Ian King links us to rare footage from a match between United and West Bromwich Albion. United lost 5-3, but it's always a delight to be able to watch such rare and extended footage from the past. Also interviews with Bryan Robson, Ron Atkinson and Cyrille Regis.
Reckons Scott as he reviews the Carling Cup semi-final
Gary Neville could be in trouble with the Football Association after he reacted to Carlos Tevez's first goal in the Carling Cup semi-final by raising his middle finger towards the Manchester City striker.
If true — and the evidence says most likely it is — then I don't think there's much to complain. Although, considering the stuff players say to each other and the ref these days (easily lip-readable stuff) you'd think there's some inconsistency in applying the rules here.
Scott on Adebayor and Tevez
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