8 hrs ago
Premier League team of the season
Premier League fans have been treated to dazzling displays from some of the world's best players over the last nine months.
13 hrs ago
David Moyes to tell Wayne Rooney his future lies at Manchester United
David Moyes is minded to keep Wayne Rooney at Manchester United and the new manager is hopeful he can convince the striker that his long-term future remains at the club.
Mon May 20, 2013
Fergie a " master of the past, present, future
Therein lies the secret to his phenomenal managerial success at Manchester United which came to a close in retirement after more than 26 years following a remarkable 5-5 draw against West Brom in his 1,500th game in charge yesterday.
Arsenal wins race for fourth, Fergie bows out
Arsenal won the race for fourth place in the Premier League with a 1-0 victory at Newcastle, while Alex Ferguson's extraordinary career ended in remarkable fashion as Manchester United drew 5-5 at West Bromwich Albion on Monday morning.
Sun May 19, 2013
Fergie's landmark games
Today marked the end of an era for English football as Alex Ferguson took charge of Manchester United for the 1500th and final time.
Ferguson's managerial career ends with 5-5 draw
But there was one final landmark for the 71-year-old Scot at West Bromwich Albion - the first 5-5 draw in the Premier League.
Ferguson's managerial career ends with 5-5 draw
After 1,500 matches in charge of Manchester United, Alex Ferguson was denied a final victory Sunday to cap the most successful managerial career in British soccer history.
3pm's football funnies: Is there no end to Rio Ferdinand's rapping skillz, please..
PLUS Sir Alex Ferguson's funniest quote and all the best football gaffes of the week in Steve Anglesey's cheeky look at the beautiful game The highlight of Manchester United's victory parade last week? Undoubtedly when the shy and retiring Rio Ferdinand seized the mic in Albert Square and began to sing chants in honour of his team-mates. Paul ... (more)
Sat May 18, 2013
Ferguson, Carragher prepare to bow out
The Premier League will bid farewell to a host of high-profile characters when the 2012-13 season concludes on Sunday, with legendary Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson and Liverpool stalwart Jamie Carragher among the figures taking their leave of the sport.
One more year! Rio Ferdinand set to sign new Manchester United contract
The defender is out of contract at the end of this season but wants to stay on and play under Sir Alex Ferguson's successor, David Moyes.
Sam Tomkins: On Sir Alex Ferguson, Wigan, Tetley's Challenge Cup, Rio ...
I had the pleasure of meeting Sir Alex Ferguson a few years ago when he came to Wigan to talk to the squad.
Fri May 17, 2013
West Brom vs Manchester United team news: Nemanja Vidic and Rio...
Jonny Evans and Phil Jones will be brought into the Red Devils defence as Fergie see them as 'the future' West Brom right-back Steven Reid is head coach Steve Clarke's only injury doubt for Sunday's Barclays Premier League finale against Manchester United.
Whisper It But Arsenal Are Doing Okay...
For all that talk of falling apart without Robin van Persie, things really have gone okay for Arsenal.
Thu May 16, 2013
Nottingham Evening Post
Garry Birtles: The missing piece of the jigsaw that Billy must find this summer
WHEN Barcelona are missing one man, they are not the same side; when they are missing just one piece of the jigsaw, they are considerably weakened.
Defender who snubbed A 18 million Manchester United offer retires from football
German defender Christoph Metzelder also announced it was time to call it quits at the end of the current season, bringing the curtain down on an exciting career which was blighted by injury.
No winners in Ferdinand, England saga
Rio Ferdinand said it was the right time to retire from international football. How so, with a World Cup only a year away? He said the England team was in great shape.
The Star Online
Reaction to David Beckham's retirement
Reaction to former England captain David Beckham's announcement on Thursday that he is retiring at the end of the French league season: "I think he just feels like it's the right time.
Fergie fired up at United awards
Sir Alex Ferguson hit out at the hire-and-fire culture of Manchester United's rivals as Robin van Persie and Michael Carrick won club awards.
Rio Ferdinand retirement: The Manchester United defender earned the...
Thirty million quid is a lump today. That is the sum Sir Alex Ferguson paid Leeds United for his services a decade ago.
Factfile: Rio Ferdinand announces retirement from England
Makes British record A 18million move to Leeds in November. July 21 - Leeds agree to sell Ferdinand to Manchester United for A 29.1million, making him the world's most expensive defender.