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Solskjaer said he had not spoken to Sir Alex Ferguson since taking over at Cardiff City

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Sunderland are this weekend's opponents as United look to get back on track after a dreadful start to the season

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Shakhtar Donetsk 1 Manchester United 1 match report: David Moyes makes his point by going back to basics

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Sir Alex Ferguson’s forthcoming book should be a fascinating read

Claim that former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was approached by Chelsea in 2003 questioned by Ron Harris

The former Chelsea defender suspects the retired Manchester United manger may be trying to upset the apple cart

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Manchester United problems could be caused by David Moyes 'rotating too much' claims Shakhtar Donetsk manager

Ahead of Wednesday's Champions League meeting in Ukraine, the methods of the under-pressure United manager come into question

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Glazers ready to back David Moyes with major funds during the January transfer window to save season for Manchester United

United owners prepared to back under-pressure manager with major funding in January

A face-palm moment for David Moyes as Steve Clarke looks on

David Moyes haunted by shades of the Damned United

Scot's poor start echoes that of  Brian Clough’s tortuous Leeds spell

Red hot seat: Manager David Moyes watches his side losing 2-1 at home to West Bromwich Albion. United’s third League defeat of the season leaves them a lowly 12th in the table

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Manager bemoans another poor performance as his United side suffers second successive defeat

David Moyes still learning to handle size of Manchester United

Having secured his first victory over one of Manchester United’s major rivals, David Moyes admitted he is still coming to terms with the size of the club he has inherited.

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