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www.red11.org DAILY NEWS
Date: Mon Aug 09 06:17:58 GMT+00:00 1999
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

This Issue:
1. Times - Everton make their point EVERTON 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 1
2. United make fresh bid to lure Rivaldo - Soccernet
3. Telegraph Report - Stam's late slip lifts Everton
6. PREMIER Fixtures this week
7. Click on REAL AUDIO Everton Interviews


Daily MANCHESTER UNITED NEWS Monday 9th August 1999:

Barry Daily Comment:
Game at Everton started well then we seemed to relax at 1-0.
On the bright side, our season start is better than last year!
Match reports in today's news....


99/2000 fixtures/match reports are at

Mark Bosnich's Personal Details 



Previous News:
 BSKYB Takeover news/pics at http://www.red11.org/mufc/bskyb.htm
  Brian Kidd Press conference, pic, real audio
 Peter Schmeichel's last Season at United!


             Arsenal   2-1   Leicester City        38,026
             Chelsea   4-0   Sunderland            34,831
       Coventry City   0-1   Southampton           19,915
        Leeds United   0-0   Derby County          40,118
       Middlesbrough   0-1   Bradford City         33,762
    Newcastle United   0-1   Aston Villa           36,600
 Sheffield Wednesday   1-2   Liverpool             34,853
             Watford   2-3   Wimbledon             15,511
     West Ham United   1-0   Tottenham Hotspur     26,010


       Everton   1-1   Manchester United     39,141


Pos Team                  P   W   D   L   F   A   GD  Pts
 1  Chelsea               1   1   0   0   4   0    4    3
 2  Wimbledon             1   1   0   0   3   2    1    3
 3  Arsenal               1   1   0   0   2   1    1    3
 4  Liverpool             1   1   0   0   2   1    1    3
 5  Aston Villa           1   1   0   0   1   0    1    3
 6  Bradford City         1   1   0   0   1   0    1    3
 7  Southampton           1   1   0   0   1   0    1    3
 8  West Ham United       1   1   0   0   1   0    1    3
 9  Everton               1   0   1   0   1   1    0    1
10  Manchester United     1   0   1   0   1   1    0    1
11  Derby County          1   0   1   0   0   0    0    1
12  Leeds United          1   0   1   0   0   0    0    1
13  Watford               1   0   0   1   2   3   -1    0
14  Leicester City        1   0   0   1   1   2   -1    0
15  Sheffield Wednesday   1   0   0   1   1   2   -1    0
16  Coventry City         1   0   0   1   0   1   -1    0
17  Middlesbrough         1   0   0   1   0   1   -1    0
18  Newcastle United      1   0   0   1   0   1   -1    0
19  Tottenham Hotspur     1   0   0   1   0   1   -1    0
20  Sunderland            1   0   0   1   0   4   -4    0


Date        Opposition                        Score   Pos.   Attend.
08/08/99    Everton                  Away     D  1-1    10    39,141


11-AUG-1999 [20:00] Manchester Utd. vs Sheffield W  (FA Premier League, HOME)
14-AUG-1999 [15:00] Manchester Utd. vs Leeds U  (FA Premier League, HOME)
22-AUG-1999 [16:00] Manchester Utd. vs Arsenal  (FA Premier League, AWAY)

UNITED Stats v All teams:
ALL FIXTURES at: http://www.red11.org/mufc/fix992000.htm
Subject: 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   11.00     W  2-0    F    60,000
18/07/99    Sydney    Australia   06.00     W  1-0    F    78,000 
21/07/99    Shanghai  Shenhua     12.30     W  2-0    F    80,000
24/07/99    Hong Kong South China 08.30     W  2-0    F    40,000
 1/08/99    Arsenal Wembley Charity Shield  L  1-2    F    70,185

 3/08/99    Omagh aid of Omagh Bomb Fund    W  9-0    F      7,000
 4/08/99    Wigan Athletic friendly.        W  2-0    F      ? 
 8/08/99    Everton                  away   D  1-1    10   39,141

