Yorke, who has been working as a TV pundit for AD Sport, told Michael Nasrallah of Goal.com “As much as we sit down here and say Barcelona are the best, which they probably are, don’t tell me they cannot be beaten.” Yorke, who won the competition in 1999 as part of the famous treble winning side, believes that Sir Alex will have been briefing his players on how to quell the threat of the Catalan side’s dangermen – Lionel Messi and Xavi.
2nd December – There are so many stories published about Manchester United that it’s impossible to keep up with all of them. Truly Reds does it’s best to bring you the latest news but only so much can be covered. The only alternative is to collate the news which cannot be updated daily so that we can at least bring it to you every Thursday of every week.
At the end of 12 turbulent days which have almost certainly destroyed a season that had unexpectedly produced so much, everyone at Manchester United must now pick themselves up, see out a season in which for all its promise will most likely not produce anything more substantial than the often maligned Carling Cup, then start planning for a new challenge come next August.