View From The Sofa: Gothenburg ’83, BBC Alba
United deployed a different starting formation in each of the three Champions League finals they played in the last six seasons
Leading scorer Steven Fletcher out for the rest of the season
Manchester United midfielder will play into his 40s
Wales striker Craig Bellamy has backed his former boss Gordon Strachan to lead Scotland on an international resurrection.
Neville Southall says time is running out for the Wales manager
Roy Hodgson's side move up to fourth
British No 1 insists the focus on his physique is misplaced despite his intense fitness regime
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".
Talking Football: Benitez did spend a lot on transfers, but he more or less matched Wenger in recouping his outlay
Wolves still hope to appoint Mick McCarthy's successor as manager by the weekend with Steve Bruce emerging as one of the favourites, Press Association Sport understands.
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Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson is closing in on Gordon Strachan's replacement with Tony Mowbray firmly in the frame.
Galatasary yesterday appointed Gheorghe Hagi as their new coach for a second spell at the Super Lig club. The former Romania international, who played for the club for five years and coached them between 2004 and 2005, replaces Frank Rijkaard, who left the club on Wednesday.
On Monday it will be 250 years since King George II died on the toilet. It is not what he would have wished to be remembered for a quarter of a millennium after his death, for he also spoke six languages, and was the last British monarch to lead his troops into battle. That was during the War of the Austrian Succession, at Dettingen in Bavaria in 1743, an eventful year for the king. A few months earlier he had been present at the inaugural London performance of Handel's Messiah.
Gordon Strachan's reign as Middlesbrough manager came to an end last night a few days short of a year since he replaced Gareth Southgate. Strachan won just 13 of the 46 games for which he was in charge despite his side being installed as pre-season favourites to win promotion back to the Premier League. Speculation over the former Celtic manager's future had been circulating for several weeks, and that grew yesterday when he cancelled his press conference ahead of tonight's match at Nottingham Forest, although the official reason was that he was ill.