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Date: Sat Feb 13 09:54:55 GMT+00:00 1999
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

This Issue:
1. Manchester United next up for giantkillers Fulham 
3. Keegan savours United challenge
5. United trophy honours tragic teenager
6. ITC on our side.
8. Keane deal close


Daily RED Trivia  Saturday 13th February 1999:

13/2/1891: Teddy Partridge born in Lye, Worcestershire. Partridge was a lightning-quick
 winger who made his United debut against Oldham Athletic in October 1920, and
 he played 160 times and scored 18 goals between 1920-28. He moved to Halifax
 Town in May 1929.

1965: United beat Burnley 3-2 at Old Trafford in a Division 1 game watched by
  38,865. Scorers were George Best, Bobby Charlton and David Herd. Team was:
  P.Dunne, Brennan, A.Dunne, Crerand, Foulkes, Stiles, Connelly, Charlton, Herd, Law, Best.


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Next games: 
ALL Result/Fixture Index:

14 Fulham         (H)  14.00  FAC 5th round 
17 Arsenal        (H)  20.00 
20 Coventry       (A)  15.00
27 Southampton    (H)  15.00

UNITED Stats v All teams:

*** FULL LEAGUE TABLE AS AT 06/02/99 ***

Pos Team P  W  D  L   F   A   W  D  L   F   A   GD  Pts
 1  Manchester United    25  9  3  1  32  13   5  5  2  27  14   32   50
 2  Chelsea              24  8  4  0  18   6   4  6  2  17  13   16   46
 3  Arsenal              24  7  5  0  16   4   5  4  3  12   7   17   45
 4  Aston Villa          24  8  2  2  23  15   4  5  3  13  10   11   43
 5  Liverpool            24  7  3  2  31  14   4  2  6  16  15   18   38
 6  Leeds United         24  7  3  2  20   6   2  6  4  16  18   12   36
 7  Wimbledon            23  7  4  1  18  11   2  4  5  11  22   -4   35
 8  Derby County         24  4  5  2  11   9   4  5  4  12  12    2   34
 9  West Ham United      24  6  3  3  16  18   3  3  6   9  17  -10   33
10  Middlesbrough        24  4  7  1  16  10   3  4  5  17  21    2   32
11  Tottenham Hotspur    24  5  5  2  19  16   2  5  5  10  15   -2   31
12  Newcastle United     24  6  2  4  16  15   2  5  5  13  17   -3   31
13  Leicester City       24  5  3  4  17  18   2  6  4   8  11   -4   30
14  Sheffield Wednesday  24  5  3  4  13   7   3  2  7  14  16    4   29
15  Blackburn Rovers     24  5  3  4  14  12   1  4  7  11  19   -6   25
16  Coventry City        24  5  4  3  17  13   1  2  9   6  19   -9   24
17  Everton              23  2  7  3   3   6   3  2  6  10  19  -12   24
18  Southampton          24  4  2  6  18  21   1  3  8   5  26  -24   20
19  Charlton Athletic    23  2  4  5  15  13   1  4  7  11  24  -11   17
20  Nottingham Forest    24  1  6  5  10  21   2  1  9  10  28  -29   16


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

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    v   Inter Milan
 Real Madrid       v   Dynamo Kiev
 Juventus          v   Olympiakos
 Bayern Munich     v   Kaiserslautern

 Ties to be played on March 3 and 17

*** FAC ROUND 5 FIXTURES ON 13/02/99 ***

                  Arsenal  v  Sheffield United
                 Barnsley  v  Bristol Rovers
                  Everton  v  Coventry City
        Huddersfield Town  v  Derby County
             Leeds United  v  Tottenham Hotspur
      Sheffield Wednesday  v  Chelsea

