Monday, May 16, 2005

[manchesterunited_rulez] Digest Number 280

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Topics in this digest:

1. WAR DECLARED ON GLAZER-MEC, RED ARMY STATEMENT
From: mec_red_army
2. United condemn Saints to relegation
From: Larry Cai <larry66b@yahoo.com.sg>
3. United condemn Saints to relegation
From: Larry Cai <larry66b@yahoo.com.sg>
4. United condemn Saints to relegation
From: Larry Cai <larry66b@yahoo.com.sg>

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Message: 1
Date: Sun, 15 May 2005 13:19:18 -0000
From: mec_red_army
Subject: WAR DECLARED ON GLAZER-MEC, RED ARMY STATEMENT

STATEMENT FROM RED ARMY

Today we the RED ARMY are supporters without a club and are called to
defend our beloved history of Manchester United from Glazer and his
associates. Our grief has turned to anger, and our anger has to be
released. Whether we bring our enemies to justice, or bring justice
to our enemies, justice will be done.

On May 12, 2005, enemies of Red Army committed an act of war against
us. The Glazer Family have known wars of soughts -- but for the past
2 years, they have been wars of words and peaceful protests, except
for the one that has now begun. The Glazer family have known the
casualties of war, (Tampa Bay Season Ticket Holders). Here in United
Kingdom we will not allow the hated Leprechaun to have a peaceful
day, while him, his family and associates conduct their greedy
business in our home of Old Trafford, a great stadium that has been
erected to house our following and built with our money and support.
In the world of business never before have thousands of civilians
conducted revenge on a single business and lost. All of this was
brought upon us in a single day, and night fell on a different world,
a world where our club itself is no longer our own club, Manchester
United is temporary no longer. Until the day we have our Club
returned to us it shall be known as Glazer United
.
Malcolm Glazer is to United fans what Adolph Hitler was to Europe.
The darkest of shadows now cast over Old Trafford, the once richest
club in the world, a club of winning championships and seeking
success now banished to HELL with Satan at the helm. His goal is to
reap as much income as possible, regardless of where and how it is
sought.
Today the RED ARMY make the following requirements of the Glazer
family: Deliver our club back to us, reinstate all that was before.
Release all your shares back to the market. Protect yourself and
your family as well as your associates and workers. Close
immediately all ties with Manchester United and permanently stay away
from Manchester United and all of its business. If you are willing
to abide with our terms, then every employee at Old Trafford and the
Carrington training camp will remain unharmed. In the meantime until
our requirements are met, it has been considered that all your
employees and their families are now our enemies. Any person, group,
trust, organisation, business, sponsor or affiliate who in their
support or structure, have to appropriate any business with you on
the day to day running of Glazer United are now deemed enemies of the
RED ARMY.
These requirements are not open to negotiation or discussion. The
Glazer family must act, and act immediately. They will hand back our
Manchester United, or they will share in their fate.

We also want to speak today directly to all Manchester United
Supporters throughout the world. We welcome and respect your support
from all the millions of RED ARMY followers, and by thousands more in
countries that have supported Manchester United via television that
we count as friends. We already have the support of our following
from Norway, Arabia, South Africa to China, and Australia to
Argentina. Our support has been good and peaceful, and for those who
commit to our cause, to execute the removal of the evil Glazer family
from Manchester are welcome to unleash their frustations and vent
their anger for the Cause. The Irish duo of Magnus and Mangier are
traitors to our faith, once trying to hijack United themselves, then
to commit deceit, so treacherous an act that they have committed and
is therefore deemed punishable. As for all others who sold out to
Glazer you have made yourself a target for punishment. All of your
daily interests and social activities are now under scrutiny and are
marked to be attacked as you are now our enemy. We shall leave no
stone unturned until these traitors are left to burn in Hell.

The RED ARMY would like to make it clear; it is NOT our many American
friends, which have become our enemy. For we have widespread support
throughout America in our war on Glazer. Our enemy is the radical
network of Glazer and his associates, and every organisation that has
assisted him in acquiring our club.
Our war on Glazer begins today, but it does not end overnight. It
will not end until every piece of acquisition of Manchester United is
handed back to the RED ARMY and Glazer defeated.

