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Old 18-12-2010, 13:07   #41
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Nice draws for Chelsea and Utd. Copenhagan and Marsaille respectively.

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i cant ******* wait love it
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Gutted. Was a really good time to play them too - probably be rearranged and they'll be bang in form again.
Also might get rearranged in the middle of some cl ties

im gutted was really looking forward to tomorrow
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damn, where are we going to fit 2 games in hand? This is really going to mess us up come the end of the season though i wouldn't mind if the chelsea game got postponed till right at the end to be honest, as it's probably the least likely game of the 38 for us to win and the title race could be over before the last game..
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Haven't United got Chelsea at home 2-3 games from the end of the season anyway?
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Old 18-12-2010, 13:23   #45
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we'll probably end up with a crazy schedule and play them in the league twice, champions league semi twice and the fa cup semi final all in the space of a few weeks...
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Old 18-12-2010, 13:46   #46
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I imagine the Pools will give us a 3-0 away win to reflect our relative form.
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Although it sucks for the club, I'm made up that its off as I was going to miss it due to travel arrangements.
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funniest thing i've read in a while..

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...uson-back.html
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funniest thing i've read in a while..

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...uson-back.html
Just when you think sport journalists can't get anymore ridiculous...
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http://www.skysports.com/story/0,195...602706,00.html

Massive congratulations to the gaffer for this achievement, simply unbelievable in modern top-flight football. I would happily put my money on this never being matched by any future United boss.

It was a shame that the game against Chelsea couldn't be an opportunity to celebrate this mark, but then again he won't be disappointed with where the team stand today.
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Was just telling my OH how long he's been there in context. She was 5 when he was appointed, and I was 14.
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Was just telling my OH how long he's been there in context. She was 5 when he was appointed, and I was 14.
I had turned just four a month before!

I honestly can't imagine United without Fergie at the helm, it'll be a very sad day when it comes. Hopefully, while the banter and discussion continue to go on here and elsewhere, all fans will appreciate him whilst he remains, as we have to accept, like it or not, we are relatively close to his eventual departure.

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I had turned just four a month before!

I honestly can't imagine United without Fergie at the helm, it'll be a very sad day when it comes. Hopefully, while the banter and discussion continue to go on here and elsewhere, all fans will appreciate him whilst he remains, as we have to accept, like it or not, we are relatively close to his eventual departure.

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He will still be at Manchester United when a lot of others elsewhere have gone.

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I was 10 () and was at his first home game. A 1-0 win against QPR with a corker of a strike by Johnny Sivebaek! Remember him?!
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He will still be at Manchester United when a lot of others elsewhere have gone.
Think he will last longer then the next couple of Blackburn managers for sure.
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I was 10 () and was at his first home game. A 1-0 win against QPR with a corker of a strike by Johnny Sivebaek! Remember him?!
Yeah I remember him

IIRC he arrived at the club having just been voted best Right Back in Europe or something like that. And Big Ron never played him in that position.
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Thank-you muchly Mr Moyes and his Everton army!

Top of the shop on Chrimbo day - I'll accept that.
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Old 20-12-2010, 22:01   #58
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Top of the shop on Chrimbo day - I'll accept that.
For the first time since 2000 and what?
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best pub to watch a game in Manchester

Not sure if this is the best place to ask this - but can anyone recommend a good pub in Manchester to watch a United game?

Going there for a stagg do, and its a derby game so not much chance of getting tickets so looking for a good pub to watch the game.

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Not sure if this is the best place to ask this - but can anyone recommend a good pub in Manchester to watch a United game?

Going there for a stagg do, and its a derby game so not much chance of getting tickets so looking for a good pub to watch the game.

Cheers
You'll find that you maybe able to get tickets

Otherwise I can recommend if you really want nearer the time
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