Thursday, May 05, 2005

[World Soccer Club] Digest Number 1474

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There are 25 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

1. Re: Liverpool 1 Chelsea 0
From: "jer_vanlint"
2. Re: Benitez: We can win it
From: "jer_vanlint"
3. Re: New file uploaded to worldsoccerclub2
From: "jer_vanlint"
4. Re: Welcome ppungdj
From: "jer_vanlint"
5. Wilhelmsson linked to Inter
From: "jer_vanlint"
6. Ali Karimi signs for Bayern Munich
From: "jer_vanlint"
7. Beckham most paid player in the world
From: "jer_vanlint"
8. Bayern celebrate title triumph
From: "jer_vanlint"
9. CL 2005/06 preview
From: "jer_vanlint"
10. Hail Champions Chelsea!
From: "jer_vanlint"
11. Re: Benitez: We can win it
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"
12. Lucky cunts
From: Adrian Bagley
13. Re: Lucky cunts
From: "jer_vanlint"
14. Schools drop Rooney as guest of honour
From: "jer_vanlint"
15. Re: Welcome ppungdj
From: "Manuel"
16. Re: Lucky cunts
From: "Manuel"
17. Dot Cotton to ruin Labour's chances of victory?
From: Adrian Bagley
18. Mourinho bids for his own coat
From: Adrian Bagley
19. Re: Dot Cotton to ruin Labour's chances of victory?
From: "Manuel"
20. Re: New file uploaded to worldsoccerclub2
From: "Adrian Bagley"
21. Re: New file uploaded to worldsoccerclub2
From: "Manuel"
22. Re: Lucky cunts
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"
23. Re: Lucky cunts
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"
24. Re: Welcome ppungdj
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"
25. Re: Schools drop Rooney as guest of honour
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"

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Message: 1
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 16:35:47 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Re: Liverpool 1 Chelsea 0

Yep, the palyers and fans were great.
They deserve the cup now :)

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
wrote:
> Yeah, Chelsea did look more disorganized than usual.
> Congratulations to Liverpool for winning that match.
>
> --- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
> wrote:
> >
> > Liverpool were left in dreamland last night after booking their
> place in the Champions League final.
> >
> > Rafa Benitez's heroes dumped Chelsea with a controversial early
> winner from Luis Garcia.
> >
> > And now Kop boss Benitez reckons his side can go on and lift the
> trophy for a FIFTH time.
> >
> > He said: "If you beat Juventus and Chelsea, why can't you beat
> Milan or PSV? We are certainly not going to the final to lose."
> >
> > Garcia's goal came after just four minutes, with his effort going
> an inch over the line before William Gallas hoofed the ball away.
> >
> > Gutted Chelsea chief Jose Mourinho insisted: "The best team
lost."
> Benitez added: "This win is fantastic for me and the club. It's
> difficult to explain because my English is not so good but I am
very,
> very proud.
> >
> > "People may say it is surprising to see us in the final but if
you
> see how we've played in the Champions League this year, maybe not
so
> much so.
> >
> > "Apart from Monaco and Olympiakos we have not played a bad game,
so
> why shouldn't we be there?"
> >
> > Benitez said in yesterday's Sun that his side would beat Mourinho
> and book a place in the final in Istanbul on May 25.
> >
> > The Spaniard added: "I said that, with our fans behind us and
with
> the players playing so well, we had a great chance of winning and
we
> have."
> >
> > "Yes, they put us under pressure but we controlled it more in the
> second half and the boys are jumping around. It's very joyous in
the
> dressing room.
> >
> > "The whole team was superb."
> >
> > Chairman David Moores was almost in tears of joy. He
insisted: "I'm
> in bloody dreamland! It's unbelievable, we're back where this club
> belongs."
> >
> > "The crowd were absolutely fantastic, so were the players and the
> manager has been absolutely immense since he came here.
> >
> > "I'm so proud that I can't put it into words. Can we win it? Of
> course we can, and next season the Premiership, too!"
> >
> > Mourinho has just done that this term and his confidence remained
> unbowed. He insisted: "I am still the Special One, for sure.
> >
> > "You want to try and succeed in your job like I have in mine for
> three years? You have no chance!
> >
> > "My players are still heroes, they did what no one in this club
has
> done for 50 years. Now I hope Liverpool can win, with all my heart
I
> hope that."
> >
> > He added: "I can't complain with my success, with my career, or
> with God because he is still with me.
> >
> > "I'm sad at the result but tomorrow is another day and we will be
> preparing for next season. We have won two trophies and next season
> maybe we can win another two or three."
> >
> > To make things worse for Chelsea, midfield ace Frank Lampard
> revealed he will need an op on his toe when the season ends and
will
> miss England's tour to the USA.
> >
> > Well Mr Mourinho, you can have most of the possession, you can
have
> most of the attacking, you can say whatever you want but, the
bottom
> line is that over the 2 legs, Dudek only had ONE serious good save
to
> make and that was from a Lampard freekick in the 2nd half last
night.
> Yes, you had good chances but 99% of them were off target. What was
> it like to feel the awesome power of the Kop? I wouldn't be
surprised
> at all if you've never been to a visiting ground and heard an
> atmosphere like the one last night.
> >
> > I tell you guys something: Last night, I don't recall ever being
> more nervous watching a match than I was watching the 2nd half of
> last night's game. The longer it went on and the score remained 1-
0,
> I was thinking to myself: "Please, don't let this be another
> Liverpool vs Arsenal from 1989 in terms of drama at the end". Of
> course on that occasion, Arsenal needed to win by a 2 goal margin
> where as last night, Chelsea only needed to equalise in order to
take
> them through on away goals. When Gudjohnsen missed that chance at
the
> end (Drogba could have still ended up putting Gudjohnsen's shot
in),
> I could not have been more reliefed.
> >
> > Aid
> >
> >
> > Send instant messages to your online friends
> http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com