*** FIXTURES ON 13/02/99 ***
   Charlton Athletic  v  Liverpool
     West Ham United  v  Nottingham Forest


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Subject: Manchester United next up for giantkillers Fulham By Ossian Shine LONDON, Feb 12 - Fulham coach Kevin Keegan, widely tipped to become England's new manager next week, could give his current club Fulham a memorable "goodbye" present by leading them to victory over Manchester United in the F.A. Cup on Sunday. Although United, who crushed Nottingham Forest 8-1 last weekend for their seventh successive victory, should win with goals to spare, Keegan's Fulham have already stunned premier league sides Southampton and Aston Villa in the previous two rounds and go to Old Trafford with nothing to lose. Fulham have been utterly transformed by Keegan, their coach who actually holds the odd title of "Chief Operating Officer" and owner Mohammad Al Fayed who has pumped millions into the club. Having climbed out of the basement division in 1997, Fulham now lead the second division and look set to return to the second tier of English soccer for the first time in 13 years. Keegan is adamanant he does not want to leave Craven Cottage but wants to complete the job of taking Fulham into the premier league. Events elsewhere, however, may prove irrisistable. Sunday's tie is the first in the Cup between United and Fulham since 1979 when United won a replayed fourth round tie 1-0 and is also the first time Keegan and United boss Alex Ferguson have clashed as opposing club managers since Keegan's emotional outburst in 1996. Then, as manager of Newcastle, Keegan had been fiercely critical of the way Ferguson behaved as their teams fought out a two-horse race for the league title. Newcastle blew a 12-point lead as Ferguson won a series of mind games -- and the title -- which left Keegan bitter and angry with his United counterpart. In a famous televised interview Keegan had tears in his eyes when he said: "I would just love it if we could beat them. I'd love it." But Keegan on Thursday insisted the pair were now friends. Another intriguing tie sees George Graham return to his old Elland Road stomping ground when his revitalised Tottenham side tackle Leeds United. Graham quit Leeds in October and knows David O'Leary's exciting youngsters as well as anybody. He said: "A lot of hard work was done and tough decisions were taken up there and they now are evolving into an outstanding side. "David O'Leary will take them on to better things... Leeds have got a very exciting young team up there with really exciting individuals. "They will evolve into an outstanding team over the next couple of years." Tottenham are also evolving into a team that is becoming tougher and tougher to beat -- even if, as Graham admits, he still has plenty of work to do before leading them back to their former elevated position in the English game. Spurs are unbeaten in 10 matches and have also reached the semifinals of the League Cup and will be keen to win at Elland Road and partly expunge the memory of their 4-1 loss to Everton there in an F.A. Cup semifinal. Saturday also sees holders Arsenal bidding to win their first F.A. Cup tie at Highbury for six years when they welcome Sheffield United. The last time they were successful at home was in 1993 when they beat Nottingham Forest 2-0. The hosts will be without defenders Martin Keown and Lee Dixon, though, who both picked up injuries in England's 2-0 midwek defeat at the hands of France. Captain Tony Adams is prepared to play with a broken nose, his souvenir from the French game. Elsewhere Everton host Coventry City, Bristol Rovers travel to Barnsley, First Division Huddersfield welcome Derby County and Chelsea visit Sheffield Wednesday with the hosts battling the odds. The two sides have met four times in the fifth round and Chelsea have won all four times. Sunday's second match sees Blackburn Rovers visit Newcastle United with two former Newcastle players especially keen to do well. Winger Keith Gillespie and defender Darren Peacock, while at Newcastle, both missed last year's F.A. Cup final through injury and will be eager to make amends this time round, as well as put one over their old team mates. In the premier league, Charlton are set to play Liverpool in a game with added edge after police arrested four men at the Valley stadium on suspicion of burglary midweek. Charlton managing director Peter Varney said on Thursday night he believed the alleged burglary was linked to Far East betting. The kickoff time of the game may be switched as a result of ongoing investigations into the alleged crime. Bottom-of-the-league Nottingham Forest visit West Ham and Forest must lift themselves following their 8-1 defeat to Manchester United last weekend. West Ham will also be looking to improve on a recent dismal record which has seen them go six matches without a win, including two 4-0 home defeats to Sheffield Wednesday and Arsenal.
