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Old 05-30-2010   #31
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lol that's the pic that was posted on the source's article ma fi Giggs bas

Btw check out the prices on ----> ManUtdStore Discount about 60% on Man Utd [home] shirts, though ma bi wasslo 3a Lebanon bas if u have someone bel KSA or Jordan or Syria or Israel or any balad m7awwatna like Cyprus kamen, fik twassi 3leya yjiba ma3o lol damn them! anw my sister's living in KSA and wassayta 3a one matbou3 esem/ra2em Giggs 3leya - official one cz I didn't like their new shirt that much, anw i'll probs get the new shirt aswell bas I can't miss out on their current offer, saret el shirt 7a22a 30$ badal 70$ !!!
What about the shipping fees ? I think it would cost you more than the shirt's price !


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What about the shipping fees ? I think it would cost you more than the shirt's price !
Well here's how it goes, Aramex has got a good offer going on --->

u can open up 2 P.O. Boxes in both the U.S. and the U.K. bi about 30$ lifetime aw 40$ mech akid..bas anyways u'll order stuff from the U.S. 3al P.O. Box bel U.S. w khbar men el U.K. 3al P.O. Box bel U.K.

halla2 once u order, the shipping inside their own countries is for free, masalan u order something from the U.K. 3a P.O. Box bel U.K. btotla3 el shipping for free w some products they take about 5$ as a fee

then, men el P.O. Box, bet wassellak el Aramex ur order to where u live: Lebanon or KSA or maba3ref what other country

they take about 10$ on each kilo wel shirt ma wazna chi, so byotla3 el shipping 10$ cz they don't take shipping fees for a national order (ya3neh inside the U.K.)

bas I dnt know how it works if u DON'T have a P.O. Box with Aramex..
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Goal.com Summer Shopping: Who should Manchester United buy?

Goal.com's transfer special series comes to focus on the Red Devils...




By Matt Monaghan
1 Jun 2010 13:30:00

After a season without major silverware, but full of tales of financial woe, Manchester United face an important summer of transfer dealing.

Chairman David Gill has insisted money is available for Sir Alex Ferguson to spend and close the one-point gap to Premier League champions Chelsea. The manager has declared that one or two signings will be made to supplement the pre-arranged arrivals of Mexican striker Javier Hernandez and Fulham centre back Chris Smalling.

United were so close to yet another glory-filled campaign and the extent of their ambition will be shown by the Glazer’s desire to spend. Make at least one big-name signing and the ‘green and gold’ campaign will go quiet, fail to invest and a record breaking 19th league trophy will look further away than ever.

Goalkeepers

Despite signing Edwin van der Sar up to a new one-year deal, reports of a swoop for a new goalkeeper have refused to go away. The Dutchman will turn 40 this year and the need to blood a top draw replacement is on Ferguson’s mind.

Juventus’ Gianluigi Buffon, CSKA Moscow’s Igor Akinfeev, Lyon’s Hugo Lloris, Schalke 04’s Manuel Neuer and Fiorentina’s Sebastian Frey have all been linked. With the prospect of a season in and out of the team to come, the Scot is likely to favour a swoop for either Neuer or Lloris with the upcoming World Cup used to test their suitability.

Ben Foster’s exit to Birmingham City will not be an issue as reserve shotstopper Ben Amos is set for promotion.

Defence

The question marks that surrounded the United defence in winter disappeared as that department provided the bed-rock of another title bid. After a season of speculation, the increasing possibility of Nemanja Vidic staying at Old Trafford has quelled the need for a top draw centre back.

Palermo’s Simon Kjaer, Bolton Wanderers’ Gary Cahill and Borussia Dortmund’s Neven Subotic had been lined up, but now only Fulham’s Chris Smalling will add to the ranks upon the completion of the £10 million switch agreed in January. A re-occurrence of Rio Ferdinand’s back problems at the World Cup could yet see Ferguson take the plunge, however.

The perennial story linking Inter Milan’s Maicon with a big money transfer to Old Trafford has re-appeared, but the Brazilian’s age, price-tag and new contract for Gary Neville make it a no-goer.

Patrice Evra could also get a new under-study if the long-arranged switch for Corinthians starlet Dodo is pushed through.

