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Date: Sat Mar 06 00:02:55 GMT+00:00 1999
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

This Issue:
1. Fergie Vows To Carry On
2. favourites to win the European Cup by William Hill.
3. Stam emerging as warrior in United crusade 
4. Manchester United v Chelsea points of interest 
5. Ferguson drafting glorious chapter- Telegraph
6. Team changes for Sunday
7. Baby Celebrations For Posh Spice And Beckham


Daily RED Trivia  Saturday 6th March 1999:

6/3/1926: United win 2-1 at Fulham in the FA Cup 6th Round with goal from Tom
     Smith and Frank McPherson. The attendance was 28,699. Team was: Mew,
     Moore, Silcock, McCrae, Barson, Mann, Spence, Smith, McPherson, Rennox,

1949: Martin Buchan born in Aberdeen. Buchan joined United from Aberdeen for
 £125,000 and made his debut at Tottenham Hotspur in March.1972. A stylish
 defender who skippered United in the FA Cup finals of 1976, 1977 and 1979,
 and won a Second Division Championship medal in 1975. 455 appearances and 
 4 goals between 1972-1983. 34 caps for Scotland. He joined Oldham Athletic
 in August 1983.


Barry Daily Comment:
Build upo for sunday we have Jaap Stam out suspended Ronny Johnsen is injured.
Reserves such as Wes Brown and Henning Berg will come in, not bad eh?

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Previous News:
 Brian Kidd Press conference, pic, real audio
Peter Schmeichel's last Season at United!

Next games: 
ALL Result/Fixture Index:

7  Chelsea      (H) 14.00 FAC6 *SKY SPORTS* LIVE* + DkTV1 Scand. 
10 Liverpool    (A) 19.45 PL (moved due to FAC)
13 Newcastle    (A) 15.00 PL
17 Inter Milan  (A) ECL "Quarter Final" 2nd leg 19.45
21 Everton      (H) 15.00 PL

UNITED Stats v All teams:

*** LEAGUE TABLE AS AT 03/03/99 ***

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L   F   A   GD  Pts
 1  Manchester United    28  16   9   3  63  29   34   57
 2  Chelsea              27  14  11   2  41  22   19   53
 3  Arsenal              27  13  11   3  35  13   22   50
 4  Leeds United         27  12   9   6  41  26   15   45
 5  Aston Villa          27  12   8   7  38  31    7   44
 6  Wimbledon            27  10  10   7  32  37   -5   40
 7  West Ham United      27  11   7   9  31  38   -7   40
 8  Liverpool            27  11   6  10  50  34   16   39
 9  Derby County         27   9  11   7  26  25    1   38
10  Tottenham Hotspur    27   8  12   7  33  32    1   36
11  Sheffield Wednesday  27  10   5  12  35  27    8   35
12  Newcastle United     27   9   8  10  35  36   -1   35
13  Middlesbrough        27   7  12   8  34  39   -5   33
14  Leicester City       26   7   9  10  26  36  -10   30
15  Everton              27   6  10  11  20  29   -9   28
16  Charlton Athletic    27   6   9  12  31  37   -6   27
17  Coventry City        27   7   6  14  28  38  -10   27
18  Blackburn Rovers     27   6   8  13  27  38  -11   26
19  Southampton          27   6   5  16  26  53  -27   23
20  Nottingham Forest    27   3   8  16  22  54  -32   17


