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www.red11.org DAILY NEWS
Date: Fri Apr 23 02:12:35 GMT 1999
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

This Issue:
1. Big smiles all around the world
2. Reserves Result from OT Last Night
3. More on Juve from Terry in Saudi
5. United fury at ticket share-out
6. United chairman tightens his grip on the purse strings
7. Butt vows to seize Cup for missing colleagues


This day in UNITED History:  April 23

1973: Arnie Sidebottom made his debut against Sheffield United. A willowy
      Centre-half, Sidebottom made 20 appearances between 1973-75 and moved on
      to Huddersfield Town in January 1976. Also a cricketer, he played for
      Yorkshire and appeared in 1 Test Match for England against Australia in 1985.
1977: Goals from Steve Coppell and Jimmy Greenhoff see United beat
      Leeds United 2-1 in the FA Cup Semi-Final at Hillsborough watched by 55,000.
      Team was: Stepney, Nicholl, Houston, McIlroy, B.Greenhoff, Buchan, Coppell,
      J.Greenhoff, Pearson, Macari. Hill.


Bill's Daily Comment: 

Hope to see as many of you as possible in Sunny Spain the 26th May!

Calling Canadian Reds:
Liverpool-Man U on Sportsnet on Wed may 5th at 7.30 pm for the East Region
(Quebec + Maritimes). For the other regions check local listings. Enjoy.

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Important European Cup Ticket Info: (thanks to Mike)

UEFA Champions League final tickets information

The following has appeared on the UEFA website regarding tickets for the 
final.  Subject to the minor matter of beating Juventus next week, this is of 
particular interest to supporters outside England, since applications will 
not be accepted from the countries of competing clubs.   

UEFA Champions League final tickets information 
UEFA Champions League Final 
Venue Camp Nou (Estadi FC Barcelona), Barcelona, Spain 
Date Wednesday 26 May 1999 
Kick-Off 20.45 CET (19.45 GMT) 

Apart from ticket orders from supporters residing in the countries of the two 
finalist clubs - Manchester United FC (England) or Juventus FC (Italy) and 
Dynamo Kyiv (Ukraine) or FC Bayern München (Germany) - which, for security 
reasons, must be submitted to the clubs concerned, ticket orders for the 
general public irrespective of their country of residence can be ordered 
through the Real Federación Española de Fútbol (Spanish Football Federation).

Ticket Order Methods: Real Federación Española de Fútbol (RFEF)
Post Real Federación Española de Fútbol (RFEF)
Alberto Bosch, 13
E-29014 MADRID
Telephone ++34-91-369 5045
++34-91-369 4771
++34-91-369 4129 
Fax ++34-91-429 8428 
E-Mail rfef@tsai.es 
Closing Date Thursday 29 April 1999 

No supporter may purchase more than four tickets, subject to availability. 
Tickets are for personal use only, and must not be resold or used for 
commercial purposes. The Real Federación Española de Fútbol (Spanish Football 
Federation) may reject or reduce any ticket order considered to be 

Prices Pesetas 
Category 1 14,000 Ptas 
Category 2 10,000 Ptas 
Category 3 7,000 Ptas 
Category 4 4,500 Ptas 

Written confirmation - by fax or mail - will be forwarded on receipt of an 
order for tickets for this match, and the amount for the total price of the 
tickets will be transferred to the Banco Popular Español.
Account Number: 0075-0591-17-0600300602
Banco Popular Español, Agencia 51, Calle Ruiz de Alarcón 25, E-28014 MADRID


ALL Result/Fixture Index:

ALL the final fixtures for UNITED/Arse/Chelsea

ALL Results since 1886:


Coming Matches:
25 Leeds (A)  11.30 UK PL Live Sky Sports UK 

01 Aston Villa   (H) 15.00 PL
05 Liverpool     (A) 20.00 PL Live on Sky Sports UK
09 Middlesbrough (A) 16.00 PL Live on Sky Sports UK
12 Blackburn     (A) 20.00 PL Live on Sky Sports UK
16 Tottenham     (H) 16.00 PL Live on Sky Sports UK
22 Newcastle	 (N) FAC Final Wembley Live on Sky Sports UK
26 Bayern Munich (N) European Cup Final Nou Camp Barcelona



