Sport Sir Alex Ferguson’s presence at most United games has cast a shadow over David Moyes

The former manager has been a regular onlooker during David Moyes' difficult start to life at Old Trafford

Sir Alex Ferguson’s presence at most United games has cast a shadow over David Moyes

The possibility of Sir Alex Ferguson not watching Manchester United is 'pure, pure fantasy' says Carlos Queiroz

It has been suggested that the former manager's presence is making is difficult for David Moyes

Sir Alex Ferguson’s presence at most United games has cast a shadow over David Moyes

Sam Wallace: Sir Alex Ferguson looks to be haunting David Moyes at Old Trafford – so why does he do it?

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'Andros did great in a pressure game': Wayne Rooney hails Townsend's impressive England debut

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Wayne Rooney opens the scoring for England at Wembley

Kevin Garside: Failings all too familiar before England find fireworks against Montenegro

A wise Hodgson will stand back from the rhetoric of his preparation

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'It doesn't get much bigger than this': Wayne Rooney relishing World Cup qualifiers while targeting 100 England caps

The Manchester United striker insists playing for the national team is still a huge privilege that makes him proud

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Champions League: Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs set to break European record against Shakhtar Donetsk

Welshman will break all-time appearance record if he features on Wednesday

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Jose Mourinho 'broke down in tears' when he missed out on Manchester United job to David Moyes

The revelation comes in Spanish journalist Diego Torres' latest book Prepare to Lose: the Mourinho Era

Wayne Rooney could be a Manchester United god according to former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher

The Sky pundit claims Rooney needs to sign a new contract and ensure his name is mentioned in the same breath as Sir Bobby Charlton, George Best, Ryan Giggs and Eric Cantona

Wayne Rooney says there is no pecking order with his ‘great friend’ Robin van Persie

Wayne Rooney's return to form delights Manchester United team-mate Michael Carrick

The England striker scored twice in the Champions League this week

Wayne Rooney is delighted with his own form but wouldn't reveal if he is happy as a United player

Wayne Rooney thanks Manchester United fans - and promises: 'there are a few more goals to come from me yet'

The striker scored twice in the Champions League victory over Bayer Leverkusen

Wayne Rooney celebrates scoring against Bayer Leverkusen

Wayne Rooney enters exclusive club as he nets his 200th goal for Manchester United to join Sir Bobby Charlton, Dennis Law and Jack Rowley

Rooney scored twice in the 4-2 victory over Bayer Leverkusen to make him just the fourth player to pass the double century mark

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