true faith : REPORTAGE – 10/Oct/14

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This is what we’ve spotted from the main news channels regarding links to Newcastle newspapers1United but as ever, if you see anything we’ve missed, just click the link on with a description in the comments box and you’ll be doing your fellow-fans and us a favour.

We’ve also included some non-United football stuff we think might be of interest as well.

Cheers.

Roddy Forsyth, The Telegraph

It seems Rangers fans are less than enamoured with Mike Ashley’s increasing interest in their club and are keen for the Scottish Football Association to act to prevent his manoueverings. Click here, 

David Wright, The Express 

Bit of a non-story about a transfer deal that never was. Click here. 

Staff Reporter, The Sun 

Not much more about Ashley “parking his tanks” on Rangers. Click here

Press Association, The Guardian

Yohan Cabaye is a bit miffed he isn’t the main man at PSG and fears he might lose his place in the France squad. He might be miffed but I don’t think he’ll be that interested in coming back to United, given our current clip. Plus we wouldn’t pay the money either. Click here. 

Northern Echo

Derby Match pushed back and KO brougt forward. Much as expected. Click here. 

Neil Cameron, The Chronicle

I think we have established now beyond all doubt that Dennis Wise talks shite. Click here. 

There is also a good piece about our “transfer policy”. If it can be even called that. Click here. 

Mbwia gets a few games for AS Roma and he’s back in the France squad. Is anyone going to ask Pardew what he’s been playing at with this player? Click here.

Owen Gibson, The Guardian

UEFA are set to look at the amount of debt some clubs carry. Watch out Man Utd. Click here. 

Jim White, The Telegraph 

Spot on piece this regarding the Premier League’s obsession with disenfranchising its own fans. Click here. 

David Conn, The Guardian

The best in-depth coverage of the on-going inquiry into the Hillsborough disaster. Click here. 

 

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