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Date: Sun Apr 25 13:27:15 GMT+00:00 1999
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

This Issue:
1. Leeds - United TV report from Terry in Saudi
2. Carling Report
3. Cole comes to United's rescue  BBC
4. A warning re Barca tickets


Daily RED Trivia  Sunday 25th April 1999:

 Alf Farman born in Birmingham. A pacy Wingman with a powerful shot,
 Farman joined the club from Bolton Wanderers and made his League debut at
 Blackburn Rovers in September 1892 having played in the Football Alliance
 since 1889. He scored a Hat-trick against Derby County in December 1892
 amidst 28 goals in 61 games between 1889-95.  

 United clinch their first League title after beating Preston North End 2-1
 at Bank Street watched by 8,000. Harold Halse and a Rodway own-goal were
 the scorers for the Reds. Team was: Moger, Stacey, Hulme, Downie, Thomson,
 Bell, Meredith, Bannister, Halse, Picken, Wall.


Barry Daily Comment: 
Today in a VERY fast game REDS earned a deserved draw by coming
back in the 2nd half.
We are in 2nd place but will need a least 4 wins out of the 5
last ganes and a draw in th 5th. Arsenal look strong for the run in.
Championship will be decided on 16th May Tottenham (H) 6 days before the CUP FINAL.

Johnsen is out for two weeks , basically with the same injury
he had last month. Ronny was injured in the very last minute of Juventus.

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.

Suspensions take effect 14 days after the offence. The 'Official'
website confirmed the Villa game as the one he will miss.
This week sees a match so BIG on wednesday that the importance
cannot be measured! Good luck to REDS all over the world.

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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


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

Next Games:
1 Aston Villa (H)  15.00 PL
5  Liverpool (A) 20.00 PL           Live on Sky Sports UK
9  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 FAC Final Wembley Newcastle  (N) Live on Sky Sports UK
26 European Cup Final Bayern Munich  Nou Camp 

UNITED Stats v All teams:


         Aston Villa   2-0   Nottingham Forest     34,492
    Blackburn Rovers   1-3   Liverpool             29,944
        Derby County   0-0   Southampton           26,557
             Everton   4-1   Charlton Athletic     40,089
      Leicester City   1-0   Coventry City         20,224
       Middlesbrough   1-6   Arsenal               34,630
   Tottenham Hotspur   1-2   West Ham United       36,089
           Wimbledon   1-1   Newcastle United      21,172

              *** 25/04/99 ***
      Leeds            1-1   Manchester United     40,255


Pos Team                  P   W   D   L   F   A   GD  Pts
 1  Arsenal              34  19  12   3  54  15   39   69
 2  Manchester United    33  19  11   3  73  33   40   68
 3  Chelsea              33  17  13   3  49  26   23   64
 4  Leeds United         34  16  12   6  54  30   24   60
 5  Aston Villa          35  15  10  10  47  39    8   55
 6  West Ham United      35  15   9  11  41  42   -1   54
 7  Middlesbrough        35  12  14   9  47  48   -1   50
 8  Derby County         34  12  12  10  37  41   -4   48
 9  Liverpool            34  13   8  13  60  44   16   47
10  Tottenham Hotspur    34  11  13  10  41  40    1   46
11  Leicester City       34  11  13  10  36  41   -5   46
12  Newcastle United     35  11  11  13  46  50   -4   44
13  Wimbledon            35  10  12  13  39  56  -17   42
14  Everton              35  10  10  15  35  42   -7   40
15  Sheffield Wednesday  34  11   6  17  39  40   -1   39
16  Coventry City        35  10   7  18  35  48  -13   37
17  Blackburn Rovers     34   7  11  16  36  49  -13   32
18  Charlton Athletic    35   7  11  17  37  52  -15   32
19  Southampton          35   8   8  19  31  63  -32   32
20  Nottingham Forest    35   4   9  22  30  68  -38   21

*** FIXTURES ON 25/04/99 ***
 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
25/04/99    Leeds                    Away     D  1-1     2    40,255 


       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)