           Liverpool   0-1   Leicester City   36,019
 Sheffield Wednesday   1-1   Newcastle United 21,545



Pos Team                  P   W   D   L   F   A   GD  Pts
 1  Manchester United    32  19  10   3  72  32   40   67
 2  Arsenal              33  18  12   3  48  14   34   66
 3  Chelsea              33  17  13   3  49  26   23   64
 4  Leeds United         33  16  11   6  53  29   24   59
 5  Aston Villa          34  14  10  10  45  39    6   52
 6  West Ham United      34  14   9  11  39  41   -2   51
 7  Middlesbrough        34  12  14   8  46  42    4   50
 8  Derby County         33  12  11  10  37  41   -4   47
 9  Tottenham Hotspur    33  11  13   9  40  38    2   46
10  Liverpool            33  12   8  13  57  43   14   44
11  Newcastle United     34  11  10  13  45  49   -4   43
12  Leicester City       33  10  13  10  35  41   -6   43
13  Wimbledon            34  10  11  13  38  55  -17   41
14  Sheffield Wednesday  34  11   6  17  39  40   -1   39
15  Everton              34   9  10  15  31  41  -10   37
16  Coventry City        34  10   7  17  35  47  -12   37
17  Blackburn Rovers     33   7  11  15  35  46  -11   32
18  Charlton Athletic    34   7  11  16  36  48  -12   32
19  Southampton          34   8   7  19  31  63  -32   31
20  Nottingham Forest    34   4   9  21  30  66  -36   21

*** FIXTURES ON 24/04/99 ***
         Aston Villa  v  Nottingham Forest
    Blackburn Rovers  v  Liverpool
        Derby County  v  Southampton
             Everton  v  Charlton Athletic
      Leicester City  v  Coventry City
       Middlesbrough  v  Arsenal
   Tottenham Hotspur  v  West Ham United
           Wimbledon  v  Newcastle United

*** FIXTURES ON 25/04/99 ***
        Leeds United  v  Manchester United
 Sheffield Wednesday  v  Chelsea


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
17/04/99    Sheffield Wednesday      Home     W  3-0     1    55,270


       P   Won       Drawn     Lost      For        Against    Points
Home   17  12 (71%)  4 (24%)   1 (6%)    41 (2.4)   16 (0.9)   40 (2.4)
Away   15  7 (47%)   6 (40%)   2 (13%)   31 (2.1)   16 (1.1)   27 (1.8)

Total  32  19 (59%)  10 (31%)  3 (9%)    72 (2.3)   32 (1.0)   67 (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)


UEFA Champions League Final: Wednesday 26 May 1999
   Venue Camp Nou (Estadi FC Barcelona), Barcelona, Spain 
   Kick-Off 20.45 CET (19.45 GMT)   


