Sunday, March 14

United in the news

Boycotting matches is the only way to get Glazers heading for the exits (James Corrigan, The Independent)

But the only people to blame for that are the governing bodies for allowing a situation where owners with no connection to England's biggest clubs can buy them with little more than a fistful of loan notes.

Ferguson hints at Ronaldo return (John Richardson, Daily Express)

Ferguson also knows that Ronaldo’s agent, the respected Jorge Mendes, was keen on the player remaining at Old Trafford but the pull of his boyhood favourite side was too much last summer.
Second bidder eyeing United (Lawrie Holmes, Daily Telegraph)

Sources close to the situation said the emergence of a second party, thought to be a single entity rather than a consortium, has raised the Glazers' valuation of the club to at least £1.6bn.

Harris outlines United masterplan (Neil Ashton, News of the World)

He said: "In any form of takeover you look for as much stability as possible because it is at least for a short while destabilising."

Beckham's green and gold stunt was a load of tosh - the only cause he truly supports is himself (Piers Morgan, Daily Mail)

Touching, wasn’t it? But not, I’m afraid, to the cynical eye like mine.

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