Thursday, February 11

United in the news

Reckless Nani ruins Manchester United's chance to go top (Kevin McCarra, The Guardian)

United kept their poise in a match that could have been unbalanced by the red card for the visitors' winger Nani.

Giggs sent for X-ray on arm injury suffered against Villa (Daily Telegraph)

Giggs injured himself in a clash with Steve Sidwell during the second half of United's 1-1 draw at Villa Park and immediately clutched his arm.

Saha strikes to sink Chelsea and keep title race wide open (Peter Lansley and Matt Hughes, The Times)

The Manchester United old boy scored twice last night to inflict a rare defeat on Chelsea and keep his former club in the thick of the Barclays Premier League title battle.

Analysis: Indiscipline Robs Red Devils Of Chance To Top Premier League Table (

Rio Ferdinand’s ‘frivolous’ appeal and Nani’s mindless lunge on Stiliyan Petrov both had an effect on the 1-1 draw against Aston Villa.

Ferguson happy with work-rate (James Riach, Sky Sports)

"Everyone on the pitch worked their socks off and played fantastic football," he told Sky Sports.

Rooney's business manager Stretford: I didn't need a deal with the United striker (Daily Mail)

Rooney's business manager Paul Stretford claims the bond between him and the player is such that the Manchester United striker has not signed a contract since 2006.

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