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Date: Wed 03 Nov 1999 24:22 GMT
1. United win Group D ! ««
2. UNITED THROUGH AS TOP SEEDS
3. Manchester United 2 Sturm Graz 1
4. Ask the StatMan - Has United lost 5-0 to Liverpool since 1990 ?0
5. UNITED UK TV Info for this week Fri Nov5 EUROSPORT 11-12.45 CL Draw live
6. BECKHAM HAS WORLD AT HIS FEET
7. THE YORKSTER!!! - by Nick Oldham http://www.red11.org/yorke
MANCHESTER UNITED DAILY NEWS Wed 3rd Nov 1999:
What I describe as a [slight] demolition of Graz
was a particularly fine result today. Keane out of this world.
We are going all the way again!? The draw is on Friday
teams we cannot meet include Barce Lazio Rosenborg.
Friday Nov 5 EUROSPORT
11.00-12.45 Champions League Draw live
WEB NEWS - www.redissue.co.uk !NEW!
Manchester United FC Champions League Squad List
1 Mark John Bosnich 2 Gary Alexander Neville 3 Dennis Joseph Irwin
4 David May 6 Jakob Stam 7 David Robert J Beckham
8 Nicholas Butt 9 Andrew Alex. Cole 10 Edward Sheringham
11 Ryan Joseph Giggs 12 Philip Neville 14 Johan Jordi Cruyff
15 Lars Jesper Blomqvist 16 Roy Keane 17 Raimond RJH Van der Gouw
18 Paul Scholes 19 Dwight Yorke 20 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
21 Henning Berg 23 Michael Jamie Clegg 25 José Quinton Fortune
26 Massimo Taibi 31 Nicholas James Culkin 33 Mark Antony Wilson
34 Jonathan Greening
FINAL Group D P W D L F A PTS
Manchester United FC 6 4 1 1 9 4 13
Olympique de Marseille 6 3 1 2 10 8 10
SK Sturm Graz 6 2 0 4 5 12 6
NK Croatia Zagreb 6 1 2 3 7 7 5
Real Audio - Last weeks Daily News Sound Archive:
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Brian Kidd Press conference, pic, real audio
Peter Schmeichel's last Season at United!
*** RESULTS AND ATTENDANCES ON 31/10/99 ***
Coventry City 4-0 Watford 21,700
Sunderland 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur 41,904
*** CONDENSED LEAGUE TABLE AS AT 31/10/99 ***
Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Leeds United 13 9 2 2 26 16 10 29
2 Manchester United 13 8 3 2 31 19 12 27
3 Sunderland 13 8 3 2 23 11 12 27
4 Arsenal 13 8 2 3 20 12 8 26
5 Leicester City 13 7 2 4 23 17 6 23
6 Middlesbrough 13 7 0 6 18 17 1 21
7 Tottenham Hotspur 12 6 2 4 21 17 4 20
8 Chelsea 11 6 1 4 18 10 8 19
9 Everton 13 5 3 5 22 20 2 18
10 Liverpool 12 5 3 4 13 11 2 18
11 Aston Villa 13 5 3 5 13 15 -2 18
12 West Ham United 12 5 2 5 12 11 1 17
13 Coventry City 13 4 4 5 20 15 5 16
14 Southampton 12 3 4 5 19 23 -4 13
15 Wimbledon 13 2 7 4 19 27 -8 13
16 Derby County 13 3 3 7 13 22 -9 12
17 Newcastle United 13 3 2 8 23 27 -4 11
18 Bradford City 11 3 2 6 9 17 -8 11
19 Watford 13 3 0 10 8 22 -14 9
20 Sheffield Wednesday 13 1 2 10 8 30 -22 5
02-NOV-1999 [19:45] Manchester Utd. vs Sturm Graz (UEFA Champions League, HOME)
06-NOV-1999 [15:00] Manchester Utd. vs Leicester C (FA Premier League, HOME)
20-NOV-1999 [15:00] Manchester Utd. vs Derby C (FA Premier League, AWAY)
*** TEAM RESULTS - MANCHESTER UNITED -
UNITED Stats v All teams:
ALL FIXTURES at: http://www.red11.org/mufc/fix992000.htm
First Team Fixtures 1999/2000
All dates/times subject to change
Dates of possible cup ties also shown
Date Opposition Score Pos. Attend.
