Football: Chile date leaves Bosnich in lurch

MANCHESTER UNITED could lose Mark Bosnich for three Premiership matches in February because Australia want their goalkeeper for a friendly tournament in Chile.

Football: Injury could rule out Cole for Christmas

ANDY COLE may miss Manchester United's push for Premier League points over Christmas and the new year because of a painful rib injury.

Football: Platt profits as John turns saviour

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Football: Keane to stay at United for pounds 50,000 a week

ROY KEANE will sign a record new deal to stay at Manchester United that will leave last season's treble winners with a financial headache.

Football: Bosnich excels as United win world club title

WORLD CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP: Sir Alex Ferguson praises Australian goalkeeper as he repels Palmeiras threat and Keane delivers the decisive blow; Manchester United 1 Palmeiras 0

Football: Sir Alex takes wages cut and moves to Mayfair

Old Trafford aristocrats secure another monopoly. By Simon Turnbull

Football: Keane's class revitalises United

Sturm Graz 0 Manchester United 3: CHAMPIONS' LEAGUE: Inspirational captain returns after injury to guide the holders to victory over sorry Sturm

Football: United suffocate under Ardiles blanket

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Football: Missed a goal? Play it again

Alex Hayes test drives Sky's new interactive football vehicle

Me, my old trousers and the Queen

I've gone through life with women moaning about my clothes. For 20 years I didn't have a suit

Football: United not out of the Cup yet

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Gallipoli centenary: At dawn, the young remember the young who perished in one of the First World War's bloodiest battles

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