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    This Sunday we will be having our leauge cup final rehearsel against Spurs in the FA cup!

    While pools will have their replay against Everton in FA tml!

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Real Madrid target Arsenal boss Wenger

    Real Madrid presidential contender Florentino Perez will make the appointment of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger the cornerstone of his election campaign.

    "Florentino wants to make Wenger both coach and general manager of Real this summer - and will promise it will happen," a source close to Perez told The Mirror.

    Perez is the favourite to win the presidency following the resignation of Ramon Calderon over a vote-rigging scandal and will also target Gunners skipper Cesc Fabregas and Kaka, from AC Milan.

    The 61-year-old Perez was the architect of Real Madrid's galactico era between 2000 and 2006 and was elected as president on the back of a promise to sign Luis Figo from arch-rivals Barcelona.

    And the former Bernabeu chief is hoping the same trick will work twice.

    "With Kaka and Fabregas as players and Wenger as coach, Florentino will take Real back to where they should be," the Perez contact said.

    Wenger has twice rejected Perez's overtures during his 13-years as Arsenal manager; but the dual role of coach and general manager - which would mean the departure of sporting director Predrag Mijatovic - would mean far greater control at Real than previous coaches have enjoyed.

    Many a Madrid president has swept to power on the promise that they will sign some of football's biggest names and have failed to deliver. Calderon promised to lure Kaka and Cesc Fabregas to the Bernabeu during his election campaign but neither arrived.
    Its high time he leave to save him the blushes for failing to get into CL Qualifying! If he go RM he no need to worry about qualifying as RM most likely will be through!

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Funny


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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Its high time he leave to save him the blushes for failing to get into CL Qualifying! If he go RM he no need to worry about qualifying as RM most likely will be through!
    And not only that.
    Unlike Arsenal, Real will be forcing him to use their money to buy players.

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    lol Liverpool pimping themselves to new sugar daddy again. How cheap can they be? But then again, their club is not well run and kenna conned by Amercians.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/foot...ol/7846422.stm

    lol Kuwaiti! Pimp my club!
    Last edited by afbug; 23rd January 2009 at 11:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    And not only that.
    Unlike Arsenal, Real will be forcing him to use their money to buy players.
    Wenger will then tell them i prefer to bulid a team of youngster no need world class players!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    lol Liverpool pimping themselves to new sugar daddy again. How cheap can they be? But then again, their club is not well run and kenna conned by Amercians.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/foot...ol/7846422.stm

    lol Kuwaiti! Pimp my club!
    Not the first time they doing that! They trying to be Chelsea or Man City or RM!

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    Liverpool co-owners working toward £500m sale

    Liverpool's co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett have attempted to start an auction for the Anfield club.

    While it has emerged that one of the world's richest dynasties are in talks over a possible £500m takeover, it is also clear that the Kuwaiti Al-Kharafi family are not interested in purchasing just a minority share, as has been suggested.

    Hicks and Gillett have appointed rival banks to try to find potential buyers - Merrill Lynch are working for Hicks while Gillett has appointed Rothschilds.

    There is already believed to be one European party that wants to discuss a deal, and if the two banks can find further suitors, the American co-owners may be able to force a sale in excess of £500m.

    It has emerged that Hicks sanctioned talks this week with the Al-Kharafi family, initially over funding for the club's new stadium but then for a possible takeover.

    Gillett is thought to have been initially unaware of the talks, held with the club's commercial director Ian Ayre and financial director Phillip Nash.

    Both are considered to be allies of Hicks in the on-going divorce between the club's owners.

    A source close to the deal said: ''Hicks has been trying to sell his assets, and that is believed to include Texas Rangers, while Gillett has cut back on his NASCAR involvement.

    ''Liverpool was almost sold to the Al-Kharafi family in November, it only needed a signature, but they walked away. Hicks is believed to have been furious.''

    Now the deal has been resurrected.

    The Al-Kharafi family's wealth is estimated at £8bn, and they had previously been involved in talks to buy Newcastle.

    They are led by two brothers, Nasser and Jassem, but the planned purchase of Liverpool is likely to be a project overseen by one of their sons.

    And it has also emerged that Nasser claims to be a Liverpool fan.

    He attended Liverpool College of Commerce before graduating with a Bachelor of the Arts degree in business administration.

    Hicks and Gillett both now plan to attend the home game with Chelsea on February 1 when their objectives will be clearer, and they are also likely to try to revive contract negotiations with manager Rafael Benitez.

