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Date: Mon Apr 26 21:36:29 GMT+00:00 1999
Mail: barry@www.red11.org

This Issue:
1. Sounds of the City Personal report by RED KELLY
5. NEW Sound files available at www.red11.org


Daily RED Trivia  Tues 27th April 1999:

 Billy McGlen born in Bedlington. McGlen made his debut against Grimsby
 Town in August 1946, and the tough-tackling defender made 122 appearances
 between 1946-52, scoring 2 goals. For a fee of £8000 he was transferred to
 Lincoln City in July 1952, and won a Division 3 North Championship medal
 with Oldham Athletic in 1953. 

 United triumph 1-0 in their FA Cup Semi-Final against Southampton at
 Villa Park thanks to a Denis Law goal. The attendance was 65,000. Team was:
 Gaskell, Dunne, Cantwell, Crerand, Foulkes, Setters, Giles, Stiles, Herd, Law,
 Charlton. United defeated Leicester City 3-1 in the Final. 


Barry Daily Comment: 
Dwight yorke 2nd in the PFA awards and to that D ... G...???
Well defeats me how the players can vote for him ahead of
so many other great performances this season. Thats life I suppose?

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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Manchester United 2:1 Arsenal
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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:
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:

***  LEAGUE TABLE AS AT 25/04/99 ***

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              34  17  14   3  49  26   23   65
 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  Sheffield Wednesday  35  11   7  17  39  40   -1   40
15  Everton              35  10  10  15  35  42   -7   40
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


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 United             Away     D  1-1     2    40,255


