Sir Alex Ferguson has updated his autobiography to include details of David Moyes' eight months in charge as his replacement.
Ferguson reveals that when the newspapers broke the story that Moyes was going to be sacked following the 2-0 defeat against Everton, he received a text from Moyes asking whether there was any truth to the rumours.
Manchester United salvaged a late draw away at West Bromwich Albion, after finding themselves behind twice in the match, thanks to a powerful strike from Daley Blind. Despite the double comeback, the result will have to go down as two points lost for the Red Devils as they paid for two sloppy defensive errors, having dominated the majority of the game.
Old Trafford has had many heroes over the years. This is unsurprising, given the club's rich history. Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson, orchestrators of the two great periods of sustained success, have been immortalised, in statue form, outside the ground. Sir Matt gazes into the distance, where the holy trinity of Charlton, Law and Best celebrate together, a monument of glory from a now distant age.
De Gea, Rafael, Jones, Rojo, Shaw, Blind, Herrera, Januzaj, Mata, Di Maria, van Persie.
Bench: Lindegaard, Smalling, Carrick, Fellaini, Fletcher, Young, Falcao
The International break usually provides a relatively dull and unwelcome inconvenience for football fans, but this couldn't have been more true than for Louis Van Gaal and Manchester United.
Not only did the fixture list throw up numerous uninspiring affairs, but it halted a much needed momentum found within the Old Trafford camp after a hard-earned 2-1 victory over Everton – Van Gaal's first consecutive wins since taking over.
Quality comes in many forms. Not every player is able to flash their calibre through such self-evident acts of brilliance as a decisive finish, a last-ditch tackle, a defence-splitting pass or some mazy dribble past multiple markers.
Defensive midfielders seem particularly prone to going overlooked and unloved by those unable or unwilling to appreciate the less immediate parts of the game.
Louis van Gaal has spoken of his happiness at United's young players representing England at U-21 level. Whilst other managers have objected to their players being used, the Dutchman thinks the likes of Luke Shaw, Phil Jones and Will Keane can benefit from the experience.
Shaw played two games for the U-21s this week whilst Adnan Januzaj, who has committed his long-term future to the club, was an unused sub on the bench for the senior Belgium team.
Danny Welbeck kissed the badge after scoring a late goal at the Emirates... in 2012 for Manchester United.
David Moyes gave an interview with the BBC which was aired this morning, where he claims he was shocked when United sacked him after taking the champions to 7th in the league in just a few months.
Whilst no one expected Moyes to retain United's title in his first season, a top four finish was seen as the bare minimum requirement.
Adnan Januzaj's agent, Dirk de Vriese, has revealed that the player is keen to stay at Manchester United, despite a lack of playing time so far this season.
"We want to stay," he said. "Adnan wants to gain experience in England as a number 10. He doesn't fear the competition. Just like anyone else he wants to play but he will wait for his opportunity.
Daley Blind has spoken about how well he has settled in to life at Manchester United after making the transition from Ajax.
"I think I have settled in well," he told MUTV. "We did some [social] stuff with the boys off the pitch and they were very nice and I feel very good with them.
Scott wrote for ESPN about Van Gaal's first three months in charge.
Scott writes for The Metro about United's ticket prices and Guardiola replacing Van Gaal.
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