11/08/99    Sheffield Wednesday      home PL   20.00
14/08/99    Leeds United             home PL   12.00
22/08/99    Arsenal                  away PL   16.00 Live on Sky
25/08/99    Coventry City            away PL   20.00
27/08/99    Monaco - Lazio           ESC       19.45
30/08/99    Newcastle United         home PL   13.00
11/09/99    Liverpool                away PL   11.30 Live on Sky
15/09/99    ?     EC
18/09/99    Wimbledon                home PL   15.00
22/09/99    ?     EC
25/09/99    Southampton              home PL   15.00
29/09/99    ?     EC
 3/10/99    Chelsea                  away PL   16.00 Live on Sky
*11/10/99   Sir Alex Ferguson's testimonial OT [Cantona + Schmeichel]
13/10/99    ?     WC 3
16/10/99    Watford                  home PL   15.00
20/10/99    ?     EC
23/10/99    Tottenham Hotspur        away PL   15.00
27/10/99    ?     EC
30/10/99    Aston Villa              home PL   15.00
 3/11/99    ?     EC
 6/11/99    Leicester City           home PL   15.00
20/11/99    Derby County             away PL   15.00
24/11/99    ?     EC
27/11/99    Sheffield Wednesday      away PL   15.00
30/11/99    Tokyo  Palmeiras         WCC       20.00
 1/12/99    ?     WC 4
 4/12/99    Everton                  home PL   15.00
 8/12/99    ?     EC
15/12/99    ?     WC 5
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

 ***** 5-14 /01/2000 Brazil WTC  *****   [3-4 games]

12/01/2000  ?    WC sf i
15/01/2000  Leeds United             away PL   15.00
22/01/2000  Arsenal                  home PL   15.00
26/01/2000  ?    WC sf ii
 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
27/02/2000  ?   Wembley WC f
 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 f



