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    SAF fielded those with fresh legs... no Giggsy, no Scholskie...

    we should have scored more goals during the 2nd half.... at least we won, thanks to ronaldo...

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    i hope to see more of giggsy & scholskie..... on the bench

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    Roma KOed Madrid....... Hmmm.......Man Utd Vs Roma?

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Roma KOed Madrid....... Hmmm.......Man Utd Vs Roma?
    Harh...sian...will be a tough tie if it comes to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    Harh...sian...will be a tough tie if it comes to that.
    There will be no easy tie in the quarter-finals. All clubs that qualified are strong. Maybe Fenerbahce and Schalke 04 are easier but it seems like Man Utd dun have lucky draws these days when it comes to cup competitions. The FA cup draws are killers.....

    Arsenal
    Barcelona
    Chelsea
    Fenerbahce
    Inter Milan/Liverpool
    Man Utd
    Roma
    Schalke 04

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    There will be no easy tie in the quarter-finals. All clubs that qualified are strong. Maybe Fenerbahce and Schalke 04 are easier but it seems like Man Utd dun have lucky draws these days when it comes to cup competitions. The FA cup draws are killers.....

    Arsenal
    Barcelona
    Chelsea
    Fenerbahce
    Inter Milan/Liverpool
    Man Utd
    Roma
    Schalke 04
    I don't mind if we meet Roma again. Afterall, we have a psychological edge over them having overcome them twice - one with a big margin (7-1).
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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm View Post
    I don't mind if we meet Roma again. Afterall, we have a psychological edge over them having overcome them twice - one with a big margin (7-1).
    Bro, not everyday sunday can 7-1 win....

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    There will be no easy tie in the quarter-finals. All clubs that qualified are strong. Maybe Fenerbahce and Schalke 04 are easier but it seems like Man Utd dun have lucky draws these days when it comes to cup competitions. The FA cup draws are killers.....

    Arsenal
    Barcelona
    Chelsea
    Fenerbahce
    Inter Milan/Liverpool
    Man Utd
    Roma
    Schalke 04
    Anyone also can lah.... used to facing big team ... its been some time snice we went to NOU Camp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    There will be no easy tie in the quarter-finals. All clubs that qualified are strong. Maybe Fenerbahce and Schalke 04 are easier but it seems like Man Utd dun have lucky draws these days when it comes to cup competitions. The FA cup draws are killers.....

    Arsenal
    Barcelona
    Chelsea
    Fenerbahce
    Inter Milan/Liverpool
    Man Utd
    Roma
    Schalke 04
    We have so many outstanding International quality player like Ronaldo, Vidic, Evra, Nani...Anderson....Infact I fancy our chance against foreign team.....local team will be very hard and a little sianz.....except Liverpool...this one sure chop

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Bro, not everyday sunday can 7-1 win....
    No, bro melvin, I am not suggesting that we will win big again. That was one off but I am confident, if we meet Roma again, we can beat them given the psychological edge we have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    We have so many outstanding International quality player like Ronaldo, Vidic, Evra, Nani...Anderson....Infact I fancy our chance against foreign team.....local team will be very hard and a little sianz.....except Liverpool...this one sure chop
    Talking about Liverpool, I read a post in another forum where one of their supporters predicted a 7-0 win over Newcastle. Just because Newcastle is on a losing streak coupled with the fact that we have beaten them twice by a big score, they too believe they can do it. They are not in the same league as us in EPL and I honestly doubt they can beat the Magpies by such a margin. That guy must be dreaming when he made the prediction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm View Post
    Talking about Liverpool, I read a post in another forum where one of their supporters predicted a 7-0 win over Newcastle. Just because Newcastle is on a losing streak coupled with the fact that we have beaten them twice by a big score, they too believe they can do it. They are not in the same league as us in EPL and I honestly doubt they can beat the Magpies by such a margin. That guy must be dreaming when he made the prediction.
    Since there is no money and no bets, anyone can predict anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm View Post
    I don't mind if we meet Roma again. Afterall, we have a psychological edge over them having overcome them twice - one with a big margin (7-1).
    lol I read that after the 1st leg when they beat RM 2-1, like the same score line as they beat us last year, they go phobia that RM might whack them.

