Thursday, November 19

United in the news

Rio out until New Year (Neil Custis, The Sun)

The England centre-back has been told he needs another six weeks of rest and physio work before his back will be strong enough for Premier League football.

Agents over-protecting 'fragile' modern players, says Sir Alex Ferguson (Paul Hayward, The Guardian)

Speaking at a League Managers Association dinner to honour the 14 surviving coaches who have presided over 1,000-plus league games, Ferguson accused agents of "conducting most transfers now".

Foster's England dream will delight The Boss (Andy Cole, The Independent)

I haven't specifically talked to Foster or Sir Alex about the issue, but I do know from years of experience that The Boss is always delighted to have players who are hungry to play.

Vidic boost for United after defender returns to action in Serbia stroll (Daily Mail)

The 28-year-old was given the green light to play 70 minutes in this afternoon's World Cup warm-up against South Korea at Craven Cottage.

Ruud van Nistelrooy issues come and get me plea to Spurs and Manchester City (Daily Mail)

Reports in Spain say Spurs and City are both watching the former Manchester United player's developments with interest.

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