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Date: Sat May 08 03:32:13 GMT+00:00 1999
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This Issue:
1. DMC special edition
3. Manchester United face up to "Captain Marvel"
4. Mark Hughes needs a ticket for Barca - Independent


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UNITED/Arse/Chelsea then go to http://www.red11.org/mufc/fix9899.htm

Next Games:
9  Middlesbrough (A)  16.00 PL      Live on Sky Sports UK
12 Blackburn (A)  20.00 PL          Live on Sky Sports UK
16 Tottenham (H)  16.00 PL          Live on Sky Sports UK
22 FAC Final Wembley Newcastle  (N) Live on Sky Sports UK
26 European Cup Final Bayern Munich  Nou Camp 

UNITED Stats v All teams:


             Chelsea   1-0   Leeds United          34,762
      Leicester City   1-2   Derby County          20,535
           Liverpool   2-2   Manchester United     44,702
   Tottenham Hotspur   1-3   Arsenal               36,019


Pos Team                  P   W   D   L   F   A   GD  Pts
 1  Arsenal              36  21  12   3  58  16   42   75
 2  Manchester United    35  20  12   3  77  36   41   72
 3  Chelsea              36  19  14   3  53  27   26   71
 4  Leeds United         36  17  12   7  59  32   27   63
 5  Aston Villa          36  15  10  11  48  41    7   55
 6  West Ham United      36  15   9  12  42  47   -5   54
 7  Liverpool            36  14   9  13  65  48   17   51
 8  Middlesbrough        36  12  15   9  48  49   -1   51
 9  Derby County         36  13  12  11  39  43   -4   51
10  Tottenham Hotspur    36  11  13  12  44  46   -2   46
11  Leicester City       36  11  13  12  38  45   -7   46
12  Newcastle United     36  11  12  13  47  51   -4   45
13  Wimbledon            36  10  12  14  40  58  -18   42
14  Sheffield Wednesday  36  11   7  18  39  42   -3   40
15  Everton              36  10  10  16  36  45   -9   40
16  Coventry City        36  11   7  18  37  49  -12   40
17  Southampton          36   9   8  19  33  64  -31   35
18  Blackburn Rovers     35   7  12  16  36  49  -13   33
19  Charlton Athletic    36   7  12  17  37  52  -15   33
20  Nottingham Forest    36   5   9  22  32  68  -36   24


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
13/03/99    Newcastle United         Away     W  2-1     1    36,500
21/03/99    Everton                  Home     W  3-1     1    55,182
03/04/99    Wimbledon                Away     D  1-1     1    26,121
17/04/99    Sheffield Wednesday      Home     W  3-0     1    55,270
25/04/99    Leeds United             Away     D  1-1     2    40,255
01/05/99    Aston Villa              Home     W  2-1     1    55,189
05/05/99    Liverpool                Away     D  2-2     2    44,702

*** FIXTURES ON 08/05/99 ***
         Aston Villa  v  Charlton Athletic
    Blackburn Rovers  v  Nottingham Forest
        Derby County  v  Coventry City
             Everton  v  West Ham United
      Leicester City  v  Newcastle United
 Sheffield Wednesday  v  Liverpool
           Wimbledon  v  Southampton

*** FIXTURES ON 09/05/99 ***
       Middlesbrough  v  Manchester United


HIGHEST HOME ATTENDANCE: 27/02/99 - Southampton (55,316)
LOWEST HOME ATTENDANCE:  15/08/98 - Leicester City (55,052)
BEST WIN:                06/02/99 - Nottingham Forest (8-1)
HEAVIEST DEFEAT:         20/09/98 - Arsenal (0-3)
BEST HOME WIN:           17/10/98 - Wimbledon (5-1)
HEAVIEST HOME DEFEAT:    19/12/98 - Middlesbrough (2-3)
BEST AWAY WIN:           06/02/99 - Nottingham Forest (8-1)
HEAVIEST AWAY DEFEAT:    20/09/98 - Arsenal (0-3)

