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The Red Devils just never seem to go away.
Love 'em or hate 'em, Manchester United is relevant once more in this year's edition of the Champions League.
Led by forwards Wayne Rooney and Shinji Kagawa, Manchester United was given a huge boost by the addition of Robin van Persie, another scoring threat, who joined the team in August.
The Club opened up the Champions League with a 1-0 win over Galatasaray. They take on the Romanian Club CFR Cluj today.
Even with the victory, Manager Sir Alex Ferguson is stressing the importance of today's match, telling Goal.com, "Cluj defend quickly and get plenty of bodies behind the ball. The main strength is counter-attack, as they showed against Braga."
With Rooney back in action after missing nearly a month due to a leg injury suffered against Fulham in August, the team is looking to make an impact early on in the tournament.
Many are interested to see if they can bounce back from a Premier League loss to Tottenham this past Saturday, and a match against CFR Cluj will provide an answer.
Either way, don't be surprised when the Red Devils find themselves in the knockout stages, looking to make some noise.