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You Sent Beckham To Hollywood

You Sent Beckham To Hollywood

The former England's skipper's move is the subject of debate ever since he has signed his contract but 46% of you believes he made the right decision.

Nostalgic feelings surfaced, too, as 27% percent said they would welcome him back to United. And 16% of you could have imagined him plying his trade for another English club.

Now, with our game against Arsenal looming, I ask you a quite difficult question. As we regulary beat the Gooners in recent seasons, we have plenty of happy memories to choose but which one do you rate as the sweetest?

The 4-2 triumph at Highbury, Ronaldo scoring twice in 3 minutes and Roy putting Vieira back to his place? The controversial 2-0 win at Old Trafford that ended their famous 49-match unbeaten run? Or, to go back further in time, the 6-1 whacking they were dealt on the day when Thierry Henry scored his only goal at Old Trafford? You decide.

In case you need to refresh your memory, I recommend this little video.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday January 18 2007
Time: 6:49PM

Comments

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that was a very happy day beating arsenal 6-1
rooneyisgod
18/01/2007 21:30:00
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The 4-2 win at Highbury and the look on Vieira's face will go down in Reds folklore, Keano, theres only one Keano!!!
Kanchelskis
18/01/2007 22:05:00
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May 8th, 2002, 1-0 to The Arsenal..we won the title at OT, nothing can top that :p..
luckys_10
19/01/2007 05:44:00
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For that sort of money and given his age he couldnt have made a better move.
getintoem
19/01/2007 14:10:00
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how could anyone turn that money down?
rooneyisgod
19/01/2007 14:46:00
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