Tuesday, February 23

United in the news

United chief David Gill reassures fans - but he is not the enemy within (Henry Winter, Daily Telegraph)

Gill was responding to a letter from a season-ticket holder, Jim Nutter, articulating the anxiety of thousands of fans who feel "exploited by the avarice'' of the Glazers.

Rodwell is staying at Everton, insists Moyes (David Maddock, The Mirror)

Manchester United have been monitoring the teenager for some years.

Owen bows to Wayne Rooney's greatness from the sidelines (James Ducker, The Times)

Michael Owen could be forgiven for feeling the occasional pang of jealousy towards Wayne Rooney, but the one-time golden boy of English football had nothing but praise last night for the “local scally made good” and the present bearer of that particular crown.

United and Burnley attend Eckersley transfer tribunal (ESPN)

Burnley will discover later this week how much they must pay Manchester United for defender Richard Eckersley.

Ferguson sticks the boot in on football's flashy young stars (Barney Roney, The Guardian)

Under new rules Manchester United's junior players have been banned from wearing anything other than old-school black while on club business.

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