Champions League:
Group D         P  W  D  L  F  A   Pts
Bayern Munich   6  3  2  1  9  6  11   
Man United      6  2  4  0 20 11  10
Barcelona       6  2  2  2 11  9   8    
Brondby         6  1  0  5  4 18   3   

Dec  9 Brøndby         0-2  Barcelona
Dec  9 Man Utd         1-1  Bayern Munich


 Manchester Utd  2 v 0  Inter Milan
 Real Madrid     1 v 1  Dynamo Kiev
 Juventus        2 v 1  Olympiakos
 Bayern Munich   2 v 0  Kaiserslautern

**DYNAMO KIEV      2 v 0  REAL MADRID         (Agg:3-1)
OLYMPIAKOS         1 v 1  **JUVENTUS          (Agg:2-3)

Semi Finals 
Manchester United v Juventus  4-3agg 1-0 [1-1]
Bayern Munchen v Dynamo Kiev  4-3agg 1-0 [3-3]

Venue Camp Nou (Estadi FC Barcelona), Barcelona, Spain 
Date Wednesday 26 May 1999 Kick-Off 20.45 CET (19.45 GMT) 


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Subject: Leeds - United TV report from Terry in Saudi If we're looking for a single word to sum up the performance, it has to be: TIRED. After the first 10 minutes it looked as if we might be overrun and a draw was already starting to look like a good result. We had few ideas up front, Keano and Butty were struggling to win midfield, and the defence was all over the place with no understanding between them. I suppose it's not surprising given the absence of Jaap, Ronny and Berg, If we are strong in any one department it has to be central defenders, but when we ended up with fourth and fifth choice partnering each other, it was reach-for-the-asprin time. In fairness, the back four did eventually settle down, but it took some time and even then, we were occasionally shocked by errors. Surprisingly, one of the best chances of the first half fell to us. First May, then Cole had shots kicked off the line in a goalmouth scramble, and for a while afterwards, we looked better going forward. But it was mainly Leeds in that first half as they had numerous good chances. Their goal came after 32 minutes and it was a comedy of United errors. May was in the Leeds half and, with no danger anywhere, passed a short ball across to Keane. It was either a bad pass or Keane was caught unaware, and the ball set off a quick Leeds counter. As a pass was sent across our area towards Hasselbaink, Wes Brown had the relatively simple task of intercepting but it appeared to go through his legs. Hasselbaink sent a low shot towards goal, it hit the post and, as luck would have it, rebounded into the goal rather than away to safety. The goal certainly hadn't been against the run of play, and I braced myself for an avalanche. We just looked too knackered to fight back. But I was forgetting Fergie's Masterplan: first you go behind and look crap; then you fight back and win. We applied some pressure towards the end of the half with Jesper being supplied by both Cole and, with a superb cross-field ball, Beckham, but the Swede just couldn't make any progress. From the resulting corner, Yorkie headed wide. Being only 1-0 down at half time was almost a victory given the Leeds chances. As expected, after Fergie's rant & rave, we came out looking a little more interested but Yorkie did not look good at all. He could neither pass straight, tackle or shoot straight, yet Fergie persisted and one wonders what the result might have been if Fergie had brought Teddy on earlier to partner Andy Cole. After just ten minutes of mainly United pressure, United got the equaliser through Cole. Yorkie passed to Keano who floated a gently curving cross into the area. Martyn decide not to go for it, but Butty got on the end of it with a powerful header which Martyn could only palm out. Quick as a flash, Andy Cole was in to push it home with his foot and, killing two birds with one stone, injuring his opponent at the same time. For the next few minutes we looked as if we might go on to win it despite our earlier defensive frailties but gradually went off the boil again. Keane was booked after Bowyer dived, an incident not unlike May's booking early in the game when Hasselbaink had dived. Butty also had his particulars taken down after neatly chopping Batty to the ground. A couple more chances fell to Hasselbaink, one being a shot that rebounded off Wes Brown, another a free header that went just wide. If Wes Brown had any hair, it would all have fallen out on 81 minutes when he was caught in possession and the Leeds player made a beeline for our goal. Fortunately, he hit it straight at Schmikes. Wes didn't look so hot today. He needs Daddy Stam to look after him. And so we come to the last kick of the game. It fell to Dwight. Why Dwight? Almost anyone else