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    OHAYO!!!!
    wa seh, u damn early. me too.


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    SAF bullish!


    Fergie bullish as Heinze calls in the lawyers

    Sir Alex Ferguson is confident Manchester United will win any legal fight with Gabriel Heinze over his proposed move to Liverpool.

    It has now been confirmed that Heinze has employed a team of lawyers to investigate whether United are right to block a transfer to Anfield, even though Reds boss Rafael Benitez has met the 6.8million asking price for the 29-year-old.

    The shock move effectively renders his Old Trafford future untenable.

    Yet United are sticking to their guns in refusing to let Heinze become the first player to switch between the bitter north-west rivals since Phil Chisnall moved to Merseyside in 1964.

    And, having ordered Heinze to be back in training on August 6, Ferguson has made it clear he expects the Argentina international to meet the deadline.

    'We are aware Gaby is taking legal advice,' confirmed the United boss.

    'That is good. I hope it is good advice because we are confident of our position.

    'He is due back in training on August 6, which gives him three clear weeks' rest after the Copa America. And we expect him back in training a week on Monday.'

    The deadline effectively gives Heinze's lawyers a week to find out if the former Paris St Germain defender has a case, which revolves around whether a letter, signed by chief executive David Gill, confirming the figure United would be prepared to sell Heinze for, overrides the player's contract, which still has two years to run.

    Gill claims he informed Heinze's agent verbally, prior to Liverpool revealing their interest, that United would not be prepared to sell him to any of their three major domestic rivals; a discussion which is thought was recorded and could therefore, in theory, be used as part of any defence the Red Devils may wish to put forward in court.

    The extraordinary prospect of United being sued by one of their own players has added a dramatic twist at the end of what has largely been a productive four-game Far East tour.

    Heinze has been the subject of interest from overseas, with Real Madrid and Inter Milan among the clubs to express an interest.

    But, the huge Spanish-speaking influence at Liverpool, plus an opportunity to remain in the north-west, appears to have an irresistible lure for the player.

    After pinning much of the blame for the present situation on Heinze's agents, Ferguson must now accept the defender is also a prime mover.

    After hailing the 2004 Olympic champion a hero, the tide of supporter goodwill is almost certain to turn against Heinze. Even if he remains at Old Trafford, it is difficult to see him being involved when the champions open the defence of their Premier League crown against Reading on August 12.

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    heinze coming to ANFIELD????



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    Dun think Fergie will release him to Anfield!

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    Dun think Fergie will release him to Anfield!

    let hm come lah, then SAF can make a move for Ashely Cole... i would love to see the face of Moaningrhino, if that happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Dun think Fergie will release him to Anfield!
    dun care la. he wun let him go oso like tat. let him go oso like this.


    most prob he will take a 5million pounds offer from Real Madrid for heinze than to accept a 7m pounds bid from LIVERPOOL.


    that suits me fine too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    let hm come lah, then SAF can make a move for Ashely Cole... i would love to see the face of Moaningrhino, if that happens.
    the mickey's on SAF. shiok. a real sucker punch before the EPL begins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post

    most prob he will take a 5million pounds offer from Real Madrid for heinze than to accept a 7m pounds bid from LIVERPOOL.


    that suits me fine too.
    i oso think that this will happen

    chin chye lor, not that we desperate

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    waaa all so early fall in reporting. Keke

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    i oso think that this will happen

    chin chye lor, not that we desperate
    Rafa is desperate for a left back and if he can speak Spanish, all the more better.

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    ~ BAD NEWS ~


    Pompey lift trophy after penalty win over Liverpool


    Portsmouth held their nerve to lift the Barclays Asia Trophy after a 4-2 penalty shoot-out victory over Liverpool at Hong Kong Stadium.
    A goalless yet entertaining game could not be settled in 90 minutes and Niko Kranjcar scored the decisive spot-kick to ensure Pompey's triumph. Liverpool were the first to gain a measure of control after a full-blooded opening and Dirk Kuyt flicked a Harry Kewell cross narrowly over the crossbar after nine minutes. Kuyt then brought a smart save out of David James down to his left on 20 minutes after the Dutchman had run across the line to latch on to Jermaine Pennant's reverse pass. New signing Ryan Babel then almost embarrassed James when he robbed the goalkeeper of possession but the Portsmouth defence eventually scrambled the ball to safety. Liverpool came closest to taking the lead five minutes later, however, as Babel probed on the edge of the area before laying the ball off to Xabi Alonso. The Spain midfielder moved the ball out to Pennant on the right and the winger easily beat Matt Taylor before crossing to the near post for Kuyt to power a header goalwards. However, James reacted smartly to somehow keep the ball out on the line with his legs. Gary O'Neil could then have put Pompey in front seven minutes before the break as Sulley Muntari's through-ball set the midfielder free but Jose Reina narrowed the angle well and deflected his effort wide for a corner. Fernando Torres made his long-awaited bow in the tournament after 51 mins to rapturous applause when he replaced Kewell. Six minutes later, Mohamed Sissoko's raking ball found Pennant on the left and the winger bundled his way past the onrushing James but sliced horribly wide. Kuyt then spurned yet another opportunity when he decided to cut back onto his right foot instead of taking Sylvain Distin on and his shot was off-target before Torres blazed a good opportunity over the bar on 65 minutes when Kuyt's pass meant for John Arne Riise ricocheted off Sol Campbell and fell to the Spaniard inside the box. A good interchange between Pennant and Sissoko saw Torres fire wide before Reina's piercing kick sent the striker clear and although the chance looked lost after Campbell had held him up, he still managed to stab a loose ball goalward that James did well to parry. Muntari was then booked for clattering Steve Finnan before Steven Gerrard was introduced five minutes from time for Pennant. Reina had to be quick off the mark to close down John Utaka after the goalkeeper's poor clearance had landed his side in trouble and James smothered well at Kuyt's feet after the Dutchman had linked well with Torres. The Spaniard saw his penalty saved by James in the shoot-out as he gave away the advantage gained by Utaka dragging Portsmouth's first penalty well wide of Reina's right-hand post. Yossi Benayoun was also denied by Portsmouth's veteran stopper before Kranjcar dispatched his spot-kick to seal the win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Rafa is desperate for a left back and if he can speak Spanish, all the more better.
    not really la.