People are asking, why do we hate him? We hate what we see right
here as a capitalist venture for an individual that will ruin the
English game of football not only for Manchester United but for
smaller clubs in the lower leagues. Their leaders are self-appointed
and not democratically elected, not allowing any input or a voice
from the supporters The Glazer family hate the freedom of speech,
you only have to ask the Season Ticket Holders of Tampa Bay
Buccaneers. Malcolm Glazer took them to court and sued them. Can
you imagine a European football club taking its own fan base to
court? Our religion of United, our freedom of speech, our right to
assemble and disagree with the board of directors is banished forever
until we rid Manchester United of the Glazer family.

People are asking: How will we fight and win this war? We will
direct every resource at our command, every means of diplomacy, and
every tool of intelligence, every instrument of law, every financial
influence, and every necessary weapon of war, to the disruption and
to the defeat of the Glazer network.
This war will not be like the war of words and protest that have
taken place in the past. We also believe it will not be a swift
conclusion. In Manchester, the uprising has begun. This will move
to Cardiff and other major cities in England; we will take this war
to the capital cities of Europe. Glazer is counting on a major
financial income from European sources which will be one of our main
objectives. We are willing to allow Glazer United to be removed from
Champions League football. Once this objective is successful,
sponsorships will begin to dry and wither. All current sponsors,
NIKE, Vodafone, Budweiser, Ladbrokes, Endsleigh Insurance, Dimension
Data, PEPSI, Wilkinson Sword, AUDI, Fuji Film, and Century Radio are
now legitimate targets of the RED ARMY. Let this be a warning to any
other potential sponsor for Glazer United. Any person promoting or
profiting from Glazer United will also be deemed the enemy and leave
themselves open to attack. There will also include impromptu raids
on people entering Old Trafford to support Glazer United. These
raids though will only serve as a re education so that these people
are aware of the RED ARMY cause. Other legitimate targets include
all staff and employees and their families of Old Trafford, suppliers
and their employees and families. This will also include any media
entering Old Trafford.

IF YOU WANT TO STAY IN GOOD HEALTH, DO NOT BE ASSOCIATED, CONNECTED
OR WORK FOR GLAZER UNITED.

Our response involves far more than instant retaliation and isolated
strikes. Glazer United should not expect one battle, but a lengthy
campaign, unlike any other that has been known in the world of
sport. It may include dramatic strikes, visible on TV, and covert
operations, secret even in success. We will starve Glazer of
funding, turn them one against another, drive them from Old Trafford
back to Florida, until there is no refuge. In addition, we will
pursue associates of Glazer and those that sold us down the river
that provided a path for Glazer to enter Manchester. Every
supporter, in every region, in every nation around the World now has
a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the
Glazer. From this day forward, any person or business that
continues to support Glazer United will be regarded by the RED ARMY
as a hostile.

Our followers have been put on notice: That we are not immune from
attack. We will take defensive measures against Glazer to protect
our following. Today, 374 members of the MEC-RED ARMY have agreed in
principal to the agreement to take up their stance and begin the
war. These efforts are being coordinated at the highest level. As
well as individual level as to confuse the authorities as much as
possible.
These measures are essential. But the only way to defeat Glazer as a
threat to our history and future of Manchester United is to stop him,
eliminate him, and destroy him while he has a grip on Manchester
United.

What is at stake is not just Manchester United's future. The whole
future of the English football is at risk. This is civilization's
fight against a greedy man, he is not entering Manchester as a hero
saving a club from extinction; he cannot do what Manchester United
was not doing already. He can only be here for one reason and that
is to destroy the good name of English football. Does this man think
that this is the best way to import soccer into America? He is so
wrong; the American culture does not accept our game of football on a
scale in comparison to their own sports of baseball and such likes.

