booked: Carrick, Rojo. Goals: Rashford 54, Fellaini 67. Referee: R East (Wiltshire). .
Express
14/04
19 Points
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Sports Man Utd star teases Anthony Martial after FA Cup win over West Ham

Express
14/04
6 Points
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