    we got a young argentinian left back, up and coming.
    we got aurelio, but out injured.
    we got riise.
    we got carra to fill in if needed.


    so i dun think we need heinze. got then good lor. dun haf oso nvm.


    but we shiok to see SAF angry and malu.
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    ~ BAD NEWS ~


    Pompey lift trophy after penalty win over Liverpool


    Portsmouth held their nerve to lift the Barclays Asia Trophy after a 4-2 penalty shoot-out victory over Liverpool at Hong Kong Stadium.
    A goalless yet entertaining game could not be settled in 90 minutes and Niko Kranjcar scored the decisive spot-kick to ensure Pompey's triumph. Liverpool were the first to gain a measure of control after a full-blooded opening and Dirk Kuyt flicked a Harry Kewell cross narrowly over the crossbar after nine minutes. Kuyt then brought a smart save out of David James down to his left on 20 minutes after the Dutchman had run across the line to latch on to Jermaine Pennant's reverse pass. New signing Ryan Babel then almost embarrassed James when he robbed the goalkeeper of possession but the Portsmouth defence eventually scrambled the ball to safety. Liverpool came closest to taking the lead five minutes later, however, as Babel probed on the edge of the area before laying the ball off to Xabi Alonso. The Spain midfielder moved the ball out to Pennant on the right and the winger easily beat Matt Taylor before crossing to the near post for Kuyt to power a header goalwards. However, James reacted smartly to somehow keep the ball out on the line with his legs. Gary O'Neil could then have put Pompey in front seven minutes before the break as Sulley Muntari's through-ball set the midfielder free but Jose Reina narrowed the angle well and deflected his effort wide for a corner. Fernando Torres made his long-awaited bow in the tournament after 51 mins to rapturous applause when he replaced Kewell. Six minutes later, Mohamed Sissoko's raking ball found Pennant on the left and the winger bundled his way past the onrushing James but sliced horribly wide. Kuyt then spurned yet another opportunity when he decided to cut back onto his right foot instead of taking Sylvain Distin on and his shot was off-target before Torres blazed a good opportunity over the bar on 65 minutes when Kuyt's pass meant for John Arne Riise ricocheted off Sol Campbell and fell to the Spaniard inside the box. A good interchange between Pennant and Sissoko saw Torres fire wide before Reina's piercing kick sent the striker clear and although the chance looked lost after Campbell had held him up, he still managed to stab a loose ball goalward that James did well to parry. Muntari was then booked for clattering Steve Finnan before Steven Gerrard was introduced five minutes from time for Pennant. Reina had to be quick off the mark to close down John Utaka after the goalkeeper's poor clearance had landed his side in trouble and James smothered well at Kuyt's feet after the Dutchman had linked well with Torres. The Spaniard saw his penalty saved by James in the shoot-out as he gave away the advantage gained by Utaka dragging Portsmouth's first penalty well wide of Reina's right-hand post. Yossi Benayoun was also denied by Portsmouth's veteran stopper before Kranjcar dispatched his spot-kick to seal the win.
    old news liao leh.


    as long as it doesn't happen in the EPL or the champs league.


    frenly can lose 10-0 oso nvm
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    Quote Originally Posted by airfins View Post
    keep ur head up la.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    not really la.

    we got a young argentinian left back, up and coming.
    we got aurelio, but out injured.
    we got riise.
    we got carra to fill in if needed.


    so i dun think we need heinze. got then good lor. dun haf oso nvm.


    but we shiok to see SAF angry and malu.
    the young argentinian name i think is leto

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    the young argentinian name i think is leto
    i forgot the name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    i forgot the name.
    ok i think is insua

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