It's been just over a month since David Moyes was announced as Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor at Manchester United and, on the surface, very little has happened.
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Welcome back, Jose Mourinho.
English football has missed you like John Terry misses a trophy celebration. Managers came and went faster than Reading in the English Premier League.
GARETH Bale’s Tottenham deserve Champions League football next season. Andre Villas-Boas’ Tottenham warrant a top-four finish.
SIR Alex Ferguson gave Manchester United 26 years of unprecedented success.
Yesterday, Manchester United gave him a send-off unprecedented in the history of English football.
MAN UNITED 3
(Robin van Persie 2, 13, 33)
ASTON VILLA 0
One man made the difference in this year’s title race. They know it at Manchester United and, more pertinently, they know it at Manchester City.
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There was something strange about the Champions League draw yesterday. For once in this illustrious cup competition, the final four were the best four.
Barring a most improbable series of results, Manchester United can now start clearing some space in their trophy cabinet.
IT WAS a rumour that made the rounds a couple of days before kick-off and, in the end, it turned out to be true.
Arsenal’s defence became the cast of The Full Monty.
Our columnist picks out the great and the good, the terrible and the tragic and the occasionally grotesque from the football world.
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