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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Maybe Fergie fancy fielding all the 10 midfielders to play total football...ohter team will be jialat liao
    Imagine 1 goalkeeper with 10 mid-fielders playing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galdor View Post
    Imagine 1 goalkeeper with 10 mid-fielders playing.
    thats not too bad....we can play ALA Che$ki style mar....

    play with the opponents and then just pip in 1 gola at the last minute at the same time entertain the crowds by twisting and turning and maybe doing the SEAL .....aka Kerlon .....

    i wanna see ski's player's faces

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    Heinze ignores transfer talk

    Reds defender Gabriel Heinze insists he's taking no notice of current media speculation linking him with an Old Trafford exit.

    Instead, the 29-year-old has his sights firmly set on leading Argentina to the final of this year's prestigious Copa America tournament.

    "Nobody at United has told me I'm not wanted next season," Heinze told the Sunday Mirror. "I have just enjoyed one of the best years in my career [and the team] played sensationally."

    Heinze, who made 38 appearances for the Reds in the 2006/07 campaign, has allegedly attracted interest from some of Europe's premier clubs, including Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona.

    "I know rumours of transfer offers have appeared, but that's not a problem for me. My head is with the Argentina team and the Copa America."

    Argentina face the United States of America in their opening Group C clash on 28 June.

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    Carlos Queiroz admits he hopes to replace Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager and has warned Chelsea of further suffering next season.

    United denied Chelsea a Premiership title hat-trick last term and Queiroz is keen to ensure the champions can build on the success.

    With three big signings already added to the Old Trafford squad, United's assistant manager is targeting a clean sweep of trophies.

    "We want to go for everything next season," Queiroz told the People. "We always want the maximum.

    "I want the league and Champions League. We came close this season, so we have to take advantage of that experience to try again next season.

    "Chelsea suffered last season in the league. We have shown that we have a better squad than Chelsea and that is why we won the league.

    "And now we have strengthened our side even more with the arrival of Nani and Anderson. If each one gives us half as much as Cristiano Ronaldo is giving us then we will be more than satisfied."

    Regarding his own future, Queiroz revealed his wish to succeed Ferguson at Old Trafford when the Scot eventually decides to retire.

    The Portuguese added: "With just a few changes to the side we are prepared to be champions again.

    "Sir Alex Ferguson still has a great desire, even more so after winning the title. He wants to go one step at a time and has no set date for his goodbye. At the moment it is ruled out.

    "I am learning every day at this club. It is not up to me, but it is logical that I would like to be one day the manager of Manchester United."
    I don't think Queiroz has what it takes to be the next manager of ManU despite being SAF's deputy for quite sometime. He has no proven track record and his previous stint as RM's manager ended in his sacking. With that kinda record, the club will definitely give the job to somebody who has a very good management record as any lesser manager could spell disaster given the club's reputation and the excellent record by SAF.

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    Today's transfer rumours:

    Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has hinted he may quit the club to experience football in Spain or Italy (Various)

    Atletico Madrid will spark a transfer scramble among Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham next week when they say striker Fernando Torres can leave (Mirror).

    Bolton boss Sammy Lee has made a £1.5m move for Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt (Daily Express).

    Everton manager David Moyes is challenging Barcelona, Inter Milan and Roma for the signature of Kolo Toure's £8m-rated brother Yaya, who plays in midfield for Monaco (Mirror).

    Birmingham manager Steve Bruce has been told he will have to spend £6m if he wants to sign West Brom striker Diomansky Kamara (Various).

    However, he could face competition from Fulham for Kamara's signature, with the Cottagers also targeting Baggies midfielder Jason Koumas (Daily Mail).

    Arsenal defender Philippe Senderos is wanted by Spanish club Real Zaragoza (Mirror)

    Chelsea have raided Leeds to sign rising teenage star Ben Gordon in a £1.5m deal (Daily Express).