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: Sounds of the City Personal report by RED KELLY Since Thursday morning the hours have been spent frantically organising travel packages to Barcelona. The days have been one long continuous phone call or e-mail either organising my own travel arrangements or helping with others. It's been a logistical nightmare and none of us have yet got tickets! That's the next problem to be solved, but solved it will be. So the thought of a Sunday morning trip to the forgotten city was not really one to be relished. Ask any United player, the manager, assistant, any United supporter who knows, which would be the least preferable destination after a European trip, never mind a mentally and physically draining one like last Wednesday, and I think the unanimous response would be Elland Road. But there it was on the fixture list, the immovable object meeting the irresistible force. So the intrepid few made their way to this land that time forgot. Into the war zone we went like the six hundred riding into battle. As you approach the city of Leeds you get this feeling in the pit of your stomach. What's going to happen this time? What does fate have in store? Will the police have the animals under control? So the car went quiet as we shuddered to a halt at the end of the motorway. There we were, surrounded by white shirted Leeds fans coming from everywhere in - cars, taxis, coaches and even double decker buses. Our destination was a carpark at the other side of the ground, but we were never to reach it. We were stuck in a monumental traffic jam with only the sound of police and ambulance sirens to keep us company. In a jam surrounded by hoards of locals in the home kit. It was obvious that something had gone off, but what was it? Was it an accident or a pitch battle between rival forces? We didn't know and couldn't ask anyone because our accents would have blown our cover. In actuality the fact we weren't wearing the Leeds white kit may have already blown our cover! The white shirts started to leave the buses, cars and taxis and walk. They were all too reminiscent of sheep as line after line of them trudged down the motorway. The road was littered with white shirts a-bleating making their way to the ground. It was an incredible sight only matched by the scenes on the M6 after Diana's funeral. There was nothing the police could do because there were literally hundreds of them marching forever onwards toward their Mecca. And we sat there patiently waiting for the opportunity to turn off, park the car and join them on the road. We decided that the only one of us who should be empowered to speak if confronted was Dr Mark. It was he who could mimic the harsh Yarkshire tones. The rest of us were woefully inadequate in that department! As it happened we weren't accosted and so we approached the ground with our rather thin film of cover still in tact. Every Red was without colour apart from two women who had obviously never been to Leeds for a game before, either that or they were incredibly stupid. It was the only sight of a United shirt we saw on a supporter's back all afternoon, or should I say morning, because it was another Sky treat of an early start. With the game being swopped to the Sunday morning it also deprived us of any Norwegian members of the squad which had already been depleted by injuries. No wonder after two weeks of epic performances which have seen us reach two Cup Finals. We dispersed to our own seats and arranged a place to meet up either at half time or at the end of the game. We were all down at the end opposite the Revie Stand where, with them all in white made it almost impossible to see their players when they were past the halfway line. In fact practically the entire crowd would be on Martin's christmas card list with the amount they must have spent in the souvenir shop. As the teams ran out we saw that Stam was not among the United players. We had heard on the radio that he was playing and had been relieved at the news, but that was given out on 5 Live, so maybe we should have taken it with a pinch of salt. Now we knew the truth we would be facing Leeds with David May and Wes in the heart of defence. My heart sank as I pondered the prospects. No disrespect to either, who I don't think have ever played together in the first team, but against a Leeds attack which has been performing of late we would surely fall. And so it was. The first half was more or less an endless Leeds assault on Peter's net in front of us which really should have produced more than the one goal. The team was tired and lacklustre and even though we tried to lift them with frequent choruses of the calypso, so were we. There was a brief moment of hope when a melee at the other end should have given us some reward, but it wasn't to be. Leeds were up for it and so were their fans. It was only what was expected as they went through their usual repertoire of "we are Leeds" ad infinitum punctuated with liberal quantities of the Dambusters theme and accompanying arm movements. They crawled out of the deepest of pits for this game. I was standing much too close to them, so close I could smell the stench of prejudice. You didn't have to search for it, it was written all over every face, even the kids were etched in bitterness. There were two blondes who in other circumstances you may have considered to be very attractive, but they were worst of all. The vileness which spewed out of their mouths would have made most people vomit. The euphoria of the last few days had taken its toll both on and off the pitch and at times we could hardly muster the encouragement the team needed to lift itself free of the mess it was creating. It was no surprise when Hasselbaink scored, it was only a surprise when Boyer, Kewell and Smith didn't. So at half time we hoped that Fergie would be able to lift the troops and conjure up another miracle, they had recovered from the Turin shroud after all. I think the majority of us would have settled for a draw before the game and at half time we would definitely settle for one. The boys in the shirts kicked towards our end in the second period and it was obvious the Wizard had woven his magic as they had found their fifth gear and were at last motoring close to full speed. The Leeds goal was at last under threat and we were giving them support from the terraces. Before long we were buoyed by a goal. Keano sent over a curling Beckham type cross, Nicky headed for Martyn to save, but there was Andy in where it hurts. The end product was hardly a thing of beauty as Andy extended his leg just far enough to guide the ball past Martyn and into the net, but we didn't care. We celebrated that goal as if it was the best ever scored and then hoped for more. United bossed that second period and should have won the game with the very last kick. Suddenly Yorke, who had looked completely knackered for most of the game, burst into the box with just the keeper to beat. Glory beckoned, the top of the Premier League beckoned and so did the back of the net. With a sharp intake of breath we collectively drew the ball towards us and glory. But Yorkie was in no fit state to control the ball and skied it over from six yards. The referee blew his whistle and the game was over. We sighed two sighs - one for the miss and one for the relief of a point at the end of the day. The teams trooped off the pitch as we applauded them towards a well earned rest. We also look forward to a weeks recuperation as we gather ourselves for the remaining fixtures. I thought the team did remarkably well under the circumstances. You could see the resolve in their expressions, the will not to be beaten. Leeds is not an easy place to visit at any time, but after a Euro away it's the least desirable. We then waited in the ground while the sheep were rounded up and marched out of the ground. We weren't allowed to move from the spot as all exits were barred by police. The way to the pitch was barred by stewards, loads of stewards. In fact I've never seen so many stewards in my life, they stood there less than a yard apart and three deep! "You've got more