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    I will choose Forster over Kuszczak anytime.
    But without a shadow of a doubt, Kuszczak is much better GK than Barthez and Taibi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    I will choose Forster over Kuszczak anytime.
    But without a shadow of a doubt, Kuszczak is much better GK than Barthez and Taibi.
    Kus def better than the Liverfool goallie called Rina.
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    Hope tonight City beat Liverpool.
    Then we will have 8 points lead with 12 games remaining.

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    Its a good win although we conceded a goal! I think City will have problem collecting full pts though thats what we want i think the most the get is 1 pt out of tonight's match so 7points lead the most!


    In the mean time ahead of Milan' clash Injuries mount at the back

    Sir Alex will face a serious selection dilemma should Jonny Evans be ruled out of United’s Champions League clash with Inter Milan on Tuesday.

    The young defender limped off against Blackburn Rovers on Saturday evening with a reccurrence of a recent ankle injury.

    “It’s a bit sore,” Evans told MUTV after the final whistle. “I kicked the ground when I tried to make a long clearance and now it’s a bit tender.

    “I don’t know [if I’ll be ready for Tuesday’s game]. The doctor said he’d have a look at it on Sunday. We’ll have a better idea then.”

    The Reds were always going to face the Italian champions without the suspended Nemanja Vidic, but Sir Alex was counting on Evans to plug that gap. Gary Neville and Wes Brown are also out injured, further curtailing the manager’s options in the centre of defence.

    “We’ve got some injury issues,” the boss told Setanta Sports. “I just hope I can get two centre-halves fit for the match. At the moment it’s doubtful.

    “I’m hoping I’ll have John O’Shea fit as I won’t have Vidic, Neville or Brown either.”

    O’Shea injured his heel against Fulham last Wednesday but if neither he nor Evans is fit for Tuesday, the boss could be forced to emply unconventional measures.

    On MUTV's Matchday Review programme, United legend Lou Macari said he thought Sir Alex might play Rafael on the right, his brother Fabio on the left and bring Patrice Evra into the middle to partner Rio Ferdinand.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Kus def better than the Liverfool goallie called Rina.
    Chop plus confirm plus Guarantee plus warranty better then Rina!

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Hope tonight City beat Liverpool.
    Then we will have 8 points lead with 12 games remaining.
    Citeh has always been an enigmatic team. World beaters ag Man U but somehow seems wombly ag other teams.

    Citeh never have good record ag Liverfool. Like the prev home game leading 2 nil and can kelong to lose 3-2.

    So a draw is a good result.

    Not to worry, Aston Martin and Arsehol will play LFC again.
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    GOAL!!!!

    Craig Bellamy scored against his old club.
    Liverpool 0-1 Man City

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    78th min Kuyt equalise

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    Full Time
    Liverpool 1-1 Man City


    Man Utd now has 7 points lead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Full Time
    Liverpool 1-1 Man City


    Man Utd now has 7 points lead.
    lol what a joke!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    lol what a joke!
    Watched the whole match, Liverpool was pathetic.
    As usual, they can't cope with the pressure as the season goes into the final third.

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    Current Standing.
    Man Utd leading
    Liverpool 7 points
    Chelsea 10 points
    Villa 11 points
    Arsenal 17 points



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    No comment about Liv's performance.

    The table looks good. My only fear is Man Utd starts getting a little complacent, esp if Fergie opts to rest players.

    Things dun look good for Inter game. Only left Rio as central defender and Inter got big and strong strikers in Adraino and Zlatan Ibrahim. BTW, its live on ch23 early Tues morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    No comment about Liv's performance.

    The table looks good. My only fear is Man Utd starts getting a little complacent, esp if Fergie opts to rest players.

    Things dun look good for Inter game. Only left Rio as central defender and Inter got big and strong strikers in Adraino and Zlatan Ibrahim. BTW, its live on ch23 early Tues morning.
    Good to wake up and see good news. But the sesaon is not yet over.

    Man U is experience enough that the next 12 games are crucial and there is no room for complacence. The next crucial game is ag Liverfool and it could open up 7 points, assuming the standings remain the same.

    Cheers to a good Mon am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
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    Man Utd now has 7 points lead.
    Yeah!!! Spot on i say after last nite match we will be the most 7 pts clear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Watched the whole match, Liverpool was pathetic.
    As usual, they can't cope with the pressure as the season goes into the final third.
    Expected lei.... cos they too long no at the top liao only teams at the top for the past decade able to cope! Who else but us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    No comment about Liv's performance.

    The table looks good. My only fear is Man Utd starts getting a little complacent, esp if Fergie opts to rest players.

    Things dun look good for Inter game. Only left Rio as central defender and Inter got big and strong strikers in Adraino and Zlatan Ibrahim. BTW, its live on ch23 early Tues morning.
    We still got Patrice Evra n Rafael n Fabio i sure the bros are able to cope at big stage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Good to wake up and see good news. But the sesaon is not yet over.

    Man U is experience enough that the next 12 games are crucial and there is no room for complacence. The next crucial game is ag Liverfool and it could open up 7 points, assuming the standings remain the same.

    Cheers to a good Mon am.
    Definately can cope and we have come out alive after so many season of close back to back games in few days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    No comment about Liv's performance.

    The table looks good. My only fear is Man Utd starts getting a little complacent, esp if Fergie opts to rest players.

    Things dun look good for Inter game. Only left Rio as central defender and Inter got big and strong strikers in Adraino and Zlatan Ibrahim. BTW, its live on ch23 early Tues morning.
    Ermm... should be early Wednesday morning....
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    Look at the Stats!!

    Current Win Sequence - 10 games: Manchester United
    Current Unbeaten Sequence - 15 games: Liverpool, Manchester United
    Longest Win Sequence - 10 games: Manchester United

    Most Goals Scored - 46 Manchester United
    Highest Goals Scored Average - 1.77 Manchester United
    Fewest Goals Conceded - 11 Manchester United
    Fewest Goals Conceded Average - 0.42 Manchester United
    Highest Goal Difference - 35 Manchester United

    Most Clean Sheets - 19 Manchester United
    Fewest Games Failed to Score - 2 Manchester United
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