Thursday, May 12, 2005

[World Soccer Club] Digest Number 1481

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There are 23 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

1. Re: Chelsea bitchslap the scummers
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
2. Duisburg win promotion to Bundesliga
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
3. Andrea up to no good
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
4. Romania, number one team in Asia!!!
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
5. Dating agency for the celibate
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
6. Liver Spice
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
7. Hewitt fancies Camilla
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
8. Town celebrates Orgasm Day
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
9. Re: Chelsea bitchslap the scummers
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
10. Re: Andrea up to no good
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
11. Re: Dating agency for the celibate
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
12. Re: Romania, number one team in Asia!!!
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
13. Re: Chelsea bitchslap the scummers
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
14. Re: Town celebrates Orgasm Day
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
15. Re: Duisburg win promotion to Bundesliga
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
16. Sedan spring another surprise
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
17. Bradford fire remembered
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
18. Grigorie goal gives Dinamo glory
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
19. Cup glee for Galatasaray
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
20. Sopron seal stylish first success
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
21. Brugge forced to wait for title
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
22. Brugge breeze into cup final
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
23. oh.
From: "ppungdj" <ppungdj@yahoo.com>

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Message: 1
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 15:10:16 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Chelsea bitchslap the scummers

Well, it's just Chelsea's year.
Man Utd have lost a lot of the glamor they used to have. RvN not
scored since November until now? Geez... so THAT's why they were
looking for Vannegoor of Hesselink.

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
<adrianbagley27@y...> wrote:
> Manchester United 1 Chelsea 3
>
> CHAMPIONS Chelsea pulled off one of the season's classiest comeback
wins - to humiliate Manchester United with a stack of new records.
>
>
>
> The Blues dictated the last half-hour to reach 94 points - beating
United's Premiership record by two - as well as wrecking the unbeaten
home term of Alex Ferguson's full-strength side.
>
> Chelsea's recovery was so comprehensive that it mocked the claims of
United boss Alex Ferguson and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger that the
three teams are on a par.
>
> United's initial edge in urgency led to Ruud van Nistelrooy's
opener, but the Blues soon defied the absence of key men like John
Terry and Arjen Robben.
>
> The busy Tiago, for once outshining Frank Lampard and Claude
Makelele in midfield, hit a superb 30-yard leveller to underline
United's need for a new keeper.
>
> Then, when Chelsea finished much the stronger, Eidur Gudjohnsen
clipped a stylish second goal due as much to United's defensive
failings as the Blues' elegant probing.
>
> Joe Cole tucked in a late third from an offside position to add an
irrelevant touch of injustice.
>
> It all left the Blues celebrating a ninth away win in a row and a
staggering 20-point lead over third-placed United, who they have
beaten three times out of four this season.
>
> And Chelsea chief Jose Mourinho has still NEVER lost against United.
>
> Fergie had acknowledged the Blues' first title in 50 years by
ordering his players to form a pre-match guard of honour.
>
> Gary Neville, in particular, looked far from comfortable with that -
while other serial winners like Roy Keane and Paul Scholes must surely
have been equally fired up by the rare reversal of circumstances.
>
> Early on, then, Cristiano Ronaldo and main menace Wayne Rooney
regularly tested Chelsea's stand-in keeper Carlo Cudicini.
>
>
>
>
>
> Then van Nistelrooy prodded in Rooney's seventh-minute cross-shot
for his first Premiership goal since November.
>
> But United's long-known keeper problems resurfaced within 10 minutes.
>
> Tiago found plenty of space to whip in a right-footer with little
backlift that flew in off the top of the right post - Roy Carroll
barely moving, perhaps thinking the shot was going wide.
>
> Blues' duo Cole and Tiago promptly became the major influences in
midfield.
>
> And United's limited response was flattered by Darren Fletcher
thundering a right-footer off the bar 10 minutes past the break.
>
> After that, though, it was Chelsea's rhythm and confidence that
improved - peaking with the type of breakaway strike that United at
their best used to serve up regularly.
>
> One second Ronaldo was tumbling under Geremi's challenge on the edge
of the area.
>
> Then, almost before you could say "United are going to finish third
for the second season running," Tiago was sending Gudjohnsen through
the middle to wait for Carroll to move and then dink the ball cleverly
in over the keeper's diving body.
>
> Cole completed United's misery as Old Trafford began to empty,
tucking home once Lampard had exposed gaps in the home defence to
cross from the left.
>
> Many of the United fans still present at the end clapped the Blues off.
>
> But scarcely half the ground was full by the time Fergie's men took
their supporters' muted applause following an indifferent Premiership
season.
>
> Just imagine being a scummer fan and watching your team lose their
last home league game of the season to the champions Best thing about
the match? The Chelsea fans chanting "Easy! Easy! Easy!"
>
> Aid
>
>
> ---------------------------------
> How much free photo storage do you get? Store your holiday snaps for
FREE with Yahoo! Photos. Get Yahoo! Photos

________________________________________________________________________
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Message: 2
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 15:13:07 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
Subject: Duisburg win promotion to Bundesliga

Duisburg clinch Bundesliga promotion

FRANKFURT, May 10 (Reuters) - MSV Duisburg will return to the German
first division next season after sealing promotion with a 1-0 win away
to rivals Eintracht Frankfurt.

