Thursday, March 25

United in the news

Worry over Rooney knee injury (Daily Mail)

Wayne Rooney is facing a difficult battle to be fit for Saturday's game at Bolton after sitting out two days of training.

Bucs haven't suffered because of United - Glazer (

Bucs co-chairman Joel Glazer said his family's commitment to the Bucs has not wavered since their purchase of the Manchester United soccer club and vowed they will do "whatever we've got to do to win."

The Glazers feel the heat (Zae, Vital Football)

Don't get fooled though: it does not necessarily mean that the Glazers are considering giving up on United.

Chelsea demolish Portsmouth 5-0 to go within a point of United (Metro)

Drogba set them on their way when David James raced out of his area to make a clearance but missed the ball, ­leaving the Ivory Coast striker to tap into an empty net.

Hargreaves: I feared I'd never play again (David McDonnell, The Mirror)

"I wouldn't say I'm pain-free," said Hargreaves. "I'm still in the process of getting some injections to try to manage the pain."

Robben brilliance sends Bayern through to final (

FC Bayern M√ľnchen will meet Werder Bremen in the German Cup final after Arjen Robben scored a brilliant individual goal.

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