15/07/99 Melbourne Australia pre-season W 2-0 - 60,000
18/07/99 Sydney Australia pre-season W 1-0 - 78,000
21/07/99 Shanghai Shenhua pre-season W 2-0 - 80,000
24/07/99 Hong Kong South China pre-season W 2-0 - 40,000
1/08/99 Arsenal Wembley Charity Shield L 1-2 - 70,185
3/08/99 Omagh Town Omagh Bomb Fund W 9-0 - 7,000
4/08/99 Wigan Athletic friendly W 2-0 - 15,000
08/08/99 Everton Away PL D 1-1 10 39,141
11/08/99 Sheffield Wednesday Home PL W 4-0 3 54,941
14/08/99 Leeds United Home PL W 2-0 1 55,187
22/08/99 Arsenal Away PL W 2-1 1 38,147
25/08/99 Coventry City Away PL W 2-1 1 22,024
27/08/99 Monaco - Lazio ESC L 0-1 - 15,223
30/08/99 Newcastle United Home W 5-1 1 55,190
11/09/99 Liverpool Away W 3-2 1 44,929
14/09/99 Croatia Zagreb Home EC D 0-0 - 53,250
18/09/99 Wimbledon Home D 1-1 1 55,189
22/09/99 Sturm Graz Away EC W 3-0 - 16,480
25/09/99 Southampton Home D 3-3 1 55,249
29/09/99 Marseille Home EC W 2-1 - 54,276
3/10/99 Chelsea Away PL L 0-5 2 34,909
11/10/99 Sir Alex Testimonial Home F L 2-4 LEGENDS 54,842
13/10/99 Aston Villa Away WC3 L 0-3 - 33,815
16/10/99 Watford Home PL W 4-1 2 55,188
19/10/99 Marseille Away EC L 0-1 - 57,745
23/10/99 Tottenham Hotspur Away L 1-3 3 36,072
27/10/99 Croatia Zagreb Away EC W 2-1 - ?
30/10/99 Aston Villa Home W 3-0 2 55,211
2/11/99 Sturm Graz Home EC W 2-1 - ?
6/11/99 Leicester City Home PL 15.00
20/11/99 Derby County Away PL 15.00
24/11/99 ? EC
pp 27/11/99 ? Sheffield Wednesday Away PL *No new date yet
30/11/99 Tokyo Palmeiras WCC 20.00
4/12/99 Everton Home PL 15.00
8/12/99 ? EC
18/12/99 West Ham United Away PL 15.00
26/12/99 Bradford City Home PL 15.00
28/12/99 Sunderland Away PL 20.00 "live on sky"
3/01/2000 Middlesborough Home PL 20.00
JAN 05-14 Brazil WTC [3-4 games]
06/01/2000 Necaxa (Mexico) Neut WTC 16.00
08/01/2000 Vasco da Gama (Brazil) Away WTC 16.00
11/01/2000 South Melbourne (Australia) N WTC 16.00
22/01/2000 Arsenal Home PL 15.00
5/02/2000 Coventry City Home PL 15.00
12/02/2000 Newcastle United Away PL 15.00
26/02/2000 Wimbledon Away PL 15.00
1/03/2000 ? EC
4/03/2000 Liverpool Home PL 15.00
8/03/2000 ? EC
11/03/2000 Derby County Home PL 15.00
15/03/2000 ? EC
18/03/2000 Leicester City Away PL 15.00
22/03/2000 ? EC
25/03/2000 Bradford City Away PL 15.00
1/04/2000 West Ham United Home PL 15.00
5/04/2000 ? EC qf i
8/04/2000 Middlesborough Away PL 15.00
15/04/2000 Sunderland Home PL 15.00
19/04/2000 ? EC qf ii
22/04/2000 Southampton Away PL 15.00
24/04/2000 Chelsea Home PL 15.00
29/04/2000 West Ham United Away PL 15.00
3/05/2000 ? EC sf i
6/05/2000 Tottenham Hotspur Home PL 15.00
10/05/2000 ? EC sf ii
14/05/2000 Aston Villa Away PL 15.00
24/05/2000 ? EC Final
United win Group D ! ««
Goals from Ole Solskjaer and Roy Keane helped United to a 2-1 win over
Sturm Graz tonight, a win that means they top Group D.
