International Duty

  • 20 August 2008

He may not be the new England captain but Rio Ferdinand will line up for his country tonight as Fabio Cappello’s side host Czech Republic at Wembley (20:00 BST).

John Terry was handed the armband yesterday, while Ferdinand was given the vice-captain role ahead of England’s 2012 World Cup qualifying campaign.

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  • 3 June 2008

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Brown: Best Season Ever

  • 6 May 2008

Manchester United defender Wes Brown admits this season has been his best for the club.

He said: "This is one of my best seasons. I have played every week when in other years I have been in and out of the side. It is great to be doing that and hopefully I can keep the run going. Two more wins would bring two trophies so that would be brilliant.

Brown Happy to Sign

  • 22 April 2008

Manchester United have confirmed that Wes Brown has signed a new four-year deal, with the defender now believed to be on almost £50,000 a week.

Brown's previous deal, understood to be worth around £31,000 a week, was due to expire at the end of the season and there had been speculation he would walk away from Old Trafford.

Brown Set to Sign

  • 18 April 2008

Wes Brown has come round and will sign a new deal with Manchester United before the end of the month.

The Daily Mail says with just weeks left on his current deal - and other Premier League clubs waiting - it is understood that United chief executive David Gill has agreed in principle a £60,000-a-week deal, structured heavily on incentives and regular appearances.

Brown: Better than 99

  • 15 April 2008

Wes Brown says Manchester United's current squad is better than the 1999 Treble winning group.

"I think squad-wise, we are stronger than in 1999. Players are coming back in. Gary Neville came back against Roma, as did Mikael Silvestre," he told

Brown: No Pen

  • 10 April 2008

Wes Brown was delighted to play a part in Manchester United's victory over Roma last night. "It was nervy at times but I think we controlled the game well," Brown told MUTV.

There was no nervier moment than the 30th minute when Daniele De Rossi stepped up to the penalty spot after Norwegian referee Tom Henning Ovrebo ruled Brown had illegally halted Roma winger Mancini.

Brown: No Rest

  • 9 April 2008

Manchester United defender Wes Brown has warned teammates not to be complacent going into tonight's clash with Roma. United lead 2-0 from the away leg but Wes Brown insists they will not sit back at Old Trafford.

Wes: Roo Great too

  • 7 April 2008

Wes Brown says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney deserves as much recognition as teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.

"Wayne has made an excellent contribution to the team," said Brown. "You look at his movement and the way he has set up a lot of goals for Ronny (Ronaldo).