    It is now accepted that Liverpool will have to be sold by July, with there being no chance of the Royal Bank of Scotland refinancing the co-owners' £350m loan taken out to buy the club two years ago.

    That loan was extended for six months at the beginning of the year, but the source said: ''Hicks has been told time is running out, the clock is ticking.''

    They added: ''Hicks knows that RBS will not refinance the original deal.''

    Gillett, who wanted to sell to Dubai International Capital last season only to be thwarted by Hicks, is understood not to be planning to block this current move in retaliation.

    In the 50-50 partnership, both sides must agree on a deal to sell. Gillett could block it, but business requirements will take precedence.

    The Americans know they must find a buyer or a new financial arrangement with another bank - or see RBS take control themselves.

    In the current climate no other bank is likely to take on such a new loan, while RBS's involvement in control of Liverpool would also put the Government in a difficult position considering they now own a majority stake.

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    If this goes on, the EPL teams will all be bought over by the Saudis, Kuwaitis, Arabs.
    Now the EPL has become a playground for the riches.

    Miss those times when the EPL is still not so reach.
    Those are the times when the players are really commited to the clubs.
    Play for the clubs with their heart.

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    Default Re: Manchester United IX - Quest for Treble Glory Continues....

    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    If this goes on, the EPL teams will all be bought over by the Saudis, Kuwaitis, Arabs.
    Now the EPL has become a playground for the riches.

    Miss those times when the EPL is still not so reach.
    Those are the times when the players are really commited to the clubs.
    Play for the clubs with their heart.
    Ya lor ... now so comercialise that playing for passion is Now all playing for $ who give better go no wonder the standard of English soccer is going down the drain as the yr goes by now they are reaching such a low point that no eye to see!

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    Ya lor.
    It only started recently.
    First come Abramovic, then suddenly all the Saudis and Arabs also come in.
    And they are much much richer then Mr. Abra.
    Kaoz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Ya lor.
    It only started recently.
    First come Abramovic, then suddenly all the Saudis and Arabs also come in.
    And they are much much richer then Mr. Abra.
    Kaoz.
    Hope They(FIFA) put a cap on salary of players then should be able to stop they ridiculars pricing n salary!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Hope They(FIFA) put a cap on salary of players then should be able to stop they ridiculars pricing n salary!
    Agree on that man.
    Imagine a top soccer star like Ronaldo, Kaka, Messi.
    The amount they earn one month is more that what the commoners are able to earn in their life time.

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    lol nevermind la. However rich they might be, 1 things for sure is Man Utd will be there to rise to the challenge. After Roman bought chelsea, its Man Utd that won back the titles.

    As a Man Utd fan, 1 can be proud that the club's spending is all financed by its own gate fees, TV $$, merchandising and not relied on sugar daddies. This is the mark of a true big club, the rest are just puny.

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    Man Utd vs Spurs

    Starting Lineup
    Forster
    Neville
    Vidic
    O'Shea
    Fabio
    Ronaldo
    Carrick
    Scholes
    Tevez
    Berbatov
    Welbeck

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    5th min.
    Man Utd 0-1 Tottenham

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    haiya...

    first half Man U was so effective,

    2nd half like KO liao....wah lau eh!

    but Carlos teves

    it'll be stupid for Old fergie not to sign him loh...look at his amount of energy level!

    everybody else punctured liao, he still run here and torment all the torte players!

    haiz.....WAKE UP LAR MAN U!

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    Man Utd thru to next round of FA Cup.

    Man Utd 2-1 Tottenham
    Roman Pavlyuchenko (5) - Spurs
    Paul Scholes (35) - Man Utd
    Dimitar Berbatov (36) - Man Utd

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    Default Re: Manchester United IX - Quest for Treble Glory Continues....

    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Man Utd thru to next round of FA Cup.

    Man Utd 2-1 Tottenham
    Roman Pavlyuchenko (5) - Spurs
    Paul Scholes (35) - Man Utd
    Dimitar Berbatov (36) - Man Utd


    Woa so fast play liao i tot is tonight man!

    Anyway a win is what we needed i think we got another 2 players out on injury right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Woa so fast play liao i tot is tonight man!

    Anyway a win is what we needed i think we got another 2 players out on injury right?
    Yeah man.
    Alot of senior players are injured, as well as youngsters.
    It doesn't matter, as long as this guy bags in the goals.


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