16.	Ryan Giggs - £34.5m

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson calls Ryan Giggs 'an exceptional human being'

The midfielder will play into his 40s

Robert Snodgrass in action for Scotland against Wales

World Cup qualifiers: Serbia v Scotland match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s game in Novi Sad

Down and out? Gareth Bale is in a race to recover from Friday’s injury

Fitness doubts still hang over Bale and Fletcher

There were losers all round yesterday in the aftermath of the British derby World Cup qualifier in the snow globe scene of Hampden Park on Friday night. In the wake of a 2-1 comeback victory achieved with the quick one-two of an Aaron Ramsey penalty and a Hal Robson-Kanu header 20 minutes from time, Wales manager Chris Coleman was left to count the loss of the treasured Gareth Bale to injury and the influential Ramsey to a red card to be accounted for ahead of Tuesday's crucial Group A contest with Croatia at the Liberty Stadium.

Bellamy believes that given time, Strachan can rebuild Scotland's shattered international reputation

Craig Bellamy backs Gordon Strachan to lead Scotland to international resurrection

Wales striker Craig Bellamy has backed his former boss Gordon Strachan to lead Scotland on an international resurrection.

Chris Coleman

Defeat against Scotland could be 'nail in the coffin' for Wales boss Chris Coleman

Neville Southall says time is running out for the Wales manager

Frank Lampard celebrates England's winner against Brazil

England enjoy rise in Fifa world rankings following victory over Brazil last week

Roy Hodgson's side move up to fourth

The sporting week ahead (03/02/13)

Today

Andy Murray reacts to a decision in his match with Joao Sousa

Muscular Andy Murray tells Australian media: I'm not too big for my shirt

British No 1 insists the focus on his physique is misplaced despite his intense fitness regime

Messi makes us smile while Suarez shows us the game's ugly new face

On the night Lionel Messi reminded us that uncommon grace can still occasionally walk easily alongside the highest achievement, Luis Suarez was still locked away from the kind of uncomplicated acclaim that once again bathed football's fabulous Little Big Man in Zurich.

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You can chant too early. Four days before this game, United blew a 2-0 lead over Galatasary to go out of the European Cup. 'Two-nil up and (erm) chuffed it up' rang around the ground while Niall Quinn put City at a similar advantage. Only to chuff it up themselves as second half goals from Cantona (pictured) and Roy Keane gave United a last minute win, while City were having the chants thrown right back at them.

The man whose phone call led to Eric Cantona joining Manchester United would do it again

The man who made the fateful phone call that resulted in Eric Cantona joining Manchester United insists he would do exactly the same again.

Berti Vogts had a cold relationship with the fans when he was Scotland manager

Vogts: Scotland is full of poor players

The former Scotland manager Alex McLeish believes there are numerous strong candidates to succeed Craig Levein, including caretaker Billy Stark. But Berti Vogts, who was in charge of the Scotland team for two years ending in 2004, believes whoever gets the job will be stymied by "poor players".

Graeme Souness not interested in Scotland job

Graeme Souness has hailed Joe Jordan as the “perfect” candidate to become Scotland's next manager.

No surprises in Scotland squad

Interim Scotland manager Billy Stark has named a familiar squad for next week's friendly against Luxembourg with no surprise inclusions.

Former Scotland manager Craig Levein

Craig Levein: The worst Scotland manager ever?

It was announced yesterday evening that Craig Levein had been axed as coach of the Scotland national team. An explanatory statement from the SFA claimed that they had made the decision "…primarily due to the disappointing results".

Jack Pitt-Brooke: Just when it needed to run the ball into the corner, Five scores an own goal

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