Saturday, January 9

United in the news

Ferguson: There is no cold war with the Glazers at Manchester United (Ian Ladyman, Daily Mail)

"I don't have any concerns about the financial situation. There is absolutely no issue at all with the club's finances. I have no issue at all. I am really confident about that."
Time for Glazers to back Fergie (Terry Venables, The Sun)

We will see whether the Glazers are genuinely as serious as they say they are about backing Alex Ferguson's bid to extend the club's domestic and European dominance into the next decade and beyond.

Vidic ruled out for Birmingham and Burnley games (David McDonnell, The Mirror)

Nemanja Vidic has been ruled out for 10 days with the injury that forced his late withdrawal from Manchester United's FA Cup defeat to Leeds.

Mame Biram Diouf poised to make his Manchester United debut (The Guardian)

Diouf was signed from the Norwegian club Molde in the summer but has only recently been able to link up with the Old Trafford club.

Ferguson's defining moment came thanks to Mark Robins' goal 20 years ago (Mark Ogden, Daily Telegraph)

Imagine a world in which Howard Kendall became Manchester United manager in place of plain old Alex Ferguson in the early weeks of 1990.

Ferguson admits he is gambling on Rooney's fitness (Ian Herbert, Independent)

"Yes, that is a possibility," he said. "It's true that we don't have great options, if Rooney were to get injured..."

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