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Date: Tue Aug 24 03:12:24 GMT 1999
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This Issue:
2. United powered by Keane spirit
3. How the Gonners saw the game
4. Jaap's bark doesn't bite as much as Schmeichel
5. Man United 'keeper crisis?
6. Johnsen faces operation
8. Peter Schmeichel revelations


        Leeds United   1-2   Liverpool             39,703


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




ALL FIXTURES at: http://www.red11.org/mufc/fix992000.htm


Subject: First Team Fixtures 1999/2000 [All dates/times subject to change]
Dates of possible cup ties also shown

Date        Opposition                         Score  Pos.  Attend.
 8/08/99    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   16.00 Live on Sky
25/08/99    Coventry City            away PL   20.00
27/08/99    Monaco - Lazio           ESC       19.45
30/08/99    Newcastle United         home PL   13.00
11/09/99    Liverpool                away PL   11.30 Live on Sky
15/09/99    ?     EC
18/09/99    Wimbledon                home PL   15.00
22/09/99    ?     EC
25/09/99    Southampton              home PL   15.00
29/09/99    ?     EC
 3/10/99    Chelsea                  away PL   16.00 Live on Sky
*11/10/99   Sir Alex Ferguson's testimonial OT [Cantona + Schmeichel]
13/10/99    ?     WC 3
16/10/99    Watford                  home PL   15.00
20/10/99    ?     EC
23/10/99    Tottenham Hotspur        away PL   15.00
27/10/99    ?     EC
30/10/99    Aston Villa              home PL   15.00
 3/11/99    ?     EC
 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
 1/12/99    ?     WC 4
 4/12/99    Everton                  home PL   15.00
 8/12/99    ?     EC
15/12/99    ?     WC 5
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

 ***** 5-14 /01/2000 Brazil WTC  *****   [3-4 games]

12/01/2000  ?    WC sf i
15/01/2000  Leeds United             away PL   15.00
22/01/2000  Arsenal                  home PL   15.00
26/01/2000  ?    WC sf ii
 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
27/02/2000  ?   Wembley WC f
 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 f


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Subject: UNITED SET NEW UNBEATEN RECORD (again) From: "Paul Hinson" UNITED SET NEW UNBEATEN RECORD Yesterdays win at Arsenal brings United's unbeaten run away from home in Premierhip games to 15, a new club record. It beats the 14 achieved between 11 February and 27 October 1956. The last away league defeat was at Sheffield Wednesday on Nov 21 1998. 1998 Dec 05 Prem Aston Villa (a) 1-1 (Scholes) Dec 12 Prem Tottenham (a) 2-2 (Solskjaer 2) Dec 29 Prem Chelsea (a) 0-0 1999 Jan 16 Prem Leicester City (a) 6-2 (Yorke 3, Cole 2, Stam) Jan 31 Prem Charlton Athletic (a) 1-0 (Yorke) Feb 06 Prem Nott'm Forest (a) 8-1 (Solskjaer4, Cole2, Yorke2) Feb 20 Prem Coventry City (a) 1-0 (Giggs) Mar 13 Prem Newcastle United (a) 2-1 (Cole 2) Apr 03 Prem Wimbledon (a) 1-1 (Beckham) Apr 25 Prem Leeds United (a) 1-1 (Cole) May 05 Prem Liverpool (a) 2-2 (Yorke, Irwin pen) May 09 Prem Middlesbrough (a) 1-0 (Yorke) May 12 Prem Blackburn Rovers (a) 0-0 Aug 08 Prem Everton (a) 1-1 (Yorke) Aug 22 Prem Arsenal (a) 2-1 (Keane 2) The unbeaten run (League and Cup) is now 37,another new club record. The run includes: - 24 Premiership - 8 FA Cup - 5 Champions League GP W D L GF GA 37 26 11 0 74 24 United have come back from a losing position in 12 of those games. The last defeat was at home to Middlesbrough on Dec 19 1998. League only, our best run is 26 games between Feb-Oct 1956. The all-time English League and Cup record is 40 by Nottingham Forest in 1978.
