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Race for Champions League descends into madness

Predicting who will qualify for Europe next season is now shamefully a fool’s errand

PSG power shows how far Man Utd have fallen

Barring an incredible comeback in Paris in three weeks' time, United will miss out on the Champions League quarter-finals for the fifth straight year

Special One turns sour as Mourinho’s dream job ends in sack

Jose Mourinho's last match in charge was the 3-1 defeat by league leaders Liverpool on Sunday

Arsenal’s 4-4 nightmare revisited

​A trip to Newcastle’s St James’s Park means more to Gooners than to most other sets of fans in the Premier League

Mourinho ‘very positive’ that Ferguson will recover

The former United manager needed ​emergency surgery last weekend after a fall at his home near Manchester

Sir Alex Ferguson undergoes emergency brain surgery

The 76-year-old retired as the most successful manager in British football when he called time on his Manchester United career five years ago

Moyes defends his Man United legacy

After only a year as manager, Moyes claimed that Man U's 27 wins in 2013-2014 were based on the pressure of a "changing of the guard".

Fàbregas admits his pizza hit Ferguson’s face

Confessions emerge from the infamous 2004 "Battle of the Buffet" between Arsenal and Manchester United

Five things that went wrong for Moyes at Manchester United

David Moyes has been fired as Manchester United's manager. What went wrong for the Scot after Alex Ferguson's succesful reign?

Man United’s Moyes faces the sack – reports

UK papers say Manchester United manager David Moyes could be fired less than a year after being hired on Alex Ferguson's personal recommendation.

Man United’s Moyes struggles with Ferguson’s dream team

Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson may still have much to do after the Red Devils crashed in the League Cup semis to Sunderland.

Beckham: Fergie was a tower of strength

David Beckham has hailed Alex Ferguson for helping get his career back on track after the infamous 1998 World Cup sending-off.

Ferguson autobiography addresses issues with Beckham

A decade after kicking a boot at David Beckham's head, Sir Alex Ferguson has used his autobiography to criticise the star's pre-occupation with fame.

Weekend 101: Egypt erupts

We commemorate the 34 miners killed in Marikana, look at violence that has exploded in Egypt, and seek some joy in the Premier League season.

Moyes is the real ‘special one’, says Neville

The special one is not bound for Stamford Bridge, according to Phil Neville; he has simply shifted along the M62.

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