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Dwight Yorke can see Big Ears back at United


Manchester United’s treble winning former striker Dwight Yorke says Barcelona could struggle to deal with Chicharito and Wayne Rooney. The former Red Devil feels that Sir Alex Ferguson will have briefed his players on the threat of Lionel Messi and insists that the Premier League champions can win at Wembley. Yorke believes that Sir Alex Ferguson’s side can beat Barcelona in the Champions League Final but admits that the La Liga winners will start as favourites.

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Michael Owen could be on a thoroughbred to Oz


When former Manchester United hero Dwight Yorke was first mentioned as a possible Sydney FC marquee signing in the brand new A-League six years ago it was met with disbelief by a cynical Australian public – but it came to pass. The same reaction was again shown when former Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler was approached to sign for North Queensland Fury four years later and Fowler is still playing in Australia with Perth Glory. There is now a strong move by the Newcastle Jets to sign United’s Michael Owen for next season – with a thoroughbred racehorse as part of a deal.

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United 6 Arsenal 1: Is it just a 10 year old dream?


There are times when you can barely believe what you see with your own eyes. What happened at Old Trafford on February 25, 2001 was one of those occasions. There was Manchester United’s major title challengers, clinically torn apart by a marauding side intent on leaving no doubt who was top dog. It was a day when everything United did turned to gold in a similar way that it was against Blackburn recently. Dwight Yorke took the headlines with his first half hat trick but it was a complete team performance – and no, it was certainly not a dream, just a nightmare for Arsenal. The whole story was emphatically told by the final League Table at the end of the season with the Gunners in second spot a full ten points behind United.

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