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Old 15-01-2005, 14:18   #31
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1 - 0 at half time.. Liverpool looking Shakey in Defense... united too to an extent but not as much as Pool.. it will be a great 2nd half..


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Old 15-01-2005, 14:33   #32
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I actually thought Giggs and Ferdinand were playing, or at least one would play.

Alonso's absence is gonna prove crucial for Liverpool, though now they're still controlling the play.
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Old 15-01-2005, 15:25   #33
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Once agan Dudek's howler gives United a victory at Anfield, it's the 3rd successive win in recent seasons for the Red Devils.

Brown got sent off

And what a pity Morientes didn't score on his debut. He could have made a sensational start, but on the pitch he looked well short of match action. Liverpool weren't wise to throw him into the game straightaway.

So, a losing start for Morientes...
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Old 15-01-2005, 15:28   #34
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United were piling the pressure when Brown was sent off..
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Old 15-01-2005, 15:37   #35
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Anyway what do you think of Rooney's winner???
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Old 15-01-2005, 15:54   #36
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rooneys winner was lucky due to a mistake by dudek, loving rooneys celebration in front of the kop and someone threw there phone at him. Overall Man utd were the better team controlled more possesion until brown got sent off, keane scholes both played brilliantly they won the midfield battle today, whole team played well.Oh and i won my bet figo10 you was very confident
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Old 15-01-2005, 16:18   #37
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That's the first praise I've gotten from anyone on winning :p
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Old 15-01-2005, 16:38   #38
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dear o dear, dudek is a berk
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Old 15-01-2005, 16:45   #39
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if Keane's rocket was a goal.. it's gotta be manutd goal of the season
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ah yea forgot about keanes flick up then volley he does that all the time but hardly scores he still stuck on 49 goals, he played brilliant today aswell.
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A good performance for United. We had to dig deep and show character to keep the clean sheet after being reduced to ten men. I expected Liverpool to threaten Carroll's goal more than they did. Keano was unlucky to hit the underside of the bar with his half volley. I like to see him or Scholsey occupying the edge of the "D". It's something I'd like to pull off on PES too. I try hard to hit it first time on the turn from a cross or corner kick, all too often it sails into the high reaches of row Z.
Dudek will be angry to have conceeded a silly goal like that. That's five clean sheets in a row for United (mainly thanks to a certain refereeing decision against Spurs), It's a good time in the season to be hitting form although 11 points is a big deficit to try to crawl back from the Chelsea Allstars. Still, you never know - It's happened before and it's a funny old game after all.
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Old 15-01-2005, 17:47   #42
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Arsenal and Chelsea better not slip up anymore, who knows when United might ghost past them in the standings
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Old 15-01-2005, 18:02   #43
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Well, no slipping up for Chelsea today. Frank Jnr. saw to that. Let's see if JJ and the boys can cause an upset at the Reebok. I can dream can't I?
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Chelsea don't ever slip up

It's a bit early to throw in the towel altogether, but I really cannot see Arsenal or Man U catching Chelsea. They always seem to find a way of getting the result they need.
Man U have to beat Chelsea at Old Trafford, and then Arsenal have to beat them at Stamford Bridge, but even if that happens Chelsea still may be a point ahead. Doesn't look too promising at the moment.
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Well sure, they're Arsenal's bogey team, the team which caused their 2002-03 initial title run to turn into a nightmare by claiming a 2-2 draw there, which stunned the Gunners.
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