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United "berisha" 51 last won the day on November 19 2007

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About United "berisha" 51

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    Legendary Man Utd
  • Birthday 03/14/1995

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  • Biography
    Super fast running machine
  • Location
    The White House in U.K.
  • Interests
    Annoying People especially Teachers
  • Favourite Football Club
    Manchester United
  • Participating In Following Setups
    GC6, 10; Euro 23,10; EC 561; WC2, 125
  • Favourite Football Player
    Cristiano Ronaldo and Pele
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    5 trophies
  1. Re: YouTube Videos Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton Umbrella really funny
  2. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! I think it is Dominica. Give us a clue:)
  3. Re: SM Predict - Season 3 - Week 21 Saturday 19th January 2008 Blackburn VS Middlesbrough 2-1 Reading VS Man Utd 1-3 Villarreal VS Valencia 2-1 Norwich VS Leicester City 2-1 Sunday 20th January 2008 Atletico Madrid VS Real Madrid (ESB) 0-3 Real Betis VS Recretivo Huelva 2-1 Manchester City VS West Ham United 2-1 Wigan Athletic VS Everton 1-2
  4. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! solomon islands
  5. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! United Arab Emirates Western Sahara
  6. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! tunisia???
  7. Re: SM Predict - Season 3 - Week 20 Arsenal 3-1 Birmingham Aston Villa 3-1 Reading Everton 2-3 Man City Man Utd 3-0 Newcastle Middlesboro 2-2 Liverpool Ipswich 2-1 Stoke (ESB) Celtic 4-0 Stirling Albion Rangers 4-0 East Stirling
  8. Re: Gold Championship 10 Match Report Thread Manchester City Match Day 4 Manchester City vs Middlesbrough vs Match Commentry: 13th minute Dietmar Hamann gets sent off for head butting an opponent! 34th minute Nery Castillo is 1 on 1 against the goalie and cleverly finishes the ball at the bottom corner. 70th minute Middlesbrough defender Guissepe Favali gets sent off for kicking an opponent. Managers say: Tables: 1. Man City with 12 points 2 Arsenal with 10 points 3. Chelsea with 9 points 4. Everton with 9 points
  9. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! Red circle in the middle
  10. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! Eritrea????
  11. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! correct!!!!
  12. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! Like an Ireland flag but flipped around orange white green
  13. Re: Official Red Devils thread Reds get top-flight draw United have been drawn at home against either Tottenham or Reading in the FA Cup fourth round.The Reds beat Aston Villa 2-0 in the third round with goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney. FA Cup Fourth Round Draw Arsenal v Stoke City/Newcastle Coventry v Walsall/Millwall Oldham v Huddersfield Town Wigan v Chelsea Luton/Liverpool v Swansea/Havant & Waterlooville Southend v Barnsley Southampton v Norwich/Bury Man Utd v Tottenham/Reading Portsmouth v Plymouth Derby/Sheff Wed v Preston Watford v Wolves Peterborough v Charlton/West Brom Sheff Utd v West Ham/Man City Mansfield v Middlesbrough Tranmere/Hereford v Cardiff Ties to be played on 26 and 27 January.
  14. Re: Official Red Devils thread 06/01/2008 19:13, Report by Adam Bostock Ferguson to face his son? Sir Alex Ferguson will be looking for a family affair when the FA Cup fourth round draw is made on Monday afternoon (13:30 GMT). The boss was delighted son Darren's team joined the Reds in reaching the last 32. League Two side Peterborough punched above their weight to knock out Championship club Colchester and will now hope to be rewarded with a money-spinning fourth round tie. Sir Alex told MUTV: "We'd like a home draw and it would be great if it was against Peterborough... it would give my son Darren a good cheque!" United are one of only six top-flight teams definitely in the fourth round, the others being Middlesbrough, Wigan, Portsmouth, Chelsea and Arsenal who beat Burnley 2-0 away on Sunday. Liverpool, Derby, Fulham and United's next league opponents Newcastle also played on Sunday but they could only draw with lower league sides, namely Luton, Sheffield Wednesday, Bristol Rovers and Stoke City respectively. However, replays for those clubs are respectable by comparison with Bolton, Blackburn and Everton who suffered shock exits at home to Sheffield United, Coventry and Oldham. Birmingham were also knocked out, away to Huddersfield, while Roy Keane's Sunderland lost at home to Steve Bruce's Wigan. 07/01/2008 09:41, Report by Gemma Thompson Edwin happy to stay Edwin van der Sar has spoken of his delight at extending his contract with the Reds for a further year. Sir Alex Ferguson revealed last month that a new deal had been agreed with the Dutch stopper until the end of the 2008/09 campaign. And 37-year-old van der Sar, who joined United in June 2005, says he couldn't be happier with life at Old Trafford. "I'm delighted to have agreed a new deal," he told MUTV. "As we did last year, we said we'd evaluate things in December and both parties were very happy with things so there was no reason for me to quit. "I'm still feeling very good [in terms of fitness] and with the way the team plays and everything about the club it's a delight to be here." Sir Alex was equally pleased to have secured van der Sar's services for a further year. The Reds boss added: "Edwin's consistency and experience have been a great help to this club and I'm delighted he's staying on." 07/01/2008 09:51, Report by Ben Hibbs Manucho strikes for Angola New United signing Manucho was on target for Angola as they continue their preparations for the African Nations Cup later this month. The 24-year-old striker, who impressed on a three-week trial late last year, must wait to be granted a work permit before being allowed to complete his move to Old Trafford. The Angolan forward struck the only goal of the friendly match against Dutch side Willem II in Portugal on Sunday. Angola play Egypt in Lisbon on Thursday in their next warm-up match before their opening game African Nations Cup against South Africa in Tamale on 23 January. 05/01/2008 14:01, Report by Ben Hibbs U18s: United 3 Wolves 1 United's Under-18s kicked off 2008 in style with a 3-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers at Carrington. The young Reds resumed Premier Academy League action after the recent winter break, and did so in style. England youth international striker Danny Welbeck scored United's opening goal. Then Reds winger Cameron Stewart added another shortly before half-time. Skipper Corry Evans struck almost immediately after the break to ensure all three points and an excellent start to the new year. The Reds make the short trip to Bolton on Saturday before taking on Carlisle in the FA Youth Cup fourth round on Wednesday 16 January. The match will be played at Northwich FC's Victoria Ground. Kick-off is at 7pm. Click here for directions to the stadium. United: Woods; Moffat, James, Gill (McCormack 46), Dudgeon (Galbraith 61); Bryan, Eikrem, Drinkwater, Stewart; Bryan (Brandao 76), Welbeck. Subs not used: Curran, Norwood.
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