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Friday 30 October
17:35 Right, it's time to sign off Today at Old Trafford for this week but Steve and yours truly will be back in the office tomorrow for the Blackburn game. It kicks off about 24 hours from now, give or take five minutes. Don't forget you can follow the action live with our Match Tracker text commentary while MUTV Online offers live radio. Enjoy. (NC)
15:34 The boss says that it might be too early to put Gabriel Obertan in from the start. But I'd like to see him thrown in on Saturday. My midfield would be Valencia, Carrick, Scholes, Obertan. What's yours? Tell us on Talking Reds. (BH)
14:19 The paperwork for young Reds goalkeeper Ben Amos' one-month loan move to Peterborough has gone through. He'll stay at London Road until the end of November. (BH)
14:01 Wayne Rooney has been shortlisted for the FIFA World Player of the Year award, which will be announced in Zurich on 21 December. Favourites for the award are ex-Red Cristiano Ronaldo - the current holder, of course - and Lionel Messi. (BH)
13:21 As the journalists responsible for the content in the matchday programme, we'd like to think United Review is an essential part of any United fan's matchday ritual. But tomorrow there's even more reason to get your hands on a copy. If you buy the programme as part of the Double Deal (United Review and Inside United, £5) or Treble Deal (United Review, Inside United, Official 2010 Annual, £10), you'll get a free Pride of all Europe collectors' pin-badge. Nice! (NC)
11:33 Over time I've been saddled with the Stat Man tag in our office. It's not because I can recall meaningless moments or obscure goals at the drop of a hat (Steve Bartram's your man for that) – it's more because I enjoy trawling through the record books and picking up on any interesting patterns or stats. Did you know, for instance, that 22 of our 30 goals this season have been scored in the second half? Or that victory next Tuesday will be Sir Alex's 100th in Europe as United manager (91 in the Champions League, 8 in the Cup Winners' Cup so far)? Anyway, I've just been