Watch: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer score for Man Utd against Liverpool

Watch Ole Gunnar Solskjaer score the winning goal for Manchester United against Liverpool in their FA Cup fifth round match in 1999.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on his Man United 'dream'

Speaking in July, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says managing Manchester United was 'always the dream'.

Hoffenheim: German police investigate drone use during training

The use of a drone during Hoffenheim's final training session before a Bundesliga game is being investigated by German police.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: What can Man Utd expect from interim manager?

Charming, engaging and a club legend, but what can Manchester United expect from interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?

Celtic 3-0 Motherwell: First-half goals ensure hosts top Scottish Premiership

Celtic returned to the top of the Scottish Premiership after a first-half blitz ensured a comfortable home victory over Motherwell.

Jose Mourinho 'not making comments' on Manchester United sacking

Jose Mourinho says he will not be talking about his departure from Manchester United out of the "deepest respect" for his former colleagues.

Bayern Munich 1-0 RB Leipzig: Franck Ribery strikes late winner

Franck Ribery scores late on as Bayern Munich move six points behind Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund by beating RB Leipzig.

Man Utd director of football: Is Paul Mitchell in the frame and how will role work?

Manchester United are set to appoint their first director of football but what does the position involve?

Arsenal 0-2 Tottenham: Spurs reach Carabao Cup semi-finals

Dele Alli shines as Tottenham claim victory over Arsenal to book their place in the Carabao Cup semi-finals.

Carabao Cup semi-finals: Manchester City face Burton, Tottenham draw Chelsea

Defending champions Manchester City will face League One side Burton in the Carabao Cup semi-finals.

Chelsea 1-0 Bournemouth: Eden Hazard goal sends Blues into semi-finals

Substitute Eden Hazard comes off the bench to score a late winner as Chelsea beat Bournemouth to reach the Carabao Cup semi-finals.

Dele Alli: Tottenham player hit on head by bottle during Carabao Cup tie v Arsenal

Tottenham's Dele Alli is struck on the head by a plastic bottle thrown from the crowd during the Carabao Cup quarter-final with Arsenal.







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Safety advice ahead of Iolaire service

Western Isles Council has warned of transport and road restrictions during the service at Stornoway's Iolaire Memorial.

Administrators unable to sell Fort William dive centre as going concern

The Underwater Centre in Fort William collapsed after being hit by the downturn in the oil and gas industry.

Poole's Twin Sails bridge reopens temporarily

The bridge will lift less frequently and at half speed until investigation work begins in January.

Amputee Thames Valley PC walks again for first time

PC Tom Dorman's leg was amputated after a car hit his stationary vehicle while he was on duty.

Council sent sex assault victim's details to attacker

The child's mother said to give a sex offender "personal data about his survivor is disgraceful".

Matthew Waite: Yorkshire all-rounder signs one-year contract extension

Yorkshire all-rounder Matthew Waite signs a new one-year contract extension to keep him at the club until the end of 2020.

Nathan Buck: Northamptonshire seamer extends deal at Wantage Road

Northamptonshire paceman Nathan Buck signs a contract extension with the county until the end of the 2021 season.

Cameron Delport: Essex sign batsman for 2019 and 2020 T20 Blast

Essex sign former Leicestershire batsman Cameron Delport for the 2019 and 2020 editions of the T20 Blast.

Man found opposite Houses of Parliament dies

He was found lying unresponsive outside Westminster Underground Station late on Tuesday night.

McLaren have 'cautious optimism' for 2019

McLaren say 2019 is an "important year" as they seek a route back to competitiveness following one of the worst F1 seasons in their history.

Alexander Perepilichnyy died of natural causes, coroner rules

Coroner discounts poisoning claims and says there was "no direct evidence" he was murdered.

George HW Bush's sponsorship of Filipino child detailed in letters

A charity reveals the exchanges George HW Bush had with a Filipino boy over 10 years.

Lee Child channelling his inner Jack Reacher in a fight

Lee Child's Jack Reacher novels about a former military policeman have sold over 100 million copies.

The long way round: Carl Frampton's route back to world title contention

Carl Frampton has fallen back in love with boxing and now, after 22 months, feels ready to return to the top of the featherweight division.

McKenna Cup: Outfield goalkeepers to increase - Mickey Harte

Tyrone boss Mickey Harte expects an increase in the number of goalkeepers who can double as outfield players in inter-county football.

On-loan Leinster second row Ian Nagle set to make first Ulster start

On-loan Leinster second row Ian Nagle is set to make his first Ulster start in Friday's Pro14 inter-provincial against Munster.

PDC World Darts: Fermanagh man Brendan Dolan storms into third round

Fermanagh man Brendan Dolan storms into the third round of the PDC World Championship by beating 14th seed Joe Cullen 3-0.

Wednesday's headlines: Away in a storm and 100 days to Brexit

The roof blown off a nativity, Stakeknife and the Brexit countdown feature in the papers.

Brexit: Leo Varadkar says Brexit is a 'major threat' to Ireland

The Irish prime minister says Brexit has major implications for peace and security.

Two men arrested in connection with Roscommon house attack

The arrests follow a violent confrontation at a house in County Roscommon last weekend.

NI fishermen satisfied with quotas following EU talks

The EU has agreed to a big rise in the share of whiting in an annual negotiation on catch quotas.

Court delays 'make victims withdraw' - PSNI detective

Delays in getting cases to NI courts are causing some victims to withdraw, say the PSNI.

Vets' prescribing habits 'could affect human health'

NI's chief vet criticises some of his fellow professionals for the way they prescribe drugs.

Brexit: NI Affairs Committee to open Irish backstop inquiry

The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee will look at how the Irish border backstop would work.

Loyalist killer Michael Stone's parole to be challenged

The sister of a victim of Michael Stone wins permission to challenge his eligibility to seek parole.

Young drivers 'need more alcohol education', judge says

A district judge says young motorists need more education about the effects of alcohol.

East Belfast may get Irish-medium school

The proposed nursery and primary school would be the first in the east of the city.

Ballymurphy shootings: Experts uncertain over bullet

The inquest hears ballistics experts cannot be certain which kind of bullet struck John McKerr.

Brexit: PSNI to recruit an extra 308 officers after funding boost

The force will recruit an extra 308 staff with £16.48m in additional funding from the Treasury.

Fans gather to see Port Talbot's Banksy

A new artwork by the elusive artist Banksy in Port Talbot has drawn a lot of attention to the town.

Jeremy Corbyn accused of 'stupid woman' jibe at Theresa May

Jeremy Corbyn faces Tory calls to apologise to Theresa May - but Labour say he said "stupid people".