Skipper Nemanja Vidic believes the league triumph was thoroughly deserved for United.
Sir Alex is named Manager of the Year by his peers.
30-goal Robin van Persie isn't satisfied with the Premier League and Golden Boot.
Four Reds are in the frame for our final star man accolade of the season.
The manager is adamant that United's success will continue after he retires.
Michael explains why he feels retiring Reds legend Paul Scholes deserves more credit for his talent.
Sir Alex says Wayne Rooney's future is now in the hands of David Moyes.
Robin van Persie says compatriot Nigel De Jong was off the mark when saying Manchester isn't Red.
United's retiring boss receives Barclays Merit and Manager of the Season accolades.
The boss gives team news and explains why he's determined to beat West Brom before retiring.
Ronny Johnsen says he was lucky to play alongside retiring duo Paul Scholes and David Beckham.
Former United star David Beckham calls time on a glittering career.
Coach Roy Hodgson calls upon a quintet of players from the champions.
Rio Ferdinand says the boss gave him the responsibility to manage his fitness.
Robin van Persie scoops the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award after a stellar first season.
Sir Bobby Charlton believes Moyes is the right choice to replace Sir Alex.
Sir Alex tells MUTV about the interests he will pursue away from football.
Rio Ferdinand has explained why he has retired from international football.
Rio Ferdinand calls time on his England international career to concentrate on club football.
David Moyes has pledged to continue United's tradition of developing young talent.