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Subject: WE'RE NOT SCARED OF UNITED - TAYLOR By David Anderson, PA Sport For someone about to face football's equivalent of a firing squad, Maik Taylor is remarkably unconcerned. The goalkeeper will be Fulham's last line of defence against Manchester United's strikeforce which is the most potent in the land. Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have netted 53 goals between them this season, and it will be down to Taylor to stop them adding to that tally. But Taylor claims he does not feel like a condemned man waiting on death row as Sunday's FA Cup fifth-round clash at Old Trafford nears. "Those guys are on fire at the moment," said Taylor. "The goals tally tells you that they are the best around and between the three of them, they have by far scored the most goals in the Premiership. "But they don't scare us, and we're not going to be frightened off by that. I'm just going to try to play my normal game and enjoy the whole day." United boss Alex Ferguson has hinted he will play Solskjaer, who despite his bit-part role this season has scored 15 goals. Ferguson has even suggested that he could play Solskjaer as well as Cole and Yorke in a dream team strike force. But United will be without the suspended Roy Keane and Paul Scholes. This, though, is of little comfort to Taylor. "So they're putting out a weak side," he said sarcastically. "Is there such a thing with United considering the incredible strength in depth they've got?" Taylor, for one, will not be overawed by playing in front of a full house at Old Trafford. The Northern Ireland B international kept goal at the Theatre of Dreams two years ago during his brief stint in the Premiership with Southampton. Taylor performed well that day and made a great save from Eric Cantona before the Frenchman beat him to secure a 2-1 win for United. "That's a game which is definitely lodged in the memory banks," said the 27-year-old. "It was an unbelievable atmosphere playing in front of 56,000 people. "We lost to a late goal from Eric Cantona and although the result went against us, it was still a wonderful experience. "I loved playing there and for me, it's easily the best league ground around. "I'm really looking forward to going back because for me, playing on grounds like that helps bring out the best in me. "I feel I'm always at my best when I'm busy in a game. "I sometimes struggle from a concentration point of view if I've not got a lot to do. "Somehow I don't think that will be a problem on Sunday." Second Division leaders Fulham have already accounted for Southampton and Aston Villa on their glorious FA Cup run this season, and Taylor admits they have drawn the toughest tie possible in United at home. But confidence is one thing Kevin Keegan's side are not short of, and Taylor believes there is the chance of an upset, however small. "It's cup football, it's all about what happens on the day," he said. "You can't predict with total certainty what will happen and nobody gave us a chance at Villa in the last round. "We're not exactly your average Second Division side and we've got quite a few lads who've played at the highest level. "It would be the shock of all shocks if we could get a result there, but if they underestimate us then you never know. "Certainly there will be no pressure on us, and we will go there hoping to give a good account of ourselves and if we can do that, then we can come home with our heads held high, no matter what the outcome is."
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Subject: Keegan savours United challenge Roy Collins finds Fulham's sought-after manager itching for Old Trafford Saturday February 13, 1999 If tomorrow's FA Cup tie at Manchester United is to be Kevin Keegan's last match as Fulham manager before taking over England, one can imagine how much, in his words from that TV interview, he would 'love it, just love it' if he could put one over his old tormentor Alex Ferguson. Clubs like Fulham normally arrive at places like Old Trafford with no greater ambition than to keep the score in single figures. To restrict it, in other words, to one more than the eight United scored at Nottingham Forest last week. But Fulham have already beaten Southampton and Aston Villa in successive rounds and sit at the top of Division Two. And with Keegan, they have a man who regards dreams as simply reality that has not yet been fulfilled. 'I didn't see United's game at Forest,' he said. 'While they were luckily winning 8 1, we were drawing 1 1 at Wycombe. One thing you can say is that this is a match between two confident sets of players, albeit from different planets.' Only on the pitch that is, Mohammed Al-Fayed's millions allowing Fulham to compete on a level playing field off it. This week, Fulham have been staying in five-star luxury in a hotel in Essex complete with its own golf course and top class football pitches. Keegan says: 'I've always believed that if you get the little things right, the big things come as well. Mind you, half of our lads haven't stayed away before - they've brought their buckets and spades.' On the pitch, too, the gap in quality may be harder to spot since Keegan has spent £10 million on players. Quite a few of them have Premiership experience and, as he points out, they are not your average Second Division side. Five of his players were on international duty this week. It is a point not lost on Ferguson, who said yesterday: 'They are not a typical Second Division side in the way they can buy