Duisburg's victory on Monday night took them top of the second
division ahead of FC Cologne, who secured their promotion last week.

Frankfurt remain in the third and final promotion place but now have
just a one-point cushion over TSV 1860 Munich in fourth, with two
games left to play.

Duisburg were relegated from the top flight in the 1999-2000 season
with just 22 points from 34 matches.

**********************************************

I hope Frankfurt make it up...

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Message: 3
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 15:14:51 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
Subject: Andrea up to no good

Sex in car man loses licence

The Romanian man who crashed his car while his girlfriend gave him
oral sex has lost his licence for 90 days.

Robert Filip, 19, who was naked when police arrived at the scene, must
also pay for the damage to the car he hit.

Police say Filip, 19, and his girlfriend Andrea Popescu, 18, were so
carried away that they even continued in front of spectators after the
crash.

Filip apparently lost control of his car after forgetting to turn
right on a curve and ploughing into a parked car in the city centre of
Craiova, southwest Romania.

But as passers by gathered to see if the pair were alright they saw
them naked in the car and carrying on with their sex romp oblivious to
anything else.

Police said Filip had apologised, saying: "I am sorry for what
happened but at the time I just could not stop myself."

The teenagers had apparently only met that day.

A police spokesman said the couple in the parked car had decided not
to press charges, saying they had "enjoyed the show", and were happy
to just accept Filip's offer to pay for the damage.

The police spokesman confirmed: "We hope the fact he will have to pay
the other car's damage and the 90 days suspension of his licence will
teach him a lesson for the future."

**************************************************************

LOL Andrea's been up to no good in her homeland.
Also another thing... blow job on the first day? I got to get my ass
over to Romania!!!

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Message: 4
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 15:16:11 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
Subject: Romania, number one team in Asia!!!

Prince Charles helps out

Prince Charles has been showing off his painting skills after walking
into a pottery workshop in a remote Romanian village unannounced.

The Prince of Wales, on a private visit to a monastery in Horezu,
knocked on Mihaela Plesoi's workshop door and asked if he could help
her and her family with their pottery.

Plesoi told local newspaper Editie Speciala: "He came in and asked if
he could help while we were working.

"In the end, he painted a plate we had made and listened very
carefully to what he was supposed to do.

"I plan to keep this plate. It's made with Romanian traditional
motifs. It is not every day that I see a prince working in my workshop."

And she added: "He was quite a sociable person and laughed all the
time he was working. He seemed to be enjoying what he was doing."

Prince Charles is staying in a monk's quarters at a monastery in the
Horezu, an area famous for its home made pottery.

He and his entourage have rented the entire monastery, which has 15
rooms for tourists.

On Tuesday local TV stations showed footage of the Prince as he
arrived in Horezu.

The visit, which has been kept secret and caught locals unaware, does
not include any official meetings and was described as a purely
private affair by the channel.

********************************************************

And now even Prince Charles?? What is going on in Romania??

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Message: 5
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 15:16:58 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
Subject: Dating agency for the celibate

Dating agency for the celibate

A Chinese dating agency has staged a matchmaking meeting for celibate
people.

It gave the chance for 65 men and 45 women, aged 20 to 78, to meet up
and try to find a platonic partner.

All of them were interested only in sexless relationships, reports the
Wenhui Daily newspaper.

Cupid matchmaking agency manager Luo Jun said about half of the
candidates found partners.

One would be suitor, Mr Guo, a successful businessman, met a teacher
at the meeting.

He said: "This is my first time dating. To be honest, I have never
been so close to women, for physical reasons.

"I was in self-humiliation and even lost the courage to live, but
today, I am quite happy, since I see hope."

************************************************************

Just kill yourself.

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Message: 6
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 15:19:00 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
Subject: Liver Spice

Mel backs Liverpool

Mel C says she get a tattoo on her bum if Liverpool win the Champions
League.

Mel currently has ten tattoos on her body reports The Sun.

She said: "If they win I'll have another tattoo - a Liver Bird on my
bum. I'm very excited about the match."

Mel's tattoos include a Chinese dragon on her calf, a phoenix on her
back, the word Angel on her stomach and a Celtic band on her right arm.

Liverpool take on AC Milan in the Champions League final on May 25.

************************************************************

I support... A... C.... M.... M'uh.... M'uh.....

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Message: 7
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 15:20:43 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
Subject: Hewitt fancies Camilla

Hewitt fancies Camilla

James Hewitt says he fancies Prince Charles's new wife, Camilla.

Princess Diana's ex-lover said: "There's a certain raw appeal. She's
county set and I think that can be quite attractive."

Hewitt, 47, believes Diana would have wished her ex-husband well with
Camilla.

He added: "She'd have said 'Good luck to them'."

Hewitt had a five-year affair with the late princess when she was
still with Charles.