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Subject: United powered by Keane spirit By Henry Winter Arsenal (1) 1 Manchester United (0) 2 ANYONE doubting Roy Keane's colossal commitment to Manchester United in the final year of his contract needed only watch and marvel at his performance in yesterday's compulsive, combustible Premiership passion play at Highbury. Although United's captain is expected to sign pre-contract forms with Italian paymasters in January, his soul and sinew are clearly dedicated to the cause of the Treble winners for the time being. Even more than Jaap Stam, a tower of strength at the back, Keane proved the pivotal force for United, scoring twice as his team recovered from 1-0 down against an Arsenal side who had not suffered the ignominy of League defeat here for 20 months. "I've never had any doubts and his performance today tells you that," said manager Sir Alex Ferguson. "He's focused on the team, he's the captain and he wants to try to lead us to another triumph." Keane's importance in a bear-pit of a central midfield was confirmed when Patrick Vieira, otherwise outstanding, appeared to head-butt him 10 minutes from time, so sparking one of those familiar mass Arsenal-United spats. Vieira, who had been targeted by Keane, Paul Scholes and Dwight Yorke in the first half, was unbelievably fortunate not to be dismissed for his act of aggression. But then Vieira was unbelievably fortunate that Graham Poll was the acme of leniency, operating in complete defiance of the changed climate for referees. Poll's use of advantage was welcome but his blind eye to late tackles will have confused consistency-seeking footballers and managers everywhere. "He was too lenient," said Ars=E8ne Wenger, Arsenal's bemused manager. "It didn't help the game. Patrick got some severe tackles on him." Yet, ultimately, Vieira was as much sinner as sinned against. "Roy Keane is not especially an angel," said Wenger, in way of mitigation. However much Vieira may have bruised Keane's head, it was little to the damage inflicted on Arsenal. "The defeat is not only a psychological blow to us," said Wenger. "It is also a mathematical blow. They're a good side with great confidence and they kept that going today but it's a long way to go and we'll fight back. How we respond is the most important thing now." Yet this was a game Arsenal could even have won. The half-time score could have been 3-2 to Arsenal, let alone 1-0, attack following wonderful counter-attack throughout 45 absorbing minutes. Ferguson said: "At times we played some great football but at times the defence was very poor. "We almost played like a practice match - you attack and we'll attack - and that created a really open match." After a slow start, David Beckham's free-kick drew a flying header from Andy Cole which cannoned off the bar. Back came Arsenal, with Thierry Henry wasting a good opportunity before Ray Parlour and Dennis Bergkamp shot wide. Then it was United's turn. Beckham's glorious reverse pass, clipped left-footed, set up Ryan Giggs, whose right-footer skimmed wide. The action then transferred to the other end with Raimond van der Gouw tipping over Kanu's 25-yarder. But as the half drew to a climax it seemed United were in the ascendancy: the agile Alex Manninger thwarted Cole and Yorke. But Arsenal are never more dangerous than when under pressure; the sprightly Silvinho signalled their spirit with a sweet turn to trick Keane. Arsenal's resolution brought reward four minutes from the break. Lee Dixon found Kanu, who touched the ball inside to Bergkamp. The Dutchman's pass sent Fredrik Ljungberg racing down the inside-right channel to score with a low shot. Bergkamp and Kanu could have added further goals before the half closed. The tempo never eased. Three minutes after the restart, Matthew Upson, impressive defensively, hit a post from close-range after Kanu had flicked on Silvinho's inswinging corner. Reprieved, United stormed back: Yorke was rightly ruled offside when he turned in Cole's header. But a minute before the hour mark, United equalised. Scholes played a neat pass to Keane, who sent Cole hurrying through. Cole waited cleverly for Keane to continue his run before threading a return pass for the Irishman to finish with a cool, well-placed shot. Martin Keown, consistently excellent, then showed his defensive expertise in quelling moments of menace from Cole and Yorke. Arsenal still posed a threat themselves, the debut-making Davor Suker attempting an audacious 50-yarder which faded into the North Bank. Then came the Vieira controversy. United took a legitimate form of retribution. When Ray Parlour conceded possession to Giggs in his own half, an error carrying echoes of Vieira's FA Cup semi-final mistake, United had Arsenal backpedalling frantically. Keown blocked Giggs's effort but the ball rebounded to Keane, who flicked United ahead. The drama was not over. When Bergkamp swung in an injury-time free-kick, Upson's powerful header was clutched by van der Gouw, who fell to the line, controlling the ball with one hand, then two. Keown bulldozed in to bundle the ball from van der Gouw's grasp and over the line. "He caught van der Gouw on the head with his knee but it was accidental," said Steve McClaren, United's assistant manager. "But he should be OK for Wednesday night against Coventry." Ferguson added: "I think you saw the quality of both sides today in quite an enthralling match to my mind. It's an important result."
