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

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<p>Andres Iniesta (Barcelona)</p>
<p>Not quite as improbable as it sounds. Iniesta’s contract expires in 2015 and negotiations on a new deal have stalled. David Moyes has castigated his midfield for their inability to pass and there are none better at that than the great Catalan.</p>

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Roy Keane and Sir Alex Ferguson together in more amiable times

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Alex Ferguson and Roy Keane celebrate winning the league in 2001

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Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye scores the winner at Old Trafford

Manchester United need immediate lift to take the crisis out of change and relieve pressure on David Moyes

United lost back-to-back home Premier League games for the first time since 2002

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David Moyes must at least ensure that Manchester United qualify for next season's Champions League

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