Midfield

Much of the blame for United’s failure to lift any significant silverware last term has centred on the contribution of the midfield. At times, chances were in short supply as the club failed to match the free-scoring exploits of Chelsea.

Star names from across the globe have been linked to play the magician. Real Madrid’s Rafael van der Vaart, Benfica’s Angel Di Maria, Chelsea’s Joe Cole, Everton’s Mikel Arteta, CSKA Moscow’s Milos Krasic, Aston Villa’s James Milner, Santos’ Henrique Ganzo and Valencia’s David Silva have all emerged as targets.

If the Glazers’ purse-strings are tight, a free transfer swoop for Joe Cole is most likely. A high spend on youthful stars Ganzo and Milner moves to the forefront if Ferguson continues his policy of investing in stars of the future.

A lack of steel, as well as craft, was apparent again. Owen Hargreaves’ return to fitness will boost that department, but a bid for Barcelona’s Yaya Toure or Everton’s Jack Rodwell can’t be discounted.

The whole area was not a wash-out. Antonio Valencia looked a snip even at £16m, Nani’s renaissance was a surprising bonus and Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs merited fresh contracts.

New names must be added to match their contribution as Michael Carrick and Anderson could be sold to fund the spending spree.

Attack

Wayne Rooney’s emergence from Cristiano Ronaldo’s shadow saved United’s campaign and pushed the critic’s gaze on to the misfiring Dimitar Berbatov. The barbs thrust at the club record signing as he failed to match his strike partner’s goalscoring contribution make a transfer market plunge for a star name likely.

At the top of the list is a fresh move for Real Madrid flop Karim Benzema, while his team-mate Gonzalo Higuain, Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Bojan Krkic, Wolfsburg’s Edin Dzeko and Atletico Madrid’s Sergio Aguero have all been linked.

Benzema’s cut-price £15m fee and point to prove make him the most likely to join Guadalajara centre forward Javier Hernandez at Old Trafford next term.

IN (4) : Chris Smalling (Fulham), Javier Hernandez (Guadalajara), Karim Benzema (Real Madrid), Joe Cole (Chelsea – free)

OUT (2) : Anderson, Michael Carrick

Preferred Line-Up (4-3-3)

Van der Sar

O’Shea Vidic Ferdinand Evra

Hargreaves Fletcher Cole

Valencia Benzema Rooney


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Preferred Line-Up (4-3-3)

Van der Sar

O’Shea Vidic Ferdinand Evra

Hargreaves Fletcher Cole

Valencia Benzema Rooney
tbh i'd like to see the following Line-Up:

4-4-2 Diamond or 4-1-2-1-2 whatever u wanna call it..



excuse my poor Paint Edit ta 7ott el names 7ad each position bas that would be a great formation, bas anyways la you3la 3a Sir Alex so whatever he does, it's probs better
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What about Valencia ? Do you think Joe Cole is better than him ?
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What about Valencia ? Do you think Joe Cole is better than him ?
Honestly? la2 I think Man Utd has got so much potential ba3ed, fi Fletcher aswell, fi Berbatov, he can be a support attacker (a little bit behind Rooney) he's a good player although ppl say he's worthless bas I dnt think he's being looked at from the right perspective. There's also Anderson he's not bad at all bas this season was full with injuries for him, ma tensa Owen, he was AMAZING b4 his injury this season, ba2a no I don't think Cole is better, fi Giggs w Valencia at his place a7san menno, w even Cole said if he wants to move somewhere, it wont be anywhere in the UK if NOT Chelsea, it'll be the United States he said! Ba2a ma be3te2ed byejeh Cole w he's not needed aslan halla2 someone WOULD be nice as a replacement for Scholes cz he's leaving the year after next season, they talked about Bordeaux's Gourcuff alot bas dunno... nothing's actually confirmed w lotsa speculations are taking place ba2a we'll see..we'll see....
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Red Knights shelve interest

Consortium wait for valuation to come down to £1billion



The Red Knights have confirmed they will not be making a bid for Manchester United this summer but remain committed to usurping the Glazers.

The green and gold campaign, which has seen supporters don the colours of the club's predecessors Newton Heath at matches in protest at the Glazers' running of the club, had seemed to gather momentum towards the end of the season.

