Tuesday, November 10

United in the news

Manchester United tracking Bordeaux hot shot Marouane Chamakh (Daily Mail)

United have run the rule over Bordeaux’s Marouane Chamakh (pictured).

Man Utd fans’ Bridge hell (Martin Blackburn, The Sun)

United fans were involved in a mass crush as they struggled to get into Chelsea on Sunday.

Wayne Rooney joins up with England after being warned about his conduct (Dominic Fifield, The Guardian)

Wayne Rooney will join up with the England squad at their Hertfordshire base tomorrow having been warned by the Football Association as to his future conduct after being caught mouthing "12 men" into a television camera after Manchester United's 1-0 defeat to Chelsea on Sunday.

Sir Alex Ferguson's latest let off shows why football still doesn't get Respect (Kevin Garside, Daily Telegraph)

His let-off is one reason why the beautiful game is so ugly to watch.

Fletcher and O'Shea fuel United's rifts with referees (Mark Fleming, the Independent)

The hounding of referee Martin Atkinson continued yesterday, this time by Manchester United players Darren Fletcher, Wes Brown and John O'Shea.

Frank Lampard: Brazil would want Wayne Rooney in their team (Daily Mirror)

He said: “We’ve got top, top players, some of the best in the world. You’re talking about Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard, John Terry and Rio Ferdinand.I am absolutely sure Brazil would want them in their team.”

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