Date        Opposition                        Score   Pos.   Attend.
15/08/98    Leicester City           Home     D  2-2    11    55,052
22/08/98    West Ham United          Away     D  0-0    11    26,039
09/09/98    Charlton Athletic        Home     W  4-1     9    55,147
12/09/98    Coventry City            Home     W  2-0     5    55,193
20/09/98    Arsenal                  Away     L  0-3    10    38,142
24/09/98    Liverpool                Home     W  2-0     3    55,181
03/10/98    Southampton              Away     W  3-0     2    15,251
17/10/98    Wimbledon                Home     W  5-1     2    55,265
24/10/98    Derby County             Away     D  1-1     2    30,867
31/10/98    Everton                  Away     W  4-1     2    40,079
08/11/98    Newcastle United         Home     D  0-0     3    55,174
14/11/98    Blackburn Rovers         Home     W  3-2     2    55,198
21/11/98    Sheffield Wednesday      Away     L  1-3     2    39,475
29/11/98    Leeds United             Home     W  3-2     2    55,172
05/12/98    Aston Villa              Away     D  1-1     2    39,241
12/12/98    Tottenham Hotspur        Away     D  2-2     1    36,079
16/12/98    Chelsea                  Home     D  1-1     2    55,159
19/12/98    Middlesbrough            Home     L  2-3     3    55,152
26/12/98    Nottingham Forest        Home     W  3-0     3    55,216
29/12/98    Chelsea                  Away     D  0-0     3    34,741
10/01/99    West Ham United          Home     W  4-1     3    55,180
16/01/99    Leicester City           Away     W  6-2     2    22,091
31/01/99    Charlton Athletic        Away     W  1-0     1    20,043
03/02/99    Derby County             Home     W  1-0     1    55,174
06/02/99    Nottingham Forest        Away     W  8-1     1    30,025
17/02/99    Arsenal                  Home     D  1-1     1    55,171
20/02/99    Coventry City            Away     W  1-0     1    22,596
27/02/99    Southampton              Home     W  2-1     1    55,316

This weeks fixtures:

                  Arsenal  v  Derby County
                 Barnsley  v  Tottenham Hotspur

        Manchester United  v  Chelsea
         Newcastle United  v  Everton

Premier League

*** FIXTURES Today ***
       Coventry City  v  Charlton Athletic
         Southampton  v  West Ham United
           Wimbledon  v  Leicester City

Champions League:
Group D         P  W  D  L  F  A   Pts
Bayern Munich   6  3  2  1  9  6  11   
Man United      6  2  4  0 20 11  10
Barcelona       6  2  2  2 11  9   8    
Brondby         6  1  0  5  4 18   3   

Dec  9 Brøndby         0-2  Barcelona
Dec  9 Man Utd         1-1  Bayern Munich


 Manchester Utd  2 v 0  Inter Milan
 Real Madrid     1 v 1  Dynamo Kiev
 Juventus        2 v 1  Olympiakos
 Bayern Munich   2 v 0  Kaiserslautern

return Ties to be played on March 17


Beckham swaps shirts [click pic for match reports]

Subject: Fergie Vows To Carry On Alex Ferguson has confirmed he will not retire at the end of the season - even if he does achieve his ambition of winning the Champions' League. The European trophy is the one piece of silverware that has so far escaped Ferguson during his glittering reign as Old Trafford boss and some reports suggested he might step down and go out at the top, should United succeed this year. But the Scot said: "I think life is about working as long as you can. If you are enjoying it why finish? "What do you do when it is all over anyway? All of a sudden you wake up the next morning and say 'That's me finished'."
Beckham swaps shirts [click pic for match reports]

