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Old 10-30-2006, 01:15 PM   #301
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As much as I hate to say it, United were very very good. I have never seen a team come out of the blocks as quick as they did on Saturday.

Was in a foul mood for the rest of the weekend after that!

A set back in our title bid!
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Clive Tylsedly and David Pleat - Worst commentators ever
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Don't mind Tyldesley so much, but Pleat, he bores the fucking pants off me, as much as that bent nosed "never biased towards Arsenal" tosser alan smith, bring back Rodney Marsh, at least he says it as it is.
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american commentators are worse, much worse.
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Tyldesley and Pleats bias towards Chelsea last night was ridiculous. Drogba let himself down last night for 92 minutes until he scored what was admittedly a very good goal and those two clowns in the commentary box were banging on about how great he is now. The worst was their audible wankfest over Frank Lampards "sublime chip". No way did he mean to put that in. He wasn't even looking at the goal or where the keeper was positioned yet those 2 idiots couldn't pause for breath without telling us about how fantastic Frank is.
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Utd's performance last night absolutely stunk of complacency, no sense of urgency whatsoever until Copenhagen scored, & I'm sick to the back teeth of SAF fielding weakened teams for so called lesser opponents, how many times in the last few seasons have UNITED come unstuck against "lesser opponents" Palace, Norwich, Wolves, West Brom, Sunderland spring to mind, when is he, & certain other managers going to learn you can't take victory for granted in the Prem, or C/L.
We now face a scenario similar to last season, if, as I suspect Celtic beat us at Parkhead, Benfica could knock us out for the second season running.
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By Ed Thursday 2nd November 2006


Owner pays for Chelsea game.

The Guardian:

Aston Villa's chairman, Randy Lerner, has come up with a novel way to solve the problem of falling attendances in the Premiership by paying for 6,000 supporters to travel to Stamford Bridge next week. The US billionaire was so impressed with Villa's support at Leicester last week that he has pledged to cover the cost of the coach fare to west London for all the fans with tickets for the fourth-round Carling Cup tie against Chelsea on Wednesday.

Lerner's gesture is born out of goodwill as opposed to any fear that fans are disenchanted with Villa but elsewhere there are concerns that supporters are beginning to lose interest in Premiership football. While Villa's attendances at home have improved this season, the picture is much bleaker at several other top-flight clubs. Blackburn and Wigan are among those to have cut the cost of ticket prices recently in an effort to improve crowds.


Doubt Gl$£3r will follow suit!
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By Ed Thursday 2nd November 2006


Owner pays for Chelsea game.

The Guardian:

Aston Villa's chairman, Randy Lerner, has come up with a novel way to solve the problem of falling attendances in the Premiership by paying for 6,000 supporters to travel to Stamford Bridge next week. The US billionaire was so impressed with Villa's support at Leicester last week that he has pledged to cover the cost of the coach fare to west London for all the fans with tickets for the fourth-round Carling Cup tie against Chelsea on Wednesday.

Lerner's gesture is born out of goodwill as opposed to any fear that fans are disenchanted with Villa but elsewhere there are concerns that supporters are beginning to lose interest in Premiership football. While Villa's attendances at home have improved this season, the picture is much bleaker at several other top-flight clubs. Blackburn and Wigan are among those to have cut the cost of ticket prices recently in an effort to improve crowds.


Doubt Gl$£3r will follow suit!
Our randy's a good bloke you see.

Glazer wouldn't need to fund travel for Uniteds away fans since they all probably live in the away teams city anyway
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Our randy's a good bloke you see.

Glazer wouldn't need to fund travel for Uniteds away fans since they all probably live in the away teams city anyway
Now now
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David Pleat, just come back to me, he got nicked for kerb crawling a few years back(allegedly)
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Twattenham have just scored, if anyone's interested, God shows how bored I am tonight!
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Can't believe Newcastle won tonight. Then again results like that happen every now and again when you're having a bad season. Come their next match it'll be back to the nitty gritty for them.

I remember the awful season villa had under Graham Taylor a few years ago where we were nearly relegated, yet one week we went to Middlesbrough and won 5-2 at the riverside. Wierd. Probably got thumped the next week too.
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By Ed Friday 3rd November 2006


Queiroz, Torres and Bayern

Carlos Queiroz has been shortlisted for USA's manager's job according to the Sun.

Fernando Torres has said he would only ever leave Atletico for 'Chelsea, Manchester or Milan'. It's quite likely he didn't mean City.


The Mirror reports that United have been ordered to stop their pursuit of Owen Hargreaves or face being reported to Fifa


1. Good sooner he fucks off away from Utd the better!

2. Looks like Torres will be at the bridge next season then.

3. Utd are getting good at making it look like they're really interested in spending money aren't they, I've got more chance of a Bl*^j&b from Halle Berry than Hargreaves has of becoming a Utd player!
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haha all jesting apart i think Hargreaves will come to United whether it be January or next summer. As far as i'm concerned, all the best teams need a true defensive midfielder and i'm sure fergie knows that too. United haven't had one since Keane left. Carrick plays in the middle but he's no DMF. In the matches i've watched at villa this season, we just haven't been the same without gavin mccann doing the dirty work. You only realise how important those players are when you watch a full 90 minutes of a match.

and just for the record, my tip is Hargreaves will sign for United at the end of the january transfer window
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0-1 shef utd.

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