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BusbyFergieJose

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About BusbyFergieJose

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    https://twitter.com/CM_9798

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    https://twitter.com/CM_9798

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    Sporting Lisbon
  1. New Laptop/PC - Help Needed

    fm2005 2006 etc can only be played on windows 7. i need the best cheap option laptop.
  2. New Laptop/PC - Help Needed

    I'm looking at getting another laptop (one with windows 7) so i can play old games (FM/CM) for my twitter page. dont want to pay over £60 for it. any ideas? was thinking about this http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Samsung-RV-series-RV510-15-6-320GB-Intel-Celeron-Dual-Core-2-10GHz-3GB/232474607517?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
  3. Football manager 2005

    windows 7.
  4. https://twitter.com/CM_9798 Currently running this twitter page and taking a look at all the past Championship Managers including FM2005 and FM2007 in the future.
  5. https://twitter.com/CM_9798 hello people We have just created a twitter page to celebrate the upcoming 20th anniversary of Championship Manager 97/98, we hope to provide a bit of nostalgia for fans of the game and later championship manager/football manager games. content will increase heading upto the anniversary leading to career updates/Screenshots that will bring the memories flooding back. give us a follow if you played any of the old skool games and we'll give you a follow back. cheers.
  6. Cantona announces retirement [Championship Manager 97/98]

    United capture Sheringham The King is dead - long live Prince Edward. Just as Manchester United's signing of Eric Cantona in 1992 surprised most people, so too did the announcement today of his replacement - Teddy Sheringham, who has joined from Tottenham Hotspur for pounds 3.5m After a summer of discontent following Cantona's abdication, United unveiled Sheringham as heir apparent, on a three-year contract at pounds 20,000 a week. "I can't think of any better player to replace Eric Cantona," Martin Edwards, United's chief executive, said. "They are slightly different in style, but it is one big name out and one big name in. We have been looking for a while for a front player of this quality. "We thought it wasn't going to happen, but it was a nice surprise to know Teddy was available. The price originally was a bit prohibitive, around pounds 6m. But Teddy is just 31 and there is plenty of mileage left in him."
  7. The messiah's five-season reign at Old Trafford has ended suddenly and dramatically. As several hundred stunned supporters gathered outside the stadium, The United manager informed a press conference that the player who unexpectedly signed from Leeds United for 1.2m in late 1992 was quitting "with immediate effect". The United manager explained that Cantona, who is believed to have flown to Paris on Saturday morning en route to his native Provence, wanted "to get out at the top" and pursue interests outside the game. In a statement handed to the media, Cantona said: "I have played professional football for 13 years, which is a long time. I now wish to do other things. I always planned to retire when I was at the top and at Manchester United I have reached the pinnacle of my career. "In the last four and a half years I have enjoyed my best football and had a wonderful time. I have had a marvellous relationship with the manager, coach, staff and players, and not least the fans. I wish United even more success in the future." Who can replace Cantona? Paul Scholes The most likely candidate within the club. Natural goalscorer, comfortable playing in the hole, good passing vision. But lacks experience. Matt Le Tissier The most obvious English contender. Wonderful passer with excellent goalscoring record. Ice-cool penalty-taker. But lazy by the standards of United's work effort. Happy at The Dell. How about Teddy Sheringham? Juninho Magnificent player, already adapted to English game. Available. Pele in favour of move, Gary Pallister a possible makeweight. But Boro prefer to sell overseas. Wants to play in Spain. Roberto Baggio Unlike Raul, Zinedine Zidane, Gianfranco Zola and Dennis Bergkamp, he is available. Plays in the hole, has experience at the highest level and, although 30, still a great talent. But wages would shatter United's pay structure and could foster resentment. How committed is he? Another possibility is Glasgow Rangers ace Brian Laudrup. Who would be your choice to replace the charismatic frenchman?
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