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1998/99 – Manchester United

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The 1998–99 season was the most successful season in the history of Manchester United Football Club.

After finishing the previous season without winning any titles, United won a treble of trophies (the Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League), the first side in English football to achieve such a feat. During the campaign United lost only five times, including a one-off Charity Shield fixture, in the League Cup against eventual winners Tottenham Hotspur and their only home defeat, a league match against Middlesbrough in December 1998. A run of 33 games unbeaten in all competitions began on 26 December at home to Nottingham Forest.

The big news of the pre-season was the arrival of Dutch defender Jaap Stam for a club record fee of £10.75 million. Other additions included striker Dwight Yorke and Swedish wingerJesper Blomqvist. Goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel announced his intention to leave the club after eight years at Old Trafford,joiningSporting Clube de Portugal at the end of the season.

The team’s never-say-die attitude, instilled in previous seasons, was key to their success as the players often thrived in difficult situations. The highlight was United’s dramatic comeback in the Champions League final, when Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjær each scored in injury time to overturn Bayern Munich’s first-half lead. David Beckham was runner up to Rivaldo for 1999’s European Footballer of the Year and FIFA World Player of the Year awards.

Fans and writers regard the treble haul as manager Alex Ferguson‘s finest hour, although he dismissed that assertion in later years. Tens of thousands of fans lined the streets of Manchester to welcome the team as the season drew to a close. In recognition of his achievements Ferguson was awarded a knighthood, and handed the Freedom of the City of Glasgow in November 1999.

 

Match worn shirts

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Friendlies

Date Opponents H / A ResultF–A Scorers Attendance
25 July 1998 Birmingham City A 3–4 Mulryne (3, 1 pen.) 21′, 38′, 56′ 20,708
27 July 1998 Vålerenga IF A 2–2 Scholes 12′, Solskjær 14′ 19,700
31 July 1998 Brøndby A 6–0 Sheringham (2) 33′, 71′, Scholes 44′, Cole (2) 66′, 84′,Cruyff 90′ 27,022
4 August 1998 Brann A 4–0 Irwin (3) 43′, 44′ (pen.), 55′ (pen.), Cole 82′ 16,100
18 August 1998 Eric Cantona European XI H 8–4 P. Neville, Butt, Scholes, Giggs, Cantona, Cruyff,Notman (2) 55,121
18 January 1999 Aberdeen A 1–1(6–7p) Johnsen 51′ 21,500

 

FA Charity Shield

Date Opponents H / A ResultF–A Scorers Attendance
9 August 1998 Arsenal N 0–3 67,342

