Manchester United Confirm Cyber Attack On The Club By 'Organised Criminals'

Manchester United Confirm Being Hit By Cyber Attack

Manchester United have confirmed being hit by a cyber attack in a"sophisticated operation

Dimitar Berbatov is backing Manchester United to secure a 3-0 victory over West Brom at Old Trafford on Saturday night.

James made a blistering start to life in Manchester, scoring three goals in his first four Premier League appearances, impressing with his blistering pace in the final third and direct style of play.

Manchester United will host Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League on Tuesday evening before Solskjaer's side make the trip to Southampton next Sunday.

"I wouldn't say it's a release", James, 23, said about global duty with Wales.

One of the world's biggest football clubs, Manchester United, has confirmed it was the victim of a "cyber attack" on its IT system - although it was at pains to add that customer and fan information was safe, as the club was "not now aware of any breach of personal data".

Brown told Football Insider: "I think he'd be an addition, you know a Dan James playing well, as a game-changing player I would have said, that pace is unbelievable, isn't it?" I may not have played as much this season, but I am sticking in there and always in and around it.

'When I do play I give my all and I bought into everything that we wanted to do, and thankfully I got that goal and the assist.

"We've got options at full-back, so I'm not anxious about that", he explained.

But Moore headed home six minutes from time to ensure that Wales, who have not lost a competitive fixture since June 2019 - a record-breaking of run of 11 games - would finish top of Group B4. After qualifying for the Euros we wanted to achieve more.

"Luke was in very good form, he was, as all of us [were], getting momentum and getting better and better".

'Group A is where we want to be and we're really looking forward to that.

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