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Date: Thu Apr 15 02:21:28 GMT+00:00 1999
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

This Issue:
1. Ryan Giggs!
2. Giggs' brilliance seals United victory in classic duel
3. BBC Report + real audio links! Giggs magic sinks Gunners
4. Truly, it was a goal fit to win any football match"


Daily RED Trivia  Thurs 15th April 1999:

 Jeff Whitefoot made his debut against Portsmouth aged 16. Whitefoot won
 a League Championship medal in 1956 amidst 95 appearances for the club. He
 joined Grimsby Town in November 1957, and won an FA Cup winners medal
 with Nottingham Forest in 1959. 

 In the Premiership United win 4-0 at Leicester City watched by 21,281.
 Andy Cole 2, Lee Sharpe and Paul Ince scored for the Reds. Team was: Schmeichel,
 G.Neville, Irwin, Bruce, Sharpe (Beckham), Pallister, Cole, Ince, McClair, Hughes
 (Scholes), Butt.


Barry Daily Comment:
Marvellous to be alive, game of the season
so far and that goal was out of this world!
Sing after me "W'ere going to WEMB-ER-LEY"

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

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

Next Games:
17 Sheff Wed (H) 15.00 PL
21 European Cup Semi Juventus (A) 19.45 CL
25 Leeds (A)  11.30 {am} UK PL Live Sky Sports UK 

UNITED Stats v All teams:


*** LEAGUE TABLE AS AT 15/04/99 ***

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L   F   A   GD  Pts
 1  Manchester United    31  18  10   3  69  32   37   64
 2  Arsenal              32  17  12   3  43  13   30   63
 3  Chelsea              32  17  12   3  47  24   23   63
 4  Leeds United         32  16  10   6  52  28   24   58
 5  Aston Villa          33  13  10  10  44  39    5   49
 6  West Ham United      33  13   9  11  34  40   -6   48
 7  Middlesbrough        33  11  14   8  44  41    3   47
 8  Derby County         32  12  11   9  36  36    0   47
 9  Liverpool            31  12   8  11  57  41   16   44
10  Newcastle United     32  11   9  12  43  45   -2   42
11  Wimbledon            33  10  11  12  37  50  -13   41
12  Tottenham Hotspur    31   9  13   9  35  37   -2   40
13  Leicester City       31   9  12  10  32  39   -7   39
14  Sheffield Wednesday  32  11   5  16  38  36    2   38
15  Coventry City        33  10   7  16  34  45  -11   37
16  Everton              33   8  10  15  28  40  -12   34
17  Charlton Athletic    32   7  10  15  34  43   -9   31
18  Blackburn Rovers     32   7  10  15  32  43  -11   31
19  Southampton          33   8   6  19  28  60  -32   30
20  Nottingham Forest    33   4   9  20  30  65  -35   21

*** FIXTURES ON 14/04/99 ***
       Middlesbrough  v  Chelsea  0-0

*** FIXTURES ON 17/04/99 ***
   Charlton Athletic  v  Leeds United
       Coventry City  v  Middlesbrough
           Liverpool  v  Aston Villa
   Manchester United  v  Sheffield Wednesday
    Newcastle United  v  Everton
   Nottingham Forest  v  Tottenham Hotspur
         Southampton  v  Blackburn Rovers
     West Ham United  v  Derby County

*** FIXTURES ON 18/04/99 ***
             Chelsea  v  Leicester City


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


       P   Won       Drawn     Lost      For        Against    Points
Home   16  11 (69%)  4 (25%)   1 (6%)    38 (2.4)   16 (1.0)   37 (2.3)
Away   14  7 (50%)   5 (36%)   2 (14%)   30 (2.1)   15 (1.1)   26 (1.9)

Total  30  18 (60%)  9 (30%)   3 (10%)   68 (2.3)   31 (1.0)   63 (2.1)

                                         Averages per game in (brackets)


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 Final 2nd legs to be played  21st April
Manchester United v Juventus  [1-1]
Bayern Munchen v Dynamo Kiev  [3-3]