bloody stewards than fans" we sang. We sang about United, about Barcelona and sunny Spain to keep ourselves amused. Eventually we broke them down with good old Manc humour as we sang "can you hear the stewards sing, nooooo, noooooo, can you hear the stewards sing, I can't hear a f**king thing," followed by "shhhhhhh". Certain stewards were singled out for treatment as famous people look-a-likes. My favourite was "Lionel, Lionel give us a wave," "there's only one Lionel Richie", as the Lionel Richie look-a-like realised it was him, took a bow and gave us a dance. Stewards with a sense of humour - what will they think of next!! They were laughing along with us so we sang "we're the best behaved supporters when we win, but we're a right bunch of b......s when we lose!" It passed the time and endeared at least some of the men and women in yellow, orange, green or any other colour you can think of, to us, but most of them were beyond humour and remained transfixed in scowl mode. Eventually, after about half an hour we were let out. Gradually the five in our party reformed and we ventured out onto the streets. The battleground was formed as we were met with yet another police cordon assembled by the coaches. The whole area was awash with riot police on foot, on horseback or in vans. It was like a war zone as the sirens sounded and the helicopter hovered above our heads. Earlier that morning over a hundred Kosovan Albanians had been dropped off in Leeds, if they'd been at Elland Road they'd have felt they'd never left their homeland. Poor b......s, why did they have to take them to this god forsaken place? We were kept surrounded as the coaches were loaded and then allowed to the next cordon a couple of hundred yards further up the road. In the distance we could see Leeds fans massing on the motorway bridge and at the other side, hundreds of them waited outside a pub. We had no idea what to expect as we were allowed through the next police barrier. It was then into the unknown as the last line of police walked in unison towards us and we passed through them like some bizarre formation team and from then on we were on our own apart from a lone policeman armed with a video camera trained on the line of delinquents on the bridge. The five of us walked together, always watching, always listening, with the sounds of the police vans screeching in the distance, the howls from the locals on the bridge and the whirring of the helicopter blades overhead. We made it back unharmed, but with the realisation that it surely is a city of the dammed - go there at your peril. However they did give us Eric! Copyright RED KELLY 1999
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Subject: O'LEARY PROMISES MORE OF THE SAME Alex Ferguson can rely on the unlikely aid of bitter rivals Leeds United to help his treble-chasing side to FA Carling Premiership glory. The Old Trafford boss watched anxiously as his weary European warriors were held to a 1-1 draw by a sparkling young Leeds side at Elland Road. But he left Yorkshire with an assurance from Leeds boss David O'Leary that his starlets would give table-topping Arsenal - who ended the weekend a point above United for the first time this season - a roasting when they visit Elland Road next month. O'Leary, a former Highbury favourite, knows his team could have the destiny of the Premiership title in their hands when they go to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea and then entertain Arsenal at home in the next three weeks. And while O'Leary believes Arsenal will push Ferguson's side all the way he insists Manchester United have the best squad to handle the Premiership run-in, despite their attentions being diverted by the FA Cup and European Cup finals. ''Knowing Arsenal, they'll have a belief that they are not going to give much away in the run-in,'' said O'Leary. ''The old guard at the back will believe that nobody is going to get by them and they've always got a chance at the other end. ''In the run-in when you have got that solidness it is a great benefit. ''For all you can score lots of goals, every great team has been built on having a quality defence. ''But I'll try to kick their butt here in the next couple of weeks, don't worry about that.'' If Leeds play anything like the way they tormented United in the first 45 minutes there is every chance Arsenal will go home empty-handed. Their terrier-like midfield of David Batty, Lee Bowyer and Stephen McPhail swept aside their United counterparts for vast tracts of a match which only proved that something magical is blossoming at Elland Road. Dutch striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, who scored the Leeds goal, and 19-year-old Australian winger Harry Kewell, a contender for the most thrilling runner in the Premiership, also provided a razor-sharp cutting edge in a team which boasted seven players aged 21 or under. ''I could have fielded an all under-21 side,'' said O'Leary. ''I've got a group of young lads who can cope with any situation. They want to play on the big stage. When you play at big clubs like Manchester United you need a certain type of player to be able to handle that pressure. It's the same at Leeds. ''We respect Manchester United because they are a great side but we don't fear them. And I'm going to try over the next five years to try to chase them and hound them home and away. ''When we go to Old Trafford I'm going to try to take them on there, playing good football, not fancy dan football but passing football with a purpose.'' O'Leary backed his lofty ambitions by signing a new five-year, before the kick-off and if he can keep his youngsters together there is every chance that some of domestic soccer's most prestigious prizes will be adorned in white ribbons before too long. For Ferguson the timescale is more pressing and the point salvaged with Andy Cole's second-half equaliser - which leaves United trailing Arsenal by a point with a game in hand - could prove vital. ''Considering the exertions of the past two weeks I'm proud of my team,'' said Ferguson. ''Leeds were pumped up and when we lost a goal we had a mountain to climb. But all games are hard at this time of the year. Leeds have got some exciting youngsters. They hustled and harried and we did well to overcome that.''
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Subject: UNITED DUO WITHDRAW FROM IRELAND SQUAD Manchester United's Roy Keane and Denis Irwin were today pulled out of the Republic of Ireland team to play Sweden in a friendly international in Dublin on Wednesday. Both players sustained injuries in United's 1-1 draw at Leeds yesterday and it means Irish manager Mick McCarthy has now lost four players from his original selection for the game against England's main rivals in the Euro 2000 qualifiers. Middlesbrough's new signing Keith O'Neill was withdrawn earlier this week and yesterday Leeds United's Ian Harte was also pulled out McCarthy said: ''It's a blow to lose four players like that but in a friendly international you always expect a few players to be missing, especially when their clubs are involved in vital league matches at this time of the season. ''Clearly I would like to take on Sweden's strongest team with our strongest side but often it's not realistic to suppose that will happen.'' Sweden were arriving in Dublin today but without Arsenal's midfielder Fredrik Ljungberg who has a groin injury and has only made sporadic appearances for the Gunners since hitting the goal against Poland last month which put his country into command of England's qualifying group.
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Subject: GINOLA PIPS YORKE TO PLAYER OF THE YEAR David Ginola has been voted Player of the Year by his fellow professionals ahead of United's Champions' Cup hero Dwight Yorke and World Cup winner Emmanuel Petit. Nicolas Anelka of Arsenal, lifted the Young Player of the Year award ahead of last year's winner Michael Owen and Harry Kewell of Leeds. Five United stars were named in the PFA team of the year: Yorke, David Beckham, Denis Irwin, Gary Neville and Jaap Stam.
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