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Message: 2
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 16:37:33 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Re: Benitez: We can win it

Too bad they won't be in the CL next season :(

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
wrote:
>
> Rafael Benitez declared that Liverpool could complete a remarkable
Champions League triumph after yet another European glory night at
Anfield.
> Liverpool will meet either AC Milan or PSV Eindhoven in the final
in Istanbul after Luis Garcia's controversial fourth-minute strike
was enough to defeat newly-crowned league champions Chelsea.
> And Benitez declared: "Now we need to wait to see the team that we
play against. After that, why can't we win? If you play in the final,
it's for winning, not for losing."
> He added: "When you reach the final, you know that the other team
will be a good side. For us, it's important to be in the final.
> "If we have beaten Bayer Leverkusen, Juventus and Chelsea, why not
AC Milan or PSV? It's possible, for sure. It would be fantastic for
me and the club. We are just waiting for the moment."
> Liverpool were inspired to an historic victory by a spine-tingling
atmosphere at Anfield as they defended heroically to complete a 1-0
triumph on aggregate.
> Man-of-the-match Jamie Carragher nevertheless insisted that the
club would not be resting on their laurels, even after this memorable
victory.
> "This club has been built on those type of nights and they have
been taken away from us in the last few years but we were desperate
to get back to those nights," he declared.
> "I hasn't really sunk in yet. There were great scenes at the end
but at the end of the day it is only a semi-final. This is not
finished, there is still a cup to be won."
>
> Whether the final will be Liverpool vs AC Milan or Liverpool vs PSV
Eindhoven, it won't be easy but its not impossible to win it
>
> Aid
>
>
> Send instant messages to your online friends
http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com

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Message: 3
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 16:38:01 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Re: New file uploaded to worldsoccerclub2

great file :p

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com,
worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> This email message is a notification to let you know that
> a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the worldsoccerclub2
> group.
>
> File : /Great finish.wmv
> Uploaded by : adrianbagley27
> Description : Great finish :))
>
> You can access this file at the URL:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/worldsoccerclub2/files/Great%
20finish.wmv
>
> To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
> http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/groups/files
>
> Regards,
>
> adrianbagley27

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Message: 4
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 16:39:39 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Re: Welcome ppungdj

Indeed, all Italian members were blocked :p

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "Adrian Bagley"
wrote:
> Now why would we want to bash ppungdj about 2002? :D
>
> Aid
>
> --- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
> wrote:
> > Hello, hope you post lol.
> > I'm also Korean so you're not alone. Not everyone here will bash
> you
> > about 2002 :P

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Message: 5
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 16:44:12 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Wilhelmsson linked to Inter

The Swedish right winger is the latest player to be added on the
Nerazzurri's wish list.

