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RED sky at night UNITED delight!

Date: Tues April 14 05:54:19 GMT+00:00 1998
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

After that result yesterday all I can say is "Keep the Faith"
If the worst did happen 2nd position and a place in the Champions League
is not the end of the world!

Your editor Barry.

This Issue:
1. Results
2. Aftermath of goals snow and results
3. Guardian Article
4. Run Ins


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Subject: Results 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 32 12 2 2 33 10 7 7 2 23 18 66 + 28 Blackburn 1 - 4 Arsenal Gallacher Bergkamp (01) Parlour (07,14) Anelka (42) Derby County 4 - 0 Bolton Wanderers Wanchope (27) Burton (37, 40) Baiano (45) Liverpool 2 - 1 Crystal Palace Leonhardsen (29) Bent (72) Thompson (85) Newcastle United 2 - 1 Barnsley Andersson (40) Fjortoft(50) Shearer (86) Sheffield Wednesday 1 - 1 West Ham United Magilton (59) Berkovic(7) Tottenham Hotspur 1 - 0 Coventry City Berti (68) Dublin (86) Wimbledon 0 - 0 Everton
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Subject: list; Aftermath of goals snow and results Yes I am still alive and kicking......this post is only to tell you all NOT to give up hope! Ok Arse are on form 9wins out of 10games now but just check this out.... After my hopeful statement last week I owe you this one: How will Arse drop 5pts? They have Barnsley-Derby-Everton-Liverpool 4 games in 11 days! This is our hope now.... remember Arse could have their noses in front on 6th May & that is when pressure may tell. Of course I AM still assuming UNITED win ALL 4 games, I'm sure they will do that! GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY! Here it is: Liverpool (H) D 1-1 67 10/4/98 11/4/98 3-1 63 Newcastle (H) W 13/4/98 4-1 66 Blackburn (A) W --------------------------------------------------------- Newcastle (H) W? 70? 18/4/98 69? Wimbledon (H) W? 25/4/98 70? Barnsley (A) D? level? Crystal P (A) W? 73? 27/4/98 29/4/98 73 Derby (H) W? level Leeds (H) W? 76? 2/5/98 76 Everton (H) W? level 6/5/98 76 Liverpool(A) L? crunch! Barnsley (A) W? 79? 10/5/98 79 Aston V (A) W? level So Barry's hope is: REDS 79 pts 4games 12 pts (W4) Arsenal: 79pts 6games 13pts (W4 D1 L1) Possible championship on goal-average? Try and enjoy your week. Barry, still surviving! "Keep the Faith" as Pete say's  Email: barry@www.red11.org Barry Leeming Whos Who of ManU: http://www.red11.org/mufc/whoswho.htm Mailing list pics: http://www.red11.org/mufc/listpics.htm Manchester United Reserves: http://www.red11.org/mufc/pontin.htm Theatre Of Dreams http://ManUnited.netlane.com Mirrors: http://Mufc.base.org + http://home3.inet.tele.dk/barrylee "RED Sky at Night UNITED delight"
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X-Sender: dmenashe@popd.ix.netcom.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Pro Version 4.0 Date: Mon, 13 Apr 1998 14:05:16 -0700 Reply-To: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: David Menashe Subject: Guardian Article To: MUFC@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU Reds, The guy who wrote this (Jim White) has written many books on United and I think he is a closet Red if not a real Red. He makes a lot of sense and his last line sums it up for me. The reason we didn't run away with the title already ... Fergie's war of words all in the mind By Jim White Tuesday April 14, 1998 With a month to go we now enter the last lap of the Premiership season, that part known as the mind-game mile. It is around now that Alex Ferguson cheers up the nation with some of his publicly aired mental barbs. As the football becomes tense and scrappy, Fergie distracts attention from the lack of entertainment out on the pitch and decides to keep us enthralled himself by firing off psychological Stinger missiles even more potent than Ronaldo with a ball at his feet in an airport during Easter holiday delays. Or at least, that is what the developing myth workshopped up by pundits and commentators would have us believe. It all started two seasons ago when, according to legend, Kevin Keegan was so wound up by Fergie's mental incendiaries that his head blew up, a sight which totally undermined the Newcastle dressing room, ensured the lads stopped playing and thus surrendered the league to their closest challengers. Then last year it was Arsene Wenger who was supposed to have capitulated to the master of the mind game, as the tabloids now routinely refer to Ferguson. Unused to the wiles of the Premiership, the Arsenal manager, if we are to believe the script, showed an inexperience in his public verbal jousting with the master which communicated itself to his dressing room and put the Gunners off their final stride. And, as this season approaches its climax, such is the growing mystique surrounding the man that every Ferguson remark is pored over for evidence of another mental master-stroke. Shakespeare has seldom experienced such textual analysis. On Sky Andy Gray chuckles knowingly as he deconstructs the United manager's latest. Obliged to fill hours of speculation time, Gray interprets what may, in some quarters, be reckoned statements of the blindingly obvious ("Arsenal are now in the driving seat" or "Blackburn are the best team we have played this season") as utterances of such psychological complexity they could form the basis of the script for the next series of Cracker: move over Fitz, here's Fergie. How things have changed. In 1992, when his team fulfilled the Devon Loch role and went wobbly-kneed with the winning-post in sight, it was largely reckoned to be Ferguson's fault. He wanted it too much, he was tetchy and nervous, his players became terrified at the thought of his response to failure and subsequently, unable to focus on anything else, failed. The fact is that both extremes of the Fergie cult are equally exaggerated. In 1992 it was not the manager but fixture congestion that did for his team and in 1996 Ferguson, renowned throughout football as the luckiest of managers, got lucky again. The comments which have been post-rationalised as poisoned darts fatally wounding Keegan's resolve were actually directed at Leeds United players. Leeds had sweated blood against Ferguson's side and were due to take on Newcastle later that month. In an effort to chivvy them up Ferguson made disparaging remarks about the way they appeared to reserve their best effort for their cross-Pennine rivals. He cannot have expected Keegan to react as he did. It was like baiting for a trout or two and landing a great white shark. In truth, managers - Ferguson included - are at their most powerless at this time of the year. Moreover, thanks to Sky's generous provision of cameras at matches, their powerlessness has become part of the theatre. Every match in the run-in is punctuated with shots of the body language of emasculation: heads thrown back in despair, fingers jabbing unheard directions, all articulacy lost in a torrent of swearing. All the planning, chivvying and mind games in the world cannot compensate for a leg-weary back-pass or scuffed chance. Back in December Ferguson was being portrayed as a manager in total control of his game; everything worked out, in place to the last detail, the Boris Spassky of football. The Champions League was the priority and the Premiership would be won as insurance by the subtle husbanding of the most potent squad in the game. Four months later his formidable luck deserted him. His players have been injured or off form at precisely the wrong time, his enterprise losing several of its wheels. At this point no amount of cunning in press conferences will make any difference if the team cannot produce the goods. That is the one trouble with football, as every manager knows: the players.
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X-Sender: kss@pop1.nasionet.net X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Pro Version 4.0 Demo Date: Tue, 14 Apr 1998 11:05:01 -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 X-MIME-Autoconverted: from quoted-printable to 8bit by eris.web-plus.dk id FAA03374 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 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 9 points which means.......... WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS.....~~~~~~~~~~ to become only the 4th team this century to become champions 3 times running. KUL
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