Roy Keane stunned the football world on his first day back inmanagement yesterday with a wide-ranging attack on his formerteam-mates and his old club.
Keane's swipe at 'losers' Hughes and Bruce
Also: Andrew Flintoff, the IPL's most expensive all-rounder,yesterday became its most expensive bowler when he was carted for 50runs from four overs during Chennai's loss to Delhi in Durban.
Misfiring Freddie enters history books for the wrong reasons
Anfield-bound? United striker Carlos Tevez
Michael Carrick last night begged Carlos Tevez: Please don't leave us.
Also: Roy Keane returned to football yesterday - and immediately launched adouble-barrelled assault on his old Manchester United team-mates.
Jenson Button insists it would be a 'disaster' if the British Grand Prix is axed.
Roy Keane stepped back into management last night - and then branded all his former Manchester United team-mates failures.
Also: Southampton were relegated from the Championship yesterday after being hammered with a 10-point penalty by the Football League.
When the Saints go marching out.
Ryan Babel has admitted there can be no more excuses as he looks to rescue his Liverpool dream.
Carlo Ancelotti has agreed to become the next manager of Chelsea.
Also: Rafael Benitez last night reignited his bitter war of words with Sir Alex Ferguson - and claimed the Manchester United boss thinks he has a 'licence' to play mind games with his rivals.
We're better than you - Rafa slams Fergie again
Robin van Persie is out of next week's Champions League clash with Manchester United.
Van Persie and Clichy to miss first Champions League semi-final
Roy Keane walked back into the full glare of the football spotlight last night and immediately made a brutal attack on former employers Sunderland and ex-Manchester United team-mates Steve Bruce and Mark Hughes.
Also: Darren Fletcher says Manchester United have two hurdles to jump in an OldTrafford trilogy that could define their season.
Rafael Benitez is preparing to antagonise Sir Alex Ferguson once more with an audacious bid to sign Carlos Tevez.
Also: McLaren Mercedes, who are facing possible expulsion from the Formula One World Championship for cheating and lying to the stewards at the Australian Grand Prix, have told the FIA that they admit the charges against them.
Roy Keane marked his return to management yesterday at Ipswich Town in typically spiky fashion by dismissing the managerial achievements of his former Manchester United team-mates, Steve Bruce, Mark Hughes, Bryan Robson and Paul Ince.
Also: Bernie Ecclestone labelled the Government a "disgrace" last night for not stepping in to help support the British Grand Prix.
Bernie threatens British GP's future yet again
Roy Keane returned to football management with Ipswich Town yesterday and delivered a brutal assessment of the achievements of Manchester United's much-vaunted "class of 1994", stressing that none of his former team-mates can consider himself a true success in the dugout until he wins a trophy.
Substantial illegal bets placed by footballers last year on their own team to lose a league match are "just the tip of the iceberg" of a far-reaching, organised scam, according to several senior insiders from both within the sport itself and the gambling industry.