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

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

Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil lacked his usual sureness of touch on the ball in the defeat at Old Trafford on Sunday

Manchester United 1 Arsenal 0 comment: David Moyes' decision not to sign Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid justified by German's invisible show at Old Trafford

In the end, there was a dreadful familiarity about all of this for Arsenal. The Ryan Giggs “running down the wing”’ song.

Robin van Persie and Arsene Wenger

Manchester United v Arsenal: Arsene Wenger still can't adjust to seeing Robin van Persie playing against the Gunners

The Dutchman moved to Old Trafford last summer after eight years with the Gunners but Wenger admits he is still 'an Arsenal man' to him

Shaun Derry was sent off after falling victim to Ashley Young’s tumble at Old Trafford last April

Comment: Ashley Young has fallen so low at United there may be no way back

The feeling grows the winger will join Anderson in David Moyes' first clear-out at Old Trafford

Sir Alex Ferguson's autobiography destroys opposition to top the book charts

The former Manchester United boss is enjoying record-breaking book sales

It is not the first time that Young has been criticised for his theatrics

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 5 November 2013

Concussed players should by law be taken off, says PFA

The Sport Matrix: Monday 4 November 2013

Mackay lavishes praise on Caulker as Cardiff triumph

The Sport Matrix: Friday 1 November 2013

Lancaster calls for England to impress in ‘defining year’

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 31 October 2013

Uefa criticised as CSKA sanctioned for racial abuse

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 30 October 2013

Chelsea cruise as Mourinho beats Wenger yet again

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 29 October 2013

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The Sport Matrix: Monday 28 October 2013

Pellegrini upset as Jose celebrates Torres’ late winner

The Sport Matrix: Friday 25 October 2013

Touré team-mate says City player is ‘exaggerating’

1986/87
Alex Ferguson was appointed Manchester United manager on 6 November 1986 and lost his first game in charge against underdogs Oxford United. United would only manage one away win in the whole season. Having been 21st and second from bottom when he took over, he guided them to an 11th place finish at the end of the campaign.

Indyplus gallery: Season-by-season through Ferguson's time in charge at Old Trafford

Sir Alex Ferguson is brutal on Roy Keane, careful about Wayne Rooney, respectful about Arsène Wenger, admiring of Jose Mourinho, critical of Rafael Benitez and largely silent on Rock of Gibraltar in his new autobiography.

1986/87
Alex Ferguson was appointed Manchester United manager on 6 November 1986 and lost his first game in charge against underdogs Oxford United. United would only manage one away win in the whole season. Having been 21st and second from bottom when he took over, he guided them to an 11th place finish at the end of the campaign.

Sir Alex Ferguson's autobiography: 27 years in charge of Manchester United - season-by-season in pictures

Sir Alex Ferguson is brutal on Roy Keane, careful about Wayne Rooney, respectful about Arsène Wenger, admiring of Jose Mourinho, critical of Rafael Benitez and largely silent on Rock of Gibraltar in his new autobiography.

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