Proud Butt expects reaction

Nicky Butt says he is immensely proud to be assisting Manchester United's temporary manager Ryan Giggs but expects all the players to react in a positive manner, starting against Norwich City on Satur...
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Klopp: No offer from United

Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp says he has not been approached by Manchester United to fill the managerial vacancy at Old Trafford following David Moyes' sacking earlier this week.
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United face no probe

Manchester United acted within stock market rules over the departure of David Moyes, Sky Sports News has learned.
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Buik: Money talked in the end

Financial expert David Buik believes Manchester United's decision to sack David Moyes was "80 per cent" about money and, although cruel, a necessary step to ensure the club's financial security.
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Harrison: Giggs has potential

Eric Harrison, the former Manchester United academy boss who brought through the infamous 'Class of '92', has said he always believed Ryan Giggs had the attributes to be a manager.
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No WC guarantee for Januzaj

Adnan Januzaj's agent insists that Belgium have not given any guarantees that the Manchester United midfielder will be going to the World Cup finals despite confirmation he has pledged his allegiance ...
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United urged to spend big

Manchester United's new manager must be given the funds to help bridge the gap to those competing at the top of the table, according to financial expert James Igoe.
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United: Scholes helping out

Manchester United have confirmed Paul Scholes is at the club's Carrington training ground assisting interim boss Ryan Giggs.
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Roy: Van Gaal wants United job

Bryan Roy believes Louis van Gaal wants to be the next manager of Manchester United, and that he would be a 'revelation' at Old Trafford.
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United axe Round and Lumsden

Manchester United have parted company with coaches Steve Round and Jimmy Lumsden following the sacking of David Moyes as manager, according to Sky sources.
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Guardiola plans Bayern stay

Pep Guardiola is among those being tipped to succeed David Moyes at Manchester United, but the Spaniard says he is planning long-term at Bayern Munich.
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