Inter are preparing to raid Anderlecht this summer as apart from the
much publicized move for Vincent Kompany, the Milan based club are also
interested in bringing Christian Wilhelmsson.

The 26-year-old player has impressed the Nerazzurri scouts and Moratti
is ready to fork out the money for the winger, whose contract expires
in 2006 and therefore Anderlecht cannot afford to lose him on a free
transfer.

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Wilhemsson is a great player. Any team could use him on the right wing.

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Message: 6
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 16:50:33 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Ali Karimi signs for Bayern Munich

Newly-crowned German champions Bayern Munich have confirmed the
signing of Asian Footballer of the Year Ali Karimi on a free transfer.

The highly-rated Iranian midfielder, one of Asia's most prominent
players, moves from Al Ahli of the United Arab Emirates to Bavaria on
a one-year contract with a view to extend at the end of his first
season. Bayern coach Felix Magath told reporters: "Karimi is a fast,
agile, dangerous player and will be a very interesting signing for
us."

Karimi is Bayern's first major summer signing, though on-loan
defender Philipp Lahm returns from Stuttgart to the Allianz Arena at
the end of the current season. The signing of Karimi may also be good
news for fellow Iranian Vahid Hashemian. The former Bochum striker
has had few opportunities this season under Magath and will hope that
the capture of his countryman suggests that the coach sees some role
for him in Bavaria.

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I wonder how good he is.
He might as well end the all season on the bench next season.

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Message: 7
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 16:53:53 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Beckham most paid player in the world

According to `France Football', the Galacticos' player earns 25 million
Euros per season from wages and advertisements.

David Beckham is the highest earner in today's football world according
to the French magazine, as the top three list features just Real Madrid
players. Ronaldo is in second place with 19.6 million, and in third
place we find Zinedine Zidane with 13 million Euros per year.

The fourth and fifth places are occupied by Italian players, Christian
Vieri (12 million) and Alessandro Del Piero (9.5 million).

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Seems like Real is still the best playing team.

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Message: 8
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 17:26:47 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Bayern celebrate title triumph

Bayern Munich players and officials are celebrating a 19th German
championship after sealing the Bundesliga crown with a 4-0 win at
Kaiserslautern on Saturday.

A hat-trick from striker Roy Makaay lit up a scintillating finale to
Bayern's league campaign and put the Bavarians out of sight of
Schalke 04 who failed to beat Bayer Leverkusen to prolong the title
race.

Coach Felix Magath, celebrating the triumph in his first season in
Munich, said: "I can't describe my relief, my joy, at winning a
trophy at last. Personal thanks to Bayern Munich because it wouldn't
have been possible without every single person at the club."

Midfield star Michael Ballack added: "We've played really well across
the whole season and we deserve the championship title. We've proved
we're the best team in the league."

Hot-shot Makaay was thrilled with his contribution, saying: "I came
to Munich because I wanted to win the league. It didn't work out last
term, but it has this time. I've scored three goals and set up
another today. It doesn't get much better than this."

Full-back Willy Sagnol saluted Klaus Augenthaler's Bayer side for
denying Schalke the points needed to delay Bayern
celebrations: "We've brought home the title a little earlier than we
expected – thanks to Leverkusen."

Countryman Bixente Lizarazu preferred to look ahead, warning: "That
was just the first trophy of the season. Now we have to beat Schalke
in the Pokal final."

