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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    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.

    Then he will be abit siong got to out score the no. of goals our denfence conceded just like what we did 2 seasons ago when our whole defence is out now also same same!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Then he will be abit siong got to out score the no. of goals our denfence conceded just like what we did 2 seasons ago when our whole defence is out now also same same!
    Like that then can prove that he's worth the money spent.
    The next Cantona.

    Oohhh... Aahhhh... Berbatov~

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    Quote Originally Posted by plsoong View Post
    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!
    ITs not that Fergie dun want him but he is a bit too ex and dun think Man Utd can afford him or want to pay that kinda price for him.

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    It was an excellent 2-1 win but at a cost of injures again. This time its Fabio and Welbeck. No luck with injures this 2 games.



    BTW, Giggs to be offered new contract:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/foot...td/7850068.stm

    Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has promised to offer veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs a new contract.

    The 35-year-old Giggs, British football's most decorated player, hinted earlier in January he might retire at the end of the season.

    "Ryan will be offered a new contract, of course," said Ferguson. "He has been fantastic for us this season.

    "He could win the Footballer of the Year award and it would be fitting if he did after the career he has had."

    The former Welsh international has won 10 Premier League titles, two Champions League titles, four FA Cups and two League Cups in his 18-year career with United

    He made a club record 759th appearance in last season's Champions League final win over Chelsea, surpassing Bobby Charlton.

    Giggs scored the second goal in United's title-clinching win at Wigan last season before converting the decisive penalty in the victory over Chelsea in Moscow.

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    Our current injury list is bad, worst among the clubs.

    GK - None

    Def: Wes Brown, Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra, Jonny Evans, Rafael and Fabio

    Mid: Owen Hargreaves, Anderson, Nani, and Ji-sung Park

    Att: Rooney and Welbeck.

    Except for a GK, we can field a team from this list that can beat any club in the EPL!

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    Happy CNY to all Man Utd fans!

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    Liverpool held 1-1 again by Everton in the FA Cup tie.
    Return leg of FA Cup will be play at Goodison.

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    liverpool 以和为贵again , draw king lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Our current injury list is bad, worst among the clubs.

    GK - None

    Def: Wes Brown, Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra, Jonny Evans, Rafael and Fabio

    Mid: Owen Hargreaves, Anderson, Nani, and Ji-sung Park

    Att: Rooney and Welbeck.

    Except for a GK, we can field a team from this list that can beat any club in the EPL!
    Just put Foster in can le.... and we are ready to rule the injured list

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Liverpool held 1-1 again by Everton in the FA Cup tie.
    Return leg of FA Cup will be play at Goodison.
    Thats actually bad news for us cos the match against Everton next mon will be brought forward to this Sat. Less rest after the away WBA game tomorrow. Rather either team win.

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    LIVE! Telecast Tonight At 3.45am.

    WBA vs Man Utd

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    Milan ready to pay £4.5m to keep Beckham



    AC Milan are willing to pay a £4.5m transfer fee for David Beckham to remain at the San Siro but, according to chief executive Adriano Galliani, LA Galaxy are yet to agree to a deal.

    Beckham's five-year deal with the MLS club has a break clause inserted that means he can leave California for free in October. Milan aim to offer cash to tempt Galaxy to allow the 33-year-old to stay in Italy. Reports in England suggest that Milan, having held discussions with his American club believe that £4.5m will be enough to get that clause activated.

    "If Beckham comes to an agreement with Galaxy, we are ready to pay a figure. In the coming days we will meet his advisors," Galliani told Sky Sport 24.

    "If Los Angeles Galaxy decide not to sell him, they won't sell him."

    "The player wants to stay with us but even he knows he must return to America."

    Beckham, who moved to Milan to prove his fitness to England boss Fabio Capello, has been a first-choice starter for the Rossoneri and grabbed his first goal at the weekend in a 4-1 rout of Bologna.

    His post-match press conference seemed to open the door of an extension of his stay and manager Carlo Ancelotti and Milan owner and Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi have both spoken of his readiness to retain the former England captain.

    British tabloid reports suggest wife Victoria is less keen on staying in Italy and does not want to uproot their three sons after their previous spell in a non-English speaking country with Real Madrid.


    Galliani said Milan would be willing to soften the blow of any loss in earnings if Beckham broke his a highly lucrative deal with Galaxy and MLS.

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    Line-ups:

    West Bromwich Albion Manchester United
    19 Scott Carson (G) (G) Edwin van der Sar 1
    30 Ryan Donk (CD-L) (CD-L) Nemanja Vidic 15
    18 Pedro Miguel Cardoso Monteiro Pele (CD-R) (CD-R) Rio Ferdinand 5
    3 Paul Robinson (LB) (LB) John O'Shea 22
    2 Carl Hoefkens (RB) (RB) Gary Neville 2
    7 Robert Koren (CM-L) (CM-L) Ryan Giggs 11
    28 Borja Valero (CM-R) (CM-R) Michael Carrick 16
    11 Chris Brunt (LM) (LM) Cristiano Ronaldo 7
    22 Gianni Zuiverloon (RM) (RM) Ji-Sung Park 13
    29 Jay Simpson (CF-L) (CF-L) Carlos Tevez 32
    32 Marc-Antoine Fortune (CF-R) (CF-R) Dimitar Berbatov 9


    Oh Rio n Park are back!
    Last edited by melvin; 28th January 2009 at 04:25 AM.

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    Wow... first 7 mins already fast and furious end to end action! With both side attempt on goals total 5 attempts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Thats actually bad news for us cos the match against Everton next mon will be brought forward to this Sat. Less rest after the away WBA game tomorrow. Rather either team win.
    Alamak! We are the champs u know?

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    GGGGGGOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    22'Goal! West Bromwich Albion 0, Manchester United 1. Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United) right footed shot from the right side of the box to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Michael Carrick with a through ball.

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    40'Paul Robinson (West Bromwich Albion) is shown the red card for a bad foul.

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    GGGGGGGGGOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLL! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    44'Goal! West Bromwich Albion 0, Manchester United 2. Carlos Tevez (Manchester United) left footed shot from very close range to the bottom left corner.

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

    45' First Half ends, West Bromwich Albion 0, Manchester United 2.

    Berbatov form continued Tevaz finally finds the back of the net after so long!

    Actually Tevaz seldom find the net when he starts a game! Hope he cont his goal scoring!

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    Berba and Tevez

    Surprise start for Ferdinand and Park

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