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The Spaniard has not gone on pre-season tour with the squad

73,000 watched Swansea upset Manchester United

FA Cup third round attendance highest for 34 years

Over half a million fans watched games over the weekend

Sir Alex Ferguson observes from the stands as Manchester United play Bayer Leverkusen at the BayArena

Manchester United manager David Moyes is under unnecessary pressure due to the presence of Sir Alex Ferguson, claims Neil Warnock

Warnock believes that Ferguson isn't helping by observing his successor from such close quarters

Manchester United manager David Moyes walks off the pitch dejected after the final whistle

Transfer news: Manchester United need to break the bank now to salvage their season, says former goalkeeper Mark Bosnich

Failed bids in the summer has left David Moyes with a below-par squad according to the Australian

Family affair: Tom Ince's father, Paul, also played abroad with Inter Milan

Transfer news: Monaco plot shock bid for £8m rated Blackpool winger Tom Ince - reports

French giants plan raid on Blackpool ace Tom Ince as his contract runs down

David Moyes appears dejected with he defeat to Swansea in the FA Cup third round

Transfer news: Manchester United targets 'are probably not available' admits David Moyes

Moyes was dealt another blow in the FA Cup elimination at the hands of Swansea but has played down talk of transfers despite calls from supporters to strengthen club

Michael Laudrup and David Moyes had mixed emotions after Swansea knocked Manchester United out of the FA Cup via a 2-1 victory

Manchester United v Swansea: Michael Laudrup hoping immediate Old Trafford rematch will spur on his side to repeat victory

Laudrup feels that a match against lesser opponents would see his side under-perform after FA Cup heroics

The Sport Matrix: Monday 6 January 2014

Cook ‘desperate’ to lead the rebuilding of England side

Alan Pardew's Newcastle suffered a 2-1 defeat by Cardiff in the FA Cup third round
Wilfried Bony celebrates his late header at Old Trafford
Moyes admitted to trying to sign the veteran Roma midfielder, Daniele de Rossi over the summer

I need to win a trophy soon, says Manchester United manager David Moyes

As Manchester United prepare to launch their assault on both domestic cups, David Moyes admits he desperately needs to win a trophy.

Manchester United manager David Moyes has confirmed that Wayne Rooney will miss the FA Cup tie with Swansea

Manchester United v Swansea: Wayne Rooney ruled out of FA Cup third round tie with Swans

England striker has been struggling with a groin injury and David Moyes has confirmed that he will not feature in Sunday's encounter at Old Trafford

Sam Allardyce has 14 players available to him tomorrow

Sam Allardyce’s hard-luck stories are wearing as thin as West Ham's defence

Sam Allardyce has long seen himself as one of football’s innovators, a groundbreaker at Bolton and now pushing the boundaries at West Ham. The man who dabbled with sending out a striker-less side in the first part of the season began the New Year by ushering an XI out of the away dressing room at Craven Cottage on Wednesday without a single centre-half.

Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling

Transfer news: Raheem Sterling linked with loan move to Swansea if Liverpool complete swoop for Mohamed Salah

Sterling was linked with Swansea, although their chairman says the arrival of Thomas Ince is more likely

Manchester United manager David Moyes ahead of the Premier League clash with Tottenham

FA Cup: Manchester United v Swansea match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's FA Cup third round fixture at Old Trafford

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is presented as the new manager of Cardiff City

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sets Cardiff City task of finishing above Swansea in the Premier League

Solskjaer has wasted little time in trying to win the support of the Cardiff fans as he sets his sights on their south Wales rivals

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WORLD CUPOPINIONA keeper with no histrionics, defenders who can defend and forwards who are clever running off the ball
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OPINIONAlan Hansen will make one last appearance on Match of the Day after 22 years
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PREMIER LEAGUEImage of the Manchester United without his long locks has gone viral
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COMMENTThey were silent and sad, but no one was crying, writes Alex Bellos in Rio de Janeiro
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Fans burn a Neymar shirt on the streets of Brazil following the 7-1 defeat to Germany
REACTION He wasn't even playing!
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PLAYER RATINGSAnd who was the worst of the lot for Brazil?
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REACTIONOne newspaper didn't even bother to write a headline
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ANALYSISHas any team been so humiliated as Brazil are right now?

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