He told Zoo magazine: "The situation made it exciting because it was
risky."

************************************************************

This is rich people fucking with each other. Hewitt obviously just
fucked Diana to piss off Charles. If he gets Camilla, he gets the
whole set.

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Message: 8
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 15:21:54 -0000
From: "THE FUGITIVE!" <the_13th_redneck@yahoo.com>
Subject: Town celebrates Orgasm Day

Town celebrates Orgasm Day

A Brazilian town has just celebrated its first Orgasm Day.

The small town of Esperantina marked the day with lectures about sex,
impotence and the importance of orgasm.

A free production of The Vagina Monologues was also put on at the
local theatre for residents.

Town mayor Felipe Santolia told Terra Noticias Populares: "I think
that the orgasm issue is a very important and modern one."

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I believe in orgasm too. Female assisted orgasm :))

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Message: 9
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 19:49:55 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Chelsea bitchslap the scummers

Chelsea deserved to be champion when you look at their average and
form. But Arsenal brought the best football this season :)

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
<adrianbagley27@y...> wrote:
> Manchester United 1 Chelsea 3
>
> CHAMPIONS Chelsea pulled off one of the season's classiest comeback
wins - to humiliate Manchester United with a stack of new records.
>
>
>
> The Blues dictated the last half-hour to reach 94 points - beating
United's Premiership record by two - as well as wrecking the unbeaten
home term of Alex Ferguson's full-strength side.
>
> Chelsea's recovery was so comprehensive that it mocked the claims
of United boss Alex Ferguson and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger that
the three teams are on a par.
>
> United's initial edge in urgency led to Ruud van Nistelrooy's
opener, but the Blues soon defied the absence of key men like John
Terry and Arjen Robben.
>
> The busy Tiago, for once outshining Frank Lampard and Claude
Makelele in midfield, hit a superb 30-yard leveller to underline
United's need for a new keeper.
>
> Then, when Chelsea finished much the stronger, Eidur Gudjohnsen
clipped a stylish second goal due as much to United's defensive
failings as the Blues' elegant probing.
>
> Joe Cole tucked in a late third from an offside position to add an
irrelevant touch of injustice.
>
> It all left the Blues celebrating a ninth away win in a row and a
staggering 20-point lead over third-placed United, who they have
beaten three times out of four this season.
>
> And Chelsea chief Jose Mourinho has still NEVER lost against United.
>
> Fergie had acknowledged the Blues' first title in 50 years by
ordering his players to form a pre-match guard of honour.
>
> Gary Neville, in particular, looked far from comfortable with that -
while other serial winners like Roy Keane and Paul Scholes must
surely have been equally fired up by the rare reversal of
circumstances.
>
> Early on, then, Cristiano Ronaldo and main menace Wayne Rooney
regularly tested Chelsea's stand-in keeper Carlo Cudicini.
>
>
>
>
>
> Then van Nistelrooy prodded in Rooney's seventh-minute cross-shot
for his first Premiership goal since November.
>
> But United's long-known keeper problems resurfaced within 10
minutes.
>
> Tiago found plenty of space to whip in a right-footer with little
backlift that flew in off the top of the right post - Roy Carroll
barely moving, perhaps thinking the shot was going wide.
>
> Blues' duo Cole and Tiago promptly became the major influences in
midfield.
>
> And United's limited response was flattered by Darren Fletcher
thundering a right-footer off the bar 10 minutes past the break.
>
> After that, though, it was Chelsea's rhythm and confidence that
improved - peaking with the type of breakaway strike that United at
their best used to serve up regularly.
>
> One second Ronaldo was tumbling under Geremi's challenge on the
edge of the area.
>
> Then, almost before you could say "United are going to finish third
for the second season running," Tiago was sending Gudjohnsen through
the middle to wait for Carroll to move and then dink the ball
cleverly in over the keeper's diving body.
>
> Cole completed United's misery as Old Trafford began to empty,
tucking home once Lampard had exposed gaps in the home defence to
cross from the left.
>
> Many of the United fans still present at the end clapped the Blues
off.
>
> But scarcely half the ground was full by the time Fergie's men took
their supporters' muted applause following an indifferent Premiership
season.
>
> Just imagine being a scummer fan and watching your team lose their
last home league game of the season to the champions Best thing
about the match? The Chelsea fans chanting "Easy! Easy! Easy!"
>
> Aid
>
>
> ---------------------------------
> How much free photo storage do you get? Store your holiday snaps
for FREE with Yahoo! Photos. Get Yahoo! Photos

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

Message: 10
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 21:16:06 -0000
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Andrea up to no good

WHOA!!!!! Nice girl!!!! Dale, get you yellow ass over there!

