Fabien Barthez is a bald as a bandit goalkeeper who plays for my team, Manchester United (although recently he's been dropped!).
I'm not a hooligan but, yes, it is a definite insult! Then again, I don't know how ugly you are, so it could be a compliment!
LOL, quite ugly, trust me.
Barthez, eh? That explains why a google search of "soccer hooligan" & "berthoz" didn't turn up any hits.
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Last Updated: Sunday, 4 May, 2003, 16:57 GMT 17:57 UK Email this to a friend Printable version Man Utd clinch title
Manchester United were crowned Premiership winners on Sunday after Arsenal lost at home to Leeds. Goals from Harry Kewell, Ian Harte and Mark Viduka helped earn Leeds win 3-2 at Highbury and hand the title to Manchester United.
United collected their eighth title without playing
Arsenal twice came back from behind with goals from Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp, but Viduka killed the game off with an 88th minute strike.
Match report: Arsenal 2-3 Leeds
A draw would have been enough to end Arsenal's Premiership dream as the Gunners went into the game eight points behind their rivals and needing a victory to keep up their hopes of retaining the crown.
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Manchester United, who trailed the Gunners by eight points as recently as March, had heaped the pressure on Arsene Wenger's side by beating Charlton 4-1 on Saturday.
Ruud van Nistelrooy scored a hat-trick for Ferguson's side, who are champions again after going without silverware last season.
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It is the eighth title in 11 years for United, who travel to Everton for their final game of the season.
Arsenal are at home to Southampton before finishing their league campaign with a long trip to Sunderland, but the FA Cup final represents their last chance for a trophy this season.
Match report: Man Utd 4-1 Charlton
They face Southampton at Cardiff on 17 May.
lol, I'm pretty sure I didn't remind the guy of the person in the picture above.
Yep, Barthez resembles our Six, alright
How absolutely thrilled I am to see United win yet another title. I do hope they can win every trophy next year once they've spent another £50 million on players this summer. yawn.
Another City fan with the blues! It just makes me wanna cry - NOT!!!!!!
Dansk - of the successful part of the City. Oh yeah!!!!