players. But take nothing away from them - you can't dismiss the Villa result and performance, and I thought that spoke volumes for them.' The Cup run, Keegan says, indicates to critics that the money may have been spent wisely. But he adds: 'We know what we're in for at Old Trafford. I believe United finally have the strength in depth to win the European Cup and whatever side they put out will be formidable. But we've had three victories over Premiership sides and gave a good account of ourselves for an hour at Liverpool in the Worthington Cup. The worst thing that can happen is that we troop off at the end saying we haven't performed, it was all too much for us. But I don't think that will happen.' He takes a crumb of comfort from the fact that Ryan Giggs is still injured and that Paul Scholes and Roy Keane are suspended. But Fulham are without their £300,000 striker Geoff Horsfield, though that hardly evens up United's resting of £12.6 million Dwight Yorke. His absence means a rare start for the extraordinary Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. 'Let's hope he's not on for longer than 14 minutes,' quipped Keegan.
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Subject: FERGIE SEES ROMANCE OF CUP CLASH By David Anderson, PA Sport Alex Ferguson may not appear to be much of a romantic but beneath that gruff exterior, he has a soft spot for the FA Cup. The Manchester United manager has a special affection for the world's most famous knock-out competition, even though his priorities this season are the Champions' League and the Premiership. He can appreciate the allure of Sunday's fifth-round tie between United and Second Division Fulham at Old Trafford. "That's the beauty of the FA Cup - it's always got that romantic part that hopefully the underdog will win," he said. "That's from the neutral's point of view, and you can always get shocks, although not in this case we hope." As giant-killers go, Fulham can certainly pack a punch as lethal as that of the Biblical David as Southampton and Aston Villa can testify. Division Two's top team fully deserved those two Premiership scalps, and Ferguson was highly impressed by their heroics at Villa Park in the previous round. "They are not a typical Second Division side in the way they can buy players and they've got players with experience of the Premiership," he said. "But take nothing away from them - you can't dismiss the Villa result and performance, and I thought that spoke volumes for them. "There's no doubt that was one hell of a result." The tie pits Ferguson against his old rival Kevin Keegan, and the former Newcastle manager's outburst on television during the closing stages of the 1996 title race is still fresh in the memories of many. But leading psychologist, Professor Cary Cooper of UMIST, does not believe it will have any bearing on Sunday's contest. "I shouldn't think so because last time Keegan was under the pressure of trying to win the title, and that isn't there this time," he said. "If anything, all the pressure will be on Alex Ferguson because his side are the favourites and are expected to win." United have been rampant since the turn of the year with a 100% record in 1999. Much of that is down to the goal-scoring form of Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who have netted 53 times this season. Ferguson is considering fielding all three against Fulham in what would be an awesome strikeforce because he is short of bodies in midfield, where Paul Scholes and Roy Keane are suspended. Jaap Stam is fit after a hamstring scare, but Gary Neville may miss out because he is still feeling his sore knee. Teddy Sheringham and Ryan Giggs are definitely out, and Ferguson insists that Giggs is still doubtful for next month's Champions' League quarter-final against Inter Milan. Earlier in the week, the Welshman claimed he hoped to recover from his hamstring injury to make the first leg at Old Trafford on March 3. "I keep reading about how he hopes to be fit for the that game," said Ferguson. "Of course he wants to be fit, and we all hope that, but a hamstring injury is a hamstring injury."
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Subject: United trophy honours tragic teenager United trophy honours tragic teenager BELFAST, Feb 12 - Manchester United are to donate a special trophy in memory of one of Northern Ireland's most promising young soccer players who collapsed and died during a training session in his home town of Lisburn on Tuesday. Martin Bell, 14, a target for a number of top clubs, had been preparing to go to England for a trial with United later this week. The boy was buried on Friday and United manager Alex Ferguson sent a personal message of condolence to the family. The youngster had visited United on several occasions and Ferguson said: "While I was watching the boys play or while attending a social gathering, I was very impressed by his character. He will be sadly missed by all the boys and staff at the club." The new trophy will be presented each year to the most promising teenage player from Northern Ireland.