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Subject: How the Gonners saw the game Now for something completely different.... This was the Gonners Official Website report. For those of you who watched at Highbury or on TV, you eyes must have been deceiving you....... By David Alexander It all started so well. (must have been the toss-up) Freddy Ljungberg got only his second goal in Arsenal colours - again against United following his first a year ago on his debut. (a goal a season man, consistent!) The Swede was playing one of his best (?) games for the club and the goal, two minutes before half time, was little more than we deserved. (the word 'little' crept in accidentally into the copy) Alex Manninger had made some fine saves (so it wasn't one-sided then?) and Patrick Vieira was supreme in midfield, winning the battle with Roy Keane at a canter (no ifs or BUTTS there) Another victory (getting cocky here) against our old rivals (thought they were Tottenham?) seemed likely, but Keane had other ideas. He fired in an equaliser an hour into the game after Dwight Yorke's clever pass (some praise at last) and two minutes from the end, Ryan Giggs' shot was blocked before Keane latched onto the rebound and made no mistake. It was Arsenal's first Premiership home defeat since December 1997 (you're going to cry in a minute) and extended United's massive unbeaten run, underlining their strength and resilience (no skill or flair obviously). Arsene Wenger said (whinged): "When you lose, you have to react well in the next game. "The most important thing for us now is how we play in the next game. That one is over now. (these mind-games are awesome aren't they?) "It's not only a psychological blow. (back to the psychology crap) It's a mathematical blow (I think that means they lost) because we have dropped three points against a team who we are competing with in the Championship. "We lost our shape (your substitutions!) and concentration (discipline is the word Arsene) in the second half and I don't think (big moan approaching....) a game of this importance should be played at this stage of the season, (I smell an excuse) when the players are still not totally fit. "Patrick Vieira got some severe tackles on him and I was surprised there was not more of a reaction from the referee." (translated means, I screamed at him to pull out Red Cards, but our Patrick always gets kicked and he is such a nice lad who doesn't hurt anybody) Vieira was indeed the target in the tackle but United had the first real opportunity of the game. David Beckham's free kick was headed goalwards by former Gunner Andy Cole (good to see you remember) and Alex Manninger was stranded but breathed a sigh of relief when the effort rebounded off the bar and away from danger. (lucky Arsenal?) That spurred Arsenal back into life and when Kanu set Henry free down the left, the Frenchman could only shoot straight at Van Der Gouw. (no credit to the opposing goalie) Beckham's clever reverse pass set Ryan Giggs clear and he looked certain to score, firing wide from the edge of the box. (didn't at Villa Park though, did he?) Dennis Bergkamp fired wide and Phil Neville's clearance went just wide but the best chance of the first half (ignore previous sentence) fell to Kanu, whose turn and shot from 25 yards out looked set for the top corner before Van Der Gouw's intervention. Cole got ahead of the defence and Manninger had to be at his best to make the block. The Austrian kept us in the contest, (more grudging respect) making two further saves from Henning Berg and Yorke which suggest he is back to the form of two years ago when he burst onto the scene. After Ljungberg struck, further chances fell to Kanu and Bergkamp as the half neared an end and the Gunners retained control early in the second half, courtesy of a Parlour strike which flew just over the bar (one shot equals control). Yorke had the ball in the net an hour into the game when he finished headed in on the line after Cole had knocked Beckham's cross back across goal. The relief following the offside flag was only temporary. (can't rely on a flag every time...) After Keane's equaliser, the Gunners were stunned (suitable word to descibe Vieira's contribution) back into life and Arsene Wenger brought on Marc Overmars in place of Kanu and Davor Suker for Henry to give a different dimension to the attack (shooting from 50 yards out). Suker immediately signalled his intentions (I'm not going to run about a lot) when he tried an ambitious shot from 45 yards which went wide. Keane's late winner was scant reward for our performance (grab those straws) and although Upson headed goalwards in injury time, Van Der Gouw already had his hands on the ball when Keown fired it into the net (don't mention the poor goalie having his head kicked off, will you?) and we never really looked like pulling back an equaliser (unless kicking the crap out of the goalie is legalised like head-butting apparently is at Highbury).