Subject: 9-4 favourites to win the European Cup by William Hill. Friday 05 March 1999 BECKHAM TAKES MUM AT HER WORD United Star Makes Up With Simeone After Listening To Mother, Plus: Kinnear Comfortable in Hospital, Stone Ready To Quit Forest And Villa Pull The Plug On Stubbs Deal DAVID BECKHAM took his mother Sandra's advice to smooth his relationship with Diego Simeone. The England international swapped shirts with Argentinian Simeone, who admitted 'faking' a fall to get Beckham sent off in the World Cup, after Manchester United's 2-0 victory over Inter Milan in the Champions League. But Beckham's father, Ted, revealed that a tongue-in-cheek comment had sparked his son's decision. ''I keep all of the shirts David collects and I originally said that I wanted either Roberto Baggio's or Djorkaeff's. Then his mum said: 'Why not Simeone's?''' said Ted. ''I laughed and I think she said it as a joke. But when we went round to David's apartment his mum mentioned it and David said that wasn't a bad idea. David played really well and we were very pleased for him. He was up for the game and he rose above what happened in the summer. He did the right thing in swapping shirts with Simeone.'' Now Beckham's father believes that after Simeone's confession ahead of last night's match at Old Trafford, the tide of popular opinion will turn in his son's favour. But he insists that does not mean David will get away with the usual stick aimed at United players. ''At the end of the day David gets a lot of stick because of who he plays for,'' said Mr Beckham. ''To be fair, David has come out of it all very well. I think he has started to turn people on his side again. As far as we're concerned, it was finished at the start of the season.'' But Ted Beckham believes the whole team deserves credit for their performance against the Italian giants. And he added that his son had nothing to prove in the second leg at the San Siro Stadium in a fortnight: ''David hasn't got anything to prove to anybody. We were pleased with the way he conducted himself. He set up the two goals with two great crosses. We're just pleased with the outcome for everybody involved. I am just hoping for the same result in Italy. I thought the team were brilliant. It wasn't all about David - it was about the team. And all the team were superb. Jaap Stam was brilliant again, as was Dwight Yorke.'' RYAN GIGGS is nursing a broken nose after a clash with Inter Milan's Javier Zanetti during Wednesday night's match at Old Trafford. The Argentine international accidentally caught the Manchester United star in the face with his elbow as they challenged for the ball. Millions of television viewers saw blood streaming from the Welshman's face and he has also suffered a black eye. He said: ''I slid in for a tackle in the last ten minutes and Zanetti just caught me with his elbow, but it was accidental to be fair.'' The injury will not keep Giggs out of Sunday's FA Cup quarter-final against Chelsea, although it has made him the butt of his teammates jokes. ''I have been called Brucie because of Steve Bruce's bust nose and I've been called every name you can think of by them today,'' he said. ROY KEANE has put his contract talks on hold as United chase their treble dream. The Reds' captain had been due to have preliminary negotiations with the club over a new long-term deal. But the two sides have not been able to sit down yet, and Keane has revealed discussions will not start until the end of the season. United are pushing for honours in the Champions League, Premiership and FA Cup, and the Republic of Ireland international does not want anything to get in the way of their pursuit of glory. Keane's current deal does not expire until the end of next season, and he is happy to wait for talks to start in the summer. ''The way things stand it will be the summer before we get the chance to talk because of the way the matches are coming up thick and fast,'' he said. ''I would rather concentrate on playing for the team than worry about my contract. Hopefully we have two months in the summer to sort it out. It's not a priority at the minute - the priority is winning matches.'' FOLLOWING their first leg victory over Inter, United have been made 9-4 favourites to win the European Cup by William Hill. Hill also offer 3-1 Juventus, 10-3 Bayern Munich, 11-2 Dynamo Kiev, 8-1 Real Madrid, 12-1 Inter Milan, 25-1 Olympiakos, 66-1 Kaiserslautern.
Beckham swaps shirts [click pic for match reports]

