A specially commissioned portrait of Sir Bobby Charlton is to be unveiled in Manchester later today.
The painting of the Manchester United and England legend is at the National Football Museum.
It's being sold to raise funds for Sir Bobby's 'Find a Better Way' charity.
If someone were to save your life, you'd want to say thank you - and a football fan's desperate to say it in person to the good samaritan who kept him alive.
Chris Madden collapsed as he left Old Trafford after Manchester United's game against Burnley last month.
Fans walked past Chris, thinking he was drunk - but in fact he was having a heart attack. Chris says one man, who stopped, recognised his life was in danger and helped him. He thinks he was a doctor or had medical training. Today Chris spoke to Sarah Rogers about his quest to find him:
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A Manchester United fan who suffered a heart attack as he left Old Trafford is appealing for the man who saved his life to come forward.Read the full story ›
Jose Mourinho didn't hold back after Manchester United's Europa League defeat to Fenerbahce last night.
He claimed his players approached the match in Istanbul like a "summer friendly".
A fortnight after comfortably beating the same side 4-1 at Old Trafford, they were beaten 2-1, Wayne Rooney with United's goal in the dying moments.
Manchester United manager José Mourninho has been given a one-match touchline ban and fined £50,000 after he accepted two misconduct charges, the FA has announced.
Mourinho admitted to "using abusive and/or insulting" language towards referee Mark Clattenburg and was also fined £50,000 for comments about referee Anthony Taylor.
Manchester United defender Luke Shaw is sure striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic can rediscover his scoring form after a recent barren spell.Read the full story ›
José Mourinho and his Manchester United squat attended a gala dinner to raise money for disadvantaged children on Monday.Read the full story ›
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Patrice Evra has posted a video of himself dressed as a panda in a bid to curb racism.
The former Manchester United left-back captioned the short Instagram video with the message:
Be like my panda! I'm black, white, Asian and chubby!
SAY NO TO RACISM!!
Who wants to be a panda?!
I love this game.
Merseyside Police have praised fans from both Liverpool and Manchester United after last night's game at Anfield.
The fixture has been the subject of offensive chants and violence in recent times, but fans were praised for their 'exemplary' behaviour before, during and after the game.
There is a great rivalry between our fans and it was pleasing to see supporters being respectful throughout a game watched in over 200 countries.
Jose Mourinho has implored supporters not to overshadow Monday's meeting at Anfield with disrespectful behaviour.Read the full story ›