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

**DYNAMO KIEV      2 v 0  REAL MADRID         (Agg:3-1)
OLYMPIAKOS         1 v 1  **JUVENTUS          (Agg:2-3)

Semi Finals 
Manchester United v Juventus  4-3agg 1-0 [1-1]
Bayern Munchen v Dynamo Kiev  4-3agg 1-0 [3-3]

Venue Camp Nou (Estadi FC Barcelona), Barcelona, Spain 
Date Wednesday 26 May 1999 Kick-Off 20.45 CET (19.45 GMT) 


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Subject: DMC special edition The Devil May Care 4 - DMC special edition. Well it seems as though some of you out there need cheering up and a more than a little encouragement. Don't you know this is what it's always like supporting United. It's not bland and boring like supporting any other club. Imagine what it must be like supporting Arsenal - bloody boring, that's what. And then ask yourself why you love Manchester United. Ask yourself why we fight so hard for the club, why we love it when everyone else despises us, why we stand up in defiance of others. Ask yourself why so many fought so hard and long to dump the BSkyB bid and save the club's independence. So, why do you support United? Is it because of the aura surrounding the club, the history, the pain and glory? Is it the style of play, the swashbuckling swagger of the men wearing the red shirts, the never say die attitude? Or is it because they win stuff? If it is just the latter, you shouldn't call yourself a supporter at all, because those of us who have followed United through thick and thin, year after year support them because they are Manchester United a very very special football club who don't have to win anything for us to support them. Some want to change the face of football so desperately they would be only too pleased to get rid of the likes of us. Dump us for a fast buck. They've got a fight on their hands and they know it. And who are leading the fight to "SAVE OUR GAME"? Manchester United supporters - who else. "Typical of that lot". Can't you hear them in the dark and dusty rooms of the FA where the carpets nearly touch the ceiling because of all the shite that's been brushed underneath them. No doubt after Wednesday night those very same carpets will be brushing the rafters. After the game against the scouse I couldn't speak, I was so angry. I have never been more angry after a game in my life, and was afraid I may do something really stupid and land myself in a deal of trouble. Thankfully I held myself together and managed to stay out of trouble, but it wasn't easy. I was angry at the incompetence of one man and we all know who that man is. I hesitate to call him a cheat, but can think of no other word to describe his actions. The second half was littered with decisions which would have lead to a lynching had they been made at the local park. Carragher and Ince should have been sent off and the match won after that disgraceful tackle on Blomqvist. But to add insult to injury he prefers to turn his back and pretend nothing was wrong. And what is the fourth official going to do about this - f**k all I expect. What do they ever do - sweet FA - that's where the name comes from. As for the so called penalty - not even the Kopshite thought it was, they couldn't believe their luck when they heard the whistle. It was the worst display of biased refereeing I have seen since the Italians came over with their wads of cash in the sixties and seventies. I have already faxed the FA and would urge everyone else to do the same. This particular man in black must be stopped and never allowed to referee another United game for the rest of his pathetic career. If I ever come across this individual, even if I live to be 100 I will tell him how much contempt I harbour for him. He ranks alongside the cheating MacParland, the unworthy to have ever worn the red shirt - Ince and the despicable Willis. If you don't know who the other two are, ask someone about the 57 and 85 Cup Finals. And then yesterday something happened. Out of the loathing which coursed through my veins, the hate which spilt out of my mout. After nearly a whole day of isolation having not listened to the radio or watched TV I calmed down and came to my senses and thought, maybe it is the best thing that could have happened after all. I know you're probably thinking that ol DMC's gone completely off his head - but wait.................... We didn't lose the game did we? We still have the same chance of winning the title as the Arse don't we? All we have to do is win three more games and score more goals than them and it's ours. We can do that can't we? Think about the way we do things at United. Wouldn't it be the best possible way to win - on goal difference? Wouldn't those pathetic moronic excuse for football fans, the scousers,with