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MANUNITED.NETLANE.COM : TODAYS NEWS Date: Wed Mar 25 15:08:42 GMT+00:00 1998 Mail: email@example.com RED Birthdays tomorrow: 18 Mar 26 1998 Jussi Jdrvinen firstname.lastname@example.org Finland 14 Mar 26 1998 Lee Liwen email@example.com Singapore, Jurong West Well gang looks like the whole team will be back for Wimbledon on Sat. That is VERY good news Even Ryan Giggs could be there. Now is the time to win the championship by 3 wins on the trot.... Sat Mar 28 : Wimbledon (H) - irc - Mon April 6 : Blackburn (A) Live on Sky 20.00 gmt Fri April 10 : Liverpool (H) Live on sky 17.00 gmt Good luck to all REDS! from your editor Barry, in Denmark. This Issue: 1. Keane news 2. Shearer Speaks about United 3. Red raiders net Greening 4. The boys are back in town! 5. United for a Jilted Generation ++++++=========+++++++========+++++++++========++++++++
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Subject: Keane news Joy For Roy United star hoping to speed up comeback bid By Stuart Mathieson Oh Yes! Hoping for good news ROY Keane has a key date with his specialist next week. And the Manchester United midfielder is hoping to be given the green light to step up his comeback. The Reds' first captain of the season has been out of action since snapping his cruciate knee ligament at the end of September. Now the battling Irishman is awaiting his latest progress report which will determine his end of season programme. Manager Alex Ferguson, however, doesn't foresee Keane making a dramatic reappearance in United's first team for the critical championship run-in. ``I don't think he'll play this season,'' the Reds' boss says. ``You could push it and possibly have him back but is it really worth it in the end? ``We'll be taking really good advice and we'll have the update next week to see how his progress is. That will be important so that we know exactly where we can take him from here. ``Roy has been training with the first team for a few weeks now and has done really well. He hasn't been doing any twisting or turning and has had to avoid tackling, but he's kicking fine and is passing the ball and running in straight lines. ``We know from experience what to do with him next but the specialist will determine whether we can up Roy's training.'' Keane injured the cruciate knee ligament against Leeds six months ago and underwent an operation last November. However, the boost of their inspirational midfielder for the final Premiership title push now appears very unlikely and Alex Ferguson admits that efforts to bolster the senior squad for the end of term finale is also facing a struggle. Fergie has until this Thursday's tea-time transfer deadline to register any new faces to aid United's championship ambitions. ``There is nothing on the horizon at this moment,'' he says. ``It's difficult at this time of year. Because of the standard we are looking for clubs are reluctant to sell at this stage. ``We are looking at one or two certain things but I couldn't promise anything at this moment. ``But anyway if I can get my full squad together then it is not a concern. If all my players are fit then we're okay 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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Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: David Menashe Subject: Shearer Speaks about United To: MUFC@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU X-MIME-Autoconverted: from quoted-printable to 8bit by eris.web-plus.dk id EAA23808 Exclusive: United fans hated me but I could only talk to Blackburn - by Alan Shearer Tuesday, March 24, 1998 Why on earth did you join Blackburn Rovers? The question has been put to me over and over again. The widely held view is that all my football ambitions were flung out of the window because my head had been turned by the lure of loads of money. Suddenly I had become 'that greedy bastard' or at least I was in the minds of the Manchester United fans who were convinced I had snubbed their club for a bag of cash laid in front of me by Jack Walker. I had come to the end of my fourth season at Southampton and was starting to be recognised as a goalscorer at the highest level. I had broken into the England senior side and my horizons were beginning to broaden. I knew I was not going to win the top honours with Southampton and had completed only one year of a new four-year contract when the football grapevine began buzzing that other, bigger clubs wanted to sign me. However, when I got a telephone call from manager Ian Branfoot he informed me Blackburn were the only club who had made a definite move. There was an inquiry from the French club Marseille but I ruled that out because I did not consider a move abroad a suitable option at that stage of my career. So I went to talk to Kenny Dalglish. I was not given permission to speak to Manchester United, Newcastle, Liverpool or any of the other