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MUFC.SIMPLENET. COM:  DAILY NEWS
Date: Wed Aug 26 10:40:35 GMT+00:00 1998
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Daily RED Trivia  Wednesday 26th August:

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1933: Eddie Green made his United debut at Plymouth Argyle. Green was a hefty
Forward signed from Derby County. He scored 4 goals in 9 games as United
narrowly avoided relegation in 1934. He moved on to Stockport County in July 1934.

1961: United beat Blackburn Rovers 6-1 at Old Trafford in a Division 1 game
watched by 45,302.
David Herd 2, Albert Quixall 2, Bobby Charlton and Maurice Setters scored for
the Reds. Team was: Gregg, Brennan, Cantwell, Stiles, Foulkes, Setters, Quixall,
Viollet, Herd, Pearson, Charlton.

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Coming Matches Index: http://www.red11.org/mufc/fix9899z.htm
Today 20.05 k.off LKS Lodz, Polen (A) European Cup
Wed  9/9 Charlton (H) PL
Sat 12/9 Coventry (H) PL

This Issue:
1. Forty Years On" Diary of 40 hours in Manchester 1998: Pt3/5
2. Lodz (365) SCHMEICHEL WARNS AGAINST POLISH BACKLASH
3. United Favourites (ET)
4. Sheri Going? (D.Mail)  Sheringham for sale
5. Edwards: Ole Deal CLOSED (Mirror)
6. LIFE'S ALL DWIGHT FOR YORKE (365)
7. WEEKLY STATMAIL***  ISSUE 2: 25th Aug 1998

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Subject: "Forty Years On" Diary of 40 hours in Manchester 1998: Pt3/5 Diary August 16-19 1998: Pt 3 Match Day, lunch with Linda, Simplenet meet with Paul Hinson Morning arrived August 18th 1998 and a 9 am breakfast. The full works beans fried bread sausage, would Eric be enjoying the same? I doubt it! Taxi to the Cliff, where?? what is this cliff?? inquired Mr Sahid. He did know of Manchester United but wanted to take me round the corner from Chester Rd to OT! After a short discussion I showed him the way and 20 mins later we arrived at The Cliff in brilliant sunshine. Simply amazing weather for Manchester. The time was 10am and a small crowd was gathered to see the arrival of Giggsy in a large dark windowed 4 wheel drive, it dropped him off and then shot off again. Roy Keane in his self driven sports car drove smartly in. David May and Dinnis all arrivedin seperate cars. All of them disappeared into the far building and then re-appeared 10 mins later in training strip. All 4 jumped into the same car and drove off to another closed training session. We had hoped for a cliff or Eric training session but it was not to be. The England boys including Becks & Andy were all down South with Hoddle, they would first be back later for the match. Norweigens and Schmeiks were all away on International duty. So Barry would not be able to speak Danish to Peter! Chatting to a few of the other onlookers I met Asif who was very friendly and told me he was there in the hope of seeing Eric training, just like the old days. No luck I'm afraid so Asif offered to drive me round for a while, we could then pop back later for the players return. We had a fast sightseeing trip round Manchester Centre past Joe Bloggs Clothing and the town centre where it had been bombed. Interestingly Asif told me of his younger brother who had been playing for Manchester United youth team and had broken his leg. He was now recovered and trying to make it back to UNITED but with difficulty. He had been top scorer for the junior league but I do not have his name, sorry. NOTE: Asif if you read this please get in touch by email.... We then drove to OT to grab a few souvenirs for the family and myself? :) I asked for anything with David Beckham for Michelle 12 years old at home, SOLD OUT nothing at all!! I finished up buying a Becks necklace at one of the local stalls instead. I picked up a couple of cheap year books for a fiver, 95/96 96/97, a badge and also a black polo with the new logo 20 quid! :( Ok it's smart, all the staff and players seem to wear it around OT. We drove on to The Throstles, time 10.40 am and of course it was "closed", the good old licensing laws again! Banging on the door Kieron came out and let Asif and I in for a chat and small light refreshment! Asif was on coke and driving, he then whisked us back to the Cliff where we arrived at 12.15 to a large crowd gathered by this time. There was even an ice cream van parked just outside to make a few extra bob on the popularity of Manchester United! Great, Asif had judged this to perfection, out came Roy Keane and proceeded to sign for everyone. Ryan was not to be seen, Dinnis jumped in his car and drove off, obviously in a hurry. Took a photo of Roy signing which should appear on the site. Atmosphere was relaxed and Roy signed for half an hour. I had an appointment with Linda so Asif drove me back to the Throstles at 12.45. Lunch had been arranged for 1pm so Barry rushed in to find Linda relaxed and sitting at a table accompanied by her coke! Sorry only 3/4 mins late? Quick greeting and then settled down with Linda and we started our 2 hour+ get-together. Lying on the table in front me was my match ticket East Stand Upper, Block E236, Row15 Seat90. Thanks Linda again for being such a wonderful lady! :))))))))))))) We chatted about the museum, Munich, Eddie Coleman (sorry Linda I had forgotton to press that button on the Manchester-Net). We also spoke of the team, the website match reports and other memories. We had a great couple of hours and several drinks, we even just had time to eat our delicious Throstle plaice and chips! Linda now had an appointment with Paul Windridge, Mick Meade and Helen Viollet. We said our farewells and grabbed a taxi as time was flashing by. No one had arrived yet so I decided to shoot off to OT for an hour or so. This was a wise move as I discovered Alex and Becks signing autographs for a large crowd in front of South Stand. Alex was protected by two enormous bouncers one on each side. There was also plenty of police presence. Many fans were wearing Eric gear and there should be evidence of that when the photos come back. Now back to the Nest [I have since discovered that I missed Mike Dobbin (sorry Mike) who had popped in at the nest around 1630!]. By the time I was back it was around quarter to 5'ish and standing around was Niel Sharp soon to be joined by Dobbo, girlfriend by his side. Alan had booked the Princess Hotel that night, I officially declare here and now that Alan must be in LOVE. I can also see why, so good luck to you Sausage Man!!. We all got rounds in and I for one had to take it easy having been around bars most of the day! Alan was on "Muel" is that a new type of Mick Meade drink????? I do not remember Mick ordering this one in Copenhagen! Soon the arrival of Paul Hinson a big hug and pics were taken to witness the FIRST MEETING of any 2 persons on the Simplenet Web Team: Fact of life: Bill, Barry, Paul, Sam and Diana have never met each other!! The pub was filling up with LIST REDS here are the names and if I forgot anyone I am very sorry: Pete & Hal Hargreaves, Paul Busby, Billy Read, Pat Jennings, Richard Martin, Tony Smith, Paul Scully names all to be added to the previous mentioned. It was like a Whos-Who of the mailing list and we all remained until 6.30 when it was time for the 20 mins brisk walk to The Theatre Of Dreams. Match time 20.00 would be prieviewed by other happenings so an early entrance was required .... more to come tomorrow... Pt 4/5 Day 3/pt2 The Testimonial Match Pt 4/5 Day 4 Hal & May + long trek home *************************************************************** REQUEST TO ALL LIST MEMBERS WHO ATTENDED THE MUNICH TESTIMONIAL: To be used on the website as a multi media story of Munich/Eric's farewell. Please write 100-200 words about your experiences that day. Mail them to me at barrylee@post3.tele.dk If you have any photos even better! (Alan) Thanks in advance Barry
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Date: Tue, 25 Aug 1998 23:10:46 -0400 Subject: Lodz (365) SCHMEICHEL WARNS AGAINST POLISH BACKLASH SCHMEICHEL WARNS AGAINST POLISH BACKLASH "We Must Be Mentally Prepared To Finish The Job" Says Danish Keeper LKS Lodz v Manchester United Preview PETER SCHMEICHEL knows from bitter experience that Manchester United cannot take anything for granted against LKS Lodz tonight. United all but booked their place in the Champions' League following their 2-0 victory at Old Trafford in the qualifying round first leg two weeks ago, but the Dane knows all too well that ties which are apparently dead can spring back into life. During his days at Brondby, he was on the receiving end of a second leg thrashing when it seemed that the tie was done and dusted. The Danes won the first leg against Sportul Bucharest 3-0 at home, but went out on penalties after crashing by the same scoreline in the return game in Romania. So even though Lodz were brushed aside in Manchester, the big goalkeeper knows it could be a different story in Poland. He said: "We hammered Sportul Bucharest 3-0 in Copenhagen and it could have been eight or ten,'' he said. ''But then, in the return leg, they hammered us 3-0 and there was such a big difference in them, even though they were the same players. That was a bad experience for me, but also a good one because it taught me that these things can happen. ''We must say to ourselves mentally that we are not there yet. The way Lodz reacted to our goals at Old Trafford suggested to me that they may have more in the bag at home than we think they have and we must be prepared for that.'' Schmeichel, though, is confident that his teammates will be professional enough to finish the job tonight. "We are more than capable of going out and getting the right result and I believe we will,'' he said. Manager Alex Ferguson feels his side is improving with each game, but he, too, is wary of Lodz's possible schizophrenic character. ''What we saw of Lodz in the first game may not bear any resemblance to what we see tonight,'' he said. ''How we handle their attacking threat will be important for us and as long as we don't do anything silly we should be alright. We've been to places like this before and I think it would need a bad performance from us to cause any real problems." Jaap Stam will be back in the firing line tonight aiming to prove his critics wrong. He has not made the most convincing start to his career in England and to make matters worse he missed Saturday's game at West Ham with a pulled thigh muscle. He has returned ahead