Richard Richards

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Moyes: United not in the market for a new striker

• Premier League<p>ESPN staff<p>Moyes praises upturn in form<p>Manchester United manager David Moyes has said he will not try to sign a striker in the January …

Rooney on the verge of legendary status at United - Moyes | Reuters

(Reuters) - Manchester United manager David Moyes has suffered a stuttering start to life at Old Trafford but it could have been far worse for the Scot if he had failed to retain the services of striker Wayne Rooney.<p>Manchester United's manager David Moyes (R) speaks to Wayne Rooney during their …

Michael Owen: Say goodbye to the era of the Premier League manager

The men in the dugout look more powerless than ever – and they will soon all be known as head coaches<p>Listen to any group of fans in a pub before a game and you will hear talk of the great managers. They will share stories about Shankly, Clough or Ferguson: their best team talks, their charisma and …

Fellaini to undergo further scans

• Premier League<p>ESPN staff<p>Marouane Fellaini has struggled during his short time at Old Trafford © Getty Images<p>Enlarge<p>Marouane Fellaini could be ruled …

Soccer

Fletcher return boosts United's midfield options

(Reuters) - Scotland international Darren Fletcher provided a welcome boost to the soft-centred Manchester United midfield by making his long awaited return to action on Sunday after almost a year away with a serious bowel condition.<p>Manchester United's Danny Welbeck (L) scores his second goal …

I had unfinished business at West Brom, says Clarke | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Steve Clarke has expressed his disappointment at being sacked by West Bromwich Albion, saying he had unfinished business at the struggling Premier League side.<p>West Bromwich Albion's manager Steve Clarke reacts during their Premier League match against Liverpool at Anfield in …