Today marks the start of a new feature on Red Rants. Every day, apart from match day, you’ll find an article containing the links to the major stories regarding Manchester United as they appear on the national newspapers.
Disagree with the Mirror? Feel like the Guardian has done a good job? Want to heap misery on the Daily Mail? Vent your anger in the comments section below and we’ll duly pass it on!
On the Guardian, Kevin McCarra reports how the events unfolded at Carrow Road yesterday, praising Giggs and Scholes for their performances.
The same concepts can be found in the Independent.
The duo dominates the sport pages that the tabloids dedicate to United, with Ferguson describing them as the “best players ever for United” on the Sun.
The story features in the Mirror as well, along with an interview with Giggs, where he claims that “scoring goals just keeps getting better with age”.
The Telegraph reports that Rooney and Cleverley will miss England’s game against Holland. Rooney’s absence could lead to Welbeck making his first start for the national team.
In his column on the Daily Mail Gary Neville analyses the contribution that older players offer to their teams, while the Express reports Fergie’s delight at his team’s resilience.
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- Erik ten Hag wants Andre Onana to provide competition to David de Gea next season
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- Man Utd goalkeeper Tom Heaton confirms he is out for a few weeks with an ankle injury
- Man Utd could lose Alejandro Garnacho to international duty in late May
- Bruno Fernandes wins Manchester United’s Player of the Month award for March
- Changes made to Owners’ and Directors’ Test could affect Man United takeover