Subject: Stam emerging as warrior in United crusade David Lacey on a growing Dutch influence Friday March 5, 1999 For Manchester United on Wednesday night the nought was as important as the crosses. The further United progress in the Champions League the more crucial will the efficiency of their defenders become. United's 2-0 defeat of Internazionale at Old Trafford in the opening leg of their Champions League quarter-final has given Alex Ferguson's team a wonderful chance of reaching the last four for the second time in three seasons. A late goal for Inter, when Peter Schmeichel was making stretching saves and Henning Berg clearing the ball off the line, and the tie would be more delicately poised. As it is, United will surely need to reproduce in the San Siro the quality of defending which for large parts of Wednesday's match reiterated the importance of Ronaldo to Inter's attack. The continued absence of the Brazilian because of a knee injury deprived them of the sort of pace up front which would have made the evening rather less comfortable for Jaap Stam and the rest of the United defence. That said, Stam's consistency at centre-back is increasingly underwriting United's successes both at home and abroad. While hardly a steal from PSV Eindhoven last summer at £10.75 million, the Dutchman has allayed early doubts about lack of pace and vulnerability in the air to emerge as the commanding figure in Ferguson's back four. Foreign defenders often need time to adapt to the greater intensity of English football. Now that Stam is acclimatised, his powers of anticipation, his strength in the tackle and his imaginative use of the ball have given United's play an added dimension. Stam, like Bobby Moore, can be taken on for speed by quicker opponents but shares the former England captain's knack of avoiding the sort of situations where he might be beaten on the turn. Stam's quality will again be needed in Milan if United are to beat Italian opposition over two legs for the first time in European competition. Without wishing to detract from United's performance, there is no denying that Inter defended with an ineptness rarely associated with the upper reaches of Italian football. The centres from David Beckham which reached the alert head of Dwight Yorke in the sixth and 45th minutes confirmed Beckham's status as one of the best crossers of the ball in the modern game but Yorke's task was made easier by the absence of challenges from Inter's central defenders. In the return leg United will be looking to Roy Keane and probably Nicky Butt to break up Inter's movements before they develop the sort of flow which would leave the defence at the mercy of Roberto Baggio's cleverly flighted, shrewdly angled passes and the ability of Youri Djorkaeff and Diego Simeone to beat the offside trap. The way Rivaldo exploited gaps in Ferguson's midfield when United shared a 3-3 draw in Barcelona last November should not be forgotten. That was the night Schmeichel combined some outstanding reflex saves with an uncharacteristic sluggishness in leaving his goalline and getting off the ground. Against Inter the speed of reaction which saw the United goalkeeper stick out a hand to block a close-range diving header from Zamorano suggested that Schmeichel was himself again, although he seldom had to deal with the sort of crosses and set-pieces which had found him wanting at Nou Camp. At this stage talk of United winning the European Cup a second time is beguiling but irrelevant. Had Ryan Giggs not put a free header wide and goalbound shots from Andy Cole not been saved by Gianluca Pagliuca and blocked by Aron Winter they might well have repeated the 4-0 victory over Porto in 1997 which produced a euphoria eventually dispelled by Borussia Dortmund in the semi-finals. This time everyone will be a little wiser. Thirty-four years ago Liverpool took a 3-1 lead over Inter in the European Cup semi-finals to the San Siro and were beaten 3-0 amid dark accusations of bribery and corruption. The present United team are more experienced in the ways of Europe than that Liverpool side but will need to keep their wits about them all the same.
Beckham swaps shirts [click pic for match reports]

Subject: Manchester United v Chelsea points of interest MANCHESTER, England, March 5 (Reuters) - Points of interest relating to the F.A. Cup quarter-final between Manchester United and Chelsea at Old Trafford on Sunday: -- Chelsea came close to becoming the first and only side ever to play at home in an F.A. Cup Final in 1920. Chelsea reached the semifinal where they lost 3-1 to Aston Villa. The venue for the final that year was Stamford Bridge. In the event Aston Villa went on to beat Huddersfield 1-0. -- Peter Osgood of Chelsea in 1970 is the last player to score a goal in every round of the F.A. Cup. -- Mark Hughes, who played for both clubs, is the only man this century to have won the F.A. Cup four times. He was a winner in 1985, 1990 and 1994 with Manchester United and in 1997 with Chelsea. He is now at Southampton. -- Chelsea's Graeme Le Saux and United's Norwegian defender Henning Berg were team mates in Blackburn's 1995 Premier League winning side. -- Manchester United are bidding to beat Chelsea in the F.A. Cup for the fourth time in six seasons following their 4-0 victory in the 1994 F.A. Cup Final, their 2-1 win in the semifinal in 1996 and their 5-3 win in the third round in 1998. -- Manchester United and Chelsea have met eight times in the F.A. Cup with United winning seven times and Chelsea once, in 1950. United's first victory came in the 1907-08 season with the other wins coming in 1962-63, 1978-79, 1987-88, 1993-94, 1995-96 and 1997-98. -- Unusually they played both their league matches against each other in a 13-day period in December, drawing 1-1 at Old Trafford on December 16 and 0-0 at Chelsea on December 29. -- After winning the league for the only time in their history in 1955, Chelsea were "persuaded" by the English Football Association not to enter the following season's European Cup. United won the League in 1956, ignored the F.A.'s instruction not to play in the European Cup and became England's first European representatives in September 1956. -- When Chelsea beat Leeds United to win the F.A. Cup in 1970 after extra time in a replay at Old Trafford, they led for only 16 of the 240 minutes of playing time. Leeds led twice in the first match at Wembley which ended in a 2-2 draw then took the lead for the third time in the tie in the first half of the replay. Chelsea took the lead for the only time when David Webb scored with a header 16 minutes from the end of extra time and Chelsea hung on to win 2-1. -- Chelsea won the Cup at Old Trafford in 1970 and are one of the few clubs to traditionally do well against United there. Since 1966 Chelsea have lost only two of 23 league games there, being beaten in 1987 and 1993. -- Roberto Di Matteo's 43-second goal in the 1997 F.A. Cup Final against Middlesbrough was the fastest goal in the final since it moved to Wembley in 1923. The fastest-ever Cup final goal was scored by Aston Villa after approximately 30 seconds in the 1895 final against West Bromwich Albion.
Beckham swaps shirts [click pic for match reports]

