David Moyes has launched a scathing attack on Luis Suárez and placed the Liverpool striker among a select band of players he fears will drive fans away from the game by "conning their way to results".
Roberto Mancini, under pressure from critics inside his own club and facing almost certain elimination from the Champions League, insisted there is no future for those Manchester City players who cannot adapt to his way of working.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes that the absence of John Terry will have a vital bearing on Sunday's potentially decisive encounter at Chelsea.
Actually, "this fortnight" would be more accurate: Last week's planned top iOS apps post went missing due to travel, so it's a bumper crop of 30 this week to make amends.
Apple has disappointed Wall Street for the second quarter in a row after results released on Thursday showed iPad sales had grown less than expected.
The New York Times has been blocked in China for reporting that premier Wen Jiabao's family have controlled assets of at least $2.7bn (£1.67bn).
No view from the Shard ?
Sebastian Vettel has always looked younger than his years. When he became the youngest grand prix winner in 2008, and the youngest world champion in 2010, it seemed as though he still had unfinished business with his pubescence.
Kweku Adoboli, the former UBS trader accused of causing the largest unauthorized trading loss in British history, broke down crying moments after taking the stand for the first time at his London trial on Friday.