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Old 08-20-2006, 06:45 AM   #31
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so all of a sudden hargreaves is worth 30 million, when prior to the WC, he wasn't deemed good enough to be on the english side by most english media and fans?

that's messed up.
carrick + hargreaves = 30mill
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Old 08-20-2006, 07:58 AM   #32
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The Observer:

Wayne Rooney has issued an extraordinary warning to the FA that he will reduce his role with the England team unless they review their three-match ban imposed for his latest sending-off.

In an unprecedented move, the Manchester United striker has told the FA that he will stop co-operating with their money-making activities around the England team - such as personal appearances for sponsors - unless they rethink the suspension handed down last week for the red card he received for violent conduct in a pre-season friendly.

Can't say I blame him, but doubt it will have any effect, surely the ban couldn't have anything to do with "fatty barwick" being an ex season ticket holder at anfield? or once again is that me being cynical?





In a separate move, Gill has written to Barwick contesting Rooney's ban. Gill claims that it is inconsistent to punish Rooney when neither Liverpool's Neil Mellor, who was sent off against Galatasaray in the Amsterdam tournament in 2003, nor Sheffield United's Ade Akinbiyi, who was sent off against Sparta Rotterdam in the Netherlands the day after Rooney, received any ban. Gill wants the FA to show consistency and withdraw the three-match suspension. Paul Scholes, who was also sent off against Porto, received the same ban as Rooney.

Doesn't give much ammunition for the ABU brigade in their ridiculous claim the fa always favour UNITED in any decisions they make does it?
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AFTER A SO-FAR FRUITLESS SEARCH

By Ed Sunday 20th August 2006


Is Ferguson trying to convince himself?

"Louis is a fantastic player.

"He has pace, power, has two good feet and is good in the air; everything you could look for in a striker. Last season he did not start playing until November yet still finished with 15 goals. Given a full season he will definitely score more than 20, I've no doubt about that

That from latest RED ISSUE, I think you can take it from that, SAF isn't planning on buying another striker. But I think its a big mistake pinning too much faith in Balsa Boy staying injury free for too long.
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1. Chelski
2. Liverpool
3. Man USA
4. Spuds (despite crap start yesterday)

Edit: I've managed to find some software that allows you to stream video of live matches online. Might be the stuff you folks who don't have access to matches might be looking for...anyone interested? Quality's pretty good, it stutters here and there though.
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Old 08-20-2006, 01:44 PM   #35
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well, after today, it doesn't look like manyoo is gonna ever lose again. what a thrashing.

great game for chelsea too. what's up with terry?? another goal?

he could be the next rio ferdinand
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By Ed Sunday 20th August 2006


Is Ferguson trying to convince himself?

"Louis is a fantastic player.

"He has pace, power, has two good feet and is good in the air; everything you could look for in a striker. Last season he did not start playing until November yet still finished with 15 goals. Given a full season he will definitely score more than 20, I've no doubt about that

That from latest RED ISSUE, I think you can take it from that, SAF isn't planning on buying another striker. But I think its a big mistake pinning too much faith in Balsa Boy staying injury free for too long.
that's the bed fergie made for himself last year when he continously played him instead of ruud towards the end of the season.
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Predictions:

1. Chelski
2. Liverpool
3. Man USA
4. Spuds (despite crap start yesterday)

Edit: I've managed to find some software that allows you to stream video of live matches online. Might be the stuff you folks who don't have access to matches might be looking for...anyone interested? Quality's pretty good, it stutters here and there though.
pass it on! though we have quite a few options for watching the games here in canada.
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United today- perfect.Haven't seen them play like that long time
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http://www.asiaplate.com/live.today.htm

tvants is the one I use, although I suppose the rest of it works as well. Just download the software, and then click on the appropriate link (the first one ESPN Chinese took me to the same Asian feed I get with my cable TV, and despite the name just about everything was in English apart from the score display and one or two commercials).

That said you'll probably need broadband and I haven't fully checked it against any dodgy spyware or whatever so be warned.
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shouldnt be suprised that unnited thrashed fulham , fulham are fav's to go down.

who plays on wednesday ?
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http://www.asiaplate.com/live.today.htm

tvants is the one I use, although I suppose the rest of it works as well. Just download the software, and then click on the appropriate link (the first one ESPN Chinese took me to the same Asian feed I get with my cable TV, and despite the name just about everything was in English apart from the score display and one or two commercials).

That said you'll probably need broadband and I haven't fully checked it against any dodgy spyware or whatever so be warned.
my mate gave me that link and i got a trojan , BE WARNED
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shouldnt be suprised that unnited thrashed fulham , fulham are fav's to go down.

who plays on wednesday ?
Tuesday, 22 August 2006
UEFA Champions League Qualifying
Benfica v Austria Magna, 20:15
Crvena Zvezda v AC Milan, 20:00
Maccabi Haifa v Liverpool, 19:35
Osasuna v Hamburg, 19:45
Valencia v SV Red Bull Salzburg, 21:00
Barclays Premiership
Tottenham v Sheff Utd, 20:00
Watford v West Ham, 19:45


UEFA Champions League Qualifying
AEK Athens v Hearts, 19:45
Ajax v FC Copenhagen, 19:30
Arsenal v Dinamo Zagreb, 20:05
Chievo v Levski Sofia, 20:00
Fenerbahce v Dynamo Kiev, 19:00
Legia Warsaw v Shakhtar Donetsk, 19:30
Mlada Boleslav v Galatasaray, 18:30
Rabotnicki Kometal v Lille, 19:00
SCP Ruzomberok v CSKA Moscow, 19:15
Spartak Moscow v Liberec, 16:00
Steaua Bucuresti v Standard Liege, 18:30
Barclays Premiership
Aston Villa v Reading, 19:45
Blackburn v Everton, 20:00
Charlton v Man Utd, 20:00
Fulham v Bolton, 20:00
Man City v Portsmouth, 19:45
Middlesbrough v Chelsea, 20:00
Midweek Euro, & Prem fixtures
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I have to agree. Man Utd played well..but Fulham were quite shocking in that first half. I think many teams would have loved playing them yesterday.

My predictions..

1: Arsenal
2: Chelsea
3: Man Utd
4: Liverpool
5: Spurs
6: Aston Villa
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Aston Villa v Reading, 19:45
I'm going to this match tomorrow
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Old 08-22-2006, 05:57 PM   #45
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liverpool survived, earning a 1-1 draw.

enough to put them through.

it would have been a catastrophe, financially, if they had been knocked out today.

still, they didn't even play gerrard did they? why not?
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