Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson (left) and Everton manager David Moyes (right) during a match in April 2012. Moyes will succeed the retiring Ferguson at Man United.
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May 9, 2013 David Moyes will be succeeding the world's most famous soccer coach. Alex Ferguson announced this week that he'll retire at the end of the season. Moyes has led the English Premier League's Everton club since 2002.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson during a match in April.
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May 8, 2013 The soccer club's manager will retire later this month. Arguably the most famous coach in the world, he's been in charge as Man U has become one of the most valuable and successful sports franchises on the globe.
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Manchester United's Nani (in red) and Manchester City's Aleksandar Kolarov during a game last August in London.
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April 30, 2012 Manchester City and Manchester United faced off today in a matchup that fans around the world watched. The outcome could basically determine which team wins the English Premier League.
English soccer star Wayne Rooney during a training session today in Podgorica, Montenegro.
October 6, 2011 Wayne Rooney's father is one of the suspects being investigated because of suspicious bets placed on a match in Scotland. The soccer star has not been implicated.
August 29, 2011 After being crushed by Manchester United 8-2, the club has apologized to fans who traveled to see the match. And it's offering them free tickets to another away game. Imagine the Red Sox doing that after a loss to the Yankees.
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