clubs who were supposed to be keeping tabs on me. I would have been delighted to talk to them if they had made acceptable bids but, according to Southampton, Blackburn were the only ones with a suitable offer on the table - £3.3million plus David Speedie, which was a British record at the time. Lainya and I met Kenny and his wife, Marina, at the Haydock Post House off the M6. My first problem was trying to understand what Kenny had to say. Until your ears are tuned into his broad Glaswegian accent it can be extremely difficult to follow his conversation. He left no stone unturned with any of his transfer targets and insisted on investing in the right sort of characters who had enjoyed stable upbringings and had developed strong reliable personalities. It was no coincidence that Rovers' dressing room was full of honest, down-to-earth individuals who had no airs and graces. Kenny enjoyed the 'let's all muck in together' attitude which existed in the early period of Blackburn's development. There was money aplenty for new players but, at the start, the club's facilities were comparatively sparse. Before they built their magnificent new training complex it was Kenny's job to phone around the local area for a practice pitch. An essential tool of his trade was the spanner he carried around in his tracksuit pocket to bolt the portable goalposts together. No job was too small for him. But I still got sackfuls of mail when I left Southampton. Many of the letters were abusive, most of them anonymous, others were more sinister and made some vicious, nasty threats. I can recall two incidents which made me realise how much I was disliked by Manchester United fans. I wasn't fit for the Charity Shield match between Blackburn and United at Wembley but on arriving at the stadium was recognised by some Rovers fans. The chant went up: 'There's only one Alan Shearer.' This drew the attention of a group of United supporters and one aggressive, fairly large individual thrust his face towards mine and said: 'Shearer you're a ******* user and a greedy bastard.' He was immediately pounced on by a Blackburn fan who smacked him one and left him flat on his back. The same season I received another horrible reminder of the loathing which football brings out in people. A friendly between England and the Republic of Ireland at Lansdowne Road was interrupted by an outbreak of trouble in the crowd, and the players from both sides were taken off. The game was eventually abandoned but while we were waiting in the dressing room for an official announcement to be made, a small Irish lad, probably no older than eight, was brought through in some distress by first aid men. As he passed by he looked up and recognised me. 'I ******* hate you, Shearer!' he shouted. I thought he must be suffering from shock but when someone approached him and asked if he was seriously hurt he brushed them aside and said: 'No, leave me alone. I'm a Manchester United fan.' It was upsetting to see a kid work himself up into such a state just because he had seen me.
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Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Chris Gowland Subject: Red raiders net Greening To: MUFC@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU X-MIME-Autoconverted: from QUOTED-PRINTABLE to 8bit by eris.web-plus.dk id KAA00740 >From last night's York Evening Press... Red raiders net Greening by Stuart Martel York City starlet Jonathan Greening was today poised for the Premiership after clinching a move to champions Manchester United. Manager Alex Ferguson revealed the 19-year-old City ace had agreed to sign for the Old Trafford giants and the deal was subject to a medical. Greening was identified as a prime target for the Red Devils when he was invited for a four day trial in February. The youngster, who described that experience as the "greatest week" of his life, was back at Old Trafford for talks today and a medical was scheduled for this afternoon. The two clubs refused to reveal the fee, but the Evening Press understands that the initial payment is a six-figure sum which could eventually be pushed over £1 million, depending on Greeningís progress. Sources in Manchester believe the initial sum to be in the region of £750,000, which would smash Cityís £450,000 record transfer fee, paid by Port Vale for Jon McCarthy in 1995. Said Ferguson: "We had him down for training and he showed the promise we thought he had. Since then it has been a long road trying to get a deal done, because of other interest." Unitedís interest was stirred by the impact Greening made during his first steps in League football this season, which has seen him used sparingly by City boss Alan Little. He has made just five Division Two starts for the Minstermen since his senior debut as a substitute at Bournemouth 13 months ago, with 15 further appearances coming off the bench. His super-sub status was confirmed by his only