Winning the group, with Marseille drawing 2-2 with Zagreb, means that Alex
Ferguson's men will be seeded for the second phase draw on Friday.
In a pretty even first half, United were given a scare in the early stages,
when Sturm Graz hit the woodwork.
A short corner caught out the United backline in the first few minutes, and
Vastic saw his effort strike Mark Bosnich's upright.
Vastic then went close again when he broke through on the United goal, but
a combination of Bosnich and May denied the striker.
As the game wore on United came morew and more into it, and two headers
went close to breaking down the visitors defence.
First Gary Neville's cross was headed just over by Ryan Giggs, and then
David May's header from Keane's cross flashed across the goal.
Andy Cole was unlucky in front of goal aswell, when he poked a shot wide
from close range and soon after had a shot cleared off the line.
The goalkeeper dropped a cross from Neville in his own six yard area, Cole
spun and shot towards goal but Strafner cleared from the goaline.
Before the break the Austrians were denied by the post again, this time it
was Schopp who went close, and Vastic failed to convert the rebound.
Half time 0-0.
United broke the deadlock after 56 minutes, and it was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
who popped up with another important goal.
A corner was headed out to the edge of the area, and their was the
Norwegian to smash home a left footed volley.
It was two to United on 56 minutes thanks to the skipper Roy Keane, when he
followed up a rebound after David May's header hit the bar.
The Republic of Ireland international was first to the ball off the
woodwork, to hit home a right foot volley past Schicklgruber.
It was an uncomfortable last five minutes for United as Sturm Graz powered
forward in search of a late comeback, and the visitors did pull one back
with three minutes remaining.
Giggs bundled down Vastic in the area, and the striker got up to beat Mark
Bosnich from the spot, but United held on for the points
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UNITED THROUGH AS TOP SEEDS
Man Utd 2-1 Sturm Graz
By Harry Pratt
More like a practice match this one; nowhere near capacity at Old Trafford,
nothing like the normal first team line-up for United and chances galore
for the strikers and midfielders.
Of course, they needed to win this final game to ensure a favourable
seeding position in the draw for the second stage of their Champions League
defence but United were already through and for much the evening it looked
They should have wrapped the points up by half-time such was their
superiority in the opening period. Yet they were unable to find the back of
the net with Andy Cole and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer most unlucky not to do so.
And yet, having failed to do the business at one end, they nearly came
unstuck at the other. For the Austrians Sturm Graz, winners in their last
two Champions League outings although losers against United in the second
game of the Group D stages, came mighty close to scoring - twice!
The first time by fortune, the second time by pure skill. Vastic, their
leading scorer with three League hat-tricks - including four at the weekend
- struck a cross in the third minute that was so weak it almost caught Mark
Bosnich off guard as it trickled againmst the outside of the post.
What a contrast 28 minutes later when a sweeping move led to Tomislav
Kocijan receiving and chesting down a fine backward header, and slamming a
half-volley off the underside of the bar.
United had been warned. Yet they must have felt a touch of injustice as
they went into an ear-bashing from the manager at the break. Cole, the
England outcast, had come close in the fifth minute when he stabbed David
May's header wide and then had a goalbound low drive, following a flap by
the Sturm keeper, cleared off the line.
His Norwegian partner Solskjaer fared no better ten minutes beofre the
break. Cole turned creator swinging in a fine cross which Solskjaer planted
towards the top corner with great intent. The header, though, had a tad too
much and, agonisingly, flew inches too high.
The interval must have been painful for the Reds. In the tunnel, Fergie
said: "I think you'll see a different second half." His anger at the
lacklustre display from the majority was obvious.
It did the trick with Unite breaking through 11 minutes after the re-start.
Solskjaer, having wasted a wonderful pass from Cole moments earlier, made
no mistake as he rifled a swerving, left-foot drive inside the post. A true
blockbuser from last May's double-goal hero in the Nou Camp.
And only 14 minutes later it was 2-0 and United were assured of top spot.
