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RoM Reads

Oliver Holt at The Mirror does a good job of summing up the Tevez situation. The Guardian‘s gallery takes the piss out of our Champions League final. The Times reports on Liverpool’s debt problems. Who Ate All The Pies looks at the Premiership Fair Play table. F365 wonders why we’re all so anti-foreign.

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RoM Reads of the Day

The Times looks at the top 50 United players. Soccerlens looks at who could replace Cristiano Ronaldo at United. A Kick In The Grass reckons Hughes is pushing his luck with United fans. Studs Up has a laugh at Ronaldo’s recent wardrobe choices. Football365 writes about how Alistair Darling may have inadvertently cocked up the [...]

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What Our New Sponsor Shirt Could Look Like

What Our New Sponsor Shirt Could Look Like
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All You Need To Know About New Sponsor… Including Logo

All You Need To Know About New Sponsor… Including Logo
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Biggest Shirt Sponsor In The World

With the media beating Manchester United to it this morning, our new shirt deal has finally been confirmed by the club. Aon Corp. have signed a four year deal which will start for the 2010/2011 season, when AIG’s deal expires.

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£90m Prize Money For United

Following the back of a 66-match campaign, Manchester United brought in £90m from prize money and TV income alone. Premier League title = £52.3m in prize-money and TV income Champions League final = £33.7m Carling Cup final and FA Cup semi-finals = £4m.

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RoM Reads of the Day

United related news is few and far between at the moment, but these are worth looking at. Soccerlens attempts the difficult task of naming Ferguson’s worst XI The Guardian presents an alternative end of season awards. F365 Players of the Season Part I and Part II. Studs Up mocks Chelsea’s recent managerial appointment

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United To Follow Chelsea Example? Sod off!

“I hope we will have this reaction,” Capello said. “Terry is one fighter. He played very well the game after the final and missing the penalty. I hope for the same reaction from the other players. It’s very, very important. The pressure. You have to win. I know this very well. When you have to [...]

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We’ve Been Here Before… But Don’t Worry, It Ended Well

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Hiddink To Replace Ferguson? Yes Please

A month or so ago I wrote for Soccerlens about why Guus Hiddink was a good shout for the next Manchester United manager. He is a classy guy, he is a proven success at both domestic and International football, he has cut it in the Premiership and Champions League, he values the importance of bringing [...]

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Our History Makes Us Strong…

Our History Makes Us Strong…
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What The Media Report Today… RoM Reported Days Ago

On Saturday, RoM reported that Nemanja Vidic and Sir Alex Ferguson had been named the best player and manager of the season. Sky Sports, The Independent and Football 365 published the same story today. For United news first, you can rely on RoM!

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RoM CL Reads

The Guardian reckons United need to prove they’re the best as well as believing they are. The Independent thinks United can overcome Barca’s beautiful football. Martin Samuel at The Daily Mail writes a preview on the final. F365 Blog reckons British fans should be supporting United this evening. The Chelsea Blog wishes us good luck [...]

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PICTURE: For Sir Matt

PICTURE: For Sir Matt
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Press Conference In Full – Better Than Madrid, Marking Messi and Retaining Trophy

Sir Alex Ferguson, Rio Ferdinand and Cristiano Ronaldo attended the Manchester United press conference ahead of our Champions League final against Barcelona. Our three representatives looked very composed but there were huge technical issues throughout. Ronaldo and Rio had a laugh about it, but the most bizarre moment came when a man gave Ronaldo a [...]

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