    Turkey's top striker Sanli Tuncay could be heading for Middlesbrough on a free transfer (Mirror)

    Portsmouth and Fulham have expressed an interest in signing forward Hameur Bouazza from relegated Watford (The Guardian).

    Rangers have been told they must treble their £1m offer for Osasuna centre-half Carlos Cuellar (Daily Record).

    Blackburn midfielder Robbie Savage will reject a pay rise offer from Sheffield United to stay at Ewood Park (The Sun)

    Tottenham will rival Newcastle for the signature of Barcelona's 30-year-old French winger Ludovic Giuly, who could be available for a cut-price £1.5m (Mirror)

    Sunderland boss Roy Keane wants to follow up the signing of Greg Halford from Reading with a move for Manchester United forward Alan Smith (Daily Star).

    Turkish side Besiktas have made an offer to sign Sheffield United forward Colin Kazim-Richards (The Guardian).

    Newcastle manager Sam Allardyce wants to completely rebuild his defence with the signings of Bolton's Tal Ben Haim, Liverpool centre-half Sami Hyypia, Paris St Germain's David Rozehnal and Marseille skipper Habib Beye (The Sun).

    Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood is ready to hijack Falkirk's bid to sign keeper Kasper Schmeichel on a permanent basis (Daily Record).

    Wigan boss Chris Hutchings is planning a £2.5m swoop for Sheffield United striker Rob Hulse (The Sun).

    And he could follow that up with a move for unsettled Tottenham midfielder Danny Murphy and Portsmouth defender Andy O'Brien (The Guardian)

    Relegated Leeds United want to sign free agent Marc Bircham, who was released by QPR last month (The Sun).

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm View Post
    I don't think Queiroz has what it takes to be the next manager of ManU despite being SAF's deputy for quite sometime. He has no proven track record and his previous stint as RM's manager ended in his sacking. With that kinda record, the club will definitely give the job to somebody who has a very good management record as any lesser manager could spell disaster given the club's reputation and the excellent record by SAF.
    Actually, his appointment at RM is an embaressment to the club. Imagine he can only be number 2 at Man Utd at that time and yet, he can be RM's head coach. By the time they realised that, they became laughing stock liao.

    But I think he is good. All credit have to go to him for being in Nani and Anderson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm View Post
    I don't think Queiroz has what it takes to be the next manager of ManU despite being SAF's deputy for quite sometime. He has no proven track record and his previous stint as RM's manager ended in his sacking. With that kinda record, the club will definitely give the job to somebody who has a very good management record as any lesser manager could spell disaster given the club's reputation and the excellent record by SAF.
    One day he might became Portugal coach....you never know...but at club level....erm...I think he is only good enought as HR manager....for Latino speaking player

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    One day he might became Portugal coach....you never know...but at club level....erm...I think he is only good enought as HR manager....for Latino speaking player

    He was once a Portugal coach

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    ..but at club level....erm...I think he is only good enought as HR manager....for Latino speaking player
    wah u really see him no up! Ultimate insult sia.

    But he is still quite a mystery. dunno how is his management skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    He was once a Portugal coach
    Really...nowonder they won nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Really...nowonder they won nothing

    Not everyone is cut out to be Man U nos 1.

    Humble me can be one of the assistants I be happy liao

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    That's why we are critically short of striker. Should buy not one but two strikers!

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    Coming soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm View Post
    That's why we are critically short of striker. Should buy not one but two strikers!
    With the budget Man Utd has now, quite a number of strikers are priced out of reach. Unless we go for freebies like Saviola and budget like Anelka, Bent etc. Buying 2 will be difficult with such a budget.

    Saha is a sad case la.