would have put it away but Yorkie today looked absolutely knackered. He did his best but he was only half there, and the irony was that, after Jesper had been subbed, all our attacks seemed to be coming down the left through Yorkie who could hardly stand on his feet. In the last seconds, he played an excellent one-two with Teddy, he was through, on his own, on his left foot, a slight angle, not a difficult chance ... but he missed. A vital miss? We'll have to see. So it ended 1-1, not a bad result considering the opposition and the kind of week we've just been through ... but that last second miss will be tonight's nightmare. One notable difference between today and Wednesday: on Wednesday, we won everything in the air, even little players were outjumping the wimpy Italians; today, we won nothing in the air. It looked like we just didn't have the strength to get our feet off the ground. So, the unbeaten run continues. We're still a point behind the Arse but it's all in our hands. And thank God the lads now have a week to get some rest. They need it and deserve it. __________________ Terry Saudi
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Subject: Carling Report Leeds v Man United 25/04/99 11.30 Leeds (1) 1 Man United (0) 1 FT Hasselbaink 32 Cole 56 Andy Cole's 23rd goal of the season helped Manchester United stretch their unbeaten club record run to 26 matches - but it was not enough to send them back to the top of the FA Carling Premiership. Alex Ferguson's side were forced to settle for a draw against Roses rivals Leeds, whose manager David O'Leary signed a new five-year deal this morning, and now trail new leaders and reigning champions Arsenal by a point, albeit with a game in hand. But there was perhaps no surprise Manchester United suffered a post-European hangover in the wake of their glorious Champions' Cup exploits against Juventus in Turin. Leeds dominated the first-half, with Australian international Harry Kewell the star of the show in the Yorkshire sunshine and from the start of this late morning kick-off, ruling the roost from his wide-left role. Having twice teed-up Lee Bowyer, as well as 18-year-old striker Alan Smith with chances, he was not to be denied as another surging run from the halfway line in the 32nd minute led to the opener. Wes Brown, at the heart of the defence alongside David May - a late inclusion in the line-up as Jaap Stam pulled out due to an Achilles injury sustained in the warm up - was initially at fault. He failed to cut out Kewell's pass, enabling Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to nutmeg Peter Schmeichel with a right-foot shot in-off the post for his 18th of the season. United, whose only chance during the first 45 minutes was when Nigel Martyn twice cleared off the line within a second to deny Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole, eventually levelled 10 minutes after the break. During a spell when Leeds had gone off the boil, skipper Roy Keane's deft, bouncing cross picked out Nicky Butt at the far post and although Martyn produced a fingertip stop, Cole was on hand to stab home the rebound from four yards as Woodgate challenged. Leeds, who are now unbeaten in their last 10 matches - seven successive wins followed by three draws - suffered a second blow in losing Jonathon Woodgate to injury, with the 19-year-old now doubtful for England's friendly with Hungary in midweek. The best chance of a winner came with the last kick of the game from the Treble-chasers and from Yorke, who blazed over from close range with only Martyn to beat. Leeds: Martyn, Jones, Woodgate (Wetherall, 59), Radebe, Harte, Bowyer, Batty, McPhail, Kewell, Hasselbaink (Wijnhard, 86), Smith. Subs not used: Ribeiro, Halle, Robinson. Booked: Hasselbaink. Man United: Schmeichel, G. Neville, May, Brown, Irwin (P. Neville, 71), Beckham (Scholes, 84), Butt, Keane, Blomqvist (Sheringham, 77), Yorke, Cole. Subs not used: Van Der Gouw, Curtis. Booked: May, Butt, Keane. Attendance: 40,255. Referee: D Gallagher (Banbury).