FA Premier League

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Date Opponents H / A ResultF–A Scorers Attendance Leagueposition
15 August 1998 Leicester City H 2–2 Sheringham 79′, Beckham 90′ 55,052 7th
22 August 1998 West Ham United A 0–0 26,039 11th
9 September 1998 Charlton Athletic H 4–1 Solskjær (2) 39′, 63′, Yorke 45′, 48′ 55,147 9th
12 September 1998 Coventry City H 2–0 Yorke 20′, Johnsen 48′ 55,193 5th
20 September 1998 Arsenal A 0–3 38,142 10th
24 September 1998 Liverpool H 2–0 Irwin 19′ (pen.), Scholes 80′ 55,181 5th
3 October 1998 Southampton A 3–0 Yorke 12′, Cole 60′, Cruyff 75′ 15,251 2nd
17 October 1998 Wimbledon H 5–1 Cole (2) 19′, 88′, Giggs 45′, Beckham 47′, Yorke52′ 55,265 2nd
24 October 1998 Derby County A 1–1 Cruyff 86′ 30,867 2nd
31 October 1998 Everton A 4–1 Yorke 14′, Short 23′ (o.g.), Cole 59′, Blomqvist 64′ 40,079 2nd
8 November 1998 Newcastle United H 0–0 55,174 3rd
14 November 1998 Blackburn Rovers H 3–2 Scholes (2) 31′, 59′, Yorke 43′ 55,198 2nd
21 November 1998 Sheffield Wednesday A 1–3 Cole 29′ 39,475 2nd
29 November 1998 Leeds United H 3–2 Solskjær 45′, Keane 46′, Butt 78′ 55,172 2nd
5 December 1998 Aston Villa A 1–1 Scholes 47′ 39,241 2nd
12 December 1998 Tottenham Hotspur A 2–2 Solskjær (2) 11′, 18′ 36,079 1st
16 December 1998 Chelsea H 1–1 Cole 45′ 55,159 2nd
19 December 1998 Middlesbrough H 2–3 Butt 62′, Scholes 70′ 55,152 3rd
26 December 1998 Nottingham Forest H 3–0 Johnsen (2) 28′, 60′, Giggs 62′ 55,216 4th
29 December 1998 Chelsea A 0–0 34,741 4th
10 January 1999 West Ham United H 4–1 Yorke 10′, Cole (2) 40′, 68′, Solskjær 81′ 55,180 3rd
16 January 1999 Leicester City A 6–2 Yorke (3) 10′, 64′, 86′, Cole (2) 50′, 62′, Stam 90′ 22,091 3rd
31 January 1999 Charlton Athletic A 1–0 Yorke 89′ 20,043 1st
3 February 1999 Derby County H 1–0 Yorke 65′ 55,174 1st
6 February 1999 Nottingham Forest A 8–1 Yorke (2) 2′, 67′, Cole (2) 7′, 50′, Solskjær (4) 80′, 88′, 90′, 90′ 30,025 1st
17 February 1999 Arsenal H 1–1 Cole 61′ 55,171 1st
20 February 1999 Coventry City A 1–0 Giggs 79′ 22,596 1st
27 February 1999 Southampton H 2–1 Keane 80′, Yorke 84′ 55,316 1st
13 March 1999 Newcastle United A 2–1 Cole 25′, 51′ 36,776 1st
21 March 1999 Everton H 3–1 Solskjær 55′, G. Neville 64′, Beckham 67′ 55,182 1st
3 April 1999 Wimbledon A 1–1 Beckham 44′ 26,121 1st
17 April 1999 Sheffield Wednesday H 3–0 Solskjær 34′, Sheringham 45′, Scholes 62′ 55,270 1st
25 April 1999 Leeds United A 1–1 Cole 55′ 40,255 2nd
1 May 1999 Aston Villa H 2–1 Watson 20′ (o.g.), Beckham 47′ 55,189 2nd
5 May 1999 Liverpool A 2–2 Yorke 22′, Irwin 57′ (pen.) 44,702 2nd
9 May 1999 Middlesbrough A 1–0 Yorke 45′ 34,665 1st
12 May 1999 Blackburn Rovers A 0–0 30,436 1st
16 May 1999 Tottenham Hotspur H 2–1 Beckham 43′, Cole 48′ 55,189 1st

Colours: Green = Manchester United win; Yellow = draw; Red = opponents win.

Pos Club Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Manchester United 38 22 13 3 80 37 +43 79
2 Arsenal 38 22 12 4 59 17 +42 78
3 Chelsea 38 20 15 3 57 30 +27 75

Points allocation: Three points awarded for a win; one for a drawn match; none for a loss.

FA Cup

Despite receiving a home draw in each of their first four rounds (Third to Sixth), United were paired against difficult opponents throughout the competition. On their route to the final they defeated five Premier League teams: Middlesbrough, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Newcastle United. The only non-Premier League team that United played in the competition was Fulham, who at the time played in the Second Division, the third tier of English football, but even they were not considered pushovers, having claimed shock wins over Southampton and Aston Villa in the previous rounds.

In the third round, United were drawn against Middlesbrough, who had recently beaten them in the league. Andy Townsendgave Middlesbrough the lead at half time, but goals from Cole, Irwin and Giggs gave United a 3–1 victory.

United faced Liverpool at home in the following round, where the visitors took the lead from a Michael Owen header inside three minutes. In spite of creating plenty of goalscoring chances, the team failed to equalise until the 86th minute, when Yorke scored off a Beckham free kick. In the second minute of stoppage time, Ole Gunnar Solskjær hit a shot that sent Liverpool goalkeeper David James the wrong way to give United the win.

Cole scored the winner against Fulham on Valentine’s Day to set up a quarter-final clash at home to Chelsea.Although there were no goals, Paul Scholes and Roberto Di Matteo were both sent off and missed the replay, three days later atStamford Bridge.