Peter saved us again with a penalty save in 93rd min! Click on Pete for more

Subject: Ryan Giggs! Ryan Giggs Ryan Giggs, Running Down the Wing, Ryan Giggs Ryan Giggs, Running Down the Wing, Feared by the Blues, Loved by the REDS! Ryan Giggs Ryan Giggs, Ryan Giggs!!!
Peter saved us again with a penalty save in 93rd min! Click on Pete for more

Subject: Giggs' brilliance seals United victory in classic duel By Mike Collett BIRMINGHAM, England, April 14 - Manchester United stayed on course for an unprecedented treble when they beat holders Arsenal 2-1 in a breathtaking F.A. Cup semifinal replay on Wednesday. The match, one of the best in the competition's history, had unrelenting excitement, dramatic incident and soccer of the highest technical quality. It finally tilted United's way with a wonderful goal by Ryan Giggs in extra time. United, reduced to 10 men after skipper Roy Keane was sent off in the 74th minute for a second yellow card after fouling Marc Overmars, overcame the odds to win after Giggs ran 60 metres from inside his own half, rode four tackles and then smashed the ball into the roof of David Seaman's net. It also came against the run of play as Arsenal, who started slowly, dominated the action after Keane's dismissal. "I got the ball, took it on and just hit it -- it is the best goal I have ever scored," Giggs said. United now play Newcastle United in the final on May 22 and keep alive their dream of winning a league and cup double as well as the European Cup, a feat never performed by an English club. United manager Alex Ferguson said: "That match will stay in people's minds forever. It was wonderful. We were hanging on for grim death to be honest and needed something out of this world -- and we got it with Ryan's goal. "It was truly remarkable. These are goals and nights you never forget." Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, almost lost for words afterwards, said: "So near yet so far. It was just not our night. A disallowed goal, a missed penalty and conceding an exceptional goal. It's a big blow but we must bounce back immediately for the championship challenge." Arsenal, whose hopes of a second successive cup and league double died with this defeat, had a golden chance to wrap up the match on the stroke of full time. But Peter Schmeichel dived athletically to his left to save Dennis Bergkamp's penalty, sending the match into extra time. United conceded the penalty after Phil Neville brought down Ray Parlour in the box. But Bergkamp, who scored Arsenal's equaliser, failed to guarantee Arsenal a place in the final against Newcastle for the second successive year. United took the lead after 17 minutes with a superb curling shot from David Beckham -- the first goal Arsenal had conceded for 660 minutes since Newcastle's Dietmar Hamann scored against them on February 28. His shot followed a quick inter-passing move with Teddy Sheringham, whose clever reverse flick left Tony Adams stranded and Beckham in space. Beckham's 30-metre shot was always curling away from his England international colleague Seaman. United, who had not beaten Arsenal in six matches since February 1997, then had several clear-cut chances to take a commanding lead. But magnificent saves by Seaman and some hurried shooting and near misses from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Teddy Sheringham, surprisingly preferred in attack to the 47-goal strike pairing of Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole, allowed Arsenal to stay in the hunt. They took that chance after 69 minutes, thanks to a lucky deflection off defender Jaap Stam. Bergkamp's shot was going wide but hit the knee of his fellow Dutchman and flew past Schmeichel. Arsenal thought they had gone ahead four minutes later when Schmeichel failed to hold a Bergkamp shot. He spilled the ball into the path of Anelka who rounded Schmeichel to score and then led his team mates in prolonged but premature celebration. But the linesman had already flagged for offside against Anelka in the build-up to the goal and after a lengthy discussion between the officials referee David Elleray disallowed it. That incident mirrored the controversial decision by Elleray to disallow a United goal in Sunday's 0-0 draw between the teams. Television replays later showed that the officials got it right this time as Anelka was half a metre offside when the ball was played forward. Arsenal then over-ran United with substitute Overmars creating chances almost at will for both himself and his team mates. But Giggs, who had come on for Jesper Blomqvist after an hour, had the final say in the 109th minute.
Peter saved us again with a penalty save in 93rd min! Click on Pete for more

