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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Chelsea has leapfrog Liverpool by goal diff.
    Here's the table.

    Table looks sweet! 7pts lead with a game in hand. I began to pity Arsenal lol. Hope they will win a match someday!

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    This Wednesday Newcastle vs Man Utd.
    If we win we will be 10 points ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    A draw with Sunnyland means their hopes diminish.

    Now wishing Aston Martin and Arsehol can draw ag LFC and Chelskis.
    I actually hope they can sustain a challenge then when they come OT, we'll crush em and put them in their place! Who knows, they kamikaze against Man City and Boro. Fun is over. Title race wasn't a race at all. They just fell down when the going gets tough.

    Of cause it great for Man Utd. Hope we can pull ahead of the rest and leave them eating dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Long over liao la when Fergie planted the seed of doubt back in Jan and darling Rafa came out all guns blazing.
    yeah , carling cup final , seems like fergie might give a trophy to his good friend lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    I actually hope they can sustain a challenge then when they come OT, we'll crush em and put them in their place! Who knows, they kamikaze against Man City and Boro. Fun is over. Title race wasn't a race at all. They just fell down when the going gets tough.

    Of cause it great for Man Utd. Hope we can pull ahead of the rest and leave them eating dust.
    This is Liverpool tradition. Start strong, fall behind as season enters into the final third.

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    Quote Originally Posted by legiz View Post
    yeah , carling cup final , seems like fergie might give a trophy to his good friend lol
    Yeah I'm a bit nervous about the game. Man Utd are billed a favourites despite Fergie intending to field youngsters. I dunno how can a team with youngsters can be favourites while Spurs will be fielding their strongest team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Yeah I'm a bit nervous about the game. Man Utd are billed a favourites despite Fergie intending to field youngsters. I dunno how can a team with youngsters can be favourites while Spurs will be fielding their strongest team.
    The problem is our youngsters are good enough for any EPL starting eleven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    The problem is our youngsters are good enough for any EPL starting eleven.
    I think they are almost there but a bit light weight. Might get out muscle if too many youngsters are playing. Somemore its H. Redknapp, he beat Fergie a few times in cup competitions already.

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    6 more hours to League Cup Final. I intend to nap for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Yeah I'm a bit nervous about the game. Man Utd are billed a favourites despite Fergie intending to field youngsters. I dunno how can a team with youngsters can be favourites while Spurs will be fielding their strongest team.
    I don't think Spurs is fielding their strongest team. They are unable to as Robbie Keane, Wilson Palacios, Carlo Cudicini and Pascal Chimbonda are all cup-tied. Jamie O'Hara (hip) has declared himself fit but on-loan Fraizer Campbell cannot play against his parent club and Ledley King (knee) will have a fitness test. I think we have a very good chance of beating them as SAF will definitely put up a team composing of young and experienced players.

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    Forster
    Evra
    Evans
    Ferdinand
    O'Shea
    Nani
    Scholes
    Gibson
    Ronaldo
    Tevez
    Welbeck

    Quite a strong starting.

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    We won! Penalties! Seems like foster learned a bit from VDS about penatlies. He did the same as VDS by spreading his arms wide before the penalty is taken. Saved 1.

    But i think this win is quite costly in terms of having rest. Many players looked tired in ET, esp Ronaldo. He like out of gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm View Post
    I don't think Spurs is fielding their strongest team. They are unable to as Robbie Keane, Wilson Palacios, Carlo Cudicini and Pascal Chimbonda are all cup-tied. Jamie O'Hara (hip) has declared himself fit but on-loan Fraizer Campbell cannot play against his parent club and Ledley King (knee) will have a fitness test. I think we have a very good chance of beating them as SAF will definitely put up a team composing of young and experienced players.
    Ya these players can't play but they still field their strongest avaliable 11 while Man Utd din. Think Fergie should have Rooney on the bench at least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    6 more hours to League Cup Final. I intend to nap for a while.

    Wah nice! I like how the reds turn out in the pic.

    I saw a yellow car with a huge Man Utd crest on its hood before. Damn cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Wah nice! I like how the reds turn out in the pic.

    I saw a yellow car with a huge Man Utd crest on its hood before. Damn cool.
    Thanks for ya compliment. This pic was taken in late afternoon under a shade. If there was direct sun light, the red color might turn out to be different.

    Man Utd won on penalties.

    On Wed at Newcastle, there will be a different team. M Carrick and D Fletcher will return; Giggs and Park JS will return to the wings. Ronaldo may be come on as sub. The strike force of Rooney and Berba will return. Defenders remain unchange so there will be lots of massage for them.
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    World Club Cup and Carling Cup in the bag.
    3 more to go.

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    Wow...MU nearly thrown away the throphy with the way they play.....Luckily Ben Foster rise up for the occation He should be MU no.1 next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Wow...MU nearly thrown away the throphy with the way they play.....Luckily Ben Foster rise up for the occation He should be MU no.1 next year
    Agree. They are really slack IMO.
    Glad that we managed to secure the cup.
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    For those who missed the match and the 4-1 penalties.

    Giggs (SCORE)
    O'Hara (MISS)
    Tevez (SCORE)
    Corluka (SCORE)
    Ronaldo (SCORE)
    Bentley (MISS)
    Anderson (SCORE)

    100% penalty in for Man Utd.

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