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Old February 1, 2007, 02:33 PM
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Manchester United 4 - 0 Watford
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/6309659.stm

Rooney and Ronaldo are in great form. Larsson scores one more!

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1 Man Utd 25 39 60
2 Chelsea 25 25 54
3 Liverpool 25 22 49
4 Arsenal 24 25 45
5 Bolton 25 2 41
6 Portsmouth 25 10 38
7 Reading 25 3 37
8 Everton 24 8 35
9 Newcastle 25 -2 33
10 Tottenham 24 -3 33
11 Middlesbrough 25 0 31
12 Blackburn 25 -8 31
13 Man City 24 -9 30
14 Aston Villa 25 -4 29
15 Fulham 25 -12 29
16 Sheff Utd 25 -12 27
17 Wigan 24 -16 22
18 West Ham 25 -22 20
19 Charlton 25 -24 20
20 Watford 24 -22 15
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Old February 2, 2007, 09:40 AM
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Rooney's goal was pure class, great pass by Ronaldo.
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Old February 4, 2007, 07:46 PM
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Manchester United 4 - 0 Tottenham
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...em/6305421.stm

United wipes the floor with Spurs. What a goal by Vidic! I'm just amazed by the amount of goals scored by us this season, gd is 43!

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1 Man Utd 26 43 63
2 Chelsea 26 26 57
3 Liverpool 26 22 50
4 Arsenal 25 25 46
5 Bolton 26 3 44
6 Reading 26 5 40
7 Portsmouth 26 9 38
8 Everton 25 8 36
9 Blackburn 26 -7 34
10 Newcastle 26 -3 33
11 Tottenham 25 -7 33
12 Middlesbrough 26 0 32
13 Aston Villa 26 -3 32
14 Fulham 26 -11 32
15 Man City 25 -11 30
16 Sheff Utd 26 -13 27
17 Wigan 25 -15 25
18 West Ham 26 -23 20
19 Charlton 26 -25 20
20 Watford 25 -23 15
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Old March 3, 2007, 02:22 PM
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Manchester United 1 - 0 Liverpool
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foot...em/6392443.stm

Not a great performance granted, we lost Rooney with injury and Schole sent off, but held on to win 3pts. That's six years Loserpool haven't beaten us in premiership in their own territory.

Reasons why we deserve to win the title (from BBC board):

We have SCORED THE MOST GOALS - FACT
We have SCORED 13 MORE AWAY GOALS THAN ANY OTHER TEAM - FACT
We have CONCEDED THE LEAST GOALS - FACT
We have WON THE MOST GAMES - FACT
We have LOST THE LEAST GAMES - FACT
We have TWO PLAYERS IN THE TOP TEN GOAL SCORERS LEAGE - FACT

Let me add:
We have BEAT LOSERPOOL TWICE - FACT
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Old March 3, 2007, 02:25 PM
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03 March 2007 19:12
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1 Man Utd 29 47 72
2 Chelsea 28 31 63
3 Liverpool 29 24 53
4 Arsenal 27 27 52
5 Bolton 28 1 47
6 Everton 29 11 43
7 Reading 29 5 43
8 Portsmouth 29 5 41
9 Tottenham 28 -4 39
10 Newcastle 29 -3 37
11 Blackburn 28 -5 37
12 Middlesbrough 29 -2 36
13 Aston Villa 28 -5 33
14 Fulham 29 -13 33
15 Wigan 29 -14 32
16 Sheff Utd 29 -16 31
17 Man City 27 -13 30
18 Charlton 29 -23 24
19 Watford 29 -25 20
20 West Ham 28 -28 20
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Manchester United 4 - 3 Europe XI


Manchester United beat a Europe XI to celebrate the European Union's 50th anniversary and of the Red Devils' 50 years in European competition.

United were 4-1 up by the interval thanks to a Wayne Rooney double, Wes Brown's close-range finish and Cristiano Ronaldo's stunning free-kick.
Florent Malouda's left-footed shot made it 2-1, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic missed a penalty with United leading 3-1.

El-Hadji Diouf came off the bench to score a header and an impudent penalty.
The match, watched by a 74,343 crowd, raised £1.25m for charity.

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Manchester United 4 - 1 Bolton
Ji-Sung Park and Wayne Rooney each scored twice to keep Manchester United six points clear at the top. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/6437231.stm

So much happiness for one day, don't know where to keep it!


