Forget the big match: As Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho have proved, sometimes an old-fashioned power struggle is better
Sometimes conflict is healthy, keeping people motivated and proving they care. Sometimes it can be ridiculous.
Strong finishers? History says Manchester United can be overhauled by City in the Premier League title race
Roberto Mancini says if Manchester United beat QPR this weekend then the Premier League title race is over.
There is no doubt that Fulham should have been awarded a penalty against Manchester United last night, but are teams less likely to be awarded a spot-kick at Old Trafford?
Some lively debate has been doing the rounds on Twitter this week after Warnock was sacked by QPR, with Hughes immediately lined-up to replace him, but the above question is one that few seem to have asked or addressed in any great detail.
Of the five other teams starting with at least five wins, three of the five failed to go on and win the title.
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The meaning of these awards is losing significance as quickly as they are being handed out.
As we approach the Manchester United v Barcelona European Champions League final at Wembley on Saturday I have changed my mind. Hope that is ok. I thought Barca would win, could not at the time of knowing the finalists see another result. Well form, injuries and so on change. So Sir Alex and his squad [...]
Can you work out the six managers whose features make up the face of the ‘perfect manager’?
Is it possible to write a sentence about the FA Cup without featuring the word ‘romance’ in it?
What does ‘romance of the cup’ even mean? Are clubs taking the FA Cup out on a date? Will it be telling its friends about the thoughtful things they’ve done for it?
The FA Cup is like a needy [...]
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