their Bayern banners, Munich chants, Bacofoil European Cups - wouldn't they just luv it if we did that? In fact wouldn't everyone else just luv it. The thought fills me with such joy I can't wait. The irony awaits us, destiny is calling. Imagine the scene........We go to face United old boys, the Arse are facing theirs. Both teams triumph. It goes down to the last day of the season. We play Tottenham the Arse's hated rivals. The Arse play Shotgun and his crew. Tottenham are tied between hating us and loathing the Arse. In effect it matters little as the rampant Reds run out victors. The Villa faithful are so desperate to see us lose they're wetting their pants, but their heroes pull off a famous victory at Highbury and the Gooners are distraught while we celebrate. It's just too good to be true, I hear you say. Wait and see and admire as Keano lifts the trophy at OT - the real trophy, not the fake one which is at Highbury on Sky 2. Remember what the Wizard said, "We are just not going to let the referee stop us from winning this league". That's good enough for me. The Wizard will demand success for all of us who love this club. DMC
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Subject: UNITED REACH THIRD FINAL Wednesday, May 05, 1999 17:24 Manchester United reached another cup final on Wednesday, but Europe's sporting press will not be scampering to fill back page columns on the strength of it. Less than 200 people saw United lose 1-0 to Oldham Athletic in the last of the Manchester Senior Cup group games at The Cliff. That said, it was a relatively meaningless game for the Reds' Reserves. Their earlier results in the competition meant that they could only miss out on a final place if they lost by a phenomenal scoreline. Oldham, on the other hand, needed a win of any complexion to secure their place in the final and that's just what they achieved with a goal from Carl Tranter in the 73rd minute. United seemed almost content to play out this final group match happy in the knowledge that their ticket to the final had already been issued and stamped. There were one or two moments to remember but it was largely a disappointing encounter, which no doubt suffered because of the high temperatures the players had to contend with. Most of the action was crammed into the opening few minutes when both sides saw good efforts strike the frame of their opponents' goal. Then, in the 14th minute, United goalkeeper Nick Culkin reacted well to save a spot-kick from Latics' Ryan Sugden. The Manchester Senior Cup Final between United and Oldham will be played later this month. The venue has yet to be decided. Paul Hinson (email p.l.hinson@ais.salford.ac.uk) MUTV Masterfan Quiz Champion 1999 http://www.red11.org The best MANCHESTER UNITED STATS on the Web http://www.red11.org/mufc/stats.htm STATISTICS http://www.red11.org/mufc/pontin.htm RESERVES AND JUNIORS
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Subject: Manchester United face up to "Captain Marvel" By Alan Baldwin LONDON, May 7 (Reuters) - Manchester United's former "Captain Marvel" Bryan Robson could give his old club's league title hopes a decisive boost or a fatal battering when the European Cup finalists visit Middlesbrough on Sunday. The Middlesbrough manager has little to gain or lose from his eighth-placed team's final home match of the season against United but he can expect an emotionally charged afternoon whatever happens at the Riverside Stadium. Middlesbrough were the last team to beat United in any league or cup match, winning 3-2 at Old Trafford on December 19. Since then United have played 28 matches without loss, but if Boro were to beat them again it would keep alive their slim hopes of qualifying for European soccer next season. Just one point will also make sure that they finish the season ahead of Newcastle United as the highest placed team in the north-east -- an important local consideration. But it could kill off United's hopes of wresting the title back from champions Arsenal, who have put in a late surge with 15 goals in their last four games -- including a 6-1 away drubbing of Middlesbrough late last month. United must win to go back to the top of the league ahead of Arsenal on goal difference with two games left. Arsenal have 75 points, Manchester United 72 and Chelsea 71 but United have a game in hand until Sunday's match. Anything less than three points could therefore prove fatal to United's challenge for a European, F.A. Cup and English premier league treble, leaving their fate in the hands of their southern rivals who play next at Leeds United on Tuesday. For Robson, the delight in twice beating an awesome side that has only lost three times in the league all season might be tempered by sadness for a club