United boss Ferguson ignoring feud
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson is doing his best to ignore the feud between club captain Gary Neville and former United striker Carlos Tevez.
The pair made angry gestures at each other after Tevez scored the first of his two goals in Manchester City's 2-1 League Cup win over United this week and Tevez reportedly called his former teammate a "moron" and "bootlicker" in a radio interview on ESPN Argentina.
But Ferguson said "players argue with each other all the time."
Ferguson said that he is not interested in players no longer with the club.
Tevez won five trophies in two years with United but the club decided against keeping him and he joined local rival Manchester City in July.