Again it followed a corner and a Henning Berg header that rocketed back off
the bar straight to the United skipper Roy Keane. Just as he had in Zagreb
last week, Keane cracked the ball home with interest to notch his sixth
goal of the season.
If Cole was getting frustrated at not being able to equal the European
goals record of none other than Denis Law, his team-mates were somewhat
relieved to be walking off at the conclusion with three points secured.
They had to endure a tense final ten minutes after Ryan Giggs was judged to
have brought down Vastic in the 85th minute and the victim stepped up to
convert past Bosnich. The Aussie keeper, now firmly installed as the No 1
at Old Trafford, underlined why seconds later with a brilliant full-length
Man Utd: Bosnich, G. Neville, Berg, May, Irwin, Greening, Keane, Wilson,
Giggs, Solskjaer, Cole. Subs: Van Der Gouw, Stam, P. Neville, Cruyff,
Yorke, Clegg, Higginbottom.
SK Sturm Graz: Schicklgruber, Strafner, Neukirchner, Prilasnig, Schopp,
Mahlich, Angibeaud, Minavand, Martens, Vastic, Kocijan. Subs: Sidorczuk,
Bochtler, Reinmayer, Bardel, Szabics, Grobl.
Referee: Rune Pederson (Norway)
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Manchester United 2 Sturm Graz 1
By Paul Walker, PA Sport
Manchester United clinched top spot in Group D and assured themselves of
being seeded for the next stage of their defence of their European crown.
Even at a canter, United were far too good for the Austrians, and second
half goals from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and skipper Roy Keane completed a
convincing victory, despite a late penalty from Ivica Vastic.
United had lacked the urgency to turn a string of early chances into goals.
They made seven changes from the side that beat Aston Villa on Saturday,
Gary Neville and David May making their returns after long-term injuries
while youngsters Mark Wilson and Jonathan Greening also came in.
Henning Berg was also in at the back, and Solskjaer took over from Dwight
Yorke up front while David Beckham and Paul Scholes were serving
suspensions in a virtually meaningless game.
But the key components were not there for United - Beckham, Yorke, Scholes
and Jaap Stam - and the engine room was chugging rather than purring.
Sturm Graz almost shocked the champions after two minutes when Vastic's
cross from a short corner smacked against the outside of a post, and the
striker had two more chances in quick succession.
First he was put in by Tomislav Kocijan for a shot that soared over the
bar, and then when he chased a high ball into the box he was met by an
unconvincing flying leap from Mark Bosnich to clear the danger.
But it was United who put together the more clear-cut openings. Ryan Giggs,
Keane and Solskjaer combined for an opening that saw Roman Mahlich clear in
the six-yard box as Andy Cole raced in.
Then Giggs, Greening and Neville put together a sweeping move that ended
with Giggs heading over the top.
Cole was next to see chances go begging. He volleyed wide after May nodded
down a Keane pass, and then when goalkeeper Josef Schicklgruber dropped the
ball Cole saw a shot kicked off the line by Gerard Strafner - straight back
into the arms of the grounded goalkeeper.
But the Austrians rattled woodwork again after 19 minutes when Kocijan saw
a fierce shot crash against the crossbar.
It was anything but a cagey Euro-style game.
Chances were coming and going at either end with increasing regularity.
Cole created a great chance for Solskjaer after 21 minutes, but the
unmarked Norwegian guided his close-range header over the top.
Cole then profited from some industrious harassing by Giggs, collected the
ball on the edge of the box and fired in a low shot that Schicklgruber
saved at the second attempt.
Greening's cross dropped dangerously eight yards out, and the Austrian
goalkeeper had to dive at Cole's feet to force the ball away on 32 minutes.
But the Austrians were more than capable of hitting back, and Markus Schopp
surged through from 40 yards out to finally drill a low shot from the edge
of the area just wide of the far post.
HT Manchester United 0 Sturm Graz 0
The Austrians were still looking bright in the second half, and Roman
Mahlich got away from Wilson and May, but delayed his shot and the chance
was snuffed out.
Schopp then had a surging run and shot that flashed wide of a post, before
United replaced Wilson with Phil Neville.
