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Manchester United Media Watch – April 1st, 2010

A week is a long time in a busy life especially with so many stories featuring Manchester United to keep up with. Truly Reds now makes it easier to stay updated by bringing you the big stories making headlines in the football media – Every Thursday

Ferguson misses home comfort in run in – The Independent

Ryan Giggs in shock comeback for Wales? Not Likely! – BBC Football

Hargreaves back training with first team – Daily Mail

Evra will be a United legend – Fan Cast

No imminent bid from Red KnightsReuters

“It’s going down to the wire” Ferguson – Manchester Evening News

Will United REALLY be valued at €4.5 Billion by 2020? – Irish Times

Vidic desperate for Barca revenge – Daily Mirror

Ferguson’s fond memories of  Bayern Munich 1999 – The People

Mourinho prepared to play a waiting game for Fergie’s job – The Star

The super 1993/94 team may have been the greatest of all – The Times

Fans can rely on United stars to talk – The Independent

Does anyone remember Anfield being United’s HOME  GROUND? – The Guardian

An ultimate test ahead for United without RooneyThe Times

Football world reaction to Rooney’s injuryThe Independent

And as can be expected, United remains totally united in their strong belief in each other:

Vidic backs United turnaround to silence critics

Fletcher confident that a lesson has been learned

Van der Sar “Rooney injury won’t halt United”

Park confident United will overturn deficit

Ferguson “The away goal is  an advantage, the tie is not dead”

Finally, for members of the “United is a one man team” brigade, here is a statistical FACT from The Times – Manchester United have won 10 of their past 11 Premier League games when they have been without their star striker, drawing the other.

How will United cope without Rooney?


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