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Man Utd 4-1 Bolton

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Ji-Sung Park and Wayne Rooney each scored twice as Manchester United tightened their grip on the title race by thrashing Bolton Wanderers.

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posted Mar 18, 2007

Bolton manager Sam Allardyce:
"I can't understand how we have conceded three goals from our dead-ball situations.
"We have to get the basics right and play the percentage game as we have not the same quality as them United.

"We have gifted Manchester United three goal. I am angry with us not doing those things right."

Come on BBC, Sam has just lost 4-1 and you are misquoting him so badly you make him sound retarded "three goal"? "them United"?

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posted Mar 18, 2007

comment by RockallChameleon
posted 44 Minutes Ago

A PICTURE SAYS A THOUSNAD WORDS AND THE PICTURE OF ROONEY TO THIS THREAD, TELLS ME WHY HE WAS SENT OFF IN THE WORLD CUP AND USED ANOTHER PLAYERS GENITALIA AS A LANDING PLATFORM. The Photo is grotesque.

I bet you're no pin up either....and he can probably spell 'thousand'...and know when to use capitals.

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posted Mar 18, 2007

This is shaping up to be the most boring end to the premiership season ever. Nearly every significant position is decided: United will get 1st, Chelsea will get 2nd, Arsenal 3rd, Liverpool 4th...Charlton, West Ham, Watford are all down aswell. The only bit that's in doubt is who will get the Uefa Cup places...how exciting!

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posted Mar 18, 2007

personally I think Alan Smith is a terrible midfield player, he doesn't have the confidence, passing ability nor fitness to keep up the performances. Am I right in thinking Man Utd were supposed to be playing him as a striker this season anyway? We certainly need some cover for injured strikers while we have more then enough midfielders. It will still take a big slip up for United to give this title away with the games we have left.

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comment by Googzie (U2385958)

posted Mar 18, 2007

lrd now you are starting to push it really calling Saha better than Ruud is an insult to the best striker we have had since Denis Law..so dont even bother going there.


The difference between Saha and Smith is that Saha is supposed to be our main striker but he cant play 5 games in a row. And yes I will stick by Smith he is a good back up. You lrd unlike most people here I know your history, I remember you hated Smith even before he kicked a ball for ManUtd so I'm not really surprised

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posted Mar 18, 2007

evryone has the right to enjoy sport even if they cant get to the match and are confined to their t.v, however i agree that sun generally spreads hate into the four corners of britain and is probably partly responsilble for mass the social problems in the uk as well as the misinformed opinion of most of its readers.



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posted Mar 18, 2007

merryseaj

Well said. When a crisp shaped like the Queen is newsworthy (...only to the Sun), it is a sad day for journalism.

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comment by utdmadd (U7622776)

posted Mar 18, 2007

we won sooo all u un utd guyzz shhhh

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posted Mar 18, 2007

ole hurt himself its taken a very long time but hes somewhat of come back :) smith will do the same give him another year and he HOPEFULLY should had his best touch back and be very goal hungry. just let him play in reserves for now getting him match and game play fitness.

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posted Mar 19, 2007

Another won!!! Brilliant

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