WEEKLY "RED"SURVEY: Vote Here  Instant reply!

World Wide Mailing List Archive     Complete NEWS Archive

Click for hundreds of  RED Websites / Swap shop / Meet other United Fans and more!

Html Match Today Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri


Text: Fixtures Today Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri HotNews

E-mail: barry@www.red11.org   Updated Daily 
Compiled by
Barry J. Leeming    Digest Prgram by  William McArthur  Canada
Theatre Of Dreams  Banner's  by Sam Hayward   Download the digest program here!
The Devil's Advocate "REDitorial" commentary by Alex Paylor  "RED sky at night UNITED delight!"

The Dennis Viollet Fund

www.red11.org DAILY NEWS
Date: Sun Jun 06 02:08:57 EDT 1999
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

This Issue:
1. United unconcerned by Bosnich arrest 
2. England 0-0 Sweden - Scholes sent off
3. Fowler's the shock target for Ferguson???


*        WE'VE DONE THE TREBLE !!!!!!!!      *
*                                            *
*       1999 PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS        *
*                     &                      *
*         1999 F.A. CUP CHAMPIONS            *
*                     &                      *
*         1999 EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS          *

************* ALL 1999 EC FINAL PICS ***************



*************** ALL 1999 FA CUP PICS ***************



www.red11.org CHAMPIONSHIP Sound Archive x 5  ENJOY!!!!

SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL  Mp3  "REDS Going to Barcelona"  3megs 
Download here: 
 + Players thoughts before the cup final: 134k   2mins

Latest on Bosnich + Goals available also

THANKS to Derek here are the real audios running at http://www.red11.org

If anyone has other Barcelona commentary versions esp GMR or Picc
please mail them to barrylee@post3.tele.dk & I will make them available on the web.
Other TV stations also welcome.

http://www.red11.org/mufc/sound/99/990601_bosnich.rm   1m 10s  76k  
  Latest On Bosnich

http://www.red11.org/mufc/sound/99/petervbosnich.rm    1m 39s  108k     
  Comparison of Peter v Bosnich

(Real audio files archived at http://www.red11.org/mufc/sound/99)

Listen to the European Cup final GOALS!
Radio 5 live:
 http://www.red11.org/mufc/sound/99/sheringham_cl99.rm  26k
  http://www.red11.org/mufc/sound/99/solskjaer_cl99.rm  39k

Danish TV!
 http://www.red11.org/mufc/sound/99/solskjaer_dk.rm    108k 
  http://www.red11.org/mufc/sound/99/sheringham_dk.rm   76k


Bill's Daily Comment:

If you haven't already voted for your player of the year,
VOTE NOW: http://www.red11.org/miva/survey.mv

Ask the MasterFan:


CONGRATS to REDS ALL over the world.

Subject: United unconcerned by Bosnich arrest Manchester United have distanced themselves from the controversy surrounding goalkeeper Mark Bosnich's arrest on Thursday night just hours before he tied the knot. Bosnich, who signed a pre-contractual agreement with the Treble winners earlier this week, was arrested after an alleged incident at a Birmingham nightspot. The Australian international was not charged with any offence, and although Manchester United refused to make a comment over their 'keeper's arrest, it is understood that the incident will not have prevented his Bosman-style free transfer to United taking place.
CONGRATS to REDS ALL over the world.