that he served faithfully for more than a decade. Either way, the captain who steered United to F.A. Cup glory three times and saw United win the league in 1993 and 1994 when he was on the fringes of the side, is not going to offer any assistance now. "The fact that I had a long career at United doesn't come into it," said Robson. "We want the points and a win for our fans. I know (United manager) Alex Ferguson would not do us any favours and he won't expect any either." Ferguson knows that only too well after United drew 2-2 with Liverpool in midweek, the late Liverpool equaliser coming off the boot of former United midfielder Paul Ince and some refereeing decisions that enraged the manager. With a trip still to come on Wednesday to relegation-threatened Blackburn, now managed by his former United deputy Brian Kidd, Ferguson knows that if the title returns to Manchester it will not be thanks to former Old Trafford favourites. London bookmakers are offering odds of 1-2 for United against 11-2 for Middlesbrough, with a draw at 12-5. The statistics back this out, with United having lost only once in their last eight games at Middlesbrough with the last defeat a 1-0 loss in January 1989. With neither United or Arsenal playing on Saturday and third-placed Chelsea -- who still have a mathematical chance of the title -- at Tottenham Hotspur on Monday night, the focus turns to the relegation battle. Nottingham Forest are down already but Blackburn, Charlton Athletic and Southampton are all in real danger. Mathematically, Everton, Sheffield Wednesday and Coventry are not 100 per cent safe either. Southampton, away to Wimbledon, are two points clear of Blackburn -- at home to Forest -- and Charlton, who travel to fifth placed Aston Villa. But Blackburn have a game in hand and are the marginal favourites to avoid the drop. Villa, who once thrashed Charlton 11-1 in 1959, are still chasing a place in the Intertoto Cup and through that a qualifying berth in the UEFA Cup.
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Subject: Mark Hughes needs a ticket for Barca - Independent The war-horse Hughes keeps soldiering on Basement battle: Veteran striker has no regrets about swapping Stamford Bridge for The Dell despite relegation fight - By Glenn Moore Many a contemporary, in an industry where youth is prized, would long ago have resorted to the Grecian 2000 to cover up his prematurely greying thatch but Mark Hughes is refreshingly free of ego. Now 35, he has rarely sought the limelight which a glittering career has thrust upon him and - as long as he is playing - has long been a believer in team before self. But one recent personal achievement did bring extra satisfaction: his goal against Blackburn last month. It was his first for Southampton after 32 appearances, and the media and supporter criticism was beginning to weigh even on his broad shoulders. He stressed that helping Southampton to gain a vital draw was the important thing, but admitted: "It did get a bit of a monkey off my back." He added: "It's conveniently forgotten that I've played three quarters of the season as a holding midfield player, so I've not been expected to get forward, but it makes a better headline if you point to the fact that I've only scored once. "Having said that, I should have scored more. I've had five or six clear-cut chances. The difference is that at my other clubs I've had five or six chances a game rather than in a season." When asked how he felt about his own form this season, Hughes had initially reacted with an embarrassed laugh. "To be honest," he said, "it's not gone as well as I'd have liked, but I've been reasonably happy with my contribution. I've obviously not been able to be as much of an influence as I might have wanted, but I have enjoyed it. "It's never been a problem being motivated. If you don't feel like training then your mind, or your body, is telling you that maybe it is time to look at something else, but I've never had that. I've been very lucky never to have had major injuries and I'm still at the front during warm-ups. It beats working." According to local observers Hughes has found his best form in recent weeks as Saints have clawed their way out of the relegation zone. This should be no surprise; Alex Ferguson calls him "the best big game player I have known" and while Premiership survival, rather than a trophy, may be the prize, the matches are no less important. "It's so important for the club to stay up. A lot of the finance to pay for the new ground is based on playing in the Premiership. It's been a difficult season because expectation was a lot higher after doing well last year, but we got off to a bad start and have been struggling ever since. "The difference between pressure at