The former United captain has not been impressed by Chris Smalling
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Manchester United's midfield is at its weakest for years say some, but the problems in the middle of the park have been festering for a decade
The former manager is in the wings only to offer help says former striker Louis Saha
FAI seeking replacement for Italian
A back-room figure from Steve McClaren's difficult England reign, the psychologist tells Ian Herbert he is now battling to revive British basketball
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The Liverpool club, who mistakenly stood by Suarez last season when he was guilty of racial abuse, are right in this instance to feel outraged
Adkins and Davies are favourites for job as Scot blames differences with owners for hasty exit
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Azzurri haunted by 2004 exit but coach focuses on his 'most important ever match' with Ireland
You might have thought that ruling yourself out of the first two games of football's second-most important international tournament with a shocking flash of irresponsibility was quite enough to concentrate the mind of the nation's most gifted player.
Roy Keane once infamously described them as the "prawn sandwich brigade", and now some in the hospitality boxes at Manchester United are feeling the club's wrath, too. Action is being taken following complaints from other members about fans attending in clothes not adhering to the club's dress code.
Melbourne Victory have refused to comment on speculation linking Roy Keane with their vacant manager's position.
Aston Villa newcomer Michael Bradley admits he has taken inspiration from Roy Keane as he looks to bring the same all-action midfield style to the midlands club.
New Ipswich manager Paul Jewell will be among the spectators for Wednesday's Carling Cup semi-final with Arsenal before beginning his attempt to rebuild the shattered confidence at Portman Road.