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Evening Report: November 23

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Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is set to replace Mark Hughes as Queens Park Rangers manager after the latter was sacked on Friday morning.

Redknapp will reportedly watch from the stands in Saturday's game against Manchester United, before taking charge next week.

Sir Alex Ferguson said it was a 'really proud moment' to see a statue of himself unveiled at Old Trafford .

The 70-year-old celebrated 26 years as the club's manager earlier in November, and has won 12 league titles in his distinguished Manchester United career.

Chelsea midfielder Oscar has set his sights on winning 'the biggest titles' with the Blues, and hopes to end this season with the Premier League title.

Oscar has been in impressive form for the Blues since his £25 million summer move from Internacional.

Roberto Mancini says Manchester City supporters must be patient as the club continue to find their feet in the Champions League.

City crashed out of the competition at the first hurdle for the second successive season, following a draw with Real Madrid.

Ivan Gazidis says Arsene Wenger will get more money to spend in the transfer market, after Arsenal announced a renewed sponsorship deal with Emirates.

The airline have agreed a £150 million extension to their current contract with Arsenal.

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