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Date: Mon Apr 13 10:50:41 GMT+00:00 1998
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

Gut feeling -  We HAVE to win these 4 games, if not we would be down & out.
IF it happened 2nd place and Champions League 1999 would not be bad would it?
Good luck to Blackburn v Arse today!  A draw would be fine start to there 7 game run-in!

                   HOME            AWAY
               P  W  D  L  F  A   W  D  L  F  A   Pts   GD
Man Utd       34 12  3  2 38  8   8  4  5 26 17   67  + 39
Arsenal       31 12  2  2 33 10   6  7  2 19 17   63  + 25

Your editor Barry.

This Issue:
1. Run Ins
2. MEN: Giggs and Johnsen face title KO
3. LIST: Nevland on loan
4. Re:  Facts of Life on Sat
5. LIST: Stam May Go To Tribunal (D.Mail)


Ronny "Ouch!" v Liverpool
X-Sender: kss@pop1.nasionet.net X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Pro Version 4.0 Demo Date: Mon, 13 Apr 1998 17:01:01 -0700 Reply-To: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Kuljit Singh Subject: Run Ins To: MUFC@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU MANCHESTER UNITED 18th NEWCASTLE (H) On Newcastle's current form, a Man Utd win is on the cards. Also hoping NUFC go down as Shearer becomes available. 27th CRYSTAL PALACE (A) Palace have not won a game at home all season....(I think). Problem is United usually have major problems against sides like these. United to win but just. MAY 4th LEEDS (H) Toughest game of the 4 against the sheeps. Tension will be sky high as United have to win and Leeds would love to see anyone else win but United. A slender win but chances are i t will be a draw. 10th BARNSLEY (A) have improved immensely since we hit them for 7. Look a decent team but will need a lot to overcome United. 3 points in the bag again. Looking at the fixtures one would dare to say that United should get at least 10 points from their remaining games. Anything else would be someone smiling on Arsenal for this season. But lets hope the only cup that Arsenal get their hands on is the FA Cup and leave the league in our good hands. ARSENAL 13th BLACKBURN (A) A good chance for us as Blackburn look good at home. At best a draw for Arsenal. 18th WIMBLEDON (H) the ex-crazy gang did us a favour last season by beating Newcastle and handing us the title, lets hope that this carries on and do it again. No points from this for Arsenal. 25th BARNSLEY (A) As I said earlier that Barnsley have improved by leaps and bounds. Took the ref for Liverpool to beat them. A draw for Arsenal. 29th DERBY (H) Tired aging legs but Arsenal will just sneak a win and revive their flagging title hopes for another few days. MAY 3rd EVERTON (H) Too many games and too little time. Arsenal will huff and puff but the Everton fragile defence will hold out for Big Dunc to head home and score the winner in the last minute....NOT. Arsenal would more likely rip Evertton for a 3-1 scoreline. 6th LIVERPOOL (A) Straightforward win for Liverpool. Arsenal to lose by 2 goals or more and put a sad end to their title hopes. Better put the Incey poster up again for this game :) 10th ASTON VILLA (A) Oh no not another game cries Arsene Wenger. Bosnich to save everything and Yorke to score again and again. A painful and slow game just the way George Graham would have l iked. Well looks like at the maximum Arsenal can only hope for 10 points which means.......... WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS.....~~~~~~~~~~ to become only the 4th team this century to become champions 3 times running. KUL
Ronny "Ouch!" v Liverpool
X-Sender: wpa01977@mail.web4you.dk X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Pro Version 3.0.5 (32) Date: Mon, 13 Apr 1998 11:26:26 +0200 Reply-To: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Barry Leeming Subject: MEN: Giggs and Johnsen face title KO Giggs and Johnsen face title KO By Stuart Mathieson MANCHESTER United's injury troubled season has torn another hole in the Reds' four-match title finale. Defender Ronny Johnsen looks almost certain to have ended his season a month prematurely and Ryan Giggs is battling to save his campaign. Reds' goalscorer Johnsen was the victim of a dreadful tackle by Liverpool's Micahel Owen in the 1-1 draw at Old Trafford which saw England's teenage striker sent off for a second bookable offence. The X-rated foul on the Norwegian was a red card crime in itself and Johnsen was sent to hospital immediately to discover the full extent of ankle ligament damage. ``It was a terrible tackle,'' said United manager Alex Ferguson. ``Owen is a terrific