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Date: Mon 15 Nov 1999 24:41 GMT
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This Issue:
1. Bozzo down under
2. Reserves win at last! - official site
3. Silvestre interview
4. Neville's eyes wide open on both sides - Online Telegraph
5. Rio official calls for greater security & Let's all laugh at ... Online Telegraph
6. Fergie's transfer foray on hold
7. Australian REDS Registered on our Age survey



Barry Comment:
The famous Best Law Chaarlton pic requested a few days back
is now running at 
Thanks to Pete Hargeaves, Manchester.

BIFFO'S tribute to that great night in Barcelona, cool links to 
Man United and other Champions League sites. 
Players gallery, post match chatroom. 
Taken from The Worldwide Manchester United Fans Webring - 400+ RED sites!

The BBC will broadcast live coverage of Manchester United's World Team
Championship challenge in Brazil.

Manchester United FC Champions League Squad List
 1 Mark John Bosnich      2 Gary Alexander Neville 3 Dennis Joseph Irwin
 4 David May              6 Jakob Stam             7 David Robert J Beckham
 8 Nicholas Butt          9 Andrew Alex. Cole      10 Edward Sheringham
11 Ryan Joseph Giggs     12 Philip Neville         14 Johan Jordi Cruyff
15 Lars Jesper Blomqvist 16 Roy Keane           17 Raimond RJH Van der Gouw
18 Paul Scholes          19 Dwight Yorke           20 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
21 Henning Berg          23 Michael Jamie Clegg    25 Josť Quinton Fortune
26 Massimo Taibi         31 Nicholas James Culkin  33 Mark Antony Wilson
34 Jonathan Greening

FINAL Group D          P W D L  F A  PTS
Manchester United FC   6 4 1 1  9  4  13 
Olympique de Marseille 6 3 1 2 10  8  10 
SK Sturm Graz          6 2 0 4  5 12   6 
NK Croatia Zagreb      6 1 2 3  7  7   5 

Second stage Euro Draw  GROUP B
Manchester United Valencia Bordeaux Fiorentina
Tues Nov 23 
Group B: Fiorentina v Manchester United 
Group B: Valencia v Girondins Bordeaux 
Wed Dec 8 
Group B: Girondins Bordeaux v Fiorentina 
Group B: Manchester United v Valencia 
Wed Mar 1 
Group B: Manchester United v Girondins Bordeaux 
Group B: Fiorentina v Valencia 
Tues Mar 7  
Group B: Girondins Bordeaux v Manchester United 
Group B: Valencia v Fiorentina 
Wed Mar 15 
Group B: Manchester United v Fiorentina 
Group B: Girondins Bordeaux v Valencia 
Tuesday, March 21 
Group B: Fiorentina v Girondins Bordeaux 
Group B: Valencia v Manchester United 

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 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!


Pos Team                  P   W   D   L   F   A   GD  Pts
 1  Manchester United    14   9   3   2  33  19   14   30
 2  Leeds United         14   9   2   3  26  18    8   29
 3  Sunderland           14   8   4   2  24  12   12   28
 4  Arsenal              14   8   2   4  21  14    7   26
 5  Liverpool            14   7   3   4  18  12    6   24
 6  Tottenham Hotspur    13   7   2   4  23  18    5   23
 7  Leicester City       14   7   2   5  23  19    4   23
 8  Middlesbrough        14   7   1   6  19  18    1   22
 9  Chelsea              12   6   2   4  18  10    8   20
10  Everton              14   5   4   5  23  21    2   19
11  West Ham United      13   5   3   5  12  11    1   18
12  Aston Villa          14   5   3   6  13  16   -3   18
13  Coventry City        14   4   5   5  21  16    5   17
14  Southampton          13   4   4   5  20  23   -3   16
15  Wimbledon            14   3   7   4  21  27   -6   16
16  Newcastle United     14   3   3   8  24  28   -4   12
17  Bradford City        13   3   3   7  11  21  -10   12
18  Derby County         14   3   3   8  13  24  -11   12
19  Watford              14   3   1  10  10  24  -14   10
20  Sheffield Wednesday  14   1   3  10  10  32  -22    6

