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Manchester United shares shoot up

 If football is all about business - then it must be a good day in the officefor Manchester United who's shares got a six percent raise - after thesacking of David Moyes. The share price which leaped to R202  is the  highest sinceAlex Ferguson stepped down in May 2013. Moyes was axed yesterday - after leaving the club in shambles - seventh onthe log with four games remaining and out of champions league next season. Former Man United midfielder - Ray Wilkins told skysports - Carlo Ancelloticould be the man next in line for the job (Click for Audio)
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  If football is all about business - then it must be a good day in the office for Manchester United who's shares got a six percent raise - after the sacking of David Moyes.   The share price which leaped to R202  is the  highest since Alex Ferguson stepped down in May 2013.   Moyes was axed yesterday - after leaving the club in shambles - seventh on the log with four games remaining and out of champions league next season.   Former Man United midfielder - Ray Wilkins told skysports - Carlo Ancelloti could be the man next in line for the job   (Click for Audio)

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April 23, 2014 - 10:17am