We can win the treble!

We can win the treble! Hernandez targets repeat of 1999 glory after FA Cup rout. Javier Hernandez wants to party like it's 1999 - and emulate Manchester United's treble heroes. Hernandez put the gloss on United's 4-1 win over Fulham yesterday, scoring twice to take his tally for the campaign to 14. More importantly, it sealed a place in the FA Cup fifth round, and kept his side in with a chance of repeating the greatest season in Red Devils' history. 'We want to win all three. We want to win the treble,' said Hernandez.

Alex Ferguson asserts Manchester United's potential to lift treble

Can Manchester United win the Treble again?

Alex Ferguson has it on his mind. This is what he said yesterday:

"The way to look at it is that we've got great games coming up. It will be really exciting going to Madrid and having them here. There's the FA Cup tie at home to Fulham. It's a brilliant period for the club. This is exactly the situation you want to be in, involved in everything. FA Cup, league, European Cup. Absolutely brilliant. And we've got the squad to do it. If you go back to the year we won the treble we got a replay against Chelsea and won there 2-0. We got a replay against Arsenal. The FA Cup's the FA Cup. You expect the unexpected, but you also want to win it because its a great competition."

Patrice Evra also believes that Manchester United are good enough to win the Premier League, Champions League and the FA Cup this season.

"I'm really confident this year, because we've won against City, we've won against Chelsea, we've won against Arsenal, now we've beaten Liverpool twice. For our confidence, you couldn't get much better."

Manchester United v Liverpool

Manchester United 2 Liverpool 1. Old Trafford, Sunday Jan 13th, 2013.

Entertaining game, if of slightly lower quality than you'd hope for a Manchester United v Liverpool game. United were in charge of the first half but a Sturridge-led Liverpool were massively improved after the break. Let us collectively take our hats off for Brendand Rodgers for sorting his side out at half time. Let us also take off our hats for United hanging on to a precarious lead. And for their strikers, RVP and Welbeck, who were both great.

Ronaldo admits he 'still loves' Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo has given Manchester United hope that he could return by admitting he still 'loves' the club. The Real Madrid superstar also claimed he was saddened at the thought of playing his former club when the two teams meet in the last 16 of the Champions League - he will return to Old Trafford for the second leg on March 5th.

"I still have a great feeling of friendship and love for them, they are a team that have done a lot for my career. The fans know me well and I have a lot of friends there that I keep close to my heart. But now I'm defending Real Madrid's colours. It's a bit of a sad feeling I guess. But I want to score, and for us to win, and that would make everything better."