HIGHEST HOME ATTENDANCE: 25/09/99 - Southampton (55,249)
LOWEST HOME ATTENDANCE:  11/08/99 - Sheffield Wednesday (54,941)
BEST WIN:                11/08/99 - Sheffield Wednesday (4-0)
                         30/08/99 - Newcastle United (5-1)
HEAVIEST DEFEAT:         03/10/99 - Chelsea (0-5)
BEST HOME WIN:           11/08/99 - Sheffield Wednesday (4-0)
                         30/08/99 - Newcastle United (5-1)
BEST AWAY WIN:           22/08/99 - Arsenal (2-1)
                         25/08/99 - Coventry City (2-1)
                         11/09/99 - Liverpool (3-2)
HEAVIEST AWAY DEFEAT:    03/10/99 - Chelsea (0-5)

20-NOV-1999 [15:00] Manchester Utd. vs Derby C  (FA Premier League, AWAY)
23-NOV-1999 [19:45] Manchester Utd. vs Fiorentina  (UEFA Champions League, AWAY)
30-NOV-1999 [10:00] Manchester Utd. vs Palmeiras  (Inter Continental Cup, AWAY)
04-DEC-1999 [15:00] Manchester Utd. vs Everton  (FA Premier League, HOME)
08-DEC-1999 [19:45] Manchester Utd. vs Valencia  (UEFA Champions League, HOME)


UNITED Stats v All teams:
ALL FIXTURES at: http://www.red11.org/mufc/fix992000.htm
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   pre-season  W  2-0     -    60,000
18/07/99    Sydney    Australia   pre-season  W  1-0     -    78,000
21/07/99    Shanghai  Shenhua     pre-season  W  2-0     -    80,000
24/07/99    Hong Kong South China pre-season  W  2-0     -    40,000

 1/08/99    Arsenal   Wembley Charity Shield  L  1-2     -    70,185
 3/08/99    Omagh Town Omagh Bomb Fund        W  9-0     -     7,000
 4/08/99    Wigan Athletic friendly           W  2-0     -    15,000 
08/08/99    Everton                  Away PL  D  1-1    10    39,141
11/08/99    Sheffield Wednesday      Home PL  W  4-0     3    54,941
14/08/99    Leeds United             Home PL  W  2-0     1    55,187
22/08/99    Arsenal                  Away PL  W  2-1     1    38,147
25/08/99    Coventry City            Away PL  W  2-1     1    22,024 
27/08/99    Monaco - Lazio               ESC  L  0-1     -    15,223
30/08/99    Newcastle United         Home     W  5-1     1    55,190
11/09/99    Liverpool                Away     W  3-2     1    44,929
14/09/99    Croatia Zagreb           Home EC  D  0-0     -    53,250
18/09/99    Wimbledon                Home     D  1-1     1    55,189
22/09/99    Sturm Graz               Away EC  W  3-0     -    16,480
25/09/99    Southampton              Home     D  3-3     1    55,249
29/09/99    Marseille                Home EC  W  2-1     -    54,276
 3/10/99    Chelsea                  Away PL  L  0-5     2    34,909
11/10/99    Sir Alex Testimonial     Home F   L  2-4  LEGENDS 54,842      
13/10/99    Aston Villa              Away WC3 L  0-3     -    33,815
16/10/99    Watford                  Home PL  W  4-1     2    55,188
19/10/99    Marseille                Away EC  L  0-1     -    57,745 
23/10/99    Tottenham Hotspur        Away     L  1-3     3    36,072
27/10/99    Croatia Zagreb           Away EC  W  2-1     -    30,000
30/10/99    Aston Villa              Home PL  W  3-0     2    55,211
 2/11/99    Sturm Graz               Home EC  W  2-1     -    53,745 
 6/11/99    Leicester City           Home PL  W  2-0     1    55,191

20/11/99    Derby County             Away PL   15.00
23/11/99    AC Fiorentina            Away EC   19.45
pp 27/11/99 ? Sheffield Wednesday  Away PL *No new date yet
30/11/99    Tokyo  Palmeiras         WCC       20.00
 4/12/99    Everton                  Home PL   15.00
 8/12/99    Valencia CF              Home EC   19.45
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
 JAN 05-14  Brazil WTC [3-4 games]
06/01/2000  Necaxa (Mexico)          Neut WTC  16.00
08/01/2000  Vasco da Gama (Brazil)   Away WTC  16.00
11/01/2000  South Melbourne (Australia) N WTC  16.00
22/01/2000  Arsenal                  Home PL   15.00
 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
 1/03/2000  FC Girondins de Bordeaux Home EC   19.45 
 4/03/2000  Liverpool                Home PL   15.00
 7/03/2000  FC Girondins de Bordeaux Away EC   19.45 
11/03/2000  Derby County             Home PL   15.00
15/03/2000  AC Fiorentina            Home EC   19.45
18/03/2000  Leicester City           Away PL   15.00
21/03/2000  Valencia CF              Away EC   19.45 
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 Final