Yorke kept up his ever-improving goalscoring record, scoring two goals against the Blues on 10 March.

United played cup holders Arsenal in the semi-final at Villa Park on 11 April. Neither team was able to score even after extra time had been played, therefore the match was decided in a replay four days later. Beckham opened the scoring for United with a long range effort, but Dennis Bergkamp drew Arsenal level with a shot that deflected off United’s centre back Jaap Stam.

Arsenal then thought they had taken the lead when Nicolas Anelka put the ball in the back of United’s net, but the goal was ruled out for offside. United’s captain Roy Keane was red-carded for two bookable offences and United played the last thirty minutes of normal time with ten men. In injury time at the end of the second half, Phil Neville fouled Ray Parlour in the penalty area. Peter Schmeichel parried away Bergkamp’s resultant spot kick and the game went into extra time.

Giggs scored partway through the second half of extra time. Picking up possession on the halfway line after a loose pass from Patrick Vieira, he dribbled past the entire Arsenal back line before shooting just under goalkeeper David Seaman‘s bar. Giggs ran celebrating towards the United fans, and United held on to beat the Gunners 2–1.

Scholes Sheringham 99The goal was the last ever scored in a FA Cup semi-final replay, as they were abolished the following season.

United met Newcastle United in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium, the penultimate FA Cup final to be held there before it was closed for rebuilding. Less than 10 minutes into the match, Keane was injured and replaced by Sheringham. He and Scholes both finished with a goal apiece in the 2–0 win that sealed the double.

Date Round Opponents H / A ResultF–A Scorers Attendance
3 January 1999 Round 3 Middlesbrough H 3–1 Cole 68′, Irwin 82′ (pen.), Giggs90′ 52,232
24 January 1999 Round 4 Liverpool H 2–1 Yorke 88′, Solskjær 90′ 54,591
14 February 1999 Round 5 Fulham H 1–0 Cole 26′ 54,798
7 March 1999 Round 6 Chelsea H 0–0 54,587
10 March 1999 Round 6 replay Chelsea A 2–0 Yorke (2) 4′, 59′ 33,075
11 April 1999 Semi-final Arsenal N 0–0(a.e.t.) 39,217
14 April 1999 Semi-final replay Arsenal N 2–1(a.e.t.) Beckham 17′, Giggs 109′ 30,223
22 May 1999 Final Newcastle United N 2–0 Sheringham 11′, Scholes 52′ 79,101

 

League Cup

Date Round Opponents H / A ResultF–A Scorers Attendance
28 October 1998 Round 3 Bury H 2–0(a.e.t.) Solskjær 106′, Nevland 115′ 52,495
11 November 1998 Round 4 Nottingham Forest H 2–1 Solskjær (2) 57′, 60′ 37,337
2 December 1998 Round 5 Tottenham Hotspur A 1–3 Sheringham 70′ 35,702

Colours: Green = Manchester United win; Yellow = draw; Red = opponents win.

UEFA Champions League

Date Round Opponents H / A ResultF–A Scorers Attendance
12 August 1998 Second qualifying roundFirst leg ŁKS Łódź H 2–0 Giggs 16′, Cole 81′ 50,906
26 August 1998 Second qualifying roundSecond leg ŁKS Łódź A 0–0 8,000

 

Group stage

United were drawn in Group D, quickly labelled the competition’s “group of death“, along with Spanish club Barcelona, German champions Bayern Munich and Danish side Brøndby.

Both games against Barcelona ended in draws. Despite Giggs, Scholes and Beckham putting the team into a 3—2 lead at Old Trafford, the visitors were awarded a late penalty after Butt was sent off for handling the ball. Luis Enrique converted the ball into the net to leave both teams with a point on Matchday One.

Screen Shot 2014-09-24 at 09.40.43In the return game on 25 November at the Camp Nou, a fixture that Barça needed to win to avoid elimination, Dwight Yorke’s goals put United ahead 3-2, but Barça starRivaldo equalized and nearly scored again but his effort hit the crossbar.

United were denied victory by Bayern Munich twice, home and away. In Munich, the home side equalised with two minutes to go with United leading 2–1, after Schmeichel uncharacteristically went for and missed Bixente Lizarazu‘s throw-in, allowing Giovane Élber to tap in from a few yards out and score his second of the match. The return leg ended in a stalemate; Roy Keane scored just before half-time via a low header before Hasan Salihamidžić equalised for the visitors.

