"It was nice because he chose an amazing restaurant and, of course, he paid." Priorities...
Reaction to Tottenham, reaction to the reaction to Tottenham, Leicester, Harry WInks, Milner and Luton...
It was a record-low Emirates Stadium attendance, but Sir Alex Ferguson formed a fraction of it.
It isn't quite Blackburn turning Zidane down because they had Tim Sherwood, but United had the chance.
In all fairness to Ferguson, they are twins. "It's funny to remember it," says Rafael. Nasty b*stard.
"He was the best but he never complicated anything," says Rooney on Fergie...
Larsson went through huge adversity, but came out the other side stronger. Celtic signed him OTD 20 years ago.
Is Ronaldo a good player-manager option for Manchester United. We don't know what to think anymore...
Zidane being the real deal, Aaron Lennon love, Ronaldo and the end of Atletico's cycle...
"Never fall in love with them because they'll two-time you." And yet Fergie was both loved and successful.
This is not the first time Jose Mourinho has cried conspiracy, nor is he the first Man United boss to do so.
"Friends supporting each other by a simple SMS can mean a lot in certain moments." Welling up here.
Alongside Zlatan, Pogba and De Gea, Valencia is the other undroppable. It's testament to his consistency.
"In the moment that football is not in our life, I think probably we die," says Conte. Amen, brother.
"When they tell me it's pasta, I still check under the sauce to make sure." Banter of xenophobia?
A rant? Who cares. Defining in the title race? Who knows. Was Benitez's "facts" rant entertaining? God yes
People at Manchester United aren't used to refereeing controversies. Erm, have you forgotten Ferguson?
Rafael Benitez watched Man United train in 2000 - four years before he was appointed at Liverpool.
"There was a lot of myth about it. It happened about half a dozen times in 27 years." How disappointing
Antonio Conte believes it is too soon for anyone to write off Chelsea's Premier League title chances
There's a little love-in between Ferguson and Klopp going on. The German is a big fan of his.
Sir Alex Ferguson says Liverpool must be considered title contenders under Jurgen Klopp.
No, it isn't signing Bebe. It's not reaching the 2002 Champions League final. He cursed United.
A mystical moment of French poetry. Or just a simple analogy that everyone went a bit potty for...
Arsene Wenger's brother says that Arsene Wenger and Alex Ferguson got on just fine, thank you.
"And you can print that," said Sir Alex Ferguson to The Guardian's Michael Walker. We look at the context for that famous quote.
"He will not stay 26 years, but he will leave his imprint," says Claudio Ranieri. Can't agree with either of those.
Paul Pogba has praised Paul Scholes and Sir Alex Ferguson, while discussing his time at United.
Ferguson says Neville and Beckham were both "average footballers" who became "wonderful".
A rainy Tuesday night at Stoke? Lionel Messi could not even cut it against Stockport, says Ferguson.
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