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 Its the presentation of the European Cup at Nou Camp
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Subject: Times - Everton make their point EVERTON 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 1 BY OLIVER HOLT FOOTBALL CORRESPONDENT THE route has already been mapped out for Manchester United on their journey to the mastery of the universe. The circles on the globe have been drawn round Monaco, Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro. Somehow, Goodison Park was left off the itinerary. Interspersing the glamour of their attempts on the Super Cup, the Intercontinental Club Championship and the World Club Championship, there will be a multiplicity of matches like that of yesterday, contests in which United's domestic opponents give their all to try to rob the treble-winners of some of the exoticism that has built up around them. On Merseyside, the rare air that United have been breathing since they won the European Cup was knocked out of them by an Everton side that looked far more cohesive and determined than many had predicted. In a match seething with raw challenges and dripping with sweat and toil, any illusions United may have been under that their achievements of last season had somehow elevated them to a cut above the rest of the FA Carling Premiership were dispelled. As opening statements go, this was nowhere near as persuasive or articulate as Chelsea's demolition of Sunderland at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. United were brilliant in spells, stretching and teasing their opponents with some breathtaking one-touch football in the first half. They should have had more to show for their supremacy than a neatly taken seventh- minute goal from Dwight Yorke, but, after the interval, as Everton refused to let their work-rate drop and Richard Gough continued to play flawlessly, the champions became more ponderous and predictable. They still created chances but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, in particular, was guilty of uncharacteristic profligacy and, four minutes from the end, Nick Barmby's header across goal was deflected into his own net by Jaap Stam, who had been utterly unbeatable until then. There was more good news for Everton after the game when a statement from Bill Kenwright suggested that he had moved closer to agreeing a deal to buy the club from the unpopular Peter Johnson. Walter Smith, the manager, said he would decide this week how to react to the transfer request from Francis Jeffers, the young striker, who was left out of the squad yesterday. United's failure to kill off the game when it was at their mercy in the first half reflected more on their strikers than the creativity of their midfield. But the unwillingness of their manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, to rest on his laurels, was hinted at again after the game by a flurry of rumours linking United with a bid for Rivaldo, Barcelona's Brazil midfield player. The gossip could be a product of the continuing struggle to persuade Roy Keane to sign a new contract. If he continues to stall on the deal United are offering him, it appears increasingly likely he will be sold, possibly to Internazionale and possibly as early as this week. "I don't comment on whispers," was all Ferguson would say about the move for Rivaldo. Keane had shown as early as the third minute why the manager is desperate to keep him at Old Trafford. His passing is often overlooked because of his other, more combative strengths, but his early slide-rule ball freed Paul Scholes, whose shot was well saved by Paul Gerrard. Four minutes later, United looked as though they were about to cut loose. Yorke made a clever run and was picked out by an equally astute pass from Cole that took him beyond the Everton offside trap. Gerrard got his left hand to Yorke's shot, but it bounced slowly into the net. For the next 20 minutes, United controlled the game with ease, pulling Everton from pillar to post, but when their possession failed to create more chances, Everton dragged their way back into the match. To begin with, they did it by harrying United out of their composure. Keane was rattled by a series of uncompromising challenges from Mitch Ward and Don Hutchison, and one irritable exchange between Gough and Beckham brought Ferguson leaping to his feet. Despite that, United should have gone farther ahead two minutes before half-time. Yorke spun away from Dave Watson and Beckham played his pass over the top of the defence to perfection. Yorke controlled it, but Gerrard was equal to his stinging low shot. Immediately after the interval, though, Everton signalled their intent. Mark Bosnich, whose bungled clearances were a constant source of concern for United's defence, failed to hold a volley from Hutchison and a mad scramble ensued. Barmby took the ball round the goalkeeper but his shot was kicked off the line by Phil Neville. Kevin Campbell tried to turn it back in, but his attempt was blocked and the danger passed. Everton looked vulnerable when they allowed United's forwards to turn and run at them. On one occasion, Cole alarmed Watson with his pace and