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Five things that have gone wrong for Manchester City

Just a few weeks ago City seemed unstoppable as they started their title defence with a 15-game unbeaten run

Pogba takes aim at Mourinho’s negative tactics

The draw left United in seventh, eight points behind leaders Liverpool

​New Premier League era begins

Innovation and enterprise are key as the Wengers and Fergusons wither

The curse of the Pep in Yaya’s step

The Ivorian’s contentious comments offer pause for thought about his stifled career opportunities

Mourinho ‘very positive’ that Ferguson will recover

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

Football unites in support of Ferguson

Messages of support poured in for the legendary former Manchester United manager who was left fighting for his life following emergency surgery

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

Jose Mourinho lashes out at ‘critical’ Paul Scholes

Scholes singled out Paul Pogba, the club's record signing, after his anonymous performance in the weekend draw with Southampton.

Champions League absence takes financial toll on Man United

The 20-times champions are still struggling with what has been a dismal transition since Alex Ferguson retired in 2013, and total revenue has fallen.

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