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1 Man Utd 30 50 75
2 Chelsea 30 35 69
3 Arsenal 28 28 55
4 Liverpool 29 24 53
5 Bolton 30 -3 47
6 Tottenham 30 -1 45
7 Reading 30 5 44
8 Everton 29 11 43
9 Portsmouth 30 5 42
10 Blackburn 30 -5 40
11 Newcastle 29 -3 37
12 Middlesbrough 30 -4 36
13 Fulham 30 -13 34
14 Aston Villa 29 -6 33
15 Man City 29 -12 33
16 Wigan 30 -14 33
17 Sheff Utd 30 -19 31
18 Charlton 29 -23 24
19 West Ham 30 -28 23
20 Watford 30 -27 20
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Defiantely a great day to be a Man Utd, Bangladesh and world minnow supporter.
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Ronaldo wants to stay at Man Utd
Cristiano Ronaldo wants to stay at Manchester United for "many years".

The 22-year-old, who has a contract until 2010, has been in fine form for United this season and has repeatedly been linked to Real Madrid.

"It is a good sign to know I have so many clubs interested in me, such as Real Madrid," said the Portugal winger. "It means that I am valued.

"But I am very happy where I am and I hope to stay at Manchester United for many years."

Ronaldo is currently away on international duty with the Portuguese squad ahead of their Euro 2008 qualifier with Serbia on Wednesday.

He continued his brilliant form by scoring twice as his national side beat Belgium 4-0 on Saturday.

Ronaldo has scored 16 Premiership goals this season, with a further two in the FA Cup.

When asked if he was the best player in the world at the moment, he stated: "The United players are by my side - but of course I believe I am one of the best."

United want the player to sign a new deal, which will take him up to 2012.

"I have a good contract, in financial terms, but what really matters to me is to show my best form," added Ronaldo.

- BBC


This is a great news! It's the same player who
had that infamous incident with Rooney, wanted to leave England not long ago and got booed all season. Now he's best buddies with Rooney (if you watch the games), he's matured, his consistent form has lifted United on countless ocassions. In fact he's one of the best players in the world right now. Well done Sir Alex for convincing him to stay.

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Cristiano Ronaldo wants to stay at Manchester United for "many years".
--- great news for any manutd fan
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Man Utd 4-1 Blackburn
Manchester United stormed back from a goal down to brush aside Blackburn.

United central defender Nemanja Vidic was forced off with a broken collarbone and the home side then fell behind when Matt Derbyshire slotted home.

But United dug deep and Paul Scholes slalomed into space and fired in before Michael Carrick sidefooted in.

Park Ji-Sung pounced to add a third and an Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer tap-in completed United's comeback to leave them needing five wins for the title.

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Man Utd beat Roma 7-1 (8-3 on agg)! Great performance by the Reds, some great goals especially Carrick's double.
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Manchester let me have my worse day as a Roma fan...!
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lol, forgot you was from Roma. At least De Rossi scored a nice goal...
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I'm disappointed because we are not a rich club and this time we were hoping for some cup-glory... but the dream ended in a nightmare and there will hardly be another chance... but that's football and almost ever it's the rich clubs who win!
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Today I am SO HAPPY!

Man Utd 7-1 Roma (agg 8-3)

A scintillating display by Manchester United saw them tear Roma apart to reach the Champions League semi-finals.

Michael Carrick curled in United's opener and Alan Smith fired home before Wayne Rooney added their third of the night, finishing off a superb move.
Cristiano Ronaldo fired into the bottom corner and slid home a Ryan Giggs cross before Carrick smashed home a sixth.


Roma replied through Daniele De Rossi before Patrice Evra's low shot rounded off United's amazing 8-3 aggregate win.

There have been many memorable performances at Old Trafford down the years but few can compare to the display Sir Alex Ferguson's men put on here.

The scuffles between fans outside the ground before kick-off were quickly forgotten once the game got underway, with United looking to overturn a 2-1 deficit from the first leg.

Both sides showed attacking intentions in the opening minutes with Roma's Francesco Totti going closest with a fierce shot that fizzed past Edwin van der Sar's right-hand post.

But it was United who grabbed control of the tie with three goals in eight first-half minutes.

Carrick opened the scoring on 11 minutes when he picked up the ball from Ronaldo and bent the ball past a stationary Doni.

