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Date: Sun May 03 05:25:48 GMT+00:00 1998
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BOLTON WANDERERS        5-2    CRYSTAL PALACE            24,449
Blake (6)                                              Gordon (8)
Fish (20)                                              Bent (16)
Phillips (30)
Thompson (70)
Holdsworth (79)

COVENTRY CITY           2-0    BLACKBURN ROVERS          18,794 
Dublin (pen 20)
Boateng (34)

LEICESTER CITY          1-0    BARNSLEY                  21,293  
Zagorakis (57)

LIVERPOOL               5-0    WEST HAM UNITED           44,414 
Owen (4)
McAteer (21, 25)
Leonhardsen (45)
Ince (61)

NEWCASTLE UNITED        3-1    CHELSEA                   36,710  
Dabizas(39)                                    Di Matteo (77)
Lee (42)
Speed (59)

SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY     1-3    ASTON VILLA               34,177  
Sanetti (89)                                           Yorke (21)
                                                       Hendrie (25)
                                                       Joachim (50)

SOUTHAMPTON             0-2    DERBY COUNTY             15,202
                                                       Dailly (50)
                                                       Sturridge (88)

WIMBLEDON               2-6    TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR         25,820
Fear (21, 30)                              Ferdinand (18)
                                           Klinsmann (41, 65, 58,60)
                                           Saib (79)

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson will tonight travel to watch
Cameroon midfielder Marc Vivien Foe play for Lens in the French Cup final.

Foe is the latest player to come under Ferguson's scrutiny, according to
newspaper reports.

The 6ft 4in Foe is a defensive midfielder along the lines of Arsenal's
Patrick Vieira, who has made such an impact on English football.

Foe, 22, will be playing against Paris St Germain.

Ferguson has already agreed a 10.5million fee for Dutch defender Jaap Stam
from PSV Eindhoven.

Sunday Arsenal v Everton  "COME ON YOU BLUES!"

Barry your editor.

