Manchester United sack manager David Moyes

Manchester United have sacked their manager David Moyes.

Moyes had only been in charge for 10 months since taking over from the retiring Sir Alex Ferguson.

Although having been chosen by Ferguson himself, Moyes suffered many losses away and at home.

United are set to record their lowest ever points total in the Premier League, and could miss out on any European competition for the first time since 1990.

The early favourites to replace him include Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp and current United player-coach Ryan Giggs.


Round-up: Football season intensifies

Football:Liverpool beat Manchester City to give them the initiative in the Premier League title race. The Reds have a five point lead over Chelsea and a six point lead over City, although the Manchester side have a game in hand.

In the lower leagues, Leicester, Wolves and Brentford have all been promoted, in a list that could soon be expanded.

Cricket:the Indian Premier League, or IPL, has had the first round of fixtures. The competing teams include the Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians.

England have named a new head coach to replace Andy Flower. Former coach and current Lancashire coach Peter Moores will take charge of the team.

other sport:Laura Robson has been ruled out of the French Open; Lewis Hamilton has won the opening Grand Prix. And we hope that we can continue to make regular posts!

Norwich sack Hughton

Norwich City have sacked manager Chris Hughton and replaced him with youth team coach Neil Adams.

The former Birmingham boss hasn’t had the best season, with signings that turned out to be flops. Norwich are 16th, although they are five points above the relegation places.

Norwich face a crucial match next weekend at Fulham, but have one of the toughest run-ins as they face Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.