    Today's transfer rumours:

    Charlton's Darren Bent will join West Ham for £18m in a deal that will net the striker £80,000 a week. (Star)

    Hayden Mullins and Marlon Harewood will head the other way across London and link up with former boss Alan Pardew at the Addicks in a £12m deal. (Mirror)

    Charlton's Dennis Rommedahl will join Rennes in a £500,000 deal. (Sun)

    New Juventus boss Claudio Ranieri will offer Liverpool David Trezeguet in the hope of luring Peter Crouch. (Mail)

    But Arsene Wenger wants to bring striker Trezeguet to Arsenal in a move which he hopes will appease unsettled skipper Thierry Henry. (Sun)

    And the Gunners are also lining up a £6m deal for Ajax's Dutch international forward Ryan Babel. (Mirror)

    Babel's arrival would force Freddie Ljungberg out of the door, with West Ham and Portsmouth interested. (Star)

    Portsmouth are mulling over a £1.5m move for Maccabi Haifa striker Roberto Colautti. (Express)

    And Pompey boss Harry Redknapp is increasingly confident he will beat off opposition from Werder Bremen to sign Lyon midfielder Alou Diarra. (Star)

    Sunderland will sign striker David Nugent from Preston for £6m after the England U21 Championships. (Star)

    And Black Cats boss Roy Keane will raid former club Manchester United for £7m-rated striker Alan Smith. (Mirror)

    Newcastle want Reading left-back Nicky Shorey, which may alert West Ham who will be happy to stump up £6m. (Sun)

    The Magpies may not have it all their own way in signing Paris St Germain defender David Rozehnal. Borussia Dortmund are also interested. (Sun)

    Newcastle boss Sam Allardyce will go head-to-head with former club Bolton in the race to sign Trabzonspor winger Goldeniz Karadeniz. (Various)

    Fenerbahce and Besiktas want Sheffield United's Colin Kazim-Richards. (Star)

    Middlesbrough are closing in on Turkish international striker Tuncay Sanli on a free deal from Fenerbahce. (Telegraph)

    Boro will offer James Morrison and Adam Johnson in an effort to land West Brom striker Diomansy Kamara. (Mirror)

    Birmingham have given up on signing Albion striker Diomansy Kamara but will go back in for Jason Koumas. (Sun)

    Wigan have bid £4m for Welsh international midfielder Koumas and are also chasing Fulham's Michael Brown and Danny Murphy of Tottenham. (Daily Mail)

    West Brom want a combined £10m for star duo Jason Koumas and Diomansy Kamara after both Birmingham and Fulham were reported to have offered £5m for them. (Daily Star)

    One definite arrival at Wigan's JJB Stadium is defender Mario Melchiot, who will join from Rennes. (Various)

    Coventry are favourites ahead of Wigan, Rangers and Sunderland to sign Blackburn defender Andy Todd. (Mirror)

    West Brom are going to step up their interest in Celtic striker Craig Beattie with a £750,000 offer. (Record)

    Hamburg's Dutch midfielder Nigel de Jong will not be moving to the Premiership. Aston Villa and Tottenham were said to be interested. (Sun)

    Keeper Kaspar Schmeichel could leave Manchester City for Aberdeen. (Record)

    Osasuna are demanding £3m from Rangers for striker Carlos Cuellar. The Ibroz outfit have offered £1m. (Record

    West Ham forward Carlos Tevez will resolve his future in the next week, with Manchester United and Inter Milan both keen to sign him. (The Times)

    Inter will offer £30m for the Argentine, but Premiership champions United favour a loan deal. (Express)

    Well the last 2 rumour, we can't afford 30m for Tevez. Inter will get him liao.

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    MU win another English title with this one

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2...270015,00.html

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    Well it seems that Saha will not be out for so long afterall. Fit for start of new season.

    Saha will be fit for season start
    Manchester United striker Louis Saha's agents have dismissed suggestions the player will miss the first few months of the coming season.
    Ranko Stojic was quoted as saying the French forward could be out until December after a knee operation.

    But a statement from the Stella Group said: "Louis Saha has absolutely no ties with Ranko Stojic.

