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    ITS FOR FUN IN A COUNTRY SO SMALL...... NO HARM ACTUALLY. LAST YEAR I ALSO CONGRATS UNITED FOR WINNING THE TITLE, ME A LIVERPOOL FANS.....
    Though i don't get it, it sound like an explaination somehow ( chill with the caps...)

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    Who is a better successor to Fergie (not the singer)?

    Jose Mourinho or Pep Guardiola? Both have got good track records.... or Roberto Mancini?

    None of the above. I would go for David Moyes, a fellow Scot who is willing to commit to a long term career with one club, and a tough and astute manager who is able to make the best out of the the resources he has.
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    Seems like MIO TV users got pwned deep, deep when it freezes during the last couple of minutes into the match.
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    Uncle Scholes extended another 1 year contract!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    None of the above. I would go for David Moyes, a fellow Scot who is willing to commit to a long term career with one club, and a tough and astute manager who is able to make the best out of the the resources he has.
    BBC Sport - David Moyes likely to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson - Tommy Docherty
    He got quite a good track record but if he were to go to the big spenders he might have more room for his showmanship like to Chelsea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    He got quite a good track record but if he were to go to the big spenders he might have more room for his showmanship like to Chelsea?
    i would have thought that man u would want another manager in the mold of sir matt busby or sir alex ferguson, the two longest serving Scots and most successful managers in United's history, for the next 20 years or so?
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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    He got quite a good track record but if he were to go to the big spenders he might have more room for his showmanship like to Chelsea?
    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    i would have thought that man u would want another manager in the mold of sir matt busby or sir alex ferguson, the two longest serving Scots and most successful managers in United's history, for the next 20 years or so?
    United has a serious problem that the league position failed to justify. The empty-handed season showed more..

    DF: Evans and Ferdinand were very inconsistent and in the case of Ferdinand, age is showing.
    The Brazilian twins are often the culprit of messing up the backline. I think SAF has been very patient with them and they should be on their way out too..
    MF: Carrick, Park, and Anderson are not performing.
    ST: Owen and Berbatov should go..

    If Hazard goes to City and SAF has no money to spend, he could look at Marchisio (Juventus), van der Vaart (Tottenham), Sigurosson (Swansea), or give Tom Cleverley a chance.. he shows a lot of promise..

    Could also let owen and berba go and use welbeck, chicharito and macheda (if he's fit)..
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    Juz received my latest season jersey..woopie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacobs
    Juz received my latest season jersey..woopie!
    whao.. congrats.. when are we playing.checkers?
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    New Season Fixtures

    Sat Aug 18 Everton A
    Sat Aug 25 Fulham H

    Sat Sep 1 Southampton A
    Sat Sep 15 Wigan Athletic H
    Sat Sep 22 Liverpool A
    Wed Sep 26 Capital One Cup 3
    Sat Sep 29 Tottenham Hotspur H

    Sat Oct 6 Newcastle United A
    Sat Oct 20 Stoke City H
    Sat Oct 27 Chelsea A
    Wed Oct 31 Capital One Cup 4

    Sat Nov 3 Arsenal H
    Sat Nov 10 Aston Villa A
    Sat Nov 17 Norwich City A
    Sat Nov 24 Queens Park Rangers H
    Tue Nov 27 West Ham United H

    Sat Dec 1 Reading A
    Sat Dec 8 Manchester City A
    Wed Dec 12
    Capital One Cup 5
    Sat Dec 15 Sunderland H
    Sat Dec 22 Swansea City A
    Wed Dec 26 Newcastle United H
    Sat Dec 29 West Brom H

    Tue Jan 1 Wigan Athletic A
    Sat Jan 5 FA Cup 3
    Wed Jan 9 Capital One Cup Semi (1)
    Sat Jan 12 Liverpool H
    Sat Jan 19 Tottenham Hotspur A
    Wed Jan 23 Capital One Cup Semi (2)
    Sat Jan 26 FA Cup 4
    Tue Jan 29 Southampton H

    Sat Feb 2 Fulham A
    Sat Feb 9 Everton H
    Sat Feb 16 FA Cup 5
    Sat Feb 23 Queens Park Rangers A
    Sun Feb 24 Capital One Cup Final

    Sat Mar 2 Norwich City H
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    Key clashes (subject to change):
    Arsenal (H) - 3 Nov
    Chelsea (H) - 4 May
    Liverpool (A) - 22 Sep
    Man City (H) - 6 Apr
    Arsenal (A) - 27 Apr
    Chelsea (A) - 27 Oct
    Liverpool (H) - 12 Jan
    Man City (A) - 8 Dec

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    Domestic cups (subject to change):
    Capital One Cup 3 - 26 Sep
    Capital One Cup 4 - 31 Oct
    Capital One Cup 5 - 12 Dec
    FA Cup 3 - 5 Jan
    Capital One Cup semi-final (1) - 9 Jan
    Capital One Cup semi-final (2) - 23 Jan
    FA Cup 4 - 26 Jan
    FA Cup 5 - 16 Feb
    Capital One Cup final - 24 Feb
    FA Cup 6 - 9 Mar
    FA Cup semi-final - 13 Apr
    FA Cup final - 11 May

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Key clashes (subject to change):
    Arsenal (H) - 3 Nov
    Chelsea (H) - 4 May
    Liverpool (A) - 22 Sep
    Man City (H) - 6 Apr
    Arsenal (A) - 27 Apr
    Chelsea (A) - 27 Oct
    Liverpool (H) - 12 Jan
    Man City (A) - 8 Dec
    Thanks for the heads up....I suggest we remove the 22 Sep and 12 Jan.......this one cannot be regards as key match.....Spurs or Newcastle matches are more keys than that

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    Spurs just lost their good manager. Let's see if their new manager can continue spurs good form and maintain at the top 5 position of bpl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Thanks for the heads up....I suggest we remove the 22 Sep and 12 Jan.......this one cannot be regards as key match.....Spurs or Newcastle matches are more keys than that
    Hahaha... got from website ... also agree should add in spurs n newcastle....

    but then it is like a fanfare when we play against them n to them is like the whole BPL is abt these 2 matches on the 22 sept n 12 jan! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewbietoPro View Post
    Spurs just lost their good manager. Let's see if their new manager can continue spurs good form and maintain at the top 5 position of bpl.

    Spurs is actually quite a good team lets see how their new manager going to bring them up next level or down next level! heehee...

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    ManU new Japanese signing is good looking, hopefully his skill is as good as his look... so far only 2 clubs have started real business...
    Wat happen to other clubs? Waiting to buy injured player after Euro12?

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    shinji kagawa is a red devil.. he just passed the medical
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotsshooter View Post
    ManU new Japanese signing is good looking, hopefully his skill is as good as his look... so far only 2 clubs have started real business...
    Wat happen to other clubs? Waiting to buy injured player after Euro12?
    lol... and of cos the transfer window still wide open...

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    Heard very little of this chap, but from YouTube, it's seems he has a little bit of lionel messi hopefully he is not a water goods, Nakata was a let down in EPL previously, all he did was long pass, I can do that too if they pay me 80k per week, just that I am not as good looking :lol:

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