Monday, February 1

United in the news

Nani adds an extra dimension as United close gap on Chelsea (Oliver Kay, The Times)

On the day that television coverage of football was taken into three dimensions, the Barclays Premier League title race reverted to a more familiar two.

William Gallas the star of Arsenal horror show (Matt Dickinson, The Times)

Why was Gallas sauntering back over the halfway line when United’s third goal was rolled in by Park Ji Sung? More.

Ferguson praises Nani (BBC Sport)

"His last three games have been absolutely first class but today was his best."

Wenger: We were poor (Arsenal Mania)

"We gave them always too much room, we were naive. I believe we have to stick together now, recover and produce a much better performance next Sunday [against Chelsea].

United prepared to break bank to keep hold of Wayne Rooney (Matt Hughes, The Times)

“We would hope Wayne would stay with us until he has finished playing,” Gill said.

Man Utd’s David Gill goes on PR offensive (Paul Hurst, The Sport Review)

Gill — who famously said to a United fans group that if he could, he’d be “behind the barricades” with them, in the build-up to the takeover in 2005 — has become an increasingly unpopular figure amongst United fans. His latest comments to the BBC today are not likely to increase his popularity.

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