United inflicted two heavy defeats on Brøndby, beating them 6–2 in Copenhagen and 5–0 at Old Trafford.

Results in the other groups meant that a second place finish was enough for United to progress into the quarter-finals, joining group leaders Bayern Munich.

Date Opponents H / A ResultF–A Scorers Attendance Groupposition
16 September 1998 Barcelona H 3–3 Giggs 17′, Scholes 25′, Beckham 64′ 53,601 3rd
30 September 1998 Bayern Munich A 2–2 Yorke 30′, Scholes 49′ 53,000 3rd
21 October 1998 Brøndby A 6–2 Giggs (2) 2′, 21′, Cole 28′, Keane 55′, Yorke 60′,Solskjær 62′ 40,315 1st
4 November 1998 Brøndby H 5–0 Beckham 7′, Cole 13′, P. Neville 16′, Yorke 28′,Scholes 62′ 53,250 1st
25 November 1998 Barcelona A 3–3 Yorke (2) 25′, 68′, Cole 53′ 67,648 2nd
9 December 1998 Bayern Munich H 1–1 Keane 43′ 54,434 2nd

Colours: Green = Manchester United win; Yellow = draw; Red = opponents win.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Bayern Munich 6 3 2 1 9 6 +3 11
Manchester United 6 2 4 0 20 11 +9 10
Barcelona 6 2 2 2 11 9 +2 8
Brøndby 6 1 0 5 4 18 −14 3

Points allocation: Three points awarded for a win; one for a drawn match; none for a loss.

Knockout phase

In the knockout stage United played two Italian sides in the quarter and semi-finals, Internazionale and Juventus respectively; United had never won on an Italian pitch.

In the quarter-finals, Beckham faced Diego Simeone for the first time since the 1998 World Cup. In the first leg at Old Trafford, United beat Inter 2–0 with two almost identical goals from Yorke, both from crosses by Beckham; Simeone’s second-half goal was disallowed for pushing.

In the San Siro, Scholes scored a late away goal to level the game at 1–1 as United advanced 3–1 on aggregate.

In the semi-finals, Juve’s captain Antonio Conte met Edgar Davids‘ pass to give Juventus an away goal. United equalised in injury-time through Giggs, who converted a Beckham cross: a Teddy Sheringham goal a few minutes earlier had been disallowed.

A draw meant that United either needed to win in Italy, or get a score-draw of 2–2 or greater.

At the Stadio delle Alpi, Filippo Inzaghi scored twice in the first 11 minutes to give Juve a 3–1 aggregate lead. However, team captain Roy Keane, who was shown a yellow card preventing him from playing the final, headed in a Beckham cross. Dwight Yorke added a second to level the match just before the break. In the second half, Cole put United ahead for the first time in the match and the tie. Yorke was brought down by the Juve keeper in the area as he went round him, but the referee played the advantage and Cole tapped in from an acute angle.

United held on for their first victory in Italy and booked their place in the Camp Nou for the final, against group opponents Bayern Munich.

Date Round Opponents H / A ResultF–A Scorers Attendance
3 March 1999 Quarter-finalFirst leg Internazionale H 2–0 Yorke (2) 6′, 45′ 54,430
17 March 1999 Quarter-finalSecond leg Internazionale A 1–1 Scholes 88′ 79,528
7 April 1999 Semi-finalFirst leg Juventus H 1–1 Giggs 90+2′ 54,487
21 April 1999 Semi-finalSecond leg Juventus A 3–2 Keane 24′, Yorke 34′, Cole 84′ 60,806
26 May 1999 Final Bayern Munich N 2–1 Sheringham 90+1′, Solskjær 90+3′ 91,000

 

Final

United were without first-choice central midfielders Keane and Scholes, as both were suspended after receiving a second yellow card in the competition. Ferguson reorganised the team, with Blomqvist and Butt replacing Keane and Scholes, Beckham moving from right-wing to centre-midfield and Giggs moving from the left to the right wing. United lined up in their normal 4–4–2 formation. This was the final match for Peter Schmeichel, who captained the team.

