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Football / Re: manchester united v chelsea
« on: January 11, 2009, 01:07:08 PM »
Glory Glory ManUnited.........Glory Glory ManUnited. :devil: :devil:

3 facking nil, i say no more, thats enough fack up for this season.

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Football / Re: manchester utd v derby
« on: January 07, 2009, 09:19:28 PM »
chelski men making Manchester United threads now, well look thing  :devil:

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Football / Re: Referees Attitude
« on: December 23, 2008, 10:36:22 AM »
Imagine this is an official responsible for training officials around the world. What a idiotic statement to make.

And then people argue that certain players and teams don't get special treatment. This thought process is a testament to that.

Apology

Former high-profile referee and current pundit Graham Poll made some interesting remarks regarding John Terry's sending-off against Everton.

He seemed to hint that referees' decisions can be altered depending on the status of the offending player.

As far as the Premier League is concerned, they don't come much more heavyweight than Chelsea and England skipper Terry.

Reflecting on the straight red, dished out for a rash, high tackle on Toffees star Leon Osman by Phil Dowd after he consulted his assistants, Poll said: "You have to remember you are sending off the England captain."

He continued in his Daily Mail newspaper column: "I know very well that, although all players should be treated equally, there is great pressure on an official when dealing with the England captain."




Didn't JT get a red card already this season and the FA overturned it. I wont be surprise if they do it again.

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Football / Re: Hull City v Sunderland.
« on: December 20, 2008, 02:10:44 PM »
KJ and Cisse put down a new passa passa dance called de brush cutlass...
lol...is rel the jamaican dance swing it away

yea is the "swing it way", and like their teammates feeling left out by the celebrations





i wounder how King felt seeing ah Trini and French man do a yardie dance on he home field lol

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Football / Re: Hull City v Sunderland.
« on: December 20, 2008, 10:52:03 AM »
4-1 Sunderland. Cisse and KJ have a celebration dance yes, well look thing.  :devil:

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Football / Re: Hull City v Sunderland.
« on: December 20, 2008, 10:44:01 AM »
GOAL by KJ.

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Football / Re: FIFA Club World Cup SF: Man Utd vs Gamba Osaka
« on: December 18, 2008, 07:13:07 AM »
good game, Gamba Osaka wasn't scared to play United. 

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Football / Re: manchester united v tottenham hotspur
« on: December 13, 2008, 04:02:56 PM »
We really missed Rooney today,

this CWC is perfect for Rooney and Tevez to get back intouch with each other, bring Berbatov off de bench to play de poacher role, its not working as we would like, how much more games does he need ? Ronaldo was poor to, his first touch and passing was all poor. we got a point and kept a clean sheet so i guess that was good. Defence played well, Rafael again showed where he is the starting RB, he just needs to work on timing his tackles.


Ronaldo playin this season like he mailin it in and half arse, he also playing like he always lookin for a reason to not finish a match. For me the team this year is lacking drive from the midfield, they miss Hargo. It would have been nice if Anderson could have won the job over Fletcher and play like he took the next step.




He needs to sit on the bench and watch a few games, let Nani play. Yeah we're missing Hargo but Scholsey is coming back to match fitness, thats a plus. i notice Ando doesnt play well with Carrick along side him and Fergie likes Carrick so thats why Fletch is starting.

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Football / Re: manchester united v tottenham hotspur
« on: December 13, 2008, 01:50:45 PM »
We really missed Rooney today,

this CWC is perfect for Rooney and Tevez to get back intouch with each other, bring Berbatov off de bench to play de poacher role, its not working as we would like, how much more games does he need ? Ronaldo was poor to, his first touch and passing was all poor. we got a point and kept a clean sheet so i guess that was good. Defence played well, Rafael again showed where he is the starting RB, he just needs to work on timing his tackles.

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Football / Re: manchester united v aalborg CL matchday 6
« on: December 10, 2008, 02:39:01 PM »
O'Shea is ah pullstones, we need another LB for when Evra not playing, i hope Fabio is as good as Rafael and comes in soon.