laid a pass square to Solskjaer. The goal beckoned but he sliced his shot wide. After Nicky Butt had been brought on to try to steady the ship, Everton grabbed the equaliser they deserved. David Unsworth swung a cross deep to the back post and when Barmby headed it back, Stam flicked it past Bosnich. "It was a game played at a real English pace and I know that Walter Smith can generate that kind of spirit in his sides," Ferguson said. "Everton deserved a point because they worked their socks off and their level of commitment was fantastic." EVERTON (4-4-2): P Gerrard - D Weir, R Gough, D Watson, D Unsworth - M Ward (sub: D Cadamarteri, 70min), S Gemmill, J Collins, N Barmby - D Hutchison (sub: T Phelan, 84), K Campbell. Substitutes not used: M Ball, M Pembridge, S Simonsen. Booked: Watson, Gough, Collins MANCHESTER UNITED (4-3-3): M Bosnich - P Neville, H Berg, J Stam, D Irwin - D Beckham, R Keane, P Scholes - A Cole, D Yorke, O G Solskjaer (sub: N Butt 77). Substitutes not used: R van der Gouw, E Sheringham, J Curtis, J Cruyff. Booked: Keane. Referee: D Gallagher.
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Subject: United make fresh bid to lure Rivaldo - Soccernet By Graham Hunter Monday, August 9, 1999 As Everton celebrated their first point against Manchester United for three seasons in a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park yesterday, Sir Alex Ferguson was attempting to revive his daring bid to sign Rivaldo from Barcelona. The United boss will use everything in his power to persuade the gifted Brazil playmaker to quit Spain for England before the Champions League signing deadline later this month. For his attempt to be successful, he will need to double United's existing transfer record of 12.6 million and overcome two other daunting hurdles. Rivaldo does not want to uproot his family before next summer and there appears to be deadlock between Sir Alex and chairman Martin Edwards over pay scales which is even now threatening divorce between the club and captain Roy Keane. Rivaldo would expect to earn at least as much as the 60,000 per week Keane is reputed to be claiming. Sir Alex yesterday paid tribute to Everton after a late Jaap Stam own goal squared the match, saying: 'We had good chances but Everton's fighting spirit probably deserved a draw.' Everton vice-chairman Bill Kenwright announced that he has given owner Peter Johnson 48 hours to think over a 20 million offer for his major shareholding.
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Subject: Telegraph Report - Stam's late slip lifts Everton By Henry Winter Everton (0) 1 Manchester Utd (1) 1 THE champions of England and Europe discovered yesterday that opposing teams are now stirred even further by the sight of the red and black of Manchester United. Everton's breathless passion-players, running themselves into the ground as Goodison screamed itself hoarse, finally secured the point their work-rate deserved when Jaap Stam headed into his own net to cancel out Dwight Yorke's opener. United had the chances to win but Everton had the character to draw. A game played at breakneck pace, United's first competitive outing since the Treble was achieved proved a tale of two centre-halves, of Stam's unfortunate intervention and a classic display of the stopper's art by Richard Gough, aged 37 but with all the coltish enthusiasm of a 17-year-old. On his debut, Gough confirmed his reputation as one of those professionals who never gives less than everything. His unwavering effort here set the tone for Everton's performance, so delighting those faithful whose heads were already spinning with news of further takeover talks involving Bill Ken- wright. Gough was magnificent, his contribution making a mockery of those who voted Dwight Yorke man of the match. As United threatened to swamp Walter Smith's team, as Roy Keane and Paul Scholes charged forward in wave after wave, Gough held firm, making tackle after tackle, interception after interception, despite sustaining a facial injury. When the Scot was booked after one full-bloodied but clean challenge on Andy Cole, Goodison roared its disbelief. In tandem with Dave Watson, another 37-year-old, Gough may prove one of Smith's most inspired recruits. The old ones, it seems, are the best. "I know Walter Smith well," said Sir Alex Ferguson, United's manager. "I know he can generate the right team spirit, particularly with two warhorses like Gough and Watson. As long as they're fresh, Everton will make it difficult for teams. Everton showed their fighting spirit." As for rumours linking United to Barcelona's Brazilian, Rivaldo, Ferguson added: "You don't expect me to respond to whispers." Smith, inevitably, agreed with Ferguson's assessment of his team. "We deserved something for our level of commitment. We showed we can fight our way through 90 minutes against one of the better teams around." Everton's manager, whose team looked well organised and busy in their 4-4-1-1 formation, was clearly relieved to hear about the renewed takeover talks. "It's not been an easy period for anyone working here," he said. In a statement, Kenwright said: "I can confirm that over the weekend I've had what I hope are positive