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Old 04-14-2005, 03:15 PM   #16
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Bugger.

Oh well - that's gonna make the Geordie boys even more determined on sunday.

It still wont be enough to help em' tho!!!!
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Old 04-15-2005, 06:14 AM   #17
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i wouldn't be so confident aardvark...they may pull a norwich on ya.

sorry
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Old 04-15-2005, 06:19 AM   #18
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Old 04-15-2005, 06:20 AM   #19
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<--- look for where i am from

adeus newcastle
adeus shearer:
adeus souness:

hope you all have seen yesterday how football can be so well played.
you also had the privilege to watch what will be one of the best players in the world in few years. Remember his name: Moutinho (no, not Mourinho. that one i know that you all know it...)


anyway, i believe that you are already used to this. let's see:
euro 00
euro 04
porto vs red's in the champions 04
sporting vs. boro in the uefa 05
mourinho with england at his feet

not bad for a third world country as your press says.
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Mourinho -
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Unbelievable. UEFA once again make themselves look a laughing stock, with their ridiculous decision over what went on in the Milan derby the other night.
Inter to play their next 4 games behind closed doors, and £132,000 fine.
Utter bollocks. They should've banned them from European football for at least 3 years - something that would not only affect the club, but that would perhaps get thru to some of the morons who threw those missiles onto the pitch aswell.
But instead, 4 games behind closed doors - wow, big deal, and a poultry fine to go with it - that I dont think is likely to affect a club the size of Inter Milan.
A chance for UEFA to take a stance and clamp down on hooliganism in European football, and THIS is all they can can come up with.

Shame.

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I know its disgraceful.
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Unbelievable. UEFA once again make themselves look a laughing stock, with their ridiculous decision over what went on in the Milan derby the other night.
Inter to play their next 4 games behind closed doors, and £132,000 fine.
Utter bollocks. They should've banned them from European football for at least 3 years - something that would not only affect the club, but that would perhaps get thru to some of the morons who threw those missiles onto the pitch aswell.
But instead, 4 games behind closed doors - wow, big deal, and a poultry fine to go with it - that I dont think is likely to affect a club the size of Inter Milan.
A chance for UEFA to take a stance and clamp down on hooliganism in European football, and THIS is all they can can come up with.

Shame.

If it wasn't for crappy refs disallowing good goals and crappy linesmen that don't know the difference between someone being onside or offside then the fans wouldn't need to freak out and act stupid. But seeing as I hate AC Milan I did enjoy seeing Dildo sorry Dida get hit by a flare (glad he's ok though at the same time). And yes, the ban is fine and just in my books. Not like Liverpuke sorry Liverpool being banned for 5 years because of something much more serious like the death of 39 people.
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Old 04-16-2005, 12:32 AM   #24
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Ruud Van Nistelrooy is apparently ready to quit UTD at the end of the campaign. His recent lacklustre performences, are put down to THIS rather than that he is still getting back to full fitness since his injury.
I dont know about this really. I can kind of see his point. The club as a whole really has been on a downer this season - but not having Ferdinand at the start of the season and then also Ruud's injury back in november, have been 2 huge problems for us. Maybe we placed a bit too much at Rooney's door after his stunning debut last year. Although, each time I watch a full 90mins of a UTD game, Rooney does seem to be giving it his all. I do think this 4-5-1 formation that we've been using recently isn't working. I cannot ever recall Ferguson using this before, and coming out of it with good results.
I still don't hugely rate Saha or Smith. Sure they get the odd goal now and then, but nothing like what Ruud is capable of when he's in form. That's why it would be such a shame to see him go. Barcelona will probably be the option he takes, over Real Madrid. If he's looking for European Cup glory - THAT would certainly be the choice to take. I cannot see Real winning it again just yet, def. not next season anyway.

I must say, that I am starting to agree with other UTD fans, in that Carlos Queiroz is being allowed to dictate far too much at the club - he is almost certainly behind this current formation change. And if, as has been reported in the press, some of the players are unhappy with this, they really need to voice their opinions to Sir Alex...before the fans start calling for HIS head.
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I might just take Blackburn over Arsenal in the Semi today. They're with Henry - and that is a BIG loss to them....COME ON ROVERS!!!
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Oh well....we'll see you in the Final Gunners!!!
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Good luck in the final tomorrow!!! I'll keep my fingers crossed for Manchester
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Good luck in the final tomorrow!!! I'll keep my fingers crossed for Manchester
The 'semi-final' my dear! But thanks for ur support (nice to hear u again!)
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I'm going with a Newcastle victory with Ferguson being sacked afterwards.
I agree with Aardvark the club seems to be spiraling out of control at the moment.
I do not think the United board will have overly enjoyed Wednesday night either.
Maybe I'm letting my heart rule my head though.
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Stewie misses penalty!

Come on you blues!
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