Manchester United's share price briefly dipped to its lowest level in over three years on Monday after Louis van Gaal's team slipped further behind their rivals in the hunt for Champions League qualification.
United dropped on the New York Stock Exchange from $14.50 (£10.05) $13.86 (£9.61) on Monday morning before rising in the afternoon and closing at $14.10, an overall loss of 2.9 percent.
The morning low was the lowest price since December 2012. Not even during the darkest days of David...
Jordi Cruyff would have preferred Pep Guardiola to join Manchester United next season instead of their local rivals Man City.
Guardiola will leave Bayern Munich to take over City this summer, but Cruyff, a former Man United player, said Old Trafford would have been a better choice.
"I would have liked Pep at United - they have more tradition than City," he told Cope.
"It is a good moment to work at City, though, because they have the set-up, the money and the will to create a good team."
Manchester United's injury problems got worse as Adnan Januzaj limped off in their under-21 team's 7-0 thrashing of Norwich.
The Belgian departed before half-time with a suspected hamstring problem, which he tried and failed to run off.
And United also lost Uruguayan defender Guillermo Varela, who became the fifth injured full-back at Old Trafford.
Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo, Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young are all already sidelined.
Januzaj is yet to start for United since returning after an unsuccessful...
A month before Nemanja Vidic's retirement was made public and before he'd been heartened by 5,500 Manchester United fans were singing his name, I spoke to the Serbian defender in Milan.
Among other topics, the subject of Chelsea came up. Vidic played more games -- 17 -- against the Stamford Bridge side in his eight years at United than any other club. The frequent meetings reflected the dominance of both clubs.
"Chelsea were the team who pushed us and we pushed them," Vidic said. "We drove each other...