Ian Whittell

David Moyes admits Man United needs fresh players

Following Man United's fourth home loss on Sunday, manager David Moyes says his club needs new players but admits it may not be possible buy some.

It’s game on for Man U, City premier league clash

Following Sunday's Everton draw, Sir Alex Ferguson says United's upcoming clash with Manchester City is the most important derby match of his career.

United’s Ferguson backs Young as a fair player

Manchester United's Alex Ferguson has defended his winger Ashley Young from accusations of cheating after their controversial win over Aston Villa.

Wenger eyes top-four finish despite latest draw

Arsene Wenger has insisted Arsenal can still finish in the top four of the Premier League and qualify for next season's Champions League.

Liverpool’s Champions League hopes take a knock

Liverpool's chances of securing a place in next season's Champions League took a downward turn on Saturday as Bolton defeated them 3-1.

Ferguson fumes after United flop

Sir Alex Ferguson has called on his under-performing Manchester United stars to give an immediate response to their shock 3-2 defeat.

Man United to learn from Barcelona mistakes

Alex Ferguson begins another campaign at Besiktas on Tuesday confident his team will not repeat the mistakes which lost last season's final.

Fergie cool on transfer talk

Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed Manchester United will not venture into the transfer market despite an injury to Rio Ferdinand.

Ferguson predicts Champions League classic

Alex Ferguson is predicting a classic Champions League final between Manchester United and Barcelona.

Ferguson eyes title as Reds turn screws on Chelsea

Alex Ferguson is confident his Manchester United squad will hold their nerve to close out the Premiership title battle after watching them edge closer to the finishing line with a clinical win over struggling Sheffield United. The United manager was unhappy with the challenge by Colin Kazim-Richards that sent Patrice Evra to hospital for a scan on a calf injury.

Liverpool distracted by dreams of Europe

Liverpool's thoughts appeared to be on their eagerly-anticipated Champions' League semifinal with Chelsea as they ground out a tedious goalless draw with Manchester City at Eastlands on Saturday. In front of the biggest crowd at this stadium this season, 45 883, City stretched their run of play without a goal to nine hours and 20 minutes at home.

Liverpool floor Fulham with late burst

A convincing 4-0 home victory for Liverpool against Fulham on Saturday maintained the club's recent Premiership improvement and featured Jamie Carragher's first league goal in nearly eight years. The Liverpool and England defender scored his team's second goal as they amassed three in 12 minutes early in the second half to kill off a dogged Fulham team.

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