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Manchester United’s confidence-sapping tumble has long roots

David Moyes will receive the majority of the criticism for a run of form that extinguishes Manchester United’s title ambitions before the equinox and leaves the confidence of their fans and players in tatters. While the new manager is performing badly, the blame cannot be laid solely at his door. Those in the directors’ box […]

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David Gill to Step Down as United Chief

Manchester United chief executive David Gill will step down from his position with the Premier League leaders at the end of June. Gill, who will remain on the United board, has been chief executive for a decade and has given United 16 years of service since his arrival as finance director in 1997.  The 55-year-old, […]

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Has Sir Alex hung up the hairdryer?

  Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed for the first time the secrets of how he became the most successful manager in British football history. The Manchester United manager opened up and provided a fascinating insight into his 26-year career at Old Trafford. Ferguson, who will be 71 on New Year’s Eve, collaborated with academics at […]

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Succession plans at Old Trafford

It is something most United fans would rather not discuss or ignore when asked.  Since November 1986, there have been few occasions that anyone would ever have to consider a need to replace Sir Alex Ferguson.  His run at United has made him the UK’s most successful manager and amongst the best in world and after their Treble season […]

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