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Bozzo down under Bozzo had a very good game for Oz in the 0-2 loss to Brazil yesterday. Several top shot stopping saves - one after having to move back into the goal, having blocked a long ranger, to lift a powerful drive from well inside the box over the bar. Downside - went off near the end and was seen with strapping around his left thigh sitting on the bench. Cheers, David Marshall
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Reserves win at last! - official site 13-NOV-1999 Hattrick Healy boosts Reds David Healy scored a second half hat-trick as United's Reserves defeated Everton's seconds at Gigg Lane on Saturday morning. 2-0 down with 27 minutes to play, Healy's three goals, plus one from Jonathan Greening, saw United triumph 4-2 over their Merseyside rivals.
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365 Silvestre interview The highlight surely has to be the bit about why he chose United over Liverpool: Liverpool used to be big but aren't any more; United are huge. He's showing a lot of promise! Has it been hard to settle in English football - does your style suit the Premier League? "It hasn't been too hard to settle down. It is a bit easier for me here than in Italy because United play 4-4-2, which I played at the beginning of my career in France. At Inter, we played 3-5-2 and I was often asked to be the fifth man in midfield, a role I didn't like. We also played a man-to-man system which takes some getting used to - here it is zonal, which I prefer." Did you speak to Eric Cantona before signing for United? "No, he doesn't talk very much to anyone! I did speak to him when he came here for Alex Ferguson's testimonial but it wa only to say hello and not much more." Was it difficult to choose United over Liverpool, with all of the French connections at Anfield? "It wasn't a difficult decision because, although Liverpool were a big club in the past, they are no more. United are a huge club of the present. When I arrived, we had three competitions to play in and, although we are out of one (referring to United going out of the Worthington Cup - there will still be plenty of games so everyone will get a chance to play. I'm also looking forward to playing in the clubs' World Cup in Brazil - that was an attraction." You've had a tough start at United. Does this place extra pressure on you to meet the expectations of the management and fans? "I am satisfied with my start. When I arrived, I went straight into the team because of the injury problems and I've stayed in, so I must have played OK. I have played every league game since I arrived, although I have had to miss the European matches. I'm looking forward to getting involved in the Champions League, although I still have to sit out the next two games." Having come from a top Italian team to a top English team, have you noticed a marked difference in the preparation for games in terms of diet, training or tactics? "I prefer the way things are done here. In Italy, we had to go away to a hotel for two or three days before every match and it meant that I was hardly ever at home. Here, we meet up at midday for a 3pm kick-off and then the manager goes through all of his plans. In Italy, we had to eat the same things all the time and it was really boring - it's true that you should watch what you eat before games but the Italians take it too far." Do you think that United can win the clubs' World Cup? "I'm really looking forward to playing against new teams from different continents like the Australians, the Brazilians and the Mexicans. I think we can win it - we are certainly going there to win it, otherwise there would be no point in going all the way to Brazil!" Having played against a lot of the best strikers in the world, who gave you the hardest time? "It's difficult to say. Nobody in particular sticks in my mind, although I wouldn't have liked to play against Ronaldo. Thankfully at Inter we had most of the best strikers - as well as Ronaldo we had Baggio, Zamorano and others. In general, I don't like playing against small, quick players. I prefer the bigger, physical front men." Has the lack of continuity in the United back five made it harder for you to settle? "No, I don't think you can blame that. Defending is the responsibility of the whole team so it is unfair to single out people or positions. Jaap Stam is the 'leader' of the defence and he does an excellent job of organising us." Sir Fergie has a reputation for being volatile - what is he like when things aren't going well? "When we lose, like at Chelsea, he gets very angry. I don't always understand him when he is speaking normally so, when he yells, it is even more difficult for me! If he feels that an individual mistake has cost us a goal, he won't hesitate to let the sinner know how he feels and that's only right in my opinion. I have been on the receiving end in the past for giving the ball away but, by pointing out mistakes, it makes me less likely to do so again in the future." Which United player has impressed you most in training? "Dwight Yorke. He is a complete player, great to watch and always smiling." How do all of the foreign players communicate in training and during matches? "We all speak English. I knew a bit before coming here from what I remember from school and holidays in the United States. Massimo Taibi had problems because he had never spoken the