Tuesday, February 16

United in the news

Rooney driven by final agony (Martin Lipton, The Mirror)

But when Wayne Rooney runs out in the San Siro tonight, it will be about exorcising two of the ghosts that haunt him.

AC Milan v Manchester United: match preview (Mark Ogden, Daily Telegraph)

Until their 3-2 home victory against Udinese last Friday, Milan had managed just two points from four games.

The Becks factor! The less you see of David Beckham the better he gets... (Martin Samuel, Daily Mail)

He will have looked perfectly at home as the flashbulbs exploded and the microphones crowded the table in front of him at the Milanello sports facility, on the outskirts of Milan, yesterday.

Vidic tries Fergie's patience with latest injury (David Anderson, The Mirror)

Wantaway defender Nemanja Vidic is continuing to try Sir Alex Ferguson's patience by claiming he can't play.

Q&A: Can Aging AC Milan Defeat Manchester United? (Goal.com)

In terms of quality and quantity this Milan side is far inferior to the 2005 outfit.

Majority back Champions League play-offs idea... but Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool set to oppose scheme (Simon Cass, Daily Mail)

Between 12 and 16 clubs are believed to be keen to explore the issue.

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