Tuesday, February 2

United in the news

Nani finally steps out of Ronaldo's shadow (John Cross, The Mirror)

Portuguese winger Nani last night insisted his Manchester United career is finally ready for take-off.

Court battle will reveal how, at just 24, Manchester United star Rooney's earning power has made him a £35m fortune (Chris Wheeler, Daily Mail)

Rooney's former agents are suing the Manchester United striker and his wife Coleen for more than £4million in unpaid commission.

Wembley final place on line as Rio Ferdinand appeals again (James Ducker, The Times)

Rio Ferdinand will risk missing the Carling Cup final after lodging an appeal with the FA yesterday against his increased ban for violent conduct.

Super Bowl no longer on top in world TV audience (Dallas Morning News)

The Champions League final between Barcelona and Manchester United, on May 27, drew an average audience of 109 million while the Super Bowl between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Arizona Cardinals on Feb. 1, attracted three million less.

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