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Defeat to old club Everton might be the most damning yet for the United boss, writes Daniel Storey.
We catch up with Reds cult hero Luis Garcia ahead of his Anfield return on Easter Monday.
Listen to Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold's latest podcast as they discuss the state of the NFC West.
Jamie Redknapp says that Jose Mourinho should focus on his own failings rather than blame match officials.
Team news for Friday's League One clash between Gillingham and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Priestfield Stadium.
Gillingham manager Peter Taylor continues to monitor several players ahead of Friday night's visit of promotion-chasing Wolves.
Chris Whelpdale returned to action in last Sunday's 2-2 draw against Walsall after a spell on the sidelines but was feeling pain in his ankle late on.
He was due to be assessed ahead of the New Year's Day trip to Stevenage, which duly fell victim to a waterlogged pitch, and will now be checked over again - along with Danny Hollands (knee), Amine Linganzi and Myles Weston (both hamstring), who have missed out altogether of late.
Striker Danny Kedwell is not expected to feature having been scheduled to undergo a hernia operation on Thursday.
Goalkeeper Carl Ikeme has added to Wolves' injury woes ahead of Friday night's trip to Gillingham.
Ikeme has been ruled out for four to six weeks with a fractured bone in his hand, forcing Kenny Jackett to recall Aaron McCarey from his loan spell at York to provide cover for Wayne Hennessey, who is now expected to start at Priestfield.
Wolves' 1-1 draw at Tranmere on New Year's Day proved a costly one as Ethan Ebanks-Landell also sustained a knee injury and is set to miss out at Gillingham, while fellow defender Richard Stearman was sent off and is now suspended.
Wanderers were already without Jack Price (knee), James Henry (groin), Matt Doherty (hamstring) and Liam McAlinden.
Scott Minto and Guillem Balague will be joined by Graham Hunter and former Real Mallorca defender Marcelino on this week's Revista de La Liga to dissect all the news, views and goals from another thrilling week of Spanish football.
Re-live a great night in Manchester as Scott Quigg won in style and Anthony Crolla beat John Murray.
It's Hammer time on Easter Sunday when Sam Allardyce drops in!