Subject: Big smiles all around the world MANCHESTER, England (April 22, 1999 11:40 a.m. EDT http://www.sportserver.com) - The red half of Manchester -- and every other town and city in England where Manchester United fans live -- woke up with a big smile on its face on Thursday after United clinched a place in the European Cup Final for the first time since 1968. Wednesday's thrilling 3-2 victory over Juventus in Turin which gave United a 4-3 aggregate success to clinch their berth in the final against Bayern Munich in Barcelona on May 26, was United's second epic victory in seven days. A week ago they overcame Arsenal 2-1 with a superb display in an F.A. Cup semifinal replay -- and won again in Turin even without the injured Ryan Giggs whose brilliant winner at Villa Park put United into the F.A. Cup Final. The city could hardly contain its joy on Thursday with the Manchester Evening News proclaiming: "It's Party Time" The newspaper wrote: "It was the party to end all parties. The jubilant red army danced till they dropped as soon as the referee blew the final whistle after United's nail-biting victory. The dream has come true -- United in the European Cup Final for the first time in 31 years." United great Sir Bobby Charlton, who scored when Manchester United beat Benfica 4-1 to win the European Cup in 1968, and who is now a United director, was ecstatic. "I knew we had to do something special to win there," he said, "and I always felt we could do it. We deserved to win, we were the better team on the night and this is a marvellous achievement for the club and for English football. Now we must go on and win it." United's chief executive Martin Edwards echoed Sir Bobby's thoughts when he said: "I think without a doubt this is great for English football, it's great for the club and England as a whole." Manchester United have proved their maturity this season after reaching the semifinals of the European Cup in 1997 and the quarter-finals last season. Wednesday's match was their 25th without defeat in all competitions since they last lost 3-2 to Middlesbrough on December 19 -- and significantly their first ever win in Italy after 43 years of European competition. Alex Ferguson's team are already drawing comparisons with the great 1960s team of Denis Law, George Best and Charlton, but goalkeeper Alex Stepney, who played in the 1968 final, says it is impossible to really do so. "It's a different game now, much quicker than when we played and they train much harder too. We were very successful in our time, and they are successful now -- all I hope is they go on and win it." Ferguson, who said that Wednesday's win was the highlight of his managerial career so far, now has a chance to join the immortals of English soccer by bringing the European Cup back to Manchester. It took Sir Matt Busby 12 years from 1956 to 1968 to win the trophy -- his dreams put on hold for a decade after the Munich air disaster wiped out most of his Busby Babes team in 1958. Coincidentally, the date of the final, May 26, is the 90th anniversary of the birth of Sir Matt, who died in 1994. There could hardly be a more fitting day for Ferguson to match his most momentous victory.
Subject: Reserves Result from OT Last Night Sean Dundee scored the only goal of a totally boring match for the reserves tonight. UNITED 0-1 Liverpool Debut for G.Clegg (not related) + new Norweigen goalkeeper Kenneth Hoie. Not much work for the goalkeeper. Out attack was non-existant. Phil Neville/Wes Brown played 1st half Full team: Hoie Clegg Curtis May Brown P Neville Wellens Wilson Healy Ford Greening Bench: OShea Culkin Fitzpatrick Howard G Clegg Pics of Kenneth Hoie: http://www.red11.org/mufc/images/player/hoie/ Kenneth Hoie 19 year old has been training at Cliff 2 weeks hoie3.jpg hoie4.jpg hoie5.jpg hoie.jpg hoie2.jpg
Subject: More on Juve from Terry in Saudi The fact that it's United and Bayern in the final says a lot about how tough our original CL group was. To have got out of it unbeaten, and then to have eliminated Inter and Juve on the way to the final also says a helluvalot about this United team. It's the same in the FA Cup with the scalps of Boro, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal all hanging from our belts. We've had it tough in both competitions; nothing has been given to us on a plate. We'll miss Keano of course, but think back to May 29, 1968 when the King, Denis Law, was missing. We hit four that day without him. On that day we also saw a fine performance from young Johnny Aston who tormented his opponents down the left wing. The occasion brought the best out of a player who hadn't been an Old Trafford favourite. There may be a hopeful message there for Jesper. The Bavarians have a lot of big powerful guys, but they're getting on in years, and so may be susceptible to the speed of Cole, Yorkie, Giggs and Jesper. I was watching a German channel yesterday and Der Kaiser, Franz Beckenbauer, seemed pleased to have got United in the final. In fact, he was as pleased as the coaches of both Inter and Juve had been. Hhhmmm. Whatever happens, win or lose, United's fighting spirit will be there, and the great team spirit will mean the lads will be giving everything to get those winners' medals for Keano and Scholesie as well. But they'll now have to shut out all thoughts of Barcelona. It's back to work. There's a little sheep shearing to do on Sunday down on the farm. Baaaaah! _____________ Terry Saudi
