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Sir Alex Ferguson said he is enjoying watching Manchester United from the stands this season and suggested he would continue to do so despite critics urging him to stay away for the sake of the team.

David Moyes shows his frustration on another difficult night for the United manager

Comment: Manchester United's fragility and despair was apparent after a minute of Capital One Cup defeat to Sunderland

David Moyes saw his side lost the first leg of the semi-final 2-1

Steven Gerrard (left) and Frank Lampard share a joke during training

Comment: Time for the tandem act of Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard to come to an end for England

The duplication of their midfield roles makes England look one-paced

Christian O'Connell

Edinburgh 2013: Christian O'Connell: This is 13 - Absolute Radio DJ makes a solid stand-up debut

The Absolute Radio DJ Christan O'Connell is the latest public figure to try his hand at stand-up. He does so with some previous experience and his innate abilities make for a solid hour debut.

Phil Neville alongside David Moyes

Terry Venables was brilliant. Kevin Keegan believed in me... and Sven Goran Eriksson never shouted: Phil Neville lifts the lid on the managers he played for

Retiring Everton man on those that guided his career - and what he learned from Sir Alex Ferguson and David Moyes

JLS to perform at charity football match between Manchester United and Real Madrid

Chart-topping boy band JLS will be the headline act at the opening ceremony of a charity football match between Manchester United and Real Madrid legends.

Roy Keane stamps on Gareth Southgate

Manchester United v Real Madrid: Is this why Gareth Southgate is afraid of Roy Keane?

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane was outspoken during ITV's coverage of last night's Champions League tie

Alex Ferguson watches over Manchester United training

Alex Ferguson refuses to be drawn in by Roberto Mancini comments

Manchester United lead City by 12 points in the Premier League

West Brom manager Steve Clarke

Zoltan Gera pinpoints Steve Clarke's 'trust' in players for West Brom success

The Baggies have enjoyed a better than expected season

England and Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere

Jack Wilshere must improve says Bryan Robson

Arsenal midfielder put in a man-of-the-match performance against Brazil

Jones has been hampered by a summer back injury

Phil Jones to make long-awaited seasonal bow for Manchester United against Galatasaray

Jones has been hampered by a summer back injury

The night all hell broke loose on United's European adventure

In 1993 their first Champions League campaign saw a notorious trip to Galatasaray. Tonight, writes Tim Rich, the club return...
Terry Venables during his role as Steve McClaren's No 2 in 2007

Venables: hurry up and pick manager

Former England manager Terry Venables warned yesterday that the Football Association cannot afford to waste time in appointing Fabio Capello's successor and predicted that if the new man is English he would not be paid the £6m a year the Italian earned.

Terry Venables during his role as Steve McClaren's No 2 in 2007

Venables tells FA: hurry up and pick a manager

Next England coach needs time to settle in job – but won't pick up millions like Capello

Bryan Robson reviewing legal options following undercover investigation

Bryan Robson has confirmed he is taking legal advice over the Channel 4 Dispatches programme in which he is alleged to have offered Thailand businessmen advice about getting around strict rules on football ownership.

Robson steps down as Thailand coach

Bryan Robson has resigned as Thailand's national coach, the country's football association president has said.

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