Afternoon Report: May 10

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David Moyes has been backed to succeed as Sir Alex Ferguson's replacement - by the man handed the daunting task of succeeding Manchester United's iconic manager Sir Matt Busby.

Wilf McGuiness, who stepped into the hot seat after Busby's retirement in 1969, says Moyes is the right man for the job.

Yaya Toure says it is important for Manchester City to beat Wigan in the FA Cup final this weekend.

City relenquished their Premier League title to rivals Manchester United this season, and Toure says his side must bounce back and end their campaign on a high.

Gareth Bale has dropped his strongest hint yet that he will not leave Tottenham in the summer.

The Welshman said he is happy that the club are heading in the right direction, and is keen to bring Champions League football back to White Hart Lane.

John Obi-Mikel has labelled Chelsea a 'crazy club' as speculation over who the club's manager next season will be mounts.

However the Nigerian insists the team don't let off-field speculation affect their performances, and says everyone is focused on beating Aston Villa this weekend to secure Champions League qualification.

Aaron Ramsey has been named as Arsenal's player of the month for April.

The Welshman has been in fine form of late, and has helped the Gunners into the top four with two games remaining.

And finally, Barcelona are ready to make a move for Borussia Monchengladbach goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen - according to reports in Spain.

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