The official team sheet from Sir Alex Ferguson's first game in charge at Manchester United is to be sold at auction.
Manchester City have finally confirmed the appointment of Manuel Pellegrini as their new manager.
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Manchester United have confirmed the signing of Uruguay right-back Guillermo Varela from Penarol on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
The future of Macclesfield Town FC has been secured due to a historic deal with Cheshire East Council.
The deal was sealed during an urgent meeting where Cabinet members voted unanimously in favour.
A cheque £285k was handed over to club representatives.
Macclesfield Town is the first senior club in England to become community owned, without first becoming insolvent.The deal means Cheshire East Council will acquire the freehold of the existing stadium and site so that the club can consolidate its debts.
The football club will remain at its current home until a new stadium is built in the future.
The funding will also enable the club to convert from a limited company to a community interest company in which members of the public will be offered the opportunity to buy shares making the club truly owned by the local community.
John McGuinness has vowed to continue at the Isle of Man TT races despite only winning one leg of this year's competition.
The Morecambe Missile's victory on the final day of racing was his 20th at the TT, in a career spanning 17 years.
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan hopes he can appoint a new manager as early as next week.
He says it will be difficult to replace Roberto Martinez now he's gone to Everton.
Mr Whelan says playing in the championship will be a challenging time following last season's FA Cup win and relegation:-
A 20th victory in the senior TT for John McGuinness saw Michael Dunlop miss out on his record-equalling fifth win of the event.
But a crash earlier in the day marred proceedings when 10 spectators were injured.
The "Morecambe Missile" ended the day on top of the podium, finishing 10 seconds ahead of Dunlop.
A number of spectators have been transported to hospital after Sheff Pack Kawasaki rider Jonathan Howarth crashed during the final day's racing at the Isle of Man TT.
Howarth, making his debut at the event, crashed at the Bray Hill section of the mountain course, bringing out the red flags to halt the senior race.
Although the 29-year-old British rider was not hurt, the Isle of Man TT official Twitter feed reported that several spectators were hurt as a result of the crash.