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

Leon Osman believes Steven Gerrard thoroughly deserves to join England's exclusive 100 club

Steven Gerrard deserves to join England's exclusive 100 club, says Leon Osman

Leon Osman believes Steven Gerrard thoroughly deserves to join England's exclusive 100 club.

Steven Gerrard to undergo precautionary scan on knee injury

Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard will undergo a precautionary scan on a knee injury this afternoon, the Football Association has confirmed.

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A look at some of the player’s finest moments for club and country

Spurs shatter United to ease pressure on manager

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Jimmy Tansey - Everton stalwart of the 1950s

As a tenacious, sharp-tackling, consistently competent full-back with Everton throughout most of the 1950s, Jimmy Tansey took his work extremely seriously.

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England no longer a national joke

Euro 2012 has seen a return to old values after years of chronic failure

Roy Hodgson speaks to the England players during training at Wembley

Chamberlain and Welbeck lead England’s young guns

Hodgson takes bold decision to start both against Belgium in front of Wembley full house

Anderson will not play again this season

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Manchester United midfield duo Anderson and Paul Pogba have been ruled out for the remainder of the season.

Sammy McIlroy said the Manchester United players were given confidence by their manager, Tommy Docherty

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World Cup winner Bobby Charlton

World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton undergoes surgery

Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton was today recovering from surgery after being taken ill during the Laureus Sports Awards.

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney sets a poor example to youngsters with his on-field behaviour

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Football cries out for inspirational leaders as players and managers alike combine to set a poor example

Bobby Charlton (right) listens to the England manager Alf Ramsey

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In films as diverse as Jane Eyre and Junkhearts, a new generation of British actors and actresses is about to give Dominic Cooper and Carey Mulligan a run for their money. Their hallmark? Versatility, says James Mottram, as he selects 10 talents to watch

Milestone for Keane on fine night for Ireland

FYR Macedonia 0 Republic of Ireland 2

Sir Bobby Charlton: 'I'm almost afraid to say that I'm really confident we'll win'

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