<strong>Ferguson lands FAcharge</strong><br />FOOTBALL: Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson was yesterday charged with improper conduct by the Football Association for his comments on referee Alan Wiley.<br /><br />Ferguson questioned Wiley&rsquo;s fitness after the 2-2 draw with Sunderland on 3 October and could face a hefty fine or touchline ban if found guilty.<br /><br />He has two weeks to respond and can request a personal hearing if he wishes.<br /><br />Meanwhile, United duo Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs have both been ruled out of United&rsquo;s Champions League trip to CSKA Moscow tomorrow through injury.<br /><br /><strong>Johnson&rsquo;s next for Klitschko </strong><br />BOXING: Vitali Klitschko will make the next defence of his WBC heavyweight title against unbeaten American Kevin Johnson on December 12 in Switzerland.<br /><br />This will be the Ukrainian&rsquo;s third defence of the year after already having beaten Juan Carlos Gomez and Chris Arreola.<br /><br /><strong>Hughton handed Magpies role</strong><br />FOOTBALL: Chris Hughton has confirmed he is in talks about taking the Newcastle manager&rsquo;s job on a permanent basis.<br /><br />Hughton has guided the Magpies to second in the Championship table and revealed yesterday he plans to discuss his future with managing director Derek Llambias after Saturday&rsquo;s game with Doncaster.<br /><br />&ldquo;I am honoured to be offered the job,&rdquo; Hughton said. &ldquo;We are still in negotiations, but it is something we hope will get resolved.&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>Champ Tweddle in quit threat</strong><br />GYMNASTICS: New world champion Beth Tweddle says she could quit the sport before the 2012 Olympics if she suffers a dip in form.<br /><br />At 24, Tweddle is one of the oldest competitors on the circuit and says she will retire if she is no longer competitive. <br /><br />&ldquo; If my results start to decrease, then maybe it&rsquo;s time to bow out,&rdquo; she admitted.