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
<the_13th_redneck@y...> wrote:
> Sex in car man loses licence
>
> The Romanian man who crashed his car while his girlfriend gave him
> oral sex has lost his licence for 90 days.
>
> Robert Filip, 19, who was naked when police arrived at the scene,
must
> also pay for the damage to the car he hit.
>
> Police say Filip, 19, and his girlfriend Andrea Popescu, 18, were
so
> carried away that they even continued in front of spectators after
the
> crash.
>
> Filip apparently lost control of his car after forgetting to turn
> right on a curve and ploughing into a parked car in the city
centre of
> Craiova, southwest Romania.
>
> But as passers by gathered to see if the pair were alright they saw
> them naked in the car and carrying on with their sex romp
oblivious to
> anything else.
>
> Police said Filip had apologised, saying: "I am sorry for what
> happened but at the time I just could not stop myself."
>
> The teenagers had apparently only met that day.
>
> A police spokesman said the couple in the parked car had decided
not
> to press charges, saying they had "enjoyed the show", and were
happy
> to just accept Filip's offer to pay for the damage.
>
> The police spokesman confirmed: "We hope the fact he will have to
pay
> the other car's damage and the 90 days suspension of his licence
will
> teach him a lesson for the future."
>
> **************************************************************
>
> LOL Andrea's been up to no good in her homeland.
> Also another thing... blow job on the first day? I got to get my
ass
> over to Romania!!!

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Message: 11
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 21:20:57 -0000
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Dating agency for the celibate

They don't need to kill themselves, boredom will do it. LOL

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
<the_13th_redneck@y...> wrote:
> Dating agency for the celibate
>
> A Chinese dating agency has staged a matchmaking meeting for
celibate
> people.
>
> It gave the chance for 65 men and 45 women, aged 20 to 78, to meet
up
> and try to find a platonic partner.
>
> All of them were interested only in sexless relationships, reports
the
> Wenhui Daily newspaper.
>
> Cupid matchmaking agency manager Luo Jun said about half of the
> candidates found partners.
>
> One would be suitor, Mr Guo, a successful businessman, met a
teacher
> at the meeting.
>
> He said: "This is my first time dating. To be honest, I have never
> been so close to women, for physical reasons.
>
> "I was in self-humiliation and even lost the courage to live, but
> today, I am quite happy, since I see hope."
>
> ************************************************************
>
> Just kill yourself.

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Message: 12
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 21:17:29 -0000
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Romania, number one team in Asia!!!

He wants to meet the girl from the other posting...

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
<the_13th_redneck@y...> wrote:
> Prince Charles helps out
>
> Prince Charles has been showing off his painting skills after
walking
> into a pottery workshop in a remote Romanian village unannounced.
>
> The Prince of Wales, on a private visit to a monastery in Horezu,
> knocked on Mihaela Plesoi's workshop door and asked if he could
help
> her and her family with their pottery.
>
> Plesoi told local newspaper Editie Speciala: "He came in and asked
if
> he could help while we were working.
>
> "In the end, he painted a plate we had made and listened very
> carefully to what he was supposed to do.
>
> "I plan to keep this plate. It's made with Romanian traditional
> motifs. It is not every day that I see a prince working in my
workshop."
>
> And she added: "He was quite a sociable person and laughed all the
> time he was working. He seemed to be enjoying what he was doing."
>
> Prince Charles is staying in a monk's quarters at a monastery in
the
> Horezu, an area famous for its home made pottery.
>
> He and his entourage have rented the entire monastery, which has 15
> rooms for tourists.
>
> On Tuesday local TV stations showed footage of the Prince as he
> arrived in Horezu.
>
> The visit, which has been kept secret and caught locals unaware,
does
> not include any official meetings and was described as a purely
> private affair by the channel.
>
> ********************************************************
>
> And now even Prince Charles?? What is going on in Romania??

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

Message: 13
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 21:27:22 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Chelsea bitchslap the scummers

Vennegoor of Hesselink is just such a stupid name!
In English this would be translated: Vennegoor or Hesselink :p