We ask every football fan to join us. We will ask, and we will need,
the help of the real united fans from across the world. The RED ARMY
is grateful that many of you here in the UK and many internationally
organised have already responded, with sympathy and with support.
With the conductance to not purchasing the merchandise associated
with Glazer United or other products of these companies, Glazer shall
feel the financial pressure, and we estimate that the indicators will
show this by January 2006.

Supporters are asking: What is expected of us? We only ask that you
live your lives, and be ready to fight. We know many supporters have
fears today, and we ask you to be calm and resolute, even in the face
of a continuing menace of Malcolm Glazer. We ask you to uphold the
values of the true and historical United fan, and remember why so
many have been to Old Trafford in our glorious history. We are in a
fight for our principles, and our first responsibility is to live by
them. Only our enemies should be singled out for unfair treatment or
unkind words because of their unethical business dealing with the
Glazer family and the background to this takeover. Companies and
employees such as J P Morgan, N M Rothschild, to name a few are
all legitimate targets. We will not forget this wound to our club
or those who inflicted it. We will not yield; we will not rest; we
will not relent in waging this struggle for freedom and security for
the RED ARMY to return home to a Glazer free Old Trafford.

It is our hope that in the months, years ahead, that life will return
to normal. When our own VE Day arrives we will go back to our home
of Old Trafford and our Saturday routines, and that is good. Even
grief recedes with time and grace. But our resolve must not pass.
Each of us will remember what happened that day the 12th May, and to
whom it happened. We'll remember the moment the news came, where we
were and what we were doing. Some will remember an image of fire, or
of news that felt like death. Some will carry memories of a game and
a roaring voice gone forever.

Today we thank our fellow RED ARMY followers for what you have
already done and for what you will do. To the ladies and gentlemen
of the formerly Manchester United, we thank you, for your
representations and information that has put us in good stead for our
War with Glazer United
The course of this conflict is not known, yet its outcome is
certain. For freedom and fear, justice and cruelty, have always been
at war, and we know that God is not neutral between them.

And, finally, please continue praying that one day soon Glazer and
his family will leave Manchester and our great country. Prayer has
comforted us in sorrow, and will help strengthen us for the journey
ahead.

Remember this; the Flower of Manchester belongs in our hearts not in
the bank account of Malcolm Glazer.

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Message: 2
Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 01:03:41 +0800 (CST)
From: Larry Cai <larry66b@yahoo.com.sg>
Subject: United condemn Saints to relegation

Southampton 1-2 Man Utd


Relegation photo gallery
Southampton match reaction

Southampton's 27-year stay in the top flight of English football ended when they lost to Manchester United and were relegated from the Premiership.
Saints had started so well, a Graeme Le Saux corner bundled in via the thigh of Man Utd defender John O'Shea.
But United responded quickly and O'Shea crossed for Darren Fletcher to head in.
Ruud van Nistelrooy pounced to nod home an Alan Smith cross to put Man Utd ahead and results elsewhere ensured the Saints finished bottom of the division.
It was heartbreak for the Saints faithful who must now watch their side play in the second tier for the first time since 1978.
Saints boss Harry Redknapp picked a brave team for such a monumental game, bringing back David Prutton after a 10-match ban and replacing the banned Peter Crouch with Brett Ormerod, leaving Kevin Phillips on the bench.
And his side understandably looked nervous from the start, Wayne Rooney's shot being deflected wide before Mikael Silvestre headed over from the resulting corner.
But the hosts, veterans of the last-day survival escape, got themselves in front with their first attack of the game.
Henri Camara won a corner on the right that Le Saux swung in to the area and with Nigel Quashie lurking the ball went in inadvertently off O'Shea.
It was our own fault - look at the managers we have had, then look at the late goals we have conceded