of schedule though and is keen to prove he is no 10m flop. He said: ''Nobody wants to start like I have, but I'm back now and that's the main thing. I'm just focused on this game as it's crucial that Manchester United are in the Champions' League." The Dutchman will be joined in United's back four by Phil Neville, who replaces his injured brother, Gary, who tore a hamstring against the Hammers at the weekend. Neville junior said: ''It is often the case in football where you get the chance through somebody else's misfortune. This time, it happened to my brother." Ferguson has no other injury worries, but Dwight Yorke will not be available as he didn't complete his move from Aston Villa in time to be eligible for this game. Manchester United (probable): Schmeichel, P Neville, Irwin, Johnsen, Stam, Butt, Keane, Giggs, Beckham, Scholes, Cole. LKS Lodz, (possible): Wyparlo, Pawlak, Bendkowski, Krysicek, Jakubowski, Kos, Niznik, Wyciszkiewicz, Lennart/Darlington, Wieszczycki, Zuberek.
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Subject: United Favourites (ET) United shaping up well for a smooth passage ON ARRIVING here in Lodz yesterday, Alex Ferguson, the manager of Manchester United, was introduced to one of Poland's most famous sons. Jan Tomaszewski, rashly dubbed a "clown" by Brian Clough just before denying England at Wembley in 1973, now commentates on local television and will tonight follow the fortunes of his old club, LKS Lodz, against Ferguson's visitors. "You did a good job back in '73," smiled Ferguson, as proud a Scot as they come. Henry Winter reports from Lodz. Ferguson has reasons to be cheerful. Despite the slow start to United's domestic season, which Ferguson puts down to players recovering from their World Cup exertions, United know they should qualify comfortably for the Champions' League proper. If they keep their shape, concentration and composure against a modest LKS side, the two goals netted at Old Trafford should see them safely through. Although missing Dwight Yorke, ineligible until the round-robin stage, and the injured Gary Neville, United should be too strong, particularly with Roy Keane gaining in sharpness by the outing. Jaap Stam returns following his thigh injury, while Paul Scholes is likely to support Andy Cole. LKS, meanwhile, have their problems: Rodrigo Carbone has returned to Rio in a huff while suspension claims Tomasz Cebula, arguably the Poles' only penetrative player at Old Trafford. Tomaszewski, his physique only slightly affected by the passing of a quarter of a century, believes that United should progress without mishap. "The difference between Manchester and LKS is the same as between Heathrow and Lodz airports," he said. "I'm not speaking as a Polish patriot. I'm speaking as a realist. I don't want to be taken as a Polish idiot therefore I can't say LKS have any chance of beating Manchester. LKS were so frightened in the first leg. Even if there were orders for the players to go forward, they couldn't. Their legs were trembling." It is hard to believe that Marek Dziuba's side, reportedly on 50,000 to win, will be as negative at home. "We know it is in the Polish nature to fight very hard," Ferguson said. Yet the atmosphere will hardly be intimidating with the municipal stadium reduced, in keeping with UEFA's all-seat policy, from 33,000 to 7,000 (of whom 1,000 will be noisy United fans). Inflated ticket prices, twice the usual level, have also dulled demand, although the Poles are interested enough in their English visitors judging by the crowd outside United's hotel. English football has always featured prominently in Polish thoughts. Tomaszewski remembered his trip to Wembley as a watershed for Polish football in the Seventies. "The English players were stars," recalled Tomaszewski, whose agile goalkeeping continually frustrated Alf Ramsey's men. "We were just hungry. We soon realised we shouldn't be frightened. We had nothing to lose. England had everything to lose. The draw at Wembley gave us self-belief. I said to myself that if I have played at Wembley and kicked England out of the World Cup, then we are a good team." (The ensuing two World Cups proved that). "Brian Clough called me a clown before the game but he came up afterwards and shook my hand. The English showed then - and are still showing - that they know how to behave if a match does not go their way. With Brazil or other Latin American countries, if you win you are a king but if you lose you are a pauper." Someone who is definitely not a pauper, Martin Edwards, explained yesterday why his club disappointed Tottenham Hotspur over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. "None of our players will be pushed through the door if they don't want to leave," said the United chairman. "We agreed a deal with Spurs that was satisfactory for the club but when we put it to Ole he wanted to stay and fight for his place. We are quite happy with that and closed the transfer." Manchester United (probable): Schmeichel; Irwin, Stam, Johnsen, P Neville; Beckham, Keane, Butt, Giggs; Scholes; Cole. LKS Lodz (probable): Wyparlo; Pawlak, Bendowski, Krysiak; Darlington, Niznik, Kos, Wyciszkiewicz, Zuberek; Bugaj (or Matys), Wieszczycki.
