A round-up of news and gossip relating to Manchester United over the past 24 hours.
An across-the-board drop in construction, production and services dragged the economy deeper into double-dip recession in the second quarter and put Britain at risk of suffering its third annual decline in output in the past five years.
Financial markets bounced on Wednesday as hopes of further intervention in the eurozone by the European Central Bank gave some respite to investors.
Mitt Romney's campaign has been forced to deny that it believes the Republican challenger would be better placed than Barack Obama to handle the relationship between the US and the UK because of his "Anglo-Saxon heritage".
North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has married, state broadcasters have announced.
Arsenal striker Park Chu-Young and Tottenham attacker Gio dos Santos can both earn themselves moves away from their clubs with good performances in Group B.
The Everton cult heroes departure leaves a gap in the midfield. Can Jack Rodwell or Ross Barkley fill it?
Are Chelsea and Manchester City planning for the advent of UEFA FFP rules, and will it help clubs such as Arsenal?
Talk of Arsenal bringing Thierry Henry back again is a move which simply has to happen.