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Man U is on a roll. Even when they seem to suck they win. They are primed to win this years premiership.
Liverpool lost again-- sheesh!!! and they got new owners.
although i am a Man Utd fan, i will think that they will have have a hard time getting the cup. if Chelsea continues there form like they had in the match between Middlesbrough. But if Chelsea lose there nxt game, which will be against the gunners., they will have a lesser chance of getting the title.
i always liked it when there was a chase for the leadership. If chelsea slips once it may signal the end for their title ambitions. And if Man U does-- there will still be a minimum of 3 points separating the two. that is what i am expecting to happen.
it is soo exciitng as compared to those years when Man U romped to title after title. I just wish chelsea gives Man U a run for their money.
who doesnt want to win the prem.
Apparently barcelona and real madrid could be prepared to pay more than 47million pound for cristiano ronaldo. Meanwhile cristiano ronaldo has issued united with an ultimantum; make me the best paid player in the world or I'm off.
source: the sun newspaper 13th february 2007
havent heard that news yet
Barça defeated Racing Santander. 2-0
both scored by Ronaldinho
wow-- i guess this is the best time for him to make his move. When he is gradually getting there.
Way to go Ronaldo (not the big one )
British soccer is full of sellouts
Beckam, this shit, God.. I rue the day that U.S. soccer has the most exciting and talked about FOOTBALL team in the world..
This happened already. Yeah-- think i already said something of the sort above.
Although i am just hoping that Liverpool's fortunes changes.
Europe XI are going to play Man Utd on march 13 for 50th anniversary of United's first competitive European fixture as well as the founding of the Common Market.
ANOTHER bit of news-- another American has bought an English club-- Leicester. What is happening to English football?
football is getting taken over by the american's
Hmm!! but Americans dont particularly care too much about football.
Business- and Money-- thats it!!!!
I don't think it is a problem. As long as they do not interfere with the football aspect of things, it doesn't matter if they do not care about football. At the moment all the american owners are leave footballing aspects to the manager for example the Glazers or most recently the two liverpool owners. I definitely do not see a problem here in fact, i see clubs gaining from all this again good example is liverpool. Now they have 150million pound to spend next season and not to forget they will be getting a new stadium.