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Rainy
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(Original post by afireinside©)
We've had to wait years for this..
Finally good times are on their way back.
Moyes is the chosen one, he's special, I just know he's the one to bring trophies to this footbal club :cool:
A 'chosen one' and a 'special one'? Somehow, I have the feeling that the biggest trophy you're likely to win is the Carling Cup.
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They had colour photos back then? :rofl:
hahahaha :rofl:

It wasnt that long ago, 1995 I believe
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(Original post by Raindance)
A 'chosen one' and a 'special one'? Somehow, I have the feeling that the biggest trophy you're likely to win is the Carling Cup.
Most of the LFC fans I know said they'd love Moyes to be manager of LFC.
I don't really think the Carling Cup is our #1 target next season... :cool:
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(Original post by afireinside©)
Most of the LFC fans I know said they'd love Moyes to be manager of LFC.
Dissenters! I wouldn't change Rafa for any other manager in the world. :eek:

(Original post by afi)
I don't really think the Carling Cup is our #1 target next season... :cool:
I wouldn't begrudge you it, it's been a while! But 'good things come to those who wait', and all that jazz.
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Dissenters! I wouldn't change Rafa for any other manager in the world. :eek:
Awww How loyal!

I wouldn't begrudge you it, it's been a while! But 'good things come to those who wait', and all that jazz.
Yeah i'd accept the Carling Cup, obviously, but I think our priorities will be getting to the group stages of the CL and finishing as high in the Premierleague as we can! :cool:
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(Original post by afireinside©)
Awww How loyal!
Well he's one of the best managers in the world, and has the full support of every real lfc fan. Just like i'm sure you all (mistakenly :p:) adore moyes.

(Original post by dannyboy)
Yeah i'd accept the Carling Cup, obviously, but I think our priorities will be getting to the group stages of the CL and finishing as high in the Premierleague as we can! :cool:
They're good goals, and fuly achievable. Next season will be interesting for us. Champions' League qualification is a must, a few decent cup runs, and progression to the knockout stages of next seasons CL. I don't expect any more, or any less.
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moyes? i agree with raindance i wudnt swap rafa to have ronaldinho
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I think it's about time you two introduced yourselves..

Hi,

I'm Dan
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(Original post by sb1986)
moyes? i agree with raindance i wudnt swap rafa to have ronaldinho
Weird, I would. Ronaldinho could be a wiked player/manager :cool:
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Ben and Sameer!
Good good :cool:
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(Original post by afireinside©)
I think it's about time you two introduced yourselves..

Hi,

I'm Dan
<~ Ben. :p:

Sorry about that - missed that post completely. Was making/eating dinner.

(Original post by TheWolf)
Weird, I would. Ronaldinho could be a wiked player/manager :cool:
I reckon Rafa would make an even better LW/Striker! :cool:
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looool. Yes, that'd be quite a sight! =D
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looool. Yes, that'd be quite a sight! =D
Don Rafael "twinkletoes" Benitez? :rofl:
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Most of the LFC fans I know said they'd love Moyes to be manager of LFC
I'm sure they do... :confused:

(Original post by Raindance)
<~ Ben. :p:

Sorry about that - missed that post completely. Was making/eating dinner.



I reckon Rafa would make an even better LW/Striker! :cool:
The way our injuries were going, I was thinking Rafa was our best option upfront at one time
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Sir Alex Ferguson's plans to challenge Barclays Premiership champions Chelsea could be hampered by financial restrictions at Old Trafford in the wake of the Malcolm Glazer takeover.

Major sponsors Nike have already warned Manchester United a continued lack of success could cost them dear while there are reports a limit of £25million has been put on Ferguson's annual transfer budget.

With money no object for Chelsea, who are bankrolled by Russian oil billionaire Roman Abramovich, the gap between the two clubs could well grow.

Sportswear manufacturers Nike began a 13-year kit deal with the Red Devils in August 2002 worth up to £303million, but it is reported a get-out clause will allow the company to decide in July next year whether to continue that agreement past the 2007-08 season.

And vice-president of sports marketing Ian Todd has admitted they will be monitoring United's progress following their failure to win a trophy last season.

Todd told The Sunday Telegraph: "We don't know what is going to happen next year. All options are open.

"Chelsea won the league this year, Arsenal won the FA Cup and Liverpool won the Champions League. So you could argue that Manchester United is only the fourth-best club in England at the moment.

"If, for example, Manchester United failed to qualify for the Champions League next season, that might be a problem. We will look very carefully at this situation, as we do with all our sponsorship agreements."

The Independent on Sunday also claims to have seen documents outlining the restrictions which will be placed on Ferguson's spending on players.

It is suggested there is a schedule in place which states net expenditure on players cannot exceed £26million per annum in the next two seasons, with the limit dropping to £25million in subsequent years to 2014.

The paper reports a cap on the absolute amount available to spend rises from £31million to £34million with an additional £25million to be spent over the nine years.
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Loooooooooool =DDDDD
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Rainy
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(Original post by Football 365)
Sir Alex Ferguson's plans to challenge Barclays Premiership champions Chelsea could be hampered by financial restrictions at Old Trafford in the wake of the Malcolm Glazer takeover.

Major sponsors Nike have already warned Manchester United a continued lack of success could cost them dear while there are reports a limit of £25million has been put on Ferguson's annual transfer budget.

With money no object for Chelsea, who are bankrolled by Russian oil billionaire Roman Abramovich, the gap between the two clubs could well grow.

Sportswear manufacturers Nike began a 13-year kit deal with the Red Devils in August 2002 worth up to £303million, but it is reported a get-out clause will allow the company to decide in July next year whether to continue that agreement past the 2007-08 season.

And vice-president of sports marketing Ian Todd has admitted they will be monitoring United's progress following their failure to win a trophy last season.

Todd told The Sunday Telegraph: "We don't know what is going to happen next year. All options are open.

"Chelsea won the league this year, Arsenal won the FA Cup and Liverpool won the Champions League. So you could argue that Manchester United is only the fourth-best club in England at the moment.

"If, for example, Manchester United failed to qualify for the Champions League next season, that might be a problem. We will look very carefully at this situation, as we do with all our sponsorship agreements."

The Independent on Sunday also claims to have seen documents outlining the restrictions which will be placed on Ferguson's spending on players.

It is suggested there is a schedule in place which states net expenditure on players cannot exceed £26million per annum in the next two seasons, with the limit dropping to £25million in subsequent years to 2014.

The paper reports a cap on the absolute amount available to spend rises from £31million to £34million with an additional £25million to be spent over the nine years.
Okey dokey...
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You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to TheWolf again.
Raindance: feel free to return the favour
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I cant be bothered to figure it out :p:

is there some hidden message in that?
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Raindance: feel free to return the favour
Yay! I win, I win!

PS: Is mine worth anything yet?
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