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Subject: Jaap's bark doesn't bite as much as Schmeichel By Peter Fitton His physical presence is just as intimidating but the volume of his bellow does not yet match his predecessor. Jaap Stam is emerging as Peter Schmeichel's successor as the organisational kingpin in Manchester United's defence. Nobody can underestimate goalie Schmeichel's role in United's decade of domination. Now Stam is the giant issuing demands to those around him. He is quick to insist that he is not a product of the same fist-brandishing mould as the departed Dane. However, there is a steadily increasing belief within Old Trafford's inner sanctum that another fiercely motivated defensive leader is there to be obeyed. But centre-half Stam, at =A310.7 million the world's costliest defender and looking slightly embarrassed by the notion, said: 'I don't try to be the leader and, while Peter did well for United, I am very different to him. He has a different personality to me. 'People would see him shout at players and that was his way to react on the pitch. 'He focused and concentrated that way - it was his motivation as well. That's not my type of game. I just try to talk on the field. I just try to guide them, aware the other players can help me too.' But Feyenoord's Bert Konterman, Stam's closest confidant from schooldays and now under the =A38m scrutiny of Arsenal, Aston Villa and Tottenham, offers a different assessment of the man he considers 'the best defender in the world'. Konterman said: 'This is the Stam way. He is a quiet person by character but all the time he looks around, weighs things up, then starts his talking to the team. 'In the end, and it doesn't take long, he is the leader. When you stand on the pitch, all you see is Jaap. He's like a great monument.' Frank Rijkaard, Stam's international boss, emphasises Konterman's valuation of his team-mate by insisting: 'Jaap is to defending what Dennis Bergkamp is to creative play. He's the best.' With such a generous appraisal of his game, Stam, the footballer readily applauded by Sir Alex Ferguson as one of his finest ever investments, warms to the theme of a new and influential role at United. There is not a boast to be heard but we get the basics. 'I had to establish my own position first,' he explains. 'I needed a platform. Right away, you have to do well for yourself, play well for yourself, so you can prove you are a good footballer. Then you can talk. 'There are still things I can get better at and my peak is maybe in the coming years. But on arriving at United I wanted to set myself so, of course, you just talk a little on the pitch and in training. 'But when you are settled, most things are automatic. So now I talk more in games. In training you say to people to make this run or that move. It's a natural thing.' Today at Highbury against Arsenal, Stam will be tested by master technician Bergkamp and the gangling genius of Nwankwo Kanu. Stam says: 'When you play against Bergkamp you must concentrate 100 per cent of the time because he punishes you very quickly with the small-est of a chance. 'Kanu is very skillful and it's so hard to get the ball off him. 'If he maintains his present standard, he will be a great player in England.' A reasonable prediction and one, without question, that the modest Stam has easily fulfilled already.
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Subject: Man United 'keeper crisis? Manchester United were today keeping their fingers crossed that stopper Raimond Van Der Gouw will be OK to face Coventry on Wednesday. Van Der Gouw was injured towards the end of yesterday's hard fought encounter at Highbury after a clash with Martin Keown. With first choice Mark Bosnich already out with a hamstring injury, United would have to turn to 21 year-old Nick Culkin, who replaced Van Der Gouw yesterday. United coach Steve McClaren said: "He's not too bad. He's got a lump under his eye. Martin followed through and his knee caught him on the eye. "It was accidental and Raimond should be okay for the game on Wednesday - I hope."
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Subject: Johnsen faces operation Manchester United defender Ronny Johnsen is to undergo surgery on his troublesome knees. A Norwegian FA doctor said today: "Manchester United have decided Ronny Johnsen will have an operation on his knees." United were hoping that a rehabilitation programme would clear the problem up but that failed and Johnsen now faces at least 3-4 months on the sidelines.