Subject: Ferguson drafting glorious chapter- Telegraph ALEX Ferguson is working on a heavyweight autobiography that ought to get literary critics purring behind their half-rim specs. The chapter on this season alone could end up being thicker than War and Peace. So far the Manchester United manager has spent £10 million on a defender, been annexed by Rupert Murdoch, lost Brian Kidd to Blackburn and been asked whether he would care to reincarnate himself as an Englishman and take Glenn Hoddle's old job. History seems to gather around some people. There is about as much chance of Ferguson ditching his Govan brogue for estuary English as there is of Robbie Fowler wearing a frock at a Gay Pride march. Old Trafford, not Lancaster Gate, is the stage that best reflects Ferguson's craving for success. It would be just like him to win the European Cup in a testimonial year that will reward him with something approaching a fairer return for transforming United into a billion-dollar corporation. Simply Red, who will kick-off a night of tribute to United's glorious leader this summer, were the only band who could have provided the right soundtrack. The name itself describes Ferguson to his bones. Wednesday night's 2-0 victory over Inter Milan was a triumph for a decade of hard labour but also a spectacular summer financial flourish that left the club's bulging accounts £27 million lighter. The money lavished on Jaap Stam, Dwight Yorke and even Jesper Blomqvist might be about to buy Ferguson's admission to the European coaching hall of fame. A place alongside his beloved Sir Matt Busby awaits. Plenty of saloon bar smirking accompanied the arrival of Ferguson's Dutch defender, Stam, who puts you in mind of Magwitch, the escaped convict in Dickens's Great Expectations, and has now defused the memory of his disappointing World Cup to become a commanding presence on the turf once occupied by Steve Bruce and Gary Pallister. With his physique and cold stare he would frighten a rottweiler (canine or Fleet Street). With his pace and enthusiasm he has developed into the kind of stopper that a price tag of more than £10 million says he really ought to be. For Inter at the San Siro, the route to goal runs dauntingly through Roy Keane, Stam and a revitalised Peter Schmeichel, who is not drowning but waving again, which is particularly fortuitous for Stam. This season above all others Ferguson has walked a psychological high-wire. In late autumn he had to smash up a bit of mental crockery as his players succumbed to a worrying sequence of defeats and draws. When Kidd finally escaped the shadow of a man he still refers to as "the gaffer", Ferguson took trouble to smother the popular notion that he would be become a lost soul, bereft of somebody to talk to, and overwhelmed by an inhuman workload. The BSkyB takeover saga he handled with considerable skill and cunning. In his office at the training ground he said recently: "It doesn't matter to me who own the club. My job is to do one thing: win trophies." Stability is a dynamic force. It is one of the elements propelling United towards a potentially historic encounter in Barcelona's Nou Camp stadium on May 26. Inter, Juventus and Real Madrid, all faltering giants, must be deeply envious of United's evolutionary approach. Juve, who conceded a 90th-minute away goal against Olympiakos, are eighth in Serie A and have lost their Cincinnati kid, the Paul Newman lookalike, Marcello Lippi (Ferguson could have had that job as well). Real Madrid, trailing Barcelona at home, sacked their coach a week before the quarter-finals and drew only 40,000 fans to the Bernabeu for an unpromising 1-1 draw with Kiev. United's two most formidable potential adversaries are the Dynamos from Kiev and the German league leaders, Bayern Munich, who beat Kaiserslautern 2-0 and really ought to be the bookmakers' favourites. Ferguson - racehorse owner and gambler - has slapped his money on an attacking formula that has left many of United's more highly-strung supporters looking as if they have just stepped off Space Mountain at Disneyland. Trembling hands and queasy looks abounded as United's fans headed off into a rainy Manchester night. This simply reflects the nature of the side Ferguson has built. They perform best at a high jazz tempo with David Beckham and Ryan Giggs pinning the opposition's wide defenders back. Most United players probably think catenaccio, the Italian defensive padlock, is a designer label in Rome or Milan. Every year we ruminate on whether Ferguson has created his ultimate masterwork. Four League championships and three FA Cups have already entitled him to a few encores from Simply Red. But in a year when United, the plc, moved further than ever away from the club's Busbyesque traditions, there is a real chance that Ferguson will reconnect Old Trafford with the glories of Best, Law and Charlton. That chapter begs to be written.
Beckham swaps shirts [click pic for match reports]

