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    OMG our fav manager Benitaz quits! What a bad day for Man Utd fans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    OMG our fav manager Benitaz quits! What a bad day for Man Utd fans!
    So Sad!!!

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    Wh........y?
    Minolta. Konica Minolta. Sony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galdor View Post
    Wh........y?
    Snice his stay there for the past few season he have been giving us free 6pts until last last season we decide to return the favour but this season he give us back! Where to find so good manager?

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Snice his stay there for the past few season he have been giving us free 6pts until last last season we decide to return the favour but this season he give us back! Where to find so good manager?
    last season he was even more generous, purposely lost to us few points and gave us the EPL champ.. so hopefully he will stay on forever like SAF, then LFC will forever cannot past thr' no 18..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotsshooter View Post
    last season he was even more generous, purposely lost to us few points and gave us the EPL champ.. so hopefully he will stay on forever like SAF, then LFC will forever cannot past thr' no 18..
    They will always live with no.18 for another 20yrs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    They will always live with no.18 for another 20yrs!
    maybe next season their all 'star' (always see star during game) players leave, then they might relegate to championship league and stay there forever after..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotsshooter View Post
    maybe next season their all 'star' (always see star during game) players leave, then they might relegate to championship league and stay there forever after..
    Heard that their Captain is following the manager!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Heard that their Captain is following the manager!
    better go early, now he already 30yrs old, no much more yrs for him to win any trophy.. next year LFC not playing champion league and don think they can win EPL, with chelsea, MU, Mancity, Spurs so strong..unless they want to win those 'mickey mouse' cup ..

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    Actually, it will benifit Liv to sell Gerrard. He is already 30 and should cash him asap. He is already quite ineffective as last season showed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Actually, it will benifit Liv to sell Gerrard. He is already 30 and should cash him asap. He is already quite ineffective as last season showed.
    Ya ... they should sell him now if not after 30 his price will drop lei long also no ones wants liao!

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    Nani is out of the World Cup.
    Sad to see that, he was in red hot form towards the end of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Nani is out of the World Cup.
    Sad to see that, he was in red hot form towards the end of the season.
    so fast first was Rio now Nani! Sekali the whole Man Utd players all come back early!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    so fast first was Rio now Nani! Sekali the whole Man Utd players all come back early!
    Like that also good mah, they will be fresh for the new season. As long as their injury is not too serious.

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    Tonight's matchup

    South Africa vs Mexico
    France vs Uruguay


    See how our Devils and ex-Devils perform in this match.
    Mexico - Javier Hernández
    France - Patrice Evra
    Uruguay - Diego Forlán

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    Tosic sale confirmed. and
    Heaton agrees Cardiff move

    We released these 2 players does it means more players to come?

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    sources



    The eyes of the football world are focused intently on South Africa and the World Cup, but we're also edging ever closer to the start of the new Premier League season - with the new season's fixtures announced this Thursday at 09:00 BST.

    ManUtd.com will be first to break the news of who the Reds face first and last in 2010/11, and when all the crunch clashes and derby matches take place. So make sure you return to the official website on Thursday morning to get your fixture fix.

    Out and about when the fixtures are out? Get them sent to your phone with MUmobile.

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    France 0-2 Mexico!

    Our new boy scored one.

    "New Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez enhanced his burgeoning reputation with the opening goal as Mexico took a significant step towards qualification from Group A and hastened France's early exit at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. Just nine minutes after coming off the bench the 22-year-old, who will officially move to Old Trafford from Chivas in a £7million deal next month, sprang the offside trap to race on to Rafael Marquez's pass, round goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and coolly slot home."

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    France 0-2 Mexico!

    Our new boy scored one.

    "New Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez enhanced his burgeoning reputation with the opening goal as Mexico took a significant step towards qualification from Group A and hastened France's early exit at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. Just nine minutes after coming off the bench the 22-year-old, who will officially move to Old Trafford from Chivas in a £7million deal next month, sprang the offside trap to race on to Rafael Marquez's pass, round goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and coolly slot home."
    Lucky we sealed him before the world cup if not his price would have gone up n attract other competitors to sign him!

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    United will kick off the 2010/11 Barclays Premier League season against newly-promoted Newcastle at Old Trafford on the opening weekend.

    If you believe in omens then it's good news - the Reds have twice started campaigns against the Magpies in the Premier League era, in 2000/01 (won 2-0), and 2008/09 (1-1), and on both occasions have gone on to win the title.

    There are the usual tricky patches, of course, with back-to-back clashes against Arsenal and Chelsea twice - in December (11, 18) and in the run-in (30 April, 7 May).

    The last ten fixtures of the campaign look like producing plenty of fireworks with away trips to Anfield, Upton Park, St James' Park, the Emirates Stadium and Ewood Park, with home games against Everton and Chelsea thrown in too. But, enough talk, here are the 2010/11 fixtures:

    Sat Aug 14 Newcastle United H
    Sat Aug 21 Fulham A
    Sat Aug 28 West Ham United H
    Sat Sep 11 Everton A
    Sat Sep 18 Liverpool H
    Sat Sep 25 Bolton Wanderers A
    Sat Oct 2 Sunderland A
    Sat Oct 16 West Bromwich Albion H
    Sat Oct 23 Stoke City A
    Sat Oct 30 Tottenham Hotspur H
    Sat Nov 6 Wolverhampton Wanderers H
    Wed Nov 10 Manchester City A
    Sat Nov 13 Aston Villa A
    Sat Nov 20 Wigan Athletic H
    Sat Nov 27 Blackburn Rovers H
    Sat Dec 4 Blackpool A
    Sat Dec 11 Arsenal H
    Sat Dec 18 Chelsea A
    Sun Dec 26 Sunderland H
    Tue Dec 28 Birmingham City A
    Sat Jan 1 West Bromwich Albion A
    Tue Jan 4 Stoke City H
    Sat Jan 15 Tottenham Hotspur A
    Sat Jan 22 Birmingham City H
    Tue Feb 1 Aston Villa H
    Sat Feb 5 Wolverhampton Wanderers A
    Sat Feb 12 Manchester City H
    Sat Feb 26 Wigan Athletic A
    Sat Mar 5 Liverpool A
    Sat Mar 19 Bolton Wanderers H
    Sat Apr 2 West Ham United A
    Sat Apr 9 Fulham H
    Sat Apr 16 Newcastle United A
    Sat Apr 23 Everton H
    Sat Apr 30 Arsenal A
    Sat May 7 Chelsea H
    Sat May 14 Blackburn Rovers A
    Sun May 22 Blackpool H

    All dates are provisional. Fans are strongly advised to check before booking travel and accommodation.



    Key clashes

    Sat Sep 18 Liverpool H
    Wed Nov 10 Manchester City A
    Sat Dec 11 Arsenal H
    Sat Dec 18 Chelsea A
    Sat Feb 12 Manchester City H
    Sat Mar 5 Liverpool A
    Sat Apr 30 Arsenal A
    Sat May 7 Chelsea H

    Cup fixtures
    Wed Sep 22 Carling Cup 3
    Wed Oct 27 Carling Cup 4
    Wed Dec 1 Carling Cup 5
    Sat Jan 8 F.A . Cup 3
    Wed Jan 12 Carling Cup Semi-Final (1)
    Wed Jan 26 Carling Cup Semi-Final (2)
    Sat Jan 29 F.A. Cup 4
    Sat Feb 19 F.A. Cup 5
    Sun Feb 27 Carling Cup Final
    Sat Mar 12 F.A. Cup 6
    Sat Apr 16 F.A. Cup Semi-Final
    Sat May 14 F.A. Cup Final



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