Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder.

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Louis van Gaal is the current favourite to take the Manchester United hotseat

David Moyes sacked comment: What would 'King' Louis van Gaal reign at Old Trafford be like?

Experienced Dutchman if the current favourite for the vacant post

Manchester United manager David Moyes looks on during his side's defeat to Everton

David Moyes sacked: What next for the former Manchester United manager - Newcastle or Aston Villa perhaps?

Moyes will return, but the biggest jobs may now be beyond him

David Moyes looks for answers during Manchester United's 2-0 loss at Everton on Sunday

David Moyes sacked: Five crushing lows for the Manchester United manager this season

As United owners finally lose patience, what were his worst defeats?

David Moyes signs Marouane Fellaini in September last year

David Moyes sacked: How his time at Manchester United went so very, very sour

With United seemingly in crisis, Glenn Moore charts the twists and turns that have seen their manager’s reputation unravel horribly in less than a year in the job

Alastair Cook, left, with Ashley Giles

Alastair Cook: Players didn’t let Ashley Giles down over head coach role

Alastair Cook, England’s captain, has absolved his fellow players of blame for Ashley Giles’ failure to become the new head coach. Giles was overlooked in favour of Peter Moores, having originally seemed favourite when Andy Flower quit in the wake of the winter’s 5-0 Ashes whitewash.

England Cricket captain Alastair attends a press conference at Lords cricket ground

Alastair Cook interview: England captain happy with clean breaks at work and fresh nappies at home

The England captain has endured a hellish spell in charge - but is now looking forward

Peter Moores has been re-appointed as England head coach

'I learned from my mistakes,' says Peter Moores after returning to England head coach role

England coach returns and says this time he will let players be themselves, he tells Glenn Moore

Kevin Pietersen gestures whilst fielding during the third day of the first international Test cricket match between England and South Africa at the Oval last year

If there was any doubt over a Kevin Pietersen comeback, Paul Downton makes it unequivocally clear that Peter Moores' appointment ends batsman's career

The ECB managing director reiterated that there is no possibility of a recall for the exiled batsman, who famously fell out with Moores during his first spell in charge

Kop that: Gérard Houllier says the proximity of the Hillsborough anniversary will inspire team and crowd and help Liverpool to their first title since 1990

Gérard Houllier: Raw emotion will power Liverpool to the title

The Frenchman came closest to bringing the crown back to Anfield. Ahead of the pivotal showdown with Manchester City, he tells Glenn Moore why the current side can win it

Ordinarily Pellegrini would like to ease Aguero back into action after a month out, but this may not be an option

Day In a Page

Migrants in Britain a decade on: The Poles who brought prosperity

Migrants in Britain a decade on

The Poles who brought prosperity
Philippe Legrain: 'The eurozone crisis has tipped many into disillusionment, despair and extremism - we need a European Spring'

Philippe Legrain: 'We need a European Spring'

The eurozone crisis has tipped many into disillusionment, despair and extremism - this radically altered landscape calls for a new kind of politics, argues the economist
A History of the First World War in 100 moments: A moment of glory on the Western Front for the soldiers of the Raj

A History of the First World War in 100 moments

A moment of glory on the Western Front for the soldiers of the Raj
Judith Owen reveals how husband Harry Shearer - star of This Is Spinal Tap and The Simpsons - helped her music flourish

Judith Owen: 'How my husband helped my music flourish'

Her mother's suicide and father's cancer also informed the singer-songwriter's new album, says Pierre Perrone
The online lifeline: How a housing association's remarkable educational initiative gave hope to tenant battling long-term illness and depression

Online lifeline: Housing association's educational initiative

South Yorkshire Housing Association's free training courses gave hope to tenant battling long-term illness and depression
Face-recognition software: Is this the end of anonymity for all of us?

Face-recognition software: The end of anonymity?

The software is already used for military surveillance, by police to identify suspects - and on Facebook
Train Kick Selfie Guy is set to scoop up to $250,000 thanks to his viral video - so how can you cash in on your candid moments?

Viral videos: Cashing in on candid moments

Train Kick Selfie Guy Jared Frank could receive anything between $30,000 to $250,000 for his misfortune - and that's just his cut of advertising revenue from being viewed on YouTube
The world's fastest elevators - 20 metres per second - are coming soon to China

World's fastest elevators coming soon to China

Whatever next? Simon Usborne finds out from Britain's highest authority on the subject
Cityfathers tackles long-hours culture that causes men to miss out on seeing their children

Cityfathers tackles long-hours culture

The organisation is the brainchild of Louisa Symington-Mills, a chief operating officer who set up Citymothers in 2012 - a group that now boasts more than 3,000 members
Ian Herbert: Manchester United broken so badly they need a big personality to carry out overhaul

United broken so badly they need a big personality to carry out overhaul

The size of the rebuild needed at Old Trafford is a task way beyond Ryan Giggs, says Ian Herbert
Mark Schwarzer: Chelsea keeper aims to seize unlikely final chance

Mark Schwarzer: Chelsea keeper aims to seize unlikely final chance

The 41-year-old calmed his nerves to perform a classic 'Superman act' when he replaced Petr Cech in Madrid. One clean sheet later, he is now determined to become a club hero
Brits who migrate to Costa del Sol more unhappy than those who stay at home

It's not always fun in the sun: Moving abroad does not guarantee happiness

Brits who migrate to Costa del Sol more unhappy than those who stay at home
Migrants in Britain a decade on: They came, they worked, they stayed in Lincolnshire

Migrants in Britain a decade on

They came, they worked, they stayed in Lincolnshire
Chris Addison on swapping politics for pillow talk

Chris Addison on swapping politics for pillow talk

The 'Thick of It' favourite thinks the romcom is an 'awful genre'. So why is he happy with a starring role in Sky Living's new Lake District-set series 'Trying Again'?