Mario Basler‘s free kick after six minutes opened the scoring for Bayern Munich. Bayern then had the chance to extend their lead with Mehmet Scholl hitting the post and Carsten Jancker the crossbar, forcing Peter Schmeichel to make numerous saves. In reaction to going a goal down, Ferguson substituted in Solskjær and Sheringham. As the game went to injury time, referee Pierluigi Collina indicated that three minutes would be played. In almost the last attack of the game, United won a corner, which Beckham took and goalkeeper Schmeichel went up front for. The ball was partially cleared by the Bayern defence before being played back to Giggs, who sent a low volley into the path of Sheringham, whose scuffed shot squeezed low inside the post.

Screen Shot 2014-09-24 at 09.29.50Almost immediately after the equaliser United won another corner, again taken by Beckham. He landed the ball on the head of Sheringham who nodded it to Solskjær who in turn toe-poked it into the roof of the net. Oliver Kahn, the Bayern goalkeeper, was motionless on the line.

United had completed the come-back. Bayern barely had time to restart the game, which referee Collina brought to a close just a few seconds later.

During the celebrations United’s captain Peter Schmeichel and manager Alex Ferguson lifted the trophy together to the crowd. Despite their suspensions, both Keane and Scholes received winners’ medals on the rostrum. Keane claims that to date he has not looked at the medal, feeling that his absence had tainted the accomplishment to the extent that he “didn’t deserve the medal”.

Substituted Bayern legend Lothar Matthäus removed his runner-up medal as soon as he received it, and later remarked that United were “lucky” to win the final.

Manchester United became the first English team to win the European Cup (first in its Champions League format), since Liverpool took the title in 1984 defeating Roma on penalties. The club also fittingly won on the date of Sir Matt Busby‘s 90th birthday.

Attempted takeover by BSkyB

After a meeting with Silvio Berlusconi in spring 1998, Rupert Murdoch (pictured) informed BSkyB of the need to buy a football club if the company wanted to hold on to their Premier League rights.

In September 1998 Manchester United were the target of a proposed takeover by British Sky Broadcasting, a subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch‘s News Corporation. Negotiations between both sides had begun during the summer, but had stalled after disagreements over the asking price.

The satellite group’s original bid of £575 million – initially thought to be their final offer – was deemed too low by two members of United’s board (chairmanMartin Edwards and Professor Sir Roland Smith), who pressed for a higher figure. Two days of talks followed and in an attempt to close the deal, BSkyB made a final bid of £623.4 million.

A year earlier, Murdoch’s Fox Entertainment Group purchased the Los Angeles Dodgers for $311m. Fox also held exclusive rights to Major League Baseball which meant from a strategic point of view, Murdoch’s acquisition looked more appealing. He was now able to control both programming content on his network and distribution rights to the Dodgers.

For the very same reason BSkyB replicated Fox’s formula and went ahead with a takeover of a Premier League club. Manchester United thus was the unanimous choice of Murdoch and board members. The club was the most valuable in English football, making £30.1 million from gate receipts and programmes in 1997 alone. At the same time, more than 200 supporters’ groups were established worldwide and the club’s fanbase exceeded 100 million, despite only a million having been to Old Trafford to watch the first team play.

As a means of capitalising on this growing market, MUTV, a television station operated by the club was launched in August 1998. In co-operation with Granada Media Group and BSkyB it was the world’s first channel dedicated to a football club, funded entirely through subscriptions. On the pitch United’s success was largely down to the nurturing talents of manager Ferguson, who assembled a team capable of dominating in the long haul.

 

Formation of Shareholders United

When BSkyB publicised their intentions to take over Manchester United, supporters reacted furiously to the news. The majority felt the club’s traditions, built on a loyal fan base and great teams including the Busby Babes and currently Fergie’s Fledglings would just be tarnished forever. United were no longer an independent entity, and major decisions affecting the club looked increasingly likely to be taken on the other side of the globe.

As a means of rallying supporters to get behind their cause, awareness campaigns against the takeover were launched.Red Issue issued pamphlets to fans and demonstrations in and around Old Trafford took place before the match against Charlton Athletic on 9 September. Football fans across the United Kingdom also lent support by lobbying their local MPs into passing a legislation, preventing further sport takeovers in the future.