Subject: STAM DOUBTFUL FOR LEEDS TRIP Manchester United defender Jaap Stam is a doubt for Sunday's Premiership match against Leeds at Elland Road. The 26-year-old centre-half has pulled out of Holland's friendly match against Morocco next Wednesday because of an Achilles tendon injury picked up in United's stirring semi-final, second-leg victory over Juventus last night. Holland coach Frank Rijkaard has called up PSV Eindhoven defender Andre Ooijer to replace Stam for the match in Arnhem.
Subject: United fury at ticket share-out By Daniel Taylor Friday April 23, 1999 The celebrations of Manchester United's supporters were tempered yesterday by the revelation that the club will be allocated only 25,000 tickets for the Champions League final, adding a potentially explosive element to their showdown with Bayern Munich. Uefa have insisted on a seats-only crowd limit of 98,000, meaning Barcelona's 120,000-capacity Nou Camp will not be full for the showpiece event on May 26. The decision was yesterday branded a 'joke' by supporters' groups amid fears of it causing security problems. Bayern Munich will receive roughly the same amount, but representatives from both clubs will urge a rethink during a meeting with Uefa and the Spanish Federation today. Each club will initially get 16,100 tickets and 9,000 more once those allocations are sold. Barcelona will receive 10,000 while Uefa, their marketing company TEAM, the Spanish FA and various sponsors will account for 30,000. A further 8,000 remain for the media, volunteers and police. United's average gate this season is 55,188 and Bayern regularly attract 45,000. 'This is asking for trouble,' said Andy Walsh, chairman of the Independent Manchester United Supporters' Association which wants the allocation doubled. 'The tickets will end up on the black market in the hands of touts. The security problems are obvious.' The Spanish media has begun raising fears about the potential for trouble, despite the national mint producing specially encoded tickets to guard against forgeries. 'We have one of the best stadiums in the world... modern, comfortable, with excellent visibility. We just hope that the English and German supporters respect it,' commented the Barcelona-based sports daily, Sport, yesterday. The sheer number of those following England's best-supported club is always likely to cause problems. Several people were injured during a crush caused by ticketless fans before the quarter-final against Internazionale at San Siro. 'If there are security problems, Uefa will have to take the rap,' Walsh added. 'Both clubs have well over 40,000 season ticket holders, which makes this decision look a joke. Thousands will travel to Spain without tickets.' The first tickets will go on general sale in Barcelona on Monday, priced from £12.50 to £58. Application forms are available by telephoning the FEF on 0034 914 201362. To compound matters, every flight from England to Barcelona in the week before the final is reported to have been booked by noon yesterday. Many United fans had made their bookings before Alex Ferguson's side had clinched their place in the final. Such ingenuity has left large numbers of supporters with little option but to make alternative arrangements. Even then accommodation is likely to be a major problem, with the final clashing with Spanish Grand Prix week and the start of the holiday season.
Subject: United chairman tightens his grip on the purse strings By Michael Walker Friday April 23, 1999 Having just guided an English club to a first European Cup final for 14 years and Manchester United to their first in 31 years, all achieved in the most difficult and dramatic of circumstances, Alex Ferguson was in no position to restrain his emotions. It was about half an hour to midnight on Wednesday and Ferguson had re-emerged on to the pitch at Stadio delle Alpi to salute the 3,000 or so United fans still held in the vast concrete bowl. Euphorically they sang at him: 'We shall not be moved.' His repeated punching of the air showed that he was. If Ferguson was at full throttle, however, deep inside the stadium another significant character in the Old Trafford list of key individuals, the chairman Martin Edwards, was putting his foot on the brake. Ferguson may have overseen a prosperous increase in United's value in terms of esteem, domestically and internationally, but Edwards is the man who checks the price tags and he was unwavering in his insistence that while reaching the European Cup final was all very admirable, Ferguson, who feels he needs two or three new world-class players for next season's expanded Champions League, should not see this as the moment to ask for fresh funds. According to Edwards, United's priorities lie elsewhere, namely the enlarging of Old Trafford. Traditionally, recruiting players while in a state of strength has been seen as one of the secrets of continual success. It also makes recruitment easier. But Edwards said: 'Reaching the final doesn't alter our position in terms of our financial planning. We run a very serious business at Manchester United. We look at the situation and sit down each year and decide a policy on transfers. 