player and he doesn't need to do that. ``It's not a break but he's damaged ligaments. At this time of the year it could be the end of the season for Ronny.'' Giggs only returned from an eight-match absence with a hamstring injury last Monday at Blackburn Rovers but was soon in trouble. The Welshman tried to run the problem off but was substituted after 38 minutes. ``It's not a tear. He felt it tightening and a tweak,'' says Fergie. United extended their championship lead over Arsenal by just a single point with the 1-1 draw against the third-placed Merseysiders before the Gunners embarked on their critical two-match Easter holiday programme today at Highbury against Newcastle. The Londoners stood this morning with four games in hand on United and seven points to make up. ``Arsenal can only throw away the title now,'' admitted the United manager. ``They are firmly in the driving seat all we can do is hope they drop points.'' Theatre Of Dreams http://ManUnited.netlane.com RED News: http://www.red11.org/mufc/digest.htm Reserves: http://www.red11.org/mufc/pontin.htm "RED sky at night UNITED delight"
Ronny "Ouch!" v Liverpool
Priority: normal X-mailer: Pegasus Mail for Win32 (v2.42) Date: Sun, 12 Apr 1998 15:59:44 +0000 Reply-To: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: The Cliff Subject: LIST: Nevland on loan Youngster Erik Nevland will be on-loan to his former norwegian club Viking from mid-april til 1. July. He has been nowhere near a regular firstteam spot for United, and is eager to get first team football ahead of the Europen U23 Championship this summer. Viking will cover all expenses, and Alex Ferguson sees the loan as a part of Nevland's development as a player. The Cliff ********************************** Jan Tore Jaastad Schankebakken 5 - Box 31 9964 SKJAANES NORWAY Tlf : 78 49 75 61 ICQ : 6126755 e-mail : tjaastad@online.no IRC-nickname: The Cliff
Ronny "Ouch!" v Liverpool
Date: Sun, 12 Apr 1998 18:01:24 +0300 Reply-To: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Terry Dale Subject: Re: Facts of Life on Sat To: MUFC@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU > Gut feeling (prediction the same) We HAVE to win these 4 games, > if not we would be down & out. Barry's absolutely right. We can't afford to drop a single point from now on. It's got to be 12 out of 12. Meanwhile, the Arse must drop 5 of the 21 points still available to them. Going on form over the past few weeks, this does not look likely, but strange things can happen in football. For example, who'd have thought we could have lost an 11-point lead? Ouch. If Arse drop 2 or 3 points on Monday night, who knows what effect this might have on their (currently) sky-high confidence? And if the encouraging news about Giggs is true, he could be back for the Toons. Yes, I'm starting to believe we really can still win it. The more I waffle on and on like this, the more confident I'm getting. It's very therapeutic. Try it. Just keep on saying over and over again that we still have a good chance to win it ... ___________ Terry lying on the couch in Saudi ps I hope the list isn't going to charge me psychiatric fees for this.
Ronny "Ouch!" v Liverpool
X-Sender: red-devils@pop.pipeline.com X-Mailer: Windows Eudora Pro Version 3.0 (32) Date: Sun, 12 Apr 1998 21:11:03 -0700 Subject: LIST: Stam May Go To Tribunal (D.Mail) United target issues warning to PSV Sunday, April 12, 1998 Unsettled PSV Eindhoven defender Jaap Stam is prepared to go to a tribunal to make sure of clinching a dream move to Manchester United. PSV want 15million for the 25-year-old Dutch international, who is contracted to them until 2003, but Stam is reportedly confident that a 10million transfer will be reached before the World Cup finals. 'I will break away and go to a Dutch tribunal if PSV don't agree terms with United,' he told the News of the World. 'I want to go to the World Cup with a Manchester United shirt and contract in my bag.' Stam, who has also been linked with Rangers and Liverpool, believes a tribunal would find in his favour, as several Dutch players, including Ajax brothers Frank and Ronald de Boer, have won their cases there. 'My future is very bright. I'm convinced that I'll be a United player in the new season,' he adds. PSV have already rejected a 10million from United, but further talks are planned. 'I know PSV Eindhoven are meeting United again early this week,' he says. 'I've no worries and no doubts that there are any stumbling blocks to the transfer going through.'
Ronny "Ouch!" v Liverpool
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