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It's been a glitzy night at Old Trafford.
Manchester United manager David Moyes was joined by celebrities from the world of sport, television, and showbiz for the UNICEF Gala Dinner.
The event was dubbed the highlight in the club's social calender, raising cash for the world's leading children's organisation.
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Manchester United boss David Moyes is set to add the Premier League's head of elite performance John Murtough to the staff at Old Trafford.
Murtough was in charge of the academy at Everton when Moyes was manager, but United sources say he would not be taking over from Brian McClair, who currently heads the academy set-up.
Instead, Murtough has been earmarked for a role working across a number of different areas at Old Trafford.
Murtough, 40, who has also worked at Fulham, joined the Premier League a year ago to work alongside director of youth Ged Roddy.
Manchester United skipper Nemanja Vidic has been released from hospital after suffering concussion during Sunday's Barclays Premier League encounter with Arsenal.
Vidic left the field shortly before half-time after colliding with team-mate David de Gea.
The Serbian was clearly dazed and was sent to hospital for examination by the club before later returning home.
"Nemanja Vidic has been released from hospital after suffering concussion," said a United statement.
Vidic isn't due to play again until Nov 24 when Utd visit Cardiff in the Premier League.
However, no timescale has been put on the 32-year-old's return to training.
While there is no mandatory period for Vidic to rest, United's medical staff will need to be satisfied the defender has fully recovered before he is allowed back on the pitch.
Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck seems certain to miss England's friendlies against Chile and Germany later this month.
Welbeck has not figured since the draw against Southampton on October 19, since when he has been sidelined with fluid on his knee.
David Moyes has already ruled the 22-year-old out of Sunday's showdown with Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Welbeck was selected on Thursday as part of Roy Hodgson's squad for the start of England's World Cup build-up, but it's understood there is little chance of him being involved.
"The only one who is not in contention for Sunday is Danny Welbeck," said Moyes.
"He is still suffering with his knee."
England play Chile on November 15 and Germany on November 19, with both games at Wembley.
Manchester United manager David Moyes has confirmed he has not spoken to Ashley Young in the wake of this week's diving furore.
Young has been at the centre of more unwanted attention after apparently going to ground too easily to win his side a penalty against Real Socieded in midweek.
Moyes defended his player at the time. And the Scot is still doing so now.
"No," said Moyes, when he was asked whether he had spoken to Young.
"The referee was two yards away from it and gave a penalty. If you need to talk to anybody, you should ask the referee.
"I didn't see an issue at all."
Manchester United trio Michael Carrick, Jonny Evans and Rafael were not involved as the team trained before their Champions League trip to Real Sociedad.
Midfielder Carrick missed the weekend's Barclays Premier League win at Fulham with a calf problem while defenders Evans (back) and Rafael (ankle) left the field injured.
Striker Danny Welbeck, who missed the Fulham game with a knee injury, did train with the squad at Carrington ahead of the lunchtime flight to Spain.