A drunk Manchester United fan called 999 and demanded to speak to Sir Alex Ferguson in the aftermath of United's Capital One Cup exit.
Speaking at the launch of "The Class Of 92", David Beckham said he is surprised "everyday" at how his life has turned out.
Sir Alex Ferguson's famously ruthless management style was successful at Manchester United, but would it have worked at another club?
Manchester United have teamed up with technology giant Google to offer them front row seats via Google Hangout, a video streaming service.
The 'Front Row' initiative will give fans the opportunity to appear on the hoardings around Old Trafford streamed from Google+.
On Sunday 16 March, as United line up at home against one of their biggest rivals, Liverpool, fans will have the opportunity to cheer on the team from anywhere in the world.
Richard Arnold, the group managing director at Manchester United, said: "This ground-breaking initiative offers a dynamic and innovative way for our fans worldwide to get even closer to the club they love".
To have a chance of winning, United fans must share a picture of themselves showing their support for the team on Google+ and adding #MUFrontRow.
David Moyes remains the manager of Manchester United, despite speculation to the contrary.
Rumours of an imminent announcement on the New York Stock Exchange spread on social media, with the suggestion it would state that Moyes was to leave the club following Tuesday night's 2-0 defeat to Olympiacos in the Champions League.
The odds on Moyes being the next Barclays Premier League manager to leave his post shortened dramatically, but Press Association Sport understands the Scot is still very much in charge.
United are baffled by the reports that their manager was set to leave his position.
The club have always made it clear that Moyes will be given time to prove that he is the right man to maintain the success delivered by predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson.
Manchester United have confirmed a deal to sign Juan Mata from Chelsea for a club record fee.
The deal for Mata is subject to a medical and the agreement of personal terms. A further announcement will be made in due course. #mufcmata
Sir Alex Ferguson has not yet given up hope of Manchester United retaining their Premier League title and insists this year's championship race is wide open.
"I'm not writing anyone off," the 72-year-old Scot told BBC Sport.
"With Jose (Mourinho) you expect (Chelsea) to win games playing ugly, but all these teams are in there. United are in behind chasing."
Speaking to Sky Sports, he added: "United can do anything. They have got that great philosophy and history, they will always do well.
"I'm going as a supporter now and instead of suffering with the team, I'm suffering or enjoying it with the fans. I'm really enjoying watching the team play."
Manchester United has dropped out the top three of Europe's top earning clubs for the first time.
The club are now fourth in Deloitte's Football Money League and are behind leaders Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich based on income from 2012/2013.
The results are yet another setback for the defending Premier League champions who currently languish 14 points behind leaders Arsenal and have struggled since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement in May.
Despite the current gloom, analysts believe United can climb the table and reclaim third spot from Bayern Munich due to their current financial strength and investment potential.
Manchester City were the next highest-earning British club in sixth, with Chelsea and Arsenal finishing seventh and eighth respectively.
Manchester United and England footballer Ashley Young is to stand trial today accused of a speeding offence.
Young, 28, is alleged to have exceeded a 50mph limit on the M6 Toll in Warwickshire while driving a Range Rover on March 7 last year.
The former Aston Villa and Watford midfielder faces a further charge of failing to give information to the police about the identity of the driver of the vehicle.
Young, of Prestbury, near Macclesfield, Cheshire, will stand trial at Leamington Spa Magistrates' Court this afternoon.
Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane has revealed that the best manager he ever worked with was "without a doubt" Brian Clough and not Sir Alex Ferguson.
In an ITV documentary that looks at the fierce rivalry between Keane and Arsenal's Patrick Vieira, both players are asked who was the best manager they worked with.
Vieira chose current Gunners boss Arsene Wenger but the Republic of Ireland assistant manager shunned Sir Alex for Clough - who managed him at Nottingham Forest.
Sir Alex and Keane fell out during the midfielder's acrimonious departure from Old Trafford in 2005.
Watch Keane & Vieira - Best of Enemies at on ITV4, Tuesday 10th December 10th 2013
Roy Keane has admitted he cried when his Manchester United career came to an abrupt end.
The midfielder left United in 2005 after heavily criticising his team mates during an interview with the club's in-house television station.
Keane, who is now the assistant manager of Ireland, said: "Of course I was upset: I did shed a few tears in my car for about two minutes.
"But I also told myself I had to get on with my life.
"I walked out with nothing, I had no club lined up and I was injured.
"I could have played for Manchester United easily for another couple of years."
Watch Keane and Vieira: Best of Enemies on ITV4 tomorrow at 10pm