two League goals, a late winner over Gillingham in August and a stoppage-time leveller at Chesterfield at Christmas. Scarborough-born Greening joined City as a 15-year-old and graduated through the junior ranks, as did York-born goalkeeper Nick Culkin, who was snapped up by Manchester United in 1995 for £100,000 before making a reserve team appearance. Greening, who had a year of his current City contract to run, has also attracted interest from a number of other clubs, with Tottenham Hotspur reported to have tabled a £1 million bid for the player. However, that move was dismissed as "paper talk" by Little, who insisted the club had received no offer from the struggling North Londoners. Last week Little declined to comment on claims that Greening had turned down the offer of a trial with Spurs, along similar lines to his week with United. Greening, a United fan from the age of six, linked up with international stars Ryan Giggs and David Beckham during his week with the Premiership champions. On his return from Manchester, Greening said: "Playing with the players I have supported and admired, well, itís just been like a dream. I would love to be a part of all that and itís what I am determined to aim for." The youngster was also impressed with the facilities at Unitedís legendary The Cliff training complex, describing the set up as "amazing". ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chris Gowland | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Computing Assistant | Phone: +44-(0)1904-433823 University of York Computing Service, | Fax: +44-(0)1904-433740 Heslington, York, YO1 5DD, England | http://www.york.ac.uk/~cg1
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Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Helgi Adalsteinsson Subject: The boys are back in town! To: MUFC@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU X-MIME-Autoconverted: from quoted-printable to 8bit by eris.web-plus.dk id OAA07367 Hi fellows The boys are back in town! ęę Following the ten day break in United's fixture schedule, Alex Ferguson is hoping that the Reds starting line up for Saturdays key game against Wimbledon will have a much more familiar look about it. Alex Ferguson hopes to have Peter Schmeichel back in goal after missing out in the Monaco clash. Schmeichel, even in the short time he's been out has been sorely missed. However Schmeichel's expected return is far quicker than initially anticipated, it was first feared that the Great dane would be out for five weeks. Besides Schmeichel, Fergie is is hoping to have Gary Pallister fully fit. Pallister has been absent with his back injury and he will return to partner either Ronnie Johnsen or Henning Berg - much will depend upon whether Ronnie Johnsen recovers from a calf injury. Nicky Butt, David Beckham and Paul Scholes, all absent for England against Switzerland, should be fit to form the heart of the Reds midfield at the weekend. Perhaps though, the greatest boost for Alex Ferguson is the expected return of Ryan Giggs. The brilliant Welsh winger has been out for seven games, but Alex Ferguson is confident that he'll return to inject some much needed pace and penetration into the United side. Fergie says: "Giggs has trained for the past few days and will do so for the rest of the week. I expect him to be ready for Saturday. So now Wimbledon will suffer. Btw. Wimbledon has sold Vinny Jones to QPR. He will be player and coach at the club. Greetings HELGI ADALSTEINSSON Aalborg University firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.business.auc.dk/~helgi
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Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Ian GRANT Subject: United for a Jilted Generation To: MUFC@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU The glitz and glamour of the '80s saw Big Ron take over from Dave Sexton at United's helm. The stark contrast in the attitude of the two men was obvious as United became a big spending force in the English league. Ron Atkinson's objective was to bring the league championship back to the better half of Manchester. He and his magic circle came close, the potential was there, but he ultimately failed. 