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Football / Re: Yorke focuses on positives from United game
« on: December 08, 2008, 11:29:53 AM »
Proud of what yorke ? If this was Sunderland's first season up from promotion, maybe. But your in the relegation zone and promoted teams for this season except west brom are making u guys look like a league one side. Hull came to old trafford put up much more of a fight, Sunderland should be embarrassed, go back down to championship.

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Football / Re: manchester united v sunderland.
« on: December 07, 2008, 01:10:27 PM »
Yeah sunderland looked and played weak, no heart at all, thats why keane walked out on them. Hull, Stroke and West Brom all showed more fight in them, sunderland just defended with 9 men behind d ball and 1 up top.

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Football / Re: manchester united v sunderland.
« on: December 04, 2008, 07:25:57 AM »
this could turn into a cricket score if sunderland play de ass.  :devil:

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Football / Re: Man Utd vs Blackburn CCQF
« on: December 03, 2008, 06:14:41 PM »
steups


Because we win you steups. How allyuh doing in CC ??

 :devil:

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Football / Re: Man Utd vs Blackburn CCQF
« on: December 03, 2008, 06:13:38 PM »
Teves sending a message Come and get me  ;D





Only message he sent was to Fergie" Play me Saturday Gaffer"

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Football / Re: Carling Cup
« on: December 02, 2008, 04:10:21 PM »
1 trophy gone, 3 more to go.  :devil:

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Football / Re: Chicago Storm signs Randi Patterson
« on: December 02, 2008, 04:08:08 PM »
I hope this is just ah off-season conditioning kinda move... otherwise this is a huge professional step backwards.



Bakes yuh doh know what yuh talking bout dey. It is definitely not a step forward,




Fantastic you don't seem to understand what Bakes wrote do you ?? Put money aside, Professional Career wise how is this not a huge step backwards if this is permanent ? He went from beinging selected by Red Bulls - to USL team - to playing for a indoor team now. Looks like a backwards step to me or maybe i missing something. He's still young so if he's just playing ball for the money fine but if he intend to make this he living/career, how is this a positive move ? How will he make the national team again playing Indoor football ?

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Football / Re: It's Official Ronaldo: Europe's no.1
« on: December 01, 2008, 10:26:31 PM »
still pissed at that red card that could of cost us the game sunday.....but that aside, Congrats man, you deserve it.



United for Life.

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Football / It's Official Ronaldo: Europe's no.1
« on: December 01, 2008, 10:24:53 PM »
Ronaldo: Europe's no.1

Cristiano Ronaldo has been awarded the prestigious Ballon d’or trophy.

The most coveted individual honour in European football, the award recognises Ronaldo’s outstanding performances over the past 12 months.

"I dreamt of this when I was younger," he said. "It's a great day for me and my family."

The Portuguese winger scored 42 goals last season on the way to domestic and European glory with the Reds and was the resounding favourite to win the trophy.

After France Football’s confirmation in the early hours of Tuesday morning, the 23-year-old joins United legends George Best, Denis Law and Bobby Charlton on the award’s honours roll.

Recent winners include Kaka (AC Milan, 2007), Fabio Cannavaro (Juventus/Real Madrid, 2006) and Ronaldinho (Barcelona, 2005).

Ronny become the 42nd different player to pick up the prize, and the third Portuguese after Eusebio’s victory in 1965 and Figo's win in 2000.

"The Ballon d'or has been won by two great Portuguese players and for me to be part of that history is a great feeling."

02/12/2008 02:30, Report by Nick Coppack

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Football / Re: Manchester derby
« on: November 30, 2008, 08:33:14 AM »
1-0 UNITED.

Wazza with his 100th goal.

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Football / Re: manchester utd v villarreal CL matchday 5
« on: November 25, 2008, 01:23:38 PM »
Today's starting lineup.

   Tomasz Kuszczak    (G)
   Jonathan Evans   (CD-L)
   Rio Ferdinand   (CD-R)
   Patrice Evra   (LB)
   John O'Shea   (RB)
   Michael Carrick   (CM-L)
   Darren Fletcher   (CM-R)
   Nani   (LM)
   Cristiano Ronaldo   (RM)
   Wayne Rooney   (ST)
   Anderson   (RCF)

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Football / Re: ARSENAL FOREVER
« on: November 25, 2008, 09:23:11 AM »
Wenger: Fabregas Is Arsenal's New Captain, Gallas Recalled
Arsene Wenger has named Cesc Fabregas as the new Arsenal club captain following William Gallas' demotion from the role...
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has also confirmed that Gallas will play in the Gunners' Champions League clash with Dynamo Kyiv at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow night, with the armband passing to Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas.