discussions with Peter Johnson regarding the acquisition of the majority shareholding in Everton Football Club. These discussions will continue tomorrow and I hope to make an announcement shortly after that." By close of play today, Everton's future could be gaining a rosier hue. One further pressing issue remains: the Francis Jeffers conundrum. Everton's highly-regarded teenager, who requested a transfer on Friday, was excluded from the matchday 16 and the game of brinkmanship may be drawing to a conclusion. Quick, exciting and already familiar with England training, Jeffers would be a huge loss to Goodison, particularly as Kevin Campbell needs to prove himself over an entire season, not in the series of bursts that have characterised his career. Campbell never looked like scoring yesterday. Indeed, in the opening minutes he never looked like seeing possession such was United's control. Keane, whose locked contract talks may have precipitated the Rivaldo rumours, released Scholes who drew the first of some good saves by Paul Gerrard. Everton's keeper appeared more confident than United's. But despite the generally nervy nature of Mark Bosnich's kicking, particularly when addressing the ball with his left foot, the Australian provided the launch-pad for Yorke's seventh-minute strike. The ball flew across the pitch until it was met by Watson, whose clearance bounced back off Yorke towards Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. In a blur of movement around Everton's box, Solskjaer found Cole, who in turn, released Yorke first-time through the middle. Gerrard narrowed the angle but Yorke found the target off the goal- keeper's trailing hand. Thoughts of a rout were dispelled when John Collins and Scot Gemmill began to impose themselves on midfield, their industry matching that of Gough and Watson. Don Hutchison, set up by Mitch Ward, went close with a header before the game briefly turned nasty. Keane went into Hutchison, a legacy of an earlier confrontation, and suddenly 16 players were involved, though it was more bawling than brawling. Three minutes into the second half, Everton should have equalised. Bosnich failed to hold Hutchison's shot, Nicky Barmby's effort was cleared off the line by Phil Neville and United then needed Henning Berg to deflect Campbell's follow-up. United, though, then displayed their qualities, attacking from all angles. Keane was denied by Gerrard and Solskjaer fired wide but Everton held firm and equalised with four minutes remaining. David Unsworth's deep cross from the left was headed back by Barmby and Stam headed in. Everton: Gerrard; Weir, Watson, Gough, Unsworth; Ward (Cadamarteri 70), Gemmill, Collins, Barmby; Hutchison (Phelan, 84); Campbell. Subs: Ball, Pembridge, Simonsen (g). Goal: Stam (86 og). Booked: Collins, Watson, Gough. Manchester Utd: Bosnich; P Neville, Berg, Stam, Irwin; Beckham, Keane, Scholes, Solskjaer (Butt, 77); Cole, Yorke. Subs: Van Der Gouw (g), Sheringham, Curtis, Cruyff. Goal: Yorke (7). Booked: Keane. Referee: D Gallagher (Banbury).
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Subject: FERGIE KEANE FOR CHANGE - Mirror SIR ALEX Ferguson last night moved to settle the wages stand-off with Roy Keane by insisting that Manchester United will have to break their pay structure. Republic of Ireland midfielder Keane has threatened to walk out on United as a free agent next summer if they do not meet his wage demands of around pounds 40,000 a week. But Ferguson hinted that a compromise could be reached when he said: "The club is going to have to change because life changes." United fear that smashing their strict pay regime for Keane would force them to shell out higher salaries for all their top stars. But Ferguson clearly believes it would be better to do that than see the influential midfielder leave for nothing under the Bosman ruling next summer. Keane, who is 28 tomorrow, has promised a decision on his future in the next 48 hours. His lawyer Michael Kennedy said: "Roy is giving serious consideration to his position."
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Subject: 365 Report EVERTON 1 MAN UTD 1 - STAM OWN GOAL GIVES POINT AWAY Jaap Stam presented Everton with a draw they will cherish - even if they will not know quite how they achieved it. The European champions, England's Treble heroes, were back to the bread-and-butter stuff after a summer as showbiz stars touring the world in triumph. On Merseyside in their FA Carling Premiership opener, Sir Alex Ferguson's men enjoyed most of the possession but confronted a side who just refused to lose. The Reds must realise that it is going to be like this for the next nine months. They will face teams desperate for any crumb of a result from the master's table. That Everton achieved what is for them a tremendous boost to their confidence was the miracle. With another takeover battle looming, and with boss Walter Smith axing wantaway teenage star Francis Jeffers even from the bench, one feared for Everton's chances. They had been slaughtered on their own patch in the previous two years by United, and only a supreme optimist with blue-tinted spectacles, would really have given them a chance of survival. But