2 FA Cup wins later and in 1986 Big Ron was gone. Under Ron Atkinson, United were very much a buying club. The youth system would produce the occasional gem, most notably Paul McGrath, Mark Hughes and Norman Whiteside, but real quality players coming through the ranks was very much 'drip-drip' rather than a constant flow. To counter this a strong buying policy was needed. One of the first actions Alex Ferguson implemented on his arrival at Old Trafford was the total re-vamping of the youth system, but in his early years at the club it was necessary to continue the buying 'tradition' of Big Ron. Alot of money was made available at Fergie's disposal. Viv Anderson, Brian McClair and Steve Bruce were the first of Fergie's buys. For me, Ron Atkison's most endearing quality will always be that he brought Bryan Robson to Manchester United, but an unforgivable crime he committed was selling Mark Hughes to Barcelona. Fergie saw sense and bought the player back home in 1988. Fergie spent big in 1989, close to 8.5 million pounds on 5 players: Mike Phelan, Gary Pallister, Neil Webb, Danny Wallace and Paul Ince. As a consequence expectations were high. Some of the purchases would become an integral part of the first great United side Fergie was building, others would fail to achieve their potential and fall by the wayside. Results and performance's on the pitch were not matching the high expectations and the pressure on Fergie to deliver some silverware was more than simply 'mounting'. 1990 saw the floodgates unlock, but fate was on a hair-trigger. In January United's league form was diabolical, in the bottom half of the table and with an eye on relegation it seemed as if Fergie's time was up. Four full seasons in charge without anything to show for it apart from an eye-catching balance sheet, the FA Cup was seen as Fergie's last chance. The 3rd round tie was against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground. A Mark Hughes cross and a header from one of the first products of the Ferguson youth system, Mark Robins, started the run that ended with the FA Cup and Alex Ferguson stayed as manager of Manchester United. Denis Irwin was the only purchase of note before the 1990-91 season which ended with the first European trophy since 1968, the European Cup-Winners' Cup. In 1991 crucial buys were made; Andrei Kanchelskis, Peter Schmeichal and Paul Parker. Ironically enough Paul Parker was the most expensive of the trio. In 1992 the silverware acting as tenant at Old Trafford was the League Cup, for the first time ever. But the season will be remembered for the horror of losing out in the race for the title. Words really can't explain that feeling, obviously alot of you can relate to that. What the season did show was that Fergie had developed a team capable of challenging for the title and that had the potential to win it. That season also gave us a glimpse into the future, the first real quality was emerging from Ferguson's youth system - Ryan Giggs. Finally, in 1993 Fergie, and United, won the title. Eric Cantona was the focal point and catalyst that galvanized those around him. Along with Billy Meredith and Matt Busby, Eric Cantona has to go down as one of the greatest signings ever made by United. Legend has it that Howard Wilkinson, the Leeds United manager at the time, phoned Alex inquiring after Denis Irwin. "Not a chance," came the reply by Fergie, "by the way is Eric Cantona available?" On such whims are Championships won and history created. The line-up for the final home game of that season (the 3-1 victory over Blackburn) was: 1. Peter Schmeichal 2. Paul Parker 3. Denis Irwin 4. Steve Bruce (cap.) 5. Lee Sharpe 6. Gary Pallister 7. Eric Cantona 8. Paul Ince 9. Brian McClair 10. Mark Hughes 11. Ryan Giggs 12. Bryan Robson 14. Andrei Kanchelskis GK. Les Sealey Fergie had bought a total of 25 players in his time at Old Trafford, 33 had been sold. He had kept the good, and got rid of the bad. The total cost of the '93 winning team was around 11 million pounds and the only player to come through Ferguson's youth scheme was Ryan Giggs. Since then, in my opinion, Fergie has produced two truly great United sides: The double winning sides of 1994 and 1996. Roy Keane was added to form the '94 side - an excellent replacement for Bryan Robson. And in '96, after experiencing disappointment on the last day of the '95 season, and then the controversial sales of Hughes, Ince and Kanchelskis, Ferguson's youth system came to fruition. Phil Neville, Gary Neville, Nicky Butt, David Beckham and Paul Scholes all came through the United ranks and all established themselves in a winning Manchester United side. But the base that the side was built on was still there - Peter Schmeichal, Denis Irwin, Gary Pallister, Roy Keane, Brian McClair and, of course, Eric Cantona. So now we come to today's situation: Ferguson's success had come through buying the right players to create a foundation and then building on that by nurturing young players through the ranks that entered the first team with minimum negative effect. The key to his success has been that foundation, the base on which to build. That foundation is getting weaker: The absence of Keane is now effecting us like many first expected. Brian McClair is a long time past his best and really should be utilized as an emergency sub, if anything. Gary Pallister, crucial in defense for so many seasons, is getting no younger and how long before the poor bloke's back finally does go. Eric Cantona left in typical Gaelic fashion. That leaves Peter Schmeichal and Denis Irwin. Irwin is another who's getting no younger and is no longer guaranteed a first team place. The