Speaking at an eagerly anticipated press conference, Wenger affirmed: "Fabregas will be the captain, permanently. I do not have to explain to you why.

"I believe the captain is the voice of the club towards the outside, and is one of the leaders of the team.

"Cesc is young, yes, but I do not believe in just one man in the dressing-room who sorts out all of the problems.

"A successful team has shared leadership and Fabregas will be one of the leaders - not the only one."

Asked if he regretted making Gallas skipper in the first place, the wily gaffer replied, "No.

"Gallas will play on Tuesday; he's a player who I rate and admire. He was under big pressure from the press and you do not want that high pressure to affect him or the team.

"However, he can come back stronger now."

The key events that led Wenger to relieving him of his duties included the defender's sit-down protest at Birmingham City last season, his tabloid-friendly partying and, finally, his behind-the-scenes exposé which hinted at inter-squad tensions.





They think this will stop him from going to Barca.

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Football / Re: manchester utd v villarreal CL matchday 5
« on: November 24, 2008, 10:47:23 AM »
Ronaldo passed fit

Berbs, Neville, Brown, Scholes, Hargreaves- injured  Van Der Sar-rested

Expect:

Foster

Rafael
Rio
Vida
Evra

Fletch
Carrick
Anderson

Rooney
Ronaldo
Tevez



J.Evans and Nani might start, He'll rest Rio and Ando maybe bring them on as subs.

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Football / Re: manchester united v aston villa
« on: November 22, 2008, 10:03:13 PM »
Villa didn't lose their discipline and deserved to walk away with a point. 

fair result.

Villa deserved the win.

what weed you smoking?


f**k off rentboy

All Man United got in the 2nd half was the last 4-5 minutes. Milner distressing OShea on the side, Ablongahor, have Vidic and Ferdinand in bits. VanDer Sar scrambling.  You have to be joking. It was all Villa in the 2nd, the dominated ManUnited in the middle would not let them play. How many passes did Man United put together in the 2nd in the middle of the park? Get of it son. 

At least we grown enough and believe in we rent boys enough to say when they play shite.

Say nothing of the penalty that could/should have been called on Vidic for impeding, then bringing down Agbonlahor in the box in the second half.

Nah man, dat was ah good play by Vidic, it was all ball. If dey wanted tuh call anyting for de jostling it would have had to be outside de box, because as soon as Agbonlahor reach de area, Vidic cool heself.






None ah them know when a penalty is given, check de highlights from 7.20 to see de play dem arguing about

http://footycast.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1107


where is the penalty, if anything ref could of given a freekick.

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Football / Re: ARSENAL FOREVER
« on: November 22, 2008, 10:56:47 AM »
3-nil......i didnt expect that cut ass to pass

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Football / Re: ARSENAL FOREVER
« on: November 22, 2008, 10:29:13 AM »
Arsenal in serious trouble, down 2-nil to ManC could of been 3, one was just disallowed.

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Football / Re: Gallas stripped of Arsenal Captaincy
« on: November 21, 2008, 12:33:23 PM »
perfect time for ManCity to take advantage and kick them while there down......

but from watching them lastweek i could still see arsenal pulling off a 1-nil win, this minus RVP, Fabregas, Walllcot, Sagna and now Gallas.

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Football / Re: Ronaldo's Friends vs Zidane's Friends
« on: November 17, 2008, 01:47:31 PM »
More like Zizou hit anybody ah rooliepoolie yet or ah quick wap-wap?!?!?



Yes, he just came off, played for an hour and still looks like he has it,

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Football / Ronaldo's Friends vs Zidane's Friends
« on: November 17, 2008, 12:10:19 PM »
Match Against Poverty live on FSC now.

Marta playing on Ronaldo's side, only female in the game.

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