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    Thanks for your information!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebor:
    How much is it?
    Ok just checked my subscription details. 99/month but I think they increased again. Best way you call their hotline and check it out. I've been told that next years FIFA World Cup will be within TVB Network Vision!

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    Excellent NW14. Thanks for sharing. ManU did the right thing selling Berbatov. He has seen better days. What was the price tag?


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    I just finished reading Fergie's latest autobiography, and I was so disappointed in his reasoning in purchasing Berbatov ane why he stuck by him, going Tevez less playing time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proplus:
    I just finished reading Fergie's latest autobiography, and I was so disappointed in his reasoning in purchasing Berbatov ane why he stuck by him, going Tevez less playing time.

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    How was it overall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    How was it overall?
    Its not bad, but I found it a little short. The papers has a go at him with excerpts from the book (e.g. about Keane, Lampard and Gerrard), but you really need to read the other bits around it to fully understand his decisions.

    I didn't know that he really wanted to sign Vieira after he sold Keane, even after the pizza-gate incident, as he saw him as the ideal replacement. in the book, he never mentions really why he sort of neglected the Man Utd midfield in his last few years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proplus:
    Its not bad, but I found it a little short. The papers has a go at him with excerpts from the book (e.g. about Keane, Lampard and Gerrard), but you really need to read the other bits around it to fully understand his decisions.

    I didn't know that he really wanted to sign Vieira after he sold Keane, even after the pizza-gate incident, as he saw him as the ideal replacement. in the book, he never mentions really why he sort of neglected the Man Utd midfield in his last few years.
    That's what I thought. A lot taken out of context. Yeah thats really something new with Vieira. Wow. Who would have thought. The Pizzagate incident was amazing. ( Who threw the pizza?) Think it took a long long time until all back to normal between both clubs. Arsenal was on a roll in 2004 but the defeat at Old Trafford was more than just a 2:0 loss.

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    He still doesn't know who threw the pizza, but he did hear rumours it was Fabregas.

    I'm currently on the Zlatan Ibrahimovic book, it's painful to read. It's all over the place. He portrays himself as a constant anger fueled bad boy that never grew up much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proplus:
    He still doesn't know who threw the pizza, but he did hear rumours it was Fabregas.

    I'm currently on the Zlatan Ibrahimovic book, it's painful to read. It's all over the place. He portrays himself as a constant anger fueled bad boy that never grew up much.

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    hah, almost forgot about that incident.

    Fergie also came out as saying he couldn't pick a top ManU XI during his time as manager but Dennis Irwin would be first on the team sheet. He also gave a little nod towards Cantona as well.

    A top Fergie XI would be interesting in his 26 years at the helm.
    Van der Sar or Schmeichel as keeper?
    Steve Bruce and Irwin at the back?
    Surely not Taibi...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NW14:
    hah, almost forgot about that incident.

    Fergie also came out as saying he couldn't pick a top ManU XI during his time as manager but Dennis Irwin would be first on the team sheet. He also gave a little nod towards Cantona as well.

    A top Fergie XI would be interesting in his 26 years at the helm.
    Van der Sar or Schmeichel as keeper?
    Steve Bruce and Irwin at the back?
    Surely not Taibi...
    As someone who detest's Man United I'll have a go at picking what i think would be their best starting 11.

    Schmeichel

    Neville - Vidic - Ferdinand - Irwin

    Ronaldo - Keane - Scholes - Giggs

    Cantona

    Van Nistelrooy
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