Table:
1.FC Bayern München.. 31 21 05 05 62-27 68 Champions
2.FC Schalke 04...... 31 18 03 10 50-42 57
3.VfB Stuttgart...... 31 16 07 08 52-35 55
-------------- CL
4.SV Werder Bremen... 31 16 05 10 62-34 53
5.Hertha BSC Berlin.. 31 14 11 06 56-30 53
-------------- UEFA
6.Bayer 04 Leverkusen 31 14 08 09 55-41 50
7.Hamburger SV....... 31 16 02 13 54-47 50
8.Borussia Dortmund.. 31 12 10 09 42-42 46

Topscorers:
22 Marek Mintal (Nürnberg)
17 Marcelinho (Berlin)
16 Roy Makaay (München)
15 Dimitar Berbatov (Leverkusen)
15 Delron Buckley (Bielefeld)
15 Miroslav Klose (Bremen)
14 Jan Koller (Dortmund)
13 Ailton (Schalke)
13 Andrej Voronin (Leverkusen)
12 Cacau (Stuttgart)
12 Kevin Kuranyi (Stuttgart)

Last champions:
1998/99 FC Bayern München
1999/00 FC Bayern München
2000/01 FC Bayern München
2001/02 BV Borussia Dortmund
2002/03 FC Bayern München
2003/04 SV Werder Bremen
2004/05 FC Bayern München

Number of wins
19 FC Bayern München
09 FC Nürnberg
07 FC Schalke 04
06 BV Borussia Dortmund
06 Hamburger SV
05 VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach

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Another title for Bayern, too bad :(

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Message: 9
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 18:12:23 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: CL 2005/06 preview

According to the current national league standings we should get the
following teams in next year's Champions League:

Champions League 1st qualifying round:

Protected teams
Anorthosis Famagusta FC (Cyp) .......4,695
NK Gorica (Slo) .....................4,190
FC Dinamo Tbilisi (Geo) .............4,035
FC Haka (Fin) .......................3,159 *
FH Hafnarfjördur (Ice) ..............2,595 *
Shelbourne FC (Ire) .................2,375 *
NK Zrinjski (Bos) ...................2,365
Skonto FC (Lat) .....................2,200 *
FC Sheriff (Mol) ....................2,090
FBK Kaunas (Lit) ....................1,760 *
FK Rabotnicki (Mac) .................1,485

Not protected teams
FC Dinamo Minsk (Bel) ..............1,348 *
Sliema Wanderers FC (Mal) ...........0,990
FC Pyunik (Arm) .....................0,990 *
KF Tirana (Alb) .....................0,880
FC Levadia Tallinn (Est) ............0,825 *
Glentoran FC (N-Ir) .................0,715 *
Total Network Solutions FC (Wal) ....0,605 *
F91 Dudelange (Lux) .................0,550
FK Neftchi (Aze) ....................0,440
HB Tórshavn (Far) ...................0,330 *
FC Kairat Almaty (Kaz) ..............0,220 *

Champions League 2nd qualifying round:

Protected teams
Galatasaray SK (Tur) ...............50,873
RSC Anderlecht (Bel) ...............47,478
Rangers FC (Sco) ...................40,478
FC Dynamo Kyiv (Ukr) ...............40,135
FC Lokomotiv Moskva (Rus) ..........38,058 *
FK Partizan (Ser) ..................30,013
Maccabi Haifa FC (Isr) .............21,219 *
FC Steaua Bucuresti (Rom) ..........20,101
Brøndby IF (Den) ...................19,676
SK Rapid Wien (Aus) ................15,209
PFC CSKA Sofia (Bul) ...............15,119
Debreceni VSC (Hun) ................14,390
Vålerenga IF (Nor) .................11,666 *
HNK Hajduk Split (Cro) .............10,981

Not protected teams
FC Thun (Swi) .......................6,889
Malmö FF (Swe) ......................5,077 *
FC Artmedia Petržalka (Slk) .........4,850
Anorthosis Famagusta FC (Cyp) .......4,695
NK Gorica (Slo) .....................4,190
FC Dinamo Tbilisi (Geo) .............4,035
FC Haka (Fin) .......................3,159 *
FH Hafnarfjördur (Ice) ..............2,595 *
Shelbourne FC (Ire) .................2,375 *
NK Zrinjski (Bos) ...................2,365
Skonto FC (Lat) .....................2,200 *
FC Sheriff (Mol) ....................2,090
FBK Kaunas (Lit) ....................1,760 *
FK Rabotnicki (Mac) .................1,485

Teams with a * are already qualified for the Champions League
Qualifying rounds.
According that the team with the highest coefficient qualifies during
the 1st qualifying round...

