Tuesday, January 26

United in the news

Prime Minister says clubs must tackle issue of excessive debt as matter of urgency (Kevin Eason, The Times)

On the day he weighed into the argument, Manchester United fans protested outside the club’s Carrington training ground.

FA asks Ferguson and Mancini to help keep the peace in Manchester (Owen Gibson, The Guardian)

The Football Association today warned managers, players and officials from both Manchester clubs against inflaming tensions between fans ahead of the second leg of their Carling Cup tie, as police finalised plans for a beefed-up security operation around Old Trafford.

Rooney: I'm not leaving United (ESPN)

"...as I've said many times before, I'm a United player and I'm very happy here.'

Rochdale extend Heaton Loan (Sky Sports)

Rochdale have extended the loan of Manchester United goalkeeper Tom Heaton until January 31.

Manchester Football: “Green and gold ‘til the club is sold…” (Dany Moran, Body Confidential)

At Old Trafford on Saturday, on the forecourt and in the stands, the fans were just about the only party showing any “class”.

Theatre is new goal for Eric (John Lichfield, New Zealand Herald)

Eric Cantona will complete an unprecedented career shift from the "theatre of dreams" to the Paris stage tomorrow.

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