Subject: BBC Report + real audio links! Giggs magic sinks Gunners Ryan Giggs scores United's winner against Arsenal Arsenal 1-2 Man Utd (after extra time) A moment of extra-time magic from Manchester United's wing wizard Ryan Giggs put the Red Devils into the FA Cup final and left Arsenal wilting in the heat of a classic semi-final. Alan Green describes Ryan Giggs goal http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/315000/audio/_319684_greengoal.ram Villa Park had been illuminated with two magnificent goals from David Beckham and Dennis Bergkamp either side of half time in an amazing match which was embraced with moments sublime skill but was deservedly won by United despite the sending off of midfielder Roy Keane. 'The luckiest team won' Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said: "It is not easy to take a defeat, but what you can demand of a team is they give everything. I am very sad today because it was not our night and we were unlucky. That's football. "The two teams are very close to each other and in the end the luckiest won." He added: "There's no reproach. I would just like to congratulate Manchester United. They were fantastic. I am very sad but they have shown again they are a great team." 'Played in agony' United boss Alex Ferguson hailed his side's ability to dig in and fight and said that keeper Peter Schmeichel had a great game. "We had a marvellous save from Peter, I think we deserved the win, over the two legs I think we were the better team. "We had no complaints about the sending off of Roy Keane, the players have played in agony to get the victory." Alan Green reports for BBC 5 Live http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/315000/audio/_319684_greenwrap.ram Even before the game had begun Ferguson had shocked the huge crowd with some controversial changes to the United line-up. The United manager decided to tweak his recently rather blunt attack which had struggled to score on Sunday and who must now face a gruelling European Cup semi-final a week on Wednesday. Forgotten striker Teddy Sheringham and the baby-faced assassin Ole Gunnar Solskjaer were brought into the forward line to replace the tired Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole. Brilliant It was Beckham's brilliant goal, his third in the last five matches, which destroyed Arsenal's usually mean defence which had gone 690 minutes without being breached. The goal was instigated by Schmeichel who threw the ball to Beckham who then fed the ball to Solksjaer. The striker played the ball to Sheringham and it was his acute through ball that allowed Beckham to unleash a curving 22-yard shot past goalkeeper David Seaman. Tempting In the opening minutes of the second half Roy Keane broke from midfield and split the Arsenal defence with a perfectly timed ball but Solskjaer could only skew the ball wide in what could have been United's winner. Seconds later it was Jesper Blomqvist who tricked his way into the area only to be denied by an excellent save from David Seaman. The Gunners retaliated with a rare escapade into the United half but Ray Parlour's cross for Anelka was blazed over the bar from ten yards by the youngster. Flair On 61 minutes both teams decided to inject yet more flair into what was already a thrilling match. On came Ryan Giggs and the flying Dutchman Marc Overmars in place of the unlucky Blomquist and his fellow Swede Lundberg. The substitution instilled Arsenal with enthusiasm and a piece of devine skill from Dennis Bergkamp suddenly threw his side a lifeline. Beckham - opened the scoring for United The Dutchman received the ball just past the halfway line, turned on a sixpence and sent a blistering drive into the back of the net leaving Peter Schmeichel with no chance. Suddenly the tide turned and what had seemed to be a United tidal wave was reversed into an Arsenal tsunami. Bergkamp broke free once again and split the United defence to leave Anelka one on one with Schmeichel. The Frenchman slotted the ball home and turned to celebrate only for referee David Elleray to disallow the goal for offside. In the heat of Arsenals complaints Roy Keane was dismissed for his second bookable offence. Just as everyone had accepted the game would end level, Phil Neville made a rash challenge on Ray Parlour as the midfielder broke into the box leaving David Elleray no option but to point to the spot. But as Dennis Bergkamp dreamt of his first Wembley final, Peter Schmeichel dived to his left to push away the goal which could have fulfilled the Dutchman's boyhood dreams had it hit the back of the net. Extra man The game entered extra-time and in the first 15 minutes Arsenal continued to take full advantage of their extra man. However, it was United who were to have the last laugh as their Welsh wizard Ryan Giggs took a leaf out of Diego Maradona's book by taking on the entire Arsenal defence with. His skill and courage were rewarded as he beat four Arsenal defenders and smashed the ball past a helpless David Seaman. The United defence held out in the dying moments to ensure Alex Ferguson's valiant men will face Newcastle United in the FA Cup final next month. Arsenal: Seaman, Dixon, Winterburn, Vieira, Adams, Ljungberg, Anelka, Bergkamp, Keown, Parlour, Petit. Subs: Bould, Vivas, Overmars, Lukic, Kanu. Man Utd: Schmeichel, G. Neville, P. Neville, Johnsen, Stam, Beckham, Butt, Keane, Blomqvist, Solskjaer, Sheringham. Subs: Van Der Gouw, Yorke, Irwin, Scholes, Giggs. Referee: D Elleray (Harrow-on-the-Hill)
Peter saved us again with a penalty save in 93rd min! Click on Pete for more