language before he came but he has made good progress since he arrived. Some of the other players occasionally try to speak French to me, the occasional 'Ca Va?' for example, and Mark Bosnich is actually quite good with French but almost all of the communication is done in English." What does Roy Keane bring to the team and what do you miss most when he doesnplay? "He gives us his Irish spirit! On the pitch, he doesn impossible not to follow the example he sets as captain. He wins so many tackles and, when you see him doing that, it creates an obligation to follow him." How have you found the atmosphere at Old Trafford in comparison with the San Siro? "It is completely different. In Italy they sing more - different songs for the whole match but here there is less singing. The support is absolute here. If a player makes a bad pass, I have never heard our fans boo or whistle him. At Inter, if you made the smallest mistake they would whistle you for the rest of the match. At Old Trafford they applaud virtually everything we do! Away matches are different, though. I have noticed the hostility wherever we have played. There is a strong anti-Manchester United feeling and all of the fans seem to be very angry with us."
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Neville's eyes wide open on both sides - Online Telegraph SIR ALEX FERGUSON'S first sight of Manchester United was a Coronation Cup match against Rangers at Hampden Park, an experience that left a "magical" impression on the adolescent Glaswegian. Shortly after lunch today, Ferguson's own youngsters, their club red swapped for international white, enter the home of Scottish football determined to cast their own spell. Ferguson, so proud of his heritage that his mobile rings to Scotland the Brave, has moulded English talent that could prove his country's nemesis. David Beckham and Paul Scholes will surely start and Phil Neville should also perform an influential role, lending mobility and tackling to England's midfield while shadowing Craig Burley, Scotland's adventurous right wing back. As well as giving England an experience accumulated over 20 internationals and half a decade of European campaigns, Neville's deployment ahead of the unproven Steve Guppy and untried Stephen Froggatt allows England to change tactics mid-match. If Tony Adams and Kevin Keegan decide to revert to a back four, Neville can drop deeper while Martin Keown pushes into the right back zone. Only 22 but almost five years on since his United debut, Neville possesses that precious quality of adaptability. "With me being able to play right back or left back, it gives the manager options," said Neville. "I came on against Belgium and played wing back and I'm comfortable there as well. "As a wing back I like playing on the right because the emphasis is to get on the outside. As a full-back I like playing at left back because I can support the play rather than having to play like a winger." A noted centre back in his youth, Neville's versatility also extends to other sports. As an England schoolboy cricketer, he opened the batting for Lancashire's second XI when John Crawley rose to the first team. But, in truth, all roads pointed to football's Old Trafford, particularly with brother Gary already in residence and their father, Neville, a respected figure within football at Bury. English cricket's loss has been English football's gain. His international potential confirmed during the 1997 Tournoi de France, Neville's development has been accelerated by immersion in the demanding rhythms of European football. "As a defender, the main thing you learn in the Champions' League is concentration," said Neville. "It was like in Marseilles this season. I was cruising really; they didn't even look like scoring, we switched off and they scored. That's what Continental teams do to you. You can be doing well in Europe and a split second later you can be 1-0 down." Only through disappointments against quick-breaking opponents like Juventus in the Alen Boksic era did United acquire the knowledge to live with the Italians last season. Growing pains were forgotten as United defeated Inter Milan and Juventus en route to last season's Champions' League title. European exposure has further opened Neville's eyes to international demands. The clampdown on challenges perceived as over-physical has manifested itself most fully in European football, encouraging players to re-think their approach to tackling. "I've gone through three or four games in Europe this year without making a tackle," said Neville. "As a defender that's strange because I like to be tackling. I feel that's part of my job but I came off the field not having made a tackle. It's more about interceptions and staying on your feet, making sure you don't make mistakes and not diving in whereas in the English game it's a lot faster. "If you do get into a tackle in England, you can get back up and get back at it. In Europe, once they've passed you they've gone and they've scored." The warning of 'don't go to ground' makes even greater sense against foreign teams. This afternoon, Neville will need all his quick reactions to track Burley, the energetic Celtic box-to-boxer reportedly interesting Derby County. "I first played against Craig Burley when he was a good midfielder for Chelsea," said Neville. "Since he's gone back to Scotland he's got a more important role at Celtic, becoming a more