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Subject: Sheri Going? (D.Mail) Sheringham for sale Sheringham for sale in hurry to balance books Wednesday, August 26, 1998 Teddy Sheringham is on his way out of Old Trafford after being told that Manchester United are prepared to sell him. The England striker's fate was sealed from the moment Ole Gunnar Solskjaer turned his back on a 5.5million move to Tottenham. Sheringham's name was next on United manager Alex Ferguson's list of surplus stock and has already been circulated to rival Premiership clubs. 'United want to claw back some money after spending so much in the past few months,' said an Old Trafford insider. 'Alex accepts the position and is prepared to let Sheringham go.' Ferguson quickly identified Sheringham as his most expendable asset after heeding the call to reverse the recent Old Trafford trend towards record spending levels. United's money men want to see funds coming into the club after allowing 27m to go out on Jaap Stam, Jesper Blomqvist and Dwight Yorke. Ferguson believed he had pacified them with a big cheque for Solskjaer until the Norway striker decided he wanted to stay. That thrust Sheringham into the spotlight as the answer to the manager's dilemma. They will sell him to the first bidder willing to refund the 3.5m United paid Spurs a year ago. Early indications are that there will be no shortage of takers. Nottingham Forest boss Dave Bassett is keen to take Sheringham back to the City Ground while West Ham and Middlesbrough are also among the front runners. Boro boss Bryan Robson is as well placed as anyone to meet United's asking price, plus Sheringham's 15,000-a-week wages, and has made it clear he wants an experienced figure to add height and presence to his lightweight attack. But Robson may have to be at his most persuasive to convince the 32-year-old that his United days are at an end. Sheringham strutted into Old Trafford with an air of self-assurance which must have filled Ferguson with optimism after Eric Cantona's shock abdication. He scored nine League goals in 28 starts compared with Solskjaer's six in 15. But the promise remains unfulfilled. United faltered badly towards the end of their first post-Cantona campaign and ended up with nothing. Sheringham felt the disappointment as keenly as anyone after admitting that the main motivation for joining United was the prospect of winning something at last. But sentiment has never played a part in Ferguson's thinking. He was in no hurry to dispense with Solskjaer but could see the sound commercial logic in accepting 5.5m for a squad player who cost just over 1m a couple of years ago. However, Solskjaer scuppered the deal by declaring that he wanted to stay despite the increasingly daunting fight for a first-team place. Something still had to give after the fortune which went into making Yorke the club's most expensive signing and Stam the world's costliest defender and the manager quickly settled on Sheringham.