Subject: "Truly, it was a goal fit to win any football match" GIGGS KEEPS THE DREAM ALIVE Touch Of Genius Leaves Reds On Course For Treble ARSENAL 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 2 By Ian Cruise RYAN GIGGS scored one of the greatest goals in the FA Cup’s long history to keep Manchester United on course for the treble, and shatter Arsenal’s double dreams. The most famous club trophy of them all has seen some memorable goals down the years and last night Giggs added his name to the roll of honour. The FA Cup has made heroes of characters as diverse as Ronnie Radford and Ricky Villa, who will forever be remembered for their strikes in the competition, but last night Manchester United’s mercurial winger scored a goal to rival any that has been scored in the pursuit of English football’s most illustrious prize. The Welshman was kept on the bench for over an hour of last night’s replay, with manager Alex Ferguson surely keeping one eye on next week’s Champions League clash with Juventus, but when he was called upon to provide some magic, he delivered with interest. After picking up Patrick Vieira’s stray pass in his own half, Giggs set off on a thrilling run which took him past four opponents before culminating in a blistering finish which gave David Seaman no chance. That goal, coming as it did in the 18th minute of extra-time, shattered Arsenal who surely thought they were heading for a Wembley return when United captain Roy Keane was sent-off for a second booking in the 73rd minute for a reckless challenge on Marc Overmars. That body blow came just five minutes after Dennis Bergkmap had equalised David Beckham’s first half classic with a shot which deflected violently off Jaap Stam to deceive Peter Schmeichel, and at that point the Gunners were firmly in the driving seat. And when referee David Elleray awarded a penalty two minutes into stoppage time at the end of the match, the Arsenal tailor was probably getting ready to start measuring up the Cup Final suits. But Bergkamp, so often the hero on the big occasion and the man desperate to reach Wembley after missing last season’s victory over Newcastle, squandered the chance as Schmeichel dived to his left to turn the ball away, to force extra-time and to pave the way for Giggs to become the night’s biggest hero. It was fitting that possibly the last ever FA Cup semi-final replay – due to the expansion of the Champions League there will no second chances at this stage from next year onwards – should take place on the eve of the tenth anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, and fitting, too, that the match should develop into a pulsating, edge-of-your-seats classic encounter between two of English football’s true heavyweights. United boss Alex Ferguson made four changes from the side which played on Sunday, with Phil Neville, Jesper Blomqvist, Teddy Sheringham and Old Gunnar Solskjaer coming into the team, the latter pair ahead of the recently out-of-sorts partnership of Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole. For Arsenal, Emmanuel Petit returned after suspension and Frederik Ljungberg came into the side in place of Marc Overmars, who was deemed fit enough only for duty on the substitutes’ bench. After the weekend’s relatively low key affair, it was perhaps no surprise that last night’s match began at a blistering pace, with both sides probing for the early goal. There was much passion and pressure about the early stages, but little panache. Solskjaer sent a left-foot volley high and wide after eight minutes, and a minute later Nicolas Anelka was unlucky that Dennis Bergkamp’s through ball clipped his heel instead of running through to leave him in a race on goal with Jaap Stam. However, if the opening exchanges had been high on endeavour but short on real class, the first half’s key moment had quality stamped all of it. Beckham played the ball into the feet of Sheringham, and the England striker held off the dual challenge of Petit and Tony Adams before teasing a little lay-off back into the path of his midfield colleague. What followed was nothing short of world class as Beckham sent an unstoppable curling shot wide off David Seaman and into the corner of the Arsenal net. It was the first time the England goalkeeper had been beaten for seven games, and the first time his