However the American owners, who plunged the Red Devils into over £700million of debt when taking over in 2005, have insisted that the club is not for sale.

Rumours that a £1.5billion offer from a Far East consortium had been rejected by the Glazers last week has forced the Red Knights to temporarily withdraw their interest until a more realistic figure is reached - thought to be in the region of £1billion.

"The Red Knights remain committed to pursuing their efforts to try and help bring ownership of Manchester United to its supporters, and under a structure with materially less debt," said a statement on behalf of the group.

"As we have maintained however since news of our ambitions first emerged in March, we will only attempt to purchase the club at a sensible price, consistent with the long-term interests of the club.

"Persistent speculation in the media of inflated valuation aspirations has made
our goals less attainable, as potential investors have strongly reinforced our views that we should not move forward at a price uneconomic for the future of the club."


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Nani and Valencia on the wings are great... ManUTD needs a new right back and 2 new center midfield... Giggs, Scholes and Neville shouldn't be starters in the next season formation, the team must bring new blood...
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Nani and Valencia on the wings are great... ManUTD needs a new right back and 2 new center midfield... Giggs, Scholes and Neville shouldn't be starters in the next season formation, the team must bring new blood...
well they have two good CDMs: Hargreaves and Carrick.
what they need is a CAM to replace Scholes cz he can't be a starter next season, neither can Giggs nor Neville due to their age, they'll probs be starters in some League matches but that's as far as it goes, gher hek..subs. bi fido el fari2 aktar as subs anyways.
a Forward to play along Rooney, cz they have Berbatov who can't play alongside Rooney, he's more of a support player, and Owen who's always injured so they need someone fast and young and knows his way around the defence.
a RB to replace Neville cz O'Shea although is good, he still isn't a TOP player, he's a gr8 sub though.
and a GK is needed to replace VDS after his retirement.

Park Ji Sung - Fletcher - Giggs - Scholes - Neville - Carrick - Wes - Rafael - Hernandez etc..very good subs, bas they need a FW - a CAM - a RB - and a GK ykouno on a "starters" level of players mech subs!
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Manchester United losing battle to keep Nemanja Vidic from Manchester City but are lining up move for Real Madrid's Karim Benzema

*Serbian defender wants earning parity with Rio Ferdinand
*City willing to make Vidic best-paid player in England on £200,000 a week
*United lining up marquee summer signing to quell supporter unrest




Manchester United have renewed their interest in Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema but are losing their battle to hold on to Nemanja Vidic, Goal.com UK can reveal.

Sir Alex Ferguson has given the green light for the club to make another move for the French striker after losing out to the Spanish giants last summer.

United, who refused to meet Lyon’s £35 million asking price 12 months ago, are confident they can land the 22-year-old for around £20m after he struggled to make an impact at the Bernabeu.

But United fear they will not be able to hang on to Vidic, who is the subject of increasing interest from wealthy neighbours Manchester City.

It is understood that City are willing to triple the Serbian defender’s wages and offer him a £200,000-a-week contract, which would make him the highest paid player in Premier League history.

United do not want to lose Vidic, who was named as the Premier League Player of the Season in 2008-09. But the defender feels he should be rewarded with a deal to equal his central defensive colleague and the club’s highest earner Rio Ferdinand, who is on around £120,000-a-week.

City have been encouraged by the noises they have heard from Vidic’s agent, who has said his client is considering leaving United after the World Cup. The Eastlands club’s approach has been modelled on their pursuit of John Terry last summer, when they made a series of substantial offers, all of them rejected.

United accept that they may have to choose between getting up to £25m for him now or risk losing Vidic for nothing in two years' time, when his current deal expires.

Uncertainty about the player’s future has accelerated the need for the club to strengthen a squad that has so far been replenished only by unproven players, including Chris Smalling, a £10m buy from Fulham, and £8m Javier Hernandez.

Senior figures at Old Trafford recognise the need for a marquee summer signing to quell increasing concern among supporters about the club’s finances and ability to compete at the top end of the transfer market, which was highlighted in a BBC Panorama documentary last week.

Benzema struggled to make an impact at Real last season and did not make France’s World Cup squad but he is still highly regarded at Old Trafford and would significantly bolster a strike force that relied heavily upon Wayne Rooney last season.
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