Friday, November 13

United in the news

FA 'flunked it' over Sir Alex Ferguson's touchine ban, says referees' union (Daniel Taylor, The Guardian)

The Football Association has been accused of being too lenient on Sir Alex Ferguson and "flunking" the Alan Wiley case despite making him the first Premier League manager to be banned from the touchline for post-match comments about a referee.

Nani faces Manchester United axe after fall-out with Old Trafford boss Sir Alex Ferguson (Ian Ladyman, Daily Mail)

Nani is on his way out of Manchester United after a furious row with Sir Alex Ferguson.

Wayne Rooney: I want to stay at Manchester United for life (Ian Lupton, Daily Mirror)

Wayne Rooney last night pledged to make himself an Old Trafford legend as he told the Manchester United fans: “I want to be a Red for life.”

Dodgy Korea Move, Park (Mark Irwin, The Sun)

Park Ji Sung is on a collision course with Alex Ferguson after declaring himself fit to play for South Korea tomorrow.

Michael Owen's World Cup dream a long way from reality (Jason Burt, Daily Telegraph)

Michael Owen’s slender hopes of being included in England’s World Cup squad have diminished even further with Fabio Capello all but confirming that he only intends to take four specialist strikers to South Africa.

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