Friday, January 29

United in the news

United taunt City and insist: You’re still our banner stays put! (Chris Wheeler, Daily Mail)

The battle of Manchester may be over but there is no end in sight to the war as United and City withdrew to reflect on a momentous Carling Cup clash.

New star's amazing rise from non-league football to Old Trafford (Tom Pettifor, The Mirror)

When Theresa Smalling heard the familiar Glaswegian voice at the other end of the line she nearly dropped the phone.

United may appeal over Rio Ferdinand ban (David Anderson, The Mirror)

Manchester United may risk Rio Ferdinand's Carling Cup Final place by appealing against his four-match ban.

Smalling is ruled out of Fulham's clash with United (Oliver Kay, The Times)

Allowing him to play would put all parties in a difficult position before his £12 million summer move to Old Trafford.

Believe me, it takes time to make the jump in class (Andy Townsend, Daily Mail)

This is a feel-good story and we should wish him well. Dreams can still come true.

Is Rooney the white Pele? There’s some way to go but he has the God-given potential (Jeff Powell, Daily Mail)

This is not what Manchester United fans had in mind the other night when they hoisted a banner proclaiming Wayne Rooney as the white Pele...

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