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Subject: Cole comes to United's rescue BBC Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink scores the opener for Leeds Leeds 1-1 Manchester United Andy Cole gave Manchester United a second-half championship life-line against Leeds after Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink had opened the scoring for the home side. The Leeds striker scored after a fine pass from Harry Kewell split the United defence. Elland Road boss David O'Leary - who signed a new five-year deal before the game - watched an assured display from his young side but United never gave up. Cole knocked in the equaliser 10 minutes into the second-half after good work from Roy Keane and Nicky Butt. United needed all three points to regain the lead after Arsenal's demolition of Middlesbrough on Saturday gave the north-London side the Premiership lead for the first time this season.. United are now one point behinf the Gunners with a game in hand. Bright start Lee Bowyer missed the first chance of the game for the home side after a fine cross from Kewell. United had their own chance to score only minutes later. After a David Beckham corner, Roy Keane confused the Leeds defence and David May had a perfect opportunity to fire in from inside the six-yard box. He stretched but Nigel Martyn in the Leeds goal managed to get a foot to the weak shot. Leeds celebrate Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's goal Andy Cole stabbed at the follow-up but Leeds cleared after the desperate scramble. The run of play switched from end-to-end with both sides offering pace and variety without actually having the killer touch. With nearly half an hour gone, Alan Smith had the best chance of the game. Kewell went on one of his trademark runs, blitzed past three United defenders and fed Smith. The teenager had time and space but skewed his shot wide of Peter Schmeichel and the post. United could not seem to be able to hold onto possession and the next chance of the the game fell to Hasselbaink. He showed more composure than his teammate and finished clinically after another pin-point through-ball from Kewell. At the start of the second period, United got themselves back into the game. Keane swung a cross to the far post, Nick Butt headed and forced a save from Martyn. The ball popped out and Cole made no mistake with his finish. The chances kept on coming for both sides, Smith, Kewell and Hasselbaink for Leeds and Yorke and Jesper Blomqvist for United all had opportunities. Right at the death, Yorke had the opportunity to capture all three points for United but after a fine-run he blasted over. United are still favourites for the title but the spectre of Arsenal is now firmly on Alex Ferguson's shoulder. Teams Leeds: Martyn, Jones, Woodgate, Radebe, Harte, Bowyer, Batty, McPhail, Kewell, Hasselbaink, Smith. Subs: Wetherall, Ribeiro, Wijnhard, Halle, Robinson. Man Utd: Schmeichel, G. Neville, Brown, May, Irwin, Beckham, Butt, Keane, Blomqvist, Yorke, Cole. Subs: Van Der Gouw, Scholes, Sheringham, P. Neville. Referee: D Gallagher (Banbury)
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Subject: A warning re Barca tickets From the Observer this morning: "Touts such as Eddie, a high-earning Mancunian wheeler-dealer, will clean up. He is chartering four flights to Spain and advertising his 'independent travel package' on Skytext and the Internet. Each of Eddie's four flights will carry 250 fans, each paying a minimum of £350 for transport and a guaranteed match ticket. This one game will generate £350,000 for Eddie. To secure that he will spend £175,000 on plane hire and tickets, leaving him £175,000 profit. The 1000 seats are selling fast." Apart from the obvious moral implications of a tout making so much money out of United fans, it seems that buying from "Eddie" is likely to be a pretty dicey option. Firstly, he is a tout - so his promise of a "guaranteed match ticket" is just that, a promise. Presumably it all depends on how many tickets he can (illegally) lay his hands on. If he can't get 1000, he could well get out the photocopier and make a few to make up the numbers! Further, since what he is doing is illegal and GMP are supposedly clamping down on touting, it is possible that his operation could fall apart if the police get involved (particularly as this has been in a Sunday paper). So you could shell out at least £350 (the article says that is the minimum) and end up with nothing or getting to Barcelona and being turned away. I know that many of you out there are experienced in these matters and can look after yourselves but there are also many who have not been to a Euro away before and who are desperate to get tickets. My advice? Buy either official tickets or tickets from established travel firms. If you buy over the internet, then be aware that you could be buying from Eddie, or one of his mates. Right, that's the end of the lecture (just make sure you wear your vest and put on clean underpants before you set off!) Message from OUR SALFORD LASS (thanks for this one)
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