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Subject: Edwards: Ole Deal CLOSED (Mirror) WE WON'T SELL OUR STARS TO PAY FOR DWIGHT STEVE MILLAR Martin Edwards last night pledged that there would be no big sell-off to replenish Manchester United's transfer kitty. The Old Trafford chairman has sanctioned 37million of spending in the last 12 months. Henning Berg and Teddy Sheringham were brought in for 9m last summer. Now United have made 10.75m Jaap Stam the world's costliest defender, and recruited Dwight Yorke for 12.6m and Jesper Blomqvist for 4.5m. But on the eve of United's Champions' League clash with LKS Lodz in Poland, Edwards said that he won't show stars the door in an attempt to claw back some of the money. The case of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer proves his point. United agreed a 5.5m price with Tottenham. But when the Norwegian striker told boss Alex Ferguson that he wanted to stay the deal was immediately called off. Edwards said: "We are not trying to cash in just because we have spent something close to 37m in just over a year. "We are not exactly desperate for finance despite the manager's new investments in the squad this summer. Certainly there's no policy to sell one or two players to get some of that cash back. "The situation is that we have a number of top players who might not get into this team on a regular basis because of the pressure on places. "If that happens these individuals might not want to hang around. So if we get a reasonable offer for anyone then it will be put to the player for him to decide his future. "That's what we did with Solskjaer. We agreed a deal with Spurs and that was satisfactory to the club. But when we put it to Ole he decided that he wanted to stay and fight for his place. We were happy with that situation and at that point we closed down on the transfer. "Maybe in six months time Ole or anyone else who is not getting into the team might not want to stick around any longer. That would make the situation different again." Tottenham chairman Alan Sugar had hoped to get the Solskjaer deal back on by tomorrow. He had planned talks with the United hitman and his representatives in London. But now those moves have been finally killed off by Edwards. Not all the new signings have been an instant hit - but United old hand Peter Schmeichel has called on the critics to give the new-boys a break. Schmeichel, who played for so long behind the rock solid defensive partnership of Gary Pallister and Steve Bruce, is angry at the stick handed out to new centre-back Stam. "Look, this guy is at a different level," said Schmeichel, welcoming the Dutchman back after a thigh injury. "He's taken stick but that's something you have got to get used to if you are a player in this country. Ask me again about Stam around Christmas time when he's played a few games. "I think it's unfair to pass any comment now on whether he's better than the centre-backs who went before him. "He's new to the club. And he's the most expensive defender in the world, which is going to add some pressure. But from what I have seen so far he's looking really good. I know some people who follow his old club PSV Eindhoven and they say that last season he was unbelievable. "Henning Berg and Ronny Johnsen played exceptionally well at West Ham. They were fantastic. Now Jaap is back it shows just how intense the competition is. And we can all benefit from that. The gaffer has added to the squad but it's difficult to say whether we have a stronger one than we did four months ago." Jan Tomaszewski, the keeper who broke English hearts in 1973 when the Poles denied them a World Cup place, claims that Lodz are scared stiff of United. He said: "In Manchester they were so frightened, even if they were under orders to go forward they simply couldn't. Their legs were trembling."
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Date: Tue, 25 Aug 1998 08:27:58 +0200 From: Robert Gaunt Subject: LIFE'S ALL DWIGHT FOR YORKE (365) 'After This Move, I Think My Smile Will Be A Permanent Fixture' Says New United Star DWIGHT YORKE will approach life at Old Trafford in exactly the same way as he handled things at Aston Villa - with a smile on his face. The 12.6m striker is determined not to let the pressure of the record fee, or of being the man charged with the responsibility of scoring the goals to take the title back to Manchester, spoil his enjoyment of the game he loves. He was wearing the biggest smile of his life when he finally put pen to paper on a five-year contract last week and ended the long-running saga of his on-off transfer to United. And now he is finally a Red Devil, he intends to enjoy every minute of it. "If I thought I couldn't handle the pressure, the last place I would have come to is Manchester United, " he said. "In many ways it's unfair for a player to be subjected to such pressure because he has absolutely nothing to do with the transfer fee. That is between the two clubs. But inevitably it's the player who has to deal with it. But even though I know everyone will scrutinise every move I make, they won't wipe this smile of my face." But while he and Alex Ferguson were all grins, there was rising resentment in the Midlands at the way the Trinidad & Tobago international was able to walk away from Villa with two years of his contract remaining. The fans feel he should have shown more loyalty to the club which gave him his big chance, but he hopes they will understand his reasons for leaving. He said: "It disappoints me that some of them have been so hostile towards me. I always gave 110 per cent for the club and nine years is a long time in a player's career. I just hope they understand why I moved. They have to ask themselves if they would have done the same in my situation. I can understand the way some people feel about the move. But if they are unhappy with me I will have to live with it. You have to make choices in life and sometimes those choices may not meet with the approval of everyone. People have opinions and I respect that." Yorke joined United in time to be eligible for the early rounds in the Champions League, although he is not available to play against LKS Lodz tonight. He admits that the lure of top European football helped him make up his mind to move to Old Trafford. "I can't deny it helped," he added. "I know that playing for Trinidad and Tobago will never allow me the opportunity to play at the highest level in the game. The Champions League is the next best thing, it's the only real chance I have of playing against the world's top players. "But more than that it was about Manchester United. The club, the reputation, the fans. Everything about this move is right. I have a reputation for smiling, you should play with a smile on your face. But after this move I think it will be a permanent fixture on my face."
