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Moyes looks to move Anderson on

United midfielder Anderson hasn't lived up to his potential.
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Cardiff boss Malky Mackay says Saturday's opponents Crystal Palace have been given a lift by Tony Pulis as he prepares for a tough weekend test.

Porto want Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas to make a sensational return.

Saido Berahino has signed a new three-and-a-half contract with West Brom.

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Former England captain Rio Ferdinand will be heading to the World Cup as part of the BBC's punditry team next summer.

Brendan Rodgers has revealed that Luis Suarez was brought back into line last summer without any assurances about an exit strategy for the end of this season.

SFA performance director Mark Wotte believes it would be 'ridiculous' for Ryan Gauld to leave Dundee United for one of the world's leading clubs.

Roy Hodgson told England fans to put their money on his team to win the World Cup as he prepares for Friday's draw in Brazil.

As the North East was battered by 100 mile an hour winds, Newcastle players were subjected to a horror landing at the city's airport.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Rio Ferdinand and Jack Wilshere, and many clubs, are among the game's big names expressing their grief over loss of political icon Nelson Mandela.

Manchester United boss David Moyes 'called Everton fans a disgrace over Old Trafford taunts'.

Moyes is looking to shift midfielder Anderson, who hasn't lived up to the £24m fee paid for him by Sir Alex Ferguson and his old club Porto would like him back.

Luis Suarez wants to stay at Liverpool and has Champions League in his sights

Wigan are set to hold talks with Brentford manager Uwe Rosler today after the Latics agreed compensation with the League One side.

Jose Mourinho is sure Sunderland can defy the odds and stay up this season - and so is derby hero Fabio Borini.

Jonjo Shelvey has not given up hope of making England's World Cup squad but has made it clear he will continue to stand up for himself on the pitch following his clash with Mathieu Debuchy.

Ryan Giggs insists it is too soon to write off Manchester United's title dream and has warned Newcastle to expect a reaction tomorrow.

Phil Jagielka admits he feels sorry for Manchester United boss David Moyes.

Liverpool are desperate to keep hold of red-hot striker Luis Suarez, who is set to be offered a new contract at Anfield.

Man United have played down claims that David Moyes was upset by the abuse he received from Everton fans on Wednesday night.

Vincent Kompany fears he could have all his dreams snatched away from him this season due to injuries.

Aaron Hughes claims Fulham must do all they can to stop Dimitar Berbatov quitting the club.

Manchester United manager David Moyes denies referring to Everton fans as 'disgraceful'.

Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner remains likely to depart when his contract expires at the end of the season but manager Arsene Wenger will not completely shut the door on his career.

Andre Villas-Boas remains under pressure from some figures at Tottenham to accommodate two strikers in his team.

Manager Brendan Rodgers says he has not made an agreement with star striker Luis Suarez that would allow him to leave if Liverpool do not finish in the top four.

Chairman Dave Whelan hopes to appoint Uwe Rösler as early as Friday after agreeing compensation with Brentford for the German manager.

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Everton defender Phil Jagielka said former manager David Moyes was not helped by Man Utd in the transfer market.

Mikel Arteta says he believes Niklas Bendtner has an important part to play in Arsenal's league challenge.

Brendan Rodgers insisted there is no gentleman's agreement in place to allow Luis Suarez to leave Liverpool.

Vincent Kompany admits there are no guarantees his body will hold up after his return against West Brom.

Andy Carroll admits he is itching to return to help save West Ham's season after returning to training.

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