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

Lee James, left, and his victimBijan Ebrahimi

A death foretold: Vigilante Lee James’ warning to police days before he murdered disabled man Bijan Ebrahimi after he was wrongly outed as paedophile

As witch-hunt escalated, James had warned police that he would take the law into his own hands – but officers only read victim’s ‘I don’t feel safe’ email after his death

Ryan Giggs has been praised for his Manchester United career by former team-mate Gary Pallister

Ryan Giggs admits Arsenal deserve to be top of the Premier League, but claims history shows Manchester United can still win the title

United threw away two points at the weekend when they conceded late against Cardiff

Ryan Giggs has been praised for his Manchester United career by former team-mate Gary Pallister

Former Manchester United defender Gary Pallister reflects on 'terrific' career of Ryan Giggs

Pallister jokes that it's time Giggs retired but remembers the first time he saw the midfielder play as a 15-year-old in United's youth team

New head coach Rene Meulensteen (left) with fellow Dutchman Martin Jol at Fulham's training ground

Martin Jol remaining confident despite Fulham struggles

Fulham fell to a fifth successive defeat on Saturday despite the much-publicised arrival of Rene Meulensteen as head coach - an appointment under-fire boss Martin Jol believes will soon pay dividends.

Wayne Rooney has refuted suggestions about his fitness

Cardiff City v Manchester United: Sir Alex Ferguson's wrong about me, insists Wayne Rooney

Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney has dismissed suggestions that his good form this season is down to improved fitness, insisting he was just as fit last season.

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea can be the best in the world according to his coach Chris Woods

David de Gea hits out at criticism, admitting it was 'a lot to take' at the start of his Manchester United career

The Spaniard has since put an end to the doubts over his ability

The Policing Minister, Damien Green, has been told numbers of banning orders have fallen

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Fewer officers mean banning orders are harder to enforce

Sir Alex Ferguson autobiography: Ryan Giggs? Jaap Stam? Wayne Rooney? Roy Keane? The best of the 45 inaccuracies

Multiple errors found by eagle-eye readers in the best-selling book

Sir Alex Ferguson at the launch of his autobiography

Sir Alex Ferguson autobiography: Jaap Stam to Roma? 45 factual inaccuracies lead to publishers offering one customer a refund

Errors include Ryan Giggs' age when he made his United debut, and who Stam was sold to

New head coach Rene Meulensteen (left) with fellow Dutchman Martin Jol at Fulham's training ground

New Fulham head coach Rene Meulensteen one of the 'best in the world', says chief executive Alistair Mackintosh

Meulensteen will work alongside under-pressure manager Martin Jol

New head coach Rene Meulensteen (left) with fellow Dutchman Martin Jol at Fulham's training ground

Rene Meulensteen appointed Fulham head coach: From cruise liner to a sinking ship, but former Manchester United assistant cannot lose in new role

Former Manchester United No 2 brought in to work with struggling manager Martin Jol

Rene Meulensteen and Martin Jol

Rene Meulensteen joins Fulham - to work alongside Martin Jol, rather than replace him

The Dutchman had been linked with the vacancy at Crystal Palace

A view of Old Trafford

Manchester United watch partner promises 'exciting' addition to Old Trafford

Bulova are replacing Hublot, who erected a distinctive Tower in the Old Trafford car park

Chris Smalling

Chris Smalling claims Manchester United will be 'really flying' in the new year

The Reds appear to have turned a corner following their sluggish start to the campaign

Robin van Persie celebrates the only goal of the game against his former team

Sir Bobby Charlton backs Manchester United in Premier League title race

Victory over Arsenal took United up to fifth in the league table

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