Monday, November 16

United in the news

Sir Alex Ferguson will be forced to speak to the BBC under new Premier League rules (Duncan White, Daily Telegraph)

Ferguson has not spoken to the BBC since 2004 when Panorama ran a documentary which portrayed his son, Jason, an agent, as using his father’s status to gain influence in the transfer market.

AC and Juve eye up Nani (Antony Kastrinakis, The Sun)

Juve are keen on a January swoop and could even attempt a loan deal with an option to buy at the end of the season for around £15million.

Evans in new Utd ref rap (Dean Jones, The Sun)

"Sometimes you have to beat the referee as well - and that is what we have to do."

Alex Ferguson punishment hints at dawning of new era in Premier League (Duncan White, Daily Telegraph)

Are we witnessing the autumn of the patriarch? Have football's institutions finally conquered their extreme case of Fergiephobia?

Confused Ben Foster contemplates Manchester United exit in battle to retain England No 1 jersey for 2010 World Cup (Daily Mail)

'It's a weird one,' he admitted.' I am third choice for Manchester United at the moment yet I am playing for my country.

City facing Euro ban if they don't break even (Ian Herbet, The Independent)

There is indignation at City that the levels of investment by Sheikh Mansour are being frowned upon in a way that debt-leveraged clubs are not.

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