Manchester United: Champions of Europe.

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Hells Bones, May 21, 2008.

  1. Hells Bones

    Hells Bones Active Member

    What can I say?


    Well done lads, take it to next season!
  2. weuphl

    weuphl Member

    Nothing like doing it the hard way though!

    Felt sorry for John Terry - if he hadn't stopped Vidic from swinging a few punches after the handbags at dawn with Drogba might have been a different story!

    Ronaldo - brilliant player but what was that penalty about??

    Should have been 3-1 at half time anyway, think Man U had the wrong boots on for the second half and Rooney was obviously nobbled by somebody.

    Delighted they won though..
  3. horn1

    horn1 Member

    Yay!!!! :)
  4. Masterblaster jnr

    Masterblaster jnr Active Member

    :woo :woo :woo :woo
    Go on the Devils.

    Although Mr Terry seemed to 'slip up' a bit. ;)
  5. Will the Sec

    Will the Sec Active Member

    Shouldn't this be in the Liverpool FC thread? :biggrin:

    I think the better team won - just.

    I was screaming at the TV for Tevez's header to go in following Rooney's tackle, move out of defence 50+ yard pass and Ronaldo's cross. Would have been goal of the season.

    A great advert for English Football (until the 115th Minute, anyway) though I think we've now seen the last of Drogba in a Chelsea shirt. Anyone to bet on Anleka scoring 30 next year?
  6. Hells Bones

    Hells Bones Active Member

    Personally, I am glad it happened that way.

    Just goes to show, all the money in the world can't buy success at the highest level.
  7. Chunky

    Chunky Active Member

    No, but having nearly all the money in the world can.
  8. Hells Bones

    Hells Bones Active Member

    Well, you know what I mean, personally I think all single owners should stay out of football.

    Then we wouldn't have the situation at Liverpool, City or Newcastle.
  9. yorkie19

    yorkie19 Active Member

    No, but it can buy you a painting of a dinner lady sleeping.
  10. yorkie19

    yorkie19 Active Member

    Most clubs in the Premiership last season were owned by a single owner:

    Aston Villa
    West Ham
    Man City

    Liverpool aren't, which is the root cause of the problems.

    Sadly, I suspect this will become the norm going forward.
  11. yorkie19

    yorkie19 Active Member

    He may well get 30, just not for Chelsea. I think we might have seen the last of Shevchenko, Anelka and Drogba in a Chelsea shirt next season (and Pizarro too. Remember him?)
  12. LeDragon

    LeDragon Active Member

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  14. yorkie19

    yorkie19 Active Member

    Sorry JT (not!)

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  15. After the "no-match" FA Cup final last season, I thought it was a fantastic game, great advert for the game in England, etc.
    However, once again Utd proved they are the luckiest team in football today. But fair play, they have been the best team in the Premiership so they deserved it, having lost AT HOME to Coventry in the Carling Cup and AT HOME to Portsmouth in the FA Cup.
    Chelsea just proved that money don't guarantee success (1st time in 4 seasons with no silverware! - oh boo- hoo!)

    Anyhoooooo, thanks for coming, see you next year, when Liverpool will want the trophy back (we get bored of letting other English clubs borrowing the Champions League trophy so it looks like they are good in Europe).

    What am I talking about? I have no idea.
    God bless.

  16. Spanky Rear

    Spanky Rear Member

    Man Utd;Champions of Europe

    Is it true that there is to be a statue of John Terry erected outside the Man Utd supporters club?