A select round-up of the latest news relating to Manchester United…
Saturday's 3-2 defeat to Watford saw Billy Sharp as the latest striker to plough a lone furrow in the 4-2-3-1 formation, and he weighed in with a goal.
Former Arsenal player Thomas Eisfeld has revealed that Arsene Wenger rarely steps in during training to correct mistakes.
Villa boss Tim Sherwood risks shooting himself in the foot with his demand that Carles Gil prove his first-team worth moving forward.
Genre convention asserts that the best 2D shooters are made in Japan, not Europe, and as a consequence, the Euro shoot-’em-up (or “Euroshmup” to the cognoscenti) is applied as a broad derogatory term to lacklustre contributions to the field, often regardless of country of origin.
West Ham United defender Carl Jenkinson has suggested it took the side too long to play their best football against Crystal Palace.
Dating app Tinder has officially launched its premium service Tinder Plus, letting users subscribe for new features including the ability to undo swipes, change locations and have unlimited likes.
Alan Irvine was sacked as the West Bromwich Albion manager in December and was replaced by Tony Pulis.
Tottenham Hotspur sold Kyle Naughton in January to Swansea City.
Now I know what it feels like when Kate Winslet zaps me in the back with a medical probe.
“We don’t have a better plan – you’re going to have to stick it up your ass.”
Manchester United would be advised to keep Marouane Fellaini and his combative qualities within their starting XI against West Ham United.
Newcastle United have spent plenty of money down the years, but a man who cost them nothing - Jack Colback - has emerged as a key figure.