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14/05/2012 08:30 , Editorial team
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Today at Old Trafford

number of the clubs his team faced last year went on to enjoy successful campaigns. Shrewsbury were promoted after finishing second, Fleetwood were Conference champions, Bangor were runners-up in the Welsh Premier League and Curzon Ashton were beaten in their play-off final. (AM)

12:05 It's the end of the season, which means 'pitch days' at Old Trafford. Over the last few days, employees of several of United's sponsors have enjoyed some time on the hallowed turf. Next week it's the turn of some of United's staff and our 90-minute games usually feature chief executive David Gill (pretty useful) and legends like Bryan Robson (still better than everyone). (JT)

11:22 I'm still busy working on the Soccer Aid programme and have just spoken to both the England assistant manager Peter Reid and the Rest of the World no.2 Ian Rush. They were discussing the qualities of each member of their respective squads and it's fair to say both feel very confident about their side's chances. Personally, I think having four former United players in their squad (Keane, Van Nistelrooy, Stam, Van der Sar) gives the Rest of the World, also the Soccer Aid defending champions, a slight edge over England. I'm sure it'll be another entertaining game and there are still a few tickets left for the charity match on 27 May at Old Trafford. Book online now or call 0161 444 2012 for more details. (GT)

10:03 Park is also hosting a charity match in Thailand next week and has invited Rio Ferdinand, who won't be involved with England this summer, to be his guest. (JT)

10:00 This morning we've published an article in which Ji-sung Park says he wants to finish his playing days at United. This weekend, the winger is

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