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13/01/2007

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Man UtdAston Villa
Park (11) Carrick (13) Ronaldo (35)Agbonlahor (52)
Edwin Van der Sar     Thomas Sorensen    
Gary Neville     Olof Mellberg    
Rio Ferdinand     Liam Ridgewell    
Nemanja Vidic     Gary Cahill    
Patrice Evra     Wilfred Bouma     46
Cristiano Ronaldo     Aaron Hughes     46
Michael Carrick     80 Gavin McCann    
Paul Scholes     Isaiah Osbourne    
Ji-Sung Park     65 Gareth Barry    
Shrek     Gabriel Agbonlahor    
Henrik Larsson     80 Milan Baros    
Substitutes
Louis Saha     65 Jlloyd Samuel     46
Tomasz Kuszczak     Steven Davis     46
Solskjaer     80 Stuart Taylor    
Ryan Giggs     Lee Hendrie    
John O'Shea     80 Juan Pablo Angel    
Game Statistics
27
Goal Attempts
7
17
On Target
5
8
Corners
4
1
Offside
0
1
Yellow Cards
1
57
%
43

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Saturday January 13 2007
Time: 5:15PM

Comments

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Well at least we saw a bit more of teh ball today.
Villain Of The North
13/01/2007 17:22:00
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Watched the match the first half was a disgrace and ranks up there with some of our worst ever performances.Thank god sorensen is back he was brilliant if the clown was in goal it would have been at least 5 nil at half time.Second half we won 1 nil,the attitude was completley different and is the key difference between this season and last.Baros should consider switching to att mid as he could be quite effective there.He was class for the goal.
Pking
13/01/2007 17:23:00
0
At least we had more than our usual zero goal attempts at old trafford, Osbourne played well and baros looked like he was trying to impress.
chris the villan
13/01/2007 17:24:00
0
Thats most of the big boys done home and away now, we must beat the likes of Watford, Wigan etc or it is gonna be skids in the pants time!!
mackaavfc
13/01/2007 17:25:00
0
What an intresting season its turning out to be.And to be fair we were beaten by the better team,Scholes is in great form and its a joy to see quality like Larson and Ronaldo put inferior teams to the sword with such aplomb.;-) (PAIN IS THE CLEANSER,PAIN IS THE CLEANSER)repeat.
Pking
13/01/2007 17:31:00
0
shots are 27 to 7 thats ******** ridiculous. Soon enough were gunna have to do a portsmouth job and buy a whole new different team, full of 33 year olds who can still half deliver, and at least have a crack on goal. At least we drew with them on bookings. Damn it oneill get in that transfer window, as much as i love you i feel like picking you up and throwing you through it myself. If we dont beat watford, and i do mean beat, not another 1 all draw, we will finish 13th or lower with no more than 50 points. gee how negative is this lol...well is anyone as frustrated as i am with all this?
AussieVilla
13/01/2007 17:34:00
0
the premierleague website says Man Utd score "routine" victory over Villa. those **** (Please be fair, we get all ages and all sorts reading this site, we do not need that level of language on the front pages. Not sure how that got passed the swear filters either!) [Edited by TheFear]
AussieVilla
13/01/2007 17:35:00
0
Blimey Aussievilla, how did you get that through the filter?
mackaavfc
13/01/2007 17:38:00
0
It's not that I'm not gutted but i can not fault our players work rate but as we all know our beloved club has not got the standard of personal to compete with manure.
chris the villan
13/01/2007 17:47:00
0
To be fair Aussievilla has a pretty valid statement there.I really wished for Chelsea to fall flat on there arse now I pray for Chelsea to win the league.The media has been so biased latley its unbelievable,numerous Manyoo ''fans'' have crawled back out from the woodwork again.Old Trafford was silent for long periods again today.Prawn sandwitchwes al round
Pking
13/01/2007 17:50:00
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