for the Red Voices article on the Homepage later this afternoon. (AB)
12:20 Spain have named a squad for a pre-Olympics friendly against Egypt on Tuesday and United keeper David De Gea has been included for the fixture at Torrelavega. (AM)
12:08 There's no usual Friday press conference at Carrington today but MUTV are speaking to the boss and will run the exclusive interview at 6.30pm GMT on Countdown to Kick-Off, with some of the best quotes running afterwards on ManUtd.com.
11:57 United's top-of-the-table Reserves encounter with Sunderland has been moved from Thursday 1 March to Tuesday 1 May. It will still be at Moss Lane with a 7pm kick-off. The game at Everton has also been put back 24 hours to Tuesday 27 March and will take place at Goodison Park. (AM)
10:10 We reckon last night was only the fourth time in United's history that the Reds have gone through in Europe despite losing the second leg and the first time since the sixties. In 1957/58, Duka Prague were seen off 3-1 despite a 1-0 loss in the then Czechoslovakia. In the successful 1967/68 campaign, Gornik Zabrze were beaten 2-0 on aggregate after a 1-0 reverse in Katowice and, a year later, Anderlecht beat United 3-1 in Brussels after a 3-0 hiding in Manchester. (AM)
Thursday 23 February
22:50 Phil Jones spoke to Channel 5 at the final whistle: "We got off to a great start, Chicha scored with a great finish and we were in control of the game. Probably a little bit of complacency crept in and it has cost us a game that we should have won." (NC)