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
<the_13th_redneck@y...> wrote:
> Well, it's just Chelsea's year.
> Man Utd have lost a lot of the glamor they used to have. RvN not
> scored since November until now? Geez... so THAT's why they were
> looking for Vannegoor of Hesselink.
>
> --- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Bagley
> <adrianbagley27@y...> wrote:
> > Manchester United 1 Chelsea 3
> >
> > CHAMPIONS Chelsea pulled off one of the season's classiest
comeback
> wins - to humiliate Manchester United with a stack of new records.
> >
> >
> >
> > The Blues dictated the last half-hour to reach 94 points - beating
> United's Premiership record by two - as well as wrecking the
unbeaten
> home term of Alex Ferguson's full-strength side.
> >
> > Chelsea's recovery was so comprehensive that it mocked the claims
of
> United boss Alex Ferguson and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger that the
> three teams are on a par.
> >
> > United's initial edge in urgency led to Ruud van Nistelrooy's
> opener, but the Blues soon defied the absence of key men like John
> Terry and Arjen Robben.
> >
> > The busy Tiago, for once outshining Frank Lampard and Claude
> Makelele in midfield, hit a superb 30-yard leveller to underline
> United's need for a new keeper.
> >
> > Then, when Chelsea finished much the stronger, Eidur Gudjohnsen
> clipped a stylish second goal due as much to United's defensive
> failings as the Blues' elegant probing.
> >
> > Joe Cole tucked in a late third from an offside position to add an
> irrelevant touch of injustice.
> >
> > It all left the Blues celebrating a ninth away win in a row and a
> staggering 20-point lead over third-placed United, who they have
> beaten three times out of four this season.
> >
> > And Chelsea chief Jose Mourinho has still NEVER lost against
United.
> >
> > Fergie had acknowledged the Blues' first title in 50 years by
> ordering his players to form a pre-match guard of honour.
> >
> > Gary Neville, in particular, looked far from comfortable with
that -
> while other serial winners like Roy Keane and Paul Scholes must
surely
> have been equally fired up by the rare reversal of circumstances.
> >
> > Early on, then, Cristiano Ronaldo and main menace Wayne Rooney
> regularly tested Chelsea's stand-in keeper Carlo Cudicini.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Then van Nistelrooy prodded in Rooney's seventh-minute cross-shot
> for his first Premiership goal since November.
> >
> > But United's long-known keeper problems resurfaced within 10
minutes.
> >
> > Tiago found plenty of space to whip in a right-footer with little
> backlift that flew in off the top of the right post - Roy Carroll
> barely moving, perhaps thinking the shot was going wide.
> >
> > Blues' duo Cole and Tiago promptly became the major influences in
> midfield.
> >
> > And United's limited response was flattered by Darren Fletcher
> thundering a right-footer off the bar 10 minutes past the break.
> >
> > After that, though, it was Chelsea's rhythm and confidence that
> improved - peaking with the type of breakaway strike that United at
> their best used to serve up regularly.
> >
> > One second Ronaldo was tumbling under Geremi's challenge on the
edge
> of the area.
> >
> > Then, almost before you could say "United are going to finish
third
> for the second season running," Tiago was sending Gudjohnsen through
> the middle to wait for Carroll to move and then dink the ball
cleverly
> in over the keeper's diving body.
> >
> > Cole completed United's misery as Old Trafford began to empty,
> tucking home once Lampard had exposed gaps in the home defence to
> cross from the left.
> >
> > Many of the United fans still present at the end clapped the
Blues off.
> >
> > But scarcely half the ground was full by the time Fergie's men
took
> their supporters' muted applause following an indifferent
Premiership
> season.
> >
> > Just imagine being a scummer fan and watching your team lose their
> last home league game of the season to the champions Best thing
about
> the match? The Chelsea fans chanting "Easy! Easy! Easy!"
> >
> > Aid
> >
> >
> > ---------------------------------
> > How much free photo storage do you get? Store your holiday snaps
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Message: 14
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 21:22:35 -0000
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Town celebrates Orgasm Day

Although yu are quite an expert in self love...LOL

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
<the_13th_redneck@y...> wrote:
> Town celebrates Orgasm Day
>
> A Brazilian town has just celebrated its first Orgasm Day.
>
> The small town of Esperantina marked the day with lectures about sex,
> impotence and the importance of orgasm.
>
> A free production of The Vagina Monologues was also put on at the
> local theatre for residents.
>
> Town mayor Felipe Santolia told Terra Noticias Populares: "I think
> that the orgasm issue is a very important and modern one."
>
> **************************************************************
>
> I believe in orgasm too. Female assisted orgasm :))

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Message: 15
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 21:25:43 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Duisburg win promotion to Bundesliga

It's great that FC Koln is back, they have such a big crowd even in
the second division. Last weekend they played in front of 49.000
fans!!
I also hope that Frankfurt will take the last spot, but then again,
1860 is also a major team with a nice derby against Bayern.
At the bottom, Rott Weiss is trippled fucked :p

Table:
1.MSV Duisburg........ 32 19 05 08 49-29 62 Promoted
2.FC Köln............. 32 18 07 07 57-33 61 Promoted
3.Eintracht Frankfurt. 32 17 04 11 59-39 55
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4.TSV 1860 München.... 32 14 12 06 46-33 54
5.SpVgg Greuther Fürth 32 16 05 11 48-39 53
6.Alemannia Aachen.... 32 15 06 11 57-37 51
7.Wacker Burghausen... 32 13 09 10 46-49 48
8.FC Erzgebirge Aue... 32 14 05 13 46-39 47
9.FC Dynamo Dresden... 32 13 04 15 42-50 43
10.SpVgg Unterhaching. 32 13 03 16 39-41 42
11.FC Saarbrücken..... 32 11 06 15 43-47 39
12.FC Energie Cottbus. 32 10 09 13 33-42 39
13.Eintracht Trier.... 32 09 11 12 36-48 38
14.Karlsruher SC...... 32 09 10 13 39-44 37
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15.LR Ahlen........... 32 08 09 15 36-45 33
16.Rot-Weiß Essen..... 32 06 15 11 34-47 33
17.Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 32 07 09 16 37-61 30 Relegated
18.Rot-Weiß Erfurt.... 32 07 09 16 33-57 30 Relegated

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "THE FUGITIVE!"
<the_13th_redneck@y...> wrote:
> Duisburg clinch Bundesliga promotion
>
> FRANKFURT, May 10 (Reuters) - MSV Duisburg will return to the German
> first division next season after sealing promotion with a 1-0 win
away
> to rivals Eintracht Frankfurt.
>
> Duisburg's victory on Monday night took them top of the second
> division ahead of FC Cologne, who secured their promotion last week.
>
> Frankfurt remain in the third and final promotion place but now have
> just a one-point cushion over TSV 1860 Munich in fourth, with two
> games left to play.
>
> Duisburg were relegated from the top flight in the 1999-2000 season
> with just 22 points from 34 matches.
>
> **********************************************
>
> I hope Frankfurt make it up...

