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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 2/7/2006 5:16:48 PM   
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I've been rating Riquelme for a while now. But the fact he'd rather stay in Villareal than come to United talks volumes about the current state of our football club.


Or it speaks volumes about his love for the place he is now, not every player wants to move for money etc.


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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 2/7/2006 5:19:23 PM   
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He's Canadian. And I was referring to the fact that he doesn't play in the Premiership, therefor people like Jenus are obviously better.


Who ever said Jenas was better? Infact I don't think any England fans wanted him in the squad either.



I didn't see much, if any, coverage saying "why did he take Jenus instead of a striker", it was all about Hargreaves. My point is he's never had the respect he deserves because people in Britain rarely see him play, when they should just accept he plays (and wins) for one of the top five clubs in the world. 

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 2/7/2006 5:21:27 PM   
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I've been rating Riquelme for a while now. But the fact he'd rather stay in Villareal than come to United talks volumes about the current state of our football club.


Or it speaks volumes about his love for the place he is now, not every player wants to move for money etc.



I agree. Apparently he's quite an introverted character and doesn't seek the limelight off the pitch, living in a relatively modest house and simply enjoying being a footballer. A proper player.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 2/7/2006 5:22:03 PM   
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I've been rating Riquelme for a while now. But the fact he'd rather stay in Villareal than come to United talks volumes about the current state of our football club.


I dont think it anything to do with United, This is more he does fancy playing in England at this time.  He very similar to Scholes attitude wise

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 2/7/2006 5:25:09 PM   
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Regardless, you have to admit that Man United has a greater reputation than Villareal and I'm tempted to say a more respected form of football.
 
Anyway, my midfield picks would be Hargreaves and Riquelme. What ever happened to the Benefica player who Ferguson wanted? (I forget his name.)
 
Failing that, the way Chelsea are going with saturating their squad, I'm hopeful that we could pick a few disgruntled players off them.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 2/7/2006 9:23:40 PM   
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 not looking good for Ronaldo

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 3:00:43 PM   
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Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo says there is no ill-feeling between him and Wayne Rooney after the England striker was sent off in Saturday's quarter-final.
Winger Ronaldo appeared to encourage referee Hector Elizondo to dismiss his Manchester United team-mate after Rooney stamped on Ricardo Carvalho.
Rooney pushed Ronaldo away before being dismissed but Ronaldo said: "Between me and Rooney, there is no problem.
"At the end we texted each other and between us everything's been cleared."
He added: "The things that have been said regarding me and my team-mate and friend Rooney are incredible.








I'm not a referee and I don't have the power to send a player off

Cristiano Ronaldo
"He wished me the best of luck in the World Cup. He told me we had a great team and that if we continued to play like this, we would go far.
"He wasn't angry with me and, moreover, he told me to completely ignore what the English press has said, that all they wanted was to create confusion, but we are already used to that."
Ronaldo insists he is not to blame for Rooney's dismissal, despite appearing to wink at the Portuguese bench once the red card had been shown.
"I am not a referee and I don't have the power to send off a player," said Ronaldo.
"I had nothing to do with the fact that the referee showed the red card."
Ronaldo, who scored the winning penalty in the dramatic shoot-out, also says he has no intention of leaving Manchester United, despite being linked with a move to Real Madrid.
"There have been comments published in which I reportedly said that I didn't want to go back to Manchester United," he said.
"That is completely false. Of course I want to go back. It's just typical of the English press but I don't lose any sleep."



Don't know what to say.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 3:31:11 PM   
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call me cynical but don't dismiss the possibility that his agent rang him and said, 'Cristiano, this Madrid deal might fall through, make sure you don't burn any bridges at Man U!'

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 4:08:09 PM   
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What he said.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 5:21:24 PM   
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Either way, we've got Rooney saying he's gonna kill him and Ronaldo saying they're good buddies.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 5:29:38 PM   
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I'd definately stick a few quid on the Roonster.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 5:35:20 PM   
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Mind you if Ronaldo goes and Scholes gives up, we still have Park.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 5:42:01 PM   
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Park's not the answer, he's got Jesper Blomqvist written all over him. And that's no easy feat.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 5:43:28 PM   
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His consistency is not good but if his fitness was improved and he adapted to the English game some more, we have a talent.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 6:17:06 PM   
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Either way, we've got Rooney saying he's gonna kill him and Ronaldo saying they're good buddies.


Not once has Rooney said that, or at least not to any reliable sources that I've seen.


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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 6:19:45 PM   
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 not looking good for Ronaldo


It's looking brilliant for Ronaldo, all the daft rumours and media bollocks can now be put to rest and he can get back to playing football.


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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 6:28:00 PM   
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Either way, we've got Rooney saying he's gonna kill him and Ronaldo saying they're good buddies.


Not once has Rooney said that, or at least not to any reliable sources that I've seen.



