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Old 01-04-2007, 08:29 PM   #466
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well even if saha is out for 2 weeks he would only miss the 2 games against Villa at home...

i really hope larsson settles into the side quickly, any idea where exactly he'll play?
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how bout ronaldo? which villa player is gonna stop him?
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Doubt if Ronaldo will play on Sunday, Rockin Edge, I think Fergie will rest quite a few first team regulars, line up could look something like this,

Kuczak, Heinze, Brown, Silvestre, O'Shea, Fletcher, Carrick, JS Park, Richardson, Solskjaer, Larsson. Subs, EVS, Nev, Rio, Scholesy, Rooney.

But then again I don't pick the team so it'll probably look nothing like that!
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FA Cup predictions anyone?

Barnet 1 Colchester 2
Birmingham 2 Newcastle 0
Blackpool 3 Aldershot 1
Bristol City 2 Coventry 1
Chelsea 5 Macclesfield 1
Chester 1 Ipswich 1
Crystal Palace 1 Swindon 1
Derby 3 Wrexham 1
Doncaster 1 Bolton 3
Hull 1 Middlesbrough 1
Leicester 1 Fulham 0
Liverpool 2 Arsenal 1
Nottm Forest 2 Charlton 2
Peterborough 1 Plymouth 2
Portsmouth 2 Wigan 0
Preston 2 Sunderland 0
QPR 2 Luton 1
Reading 3 Burnley 2
Sheff Utd 2 Swansea1
Southend 2 Barnsley 1
Tamworth 0 Norwich 2
Torquay 0 Southampton 3
Watford 2 Stockport 0
West Brom 3 Leeds 0
West Ham 3 Brighton 1
Wolves 2 Oldham 1
SUNDAY GAMES
Cardiff 1 Tottenham 1
Everton 2 Blackburn 0
Man Utd 2 Aston Villa 1
Sheff Wed 2 Man City 1

No shocks there then!
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From the Beeb's sports page;


Bayern name price for Hargreaves

Bayern Munich will consider selling Owen Hargreaves to Manchester United - but not for less than £20m.



About £8mill. too much imo.
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Roman Abramovich has announced he is to sell Chelsea, stating personal reasons for his decision to pull out of the West London side, many are speculating its to do with marital problems, & later on Jose Mourinho also stated his intentions to leave the club at the end of the current season, stating "If he fucks off, how in Gods name will we be able to ever afford anyone else, or even pay this lots wages, no sir, I'm off while I've still got a reputation."
















































































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Bayern name price for Hargreaves

Bayern Munich will consider selling Owen Hargreaves to Manchester United - but not for less than £20m.



About £8mill. too much imo.
haha and i bet you end up paying it too. Hargreaves is better than Carrick and united still ended up paying 18m for him.

Shame he signed that contract to bayern not long ago.

interesting to think that had hargreaves not featured in the world cup, united would arguably be looking at a totally different player to sign. Or even have perhaps signed a player in hargreaves' mould this summer gone. It's obvious United really want him and i think they will sign him eventually. Probably for something between 15-20 million.
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/mai...3/sfninv03.xml

You don't see many of these. An article sticking up for Chelsea.

I think John Inverdale still misses the point though about why people don't like Chelsea. I don't care whether you can buy beer and chips at a football game or have prawn sandwiches.

I don't like Chelsea because they buy players so other teams can't have them, competition for other players against them in the transfer market is impossible because of their financial superiority. They hve unlimited funds, they have spent 400m odd in the transfer market and still play ugly football. You would have thought they would at least be able to play attractive football with the best players in the world.

The difference in watchable football between chelsea and man united when i went to watch both of them play against villa was so big. It was a pleasure to watch some of united's passing and movement and hopefully one day with o'neills management and mr lerners money we might be able to get somewhere near that level but i can't think of any team that would want to aspire to be like chelsea.

and i haven't even mentioned the diving...
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FA Cup predictions anyone?

