Manchester City’s fortunes have turned around dramatically since a takeover in late summer 2008 by the Abu Dhabi United Group, whose owner Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan is the deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and a member of the country’s royal family. In light of the Matthew Hedges espionage saga, MM look at other moral quandaries in football.
HOME is celebrating Refugee Week this week with a programme brimming with world-class theatre, film, art and performance.
Manchester Football Writing Festival: Words and beautiful game prove entertaining strike partnership
Nobody could ever accuse the people of Manchester of being apathetic towards the Beautiful Game, and the success of the September 1-10 Manchester Football Writing Festival has once again reaffirmed the city’s passion for debate.
FIFA should re-run the World Cup 2022 bidding process rather than allowing a winter tournament to be held in Qatar, according to South Manchester MP John Leech.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of making a hoax bomb threat after a passenger plane was escorted into Manchester Airport by RAF jets.
Rio can do what he wants: Alex Ferguson backs Ferdinand’s Qatar trip as Manchester United face Sunderland
Ferdinand appeared as a pundit on television channel Al Jazeera
England or Manchester United? Let Rio Ferdinand decide for good of his career, insists former teammate Sol Campbell
Campbell believes United man did nothing wrong
England captain Steven Gerrard says fans are entitled to boo Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand
Ferdinand withdrew from England squad
Ferdinand misses San Marino and Montenegro games
South Korean star Chung-Yong Lee wants to ‘come back feeling good’ when Bolton Wanderers face Charlton
Winger currently away on international duty
‘We’re ready’: Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United brimming with confidence ahead of Fulham cup clash
United have spent this week at Aspire Academy in Qatar.