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Subject: FA CHIEF DEFENDS BECKHAM LENIENCY By Matt Barlow, PA Sport FA chief David Davies has defended the decision not to charge David Beckham for his V-sign to Leeds fans, saying some players would have to be "saints" not to react to the vicious abuse they receive. The Football Association's interim executive director said fans have a responsibility to behave on the terraces just as players must follow certain standards on the pitch. Manchester United and England midfielder Beckham has been taunted about his crucial World Cup penalty miss and has had to endure relentless verbal abuse about his family. "Nobody can pretend that David Beckham has been treated by fans like every other player in the land," said Davies. "Every time he has taken a corner kick at an away ground around the country everybody knows the reaction he has had." Davies believes terrace participation remains a vital part of the English football culture but that some of it has over-stepped the mark. "If you listen to some things chanted at some of our players, you would have to be a saint not to react," he said. "Players shouldn't go around making V-signs to the crowd, that will be made abundantly clear to David Beckham. But equally I think everybody understands the context of what has happened over the last year and a half. "I would ask supporters to think about some of the things they chant at certain players, and some of the people who do this chanting are not young at all. "People have got to discipline themselves and ask how they would feel if they had to face up to this chanting. "These are quite young players, sometimes 19 and 20, and their wives and girlfriends and children are targeted. "You've always got the argument that they get paid for it but I don't accept people are paid to be insulted in that way." Davies said a new law, due to be introduced next month, aimed at cutting out racist chants at sports events will also help clamp down on other obscene chanting. Davies was speaking during a two-hour call-in on Talk Radio and covered a number of other key football issues including the rumbling Manchester United FA Cup debate. He insisted the row which erupted after United's withdrawal from the FA Cup to compete in the World Club Championships in Brazil had been his single most difficult dilemma since he arrived at Lancaster Gate in 1994. But all suggested options had been addressed and found to be unworkable, he said, and the final decision now rested with the club. "We remain open-mined but no solution has presented itself up to this point," he said. The World Club Championships are upon football and have caused domestic strife just as the European Cup did when it was created in the 1950s. Davies said: "The FA and the Football League said to Chelsea in 1955/56, when they wanted to take part, they didn't think they should get involved. "The world has changed. We believe there will be a World Club Championships, although in future it won't take place in January if Europe has anything to do with it. But whatever we do, the rest of Europe is moving forward." Davies talked about other changes which could affect world football in the future and he wants to see moves made to give referees more technological assistance. He also wants to see greater efforts made to create a global football calendar to help avoid problems like the World Club Championships in Brazil. And he hopes to see football academies around the country start to churn out top-class youngsters who can fight the foreign tide in the Premiership and help the home nations perform better. Davies is also focused on England's bid to host the World Cup. He rejected criticism of the new Wembley and insisted there had been no deal with Germany to sit back and give them the sole European bid for the 2006 competition. He said: "There is documentary proof that England did step back in bidding for the World Cup in 1998 in return for receipt of Euro 96, but it is unthinkable that we would have sat back from a second World Cup bid."
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Subject: Peter Schmeichel revelations Looks like the commercial aspect of United got to Schmikes too (it was the reason Cantona left, according to Fergie). * * * Pressure was too much for Schmeichel By Peter Fitton Peter Schmeichel has revealed the 'commercial demands' that drove him out of Manchester United. Schmeichel was in the Azores last night, 700 miles out into the Atlantic and a world away from Old Trafford, to launch his new career at Sporting Lisbon by making his debut against local side Santa Clara. His Old Trafford teammates, and his former manager, insist that Treble-winner Schmeichel could have played at least two more seasons. But the 35-year-old Dane said: 'I was getting tired of being at United. My family and I knew all the time that we were never going to stay there for the rest of our lives.' Schmeichel, earning =A310,000 a week on top of a =A32m signing-on fee in Portugal, regularly insisted he could no longer cope with the arduous physical demands of being United's No.1. But he has since revealed it was also the non-stop clamour to fulfil the commercial wishes of United's booming empire that drove him out. Eric Cantona, his former team-mate, made a similar complaint after his dramatic retirement. Schmeichel explained: 'The demands at the club just grew bigger and bigger in the eight years I was there, both on and off the pitch. It was for such reasons that I decided to say farewell to Manchester and United. 'The pressure there built up all the time. After United started their own television channel, MUTV, all the players were expected to appear for free. Wherever we were, demands and pressures like that followed us.'
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