Champions League 3rd qualifying round

Protected teams:
Manchester United (Eng) ...........110,676
FC Internazionale Milano (Ita) ....101,098
FC Porto (Por) .....................93,685
Celtic FC (Sco) ....................63,478
Villarreal CF (Spa) ................58,327
VfB Stuttgart (Ger) ................58,167
AS Monaco FC (Fra) .................53,325
AFC Ajax (Ned) .....................51,925
Galatasaray SK (Tur) ...............50,873
Club Brugge KV (Bel) ...............50,478
AEK Athens FC (Gre) ................47,715
RSC Anderlecht (Bel) ...............47,478
Rangers FC (Sco) ...................40,478
FC Dynamo Kyiv (Ukr) ...............40,135
FC Lokomotiv Moskva (Rus) ..........38,058 *
Rosenborg BK (Nor) .................36,666 *

Not protected teams:
Sevilla FC (Spa) ...................36,327
FC Basel 1893 (Swi) ................33,889
Wisla Kraków (Pol) .................32,930
FK Partizan (Ser) ..................30,013
FC Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukr) ..........27,135
Maccabi Haifa FC (Isr) .............21,219 *
Everton FC (Eng) ...................20,676
FC Steaua Bucuresti (Rom) ..........20,101
UC Sampdoria (Ita) .................20,098
Brøndby IF (Den) ...................19,676
FK Teplice (Cze) ...................18,224
SK Rapid Wien (Aus) ................15,209
PFC CSKA Sofia (Bul) ...............15,119
Debreceni VSC (Hun) ................14,390
Vålerenga IF (Nor) .................11,666 *
HNK Hajduk Split (Cro) .............10,981

Teams with a * are already qualified for the Champions League
Qualifying rounds.
According that the team with the highest coefficient qualifies during
the 2nd qualifying round...

Champions League group phase

Pot A
AC Milan (Ita) ....................119,098 * (CL-winner)
Real Madrid CF (Spa) ..............131,327 *
FC Barcelona (Spa) ................117,327 *
Manchester United (Eng) ...........110,676
FC Internazionale Milano (Ita) ....101,098
FC Bayern München (Ger) ............97,167 *
FC Porto (Por) .....................93,685
Arsenal FC (Eng) ...................93,676

Pot B
Juventus (Ita) .....................93,098 *
PSV Eindhoven (Ned) ................81,925 *
Olympique Lyonnais (Fra) ...........81,325
Panathinaikos FC (Gre) .............70,715
Chelsea FC (Eng) ...................68,676 *
Celtic FC (Sco) ....................63,478
Villarreal CF (Spa) ................58,327
VfB Stuttgart (Ger) ................58,167

Pot C
Sporting Clube de Portugal (Por) ...54,685
AS Monaco FC (Fra) .................53,325
AFC Ajax (Ned) .....................51,925
Galatasaray SK (Tur) ...............50,873
Club Brugge KV (Bel) ...............50,478
AEK Athens FC (Gre) ................47,715
RSC Anderlecht (Bel) ...............47,478
FC Schalke 04 (Ger) ................44,167

Pot D
AC Sparta Praha (Cze) ..............43,224
Lille OSC (Fra) ....................41,325
SL Benfica (Por) ...................40,685
Rangers FC (Sco) ...................40,478
FC Dynamo Kyiv (Ukr) ...............40,135
FC Lokomotiv Moskva (Rus) ..........38,058 *
Rosenborg BK (Nor) .................36,666 *
Fenerbahçe SK (Tur) ................23,873

Teams with a * are already qualified for the Champions League
Qualifying rounds.
According that the team with the highest coefficient qualifies during
the 3rd qualifying round...

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Message: 10
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 18:22:24 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Hail Champions Chelsea!

