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This Issue:
1. Marseilles - United TV report by Terry
2. UNITED GO DOWN IN MARSEILLE Olympique Marseille 1 Manchester United 0
3. GALLAS GOAL STOPS UNITED RECORD BID  Marseille 1-0 Manchester Utd
4. WE WERE PUNISHED, ADMITS FERGIE
5. United ready to enter the transfer market in an attempt to sign Unai
6. Manchester United to Land on Mars!!!!!!

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MANCHESTER UNITED DAILY NEWS Wednesday 20th Oct 1999:

Barry Comment:
A solitary strike from William Gallas in the 69th minute gave Marseille
victory in France and end United's undefeated run in Europe just short 
of Ajax?s European record. More in todays edition

ECL Group D  ** Manchester United **
Olympique de Marseille * NK Croatia Zagreb * SK Sturm Graz

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

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Mark Bosnich's Personal Details 
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MANCHESTER UNITED STATS v ALL teams on the Web
http://www.red11.org/mufc/stats.htm

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

*** FIXTURES ON 23/10/99 ***
         Aston Villa  v  Wimbledon
       Bradford City  v  Leicester City
             Chelsea  v  Arsenal
 Sheffield Wednesday  v  Coventry City
         Southampton  v  Liverpool
   Tottenham Hotspur  v  Manchester United

*** FIXTURES ON 24/10/99 ***
             Everton  v  Leeds United
             Watford  v  Middlesbrough
     West Ham United  v  Sunderland


*** RESULTS AND ATTENDANCES ON 17/10/99 ***
       Middlesbrough   2-0   West Ham United       31,862


*** RESULTS AND ATTENDANCES ON 18/10/99 ***

          Sunderland   2-1   Aston Villa           41,045



*** CONDENSED LEAGUE TABLE AS AT 18/10/99 ***

Pos Team                  P   W   D   L   F   A   GD  Pts
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 1  Leeds United         11   8   1   2  21  12    9   25
 2  Manchester United    11   7   3   1  27  16   11   24
 3  Sunderland           11   7   2   2  20   9   11   23
 4  Arsenal              11   7   1   3  17  10    7   22
 5  Leicester City       11   6   2   3  19  14    5   20
 6  Chelsea               9   6   1   2  15   4   11   19
 7  Everton              11   5   2   4  17  14    3   17
 8  Tottenham Hotspur    10   5   2   3  17  14    3   17
 9  Aston Villa          11   5   2   4  12  11    1   17
10  West Ham United       9   5   1   3  11   8    3   16
11  Middlesbrough        11   5   0   6  13  15   -2   15
12  Liverpool            10   4   2   4  11  10    1   14
13  Coventry City        11   3   3   5  16  15    1   12
14  Southampton          10   3   2   5  17  21   -4   11
15  Wimbledon            11   2   5   4  17  25   -8   11
16  Watford              11   3   0   8   7  15   -8    9
17  Derby County         11   2   3   6  10  19   -9    9
18  Bradford City        10   2   2   6   6  16  -10    8
19  Newcastle United     11   2   1   8  21  27   -6    7
20  Sheffield Wednesday  11   1   1   9   8  27  -19    4


 NEXT MATCHES
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23-OCT-1999 [15:00] Manchester Utd. vs Spurs  (FA Premier League, AWAY)
27-OCT-1999 [19:45] Manchester Utd. vs NK Croatia  (UEFA Champions League, AWAY)
30-OCT-1999 [15:00] Manchester Utd. vs Aston Villa  (FA Premier League, HOME)
02-NOV-1999 [19:45] Manchester Utd. vs Sturm Graz  (UEFA Champions League, HOME)

The line-up for the testimonial game is:
Eric Cantona		Peter Schmeichel
Zinedine Zidane		Gabriel Batistuta
Paul Gascoigne 		Juninho
George Weah		Alessandro Costacurta
Christian Ziege		Lillian Thuram
Roberto Mancini		John Collins

*** TEAM RESULTS - MANCHESTER UNITED - 

UNITED Stats v All teams:
http://www.red11.org/mufc/stats/
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.
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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   [RED LEGENDS]      
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     -    ?  