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Message: 16
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 21:47:55 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Sedan spring another surprise

Second division CS Sedan-Ardennes became unlikely French Cup
finalists after surprising Ligue 1 high-flyers AS Monaco 1-0 at Stade
Louis II in today's second semi-final.

Final hopes
The Ligue 2 side will face AJ Auxerre at the Stade de France on 4
June - their second final in six years and their fifth overall - and
will hope to go one better than their last final appearance, a
slender 1-0 defeat by Nantes Atlantique in 1999. They stand every
chance of lifting the trophy if they can repeat this performance
against a lacklustre Monaco side, and fully deserved to go through
after dominating their hosts for long periods of the game.

Citony winner
Monaco began brightest with Lucas Bernardi and Mohamed Kallon drawing
saves from Patrick Régnault, but Sedan were always a threat on the
counterattack and went close through Mickaël Citony and Laurent
Gagnier. The visitors began to take hold of the game after the break,
and it was Citony who delivered the decisive blow on 75 minutes. The
midfield player rounded Patrice Evrà and curled a left-footed shot
past the helpless goalkeeper Flavio Roma to bring yet another upset
in this year's competition.

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What a humiliation. They didn't just lost, but were also dominated!
Well done Sedan!

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Message: 17
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 21:59:27 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Bradford fire remembered

The city of Bradford marked the 20th anniversary of one of football's
worst-ever disasters on Wednesday with an emotional memorial service
and a minute's silence in honour of the dead.

Debris ignited
Fifty-six fans died and more than 260 were injured on 11 May 1985
when a fire, believed to have been started by a discarded cigarette
igniting debris that had accumulated under wooden flooring for years,
destroyed the main stand at Bradford City's Valley Parade stadium
during a match against Lincoln City.

Minute's silence
On a solemn day for the city, a minute's silence was observed and an
hour-long memorial service was conducted by Bradford City chaplain
Reverend Martin Short. Flags at the city hall flew at half-mast while
bells tolled English football's unofficial hymns, Abide With Me and
You'll Never Walk Alone.

Paying respects
Relatives of the victims along with fans, officials and players of
both clubs and other local politicians and civic dignitaries from
Bradford and Lincoln were among those paying their respects at the
memorial donated by the people of Hamm in Germany, Bradford's twin
town. Two Lincoln supporters also died in the blaze.

Events recalled
Most English newspapers remembered the tragedy, the first of three
disasters in the 1980s which eventually changed the face of English
football.

Three disasters
The Bradford fire occurred just 18 days before the Heysel stadium
disaster when 39 fans died at the European Champion Clubs' Cup final
between Juventus and Liverpool in Brussels and four years before the
Hillsborough tragedy in which 96 supporters were killed at the FA Cup
semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest in Sheffield.

Forgotten tragedy
The Bradford fire has often been referred to as the forgotten tragedy
of the three, a theme revived by the Daily Telegraph on Wednesday,
which commented: "Put the three calamities side by side and you
wonder how football ever emerged from the Eighties. With so many dead
in four short years our national game had become a killing field."

Eyewitness accounts
Wednesday's papers recounted the first-hand memories of survivors and
eyewitnesses to the tragedy which began just before half-time on what
started out as a joyous spring day for the city and the club.

Trophy presentation
Bradford had won promotion from the third division as champions and
been presented with their trophy before kick-off against Lincoln.

Raging inferno
But after 42 minutes and with the match scoreless, the referee blew
to stop play. A pall of smoke was rising from the main stand, people
were spilling on to the pitch and flames were engulfing the roof.
Within just four minutes the 77-year-old stand was a raging inferno.

Risked lives
The death toll could have been far higher but for the fact some fans
escaped on to the pitch and police and fire officers risked their own
lives to help others.

Sweeping reforms
Twenty-two people were later presented with bravery awards. The
Popplewell report into the fire, together with the later Taylor
report into the Hillsborough disaster, led to sweeping reforms in
football resulting in new legislation regarding safety at sports
grounds across Britain.

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Message: 18
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 22:16:04 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Grigorie goal gives Dinamo glory

An early strike by forward Stefan Grigorie gave Dinamo Bucuresti a 1-
0 win against Farul Constanta in the Romanian Cup final, a victory
that meant Ioan Andone's side emerged triumphant in the competition
for the third successive season.