Chelsea duly won the Premiership title with a double strike from
Frank Lampard that gave them the win they needed at Bolton to end
Arsenal's remote mathematical chance of retaining the championship.
Lampard, prolific from midfield all season, scored on the hour mark
and then again on 76 minutes to end Bolton's stubborn resistance.

So finally it's over, and after a 50-year wait Chelsea are champions
of England again. Manager Jose Mourinho has now added the Premier
League championship to the Carling Cup in his first season at
Stamford Bridge.

The new champions had to survive a intense pressure from Bolton
before Lampard scored from close range in the 60th minute.

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech then had to save brilliantly from his
own team-mate Geremi, who inadvertently got on the end of a Gary
Speed long throw, but Lampard broke away to double the Blues'
advantage in the 76th minute.

Bolton subjected the to a stern test throughout the first-half,
playing to their strengths an d mounting an aerial bombardment.

Cech produced saves from Stelios, Gary Speed and Kevin Davies as
Wanderers stifled any attacking ambitions the visitors might have
had. And just before half-time Chelsea captain John Terry needed
prolonged treatment after being accidentally caught on the eye by
Davies's flailing arm.

Bolton's direct approach kept the Blues on the back foot until they
launched a counter-attack on the hour and took a controversial lead.
Bolton were angry that referee Steve Dunn did not award a foul when
Jiri Jarosik knocked Fernando Hierro to the ground. But Lampard took
full advantage, forcing his way into the area to finish powerfully
past Jussi Jaaskelainen.

And with 15 minutes left, Bolton were overstretched as Lampard broke
forward again and rounded Jaaskelainen to score a second.

Table:
1.Chelsea.......... 35 27 07 01 67-13 88 Champions
2.Arsenal.......... 35 23 08 04 76-33 77
3.Manchester United 35 21 10 04 54-21 73
4.Everton.......... 35 17 07 11 41-36 58
5.Liverpool........ 36 16 07 13 49-37 55
6.Bolton Wanderers. 36 15 09 12 45-41 54
7.Tottenham Hotspur 36 14 09 13 47-40 51
8.Middlesbrough.... 36 13 12 11 51-45 51
9.Manchester City.. 36 12 12 12 44-37 48
10.Aston Villa..... 36 12 11 13 43-48 47

Last champions:
1993 Manchester United
1994 Manchester United
1995 Blackburn Rovers
1996 Manchester United
1997 Manchester United
1998 Arsenal
1999 Manchester United
2000 Manchester United
2001 Manchester United
2002 Arsenal
2003 Manchester United
2004 Arsenal
2005 Chelsea

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Always great to see a new name, but something tells me that this
won't be Chelsea's last one ;)

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Message: 11
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 14:24:04 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"
Subject: Re: Benitez: We can win it

Yes, it seems likely it'll be AC Milan and the way PSV's played this
tournament, you might even consider that a favor.

-

-- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
wrote:
>
> Rafael Benitez declared that Liverpool could complete a remarkable
Champions League triumph after yet another European glory night at
Anfield.
> Liverpool will meet either AC Milan or PSV Eindhoven in the final
in Istanbul after Luis Garcia's controversial fourth-minute strike
was enough to defeat newly-crowned league champions Chelsea.
> And Benitez declared: "Now we need to wait to see the team that we
play against. After that, why can't we win? If you play in the final,
it's for winning, not for losing."
> He added: "When you reach the final, you know that the other team
will be a good side. For us, it's important to be in the final.
> "If we have beaten Bayer Leverkusen, Juventus and Chelsea, why not
AC Milan or PSV? It's possible, for sure. It would be fantastic for
me and the club. We are just waiting for the moment."
> Liverpool were inspired to an historic victory by a spine-tingling
atmosphere at Anfield as they defended heroically to complete a 1-0
triumph on aggregate.
> Man-of-the-match Jamie Carragher nevertheless insisted that the
club would not be resting on their laurels, even after this memorable
victory.
> "This club has been built on those type of nights and they have
been taken away from us in the last few years but we were desperate
to get back to those nights," he declared.
> "I hasn't really sunk in yet. There were great scenes at the end
but at the end of the day it is only a semi-final. This is not
finished, there is still a cup to be won."
>
> Whether the final will be Liverpool vs AC Milan or Liverpool vs PSV
Eindhoven, it won't be easy but its not impossible to win it
>
> Aid
>
>
> Send instant messages to your online friends
http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com