This Issue:
1. Manchester Blues vs Reds (PA)
2. LIST: Teamtalk


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X-MSMail-Priority: Normal X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 4.72.2106.4 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V4.72.2106.4 Date: Sat, 2 May 1998 17:25:40 +0800 Reply-To: Red Devil Marcus Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Red Devil Marcus Subject: Manchester Blues vs Reds (PA) DECADE OF CHANGE IN MANCHESTER By Compiled by David Anderson, PA Sport Manchester's two clubs have experienced contrasting fortunes in the 1990s. In 1991 Manchester City finished fifth, one place above Manchester United, in Division One. Since then, though, City have sunk to their lowest ebb, while United have gone on to become the team of the decade. Their records read like this: 1990-91: Manchester City - 5th; Manchester United 6th, also won European Cup-Winners' Cup. 1991-92: Manchester City - 5th; Manchester United - 2nd, also won Coca-Cola Cup. 1992-93: Manchester City - 9th in Premier League; Manchester United - 1st. 1993-94: Manchester City - 16th, manager Peter Reid sacked after poor start to be replaced by Brian Horton; Manchester United - 1st, also won FA Cup. 1994-95: Manchester City - 17th, Horton sacked to be succeeded by Alan Ball in July 1995; Manchester United - 2nd. 1995-96: Manchester City - 18th and relegated to Division One; Manchester United - 1st in Premier League, won FA Cup. 1996-97: Manchester City - 14th in Division One, Ball sacked in August 1996 only for successor Steve Coppell to resign after a month before Frank Clark takes over in December; Manchester United - 1st in Premier League. April 1998: Manchester City - 23rd in Division One, lowest ever league position and facing relegation, Joe Royle replaced sacked Clark in February; Manchester United - 2nd in Premier League. PA Sporting Life Marcus Lionel van Geyzel. "I can only please one per day. Today is not your day. Tomorrow isn't looking very good either". -- Dogbert
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X-Sender: giggs@tiac.net X-Mailer: Windows Eudora Pro Version 3.0 (32) Date: Fri, 01 May 1998 12:39:52 -0700 To: suggs@tiac.net From: J Callaghan (by way of Red Devils Mailing List ) Subject: LIST: Teamtalk FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1998 MIdfield duo agree deals Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt have agreed new seven year deals to stay at Old Trafford until 2005 leaving David Beckham as the only major star still to extend his current contract. Beckham's future, however, is not in doubt as his present deal lasts well into the next millenium. Gary and Philip Neville led the way back in March when they signed further extensions to their already lengthy terms - taking them up to 2005. Ryan Giggs soon followed suit by pledging his future to United for at least five more years while Ronny Johnsen, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and David May are similarly tied up for long periods. Transfer rumours update Spanish sources appear to have heard a whisper about a possible United bid for Real Madrid's free-kick specialist Roberto Carlos, which the player strenuously denies. The Brazilian revealed in a magazine interview last month that one or two Premiership clubs have enquired about his availability, without naming names, but since Real have insisted on a 25+ million buy-out clause in his contract that narrows down the field. However, when asked, the 25-year-old has played down all the talk ahead of his side's attempt to win their seventh European Cup against Juventus later this month. Meanwhile, in Italy both Patrick Kluivert and Gabriel Batistuta could be on the move this summer. Kluivert has been linked to Arsenal, Barcelona and Real Betis by the Italian press while the Dutch papers mention the same clubs plus United. Batistuta has apparently been the subject of a bid from Roma which totalled 9.5 million plus Abel Balbo. Fergie checks on French pair Alex Ferguson will reportedly travel to the new Stade Saint Denis this weekend to watch Lens play paris Saint Germain meet in the French Cup final. The United boss has also hinted that he has his eyes on a couple of French-based midfielders to rival the talented Arsenal pair Petit and Vieira for next season. There are some startling parallels between Lens duo Frederic Dehu and Marc-Vivien Foe and the Gunners' engine room, apparently much admired by Fergie. Dehu, like Petit, has exploded into form this season and is noted for his British battling qualities and vision from midfield. The 25-year-old has also played sweeper for his club as Lens chase the double this season. But it is thought that Ferguson's primary target will be Foe who, at 22, will join up with Cameroon's World Cup squad for his second finals experience at the end of the season. He graduated from central defence to centre midfield this season where he has been a revelation despite a number of bookings - adding to his reputation. Lens will probably want at least 3.5 million for Foe and only slightly less for Dehu, however, that is unlikely to deter United if they are serious about restoring the French connection. Pally facing Stam competition Pallister: Happy to meet Stam Gary Pallister is looking forward to meeting new signing Jaap Stam, even though the Dutchman is a threat to his place in the United line-up. The Reds star, 33 years old at the end of next month, knows how the new record signing will feel when he ties up his move from PSV Eindhoven early next week. He said: "When I came here it was for a British record of 2.3 million and what a daunting time that was. It is usually strikers who go for record fees so I knew there would be a lot of pressure to see if I would be worth the money. I'm sure Roy Keane and Andy Cole went through the same sort of thing. "The first chance we will get to meet him properly will be on the pre-season tour, and I'm looking forward to it. At United you're expected to fight for your place. That is the way it is now and it will continue when Jaap arrives." Stam delivers Arsenal threat New Reds recruit Jaap Stam has sent a chilling message to Highbury from Holland after learning of Arsenal's latest step nearer clinching the Premiership title. The 25-year-old was told the Gunners' scoreline against Derby moments after helping PSV Eindhoven through to the Dutch Cup final, despite scoring an embarrassing own goal. But he defiantly said: "If United don't make it now then I hope Arsene Wenger and Arsenal enjoy their title success. Because I want to make United champions again next season. It is only going to be temporary for Mr Wenger. United are a great team who can win every prize in football." A Manchester United is for life, not just for christmas. --------------------------------------------------------- JacKiT@indigo.ie --------------------------------------------------------- If tomorrow was today, it would be yesterday.
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