Friday, November 6

United in the news

Plan for two-tier Premier League with Celtic and Rangers back on agenda (David Conn, the Guardian)

The proposal by Bolton Wanderers' chairman, Phil Gartside, for an expanded two-division Premier League which would include Celtic and Rangers has been revived and is on the agenda for next Thursday's Premier League clubs' meeting. More.

Frustrated Tomasz Kuszczak launches blistering attack on Edwin van der Sar (Daniel Taylor, The Guardian)

"To be honest, I must say this, and Edwin doesn't like this too much, for sure, but he doesn't help me too much," he said. "I have told him a few times already to give me some more advice because he's got more experience and got many more games under his belt. More.

Impact against Chelsea vital for Michael Owen's England chances (Matt Huges and James Ducker, The Times)

Michael Owen’s hopes of an England recall rest on Sir Alex Ferguson’s team selection for Manchester United’s trip to Chelsea on Sunday in the Barclays Premier League. More.

Wayne Rooney: I want to follow Ryan Giggs' example and stay at Manchester United (Mark Ogden, Daily Telegraph)

Wayne Rooney is ready to spend the rest of his career at Manchester United after admitting he wants to emulate Ryan Giggs's longevity at Old Trafford. More.

Striker joins Gillingham on loan (The Mirror)

Gillingham have signed Manchester United striker Febian Brandy on a three-month loan deal. More.

Neville soft on United thugs (David Custis, The Sun)

Gary Neville has played down crowd trouble caused by Manchester United fans in the Carling Cup tie at Barnsley. More.

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