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Michael Carrick Named Man Utd Club Captain  Michael Carrick has been confirmed as the new captain of Manchester United following Wayne Rooneys exit.  All-time top scorer and captain Rooneys return to boyhood club Everton after 13 years was confirmed on Sunday.  United boss Jose Mourinho has moved quickly to name a new skipper with long-serving midfielder Carrick handed the captains armband.  "It feels great and it is such a huge honour to captain such a great club" he told MUTV.  "It is my 12th year now and I came as a 25-year-old. I never thought I could be here for so long and achieve so much. "Now to lead the boys and look after the young boys to guide them in some ways it is a nice thing and a real pleasure.  "I came to this club as a footballer and I am now a huge fan. I have grown to love the club over the years and to be in this position is very special for me."  Carrick joined United from Tottenham in 2006 and his contribution was recognised in a testimonial last month. The 35-year-old is the longest serving player at Old Trafford following Rooneys exit although he looked set to leave the club last summer.  A change in management saw Carrick handed a one-year deal then a further contract extension this summer. "I will just be myself" he said of his style of captaincy.  "You cant change and it is wrong to come into the role and then suddenly change shouting and screaming at everyone telling them what to do. "I am not like that. I will speak when I need to speak but I am quite laid back and chilled out really. I will try to lead by example."
Manchester United look to exploit Liverpool wobble   London (AFP)  Jose Mourinhos resurgent Manchester United will attempt to reel in arch rivals Liverpool when Jurgen Klopps faltering side visit Old Trafford in Sundays Premier League headline clash.  United have won their last nine games in all competitions  their best run since an 11-match winning streak in early 2009  while Liverpool are still to win a game in 2017.  Mourinhos men needed an ultra-defensive performance to secure a 0-0 draw at Anfield when the teams last met in October but three months onhis team are now firing on all cylinders.  Because the results are better that changes a lot of things the United manager said.  You know at that time I had less time of working together with my players. Now I have a little bit more.  We know each other better we have a certain way of thinking football we have a certain way to play football.  We dont just have good performances we have also the happiness of the good results.  Uniteds trip to Anfield fell during a troubling sequence that saw them win just twice in 11 league outings.  But although they have sat in sixth place for over two months they are now just three points off a Champions League place and five points below second-place Liverpool.  A key factor in their revival has been the improved form of record signing Paul Pogba whohas seemed liberated since Michael Carrick was brought into the team to anchor the midfield.  The France midfielder has scored three goals and supplied three assists in his last 10 games and credits Mourinho with giving him the freedom to play his natural game.  He said You know how to play do what you want' Pogba told the BBC. He let me free on the pitch.  He told me just to enjoy myself. That is it. That is all I need to hear from the manager.   Coutinho comeback   Wayne Rooney would love to score the 250th goal he needs to surpass Bobby Charlton as Uniteds outright record scorer against Liverpool but having started the last two games he may drop to the bench.  Mourinho hopes to have 18-goal top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic back after he missed Tuesdays 2-0 League Cup semi-final first-leg win over Hull City through illness.  Marcos Rojo who missed that game with a muscle strain is also due to be assessed but fellow defender Eric Bailly is on Africa Cup of Nations duty with the Ivory Coast.  Liverpool established their credentials as leaders Chelseas closest rivals by beating Manchester City 1-0 on New Years Eve only to then be held to a 2-2 draw at struggling Sunderland.  They followed it up by drawing 0-0 against fourth-tier minnows Plymouth Argyle in the FA Cup and then losing 1-0 at Southampton in their own League Cup semi-final first leg.  Klopp conceded his side were fortunate not to have lost more heavily at St Marys but he is confident they will rise to the occasion on Sunday.  I hear it in your questions I hear it when I talk to different people he told his pre-game press conference.  Because of our last game it is like Oh my God and now it is Man United. But give me 11 players and we will be competitive.  I know how they (players) react to not-that-good performances. It is not about being confident before the game.  It is about getting confidence in the game with the right kind of movements right kind of defending.  They (United) are better more used to each other (than in October). They are more confident. It is a different side.  Klopp has been lifted by the return to fitness of Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho who returned from an ankle problem at Southampton.  Captain Jordan Henderson (heel) and centre-back Joel Matip (ankle) both of whom have been badly missed this month could also feature after returning to training.  The post Manchester United look to exploit Liverpool wobble appeared first on World Soccer Talk.  from World Soccer Talk http://ift.tt/2jgRyOE World Soccer Talk Read More---http://adf.ly/1chCGU