the top and at the bottom is in the way players react. At the top of the league you go into games expecting to win. At the bottom you go out hoping to win. It is a confidence thing. When players have not won for five or six games they start to wonder where the next win will come from. They start choosing the wrong option, maybe play safe when they need to be a bit braver. The first goal becomes very important. If we go behind we find it very difficult to come back." Southampton have come back against Blackburn and Leicester at home recently, but only one of the five points gained away from The Dell has come after conceding first - at Highbury, of all places, in October. "Our home form has kept us alive," Hughes said. With 11,000 fans making the trip to Selhurst Park, this afternoon's match at Wimbledon may feel like a home match but, Hughes cautioned, "it is just the sort of thing which might spice up Wimbledon". Hughes, of course, could have been chasing the title again rather than fighting relegation. He left Chelsea because it seemed he would rarely start but, given Brian Laudrup's departure and Pierluigi Casiraghi's injury, they could have done with him. "Obviously looking back I would have played more games but I made the decision for the right reasons. There were four strikers there and they bought two more. Something had to give, so I did." While he enjoyed his time at Stamford Bridge, Manchester United, the club he embellished for a decade, are his preferred champions. He also hopes they can defeat one former club, Bayern Munich, in a European Cup final hosted by another, Barcelona. "It would be marvellous if they could win the treble," Hughes said. "It would be an incredible achievement. I think they have gained a lot of credit the way they have performed this year. Most of the time it is United against the rest. Everybody wants to knock them, but I think they have turned a few people's heads this year and it is about time. "I think they have a great chance against Bayern. I'd love to go but I don't think I can get a ticket - and if I can I probably won't be able to get a hotel room. Perhaps I can get a job commentating - spread the word for me." Hughes returned to Barcelona recently as part of their centenary celebrations; the club invited every former player it could contact. Hughes was one of the least successful, a homesick youngster who struggled to adapt to the football and the culture, but he now views the time more fondly. "It was good experience. I went there a young man in years and mind and I came back a lot older. It helped my development and I'm glad I went there." We are talking at Southampton's training ground. The reserves play there and we are sitting in the dug-out. Hughes, who always swore off management, looks comfortable in the setting. "As you get older you get ideas about the game that you'd like to try out," he admits. "You think about the game more. As a younger player you are more concerned about you, individually, rather than the team as a whole. When you get older you want the team to succeed because you realise that you will succeed along with it. "I feel I've something to offer. I've played under Mr Ferguson, Luca [Vialli], Terry Venables, Ruud Gullit, Glenn Hoddle - all good managers in their own right. I must have learned something from them. Players seem to forget you only play for 15 years. You have another 40 years to live so you need something to get out of bed for." Hughes' war-horse image suggests he would be a Gordon Strachan of the touchline, but his softly spoken, quiet, off-pitch demeanour is more like the impassive Vialli. So who would he be like as a manager? "I don't think I'd be bouncing up and down. I only get angry when I get physically assaulted and you are pretty safe in the dug-out - most of the time anyway. But I won't have a problem making my feelings known." Fifteen bookings in 34 matches this season suggests not, though Hughes adds, with relief, that he has now been overtaken by Olivier Dacort at the top of the "naughty boys list". For now he wants to keep playing, ideally in the Premiership, as long as possible. He has another year with Southampton but will eventually return north to the house he had built in Manchester's stockbroker belt and where his family continue to live. Hughes' one remaining ambition is to qualify for a major tournament with Wales, for whom the 2000 European Championship finals remain in reach. Though Hughes will be 36 by then he hopes his grey matter will count for more than his grey hair. After all, his old Bayern team-mate, Lothar Matthaus, played in the World Cup for Germany at the age of 37. Manchester United - The Legend - http://manunited.net
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