influential player. He looks to be playing some of the best football of his career, so he'll certainly be one to watch with his late runs into the box. "People are saying we are favourites to win but we've watched games of the Scottish teams and they give 110 per cent. They have got quality in there so we're not underestimating them. Their three central midfielders are good players and the front two just run their socks off all game. They won't give the defenders a minute's peace. "Scotland have a great team spirit. It will be a typical derby game where there'll be a couple of tackles flying early on. The first 20 minutes will be played at an unbelievable pace but there's enough quality on the field for it to be a good game as well." Neville has played in Glasgow before, even silencing an Ibrox crowd after heading the only goal of an under-15 international. Unlike in his schoolboy days at the crease, Neville has hardly troubled the scorers at football venues. He has only two other goals to his name, one in the Premiership (famously, at Chelsea) and the other arriving during last season's 5-0 thrashing of Brondby at Old Trafford. Ever since the draw was announced, and Ferguson emerged to inform his English charges that "Scotland have been given a bye", the banter has intensified at United. Ferguson, who has split his squad into England versus the Rest of the World for practice matches, has promised to wear a kilt to training should Scotland qualify. And if England progress? "He can fine or sack us," Neville laughed. "England v Scotland is billed as a cup final but at the end of the day, it's qualification for Euro 2000. If we don't qualify, then it's all our own fault with the form we've shown in the group." Spurred by Ferguson's players, England now have the chance to end an embarrassingly long period of under-achievement.
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Rio official calls for greater security & Let's all laugh at ... Online Telegraph MANCHESTER UNITED'S participation in the World Club Championship in Rio de Janeiro is causing serious security headaches and it could mean the British taxpayer will have to foot the bill. Geoff Cowling, Britain's consul-general in Rio, has warned the Government that he needs urgent help from Manchester police and extra staff and money to cope with United's arrival in January. His alarm has been caused by the fact that Greater Manchester Police have been steadily increasing their estimate of the number of United supporters expected to make the trip. In August, it was hardly anybody; by October, it had risen to around 600; now it is expected to be 1,500. Apart from what United fans might do in Rio - and their general record is very good - there is concern over what Rio might do to them. Not long ago, a British tourist was so badly beaten in a mugging on Copacabana Beach that one lung was detached from his ribcage. Then, on Monday, a French tourist was abducted and killed by a taxi driver as he was being driven from the airport to the city. Cowling has written to United recommending that if four jumbo jet-loads do come, then an officer from the Greater Manchester Police should come with them. But he also needs at least four additional consular staff from other British missions in Brazil, and the cost of flying them to Rio and looking after them will come to at least £5,000. Cowling is aware that the British press and the 2006 World Cup bidding team will be in Rio. Any incidents could damage Brazil's bid but could also have an impact on England's. This week Ken Merrett, the Manchester United secretary, and Steve McLaren, assistant to manager Sir Alex Ferguson, flew to Rio. What they discover could be crucial in making sure that Rio in January does not turn into a nightmare.
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Fergie's transfer foray on hold Sir Alex Ferguson faces a grilling at next week's annual meeting as to why the promised 'World star' has not arrived at Old Trafford. There may still plenty of transfer talk circulating Old Trafford, but it seems the rumour mongers had been working overtime when they predicted a move in the market before next week's annual meeting. Last week speculation was rife that Sir Alex Ferguson could be ready to add to his squad before the club's shareholders ask what happened to the big name he promised them in the summer. The United boss had said, after completing the treble, that he hoped to reward the fans by bringing in a World star. Any potential deals failed to materialised and the only close-season signings were Mark Bosnich who cost nothing, and Quinton Fortune the young South African signed from Atletico Madrid. Biggest signing this season has been Italian goalkeeper Massimo Taibi who cost £4 million in August, but his future looks uncertain. The Sicilian is currently in the Reserve side and due to play against Everton Reserves at Gigg Lane tomorrow as the majority of his first team colleagues are away on international duty. His much publicised errors in the games against Liverpool, Southampton and Chelsea have seen him slip out of the limelight and he is now third in line behind Bosnich and Raimond van der Gouw. As for the big name signing, United could be waiting until the UEFA curfew lifts in December before making a move for a player who would be eligible for the quarter-finals of the Champions' League.
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