Here is your Manchester United morning digest on Sunday, January 24.

The Keane interview no one is allowed to see

Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane is infamous for being outspoken and showing his frustration live on air.

The ex-United captain, turned Sky Sports pundit, has often displayed his opinions and anger at his old team whilst on television.

One of Keane's first times as a pundit was back in October 2005 where he was on MUTV duty for United's 4-1 defeat to Middlesborough.

The Irishman's view on the game has since been deleted and taken off air.

Keane had already announced his plans to leave Old Trafford at the end of that season.

Read much more about the interview here.

Crouch opens up on Neville celebration

Peter Crouch has admitted Gary Neville's infamous celebration for Manchester United against Liverpool in 2006 had a real impact on his side's dressing room.

Neville ran the length of the Old Trafford pitch to celebrate in front of the traveling Liverpool supporters after Rio Ferdinand scored a late winner for United.

Crouch was playing for the visitors on that day in January 2006 and revealed how much of an impact it had on him and his team-mates.

Writing in his Daily Mail column, the former Liverpool striker detailed how he felt once his side were drawn against United in the FA Cup not long after: "In January 2006, we played United at Old Trafford.

"We controlled the game and had done enough to win but, in stoppage time, Rio Ferdinand left us shattered when he scored the only goal.

"Losing like that was sickening but what made it even harder to take was Gary Neville’s celebration, when he raced across the pitch to jump up and down in front of our fans.

"I had been substituted late on and from where I was on the bench, it felt like he was coming over to celebrate in front of me.

"That was third time in four matches Rafa Benitez had lost to United. When we were then drawn against them in the FA Cup, having won at Portsmouth, a few groans greeted the prospect of another meeting with them."

Manchester United beat Fulham 2-1 thanks to goals from Edinson Cavani and Paul Pogba.

Pogba once again turned in a high-class performance as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side reclaimed top spot in the Premier League. Now United turn their attention to another clash with rivals Liverpool, this time in the FA Cup fourth round.

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Read the full story here.

Inside story of Shaw's turnaround

Luke Shaw's form for Manchester United this season has been brilliant, but it's not always been so good for the left-back.

Shaw has previously been criticised for his lack of professionalism and desire to become a top defender, but there's been a serious turnaround in form.

The 25-year-old enjoyed perhaps his best performance of the season so far against Liverpool in the Premier League last weekend.

The ex-Southampton man had the tough task of man-marking Mohamed Salah but made it look easy as he restricted the Egyptian to precious little at Anfield.

However, Shaw's time at United hasn't always been so fantastic - with a frosty relationship with former manager Jose Mourinho.

Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, though, things are looking much brighter and as things stand, he is keeping summer signing Alex Telles out of the team.