Solskjaer, though, was the man to finally break the deadlock. The ball
broke to him after 55 minutes just inside the box, and he volleyed a fierce
left-footer into the bottom corner to give United the lead.
Jordi Cruyff came on for Greening after 65 minutes, and soon after Keane
finished off the Austrians.
Giggs' corner from the right was headed against the bar by May, and Keane
was quickest to react by belting the rebound low into the net to score for
the third successive match.
Cole missed another glittering chance created by Keane's tackle and Giggs
curling cross from the left, but the striker managed to slide the ball wide
after 76 minutes.
Youngster Danny Higginbotham had come on for Denis Irwin a minute earlier.
Graz pulled a goal back from the penalty spot after 86 minutes after Giggs
had pulled back Vastic, who scored from the spot himself.
Bosnich needed to make two good saves from Imre Szabics to protect the lead
before the final whistle.
FT Man Utd 2 Sturm Graz 1
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Ask the StatMan - Has United lost 5-0 to Liverpool since 1990 0
Submitted by: Bjorn Koch
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm having a bet with a friend.
Has United lost 5-0 to Liverpool since 1990 ?
The answer is no! These are the last 10 League meetings home and away:
Mar 1990 United 1 (Whelan og 80) LIVERPOOL 2 (Barnes 15,54)
Sep 1990 LIVERPOOL 4 (Beardsley 11,31,82 Barnes 44) United 0
Feb 1991 United 1 (Bruce pen 26) Liverpool 1 (Speedie 39)
Oct 1991 United 0 Liverpool 0
Apr 1992 LIVERPOOL 2 (Rush 12 Walters 87) United 0
Oct 1992 United 2 (Hughes 79,89) Liverpool 2 (Hutchison 23 Rush 44)
Mar 1993 Liverpool 1 (Rush 50) UNITED 2 (Hughes 42 McClair 56)
Jan 1994 Liverpool 3 (Clough 25,38 Ruddock 79) United 3 (Bruce 9 Giggs 20 Irwin 24)
Mar 1994 UNITED 1 (Ince 36) Liverpool 0
Sep 1994 UNITED 2 (Kanchelskis 73 McClair 74) Liverpool 0
Mar 1995 LIVERPOOL 2 (Redknapp 25 Bruce og 86) United 0
Oct 1995 United 2 (Butt 2 Cantona pen 71) Liverpool 2 (Fowler 35,53)
Dec 1995 LIVERPOOL 2 (Fowler 45,87) United 0
Oct 1996 UNITED 1 (Beckham 23) Liverpool 0
Apr 1997 Liverpool 1 (Barnes 19) UNITED 3 (Pallister 13,42 Cole 63)
Dec 1997 Liverpool 1 (Fowler pen 60) UNITED 3 (Cole 51,74 Beckham 70)
Apr 1998 United 1 (Johnsen 12) Liverpool 1 (Owen 36)
Sep 1998 UNITED 2 (Irwin pen 19 Scholes 80) Liverpool 0
May 1999 Liverpool 2 (Redknapp pen 70 Ince 89) United 2 (Yorke 22 Irwin pen 57)
Sep 1999 Liverpool 2 (Hypia 23 Berger 68) UNITED 3 (Carragher ogs 3,44 Cole 18)
Old Trafford: Played 10 United Won 4 Drawn 5 Lost 1 For 13 Against 8
Anfield: Played 10 United Won 4 Drawn 2 Lost 4 For 16 Against 20
Total: Played 20 United Won 8 Drawn 7 Lost 5 For 29 Against 28
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UNITED UK TV Info for this week Fri Nov5 EUROSPORT 11-12.45 CL Draw live
UK United-related programmes only listed. Subject to change at the whim
of the broadcasters.
Wednesday Nov 3
SKY SPORTS 3
15.00-15.30 Brian Moore interviews...John Connelly
Friday Nov 5
11.00-12.45 Champions League Draw live
SKY SPORTS 3
14.00-15.30 Bobby Charltons Football Scrapbook:
Manchester United in the Seventies
ONDIGITAL CHANNEL 99
21.55-23.35 UNITED v Sturm Graz rerun
Paul Hinson (email@example.com)
MUTV Masterfan Champion 1999
Ask the STATMAN at: http://www.red11.org/statman.htm
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BECKHAM HAS WORLD AT HIS FEET
By Harry Harris of The Mirror Sport
David Beckham is gathering votes at such a rate from coaches that he is
rapidly sweeping ahead in the contest to become World Footballer of the Year.
