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Adnan Januzaj celebrates scoring for Manchester United during their pre-season friendly against Kitchee FC

Kevin Garside: Forget Wayne Rooney, Adnan Januzaj has the class to be the first Moyes Babe

It might be that the England striker has peaked and that Sir Alex Ferguson recognised it

Manager David Moyes of Manchester United speaks to Assistant Manager Steve Round, Ryan Giggs and Coach Phil Neville

David Moyes opens up on his desire to learn that has taken him from Dunfermline to Manchester United

From sleeping in a hire car during the 1998 World Cup to observing Carlo Ancelotti at AC Milan's training ground, Moyes has been on a slow but steady rise to the top

Arouna Kone looks set to join up with his former coach Roberto Martinez at Everton
Phil Neville will return to his old club Manchester United as a coach this summer to join David Moyes' backroom staff

Phil Neville set for return to Manchester United among David Moyes' backroom staff

Neville played for Moyes for eight years at Everton

Gareth Bale, left, of Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal's goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, right

Kevin Garside: Final day coverage lifted by a penalty row, a cold sponge and a Gareth Bale screamer

The assumption Spurs would bury Sunderland was universally made

Andy Carroll

Andy Carroll set to be handed England recall for summer friendlies against Brazil and Republic of Ireland

It will be the first time the on-loan Liverpool striker has been involved since October

Television punditry has moved on, Hansen hasn't
Manchester United defender Jonny Evans

Jonny Evans wants to emulate Ryan Giggs trophy haul at Manchester United

The defender is not content with his three league titles

Manchester United's Scottish manager Alex Ferguson applauds as he arrives on the field (Andrew Yates/AFP/Getty Images)

Matt Butler: Looking for some Sir Alex Ferguson perspective... try Gaelic channel

View From The Sofa: Gothenburg ’83, BBC Alba

Wayne Rooney celebrates Manchester United's success with Alexander Buttner, and Tom Cleverley

Sir Alex Ferguson on Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney: 'We are not going to let him go'

Outgoing manager adamant that there is still a future for want-away striker Wayne Rooney after he confirms transfer request

Alan Pardew: 'You worry about every aspect of the team but no one will break my spirit'

Mike Ashley silent as Alan Pardew protests for his Newcastle players

Newcastle manager has not heard from owner since 6-0 defeat but denies split in squad

Matt Butler: East German revelations more than a tasty soundbite

View From The Sofa: Luis Suarez coverage, Sky Sports News / Record Fakers, Radio 5 Live
Manchester United celebrate after winning the Premier League

Manchester United's 20th Premier League title triumph gives Sir Alex Ferguson fresh impetus to carry on

Summer signing Van Persie crucial to success, says manager

Jag's Vauxhall Ampera gives excellent fuel economy and low emissions

Motoring: Everton's Phil Jagielka scores a nice little green number

What sort of tasteless motor would you expect a top footballer to be cruising around in? A camouflage Bentley Continental GT like Mario Balotelli maybe, or perhaps a gold-plated Cadillac Escalade like El-Hadji Diouf? One thing is certain; you wouldn’t expect a top-flight star to be seen dead pootling around in an ultra-low emissions Vauxhall Ampera electric car.

Mario Balotelli strips during City’s 6-1 win at United last season

Sir Alex Ferguson claims 6-1 defeat will motivate Manchester United

Manchester City visit Old Trafford tonight

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