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Old November 28, 2006, 12:52 PM
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Fingers crossed Bolton will beat Chelsea like they thrashed Arse!
Yeah, maybe Anelka will score another sweet, sweet goal. Man that was good.
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Old November 29, 2006, 05:57 PM
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MANCHESTER UNITED 3 - 0 EVERTON

Cristiano Ronaldo, Patrice Evra and John O'Shea are on target as Premiership leaders Man Utd beat Everton.

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Old November 30, 2006, 01:56 PM
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Arseanal 1 - 0 FULHAM
It was 2-1 to Fulham, mate. van Persie's goal was class though.

I hope Arsenal get relegated, or at least finish out of the top ten.
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Old November 30, 2006, 06:57 PM
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It was 2-1 to Fulham, mate. van Persie's goal was class though.

I hope Arsenal get relegated, or at least finish out of the top ten.
Don't know why I typed that! Probably confused it with Chelsea's score in excitement. Arse and Loserpool deserve the position they are in this season. This is a perfect lesson for their arrogant fans who said Man Utd would be struggling for 5th place!
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Old December 1, 2006, 11:08 AM
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Man Utd capture Larsson on loan

Larsson will make his Premiership bow at 35

Manchester United will sign veteran striker Henrik Larsson on a three-month loan deal in January.

The 35-year-old former Celtic striker will leave current club Helsingborg on 1 January and will return on 12 March in time for the Swedish season.
Larsson said: "United have been after me before, after the first or second season with Celtic.
"It feels good to come and play for such a big club. I may not start every match, but it feels like a fun thing."

United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is short of options up front, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer injured and Alan Smith still seeking full fitness.

Full story: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...td/6198464.stm
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This is a timely fix in the absense of Solskjaer and Smith, great move by Sir Alex. Larsson may be 35 but he's an experienced player who had an incredible career at Celtic. He knows he's essentially a temporary backup and wouldn't have made this move if he wasn't prepared to uphold his reputation. I wonder why Martin O'Neill or even Mourinho didn't think of it.
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Man Utd 2-1 M'boro

good result, gives us a 6 point gap from chelsea although we have a game in hand...jus hope we can keep this up and keep winning and not hope 4 chelsea too lose...i have a good feeling bout this season..n im thinkin wiping that smirk off morinhos face...
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Old December 2, 2006, 05:22 PM
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Man Utd 2-1 M'boro

good result, gives us a 6 point gap from chelsea although we have a game in hand...jus hope we can keep this up and keep winning and not hope 4 chelsea too lose...i have a good feeling bout this season..n im thinkin wiping that smirk off morinhos face...
It was a good result. The way we came back, straight after Boro scored shows the hunger of this team. I'm confident we will win the Premiership this season.

Bring on Benfica, and the rest of Europe.
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Arsenal helped Man Utd today. In fact Arsenal has an excellent record against big teams this season, beating Man Utd and Pool and drawing with Chelsea away.

This result was very crucial as now Chelsea cant come more than 5 points close to Man Utd even after winning their game in hand.
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Old December 10, 2006, 04:01 PM
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The gap between 1st and 2nd is looking very nice indeed

A bit off topic (actually its not, considering the goalie ), but who else saw Matthew Taylor's goal for Portsmouth on Saturday? Boy, that was some goal...
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Old December 10, 2006, 04:41 PM
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This is a dream result. Even though we are now at least 5 pts ahead, the title race is far from over. We gotta beat Chelsea away and extract some revenge from last season.
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1Man Utd172944
2Chelsea161736
3Portsmouth17928
4Liverpool17828
5Bolton17427
6Arsenal161326
7Reading17-226
8Tottenham17-125
9Aston Villa16424
10Everton17324
11Wigan16-122
12Man City17-620
13Fulham17-1120
14Newcastle16-319
15Middlesbrough17-817
16Blackburn16-716
17Sheff Utd16-916
18West Ham17-1414
19Charlton17-1512
20Watford16-1011
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I m crazy supporter of Man U..
hopw they will b champion..
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YEEESSSSS!!!!
They lost today.
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Old December 18, 2006, 12:33 PM
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dissapointing result, especially with chelsea coming bak against everton, we got a 2 point gap ahead of them now, we need to pick up the winning form again and hope this was jus a one off..
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Old December 18, 2006, 02:27 PM
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Why couldn't they wait one more week before appointing Alan Curbishley? Damn, I wished Alan Pardew was still the manager. Getting a new manager just gave the Hammers a lift. Oh well, we are still top, and its nice to see teams really competing well against Chelsea.
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Old December 27, 2006, 06:36 AM
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Thanks to Reading's draw w/ Chelsea last night we are now 4pts clear.

