I also like the fact that Solskjaer is coming back and that Owen may come back to Liverpool...maybe...trust me, he will...maybe.
Where did you dream that up from?
> if he stays injury free
He spends his whole life injured, mate.
He was a quality player, Utd wanted to pay us 12mil for him like 5 years ago, but then injury struck.
A goal every 4 games, has been that way all his career.
Oh and Ian Moore... but I
> don't know much about that striker
If it's Burnley's Ian Moore then that's a very good purchase. He was very much in demand towards the end of last season. He'll hit the net pretty frequently if he plays.
> mattributé wrote:
> Add Hulse, Healy and Blake to the mix,
> Has Hulse matured from the promising striker he once was?
Well he scored like 6 goals in his first 6 games for Leeds or somet.
Is Healy still good?
Not wonderful last season, but he grabbed a brace at Millwall yesterday.
> Apparently Blakes a good signing. I remember Frazer and Kilgallon
> looked good for the defence.
Gregan's now in defence with Kelly, Butler and Daniel Harding (with Kilgallon and Richardson reserved (younglings you know)). Oh and some new guy Rui Manuel Marques.
Midfield is made up of Bakke (yay), Steve Stone, Eddie Lewis, Shaun Derry, DAnny Pugh, Gylif Einarsson, Matthew Spring, And (will we see him again?) Simon Walton.
And of course we still have Michael Ricketts as well, who actually did well during pre-season. Bless him. Oh and Ian Moore... but I don't know much about that striker.
> As long we get knocked out of Europe quickly we should
> have a good season.
How does tomorrow sound?