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Martin O’Neill warns he and Roy Keane will form a ‘bad cop, bad, bad cop’ partnership at the Republic of Ireland
Real Sociedad 0 Manchester United 0 match report: Ashley Young tumbles again on blank night for United
The rain-streaked night had been bad enough before Ashley Young made it worse, in a desperately familiar way. Against a team whose manager had proclaimed the opposition to be the “magnificent Manchester United” Young compounded his reputation for penalty theatrics by earning yet another dubious one.
Borussia Dortmund v Arsenal: Per Mertesacker says the Gunners are in confident mood ahead of Champions League tie
The fourth round of the Champions League group stages gets underway tonight with both Manchester United and Manchester City in action. Both clubs take a major step towards qualification for the last-16 with wins against Real Sociedad and CSKA Moscow respectively, but a number of teams can actually book their place in the draw for the next round today.
Manchester United forward Adnan Januzaj compared to Lionel Messi by David Moyes in terms of resilience to bad tackles
Manchester United caused a minor stir on Monday night by arriving here and asking to leapfrog the home side’s press conference, which was scheduled to take place first. It was subsequently put to Real Sociedad’s manager that they were behaving like jefes de Europa “chiefs of Europe”. Even Attila the Hun was mentioned.
Rafael Nadal believes that future Barclays ATP World Tour Finals should be played on different surfaces every year. The year-end tournament, which has been staged in London since 2009, has generally been played on hard indoor courts, but Nadal thinks that gives an unfair advantage to players who perform well in those conditions.
There is plenty of baggage which gets in the way of the fact but deep down, at the bottom of it all, we can thank Shane Warne for saying – as he has just done – that Alastair Cook’s captaincy can be negative at times – and that England need much more of the imagination Michael Clarke displays if they are to enter the unprecedented realms of a fourth successive Ashes series victory this winter.
No 6 was the main protagonist of an oddball peak-time television hit four and a half decades ago. Patrick McGoohan’s character in The Prisoner spent all 17 episodes protesting that he was a name not a number. Nobody knew who he really was, what was going on generally or was any the wiser by the end.
Winning is becoming more than just a habit for Sebastian Vettel. Having dominated the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from the start to take a seventh consecutive victory by more than half a minute from his Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber, the German now has his sights set on the double world champion Alberto Ascari’s record of nine straight wins for Ferrari between the 1952 and 1953 seasons.