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United attack Evra ban but avoid appeal

Manchester United were last night at loggerheads with the Football Association after the club described the four-match ban for Patrick Evra as "flawed", "extremely harsh" and "a very poor decision" but said that they would not appeal against the ruling. The unprecedented attack on the governing body came just as FA officials flew out to Japan where United are preparing for their first match in the Fifa Club World Cup.

Manchester United goalkeeper Kuszczak signs new deal

Manchester United backup goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak signed a two-year contract extension Monday that will keep him at the Premier League club until 2012.

Why Jena Malone won't play the Hollywood game

Jena Malone is only 23 but is already a Hollywood maverick, passing up obvious roles in favour of darker tests. She tells Lesley O'Toole why
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