Tuesday, February 9

United in the news

United and Chelsea on alert as Ribery casts doubt on Bayern Munich future (Andrew Slevison, Tribal Football)

The France international believes Bayern may not be up to the challenges of European football and has admitted that a move could very well be on the cards.

Unpredictable title campaign again turns into Chelsea versus United (Jamie Jackson, The Guardian)

Once again the Premier League looks as if it will be won by one of the two teams who have finished as champions for the past five seasons.

Quieroz - Fletcher is a role model (Michael Grant, Scotland Herald)

Portugal manager Carlos Quieroz says Scotland captain Darren Fletcher is a role model for young people all over the world.

How misinterpreted Mark was left all radio ga-ga at Old Trafford (Metro)

He was handed a green and gold scarf. All of a sudden he's confronted by a steward who threatens to call the police and have him arrested for breach of the peace.

Rooney sued for £11.5million (Jerry Lawton, Daily Star)

Wayne Rooney looked stunned yesterday as a court was told agents want £11.5m of his fortune.

Is God a Manchester United fan? (Banke Orimolade, 234next)

I have pondered it often and I am now forced to reach the conclusion that maybe God is a Manchester United supporter.

Billionaire Mukesh Ambani sets sights on buying Liverpool (Helen Power, The Times)

Liverpool emerged as a takeover target for the seventh-richest man in the world last night as the pressure mounted on Tom Hicks and George Gillett Jr to cut a deal to sell Anfield.

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