Monday, September 22, 2008

FA to look into Ferguson remarks

The Football Association is looking into remarks made by Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson about referees' chief Keith Hackett.

Someone should shut his mouth and show him the video of vidic fouling over which he got first yellow card which should have been red card only. That was clear red card as vidic was last defender. The butcher again tried and it was a success when he got 2nd yellow and got sent off.

Its not chelsea who is escaping ref punishments, its Manchester United who has escaped punishedments on several on field and off-field activities.

Surely, we and spurs havent forgot Berbatove chase and transfer

Post match Manchester City Vs CHELSEA

Man City 1 - 3 Chelsea
Goals Scored:-
Man City- Robihno
Chelsea - 1) Carvalho
2) Lampard
3) Anelka

Player Analysis:-

Cech - Looked solid. Was defended well by the defender except on few occasions.

A. Cole - Decent game. Looked solid going forward. Decent crosses in. Had a shot from outside the box just went over the goal (a screamer)

Terry - Had a decent till the time he got a Red card, yes a Red card. Refree got it all wrong. A bad day for Terry.

Carvalho - Had a Brilliant game. Scored the equaliser, made some crucial tackle without which scorecard could have been lot different. Great day for him though.

Bosingwa - Looked good going forward and also in defense. His crosses were amazing.

Mikel - Had a tough game, unlike what he had against Pompey. At times he held on to the ball longer than he had to only increasing pressure on him. He went forward for an attack once had a nice run there when he went past 3 of Man City defenders only to give away the ball to the fourth one but still was a nice try. All an all had decent game. Expect a better performance from him next time.

Lampard - At his very best. Scoring a second goal giving Chelsea the Lead. The Finish was excellent. Way to go Lampard!

Deco - Good to see Deco the way he has adapted to the conditions and the Physical nature of the Premier league. To see Deco tackling for the ball upfront and to win it like the few times he did, something he is not known to do.

Malouda - Well disappointing nothing else. Crosses were as poor as always, in fact I cant recollect whether did he even successfully cross one in (Did he guys?). And missed a simple free header from a 6 yard box only to hit the cross bar, should have done better on that occasion and scored the goal.

Joe Cole - Decent game with one assist (Anelka Goal)

United vs Chelsea post match

Beating chelsea at their own then was always difficult.
Manchester United showd Character.and glad to know that we have pulled our socks up.
A draw against Chelsea looks very satisfactory.

Well played Manchester United.we are the champions. Some positives : MU played t-gether as a team.Though in 2nd half were more defensive but still the end result is a draw.

Ronaldo wasnt effective! but its his 1st game of the season in EPL! u couldnt expect more!!! I would certainly suggest all of MU fans to calm down! cos this result! is gonna help united.

A very good point for an average performance. Very were brilliant for the first 25 min and could have scored more goals.after that it was all chelsea and they should probably have won it. Have were pretty solid throughout although started loosing our shape in the last 25 min.

Park Ji sung and Rooney were excellent. Berbatov was quite but his presence helped rooney do whatever he wanted to do.

Now MU nowhere near out of the title race with 6 behind chelsea and a game in hand

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Song For Manchester United

This song for MU fans double winner 2008

United's Flags is deepest red,
It Shrouded all our Munich dead
Before their limbs grew stiff and cold
Their heart's blood dyed it'a every fold

Then raise United's banner high,
Beneath it's shade we'll live and die,
So keep the faith and never fear,
We'll keep the Red flag's flying here

We'll never die, we'll never die,
We'll never die, we'll never die,
We'll keep the Red flag's flying high,
'Cos Man United will never die

Hard Day For Manchester United

It's too hard to heard about Manchester united. They lost to the Reds. I feel frustrated but I hope they will improved when they compete in UEFA Champion League this week n will face Chelsea if I no mistaken.

MU LOST TO LIVERPOOL 2-1..what a shame..liverpool even not field torres
but still can win...thanks to Van der sar for contributing a goal for liverpool...

Friday, September 19, 2008

Championship Manager 4 (PC)

Club Football Manchester United - Complete package - 1 user - Xbox - German

Your club, your passion, your game.Match day - walk out onto the pitch at Old Trafford with the rest of the team; take on the opposition and score the winning goal. The stadium erupts, chants, drums and banners celebrating your win with the rest of the Manchester United team. This is Manchester United - Club Football where your dreams of glory come true.Manchester United - Club Football is the official video game for any Manchester United supporter, full of unique football detail and action. This is your chance to play alongside Van Nistelrooy, Ferdinand, Keane and all your heroes at Old Trafford.The game includes the first team players in their 2003/2004 strips playing in a digitized, 3D computer modeled replica of Old Trafford. Listen to the supporters chanting from the terraces recreating the whole match day atmosphere.

Football Manager 2006 (PC CD)

Manufacturer's Description
Make the tough decisions to guide your club to success.

Manager/player interaction - Resolve your players' issues such as requesting first-team football, feeling threatened by new signings or demanding a new contract.