Six minutes later it was 2-0 when Gabriel Heinze and Giggs combined before the Welshman flighted a perfect pass into the path of Smith, who finished with aplomb to net his first goal for United since November 2005.

Rooney got in on the act soon after, timing his run superbly to slot home Giggs' low cross after the Italian side had been completely torn apart down the right flank.

A shell-shocked Roma tried to respond and almost pulled a goal back when Philippe Mexes headed a David Pizarro free-kick wide.

But the visitors' attempts to find a way back into the game only succeeded in leaving themselves more vulnerable to United's pacey attack.

Carrick went close when he headed a Giggs corner at Doni but could not react quickly enough when the ball bounced straight back at him.

And Ronaldo did make it 4-0 before half-time with a precise finish into the bottom corner after the Roma defence had made the mistake of inviting him to shoot.

United were quite simply superb, and they did not let up after the break either.

Ronaldo, who was in sublime form, slid home a low Giggs' cross for number five before Carrick's piledriver made it 6-0 on the hour mark.

Roma did get one goal back through De Rossi's neat finish on the turn but the game was long since up for the Italian side.

It was exhibition stuff for Ferguson's side by the end and they got the final word they richly deserved when Evra's low shot beat Doni.

Like United's first six goals it was a fine finish and completed a magnificent victory, their biggest in Europe since they beat Irish side Waterford on their way to winning the 1968 European Cup.

United will take on AC Milan or Bayern Munich in the last four as they look to book their place in this year's final in Athens on 23 May.

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Xavier, I love Italy, I've travelled there, I love your people, food, landscapes, landmarks, history, everything. But I am sorry to say I was very hurt by the way Man Utd fans were indiscriminately beaten by your police during the first-leg match. It had my blood boiling and I was praying that we would THRASH that worthless excuse of a team called Roma.
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wow...7-1 against Roma. Good job.
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Xavier, I love Italy, I've travelled there, I love your people, food, landscapes, landmarks, history, everything. But I am sorry to say I was very hurt by the way Man Utd fans were indiscriminately beaten by your police during the first-leg match. It had my blood boiling and I was praying that we would THRASH that worthless excuse of a team called Roma.
Why do you mix Roma club with the behaviour of the police? You can be sure that 90% of Roma fans hated that violent attack...
if you knew Roma fans you would see that we are as passionate and loyal to our team as you Bangladeshis are about your cricket team.
Yesterday we were trying to live our dream but we suffered a deepest humiliation, stg like how you felt when you lost to Canada in WC2003... we don't deserve that mate, and please don't hate us for the behaviour of the police... we just despise that as you do! Cheers...
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I don't hate your team and I'm not saying your fans had anything to do with it. I am angry at your police, who are supposed to protect people not beat them bloody senseless. I wouldn't want Roma fans to be beaten up when they came to OT, so I wanted Man Utd to seek revenge on the pitch. Justice is served.
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Manchester United 7 - 1 Roma - All the Goals

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I don't hate your team and I'm not saying your fans had anything to do with it. I am angry at your police, who are supposed to protect people not beat them bloody senseless. I wouldn't want Roma fans to be beaten up when they came to OT, so I wanted Man Utd to seek revenge on the pitch. Justice is served.
That's your opinion... but I rest my case: what police did is not stg that Roma (club or fans) are responsible for, it's a matter of social injustice.
But if you wanted a "revenge on the pitch" for it... you just had it, but I would say that it's not someting that violent policemen are caring about, but only us fans... 'bye.
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Don't take it personally mate. If the tables were turned I'm sure you'd feel the same way, and I would feel disgraced.
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Don't take it personally mate. If the tables were turned I'm sure you'd feel the same way, and I would feel disgraced.
That's football (or sports in general), fans can only rejoice or suffer according to circumstances... thist was a nightmarish match for us but now I'm curious about that: yesterday Carrick and Cristiano Ronaldo looked like Maradona and Pelè, scoring amazing goals each time they kicked the ball... I'm really waiting to see if they will keep on playing like that again!
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Ronaldo has been playing like that all season. I think he's the best footballer in the world right now. He plays with spirit, pace and skill, passes accurately, takes brilliant freekicks, creates chances, and of course scores goals. He's ever improving.

Carrick's goals were simply stunning. He's worked very hard this season and proved the skeptics wrong who thought he was overrated and overpaid. He's been a great purchase for us and makes me think we can do without Hargreaves, who Bayern Munich is so reluctant to let go.
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