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Message: 12
Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 21:43:36 +0100 (BST)
From: Adrian Bagley
Subject: Lucky cunts

PSV Eindhoven 3 AC Milan 1 FT (Milan go through on away goals)

Aid


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Message: 13
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 20:54:03 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Re: Lucky cunts

Noi odiamo il Chelsea
noi odiamo il PSV
noi odiamo il Ajax
Forza magico Milan!!
:p

Sorry guys, but as Belgian I can't support for the Dutch :)
But honest is honest, Milan was very lucky over the two games.

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
wrote:
> PSV Eindhoven 3 AC Milan 1 FT (Milan go through on away goals)
>
> Aid
>
>
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Message: 14
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 16:57:40 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint"
Subject: Schools drop Rooney as guest of honour

Wayne Rooney has been dropped by the English Schools' Football
Association for the role of guest of honour at a top schools match as
they don't believe the Manchester United ace is a good role model.

"There is no question that Wayne is an excellent footballer," ESFA
chief executive John Read told the Daily Mirror.

"We felt under the circumstances, over what was being reported, that we
could find a better role model," he added.

It has recently been reported that Rooney hit his girlfriend during a
row, while he is known for his excessive swearing towards referees
during matches.

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He is probably glad not having to return to school :p

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Message: 15
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 13:12:03 -0000
From: "Manuel"
Subject: Re: Welcome ppungdj

Yellow bastards...LOL

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
wrote:
> Hello, hope you post lol.
> I'm also Korean so you're not alone. Not everyone here will bash
you
> about 2002 :P

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Message: 16
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 13:18:26 -0000
From: "Manuel"
Subject: Re: Lucky cunts

great game! PSV really messed up their marking in Milan's goal,
unbelivable that at the 89th minute an offensive player can be so open
just a few metters from the goal.

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
wrote:
> PSV Eindhoven 3 AC Milan 1 FT (Milan go through on away goals)
>
> Aid
>
>
> ---------------------------------
> Yahoo! Messenger - want a free & easy way to contact your friends
online?

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Message: 17
Date: Thu, 5 May 2005 14:22:18 +0100 (BST)
From: Adrian Bagley
Subject: Dot Cotton to ruin Labour's chances of victory?

Eastenders' Dot Cotton could threaten Tony Blair's election victory, Labour chiefs feared on Monday night.

Dot, played by June Brown, will feature in hilarious scenes on Thursday's polling night as she learns to drive.

Up to 9 million viewers are expected to tune into the BBC1 soap and it is feared many may not bother voting.

Labour bosses warn that if 1 in 10 supporters fail to turn out the Tories could snatch power without increasing their vote.

The Dot Cotton factor echoes the 1970 election when Harold Wilson was toppled by Ted Heath because millions stayed in to watch the TV comedy Steptoe And Son.

Oh dear

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Message: 18
Date: Thu, 5 May 2005 14:26:21 +0100 (BST)
From: Adrian Bagley
Subject: Mourinho bids for his own coat

Jose Mourinho has put in a bid of £15,000 to buy his own coat.

Chelsea's Portugese manager donated his trademark Armani cashmere number for a charity auction but doesn't want to lose it.

The Sun newspaper kicked off the bidding on Saturday with a bid of £10,000 and higher offers have rolled in.

It would be funny if someone does indeed outbid Mourinho

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Message: 19
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 13:26:32 -0000
From: "Manuel"
Subject: Re: Dot Cotton to ruin Labour's chances of victory?

