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Old 12-30-2004, 03:29 AM   #181
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That's as daft as van Nistlerooy missing a Carling Cup game for suspension.
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...we are gonna be without Ruud for the 1st leg against Milan tho..
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Great results for the top 3 over the wknd. Giggsy scores again - legend. Stop pissing around UTD board, and give him the contract he wants.
Bloody Chelsea nicking it late on again. Liverpool should've had a penalty tho, when whats-his-name blatantly handballed in the box
No trouble for Arsenal - easy win. Game of the day - Spurs 5-2 Everton, which also contained ONE of the best goals of the day - Marneys superb drive from way outside the area.

I say ONE of the best goals, cos I was at the match where THE best was scored. Kevin Hill opening the scoring for Torquay. Hiding behind the keeper, after everyone else had dispersed from the area, waited for him to drop the ball, then nicked it from him and out it away! Lovely stuff!

Shame we lost the game
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Shame we lost the game
Unlike the tigers
we are joint-top-of the-league, say we are joint-top-of the-league!!
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Old 01-03-2005, 04:38 AM   #185
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I think Dion Dublin did something similar with Shay Given sometime back. And a few years ago Andy Marriott was in goal for Brum City and Robbie Keane did exactly the same thing for Spurs.

I can't wait for the cup ties. Bolton will probably bring their reserves but what the hell.
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Woo!! another win today!! Worrying News about Stu Elliott's cheekbone injury though - the guy should be back in 4-6 weeks but we'll probably be missing his goals.

Aardvark: Torquay lost 4-1 today against the team we beat 6-1. oh dear...
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Liverpool should've had a penalty tho, when whats-his-name blatantly handballed in the box
Tiagooooo,
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Tiagooooo,
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He comes from Portugal,
He hates the Arsenal
Tiagooooo,
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He comes from Portugal,
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I forsee a difficult game for Chelsea tomorrow night though against Middlesbrough.
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Rooney is banned for the next 3 games. Which means he misses the crucial 3rd round F.A cup tie, the visit to Old Trafford of the legendary, Exeter. No Rooney, no Ruud no Saha and no Solskjaer.

....Just Giggs and Smith up-front then!
big money strike force and barely a striker to be found.

but allan smith is quite good so all is not lost.
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big money strike force and barely a striker to be found.
...I know, awful situation. And im a little worried about the spurs game tonight. They are on form right now (I did say Spurs didnt I?)
We do really have to win every game now, to stand any chance. A draw would be bad - a defeat, terrible.
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YAY!!! WE WON!!!!


arse game was a draw and man utd LOST....or at least that's what should have happened.

and they said we were lucky against liverpool.
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Ur right Sweet Tart. We should've lost that game. That was a blatant goal, and should be the final piece of evidence the F.A need for bringing in video replays during a game. Spurs were denied a victory as a result of bad officiating.
As for Roy Carroll with the ball slipping over his shoulder and in...WTF R U DOING!!??

Oh well, at least Arsenal drew too. The title is Chelsea's.
Congratulations - well bought Roman....
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The title isn't Chelsea's yet.

The season I began watching football Newcastle had a 12 point lead eradicated.

That was a pretty stunning collapse, considering the first 5-0 thumping I ever witnessed was Man United at St. James'.

I'm looking forward to the Cup. I may not be able to catch Yeading-Newcastle , but I think we've got a fair shot at Bolton Reserves, and some of the other clashes look intriguing as well.
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The season I began watching football Newcastle had a 12 point lead eradicated.

That was a pretty stunning collapse, considering the first 5-0 thumping I ever witnessed was Man United at St. James'.
I admit....I cried at the end of that game. Then got throughly pissed to drown my sorrows!
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Oh well, at least Arsenal drew too. The title is Chelsea's.
Congratulations - well bought Roman....
someone sounds a wee bit bitter

it's a long way to the end of the season but i truly hope your right.
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The title is Chelsea's.
Flying high up in the sky
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