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The midfielder came off injured in the Capital One Cup exit to Sunderland

Adnan Januzaj has not yet decided where his international future lies

Manchester United youngster Adnan Januzaj not ready to decide his international future, claims Belgium manager

18-year-old can play for Belgium, Albania and Turkey, while he could also qualify for England in 2016 on residency grounds

Richards: Two caps in five years

Manchester City defender Micah Richards vows he will not beg to play for England

The 25-year-old refused to be a standby player during Euro 2012

Marouane Fellaini has been ruled out for seven weeks after damaging ligaments in his wrist

Manchester United dealt injury blow after £27.5m transfer addition Marouane Fellaini ruled out for seven weeks

The midfielder damaged wrist ligaments forcing him to miss the 2-1 victory over Sunderland at the weekend

The hybrid boots

Exclusive: PFA calls for action over 'dangerous' hybrid boots that caused injury to Wayne Rooney

Chief executive, Gordon Taylor, wants Fifa safety checks over stud and blade combination that caused Wayne Rooney injury

Javier Hernandez scored the game's only goal

Manchester United 1 Liverpool 0: David Moyes claims much needed breathing space after Javier Hernandez strike

Mexican's winning goal against Liverpool - who welcomed back Luis Suarez - ends a difficult week for United manager on a positive note

Manchester United v Bayer Leverkusen: Shinji Kagawa in contention to play in Champions League meeting

The Japan international has hardly featured this season

Premier League: Wayne Rooney starts for Manchester United as David Moyes leaves £27.5m signing Marouane Fellaini on the bench

Rooney returns from the head injury he suffered over two weeks ago while there is no place among the substitutes for Shinji Kagawa

Roy Hodgson was disappointed that a former England captain, such as Gary Lineker, could be so critical

England boss Roy Hodgson accepts side did not attack as well as they could following Gary Lineker criticism

Hodgson also says he has 'no problem at all' with the former England striker after pair exchanged words regarding goalless draw in Ukraine

England defender Kyle Walker apologises for "hippy crack" photographs - but will not face disciplinary action for inhaling nitrous oxide on night out

Tottenham right-back was out in Sheffield and has promised not to do it again after learning of the health risks that come with taking the legal high

Hold-up man: Michael Carrick’s ball-retention skills may earn him the nod

Michael Carrick can be midfield key to England mastery

Roy Hodgson faces tricky choices for Tuesday's vital game against Ukraine

Theo Walcott said he now feels like one of England's oldest players

World Cup qualifiers: Arsenal forward Theo Walcott says he now feels he belongs in England set-up

Forward admits need for more England goals as Hodgson's striking options are reduced

Jack Wilshere leaves the field during the derby against Tottenham

Daniel Sturridge and Jack Wilshere miss England training ahead of crucial World Cup qualifiers

Roy Hodgson is preparing his squad for games against Moldova and Ukraine

David Moyes pleased with Manchester United performance despite defeat

Despite their defeat, Moyes was pleased with how his Manchester United players performed, believing they were so good that the club will not be affected should they fail to land anyone on deadline day.

Football round-up: Roy Hodgson hits back in Under-21 ruck with Stuart Pearce

Roy Hodgson has crossed swords with England's former Under-21 coach Stuart Pearce, who believes

Rio Ferdinand's testimonial ended in defeat for Manchester United against Sevilla

Manchester United 1 Sevilla 3 match report: Rio Ferdinand testimonial ends in defeat as David Moyes is off to a shaky start

Loss to Primera Division side means Moyes has won just two of his first seven games in charge ahead of Sunday's Community Shield clash with Wigan

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