 It has been reported by The Sun which I don't trust but I still think with Rooney's temprament something is gonn a happen.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 6:38:40 PM   
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Either way, we've got Rooney saying he's gonna kill him and Ronaldo saying they're good buddies.


Not once has Rooney said that, or at least not to any reliable sources that I've seen.



 It has been reported by The Sun which I don't trust but I still think with Rooney's temprament something is gonn a happen.


Considering you aren't supposed to speak ill of your club team mates in public but instead keep it all in the dressing room and training ground (something exrtremely important to Sir Alex) I highly doubt Rooney would have said it to the press.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 6:42:34 PM   
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Me too, but Keano always got away with murder...

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 3/7/2006 6:45:11 PM   
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Seville to open the officially expanded Old Trafford - http://www.manutd.com/news/fullstory.sps?iNewsid=343623&itype=466&icategoryid=120



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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 15/7/2006 4:31:39 PM   
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 4-0
Ole scored twice  Richardson and an own goal were the other goal scores


The Team was
---------------Foster---------------

Bardsley----Brown---O'Shea-------Evra

Richardson----Fletcher-----Scholes-----Giggs

---------Ole---------Rossi------------ Ole, Rossi and Foster were very impressive. Evra was crap. Jones, Dong, Evans, Miller and Eagles all came of the bench with David Jones impressing the most

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 15/7/2006 5:01:31 PM   
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I can't believe you watched it, I watched the first 10 or 15 minutes and gave in, it was dull and boring, the pitch was awfull, the crowd with the constant horn blowing was annoying, MUTV have the worst commentators and picture quality, and finally... it was a pre season friendly and we had about 2 big names playing.

It was basically a reserve team pre season friendly.


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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 15/7/2006 5:18:51 PM   
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I didnt as im not that sad as to subscribe to MUTV.

I got all the info of another forum

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 15/7/2006 5:37:41 PM   
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I didnt as im not that sad as to subscribe to MUTV.

I got all the info of another forum


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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 18/7/2006 1:18:37 PM   
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Just a thought, and I slightly can't believe anyone hasn't mentioned this yet - why aren't United sniffing round Buffon.  Ferguson has said he wants to take advantage of the fire sale and I can't think of a better keeper that'd be readily available.  He's a proven international and established and will be around long enough to take over from VDS and for Ben Foster to establish himself.  More expensive than Kuszczak, certainly, but surely better.  Plus he's only 28, which is young in goalkeeping terms.

Like I say, just a thought while he's potentially available....

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 18/7/2006 1:57:10 PM   
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Buffon's been mentioned, but he's also still being questioned about his role in an illegal gambling ring, so it's probably not wise to spend any money on him if there's a chance he might not be allowed to play (the Totonero scandal of 1980 led to several players being suspended for 3 years, although Paulo Rossi had his own suspension reduced by 12 months so that he could play in the '82 World Cup).

In other news, it's not prett certain that - subject to medical - Ruud's definitely off.  24 hours after Ferguson saying that he's off nowhere on the cheap, he'll be a Real player by the end of the week for 11m, 5 million less than th asking price.  Hopefully this means that the Torres deal is done...

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 18/7/2006 2:08:30 PM   
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Buffon's been mentioned, but he's also still being questioned about his role in an illegal gambling ring, so it's probably not wise to spend any money on him if there's a chance he might not be allowed to play



This part I was not aware of.  Still, worth monitoring at least....

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 18/7/2006 8:34:32 PM   
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Just a thought, and I slightly can't believe anyone hasn't mentioned this yet - why aren't United sniffing round Buffon.  Ferguson has said he wants to take advantage of the fire sale and I can't think of a better keeper that'd be readily available.  He's a proven international and established and will be around long enough to take over from VDS and for Ben Foster to establish himself.  More expensive than Kuszczak, certainly, but surely better.  Plus he's only 28, which is young in goalkeeping terms.

Like I say, just a thought while he's potentially available....


He'll be free in a couple of weeks, the relegated players are getting their contracts ripped up.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 19/7/2006 3:32:53 PM   
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Hopefully this means that the Torres deal is done...



Jeez, you're optimistic. Torres deal is looking increasingly unlikely due to the player's wage demands, the transfer fee and our mountains of debt. We can't even close deals for Carrick and a new 2nd choice keeper, that's what it's come to.
Fergie is converting Smith back into a centre forward apparently and with Ole, Saha, Rooney and Rossi he thinks he's covered. I have to hope he's playing mindgames with Torres and Athletico, otherwise we're screwed.

If Vieira joins Inter, Gattuso stays at Milan and we fail to sign Carrick, we're beyond screwed. 5th place this year lads.

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RE: Man United - 06/07 - 19/7/2006 3:48:22 PM   
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I hope Fergie promotes David Jones to our first team squad this season. He look like he could do a good job for us in midfield, He would be better than Oshea and Fletcher in our midfield

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