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He comes on, scores and changes the dimension of the game. How can Fergie let Carlos go?
So it on to Saturday and I hope we win the league at Old Traford. It will wash off the trauma of 2003 when the Gunners won the league at Old Traford.
Come on United

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posted May 14, 2009

true, we really need to keep players like tevez. we should be selling nani this summer for sure. keep charlie, he's a battler like sparky used to be and could become a legend at old trafford.

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posted May 14, 2009

and congrats to you mate for having the decency to applaud us... refreshing to see a liverpool fan with a good nature...

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posted May 14, 2009

Sorry my manc friends, Tevez is off down the East lancs to join his mate at Liverpool. Even if Fergie offered him a deal, he will turn it down, as it is far too late.

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posted May 14, 2009

This has nothing to do with AF not knowing Tevez is a fantastic player who has demonstrated his desire to stay @ Untd. AF will not deal with this idiot agent who screwed up with West Ham and nearly ruined Tevez's career in the UK. AF will never be bullied into making a deal, and rightly so. He'll happily lose a signing rather than kowtow to pressure from agents. As if there's any other club that could offer a player anything as close as to what Untd can?

Tevez - lose that prat of an agent and You'll get a contract the next day...

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posted May 14, 2009

Where's Benetiz gone? He has been so vocal all season about Liverpool and bad mouthing Fergie! Actions speak louder than words ay?

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posted May 14, 2009

I was talking to a wigan fan and last night and he was disgusted by the performance of his team, from the point of view that they had not played no where near as well in the previous six games.

He said if they played like that every game of the season and not just against United,then they would be in the top six of the premiership.It was hard to disagree with him on that one.

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posted May 14, 2009

strange that liverpool lost least games, scored most goals and thrashed manooo twice yet find themselves still behind...

if it was based on the old system ( 2points for a win and 1 for a draw) b there would only be 2 points in it!

manoo on 59
liverpool 57

- think the old system makes more sense ;-)


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posted May 14, 2009

Tevez stay, Tevez go, Tevez stay, Tevez go. Should i stay or should i go now? If i stay there will be a double, If i go there will be trouble.
Who cares! Tevez is great but, he is afterall an impact man, a man like loveable ole, but not as good.
I think his passion is driving him to move on because he will never be first choice. If he does go we will need to replace his energy, verve and temporal genius.
I say get rid of Tevez and Nani, buy valencia and then you will see what red machine means.We will revrt to 442 or 4411 and kill most teams.
This has been an amazing year for PL and next year will be closer, so let's not get sentimental about Tevez's 5 goals, Macheda has scored 2 great goas and only played a handful of games.
Bottom line, it's too much cost and not enough revenue(goals). fans forget that Carrick won us that game and he does so many time a game.
End this chapter now, get rid of Tevez so that we can start to speculate about how much Ron will sell for lmao... in irony.

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posted May 16, 2009

I want Tevez to stay :D

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