'Last year we spent £28 million because we were disappointed that the team hadn't won a trophy. We bought Stam, Yorke and Blomqvist, who are young men and who should be around for a while. We have other players in their early 20s coming through, but you can only have a squad of a certain size, otherwise you have too many players who are not playing in the big games and they become dissatisfied. So it's all a question of balance. 'The final will generate around £3 million if we win it and just over £2 million if we don't, and that won't make much difference to us. We've got a big squad, we've committed £30 million to the stadium and £14 million to the training ground. 'Add that to the £28 million we spent last summer and that's £72 million in 18 months, which is a lot of money. People are going to pan me for saying these things, but we are a public company and we have certain restrictions. We can't spend money we haven't got and we won't spend what we haven't got.' Edwards's financial argument is compelling, though it was his openness which was surprising given that he is well aware of Ferguson's thoughts on developing his present squad. But there will be money only for a replacement for Peter Schmeichel, who is bound for Italy. 'If the manager wants to toy with his own squad to generate money so he can bring new players in, that's up to him,' Edwards said. 'Managers aren't really interested in profits and loss, in shareholders and the rest of it. 'They basically want to win matches, their ambition is to have the best players and win every match, which I can understand. But as a board member you have a slightly bigger responsibility and I've always been honest about that. 'But I can't win on this. I get slaughtered on these things, but I repeat that we can't spend what we haven't got. We've spent £70 million odd. We've been the bravest club of the lot and that's why we are in the final. 'Now we need to concentrate on the stadium. I know it is an emotional business, but nobody's going to thank us in 20 years' time if we aren't as successful then as we are now. We are in it long-term, not short-term.' As is Ferguson, of course, and Edwards added that discussions on a new contract for Ferguson will open in the summer. The 57-year-old Ferguson's present one expires in June 2000. 'We will offer him a contract that will be worth more than any other manager in the UK is on. That's all I want to say.' Then the money stopped talking, lyrical reflection was left to others.
Subject: Butt vows to seize Cup for missing colleagues By Ken Lawrence Friday, April 23, 1999 Even in the moment of the greatest triumph of his life, Nicky Butt could not totally let himself go - not when he looked across the dressing-room and saw the slumped figures of Roy Keane and Paul Scholes. Butt was not alone in understanding the desolation being experienced by the players whose yellow cards against Juventus have shut them out of the Champions League Final - and of the possibility of completing the incredible Treble of Premiership, FA Cup and European Cup next month in Barcelona. The pop of champagne corks was to be expected after the miracle of Turin. But United unite in misfortune as well as triumph and Butt said: 'What we have to do now is go out and beat Bayern Munich for Roy and Paul. 'Of course after the game there was a bit of jumping up and down and a few shouts. But, really, it was all pretty muted because we all felt so sorry for Roy and Paul. They showed guts on the pitch by keeping going as they did, even when they knew they would be out of the final, and they showed even greater guts in a way later. 'They tried to stay upbeat as much as they could but in the dressing-room there was one moment when I looked over my shoulder and saw them just sitting there and I saw the look on their faces. When you see that, you don't feel like going too far with your celebrations.' Butt, named yesterday in Kevin Keegan's England squad for next week's friendly in Hungary, is already preparing for the challenge of facing Bayern. He said: 'None of us are scared because, against Juventus, I think we finally proved to ourselves that we have come of age. 'We're men now, not young boys still learning. For my part, if I have to take on extra responsibility, then I'm ready for it. 'It's not just the Champions League. We have the chance to win the Treble. To do so we have to win eight games. I know we are capable of that. 'We have this amazing spirit and a belief and trust in each other. So on May 26, when the team go out to face Bayern, there will be only 11 players wearing the shirts - but the spirit of all 22 of us will be out on the pitch.'

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