Man Utd 3 - 1 Wigan
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...em/6200135.stm

Ronaldo is in superb form!


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1Man Utd203350
2Chelsea202046
3Arsenal201936
4Bolton20836
5Portsmouth201235
6Liverpool201234
7Tottenham20-131
8Everton20428
9Reading20-527
10Aston Villa20-125
11Newcastle20-225
12Fulham19-1024
13Man City20-823
14Wigan20-622
15Blackburn19-922
16Middlesbrough20-721
17Sheff Utd20-1120
18West Ham20-1418
19Charlton19-2012
20Watford19-1411
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Old December 27, 2006, 08:59 AM
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also liverpool lost on the same day...a pretty good boxing day all round i must say...
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Chelsea drew again and Man Utd won again, now a six point gap. Tis a nice Eid present for Man Utd fans.
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Tis Indeed!

Ronaldo is on a roll! 6 goals in 3 consecutive matches!

Barclays Premiership Table
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1 Man Utd 21 34 53
2 Chelsea 21 20 47
3 Bolton 21 9 39
4 Liverpool 21 13 37
5 Arsenal 21 18 36
6 Portsmouth 21 11 35
7 Everton 21 7 31
8 Tottenham 21 -2 31
9 Reading 21 -6 27
10 Man City 21 -7 26
11 Fulham 21 -10 26
12 Aston Villa 21 -2 25
13 Newcastle 21 -5 25
14 Blackburn 20 -8 25
15 Sheff Utd 21 -10 23
16 Wigan 20 -6 22
17 Middlesbrough 21 -8 21
18 West Ham 21 -15 18
19 Charlton 21 -19 16
20 Watford 19 -14 11
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Bayern name price for Hargreaves
Bayern Munich will consider selling Owen Hargreaves to Manchester United - but not for less than £20m.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...pe/6234501.stm

That's a lot of money, but nonetheless he's a very hardworking player and once fully recovered he will greatly enhance United's midfield. I think this is a rare opportunity and Hargreaves is worth it. Anyone disagree?
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Bayern name price for Hargreaves
Bayern Munich will consider selling Owen Hargreaves to Manchester United - but not for less than £20m.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...pe/6234501.stm

That's a lot of money, but nonetheless he's a very hardworking player and once fully recovered he will greatly enhance United's midfield. I think this is a rare opportunity and Hargreaves is worth it. Anyone disagree?
Hargreaves is a great player. His performances in the World Cup showed that. But I'm not sure if United will be willing to pay £20m after spending so much on Carrick. However, I'm pretty sure there will be some negotiations going on this month to bring him to Old Trafford.

Looking forward to Larsson's debut today.
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Larsson scores on his debut!
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...up/6239557.stm

Sir Alex says he will make two signings during the transfer window, I'm hoping Hargreaves will be one of them. Perhaps United can trade a player and money together.
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Larsson can stay at United until the end of the season, if he wants.
Man Utd's on-loan striker Henrik Larsson is told by his Swedish club he can stay at Old Trafford until the end of the season.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...td/6240091.stm

That's great, he seems to have blended with the team very quickly. If he continues to produce great performance as he did in his debut, I see no reason why he shouldn't extend his stay.
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Thats good news. It would be great to have Larsson for longer. He was very impressive yesterday. I could see him easily becoming a fans' favourite.
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