Under Moyes United slipped down most rankings, but off the pitch the club is booming
Gunners linked to South American striker and defender, but could miss out on Ipswich prospect Mings
Problems with rodents reported at the Theatre of Dreams with creatures spotted in staff offices
Liverpool can only come away with a draw despite 20 efforts on goal in first leg of semi-final
Italian media say United want former trainee back at Old Trafford as Arsenal land teen and hunt defender
If Coquelin and Cazorla are the future, Arsene Wenger must decide how to handle his big names
Belgian's decision to take vital spot kick was a 'despicable breach of team orders'
Ancelotti is keen on Juventus star Pogba, as Man City midfielder Milner moves closer to Emirates exit
London clubs dominate this week's selection with eight of the XI coming from capital clubs
Critics run the rule over Sky's much-hyped new recruit as Thierry Henry makes a 'flirtatious' first appearance on Sky
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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