what Everton lacked in the sheer class of United, they made up with guts. John Collins in midfield, the ageing centre backs of Dave Watson and Richard Gough, plus Don Hutchison's grit, all kept Everton in the contest. And when Nicky Barmby saw his looping header from the right deflected into his own net by Stam with just three minutes left, Everton's little fantasy was complete. United had earlier gone back to business. Champions last season on three fronts - the Premiership, Champions League and FA Cup - there was an air of invincibility and near majesty at times. Once overcoming lower division clubs in this fashion, United, at times, seem to play in second gear against down table Premier fodder. But that was their downfall today. Ferguson's men tried to play at arm's length, doing just enough, but they will not get away with that sort of thinking now that they are even more the target for everyone to knock down. Everything United did in a compelling first period was at their own pace - able to control a game and then explode into a flurry of passing and movement when they felt it was needed. Everton huffed and puffed, kicked a bit and tried their best to unsettle such supremely regal opponents with little success. United could have been miles ahead at the break. After two minutes Roy Keane's chip played Paul Scholes clear in the box, and it took a magnificent save from Paul Gerrard to keep the scores level. The measure of space that pass found in Everton's defence should have had the alarm bells clanging. Four minutes later it was too late. A weak Dave Watson header gave United possession, and a blur of quickfire passing between Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Andy Cole put Dwight Yorke into a similar amount of space. This time there was no mistake, the shot lifted into the net past a diving Gerrard. Everton openings were few. Barmby cut away from Phil Neville and raced away to blast a 20-yarder that dipped just over the bar, and Mark Bosnich was forced into a flying lunge at Kevin Campbell on the edge of the box. The nearest Everton got in the first period was Don Hutchison's header of a Mitch Ward cross on the far post, the ball smacking against the outside of the upright. The rest of the time Everton attempted to expose the dreadful kicking from Bosnich, United learning life after Peter Schmeichel will not be so easy. Keane got himself booked for a two-footed lunge at Hutchison, which caused a scrum of pushing and shoving players in which the Irishman had Hutchison in a headlock at one point. For all Everton's sweat and effort, had it not been for Gerrard, United would have been out of sight. The man who was out on loan at Oxford last season and is only in the team because of Thomas Myhre's injury saved brilliantly when David Beckham put Yorke clear. He then denied the England midfielder as Beckham lashed an angled drive at him. But Everton kept at it, never losing hope and they should have equalised three minutes after the break when Bosnich spilled a Hutchison shot. Barmby's effort, though, was blocked by Phil Neville before Henning Berg beat out Campbell's follow-up. Gerrard had to make another fine block from Keane, and Solskjaer had the clearest of openings but sliced wide. United looked to be trying to construct the perfect goal for much of the half as Everton bravely toiled to keep them at bay. But three minutes from time came the moment when Everton's tireless effort paid off. Dave Unsworth curled in a cross from the left, Barmby from beyond the far post headed back into the six-yard box, and Stam deflected the ball powerfully past Bosnich. Goodison Park erupted, more in joyous disbelief, and Everton had the unlikeliest of points. United, by now too late, upped the tempo and Nicky Butt saw a cross-shot skid past the far post and wide. Everton, though, held out for the final minutes and escaped with a point that frankly never looked possible.
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Subject: PREMIER Fixtures this week *** FIXTURES ON 09/08/99 *** Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United *** FIXTURES ON 10/08/99 *** Derby County v Arsenal Sunderland v Watford Wimbledon v Middlesbrough *** FIXTURES ON 11/08/99 *** Aston Villa v Everton Leicester City v Coventry City Manchester United v Sheffield Wednesday Southampton v Leeds United *** FIXTURES ON 14/08/99 *** Bradford City v Sheffield Wednesday Derby County v Middlesbrough Leicester City v Chelsea Liverpool v Watford Manchester United v Leeds United Sunderland v Arsenal Tottenham Hotspur v Everton Wimbledon v Coventry City *** FIXTURES ON 15/08/99 *** Southampton v Newcastle United
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Subject: Click on REAL AUDIO Everton Interviews Click on REAL AUDIO http://www.red11.org/mufc/sound/99/ Size Date Time File Name Description 140k Aug 8 2.09 jaap_ev99.rm Jaap Stam after Everton away draw 134k Aug 8 2.04 alex_ev99.rm Alex after Everton away draw 97k Aug 5 1.29 bosnich_umbro.rm Mark Bosnich on United/Umbro 132k Aug 4 2.02 vander_992000.rm Raimond van der Gouw on season 99/2000 Match Report http://www.red11.org/mufc/match
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