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News round-up: 29 July 2011

The Telegraph Inter open the door for Sneijder’s exit but admit that no contact with United has been made.

Manchester Evening News Obama didn’t have enough time to come out and see our boys at the White House…his loss!

Goal Asian sensation Park Ji Sung wants more Korean players to come to Europe in the next few years.

Daily Mail Beckham issued a ‘sign me up’ cry for a return to Old Trafford…SAF, sign him up!

Caught Offside £76m for Sneijder? Pull your head out.

Football Fan Cast Interesting article looking at the potential of Mikel Arteta…good player.

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Javier Hernandez to be sidelined for ‘weeks’

United will be without Javier Hernandez for at least two weeks, the club has confirmed after he suffered mild concussion in training yesterday following an incident with a stray ball. It comes as a bitter blow to an otherwise tarnish free pre season tour that had seen United rack up 4 impressive wins, leaving only Barcelona standing in the way of an undefeated campaign. Read more of this post

VIDEO: Paul Scholes speaks about getting into management and retirement

 

I don’t know,  I really don’t know. I need to get some experience first and I can’t be a better club to get some experience, working with the best coaches and I will just take it from there. Years down the road I might not want to be a coach, we’ll just see what happens.

Post match interviews after MLS All Star game

SAF speaks about the game

Michael Carrick and Park Ji Sung still strongly believe that the United squad can improve

Danny Welbeck

Wayne Rooney

Nani

David Beckham

VIDEO: Manchester United 4-0 MLS All Stars Full Highlights and All Goals

 

Anderson, Park Ji Sung, Berbatov and Welbeck were all on target as United made it 4 wins out of 4 against the MLS All Stars last night. It was a convincing victory and only Barcelona stand in the way of a clean sweep in America.

News round-up: 28 July 2011

Football Talk United confirm that one world class signing is imminent in the transfer window.

Four Four Two Arshavin says that SAF is key to United’s success. Gold badge for you.

BBC A good article highlighting the importance of loan moves for the progression of young players.

Belfast Telegraph Fergie’s new fledgelings are looking good in the Milk Cup so far.

Goal Owen remains positive about his first team chances for next season.

Daily Mail Lindegaard still adamant he can fight for the number 1 jersey this season. Nice to see such desire.

Hernandez hospitalised after incident in training

Not the news any fan of any football team ever wants to hear but news has just broke that Javier Hernandez spent last night in hospital after he received mild concussion during a training session in New Jersey. He spent the night in hospital as a precaution but this is not exactly the sort of news we wanted to hear. I think we can take it for granted now that if all precautions are being taken then we won’t see Hernandez at any point in the match tonight, which is a shame because we were all hoping that he could continue the electric form that led him to become the MVP at the Gold Cup as well as taking home the Golden Boot en-route to helping Mexico win the competition. The match against the MLS All Stars would have been Hernandez’s bow in this years tour after he only recently joined up with the squad after his extended break after the Gold Cup but this incident will surely delay his re-appearance in a United shirt. The club will update the situation as more news is released but we all hope that this is nothing too serious. A club spokeswoman said:

 “Chicharito sustained a mild concussion during training last night. We have taken all the necessary precautions, which included an overnight stay in hospital. The manager will give further updates in due course.

Source: Manchester United Official Website

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