Perhaps the significance of the protests was the formation of Shareholders United Against Murdoch, more commonly known as Manchester United Supporters’ Trust today, by journalist Michael Crick. Working alongside IMUSA (Independent Manchester United Supporters Association), their joint aim was to seek a reference of the merger by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry to the Monopolies and Mergers Commission.

Both groups therefore submitted papers to the Office of Fair Trading, stressing the importance of why the merger shouldn’t be carried out.IMUSA in particular argued that BSkyB’s main intention was not that of United’s but their already dominant position.

Sky Television’s relevant market was premium subscription channels and by buying an established Premier League team when they already had rights to the division was purely for financial gain. Moreover, Manchester United’s market was on the pitch and an acquisition by a media organisation – particularly one run by Murdoch – may create detrimental damage to the sport in the long term.<href=”#cite_note-111″ >[111]

Bowing down to public pressure, the trade secretary Peter Mandelson referred the deal to the Mergers Commission in October 1998. The report, finalised in April 1999, found that BSkyB acted selfishly and blocked the broadcaster’s bid.

Squad statistics

Man Utd squad picture 98/99

From ManUtdPics.com

No. Pos. Name League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK Peter Schmeichel 34 0 8 0 0 0 13 0 1 0 56 0
2 DF Gary Neville 34 1 7 0 0 0 12 0 1 0 54 1
3 DF Denis Irwin 26(3) 2 6 1 0 0 12 0 1 0 45(3) 3
4 DF David May 4(2) 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 7(2) 0
5 DF Ronny Johnsen 19(3) 3 3(2) 0 1 0 6(2) 0 1 0 30(7) 3
6 DF Jaap Stam 30 1 6(1) 0 0 0 13 0 1 0 50(1) 1
7 MF David Beckham 33(1) 6 7 1 0(1) 0 12 2 1 0 53(2) 9
8 MF Nicky Butt 22(9) 2 5 0 2 0 4(4) 0 1 0 34(13) 2
9 FW Andy Cole 26(6) 17 6(1) 2 0 0 10 5 1 0 43(7) 24
10 FW Teddy Sheringham 7(10) 2 1(3) 1 1 1 2(2) 1 0(1) 0 11(16) 5
11 MF Ryan Giggs 20(4) 3 5(1) 2 1 0 9 5 1 0 36(5) 10
12 DF Phil Neville 19(9) 0 4(3) 0 2 0 4(2) 1 0(1) 0 29(15) 1
13 DF John Curtis 1(3) 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4(3) 0
14 MF Jordi Cruyff 0(5) 2 0 0 2 0 0(3) 0 0(1) 0 2(9) 2
15 MF Jesper Blomqvist 20(5) 1 3(2) 0 0(1) 0 6(1) 0 0 0 29(9) 1
16 MF Roy Keane (c) 33(2) 2 7 0 0 0 12 3 1 0 53(2) 5
17 GK Raimond van der Gouw 4(1) 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 7(1) 0
18 MF Paul Scholes 24(7) 6 3(3) 1 0(1) 0 10(2) 4 1 0 38(13) 11
19 FW Dwight Yorke 32 18 5(3) 3 0 0 11 8 0 0 48(3) 29
20 FW Ole Gunnar Solskjær 9(10) 12 4(4) 1 3 3 1(5) 2 0(1) 0 17(20) 18
21 DF Henning Berg 10(6) 0 5 0 3 0 3(1) 0 0(1) 0 21(8) 0
22 FW Erik Nevland 0 0 0 0 0(1) 1 0 0 0 0 0(1) 1
23 DF Michael Clegg 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
24 DF Wes Brown 11(3) 0 2 0 0(1) 0 3(1) 0 0 0 16(5) 0
28 MF Philip Mulryne 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
29 FW Alex Notman 0 0 0 0 0(1) 0 0 0 0 0 0(1) 0
30 DF Ronnie Wallwork 0 0 0 0 0(1) 0 0 0 0 0 0(1) 0
31 GK Nick Culkin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
33 MF Mark Wilson 0 0 0 0 2 0 0(1) 0 0 0 2(1) 0
34 MF Jonathan Greening 0(3) 0 0(1) 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3(4) 0
38 DF Danny Higginbotham 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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