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The game was being played at a ferocious tempo and Saints could have grabbed another when Silvestre somehow stopped Ormerod getting on the end of a Jamie Redknapp cross.
But United always looked dangerous and they got their equaliser when O'Shea made amends for his own goal, crossing for Fletcher to impressively head home.
As play switched from end to end Van Nistelrooy saw his shot cleared off the line before Ormerod headed over from six yards.
The pace slowed down as the half wore on but Saints fans had plenty to cheer as news filtered through that rivals Crystal Palace and Norwich were both losing.
The hosts knew that a goal in one of the other games could plunge them back into the mire, but they had enough on their hands coping with a determined Man Utd side.
But inside 60 seconds, the carnival atmosphere inside St Mary's turned into deathly silence.
Crystal Palace equalised against Charlton, West Brom went 1-0 up against Portsmouth and the Saints fell behind, a killer goal from Van Nistelrooy.
Smith bustled his way into space down the right and his deflected cross evaded Antti Niemi and fell for the Dutchman to nod home.
With West Brom winning, Southampton knew they needed to score twice to stay up and they never looked like producing the required miracle.

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Southampton: Niemi, Telfer, Lundekvam, Higginbotham, Bernard (Davenport 78), Prutton (Phillips 71), Redknapp, Quashie, Le Saux (Delap 71), Camara, Ormerod.
Subs Not Used: Smith, Oakley.
Booked: Lundekvam.
Goals: O'Shea 10 og.
Man Utd: Carroll, O'Shea, Brown, Ferdinand, Silvestre, Fortune, Fletcher, Giggs, Smith, Rooney (Saha 74), van Nistelrooy (Phil Neville 87).
Subs Not Used: Kleberson, Keane, Ricardo.
Booked: Brown, Silvestre.
Goals: Fletcher 19, van Nistelrooy 63.
Att: 32,066.
Ref: S Bennett (Kent).

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Message: 3
Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 01:03:54 +0800 (CST)
From: Larry Cai <larry66b@yahoo.com.sg>
Subject: United condemn Saints to relegation

Southampton 1-2 Man Utd


Relegation photo gallery
Southampton match reaction

Southampton's 27-year stay in the top flight of English football ended when they lost to Manchester United and were relegated from the Premiership.
Saints had started so well, a Graeme Le Saux corner bundled in via the thigh of Man Utd defender John O'Shea.
But United responded quickly and O'Shea crossed for Darren Fletcher to head in.
Ruud van Nistelrooy pounced to nod home an Alan Smith cross to put Man Utd ahead and results elsewhere ensured the Saints finished bottom of the division.
It was heartbreak for the Saints faithful who must now watch their side play in the second tier for the first time since 1978.
Saints boss Harry Redknapp picked a brave team for such a monumental game, bringing back David Prutton after a 10-match ban and replacing the banned Peter Crouch with Brett Ormerod, leaving Kevin Phillips on the bench.
And his side understandably looked nervous from the start, Wayne Rooney's shot being deflected wide before Mikael Silvestre headed over from the resulting corner.
But the hosts, veterans of the last-day survival escape, got themselves in front with their first attack of the game.
Henri Camara won a corner on the right that Le Saux swung in to the area and with Nigel Quashie lurking the ball went in inadvertently off O'Shea.

The game was being played at a ferocious tempo and Saints could have grabbed another when Silvestre somehow stopped Ormerod getting on the end of a Jamie Redknapp cross.
But United always looked dangerous and they got their equaliser when O'Shea made amends for his own goal, crossing for Fletcher to impressively head home.
As play switched from end to end Van Nistelrooy saw his shot cleared off the line before Ormerod headed over from six yards.
The pace slowed down as the half wore on but Saints fans had plenty to cheer as news filtered through that rivals Crystal Palace and Norwich were both losing.
The hosts knew that a goal in one of the other games could plunge them back into the mire, but they had enough on their hands coping with a determined Man Utd side.
But inside 60 seconds, the carnival atmosphere inside St Mary's turned into deathly silence.
Crystal Palace equalised against Charlton, West Brom went 1-0 up against Portsmouth and the Saints fell behind, a killer goal from Van Nistelrooy.
Smith bustled his way into space down the right and his deflected cross evaded Antti Niemi and fell for the Dutchman to nod home.
With West Brom winning, Southampton knew they needed to score twice to stay up and they never looked like producing the required miracle.

