Manchester United`s 4-4-2 gets Louis van Gaal twitchy
Manchester United`s 4-4-2 gets Louis van Gaal twitchy

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal feels a "twitch" in his backside when his team adopt a 4-4-2 formation, he told British newspapers in comments published on Friday.

Manchester United climb Money League despite slump
Manchester United climb Money League despite slump

Manchester United became the world`s second highest-earning club last season despite a disastrous campaign on the pitch, financial consultants Deloitte revealed in their latest Football Money League published on Thursday.

Manchester United creating new style, says Angel di Maria
Manchester United creating new style, says Angel di Maria

Manchester United winger Angel di Maria on Wednesday urged supporters to support the new style being introduced by manager Louis van Gaal and stop harking back to bygone glory days.

`Rottweiler` Queiroz muzzled over Asian Cup referees
`Rottweiler` Queiroz muzzled over Asian Cup referees

Iran coach Carlos Queiroz bit his tongue about Asian Cup referees on Wednesday under the watchful eye of tournament organisers following his outburst earlier this week.

Alex Ferguson rant more daunting than Barack Obama call: Tim Howard
Alex Ferguson rant more daunting than Barack Obama call: Tim Howard

 English football club Everton's American goalkeeper Tim Howard has said that a verbal onslaught from former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson is more daunting than a phone call from US President Barack Obama.

India need better system, not big names as coaches: Baichung Bhutia
India need better system, not big names as coaches: Baichung Bhutia

Even an Alex Ferguson or Zico will 'struggle' to change the fortunes of the game in India if a proper youth development system will not be in place, football icon Baichung Bhutia said on Thursday.

New money rises in English football as old powers slip
New money rises in English football as old powers slip

Manchester City and Chelsea, England`s nouveaux riches, appear poised to dominate the Premier League in 2015, with traditional powerhouses Manchester United and Liverpool working their way through periods of transition.

EPL preview: Manchester United vs Liverpool
EPL preview: Manchester United vs Liverpool

 What a difference a year makes for Manchester United and Liverpool.

Louis van Gaal rekindles spirit as Manchester United dare to dream again
Louis van Gaal rekindles spirit as Manchester United dare to dream again

Four wins a row have lifted Manchester United into the Premier League`s top four and Louis van Gaal`s managerial reign is beginning to bear fruit after a difficult start.

Arsene Wenger has overstayed his welcome at Arsenal

If Arsene Wenger's tenure at Arsenal was a film, a critic was most likely to review it as powerful, engaging and exciting in the first half then predictable, inconsistent and disappointing in the second.

David Moyes takes over as head coach of Real Sociedad
David Moyes takes over as head coach of Real Sociedad

Former Manchester United manager David Moyes has agreed to take over as head coach of Real Sociedad until 30 June 2016, the La Liga club announced in a statement on Monday.

Louis van Gaal must stop history repeating itself at Manchester United
Louis van Gaal must stop history repeating itself at Manchester United

The year was 1986 and with just three league wins to their name by the first weekend of November, Manchester United dismissed Ron Atkinson as manager and appointed Alex Ferguson.

Arsene Wenger affords a smile as he remembers Battle of the Buffet
Arsene Wenger affords a smile as he remembers Battle of the Buffet

Arsene Wenger often says he has no time to look back because he is so focused on the future but he spent a minute reminiscing on Friday on the 10th anniversary of the defeat to Manchester United that ended Arsenal`s famous 49-match unbeaten run.

Alex Ferguson backs `formidable` Louis van Gaal to revive Manchester United
Alex Ferguson backs `formidable` Louis van Gaal to revive Manchester United

Alex Ferguson has said the "formidable" Louis van Gaal is the right man to return Manchester United to winning ways once again.

Manchester United's job was just too big for Moyes, says Alex Ferguson
Manchester United's job was just too big for Moyes, says Alex Ferguson

 Alex Ferguson has broken his silence on David Moyes` short, traumatic reign at Manchester United, saying the former Everton manager underestimated the size of the job while denying he retired leaving the club in decline.

Manchester United let me down, says David Moyes
Manchester United let me down, says David Moyes

David Moyes claims Manchester United failed to do the right thing when they sacked him after less than 10 months.

Pep Guardiola says he wants to manage Manchester United
Pep Guardiola says he wants to manage Manchester United

Pep Guardiola said that he wants to manage Manchester United at some point in his career. According to a new book on the Spaniard's first season at Bayern Munich, Guardiola had admitted to being enthralled by the atmosphere and set-up at Old Trafford.

Alex Ferguson backs Louis van Gaal's United overhaul
Alex Ferguson backs Louis van Gaal's United overhaul

 Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has praised Louis van Gaal for overhauling the squad at Old Trafford while maintaining the Premier League club`s long tradition of giving young players a chance. 

Alex Ferguson backs Manchester United spending spree
Alex Ferguson backs Manchester United spending spree

Alex Ferguson has backed Louis van Gaal`s decision to overhaul Manchester United`s struggling squad with a major spending spree.

Man Utd will take two more years to become PL title challengers: Roy Keane
Man Utd will take two more years to become PL title challengers: Roy Keane

Former Manchester United midfielder and current assistant manager of the Ireland football team Roy Keane has insisted that it would take two more years for the 13-time Premier League champions to become England's top dogs again.