Friday, January 8

United in the news

Sun setting on Manchester United's ‘golden generation’ (Oliver Kay, The Times)

There comes a time in every sportsman’s career when his body and his mind, in unison, tell him: “No more.”

Ryan Giggs says United will bounce back from FA Cup defeat (The Guardian)

"It is up to us to work hard and get back to winning ways."

Macheda in demand in Italy (The Sun)

Bologna are keen to snap up the 18-year-old, who has not made a Premier League appearance for United this season, on loan.

Neville set to quit football (Neil Custis, The Sun)

The Manchester United hero is out of contract in June and there are no plans to offer a new one.

Laurent Blanc declines to discuss his Bordeaux future until the end of the season (Daily Mail)

There are also suggestions that the 44-year-old is being lined up as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor at Manchester United.

Giggs to receive freedom of Salford (Daily Telegraph)

Giggs, 36, will join an illustrious list of previous recipients, including Nelson Mandela, LS Lowry and fellow Welshman David Lloyd George.

Upset would have sent Fergie to force 10 (Andy Cole, The Independent)

I've been in the Manchester United dressing room after surprising defeats and it's not pretty.

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