    Agent confident Smith will stay
    The agent of Manchester United striker Alan Smith has insisted that the player is willing to stay and fight for his place at Old Trafford.
    Newspaper reports had suggested Smith, 26, was ready to move on if he was not guaranteed first-team football.

    But agent Alex Black told BBC Radio Five Live: "He's still got two years left at arguably the biggest football club in the world.

    "He's got every confidence in himself to stay and fight."

    Smith should stay although he will get much more starts at other clubs, Man Utd is the club to be if he wannna be selected for England and win titles.

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    Sampdoria centre-forward Fabio Quagliarella, 23, or Jermain Defoe the next striker target for SAF?

    http://www.manutd.com/default.sps?pa...&newsid=435928
    Last edited by redstorm; 14th June 2007 at 09:14 PM.

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    Manchester United 07/08 fixtures:

    Tuesday, 17 July 2007
    Friendly Match
    Urawa Red Diamonds v Man Utd, 12:00

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    Friday, 20 July 2007
    Friendly Match
    FC Seoul v Man Utd, 12:00

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    Monday, 23 July 2007
    Friendly Match
    Shenzhen Jianlibao v Man Utd, 12:00

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    Wednesday, 01 August 2007
    Friendly Match
    Man Utd v Inter Milan

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    Friday, 03 August 2007
    Friendly Match
    Doncaster v Man Utd, 19:45

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    Saturday, 11 August 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Reading, 15:00

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    Tuesday, 14 August 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Portsmouth v Man Utd, 19:45

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    Saturday, 18 August 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Man City v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 25 August 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Tottenham, 15:00

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    Saturday, 01 September 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Sunderland, 15:00

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    Saturday, 15 September 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Everton v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 22 September 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Chelsea, 15:00

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    Saturday, 29 September 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Birmingham v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 06 October 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Wigan, 15:00

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    Saturday, 20 October 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Aston Villa v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 27 October 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Middlesbro', 15:00

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    Saturday, 03 November 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Arsenal v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 10 November 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Blackburn, 15:00

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    Saturday, 24 November 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Bolton v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 01 December 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Fulham, 15:00

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    Saturday, 08 December 2007
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    Man Utd v Derby, 15:00

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    Saturday, 15 December 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 22 December 2007
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    Man Utd v Everton, 15:00

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    Wednesday, 26 December 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    Sunderland v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 29 December 2007
    Barclays Premier League
    West Ham v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Tuesday, 01 January 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Birmingham, 15:00

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    Saturday, 12 January 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Newcastle, 15:00

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    Saturday, 19 January 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Reading v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Wednesday, 30 January 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Portsmouth, 19:45

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    Saturday, 02 February 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Tottenham v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 09 February 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Man City, 15:00

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    Saturday, 23 February 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Newcastle v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 01 March 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Fulham v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 08 March 2008
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    Man Utd v Bolton, 15:00

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    Saturday, 15 March 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Derby v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 22 March 2008
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    Man Utd v Liverpool, 15:00

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    Saturday, 29 March 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Aston Villa, 15:00

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    Saturday, 05 April 2008
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    Middlesbro' v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 12 April 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v Arsenal, 15:00

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    Saturday, 19 April 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Blackburn v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 26 April 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Chelsea v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Saturday, 03 May 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd v West Ham, 15:00

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    Sunday, 11 May 2008
    Barclays Premier League
    Wigan v Man Utd, 15:00

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm View Post
    Sampdoria centre-forward Fabio Quagliarella, 23, or Jermain Defoe the next striker target for SAF?

    http://www.manutd.com/default.sps?pa...&newsid=435928
    Interesting! Is this Fabio Quagliarella the guy who scored a hat-trick against Eng a few months back? Is he also the one that kept Rossi to the wings for Italy U21?

    Hmmm......Defoe, he is suppose to be good but he can't break the Keane and Berbatov at Spurs. I think he is not profilic enough but quite fast.

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