haiz i think most of the midfielders had a off day.Hardly see scholes anywhere near pompey's penalty area.Passing was horrible
I loved way Rio (Own Goal) Ferdinand scored. Even before the ball was in the net, he had already turned around and had enough time to throw a tantrum.
well, the league title is still man u's to lose, although the pressure is building up now. there is a small glimmer of hope for chelsea.
cesspool and manure, all the same right? name calling is not about maturity, it is tradition, every football fan in the UK has loads of names for each team they dislike, it is just out of plain fun, only the immature get upset. just be happy that we don't get a name like arse-anal.
i rate vidic very highly, he may be just one person, but manure does not have enough depth in the squad to replace what he offers to the others in defence. i don't watch manure games enough to pinpoint what it is, a little like one defender complimenting the other e.g. carragher and hyypia kind of partnership. without him, see how horrible ferdinand fares.
Neber mind ... lets look forward to the next game at OT against ROMA in 2 days time!
Saha may make the bench:
Louis Saha could be among the substitutes for United's Champions League clash with Roma at Old Trafford on Tuesday evening.
The French striker felt his hamstring in training on Friday and consequently missed United's 2-1 defeat at Portsmouth on Saturday tea-time.
However, Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that the 28-year-old is in the running to make the bench for Tuesday's quarter-final second leg tie.
"Louis will probably be fit enough to be named on the bench," he told MUTV. "His hamstring felt a bit tight on Friday, but I think he'll be okay.
"If he comes through on Tuesday I think he and Alan Smith will figure against Watford in the FA Cup semi-final next Saturday."
Sir Alex also confirmed that Gary Neville is likely to be back for the Premiership clash against Sheffield United at Old Trafford on Tuesday week.
The Reds' skipper, who has missed United's last four matches, hobbled out of the win over Bolton last month after suffering ankle ligament damage.
Transfer Rumours: April 07
Rumours persist that United are set to renew their interest in Tottenham's Bulgarian international striker Dimitar Berbatov when the transfer window re-opens.
The red-hot forward was linked with United before signing for Spurs last summer, and the player himself claimed there was strong interest in his services from Old Trafford.
Martin Jol has voiced his intent to keep hold of Berbatov beyond the end of this season, but various tabloids continue to link United with a summer bid in the region of £19million.
Berbatov joins long term targets Owen Hargreaves and Nani on Sir Alex Ferguson's supposed shopping list, while Mikael Silvestre and Wes Brown continue to be linked with Newcastle.