importance of Schmeichal cannot be under-estimated, but he can't go on forever and I really believe that we need to look for his replacement sooner rather than later so that player can enter the first team, when the time's required, with minimum negative effect. This should all come as no surprise, the production of great teams is a cyclic process. This is what made Liverpool great in the 70's and 80's, they were able to replace foundation after foundation with the right players. They had a great formula which was to buy players at least a year before they actually needed them. Only when a manager came in that wanted to change things too quickly did it all go wrong. Obviously Fergie is aware of the importance of building a team with a solid base. And ever since that winning foundation was formed, Fergie's buys have been kept to a minimum: David May had a terrible start, but now has one excellent season to his name. Form and injury have hurt his first team chances this year. Andy Cole's time at United has been well documented, over documented in my opinion. But at least we now know he can do it. Injuries accepted, the word 'inconsistent' springs too readily to mind. At the end of the of 1996 a clutch of players were signed by Fergie: Karel Poborsky played his heart out, gave a 110 per cent, but more was expected. Not a worthy replacement for Kanchelskis, and since his exit no replacement has been bought in. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, excellent first season, was always going to have a harder second season. But injury, the mid-season form of Andy Cole and being forced to play out of position hasn't helped the baby-faced assassin. Jordi Cruyff, a predictable disappointment. Along with Poborsky, lulled us into a false sense of expectation with his Euro96 performances. Ronnie Johnson, no problems here, great attitude and wonderful temperament. Fergie's best buy since Roy Keane 5 years before. Henning Berg hasn't lit the sky by any means, but in terms of Manchester United heading in the right direction he was the right buy. Finally, there's Sheringham, a relatively obvious replacement for Cantona at the time. I think the jury can no longer be out on Teddy. I would class him as a 'good' necessary buy, but not a success. The price was respectable for a regular English international, and people are too quick to forget the contribution he made in turning Andy Cole 'on' earlier this season. Without that kind of form we would already be out of the Championship running. But by that definition you also have the problem with Teddy Sheringham: When he's not in a partnership that's functioning he becomes a good header of the ball with a snail's pace who lacks passion, and that's all. So if the signings aren't firing on all cylinders, what's the youth scheme producing? John Curtis, Ben Thornley, Michael Twiss, Ronnie Wallwork, Michael Clegg and Eric Nevland have all been flirting with the first team this season. All experienced varying degrees of success. For me, Michael Clegg stands out heads and shoulders above the rest - he's a player that once you see play, you want to see more of. His determination for the Red Cause when coming on against Monaco was there for all to see. The others might also make the grade, yes, even Ben Thornley. Ben is one of the 'old' youth players, he would've progressed further had it not been for horrific injury early in his career. Players departing the club have helped, but Fergie obviously has some faith in the boy. Which makes it all the more confusing for me to understand the opinions expressed by some experienced United supporters on the list, most notably Pete Hargreaves and Linda Harvey. The comments made after the Barnsley Cup defeat astounded me. Pete, as outspoken as he is Red didn't come as a great shock. But it was Linda's admission that she didn't expect Thornley to wear the Red of United again that really struck my sensibility, usually the voice of sanity and reason on a list that entertains far too much uninformed opinion, the comments were worthy of an inexperienced supporter of which Linda most certainly is not. But I digress, the youth system is still there producing players, but as time goes by it will prove harder as other top clubs set the results of our youth system as their own target. Everyone learns from successful clubs in football, and successful we most certainly are. I would expect another Famous Five for some time now. Recent United signings have fail to live up to expectations, and whether that's down to the players themselves, the choice of players by management or an infrastructure issue with the PLC is a whole other argument (and can of worms), but identifying that, I believe will be crucial to our success over the next 5 years. Thanks for reading, ------------------------------------- Ian Grant, email@example.com -------------------------------------
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