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Old 01-21-2008, 02:33 PM   #421
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Apparently there are, quite a few must have been at the UNITED game on Saturday:

Ferguson defends sideline gesture

Ferguson served a two-match ban less than four weeks ago
Sir Alex Ferguson has denied he deliberately aimed an abusive gesture at Reading fans during Manchester United's 2-0 victory on Saturday.
Supporters at the Madejski Stadium have complained that Ferguson appeared to direct an 'up yours' sign at them towards the end of the match.

How fucking pathetic, complaining about a gesture, just like the scousers did a couple of years back after the 4-3 win at goodison, dozens complained about UNITED players swearing, as if you go to a football match not expecting to see or hear gestures & swearing, SAD F&^*ING TW&TS!!!
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i don't know how martin o'neill does it, i really don't. we play abysmal football for 80% of the match and still come away with a point from one of the best teams in the league. if villa qualify for europe it will be a miracle on that evidence. barry gets injured before the game and our midfield becomes a shambles. buy some f*cking players martin!

i'd love to see liverpool fail to get 4th place and give one of the chasing pack a go. it would be great for the game as a whole. i think everton look the most likely to achieve that now.
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Old 01-21-2008, 07:33 PM   #423
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Apparently there are, quite a few must have been at the UNITED game on Saturday:

Ferguson defends sideline gesture

Ferguson served a two-match ban less than four weeks ago
Sir Alex Ferguson has denied he deliberately aimed an abusive gesture at Reading fans during Manchester United's 2-0 victory on Saturday.
Supporters at the Madejski Stadium have complained that Ferguson appeared to direct an 'up yours' sign at them towards the end of the match.

How fucking pathetic, complaining about a gesture, just like the scousers did a couple of years back after the 4-3 win at goodison, dozens complained about UNITED players swearing, as if you go to a football match not expecting to see or hear gestures & swearing, SAD F&^*ING TW&TS!!!
i agree. it's much ado about nothing. football is an emotional sport. it doesn't matter to me whether he was gesturing or not, all of this is part and parcel of the emotions of a football match

i was at the villa-pompey game and took part in many chants about how redknapp is a wanker and how he's paying the ref ect... i quite like the guy and how he speaks his mind but when two tribes go to war on a football pitch all that goes out the window.

reading need to grow up.
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^Agree with the comments about Reading. Fergie was just quite rightly releasing some tension after gettin a goal in what was a very tough game.

Unlucky to Villa last nite - was rooting for them to take 3 points at Anfield! 4th place is well and truly wide open - tho perhaps not as wide as Freddie Ljundberg thinks. He's quoted as saying that West Ham have a great chance of clinching it...
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Spurs are 2-0 up against Arsenal!
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5-1! Amazing! First win over the gunners in 21 games.

We'll bring em' back down to earth at the weekend tho!
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Old 01-23-2008, 08:24 AM   #427
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good to see a non 'big four' team in the final. hopefully everton can win tonight too.

on a side note i have to say the premiership is really interesting this year. one of 3 teams can still win it. there's 5 or 6 teams competing for a champions league slot. and there's any number of teams who could still get relegated. it's all shaping up to be an excellent end of season
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LMAO AC MILAN
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Congrats to Havant & Waterlooville! Scoring 2 at Anfield, AND taking the lead twice! Amazing.

Reckon we could struggle 2moro. Spurs are gonna on a high after the Arsenal game...could end up in a score draw.
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Reckon we could struggle 2moro. Spurs are gonna on a high after the Arsenal game...could end up in a score draw.
Very nearly was aswell. The penalty and sending off was the turning point. Another double for Ronaldo, even tho he wasn't on top form - 25 goals now this season...
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Can't believe it. Keegan has asked Dennis Wise to join him at Newcastle.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...ed/7213096.stm
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Can't believe it. Keegan has asked Dennis Wise to join him at Newcastle.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...ed/7213096.stm
No he hasnt! Apparently he's been appointed Director Of Football(?!) and Keegan knows hardly anything about it.

Seems like a bizzare choice for that sort of role myself...
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newcastle are still a joke club. the only bigger joke than them is martin o'neill still not signing ANYONE yet despite having the smallest squad in the league
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newcastle - keegan - wise? if anyone can figure that out let me know, please.

FA Cup, nice to see chelski, & loonypool get tough draws for a change whilst United get their 11th consecutive draw against "lesser" opposition!

from some of todays papers;

Chelsea's superstar players were left star-struck themselves yesterday when Diego Maradona visited the club's training ground. The Argentine legend was in huge demand for photographs and autographs. (Various)
Note to linesmen in upcoming chelski matches, watch their BLOODY HANDS CAREFULLY!!!
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newcastle are still a joke club. the only bigger joke than them is martin o'neill still not signing ANYONE yet despite having the smallest squad in the league
And it would seem Villa's squad is about to get smaller 1Step,
Sunderland and Birmingham have joined the race to sign Aston Villa defender Gary Cahill. Bolton have already agreed a fee for the player. (Various)
Birmingham are poised to hold talks with Aston Villa defender Gary Cahill over a possible £5m move. Bolton had a bid for the player accepted on Monday. (Press Association, 1311 GMT)

You'd have thought with Champs Lge qualification a real possibility for several clubs, O'Niell might have strengthened in the window, if they're going to get anyone, they'll have to be quick!
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