Speaking to talkSPORT's Jim White about hearing the news of Ferguson's illness, Young said: "I was deeply affected, sad and I was lost for words".
Now in charge of West Ham and preparing to face his former club, Moyes is heartened by the positive reports regarding Ferguson's recovery. "His family asked for privacy and that's what I'm going to respect". Mourinho outlined why the midfielder, who joined in 2006, is to be part of his coaching staff. His most famous son had missed Rovers' final match of the season at home to League 1 champions Wigan to rush to his father's bedside in hospital.
Mr Hamlyn said: "The most common form of haemorrhage for a man of his age with a history of cardiovascular issues is intracerebral, in which there is bleeding within the brain tissue, causing irreparable damage to those cells". "And not just football, society is not full of them". Now when his body says enough, the club and myself will want to keep the man.
Marouane Fellaini will also be unavailable for the trip to the London Stadium with a muscular injury.
Mourinho will be without Romelu Lukaku and Marouane Fellaini, who has picked up a muscle problem, against the Hammers, but Alexis Sanchez is fit after missing the defeat by Brighton last Friday.
"We have been thinking about him and his family, I know them all well".
"I've never been coached by him, unfortunately, yet I know well his incomparable legacy on this club, that winning mentality and fighting [gene] that we must honour in the last three games of the season, especially in the FA Cup final".
China agrees to grant Japan 200b yuan RQFII quota
"I want to raise Japan-China relations to a new level", Abe said, adding that he also planned to visit Beijing later this year. He said he looks forward to more of such high-level visits between the two neighbors.
BOE downs the pound, weak US CPI hardly helps
If this rebounds as they expect then it is likely we could see a rate rise at any one of the upcoming meetings including June. Inflation is also expected to be lower in 2018 than expected three months ago, at 2.4% rather than 2.7%.