team had found themselves trailing in a match since the third round of this competition. It was also Beckham’s first goal against the Gunners, and he could not have asked for a better one. That goal upped the tempo still further and within five minutes Bergkamp almost equalised with a goal of almost equal class. Cutting in from the right, the Dutchman glided past three challenges and into the box before poking a shot towards the far corner of Peter Schmeichel’s net. However, the big Dane dived full length to his right to palm away the ball one-handed. By now the players had forgotten any feelings of weariness after Sunday’s exertions and it was United who were threatening to put the game beyond the reach of Arsene Wenger’s men. Three times in as many minutes they came close to extending their lead, firstly though a Nicky Butt shot which was charged down by Martin Keown, and then twice through Sheringham who was wide of the mark on both occasions, once with a flashing left-foot drive and once with a glancing header. But as the tempo rose, so too did the tempers and referee David Elleray was forced to brandish four yellow cards in seven minutes – to Stam, Keown, Keane and Beckham – as the tackles began to fly. And as the game ebbed and flowed it was Arsenal who threatened just before the break, with Petit forcing a good save from Schmeichel and Anelka shooting wide from close range after a powerful burst into the box. Not surprisingly there was something of a lull immediately after the interval, but when the game burst back into life it more than lived up to its pre-match billing. And it was United who were showing the determination to put the game beyond doubt. Solskjaer missed a golden chance after being sent clear by Keane when he screwed his left-foot shot horribly wide of the far post, and then Blomqvist forced Seaman into a fine save as the Reds set about the task of finding a killer second goal. Beckham, too, had a chance to seal things, but he fired over after some neat work by Solskjaer, and then the little Norwegian was again denied by Seaman as he held off the challenge of Keown only to see his fierce shot stick to the Arsenal keeper’s body. However, after a concerted spell of pressure and several squandered opportunities, United were made to pay for the failings in front of goal when they were hit by a cruel equaliser after 68 minutes. Credit to Bergkamp for finding some rare space and for having the courage of his convictions to shoot from almost 30 yards, but the deflection his effort took off Stam gave Schmeichel absolutely no chance as the ball changed direction and zipped into the corner of the net. And when Keane was dismissed five minutes later – for the third time in his career by referee Elleray – for a second cautionable challenge, the balance of power looked to have swung firmly in Arsenal’s favour. But for all their possession, the Londoners managed just one decent effort on goal in the closing minutes, which Schmeichel saved from Bergkamp, as the clock ticked towards extra-time. Indeed, a minute and a half of stoppage time had already elapsed when Ray Parlour's determined run took him into the box where he was felled by the tired challenge of Phil Neville. Mr Elleray had no hesitation in pointing to the spot and Bergkamp stepped up with the chance to book his dream ticket to the Twin Towers. Schmeichel, though, was equal to the challenge and his diving save will long be remembered, most notably by the crestfallen Dutchman. The first period of extra-time predictably followed the same pattern as the closing stages of normal time, with Arsenal pressing forward and United proving that they have the bottle to complement their brilliance as they battled to stay on terms. Overmars wasted a couple of openings for the Gunners, but when the score remained level after the first half of added time you sensed that this match would be decided by penalties. That would have been a harsh way to separate two such determined sides, but the lottery was avoided with a few seconds of breathtaking brilliance. Ryan Giggs is one of the most recognised footballers in the world and last night he scored a goal which will be seen all over the world and hailed as a work of genius. Truly, it was a goal fit to win any football match.
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