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Manchester United's Rafael says the players must start taking responsibility for the club's poor form this season.
Rafael says that Manchester United fear nobody in the Champions League having progressed to the knock-out stages.
Rafael da Silva admits the Manchester United players are hurting from their slump in form in the Premier League.
Adam Bate wonders whether the return of Rafael will be vital for David Moyes and his style of play.
Manchester United flew out to Spain today without Danny Welbeck, Michael Carrick, Jonny Evans and Rafael.
Rafael has denied reports that he wants to leave Manchester United to return to Brazil to join Corinthians.
Fabio is prepared to fight brother Rafael for the right-back position at Manchester United.
Man United defender Rafael says he could be out for up to a month after injuring his hamstring in the Community Shield.
Manchester United defender Rafael has been stung by suggestions he is not interested in playing for Brazil.
Rafael hopes Manchester United can compete on multiple fronts in 2013/14, with the FA Cup considered to be a top target.
Manchester United full-back Fabio believes that brother, Rafael, deserved a Brazil call-up for England clash.
Wayne Rooney and Rafael are ready to boost Manchester United's options ahead of the derby clash with City on Monday.
Antonio Valencia believes Manchester United team-mate Rafael's improvement has been 'incredible' this season.
Rafael claims Ryan Giggs is so good it has become 'boring', with the Welshman still going strong at the age of 39.
Rafael feels the 2012/13 campaign has seen him produce his best form in five years as a Manchester United player.
Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that the time has gone when Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic could start every game.
Rafael believes Man Utd are well placed to advance to the Champions League quarter-finals after a draw at Real Madrid.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says Rafael will be tasked with keeping Cristiano Ronaldo quiet.
Rio Ferdinand hopes facing Man United for the first time since leaving will be too much for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Rafael has expressed his determination to remain as consistent as possible and help Man Utd claim some silverware.
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