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Subject: ITC on our side. Reprinted, without permission, from Mr. Murdochs own paper, The Times. ITC chief queries Man Utd bid BY RAYMOND SNODDY, MEDIA EDITOR PETER ROGERS, head of the television industry's main regulatory body, has expressed serious reservations about British Sky Broadcasting's planned £623 million bid for Manchester United Football Club, it emerged last night. The recommended offer by BSkyB, which is 40 per cent owned by News International, owner of The Times, is currently being investigated by the Monopolies and Mergers Commission. Mr Rogers, chief executive of the Independent Television Commission, has said privately that there are two ways of dealing with problems that might arise from broadcasting organisations owning football clubs, such as conflicts of interest over selling broadcasting rights. One option is an outright ban on broadcasters owning football clubs. The other is to set conditions to make sure that conflicts of interests do not arise by making sure that such broadcasters are not involved in decisions on the sale of television rights. Mr Rogers has made clear that he thinks a ban would probably be better. It is believed that the ITC chief executive has expressed similar views in evidence to the MMC. It is not clear, however, whether Mr Roger's views represent those of the Independent Television Commission as a whole. As a senior television regulator, Mr Roger's views will carry weight, but will still be only one voice in the body of evidence being assembled by the MMC. BSkyB's bid for Manchester United, which proved controversial with many fans, some of whom have demonstarted against a sale, was made primarily as a defensive measure. The company is concerned that a case now before the Restrictive Practices Court could rule that the collective television rights agreement organised by the Premier League and the BBC could be ruled an illegal cartel. If the court finds against the deal, BSkyB would hope to use Manchester United as the basis for negotiating new individual deals with Premier League clubs. BSkyB last night said that it believed that its proposed acquisition broke no competition law and that it was confident of being able to address all the points raised by the MMC. Other broadcasters such as Carlton Communications and NTL, one of Britain's big three cable companies, have expressed interest in acquiring football clubs, but are waiting to hear the outcome of the present MMC inquiry.
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Subject: RETHINK SKY BID - UNITED FANS Fans opposed to BSkyB's proposed takeover of Manchester United claim the club's directors should reconsider the bid. The Independent Television Commission has called called for the £623.4million takeover to be blocked, and the Independent Manchester United Supporters Association (IMUSA) feels club chiefs should have a rethink because of mounting opposition. According to the Financial Times, the ITC claimed in its submissions to the Monopolies and Mergers Commission, which is investigating the takeover, that the deal would distort the free market in broadcast rights to matches. IMUSA chairman Andy Walsh said: "It's very encouraging news if it's true that the ITC have recommended that the deal be blocked. "The opposition is now so great to this takeover that the board of directors need to take a collective step backwards and sit down with the shareholders and supporters and discuss the future of the club. "If chairman Martin Edwards still wants to dispose of his shares then why not put them in a trust fund to be administered by fans and those who care about the future of the club?" Walsh also called on supporters of all clubs to write to their MPs asking them to support Worsley MP Terry Lewis' Early Day Motion opposing the deal. "There's an Early Day Motion 266 currently on the order paper submitted by Terry Lewis, MP for Worsley," he said. "We would ask all football fans to write to their MPs and ask them to sign EDM 266."
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Subject: Keane deal close Edwards buckles to Keane demands Chairman Martin Edwards is reportedly ready to accept Roy Keane's £40,000-a-week wage demands and talks are scheduled to kick-off within a fortnight. The United skipper is on course to smash the reknowned Old Trafford wage ceiling - which could lead to the club eventually attracting some of the biggest names from the continent in the summer. Keane's adviser Michael Kennedy has accepted a boardroom invite to thrash out a £2 million-a-year deal for the 27-year-old star. The Irish midfielder was always willing to pledge the rest of his career to club but said he would not sign any deal "unless it is the right one." He said: "The first talks between us have been arranged within the next fortnight." United fans have long been frustrated by the club's inability to attract world class players from abroad while earning obscene profits which make them the richest around. Keane's deal could open the way for players such as Zinedine Zidane to arrive at the end of the season. Zidane, however, could be on his way to Liverpool if he is considering the Premiership at all for his next destination. The Frenchman was seen deep in conversation with both Paul Ince and Gerard Houllier on Wednesday night.
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