The Brits have their priorities quite clear. LOL

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
wrote:
> Eastenders' Dot Cotton could threaten Tony Blair's election
victory, Labour chiefs feared on Monday night.
>
> Dot, played by June Brown, will feature in hilarious scenes on
Thursday's polling night as she learns to drive.
>
> Up to 9 million viewers are expected to tune into the BBC1 soap
and it is feared many may not bother voting.
>
> Labour bosses warn that if 1 in 10 supporters fail to turn out the
Tories could snatch power without increasing their vote.
>
> The Dot Cotton factor echoes the 1970 election when Harold Wilson
was toppled by Ted Heath because millions stayed in to watch the TV
comedy Steptoe And Son.
>
> Oh dear
>
> Aid
>
>
> ---------------------------------
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Message: 20
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 13:34:24 -0000
From: "Adrian Bagley"
Subject: Re: New file uploaded to worldsoccerclub2

Indeed it is :)

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "jer_vanlint"
wrote:
> great file :p
>
> --- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com,
> worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com wrote:
> >
> > Hello,
> >
> > This email message is a notification to let you know that
> > a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the
worldsoccerclub2
> > group.
> >
> > File : /Great finish.wmv
> > Uploaded by : adrianbagley27
> > Description : Great finish :))
> >
> > You can access this file at the URL:
> > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/worldsoccerclub2/files/Great%
> 20finish.wmv
> >
> > To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
> > http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/groups/files
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > adrianbagley27

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Message: 21
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 14:06:18 -0000
From: "Manuel"
Subject: Re: New file uploaded to worldsoccerclub2

it has to be the most incredible miss of the las 100 years...or in
the top ten...LOL

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "Adrian Bagley"
wrote:
> Indeed it is :)
>
> --- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "jer_vanlint"
> wrote:
> > great file :p
> >
> > --- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com,
> > worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > This email message is a notification to let you know that
> > > a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the
> worldsoccerclub2
> > > group.
> > >
> > > File : /Great finish.wmv
> > > Uploaded by : adrianbagley27
> > > Description : Great finish :))
> > >
> > > You can access this file at the URL:
> > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/worldsoccerclub2/files/Great%
> > 20finish.wmv
> > >
> > > To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
> > > http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/groups/files
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > >
> > > adrianbagley27

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Message: 22
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 14:39:36 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"
Subject: Re: Lucky cunts

:((
Brave PSV... how on earth did they not manage to be in the final? :((
I think over those 180 minutes, PSV were the best team in Europe.
Not only lucky Milan, lucky Liverpool now they don't have to face PSV
Eindhoven who have run circles around everyone all season long.

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
wrote:
> PSV Eindhoven 3 AC Milan 1 FT (Milan go through on away goals)
>
> Aid
>
>
> ---------------------------------
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Message: 23
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 14:40:12 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"
Subject: Re: Lucky cunts

Milan... fucking bastards.
I hate Italians.

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "jer_vanlint"
wrote:
> Noi odiamo il Chelsea
> noi odiamo il PSV
> noi odiamo il Ajax
> Forza magico Milan!!
> :p
>
> Sorry guys, but as Belgian I can't support for the Dutch :)
> But honest is honest, Milan was very lucky over the two games.
>
>
> --- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
> wrote:
> > PSV Eindhoven 3 AC Milan 1 FT (Milan go through on away goals)
> >
> > Aid
> >
> >
> > ---------------------------------
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> online?

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Message: 24
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 14:41:07 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"
Subject: Re: Welcome ppungdj

Look who's talking. Brown's the color of shit :))

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "Manuel"
wrote:
>
> Yellow bastards...LOL
>
> --- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
> wrote:
> > Hello, hope you post lol.
> > I'm also Korean so you're not alone. Not everyone here will bash
> you
> > about 2002 :P

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Message: 25
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 14:40:38 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!"
Subject: Re: Schools drop Rooney as guest of honour

LOL like any footballer is a good role model.

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "jer_vanlint"
wrote:
> Wayne Rooney has been dropped by the English Schools' Football
> Association for the role of guest of honour at a top schools match as
> they don't believe the Manchester United ace is a good role model.
>
> "There is no question that Wayne is an excellent footballer," ESFA
> chief executive John Read told the Daily Mirror.
>
> "We felt under the circumstances, over what was being reported, that
we
> could find a better role model," he added.
>
> It has recently been reported that Rooney hit his girlfriend during a
> row, while he is known for his excessive swearing towards referees
> during matches.
>
> --------------------------------
>
> He is probably glad not having to return to school :p

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