Subject: Team changes for Sunday Team (from): Schmeichel, G Neville, Berg, Brown, Irwin, Beckham, Keane, Scholes, Giggs, Cole, Yorke, Solskjaer, P Neville, Butt, Blomqvist, Curtis, van der Gouw. UNITED FORCED INTO CHANGES Suspension and injury force Manchester United into changes for Sunday's FA Cup showdown with Chelsea as the Premiership's top two fight to keep their chance of a treble alive. Teenager Wes Brown takes over from the suspended Jaap Stam as the Dutch star serves a one-match ban, and Alex Ferguson has ruled out Ronny Johnsen who picked up a groin strain during Wednesday's win over Inter Milan. With Ryan Giggs seeing a specialist today after breaking his nose during the Champions' League victory and David Beckham taking a day off following the birth of his son last night, United will not be able to try out Sunday's starting line-up until tomorrow's training session. Ferguson seems certain to play reserve central defender Brown alongside Henning Berg, with Gary Neville remaining at right-back. Brown has played in 17 first-team games this season after stepping into the senior squad last year but has normally played at right-back, although he is a central defender.
Beckham swaps shirts [click pic for match reports]

Subject: Baby Celebrations For Posh Spice And Beckham From the Press Association Friday March 5, 1999 5:40 am Spice Girl Victoria Adams and her soccer-star fiance David Beckham are celebrating the birth of their first child. Posh Spice gave birth to a baby boy at a central London hospital - the second Spice baby in less than a fortnight. The proud parents have called the baby, who arrived at 7.28pm, Brooklyn Joseph Beckham. The couple had gone to the private Portland Hospital for Women and Children. An overwhelmed Mr Beckham announced the news to reporters outside the hospital shortly afterwards, saying that Brooklyn weighed 7lb and he and his mother were "very well". Victoria, 24, toasted her son's arrival with champagne after relaying the good news to fellow Spice Girls Mel B, Mel C and Baby Spice. The Spice Girls' manager, Alan Edwards, speaking outside the hospital entrance, said: "Victoria spoke to them all afterwards. They are all thrilled." Beckham said: "Victoria is very well. She is sitting up drinking champagne and has spoken to the other girls. "It is something I have always wanted, it is something I have always wanted to do." The birth came 13 days after fellow Spice Girl Mel B gave birth at the same hospital to daughter Phoenix Chi on February 19. A spokeswoman for the band said the couple had chosen the name Brooklyn because Victoria discovered she was pregnant while in New York on a Spice Girls tour. Joseph is Beckham's middle name, and also the name of one of his grandfathers, she added.
Beckham swaps shirts [click pic for match reports]

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