23/10/99    Tottenham Hotspur        Away PL   15.00 
27/10/99    Croatia Zagreb           Away EC   19.45
30/10/99    Aston Villa              home PL   15.00
 2/11/99    Sturm Graz               Home EC   19.45 
 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
 4/12/99    Everton                  Home PL   15.00
 8/12/99    ?     EC
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
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 JAN 05-14  Brazil WTC [3-4 games]
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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
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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  ?   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 Final

http://www.red11.org/mufc/match.htm

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Subject: Marseilles - United TV report by Terry I suppose we were doomed to defeat as soon as the first postings appeared on the list about United being about to equal Ajax's unbeaten run in Euro competition. And it was a pity to go down to a team that is not much better than average. Still, no harm real is done: Sturm Graz miraculously beat Zagreb so we still have a three-point cushion over the third-placed team. A draw in Zagreb must surely be enough assuming Graz don't pull off another miracle at Old Trafford. Bozzie seems to have lost a few grammes unless it was just the effect of his cunningly crafted yellow and black jersey, with the black bits up the side making him look a lot slimmer than he probably is.(I might try something like that too.) He had a fairly quiet first half but did pull off an excellent save from Pires after half an hour parrying the ball away for a corner. A minute later, he dived to gather the ball from the corner and made a clean catch. His kicking, though, was again a bit wayward with the main recipient of his clearances being a Monsieur Pierre Lefromage in Row Z. On the whole, we looked defensively very confident with Berg and Stam teaming up well.I was less impressed by Denis and Phizza Neville. Mr Reliable always looks better on the left and, as we're always being told what a fine two-footed player Neville Junior is, I don't see why Fergie doesn't play him on the right with Dinnnis back home on the left. In midfield, Scholes and Keano also combined well but Paul's latish tackles from behind are pointless as continental refs will always blow (even when, half the time, the opposition is dropping to the turf for no apparent reason). Scholes duly got booked for a late challenge although replays showed he clearly got to the ball and did not ttouch the player. That didn't stop the Frogs getting all excited about it. They are really are a cheating bunch of divers, the finest example of which was the sod who got Becks booked towards the end of the second half. (Still, it'll give the Daily Mirror another three-inch high 'Petulant Beckham' headline.) Up front, all was as quiet as the grave. Apart from an early flourish, Becks hardly got s touch of the ball as the play always seemed to be flowing through our centre then out to the left, where Giggsy was waiting to go on a run that would ultimately lead nowhere. Fergie needs to get Becks involved a bit more. A draw looked about right at half time although Marseilles had dominated possession. The closest they came was when Ravanelli dived to gain a free kick which he shot just wide of Bozzo's left post (with Bozzo arriving at the same post about seven minutes later). Marseilles certainly looked better when they were playing one-twos down the middle rather than the long ball that Jaap and Berg just ate up. On a couple of occasions our central midfield was caught napping by a quick interchange of passes. We started the second half in the mood and Keano came close with a shot just past the post, but soon settled down to soaking up the pressure again. Bozzo made another goodish save early on after a weak Ravanelli shot, but there were plenty of warning signs that Marseilles were starting to be a bit more imaginative in attack. Unlike our own attack, which was looking a bit static, especially Yorkie, who has yet to find last season's dynamic form. Then, out of nothing, Marseilles scored. Andy Cole gave away a free kick. A one-two was played by-passing Stam and Keane; Dinnis hesitated a split second thinking Berg would have a better chance of reaching the ball,but the damage was done. The Marseilles player picked up the return and rocketed it into the net. We'd obviously been content to have a draw, but now we had to show a bit of character. We didn't