A round-up of news and gossip relating to Manchester United over the past 24 hours.
A game by game analysis of all the opening weekends debutantes, including Cazorla at Arsenal, Petric at Fulham, Kightly at Stoke, and yes - Joe Allen at Liverpool.
After a topsy turvy first season the young Spaniard at Manchester United needs to assert his dominance on the Premier League this season.
In a case brought by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and heard at Southwark Crown Court, Confiscation Orders (the Orders) totalling £1,534,000 were made today against Christian Littlewood and Angie Littlewood. They were each ordered to pay £767,000 representing the benefit obtained by each of them from insider dealing.
Asil Nadir, for almost 20 years Britain's most famous fugitive from justice, has been found guilty of three counts of theft relating to his time as the boss of the Polly Peck empire which collapsed in 1990.
Liverpool's new dawn under Brendan Rodgers revealed a few home truths about the work which needs to be done.
Financial firms in London, besieged by Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis, probably will shrink their workforce this year, snapping a hiring rebound from 2008’s credit crisis as New York’s industry ekes out job growth.
He ain't happy.
JPMorgan board member Lee Raymond is said to have been tapped on the shoulder to lead the board's probe into the firm's $5.8bn 'London Whale' trading fiasco.
Damned if you do, damned if you don't.