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United
4 - 0
Stoke

Premier League

Old Trafford

09/05/10

Attendance: 75,316

Referee: M.Clattenburg

UnitedStoke
Fletcher (31), Giggs (38), Higginbotham og (54), Park (84)
Van der Sar     Begovic    
Neville     Wilkinson    
Ferdinand     Shawcross    
Vidic     Huth    
Evra     Higginbotham     66
Nani     Delap    
Fletcher     Whitehead     67
Scholes     62 Whelan    
Giggs     Etherington    
Berbatov     62 Sidibe     66
Rooney     77 Fuller    
Substitutes
Foster     Simonsen    
Park     77 Lawrence    
Carrick     Pugh     66
O'Shea     Diao     67
Evans     Sanli    
Macheda     62 Collins     66
Gibson     62 Faye    
Game Statistics
18
Goal Attempts
4
13
On Target
4
10
Corners
2
10
Fouls
4
2
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
58
%
42
Comments...
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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday May 9 2010
Time: 6:41PM

Comments

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Fantastic performance,I'm totally proud of our boys,I don't care whether anyone believed in us or not,with a bit of luck things could have been very different,an addition of two more players and [they don't have to be superstars] just good players and we will be right back fighting like the Utd way.
Antriksh (abmtd)
09/05/2010 20:24:00
0
Anyone knows the latest about the Ireland situation,he could be the player we have been looking for a long,long time.
Antriksh (abmtd)
09/05/2010 20:28:00
0
I'd really not want us to sign stephen ireland. When hes in form he is exactly the type of player we are looking for but he isnt consistent enough for me. Plus with the tattoos, the cars, the cage fighting and the general insanity I just cant see him fitting in.
tuscan3000
09/05/2010 20:49:00
0
I hope we get Joe Cole,may be a good stand in for another 2-3 seasons, give us time to bed in our youngsters (and goes with our new cheapo transfer policy). Ireland is a iffy investment, has the skill, not so sure i want him here though.
elvido
10/05/2010 07:05:00
0
Elvido-I agree with you that J.Cole could be the player if we look at our new cheapo transfer policy,I won't be surprised and I'm not looking at any superstar signings.Just 2 players,thats it.
Antriksh (abmtd)
10/05/2010 07:20:00
0
Considering that we were a point off, lost our best player and had injuries for long periods, we have done very well and the squad mentality seems to work in our system. One or two quality additions (not necessarily expensive or young) will be more than enough for the future!
elvido
10/05/2010 15:08:00
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