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Marcus Rashford can do no wrong but Mourinho and Allardyce have got it right

England's Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford can do no wrong at the moment. Debate may rage among the managers in charge of the various aspects of his rapidly developing career over his readiness for international football or the likelihood of his supplanting Wayne Rooney or Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the near future at Manchester United, but as long as he is scoring goals a striker is always in the right.



Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho

Friday night football: a new dawn that has left fans feeling Sky’s the limit

Contrary to what Gil Scott-Heron told us all those years ago, the revolution will be televised. On Friday night comes the first of 10 matches that are to take place on that day of the week during this Premier League season – Manchester United v Southampton – and the hope at Sky Sports is that having paid billions for the right to show top-flight football in a new primetime slot, millions tune in to see what is on offer.

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Perella Weinberg appoints new MD

Perella Weinberg Partners have announced that Alex Tracy has joined as a Managing Director in its Advisory business. Based in New York, Tracy will be a member of the Firm's restructuring practice.