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Southampton: Niemi, Telfer, Lundekvam, Higginbotham, Bernard (Davenport 78), Prutton (Phillips 71), Redknapp, Quashie, Le Saux (Delap 71), Camara, Ormerod.
Subs Not Used: Smith, Oakley.
Booked: Lundekvam.
Goals: O'Shea 10 og.
Man Utd: Carroll, O'Shea, Brown, Ferdinand, Silvestre, Fortune, Fletcher, Giggs, Smith, Rooney (Saha 74), van Nistelrooy (Phil Neville 87).
Subs Not Used: Kleberson, Keane, Ricardo.
Booked: Brown, Silvestre.
Goals: Fletcher 19, van Nistelrooy 63.
Att: 32,066.
Ref: S Bennett (Kent).

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Message: 4
Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 03:59:53 +0800 (CST)
From: Larry Cai <larry66b@yahoo.com.sg>
Subject: United condemn Saints to relegation

Southampton 1-2 Man Utd


Relegation photo gallery
Southampton match reaction
Man Utd match reaction

Southampton's 27-year stay in the top flight of English football ended when they lost to Manchester United and were relegated from the Premiership.
Saints had started so well, a Graeme Le Saux corner bundled in via the thigh of Man Utd defender John O'Shea.
But United responded quickly and O'Shea crossed for Darren Fletcher to head in.
Ruud van Nistelrooy pounced to nod home an Alan Smith cross to put Man Utd ahead and results elsewhere ensured the Saints finished bottom of the division.
It was heartbreak for the Saints faithful who must now watch their side play in the second tier for the first time since 1978.
Saints boss Harry Redknapp picked a brave team for such a monumental game, bringing back David Prutton after a 10-match ban and replacing the banned Peter Crouch with Brett Ormerod, leaving Kevin Phillips on the bench.
And his side understandably looked nervous from the start, Wayne Rooney's shot being deflected wide before Mikael Silvestre headed over from the resulting corner.
But the hosts, veterans of the last-day survival escape, got themselves in front with their first attack of the game.
Henri Camara won a corner on the right that Le Saux swung in to the area and with Nigel Quashie lurking the ball went in inadvertently off O'Shea.

The game was being played at a ferocious tempo and Saints could have grabbed another when Silvestre somehow stopped Ormerod getting on the end of a Jamie Redknapp cross.
But United always looked dangerous and they got their equaliser when O'Shea made amends for his own goal, crossing for Fletcher to impressively head home.
As play switched from end to end Van Nistelrooy saw his shot cleared off the line before Ormerod headed over from six yards.
The pace slowed down as the half wore on but Saints fans had plenty to cheer as news filtered through that rivals Crystal Palace and Norwich were both losing.
The hosts knew that a goal in one of the other games could plunge them back into the mire, but they had enough on their hands coping with a determined Man Utd side.
But inside 60 seconds, the carnival atmosphere inside St Mary's turned into deathly silence.
Crystal Palace equalised against Charlton, West Brom went 1-0 up against Portsmouth and the Saints fell behind, a killer goal from Van Nistelrooy.
Smith bustled his way into space down the right and his deflected cross evaded Antti Niemi and fell for the Dutchman to nod home.
With West Brom winning, Southampton knew they needed to score twice to stay up and they never looked like producing the required miracle.

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Southampton: Niemi, Telfer, Lundekvam, Higginbotham, Bernard (Davenport 78), Prutton (Phillips 71), Redknapp, Quashie, Le Saux (Delap 71), Camara, Ormerod.
Subs Not Used: Smith, Oakley.
Booked: Lundekvam.
Goals: O'Shea 10 og.
Man Utd: Carroll, O'Shea, Brown, Ferdinand, Silvestre, Fortune, Fletcher, Giggs, Smith, Rooney (Saha 74), van Nistelrooy (Phil Neville 87).
Subs Not Used: Kleberson, Keane, Ricardo.
Booked: Brown, Silvestre.
Goals: Fletcher 19, van Nistelrooy 63.
Att: 32,066.
Ref: S Bennett (Kent).

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