"We are changing a lot - philosophy, culture, standards, training and style," said McClaren.
Charnley said there will be no "panic" over the club's poor form.
Neville almost ready for manager's job
Phil Neville says his coaching role at Valencia feels like a "last year at university", ahead of being ready to take a manager's job himself.
He's described the coaching role as "the final bit of learning and experience I need. Now I am reaching the point where I would like to be a No 1."
The former Manchester United, Everton and England player also reveals in an interview with the Daily Mail how he turned up in a police car on his first day at the Spanish club, and why he was in his pyjamas when manager Nuno Espirito Santo invited him for a beer.
Plus he explains how he will never get over the death of his father in August.
The Beast vs Sumo
Wladimir Klitschko and Tyson Fury's world title fight may be on hold, but Luton boss John Still says Saturday's heavyweight clash of AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa and Hatters defender Steve McNulty will be "worth coming to see".
Cobus de Swardt, managing director of anti-corruption agency Transparency International, said today:
“The criminal investigations at Fifa have now reached the very top, showing that the organisation is not fit for purpose. It needs independent oversight immediately. No statement from the current management about reform can be trusted. Sepp Blatter should have nothing to do with Fifa while these investigations are continuing."
"As we have said in the past, without a real independent reform commission there can be no confidence that FIFA can end this corruption crisis.
"The billions of football fans around the world have watched as FIFA’s name has become synonymous with corruption. It is now time for a change.
“Sepp Blatter should step down immediately.”
Argentina 14-9 Georgia
Rugby World Cup
There could be another shock on the cards at the Rugby World Cup in Gloucester.
The Guardian's David Conn also believes it is still difficult to imagine Blatter stepping down, despite how difficult it could be to continue in his role as Fifa president until February.
He added: “It is incredible to many people he stood for re-election not only earlier this year during a massive corruption scandal, but even in 2011 the rival candidate (Mohamed Bin Hammam of Asia) was knocked off the ballot paper over his own corruption scandal, yet Sepp Blatter has always sailed blissfully on saying he has to be the captain of the ship.
“It seems extraordinary he would stay on as president until the designated time in February, but you would rather bet on him staying on rather than stepping down.”
Blatter investigation 'still stunning news'
Guardian sports writer David Conn has told BBC Radio 5 live it is "still stunning news" Sepp Blatter is being investigated under criminal proceedings in Switzerland.
He said: “You can get too used to it, but if you take a step back a bit, it’s not long ago Fifa denied any wrongdoing and Sepp Blatter’s position seemed unassailable. Now after a serious of corruption scandals the president is being named.
“What is significant is that it comes from the criminal authorities in his own country where he always seemed so comfortable that’s he’s under serious criminal investigation. So you could say not surprised, but it is still startling news.”
BreakingWilson signs new Man Utd contract
James Wilson has signed a new contract at Manchester United until June 2019, with an option to extend for a further year.
Manager Louis van Gaal described the striker, 19, as "a very talented forward player with a keen eye for goal".
"His development is continuing in the right direction and it is clear to see that he has a fine future ahead of him" Van Gaal added.