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Date: Tue Jun 30 06:30:55 GMT+00:00 1998
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Man United 29 Jun 1998
Former Manchester United and England striker Jack Rowley has died, aged 79.
Rowley scored twice in the 4-2 1948 FA Cup final victory over Blackpool and
hit 30 goals for United in the Championship win of 1951/52.
He won six England caps and scored four goals against Northern Ireland in
1949. Later he went on to manage Oldham, Bradford, Wrexham and Dutch side

Keeper Leaves

Port Vale have completed the signing of keeper Kevin Pilkington from
Manchester United on a free transfer.
The 24 year old becomes the first United player to leave under The Bosman

Goalkeeper Kevin Pilkington has joined long-serving Brian McClair as the
second first-team squad regular on the list of players to be released by
Manchester United this summer.
McClair was told last week that his contract was not being renewed after 11
years, and 24-year-old Pilkington is also being freed, after playing four
times in the Premiership and serving as cover for Peter Schmeichel since
making his debut in 1994.
Youngsters Stuart Brightwell, David Brown, Ross Millard and Gavin Naylor
are others leaving United, along with Graeme Tomlinson, signed from
Bradford City in June 1994, and trainees Adam Sadler and Leon Mills.
your editor Barry. 

Not much news today...above headline is a repeat from yesterday

This Issue:
1. Holland - Yugoslavia (result)
2. Re: Jay-Jay Okocha



X-Sender: dale@dpc107.dpc.kfupm.edu.sa Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 00:03:00 +0300 Reply-To: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Terry Dale Subject: Holland - Yugoslavia (result) To: MUFC@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU Holland 2 - 1 Yugoslavia The Dutch were deserved winners but could easily have lost when Mijatovic missed a penalty midway through the second half when the score was 1-1. The penalty had been given away by ... wait for it ... Jaap Stam, who had tugged at someone's shirt. So Jaap has his usual game: 90 minutes of titfer-doffing excellence punctuated by a sudden rush of blood to the head. (You'll recall the headed own goal before the WC began and the last minute blunder that led to Mexico's equaliser.) It's a shame this has to happen as he always seems to play a near-perfect game. Perhaps there are tablets he could take for it. Anyway, Holland now await the winners of the England - Argentina game ... in sunny Tunisia-by-the-sea (Marseille). _________________ Terry Saudi

X-Mailer: Mail User's Shell (7.2.6 beta(2) 2/29/96) Date: Mon, 29 Jun 1998 11:58:23 -0700 Reply-To: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: eric ng Subject: Re: Jay-Jay Okocha To: MUFC@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU from http://soccer.yahoo.com/wc98/news/980629/0899145944-0000008193.html Jay-Jay wants to play in England Nigeria star Jay-Jay Okocha is considering offers to move to Spain - but insists he would really like a shot at the English Premiership. The 24-year-old midfielder currently plays for Turkish side Fenerbahce but his extravagant skills - not to mention his copper-coloured hair - have brought him to the attention of several clubs. Okocha said: "I am thinking over several approaches from clubs in Spain, but what I would love is to play in England. "I like English football and I like the English people - I would like to join a Premiership club." --- soccer.yahoo.com/wc98 or football.yahoo.com/wc98 www.yahoo.co.uk/wc98 (both engineered by fellow reds)

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