Clinical Grigorie
Dinamo were bidding for their fifth victory in six finals and made an
ideal start when Grigorie scored following a precise counterattack on
eight minutes, the Romanian international shooting past Farul
goalkeeper George Curca to put his team ahead against the run of play.

Farul fightback
Farul, making their first ever appearance in the Romanian Cup final,
fought back to dominate the first half but strikers Iulian Apostol
and Mihai Gurita both failed to convert presentable opportunities to
level. The game settled after that with neither side creating notable
scoring opportunities in the second half, and Dinamo held out to win
the cup for the 12th time overall.

Last finals:
1999/00 Dinamo Bucuresti 2-0 Universitatea Craiova
2000/01 Dinamo Bucuresti 4-2 Rocar Bucuresti
2001/02 Rapid Bucuresti 2-1 Dinamo Bucuresti
2002/03 Dinamo Bucuresti 1-0 National Bucuresti
2003/04 Dinamo Bucuresti 2-0 Otelul Galati
2004/05 Dinamo Bucuresti 1-0 Farul Constanta

Number of Cups per Club [lost finals between square brackets]
21 [7] Steaua Bucuresti
12 [8] Dinamo Bucuresti
11 [5] Rapid Bucuresti
06 [5] Universitatea Craiova

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We want mighty Steaua back!!

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Message: 19
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 22:31:55 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Cup glee for Galatasaray

Galatasaray have won the Turkish Cup for the 14th time in their
history by defeating Turkish Superleague leaders and city rivals
Fenerbahçe 5-1 in the final at the Atatürk Olympic stadium.

Ribéry magic
The first half saw Franck Ribéry's magic work for Galatasaray as the
French midfield player opened the scoring on 16 minutes with a
powerful left-foot drive before providing Necati Ates the chance to
score the second goal.

Luciano reply
On 38 minutes a Deniz Baris own goal seemed to signal the end of
Fenerbahçe's hopes of lifting the trophy. However, Brazilian defender
Fabio Luciano pulled a goal back just three minutes later to close
the deficit before the interval.

Sükür strikes
The opening stages of the second period were less evenful, before
veteran striker Hakan Sükür then struck twice in the final 20
minutes, finding the net on 71 and 88 minutes, to put the result
beyond any doubt.

History repeats
Meanwhile, Fenerbahçe's 22-year Turkish Cup drought continued with
their fourth final defeat at the hands of Galatasaray. The two sides
will meet again in a Turkish Superlegue fixture in Sükrü Saracoglu
stadium in ten days.

Last finals:
1992/93 Galatasaray 1-0 2-2 Besiktas
1993/94 Besiktas 3-2 0-0 Galatasaray
1994/95 Trabzonspor 3-2 1-0 Galatasaray
1995/96 Galatasaray 1-0 1-1 Fenerbahçe
1996/97 Kocaelispor 1-0 1-1 Trabzonspor
1997/98 Besiktas 1-1 1-1 Galatasaray [Besiktas 4-2 on pen]
1998/99 Galatasaray 0-0 2-0 Besiktas
1999/00 Galatasaray 5-3 Antalyaspor [aet]
2000/01 Gençlerbirligi 2-2 Fenerbahçe [aet, 4-1 pen]
2001/02 Kocaelispor 4-0 Besiktas
2002/03 Trabzonspor 3-1 Gençlerbirligi
2003/04 Trabzonspor 4-0 Gençlerbirligi
2004/05 Galatasaray 5-1 Fenerbahçe

Number of Titles
14 [5] Galatasaray SK
07 [5] Trabzonspor K
05 [5] Besiktas JK
04 [6] Fenerbahçe SK

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Fenerbahce is pretty poor lately, if they don't watch out they might
still loose the championship as well!

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Message: 20
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 22:57:57 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Sopron seal stylish first success

Matáv Football Club Sopron claimed victory in the Hungarian Cup for
the first time in their history after running out 5-1 winners in the
final against holders Ferencvárosi, who ended the match with eight
men.

Frantic first half
Sopron took the lead in the 12th minute, forward Mihaly Toth opening
the scoring before Zsolt Bárányos doubled the lead seven minutes
before half-time. A minute later the home side were down to ten men
as Dénes Rósa was dismissed, and Ferencváros's hopes were effectively
ended on the stroke of the interval as goalkeeper Lajos Szücs was
also sent off and Iván Balaskó made it 3-0 from the penalty spot.

Emphatic victory
Despite the two-man disadvantage, Peter Lipcsei pulled a goal back
four minutes into the second half, but Balaskó restored Sopron's
three-goal cushion eight minutes later. Adem Kapic then became the
third Ferencváros player to be shown a red card before Andras Horvath
wrapped up the win for Sopron eleven minutes from time.

Sweet success
Although Zoltán Pintér was then also sent off for the winners, Sopron
had long since wrapped up the victory, which proved particularly
sweet for their coach Attila Pinter, who was sacked by Ferencváros
despite winning the league and cup double last season.

Last finals:
2002/03 Ferencváros 2-1 Debreceni VSC
2003/04 Ferencváros 3-1 Honvéd
2004/05 Matáv FC Sopron 5-1 Ferencváros

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No three in a row here.