Beckham would become British football's first world winner if he eventually
finishes the race ahead of the brilliant Brazilian Rivaldo.
Ironically, Manchester United chairman Martin Edwards vetoed Sir Alex
Ferguson's attempt to bring Rivaldo to Old Trafford from Barcelona.
Now Rivaldo is regarded as the only player to stop Beckham being voted the
best in the world.
But Beckham's credentials are, in fact, more impressive than Rivaldo's,
even though the Brazilian is currently seen as the world's No1 footballer.
While Rivaldo and Barcelona flopped in the Champions League, Beckham was
one of the United's all-conquering stars.
Manchester United won the Treble and, as winners of the Champions League,
have qualified for the inaugural World Club Championships in Brazil, where
they will be favourites.
In an otherwise non-vintage year there has been little for Rivaldo to
achieve on the international scene other than to star in the Copa America
But Beckham is England's big hope for qualification for Euro 2000 as Kevin
Keegan announces his squad on Thursday for the play-off with Scotland.
And Becks' wife might also swing a few votes!
While Brazilian football is favoured throughout the Third World nations
within the FIFA family, Beckham has attracted more column inches of
publicity worldwide with his relationship with Victoria Adams.
Posh Spice has raised Beckham's profile all over the globe.
Beckham is also currently in a rich vein of form, with John Gregory
describing him as the best passer of the ball in the country after he
destroyed Gregory's Aston Villa at the weekend.
Although Ferguson will rotate his team for tonight's Champions League tie
against Sturm Graz as United are already through, Beckham emerged ahead of
Roy Keane, Dwight Yorke and Peter Schmeichel as the most charismatic force
within Old Trafford during the campaign that culminated in such a dramatic
finale against Bayern Munich last season. No English players has come close
to becoming World Footballer of the Year and following in the footsteps of
Diego Maradona, Ruud Gullit, Ronaldo and the current holder, Zinedine Zidane.
Alan Shearer came third to George Weah and Ronaldo three years ago, but he
was far behind in the votes for the coveted individual award.
It would be an extraordinary feat for Beckham, who has not even figured in
the domestic individual awards, where David Ginola won both the PFA Player
of the Year and Football Writers' Footballer of the Year accolades.
But it would have enormous ramifications for the 24-year-old Beckham.
Overnight he would be pursued by all the wealthiest clubs in Italy and Spain.
His current £20million transfer value would soar to £30m, and he would be
able to command a £100,000-a-week salary. It would make it harder for
Ferguson to keep Beckham at Old Trafford long-term.
BECKHAM v RIVALDO: WHO IS WORLD'S No1?
BECKHAM: The Manchester United ace could thread the eye of a needle with
one of his defence-splitting passes. Simply the best passer in the English
4 RIVALDO: The Brazilian magician has a brilliant range of short and long
passes. Rarely fails to find his target.4/5
5 BECKHAM'S boomerangs are feared throughout European football. His crosses
are often as good as a goal. Quite simply the best in the world. Rating 5/5
3 RIVALDO rarely ventures wide for Barcelona or Brazil and does not get much
practice in this department. Rating 3/5
4 BECKHAM is very accurate but perhaps does not get as many goals as he
should do for Manchester United or England. 4/5
4 RIVALDO is not an out-and-out striker but there are few keepers who would
fancy facing one of his curling thunderbolts.4/5
4 BECKHAM: Is probably the most talented English player. He has got a great
touch, superb individual ability and a great repertoire of tricks. Rating 4/5
5 RIVALDO: The Brazilian wins hands down in this department. His skill levels
are the reason why many make him the best player in the world. 5/5
2 This category is BECKHAM'S great failing. He loses his cool when the going
gets tough. Who can forget his sending off in France "98? 2/5
3 RIVALDO has a typical hot-headed Latin temperament and can blow a fuse when
under pressure. Rating 3/5
Final score 19 Beckham 19 Rivaldo
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