disappoint and the question is, I suppose, why couldn't we have shown more attacking flair when the score was 0-0? For the remaining 15 minutes or so, we pressed forward for the equaliser. Ole came on for Berg on 82 minutes and his first action almost brought a goal but the goalie stretched his fingers to parry the ball away. In the last minute of injury time (yes,the usual) we looked to have scored but the ref ruled it offside. It certainly looked offside as 5 United players were standing in an offside position as the ball was headed into the net. However, it was a very very close decision. Replays showed that, at the moment Becks took the free kick, no United players were obviously offside. Level with a defender perhaps, but not in front of him. Well,you can't win 'em all. So no major damage done. I understand that it doesn't make any difference if a team finishes first or second in the group as there is no seeding in the next group stage. Can anyone confirm that? I certainly think we might have a job topping the group now,but the second spot still looks good. And now I must dash to see Barca beat the Arse 2-4. Oh dear oh dear :-))) ________________ Terry Saudi
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Subject: UNITED GO DOWN IN MARSEILLE Olympique Marseille 1 Manchester United 0 Action at the Velodrome got under way with inspirational captain Roy Keane, Henning Berg and Ryan Giggs all restored to United's line-up and Mark Bosnich in goal. The home side enjoyed the bulk of the early possession, but other than a scare after three minutes when Jaap Stam put his keeper under pressure with a poor back pass the English side looked solid enough. Giggs signalled his intentions on the quarter hour, racing down the left flank and whipping in a decent cross which the Marseille defence did well to clear under pressure from Dwight Yorke. The visitors had their opponents on the back foot again after 19 minutes when Yoyke broke quickly from the half-way line and found his strike partner Andy Cole. The ball found its way out to David Beckham who put in a trademark dangerous cross from the right wing which Stephane Porato was forced to punch clear. The passionate home support had cause to worry five minutes later when Beckham lined up a free-kick 25 yards from goal but his curling effort was dealt with comfortably by the keeper. Moments earlier the Reds had a scare however when Stephane Dalmat broke into the United half and tried to free Fabrizio Ravanelli, but the White Feather didn't read his team-mate's intentions and the attack broke down. Olympique got in all right on the half hour when Robert Pires dashed through the heart of the United ranks after playing a neat one-two with Ravanelli and fired in a shot which Bosnich did well to push away. By this stage the game certainly wasn't resembling the sort of tight European affair that we've come to expect in this competition, with both sides finding plenty of space in the opposing half. Pires was becoming a real handful for Alex Ferguson's defence, but it was Ravenelli who had United fans' hearts in their mouths in the 40th minute when his fierce free-kick from over 25 yards out whistled inches wide of Bosnich's left upright. There were fun and games just before the break when Paul Scholes went in heavily on Peter Luccin from behind - a challenge which sparked a scuffle involving most of the players on the pitch. Scholes received a yellow card once the referee had restored order and former Blackburn Rovers defender Sebastien Perez joined the United midfielder in the book for his part in the retaliation, in what proved to be the last meaningful action of the first 45 minutes. There was no let up in pace after the break as the end-to-end action continued. Ravanelli and Pires were still looking a dangerous up front for Olympique - yet it was another poor back-pass, this time by Beckham, that put Bosnich under most pressure after 55 minutes. Still the home side were unable to create too many clear cut opportunities and they changed things round after the hour mark, replacing Frederic Brando with Ivan de la Pena. GOAL - WILLIAM GALLAS. Disaster for the English treble holders after 69 minutes as Gallas links up well with Dalmat, cuts into the United box and scoops a shot past the helpless Bosnich. After a Dalmat shot is well saved by Bosnich soon after the breakthrough, United picked up the pace and began to push more bodies forward. Keane almost latched onto a Beckham pass with the Red Devils desperate to get on level terms. The home side brought on Florian Maurice for Ravanelli after 74 minutes, for a pair of fresh pair of legs for the home side. It was Giggs, after 77 minutes, who tried to engineer a much needed opening for United, sending a decent-looking cross in towards Cole but Olympique guided the ball back to Porato with the visitors' appeals for a back-pass falling on deaf ears. Dalmat almost settled issues a few minutes later, but pulled his shot across Bosnich's goal. And while the score is still only 1-0 United will fancy their chances of another late comeback. