David Moyes insists he is not concerned about revelations in Sir Alex Ferguson's book derailing his attempts to turn around Manchester United's poor start to the season.

Ferguson's "My autobiography" will go on general sale later this week.

Former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabrgeas has seemingly poked fun at his role in the infamous 'pizza gate' scandal mentioned in Ferguson's book - by liking a picture of a slice of pizza on Instagram.

Fabregas is believed to be the player who launched a pizza at Ferguson in the battle of the buffet after Arsenal's defeat against the Red Devils in 2004.

Chelsea 'keeper Petr Cech believes Eden Hazard can be the man for Chelsea this season.

The Belgian scored against Cardiff at the weekend, and Cech believes he is already playing better than he did last season.

Yaya Toure says he is desperate for Manchester City to go as 'far as possible' in the Champions League this season.

City take on CSKA Moscow in Russia tomorrow.

Tottenham midfielder Sandro says it was 'emotional' making his full return to action against Aston Villa over the weekend.

The Brazilian missed most of last season through injury and made his first league start of the campaign in the win at Villa Park on Sunday.

And finally, Barcelona's director of sport Andoni Zubizarreta has warned the Catalan club they must not be complacent when they take on AC Milan in the Champions League.

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