Friday, November 20

United in news

Andy Cole blasts Manchester United for failing to sign Fernando Torres (David McDonnell, The Sun)

"We all make mistakes and not signing Torres was one, because I've spoke to several of the current United players about him and they all say the same thing: 'Top, top player'.

Manchester United v Everton classics: Sportsmail remembers four famous matches from the past between the English giants (Nick Metcalfe, Daily Mail)

Manchester United play Everton on Saturday evening at Old Trafford, in a match between two of the 'Big Five' as some of us still refer to mentally at times. (Apologies folks, but I still struggle to think of Chelsea as a bigger club than Everton or Tottenham Hotspur). More.

Banned - but Sir Alex Ferguson will still be in the dugout when Manchester United tackle Everton (Daily Mail)

The Football Association have confirmed Ferguson's two-match touchline ban does not start until 14 days after the disciplinary panel hearing, which was held last week.

Phil Neville will never go blue (Sky Sports)

He said: "Joining City is not something that will ever happen. When you have got red blood you cannot see yourself with blue blood. You go there and they have blue ketchup... it's just like 'What are they doing?'.

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