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Message: 21
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 23:23:07 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Brugge forced to wait for title

Club Brugge missed out on the chance to be crowned Belgian champions
this weekend after a goalless draw with RAEC Mons.

Anderlecht gain
Victory for Trond Sollied's side would have given them an
unassailable eight-point lead at the top of the Belgian First
Division and reclaimed the league title they lost to RSC Anderlecht
last season. However, Brugge's stalemate means Anderlecht have now
cut the deficit to six points with two games remaining after
defeating Germinal Beerschot at the Constant Vanden Stock.

Top two clash
Nenad Jestrovic headed the home side ahead after 24 minutes before
doubling his and Anderlecht's goal tally with a 53rd-minute penalty.
Christian Wilhelmsson added a third just after the hour to give his
side the ideal preparation for next weekend's showdown with Brugge,
who now require a point to take the title.

Against adversity
Standard de Liège remain in third after winning at KSK Beveren
despite having ten men for 80 minutes. Ivica Dragutinovic was the
player dismissed for the visitors, but Sergio Conceiçao and Milan
Rapaic gave them a 2-0 lead within half an hour. Moussa Sanogo pulled
one back for Beveren on the stroke of half-time but Rapaic's second
gave Standard back their two-goal cushion before Alain Arunina scored
a late consolation.

Genk gallop
Two points further back, KRC Genk continue to put pressure on
Standard for a UEFA Cup berth by sweeping aside Lierse SK 5-1. Nenad
Stojanovic gave Genk a two-goal lead before the break, then a Kevin
Dijck own goal and strikes from Kevin Vandenbergh and Koen Daerden
added three more in the second half. Michael Nnaji replied for Lierse.

Brussels delight
Charleroi SC's hopes of gaining European football next season
dwindled with a 2-1 home defeat against FC Brussels, leaving them
four points away from third spot. A Toni Brogno penalty had put the
hosts ahead, but goals from Richard Culek and Werry Sels gave the
relegation-threatened side victory, moving them four points clear of
danger.

Mouscron danger
KV Oostende sit bottom with Mons after losing 2-0 against KSC Lokeren
while Excelsior Mouscron lost out to Frederik Boi's solitary goal for
Cercle Brugge.

Sint-Truiden safe
Elsewhere, Davy De Beule's winning goal for KAA Gent saw off La
Louviére 2-1, while Sint Truiden guaranteed their top-flight status
thanks to Benjamin De Ceulaer's solitary strike against KVC Westerlo.

Table:
1.Club Brugge 32 24 06 02 79-20 78
2.Anderlecht. 32 22 06 04 71-31 72
3.Standard CL 32 20 06 06 60-29 66
4.KRC Genk... 32 19 07 06 54-36 64
5.Charleroi.. 32 18 07 07 45-31 61
6.AA Gent.... 32 17 05 10 45-33 56
7.Lokeren SNW 32 11 11 10 35-34 44

Strikers:
16 goals: Nenad Jestrovic (Anderlecht)
15 goals: Sambegou Bangoura (Standard)
15 goals: Rune Lange (Club Brugge)
15 goals: Kevin Vandenbergh (Racing Genk)
14 goals: Alyiu Datti (Mons)
13 goals: Aruna Dindane (Anderlecht)
13 goals: Gert Verheyen (Club Brugge)
12 goals: Ndrissa Romaric (Beveren)
12 goals: Marcin Zewlakow (Mouscron)
11 goals: Bosko Balaban (Club Brugge)
11 goals: Moussa Sanogo (Beveren)
11 goals: Archie Thompson (Lierse)

Mons-Club Brugge highlights:
http://users.telenet.be/1891/movie/bergen_cl.wmv

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He is here
He is there
He is fucking everywhere
Englebert, Englebert :p

Anything better than to become champion at home against your biggest
enemy? :p

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Message: 22
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 23:32:54 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Brugge breeze into cup final

Club Brugge remain on course for a domestic double after Nastja Ceh's
first-half goal completed a 2-0 aggregate victory against Lierse SK
in their Belgian Cup semi-final.

Ceh decisive
Leading 1-0 from the first leg, Brugge - who are six points clear in
the Belgian First Division and need just one point to claim a 13th
league championship - secured victory at Lierse thanks to Ceh's 30th-
minute effort. The Slovenian international midfielder curled a free-
kick over the wall and into the bottom left-hand corner, leaving
goalkeeper Yves Van der Straeten with no chance.

KFC Germinal Beerschot Antwerpen will join Club Brugge in the Belgian
Cup final after playing out a scoreless draw at home against KSC
Lokeren to move through on away goals after the first match ended 1-1.

Lierse-Club Brugge highlights:
http://users.telenet.be/1891/movie/hvf.wmv

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FCB on tour :p

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Message: 23
Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 02:04:34 -0000
From: "ppungdj" <ppungdj@yahoo.com>
Subject: oh.

i'm very impressive about communication in this community.
anyway thank you for you guys' hospitality(?)
nice to meet you guys.

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