Several Manchester United footballers attended a NBA game last night to relax while on their international break.
United players Adnan Januzaj, David de Gea, Rio Ferdinand, Darren Fletcher and former players Andy Cole and Quinton Fortune watched the game in the same arena as Patrick Vieira, Tom Huddlestone, Jake Livermore, Jack Rodwell, Curtis Davies, Fabrice Muamba and others.
The players were at the NBA game between Oklahoma City Thunder and Philadelphia 76ers.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Manchester United players attend Oklahoma City Thunder v Philadelphia 76ers NBA game — The Mail
- Arsenal interested in USMNT goalkeeper Brad Guzan — MLS Soccer
- Premier League will not sit on FA commission into England player crisis — The Guardian
- Malky Mackay’s Cardiff City scout Iain Moody suspended — BBC Sport
- Ryan Giggs reveals opposing management views to Sir Alex Ferguson — The Mail
- Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez hints at a transfer in search of more playing time — The Mirror
- Fulham’s Darren Bent coming to Google Hangout — Fulham FC
- Doncaster Rovers: Federico Macheda returns to Man Utd — BBC Sport
- West Ham fans filmed shouting anti-Semitic slurs in Tottenham — Evening Standard
- Samuel Eto’o shocked by physical nature of Premier League — Metro
- Marouane Fellaini could delay wrist surgery until December — The Mirror
- Jack Wilshere does not want Adnan Januzaj to play for England — Sky Sports
- Wales’ Craig Bellamy seeks to calm talk of him succeeding Chris Coleman — The Guardian
- Former England manager Glenn Hoddle joins FA panel to stop the rot in national side — Telegraph
- Wilfried Bony confident Ivory Coast will qualify for World Cup — The Guardian
- Samuel Eto’o pulls a u-turn on his Cameroon retirement — Pro Soccer Talk
- Math shows odds against U.S. earning top-eight seed for 2014 World Cup — SI
- Qatar World Cup 2012 was a mistake says FIFA inspector — The Mirror
- Harold Maynes-Nicholls wants change to selection process for World Cup — The Guardian
- England likely to avoid horror draw if forced into World Cup play-offs after FIFA stick with controversial seedings — The Mail
- Blackpool’s Paul Ince given five-game stadium suspension — The Guardian
- Juve ultras join protest — Football Italia
- Italian clubs eye €5.5bn Infront TV rights deal for Serie A — Inside World Football
- Nürnberg Sack Wiesinger — Bundesliga Fanatic
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