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Sir Alex Ferguson said he is enjoying watching Manchester United from the stands this season and suggested he would continue to do so despite critics urging him to stay away for the sake of the team.

Neil Warnock has said if a player he managed wanted to come out he would encourage him to go public

FA's Pro Licence course to give managers lessons in dealing with gay players

'Independent' columnist Neil Warnock said last year that he would encourage a player to go public

Manchester United manager David Moyes has claimed supporters understand the need to look at

David Moyes backed to turn things around at Manchester United by Craig Brown

United crashed out of the FA Cup at the weekend

Paolo Di Canio said that if players turned up with mobile phones, he would throw them in the sea

Sir Alex Ferguson, David Beckham, John W Henry, Paolo Di Canio, Mohamed al-Fayed, Arsene Wenger - the best quotes from the football world in 2013

All of the good, the mad and the highly embarrassing sayings this year

Clean strike: Ethan Ebanks-Landell volleys the winning goal for Wolves

Notts County 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 match report: County spirit gives latest manager hope

Wolves victory takes them top but Shaun Derry sees reasons for optimism with bottom team

Brian McDermott would still be in charge at Reading if it was up to the club’s chairman

Leeds United manager Brian McDermott distances himself from Republic of Ireland job

Former Reading manager was among favourites to replace Giovanni Trapattoni

Leeds United manager Neil Warnock has resigned

BT Sport releases further details of its new programmes and presenters ahead of the channel launch

Neil Warnock heads the list of new appointments that will bring all the coverage from its 'state of the art' studios

Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes admits mistakes at Queens Park Rangers and promises to make Stoke City 'more entertaining' with three-year deal as new manager

The former QPR, Fulham and Manchester City manager returns to the Premier League

Sheffield United manager Danny Wilson

Sheffield United: Danny Wilson cut by the Blades despite promotion challenge

Danny Wilson has left his job as manager of Sheffield United despite the team's position in the play-off places with five games of the League One season remaining. It appears he was forced out.

A view of Elland Road

Confusion at Leeds as owners GFH Capital seek investment

The Bahrain-based group only took over three months ago

‘If we don’t go up, I won’t be here,’ admitted Neil Warnock last night

Jason Pearce: Manchester City's players live in different world

While Manchester City's mega-rich stars were winning the Premier League last season, the Leeds defender Jason Pearce was scratching around for money while playing at financially stricken Portsmouth.

Stephen Warnock

Stephen Warnock joins Leeds from Aston Villa

Full-back had fallen out of favour at Villa Park

Luke Varney celebrates his goal which counted as Leeds' second
Luciano Becchio

Leeds striker Luciano Becchio hands in transfer request

Striker has been the subject of two bids

Birmingham City's Callum Reilly curls a shot at goal against Leeds

FA Cup replay: Birmingham v Leeds match preview

A look ahead to tonight's FA Cup Third Round replay at St Andrews

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