Neighbours battled it out at the other Old Trafford – and even George Best had a go
Rooney scored twice in the 4-2 victory over Bayer Leverkusen to make him just the fourth player to pass the double century mark
Moyes gives the frail United youngster his league debut 50 years after legend’s first game
The Scot hopes to mount challenge this weekend
The former England international's agent revealed his client had begun drinking again
Concerns are growing for former footballer Paul Gascoigne after he appeared unwell and shaking during a charity appearance.
'Unique' combination of Varndell and Wade thrills crowds with fleet-footed frolics
Because it is the obsession of the age, and also the scale of the historic achievement Bradley Wiggins yesterday carried down the Champs-Elysées, the question is maybe inevitable.
The Ireland hooker, Rory Best, reached for the balm of understatement when he described his team's opponents today, the All Blacks, as "a quality unit". The team named by New Zealand's new head coach, Steve Hansen, to play at Eden Park in Auckland includes seven men who played in last year's World Cup final. It also includes three debutants and some bloke called Dan Carter at No 10. The world's best fly-half, lest it be forgotten, was absent injured when his team-mates won the world title.
One foot in the real world – the other on my funny bone
George Best scored in '68 but United lost to City in that title duel. Denis Law back-heeled them down in '74. Ian Herbert savours the history
The Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has admitted he is not happy with his form despite closing in on his best-ever scoring return.
News International hopes to settle claims - but lawyer says more victims emerge every day
Maybe, just maybe, he is the like of which we have not seen since the unforgettable George Best
He might just break a trend and say there are things more valuable than the pay packet
The outspoken star, who died yesterday, played the game with style. By Tim Rich