Subject: England 0-0 Sweden - Scholes sent off Paul Scholes became the first England player to be sent off at Wembley as England's realistic chance of automatic qualification for Euro 2000 crumbled away. The Manchester United midfielder was given his marching orders early in the second half for a second bookable offence. But in truth it was the third bad challenge he had made after getting away with a horror tackle in the first minute of the game. The three tackles followed his three goals in England's last qualifier in coach Kevin Keegan's first game in charge against Poland. The score itself gives Sweden a massive lead in the group and leaves England to battle with Poland for second place and a probable play-off for the right to play in next year's tournament. Silence A minute's silence was held before the start following the recent death of 1966 World Cup winner Sir Alf Ramsey although it was less than immaculately observed. The game began in fiery circumstances with Swede Hakan Mild's match ended by a violent challenge from Scholes. He was fortunate not to be booked at this early stage, for a tackle which left Mild nursing a nasty-looking gash on his thigh. The first real chance came in the 26th minute, when Sweden's Henrik Larsson headed wide after Fredrik Ljungberg's left wing cross found the Celtic striker unmarked. Two minutes later Scholes received the booking he had deserved to get earlier in the half, a card which already meant he would miss the next qualifier in Bulgaria on Wednesday. After half an hour Sweden started to turn up the pressure, with a succession of dangerous set pieces, but they could not break through despite some nervous England defending. Martin Keown was replaced by Rio Ferdinand during the half after the Arsenal defender pulled up with a hamstring injury. And Alan Shearer wasted England's best chance of the half three minutes into injury time, when he blasted over after Scholes' neat lay off from a David Beckham cross. Gray replaces Le Saux The home side would have been pleased to have reached the break level after seeing the visitors dominate the game. Keegan brought on Sunderland's Michael Gray for his second cap at half-time in place of Le Saux. But after 51 minutes Scholes was dismissed for a knee-high challenge on Stefan Schwarz, and the home side's plans were in disarray. Schwarz himself had been yellow carded two minutes before the Scholes dismissal for a foul on Beckham. David Batty did not take long to join him in the book as he stood on Schwarz's ankle long after the ball had gone. Despite their numerical advantage Sweden were clearly happy to soak up what little pressure England could manage, knowing that a draw would leave them in command of the group. With 20 minutes to go Keegan told Robbie Fowler to strip off, but just as he was about to come on, Beckham pulled up injured and Ray Parlour became England's third substitution. And despite England's greater need it was the visitors rather than the hosts who threatened to win the match in the closing stages. David Seaman reacted superbly to turn a free kick from Arsenal clubmate Fredrik Ljungberg on to the woodwork. A Sweden goal would not have been unfair to Keegan's side, who looked a beaten team well before they were booed off the Wembley pitch. England: Seaman, Neville, Le Saux, Sherwood, Keown, Campbell, Beckham, Batty, Shearer, Cole, Scholes. Subs: Gray, Ferdinand, Redknapp, Parlour, Sheringham, Fowler, Walker. Sweden: Hedman, Nilsson, P. Andersson, Bjorklund, Kaamark, Schwarz, Mild, Mjallby, Ljungberg, Larsson, K. Andersson. Subs: Lucic, Sundgren, Alexandersson, D. Andersson, Svensson, Osmanovski, Kihlstedt. Referee: Jose Garcia-Aranda (Spain)
CONGRATS to REDS ALL over the world.

Subject: Fowler's the shock target for Ferguson??? By Joe Melling Sunday, June 6, 1999 Manchester United are ready to launch an audacious raid to sign 12million-rated Robbie Fowler in a transfer that will send shockwaves through European football. United and Arsenal, the top two clubs in English football, believe the 24-year-old striker will be prised away from Liverpool this summer. Arsenal have made the early running in the race for the England international but United manager Alex Ferguson wants to add even greater strength to the all-conquering squad he led to the Treble this season. Ferguson recognises the massive demands that will be placed on his players next season, in particular with the European Champions League being extended to potentially a 17-match campaign. United chairman Martin Edwards said: 'There will be no repetition of the 28m we spent last summer but there are funds available and it's up to Alex to come to us with the names of players he wants to sign.' Persuading Liverpool to sell any player to their arch-rivals would be a momentous coup, but Anfield manager Gerard Houllier has embarked on a massive rebuilding plan this summer. His latest target is Derby County striker Paulo Wanchope, who is available at 4m. He has been earmarked as a cut-price alternative to Leicester's Emile Heskey, who would cost at least twice as much. Houllier's recent rebuttal of transfer speculation surrounding Fowler included a significant loophole. The manager said: 'Robbie is not for sale. He seems happy with us. Unless he comes to me and says he wants to leave that situation will remain.'
CONGRATS to REDS ALL over the world.

Pic Link today is http://www.red11.org/mufc/images/99/ecfinal/

To receive this Daily News by email each day:

Subscribe / Unsubscribe

by WWW:

- OR -

By E-mail
List-Unsubscribe: MufcDailyNews-unsubscribe@ONElist.com

Other RED Mail Lists:
"MUFC + Premier STATS" after matches:
Subscribe/Unsubscribe e-mail to:
Mufcstats-subscribe@onelist.com - Subscribe's to the list
Mufcstats-unsubscribe@onelist.com - Unsubscribe

"REDitorial Mail List"
Subscribe/Unsubscribe e-mail to:
red_devils_advocate-subscribe@onelist.com - Subscribe's to the list
- Unsubscribe

To debate ALL subjects about Manchester United Football Club we at Simplenet recommend:
The "RED-DEVILS MAIL LIST" all subscription requests to: <RedDevils-subscribe@onelist.com >

Write the command: sub mufc (your_name)

Webmaster e-mail: barry@www.red11.org

Singalong Calypso available here: mp3

          If ever they are playing in your town
          You must get to that football ground
          Take a lesson come to see
          Football taught by Matt Busby
          Manchester, Manchester United
          A bunch of bouncing Busby Babes
          They deserve to be knighted

"RED HOT" News-wire NOW!
Manchester United FC:
Theatre Of Dreams Website Index:
Results News WhosWho Archive Pics Statistics Reserves Squad
Trophy's History Munich Webring Editorial Guestbook + Read

AlexFerguson Beckham Berg Blomqvist Butt Clegg Cruyff Cole Giggs Irwin Johnsen Keane
May NevilleG NevilleP Schmeichel Scholes Sheringham Solskjaer Stam Yorke

Fast Search this Website www.red11.org:

Search narrow-org-thissite.gif(356 bytes)narrow-org-theweb.gif(352 bytes)