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaces Henning Berg - a striker for a defender - as United look for a late equaliser. With time running out Beckham's frustration got the better of him and he became the third player booked in the 86th minute for a late tackle on Pires. Solskjaer almost made an immediate impact, forcing a terrific save from excellent save from Porato. And with only two minutes remaining Marseille decided to make another substitution, Loris Reina replacing the impressive Dalmat. It was almost game set and match to Marseille with the game deep into stoppage time when Reina had a great chance to make it 2-0 but couldn't find the target. The holders then had the ball in the net with seconds remaining, only for the linesman's flag to rule out Solskjaer's header from a Beckham free-kick. But it was not to be United's night as the home fans greeted the final whistle with a crescendo of noise. Marseille v Manchester United Marseille: Porato, Blondeau, Gallas, Berizzo, Perez, Issa, Brando, Dalmat, Luccin, Pires, Ravanelli. Subs: Trevisan, De La Pena, Belmadi, Maurice, Diawara, Bakayoko, Reina. Man Utd: Bosnich, Irwin, Stam, Berg, Neville, Giggs, Keane, Scholes, Beckham, Cole, Yorke. Subs: Van Der Gouw, Higginbottom, Clegg, Butt, Cruyff, Solskjaer, Greening. Referee: Hellmut Krug (Germany)
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Subject: GALLAS GOAL STOPS UNITED RECORD BID Marseille 1-0 Manchester Utd By Harry Pratt Manchester United fell one hurdle short in their bid to set the longest unbeaten run in the history of European Cup competiton as Marseille became the first side to defeat the Reds in 19 matches. Sadly, Andy Cole's hopes of equalling the club record of 14 European goals by Denis Law also went begging on a night when Sir Alex Ferguson's defending champions never fired on all cylinders, failing to master the conditions on a dreadful evening on the south coast of France. Those who went on holiday in the region during the summer months would not have recognised the fishing-port city, so dreary was the weather, the incessant rain in the daytime making the pitch very heavy and hardly condusive to fluent football. Hence, the complete lack of it in an opening half that Marseille gradually assumed control of and pushed back United, who were saved on three occasions by the lightening reflexes of Mark Bosnich. The Aussie keeper, in for a third game in a row, more than justified that with a brillaint stop in the 30th minute from Pires after a one-two with Ravenelli had sliced open the defence. And after the Italian forward, known on these shores for that one very poor season at Middlesbrough, had clipped a free-kick inches wide of Bosnish's left hand, the keeper had to be at his most alert to keep out another fine effort from the silver-haired Raveanelli. Ar that point, United had barely been out of their half, cleare,lky intent on leaving no gaps at the back for the French to exploit. When they did break out, it was Cole and Yorke who were the biggest danger but a shot apiece during those first 45 minutes illustrated how hard it was for Fergie's men. That job became a great deal tougher and more arduous after the interval as Marseille took the lead with the best move of the match. Left back Gallas cut in from the flank, set up a wonderful wall pass off the Pires and then, having gone beyond Hennign Berg and Jaap Stam, rifled a beauty past Bosnich with the outside of his right foot. Unstoppable. United had to step up the pace now. And they did. Yet it was all too little too late. After super-sub Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had been denied by a great save from a 30 yard rocket, United appeared to be robbed of perfectly-good equaliser when Stam's header found the net in the 90th minute only for one of United's four players in the clear to be blown for offside. It looked a good call at first - but the action replay showed no United man was in front of the final defender when David Beckham swung in the free-kick. Still, perhaps a draw would have been unjust on the French team, who showed their efforts at Old Trafford three weeks earlier, when they led up until the final seconds only too lose 2-1, were no fluke. The best piece of news came after the final whistle as the 1-0 defeat of their main group rivals for second place, Croatia Zagreb, who United go to next week, to unfancied Sturm Graz. Marseille: Porato, Blondeau, Gallas, Berizzo, Perez, Issa, Brando, Dalmat, Luccin, Pires, Ravanelli. Subs: Trevisan, De La Pena, Belmadi, Maurice, Diawara, Bakayoko, Reina. Man Utd: Bosnich, Irwin, Stam, Berg, Neville, Giggs, Keane, Scholes, Beckham, Cole, Yorke. Subs: Van Der Gouw, Higginbottom, Clegg, Butt, Cruyff, Solskjaer, Greening. Referee: Hellmut Krug (Germany)
