Wednesday, November 18

United in the news

Dzeko rules out United switch (The Sun)

Edin Dzeko has ruled out a switch to Manchester United by insisting he wants to join AC Milan next season.

Manchester United's Nemanja Vidic insists he is 100 per cent fit and back to his best (Julian Bennetts, Daily Telegraph)

Nemanja Vidic says he is back to his best after shaking off a series of injuries that he believes have stopped him from hitting top form this season.

Manchester United captain Gary Neville's elite referee claims rubbished by Jeff Winter (Rob Stewart, Daily Telegraph)

Former Premier League referee Jeff Winter has hit back at Manchester United skipper Gary Neville's calls for the biggest games to be reserved for "a few elite officials". More.

United affront! Gary Neville needs to take off his red-tinted specs and let referees get on with the job (Graham Poll, Daily Mail)

What Neville really wants is for referees to stop making mistakes which he perceives as costly to United; what he fails to see is that he is so ensconced with the champions that his red tinted spectacles are giving him a very one-sided view.

Ferguson set for defeat over referee demands (Ian Herbert, The Independent)

Manchester United's demands for fitter, elite referees to officiate in top fixtures are destined to be rejected, with the football authorities satisfied that the current regime does not need improving. More.

Nemanja Vidic: Rio Ferdinand is a great player and he'll bounce back for Manchester United (David Maddock, Daily Mirror)

Nemanja Vidic has dismissed claims Rio Ferdinand is over the hill.

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