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When Manchester United overlooked Jose Mourinho and chose David Moyes to be the successor to Alex Ferguson, the club gambled on a manager without a winning mentality or experience of European soccer - and with no trophies on his resume.
What was looking like a gripping finale to the Premier League title race is starting to turn into a procession for Liverpool.
Manchester United's debt dropped by 18 percent as the Premier League leaders floated on the New York Stock Exchange and sponsorship revenue rose, according to the club's latest financial results.
The English take losing hard, and we're not just talking about former colonies.
Fliers can stop sharpening their elbows. Overhead bins are getting bigger.
Airlines already have imposed two broad fare increases in 2012, but the latest effort to raise prices is stalling.
Admirable footballer that he is, Rio Ferdinand can also be a Grade-A pain at times. Think back to his elbowing of Hull's Craig Fagan in January or, last month, how he infuriatingly poked his nose in while referee Mark Clattenburg and his assistant were in the middle of a touchline discussion about whether to allow Nani's bizarre goal against Tottenham.
Shareholders of United and Continental airlines voted Friday to approve a combination of their companies that would create the world's biggest airline and could have far-reaching effects on where they fly and how much they charge passengers.
The Justice Department said Friday that it has no more antitrust concerns about the deal that would combine United and Continental into the world's largest airline.