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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will face no further action from the Football Association following his sending-off against Southampton on Saturday.
The 54-year-old was sent to the stands by referee Craig Pawson for encroaching on the pitch during stoppage time of his side's 1-0 win at St Mary's.
Unlike players, however, there are no automatic bans for red-carded managers and any additional punishment depends on the referee's report.
In this case, Mourinho appears to have taken the referee's decision without any further comment or reaction and the matter is closed.
The FA is also taking no action at this point against United for its fans singing the controversial chant about striker Romelu Lukaku.
The club are understood to be liaising with Southampton to gain access to CCTV footage of Saturday's crowd so it can identify those responsible.
Jose Mourinho is disappointed by Andreas Pereira's naivety and lack of fight after the talented Manchester United midfielder pushed through a loan move to Valencia.
Pereira impressed during pre-season and it appeared the 21-year-old would have an impact at Old Trafford this season having spent last term on loan at Granada.
However, Pereira was left out of the matchday squad in United's opening four matches of the season and plumped for a move back to LaLiga, joining Valencia on a season-long loan just before the Spanish transfer deadline.
Before leaving the midfielder signed a new deal at United until 2019, including an option for an additional 12 months - a sign of the club's faith in a player whose decision has clearly irked Mourinho.
"Andreas Pereira was a personal decision - a decision that I don't agree with," the Portuguese said.
"A decision that, honestly, I don't think in this moment is the best decision for him. (It is) a decision that disappoints me a little bit because I think he has the potential to be here fighting for a position, fighting for opportunities and fighting to be a Manchester United player.
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Louis van Gaal is fully supportive of Manchester United's plan to play midweek exhibition matches in the new year.
Managing director Richard Arnold confirmed earlier this week that United are discussing the possibility of playing glamour friendlies abroad at the start of 2015.
The matches, which could take place in the Middle East, would provide Van Gaal's team with some kind of action during the weeks when their rivals are in Champions League action.
And it could, in theory, help the 20-times English champions recover some of the money they have lost by failing to qualify for Europe's biggest club competition last term.
Van Gaal raised concerns about United's lengthy travelling during their pre-season tour of the United States, but he has no concerns about taking the squad away next year.
"I agree with that," the United manager said.
"We have spoken last week with each other and also Ed Woodward, so I fully agree.
"I'm used to playing midweeks but I have said in the first three months we have to wait because it's difficult enough for the players to adapt and adjust to the new play organisation and style and they shall honour that also but we shall play midweeks.
"It's good because I like to play games against high-level opponents."
Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed the secrets of his management style in a series of interviews with Harvard academics, setting out his approach to matches, team talks and disciplining "fragile" millionaires.
Ferguson spoke with Harvard professor Anita Elberse and a former student Tom Dye in a series of interviews in 2011.
He also travelled to Boston earlier in 2012 to talk to current students about his approach to man-management and share the secrets of leadership skills and communication.
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Robin van Persie said there were "no hard feelings" after he completed a move from Arsenal to Premier League rivals Manchester United FC.
In his first press conference as a United player, he said: "From my side and Arsenal's side, there is no hard feelings. No one is angry with me and I'm not angry with them".