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Sir Alex Ferguson has joined the growing list of Aaron Ramsey’s admirers and has contacted Cardiff City to register an interest in the 17-year-old midfielder, according to the Championship club’s chairman, Peter Ridsdale.
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Gretna may go out of business today, with the Scottish Premier League unwilling to provide emergency funding of £100,000 unless the ailing club can prove they can complete this season’s fixtures. Administrators took over at Gretna yesterday and £30,000 is needed to fulfil Saturday’s game at Aberdeen.