Barnet 1 Colchester 2
Birmingham 2 Newcastle 0
Blackpool 3 Aldershot 1
Bristol City 2 Coventry 1
Chelsea 5 Macclesfield 1
Chester 1 Ipswich 1
Crystal Palace 1 Swindon 1
Derby 3 Wrexham 1
Doncaster 1 Bolton 3
Hull 1 Middlesbrough 1
Leicester 1 Fulham 0
Liverpool 2 Arsenal 1
Nottm Forest 2 Charlton 2
Peterborough 1 Plymouth 2
Portsmouth 2 Wigan 0
Preston 2 Sunderland 0
QPR 2 Luton 1
Reading 3 Burnley 2
Sheff Utd 2 Swansea1
Southend 2 Barnsley 1
Tamworth 0 Norwich 2
Torquay 0 Southampton 3
Watford 2 Stockport 0
West Brom 3 Leeds 0
West Ham 3 Brighton 1
Wolves 2 Oldham 1
SUNDAY GAMES
Cardiff 1 Tottenham 1
Everton 2 Blackburn 0
Man Utd 2 Aston Villa 1
Sheff Wed 2 Man City 1

No shocks there then!
You're being far too harsh on Tamworth, I think.
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That wouldn't be a little dig from a tractor boy, would it?
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this is going to be great weekend......... larsson in a man utd jersey..... ive waited a long long LONG time to see this....
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Re: Inverdale's article, & the Chelsea fans sticking up for them, 1Step, there's non so blind as those who WON'T see.

I've had a similar debate with a Chelsea fan I know(has been all his life,not just since Abram.)Its not jealousy as such, more annoyance, football is a sport, which over the years has become more business orientated, admittedly, but until Abram. came along it was played on a NEARLY level playing field, I know that might sound rich coming from a UNITED fan, but even UTD couldn't go out & buy anyone they fancied, & never bought a player just to prevent a rival from buying him, & in the not too distant past Utd themselves were a selling club to the Continental "giants," but Utd built themselves up into the force they were in the game Pre-Gl$£er, through astute business practice, allied to playing attacking, exciting football, which opened up the global market,which United were the first to capitalise on.
The Chelsea fans, or most of them can't, or won't see, that if Abrams. money wasn't there, they WOULDN'T be where they are now, its that simple, Abrams. money got Mourinho there, his money is getting the players there, without those 2 factors Chelsea just wouldn't be where they are. Money alone doesn't guarantee success, a good coach is required, with a good squad of players, & good team spirit, take Abram. away, Chelsea have none of those.
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MAY 19th, 2007. According to SkySports News thats the day the new WEMBLEY STADIUM will officially open, sweepstake anyone, I'll go for October 2009!
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On my way to the villa vs chelsea game i noticed something quite amusing. There's always little stalls outside the grond selling various merchandise like t-shirts ect that have been made independantly. There's always a couple of villa stalls, not normally an opposition one. But there was a chelsea one on tuesday night and i had a quick look at what they were selling.

One of the t-shirts there said 'Eat football, drink football, sleep football, HATE Man United'.

I found this to be very amusing as it suggests that either they're locals (which they aren't) or they're the team that everyone hates. 5 years ago that t-shirt might have had some relevance but it's ironic now that that kind of t-shirt is being made by the team that everyone hates NOW.

I imagine John Inverdale might wear it.
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Yeah, him & a few other cronies at the beeb!

Even funnier than the chelsea shirt, over Xmas, I saw a guy in Grimsby town centre, with a GTFC shirt on, with that self same shit on the back, GTFC fan- Man Utd WTF is that about,? I nearly asked, but thought better of it, I'd probably only have got a load of verbal abuse, or even worse, knowing the ways of the inhabitants of lovely GY, bunch of knuckle scraping, window lickers, who don't take kindly to outsiders! I've often thought it must be a government experimental town, Grimsby, something they pump into the air, or put in the water, don't know for sure, but they certainly are a strange breed.

The only thing I can think of as regards the chelsea shirt, is if its a dig at The Cockney Reds, there's always been a large match going following of Cockneys at OT, so maybe they're having a dig at them.
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