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Subject: ***WEEKLY STATMAIL*** ISSUE 2: 25th Aug 1998 WEEKLY STATMAIL ISSUE 2: 25th Aug 1998 *** RESULTS AND ATTENDANCES ON 22/23/24 08/98 *** Charlton Athletic 5-0 Southampton 16,488 Chelsea 1-1 Newcastle United 34,795 Derby County 0-0 Wimbledon 25,747 Leicester City 2-0 Everton 21,037 Liverpool 0-0 Arsenal 44,429 Nottingham Forest 1-0 Coventry City 22,546 Tottenham Hotspur 0-3 Sheffield Wednesday 32,129 West Ham United 0-0 Manchester United 26,039 Aston Villa 3-1 Middlesbrough 29,559 Leeds United 1-0 Blackburn Rovers 30,652 *** LEAGUE TABLE AS AT 24/08/1998 *** Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts --------------------------------------------------------- 1 Charlton Athletic 2 1 1 0 5 0 5 4 2 Aston Villa 2 1 1 0 3 1 2 4 3 Leicester City 2 1 1 0 4 2 2 4 4 Wimbledon 2 1 1 0 3 1 2 4 5 Arsenal 2 1 1 0 2 1 1 4 6 Leeds United 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 4 7 Liverpool 2 1 1 0 2 1 1 4 8 West Ham United 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 4 9 Sheffield Wednesday 2 1 0 1 3 1 2 3 10 Coventry City 2 1 0 1 2 2 0 3 11 Nottingham Forest 2 1 0 1 2 2 0 3 12 Derby County 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 13 Manchester United 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 2 14 Newcastle United 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 15 Blackburn Rovers 2 0 1 1 0 1 -1 1 16 Chelsea 2 0 1 1 2 3 -1 1 17 Everton 2 0 1 1 0 2 -2 1 18 Middlesbrough 2 0 1 1 1 3 -2 1 19 Tottenham Hotspur 2 0 0 2 1 6 -5 0 20 Southampton 2 0 0 2 1 7 -6 0 *** ATTENDANCE TABLE AS AT 24/08/1998 *** Manchester United @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 55,052 Liverpool @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 44,429 Everton @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 40,112 Arsenal @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 38,064 Newcastle United @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 36,719 Chelsea @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 34,795 Middlesbrough @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 34,162 Tottenham Hotspur @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 32,129 Leeds United @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 30,652 Sheffield Wednesday @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 30,236 Aston Villa @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 29,559 West Ham United @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 26,039 Derby County @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 25,747 Blackburn Rovers @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 24,007 Coventry City @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 23,042 Wimbledon @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 23,031 Nottingham Forest @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 22,546 Leicester City @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 21,037 Charlton Athletic @@@@@@@@@@@@ 16,488 Southampton @@@@@@@@@@@ 15,202 *** TEAM RESULTS - MANCHESTER UNITED - AS AT 22/08/1998 *** Date Opposition Score Pos. Attend. -------------------------------------------------------------------- 15/08/98 Leicester City Home D 2-2 11 55,052 22/08/98 West Ham United Away D 0-0 11 26,039 *** TEAM RESULTS SUMMARY - MANCHESTER UNITED - AS AT 22/08/1998 *** P Won Drawn Lost For Against Points ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Home 1 0 (0%) 1 (100%) 0 (0%) 2 (2.0) 2 (2.0) 1 (1.0) Away 1 0 (0%) 1 (100%) 0 (0%) 0 (0.0) 0 (0.0) 1 (1.0) Total 2 0 (0%) 2 (100%) 0 (0%) 2 (1.0) 2 (1.0) 2 (1.0) Averages per game in (brackets) League position: 11th *** FIXTURES ON 29/08/98 *** Arsenal v Charlton Athletic Blackburn Rovers v Leicester City Coventry City v West Ham United Everton v Tottenham Hotspur Middlesbrough v Derby County Sheffield Wednesday v Aston Villa Southampton v Nottingham Forest Wimbledon v Leeds United *** FIXTURES ON 30/08/98 *** Newcastle United v Liverpool Produced by: E-mail: statmail@iname.com ICQ UIN: 4358182 Homepage: http://www.graphite.demon.co.uk/
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