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Subject: WE WERE PUNISHED, ADMITS FERGIE Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson blamed a costly loss of concentration for his side's 1-0 Champions League defeat in Marseille on Tuesday night. United still remain in a strong position in Group D despite William Gallas's winner after 69 minutes. "We lost concentration and we deserved to be punished for it," said Ferguson. "To be honest I thought we defended reasonably well for most of the game and I felt we had plenty in the locker. Once we lost the goal we picked up the pace of the game. He added: "They (Marseille) are a good side and some of their football was good at times, but for most of the game we held them well." United keeper Mark Bosnich made the most of his first team call-up to offer suggestions that he was written off by the critics after Ferguson dropped him. Bosnich told ONdigital: "The defence played really well and they made my job easier." On his first team prospects, Bosnich said: "It is not up to me. All I can do is work hard and play to the best of my ability."
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Subject: United ready to enter the transfer market in an attempt to sign Unai Manchester United are ready to enter the transfer market in an attempt to end their defensive problems and sign Spanish Under 21 international centre back Unai in a 3mGBP deal. With Ronny Johnsen out for the season and David May and Gary Neville recovering from injury, United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is desperate for defensive cover and sees the powerful Unai as the player to fill the void. Ferguson sent his brother Martin on a scouting mission to Spain last week to watch the 6ft 4in Unai play for his club Merida and is ready to make his move after receiving a favourable report. The 20-year-old Unai, a Basque who has attracted interest from a host of top European clubs including Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, is keen to play in England and a deal could be sealed by the end of the week. Unai has not played in European competition this season and would be eligible to play a part in United's Champions League title defence. Brazil striker Edilson was also linked with an 8mGBP move to Old Trafford yesterday after claiming to have had talks with United officials. United are believed to have made checks on Edilson and his Corinthians team-mate Vampeta in recent weeks after being told that both Brazilians are available. Midfielder Vampeta has also attracted interest from Inter Milan and is weighing up an offer from the Italian giants but Edilson has made it clear he is keen to join United at the end of the season. 'I was hoping to keep it quiet but I can confirm that talks are under way with Manchester United,' he said. 'There is a possibility that something could happen in time for the start of next season. 'I would like to play for United. I feel ready to leave Brazil and try a new challenge.'
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Subject: Manchester United to Land on Mars!!!!!! Sent to by AshcroPN@pebio.com Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 07:47:38 -0700 Manchester United football Club name added to CD ROM being taken to MARS by 2001 lander. Perhaps there is a team out there that can challenge the mighty Reds ! http://spacekids.hq.nasa.gov/2001/getcert3.cfm?uid=836108 Mars 2001 Lander Participation Certificate Presented to Manchester United Football Club (MUFC) On October 19, 1999 Thank you for joining us on this mission of exploration and discovery. A compact disc bearing your name will be mounted on the Mars 2001 Lander, which along with the Orbiter and Rover will help us explore the ancient highlands of Mars. Together, we will journey into space to discover and understand the many wonders of our universe. Dr. Edward J. Weiler Associate Administrator Office of Space Science Certificate No. 836108
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