    I'll like to face Roma. 7-1 is a devastating scoreline and I'm sure if they will to face Man Utd, it will be on their minds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    There will be no easy tie in the quarter-finals. All clubs that qualified are strong. Maybe Fenerbahce and Schalke 04 are easier but it seems like Man Utd dun have lucky draws these days when it comes to cup competitions. The FA cup draws are killers.....

    Arsenal
    Barcelona
    Chelsea
    Fenerbahce
    Inter Milan/Liverpool
    Man Utd
    Roma
    Schalke 04
    The Champions League used to be dominated by Spanish/Italian clubs a few seasons ago, now there is 4 English clubs in there. Hopefully at least one of them will win (and I wish it will be Man Utd), and not repeat the failure like last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm View Post
    Talking about Liverpool, I read a post in another forum where one of their supporters predicted a 7-0 win over Newcastle. Just because Newcastle is on a losing streak coupled with the fact that we have beaten them twice by a big score, they too believe they can do it. They are not in the same league as us in EPL and I honestly doubt they can beat the Magpies by such a margin. That guy must be dreaming when he made the prediction.
    I predict their old boy owen will score against them!

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    Reds consider Foster loan option

    United are considering a number of enquiries from Championship clubs to take Ben Foster on loan until the end of the season.

    The 24-year-old goalkeeper returned from a serious knee injury for United’s reserves on Thursday this week, coming through the entire 90 minutes. Having suffered no adverse reaction, Sir Alex Ferguson is eager to challenge Foster with regular first-team football. And it appears there is no shortage of offers.

    “I was hoping he would come through the Reserve match last night because there is a consideration for us to put him out on loan with a Championship club until the end of the season,” confirmed Sir Alex.

    “I’ll have a chat with him early next week, but we’ve already had a few enquiries for him from the Championship and I think it would be good for him. We will consider all these options at the beginning of next week.”

    Foster is certainly highly-rated, both at United and for England, and news of his return has raised the prospect of the former Stoke City shot-stopper challenging for the number one spot with both club and country.

    “He came through the game without any problems,” added Sir Alex. “We are very pleased because he is a fantastic prospect. Everyone recognises that he is potentially the top goalkeeper England have available. I think he is above them all.

    “It would have been yet another selection dilemma for me if Ben had been available this season. The experience and performances of Edwin van der Sar, and even Tomasz Kuszczak. Next season I will have that dilemma about who my number one choice will be. But challenging and competition is a good thing, and I look forward to that.”

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    10 more hrs to go!

    Veteran duo back for Cup clash

    Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs are both likely starters for United's FA Cup quarter-final clash with Portsmouth on Saturday lunchtime.

    Despite a sublime display in the Reds' win at Fulham last weekend, Scholes found himself on the bench for the Champions League victory over Lyon. Sir Alex admitted it was a tough decision to leave out the midfielder and insisted he will be back in action for the Cup clash.

    Giggs is fit again after a calf injury ruled him out of United's last two matches and looks set to return to the starting eleven against Pompey.

    “Everyone is fit for Saturday, and I have a difficult choice to make," said Sir Alex. "That seems to be the norm at the moment. But that is something I relish and am happy to do. Without that squad we wouldn’t be in the position we are in now.

    "Scholesy will play against Portsmouth," he added. "His performance against Fulham was vintage. It wasn't easy to leave him out against Lyon."

    Meanwhile, Gary Neville and Mikael Silvestre are both continuing to make good progress with their recovery from long term ankle and knee injuries respectively.

    "Gary and Mikael are on a good programme now," said the boss. "I am pretty positive about them. Gary has been much better and it’s a matter now of sticking to that framework of what we’re doing with them. We want to make sure he doesn’t have any niggling recurrences of the small injuries that have been holding him back."

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    Why oh why, Man U??? boo hoo

    Just one of those days nothing will go in.... sigh

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    Everything we shoot repelled by Porthmouth or the poll Maybe because Scholes was starting.....he is jinx Porthmouth really play very well and dicipline I guess....so boh pian I guess.....no team can win forever

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    Treble dream still alive...?

    Haha... bad decision by the ref re the red card, and tons of missed chances.....

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