Sunday, January 3

United in the news

Ferguson tells Manchester United to 'behave themselves' against Leeds (Daniel Taylor, The Guardian)

The game has a long history of trouble between the rival sets of supporters and Ferguson will remind his team that Greater Manchester police have deemed it a high-risk occasion and that they should not do anything to stoke the feelings unnecessarily.

Glazer family want £600m bond to cut Manchester United's massive debt (Mail on Sunday)

Manchester United have asked banks to help them raise £600million in a bid to cut the massive debts they owe financial institutions.

Ferguson ready for return of an old enemy (Tim Rich, Independent on Sunday)

"It should be called 'The Luck Cup'," said the man who has won it five times and starts his quest for a sixth.

Simon Grayson: I'd take promotion over FA Cup glory (Michael Morgan, Sunday Mirror)

"I would take promotion every day of the week ahead of beating United."

United weight up move for Hulk (Aidan Magee, News of the World)

Hulk, 23, whose real name is Givanildo Vieira de Souza, has four years left on his contract and is also rated highly by Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

The day Leeds United dreamed of greatness over Manchester United (Rory Smith, Sunday Telegraph)

Almost 10 years ago, Manchester United travelled to Elland Road to face their old rivals Leeds United sitting just three points ahead of David O'Leary's side at the top of the Premier League.

Leeds United grateful for return home of Richard Naylor (David Walsh, Sunday Times)

Last January, Ipswich’s manager at the time, Jim Magilton, called him and asked if he’d fancy a loan move to Leeds.

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