Wednesday, November 11

United in the news

Obertan the bargain boy (Daily Express)

Gabriel Obertan says he is ready to replace expensive buy Nani in the Manchester United team - despite playing just 31 minutes in the Premier League.

The Best of times: Soccer legend's son recalls the downfall of doting dad George (Tamara Cohen, Daily Mail)

Tenderly cradling his sleeping baby son in his arms, this is George Best the doting family man.
Pictures here and more.

'RIP' Paul Scholes (Dan, United Rant)

Whilst strikers come and go, Ronaldo’s goals masked what United is really missing – a true goalscoring midfielder – Paul Scholes.

Scotland manager George Burley delighted that Cheeky Boys Darren Fletcher and James McFadden have grown into men (Graeme Macpherson, Scottish Herald)

Darren Fletcher and James McFadden must grimace any time mention is made of the nickname bestowed upon them by Berti Vogts, but they have long since evolved from promising young pups into mainstays of the Scotland team.

Premier League club going bankrupt is 'inevitable', says Brian Laws (the Guardian)

The Sheffield Wednesday manager Brian Laws said he fears for the future of Premier League clubs after claiming there is a culture of overspending in the top flight.

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