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David Moyes season of disaster at Manchester United

MANCHESTER Timeline of how David Moyes  season at Manchester United went wrong following his sacking on Tuesday:


July 1: Moyes starts work as Manchester United manager after the retirement of Alex Ferguson.September 1: Liverpool beat United 1-0 at Anfield, inflicting the first Premier League defeat under Moyes  leadership in his third league game in

Man U sack Moyes, Giggs appointed interim manager

Man U sack Moyes, Giggs appointed interim manager MANCHESTER: Manchester United on Tuesday sacked manager David Moyes following a disastrous ten-month spell at the world-famous club, with veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs named as interim manager.Moyes, 50, succeeded Alex Ferguson at the helm of the Premier League side on July 1 but the move quickly became a fiasco with the team slumping to a series of embarrassing defeats.After feverish speculation in the British media, United confirmed Moyes's departure in a

Athletics: Keflezighi, Jeptoo take historic Boston wins

BOSTON  Meb Keflezighi ended a 31-year Boston Marathon win drought for American men and Rita Jeptoo defended her title Monday in a race that began with remembrances of last year's bombing tragedy.Keflezighi became the first American man to win the famed race since Greg Meyer in 1983 while Kenya's Jeptoo added to her 2006 and 2013 victory haul in a record time for the 26.2-mile classic.A moment of silence was observed before the start by a field of 35,755 from 95 nations

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