Tomorrow’s chip paper gives us some good stories today. Sir Alex has reminded Wayne Rooney of his responsibility, Welbeck and Cleverly are set for loan deals, Diarra set to move to United as a result of Cleverly’s switch, Smalling sets big goals, and United prepare to launch the new away kit… you might have seen it somewhere before.
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United midfielder Anderson has spoken to re-assure the clubs supporters about his condition following his brush with tragedy and also inform them of his desire to return to the team.
It seems Wayne Rooney and Anderson have both gotten the attention of Sir Alex with their off the field antics, and Rooney’s rumored punishment may actually be a good thing for United fans. In other news, the hunt for van der Dar’s future replacement continues in Denmark and United may be twice as valuable as Liverpool.
The big news today is Anderson’s car crash after a night of clubbing in Portugal over the weekend. The midfielder had to be removed from his wrecked car before it exploded. Also, Tom Cleverly is reportedly close to a loan move to Newcastle and Rooney (and co.) are set to make their first appearances since the World Cup in Ireland.
With some suggesting that alcohol may have been involved in Anderson’s crash, we take a look at what this could mean for Anderson’s future…
I went to bed hoping that by the time I woke up there’d be more stories to report on. Sadly, this is not the case, so I’ll just go with what I have. Paul Scholes questions Premier League pretenders and Michael Owen wants to see out his career at Old Trafford.
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Sir Alex Ferguson has praised our new signing, who has made quite an impact since signing from Chivas, Javier Hernandez who has scored in two United games so far – both for and against his new team mates. Ferguson went onto describe the Mexican International as ‘first class’ and believed that he could operate as a lone striker in a 4-3-3 formation in European football next season – which could then see Wayne Rooney return to a wide role as he did many times when Cristiano Ronaldo occupied a more attacking berth. Hernandez scored a superb lob against MLS all stars and found the back of the net against United last night for his old club Chivas.
It seems our servers are back up and running, so now I bring you today’s edition of Stretty Stories. Chicharito scored on for Chivas on his goodbye, our rivals are making a move for a long-term United target, Kuszczak has his sights set on the No. 1 shirt, and David Gill did an exclusive Q&A with ManUtd.com.
As the squad prepares for tomorrow’s match against Chivas, the press has come to near standstill for United news. We do have on big piece of news, though; that being that a young duo will remain with the club to serve as backup to Wayne Rooney. Also, Antonio Valencia is set to be fit by the start of the season and a former United star declines a move back to the Premier League.