Manager negotiations - Negotiate your own contract as well as prioritising wage and transfer budgets with the board.

Player training - A newly developed training module includes simplified schedules, a more manageable coaching system and improved feedback on your players' development.

The football world - With data accurate up to the September 2005 transfer window, you can manage in leagues from over 50 countries and work with up to 270,000 players and staff.

New additions designed to make the game more realistic and more accessible than ever.

New in-game tutorial - Becoming a Football Manager doesn't happen overnight. This new tutorial with help beginners and experienced players at the start of their new careers.

New injury module - Improved physio assessments and new treatment decisions make short term fixes for critical games, or take care of your players' fitness in the long term.

New tactical options - Including Time Wasting and Player Position Swaps.

New tactical tracking - Monitor your opponent's tactical changes via the formation panel in order to counter their changes as the game is played out no need to pause the action.

Liverpool - Season Review 2007/2008

Although Liverpool failed to achieve or win any trophies this year, i still thought it was a good season for them with very memorable matches and fantastic goals.
Spanish striker Fernando Torres ( El Nino ) joined Liverpool this year, he was a major boost for the offence and added alot of strength to the attackers, he scored fantastic goals this year, i really think he was a very successful transfer. i enjoyed watching him play and score !
Also Ryan Babel seems to have potential and i think he will imporve alot.
Gerrard was excellent as usual as captain of the team.
Overall, i really enjoyed this season, and the team did very well in the Champions league, beating some of Europe's strongest teams in the second round ( Intermilan and Arsenal ), and were about to reach the final, but it was just pure bad luck that made us lose infront of Chelsea in the semi finals.
Alot of good players joined this year, and alot of them improved, i think Gerrard and Torres are starting to understand each other more inside the pitch, I have high hopes that the team will achieve and win something major next year, like The Preimere league or the Chapmions league, especially if Torres stays in the team.
Im writing this before 11 days from the release of the dvd, i really can't wait to buy it and watch all those wonderful goals, if you are a Liverpool fan, you wouldn't miss this dvd..BUY IT

Arsenal - Season Review 2007/2008

Arsenal produced some of the most attractive football seen in the Barclays Premier League in the 07/08 season. Re-live all the key moments including the Gunners’ historic win at the San Siro, a league ‘double’ over fierce rivals Spurs and an impressive run in the Carling Cup.

There are highlights from every game and there is every goal scored in the UEFA Champions League, Barclays Premier League, FA Cup and the Carling Cup. This DVD is the definitive record of Arsenal’s 07/08 season.

DVD Extras: Match By Match Access; Season Landmarks; The FA Women’s Cup Final Highlights

Cristiano Ronaldo - The Boy Who Had A Dream [2007]

Cristiano Ronaldo is blessed with a rare gift: the ability to produce magic with a football at his feet. His sensational skills have attracted fans around the world and have left opponents watching in amazement, disbelief and fear. His pace, power and wonderful technique has lit up the world of football and seen him become recognized as one of the greatest players of all time. Cristiano Ronaldo - The Boy Who Had A Dream is a revealing documentary which looks back at his life and career to date--from his humble beginnings in Portugal to his current position as one of the highest paid footballers in the world. Packed with entertaining highlights and fascinating insights into the player's life, the DVD features in-depth interviews with the star, his family, and his friends, as well as commentary from some of the game's greatest names (including Sir Alex Ferguson, Figo, Wayne Rooney and Luiz Felipe Scolari). In addition to this, of course, is awesome footage of of the Manchester United midfielder at his best--in action for Portugal at the World Cup and the European Championships, and destroying defences and scoring breath-taking goals for Manchester United.

Manchester United: Ryan Giggs - True Red

21st May 2008, Ryan Giggs comes on as a substitute for Manchester United in the Champions League Final against Chelsea in Moscow. In doing so he beats Sir Bobby Charlton's record number of appearances for Manchester United and with 759 appearances becomes the player who has pulled on the United shirt more times than any other in the club's history. Not only did he break this record but he also went on to score the winning penalty in the game which crowned Manchester United kings of Europe again.

In what has been an illustrious career, no player has won more medals than Ryan, however his legacy is not just about numbers and figures. Throughout his time at Old Trafford he has played with dazzling flair, breathtaking skill and a fleet-footed assuredness that has created unforgettable moments of magic. It's not just what he did; it's how he did it.

The DVD goes behind the scene's with United's biggest star. In an access all areas summer Ryan talks through all the key moments of his playing career, shows what his interests are away from football, introduces his friends and family and talks about his plans for the future. This DVD is the comprehensive and definitive account of Giggs' time at United and shows how the boy who was tipped to become the new George Best ended up surpassing even Sir Bobby Charlton in becoming a record-breaking superstar and the symbol of United's dominance during football's Premier League era.

Manchester United: The Champions League Final and Road To Moscow 2008

"The newly crowned Champions of England are the new Champions of Europe, 2008 is another Manchester United vintage year. Wembley, Barcelona, Moscow, Manchester United three times European Champions".

Extra time, injury time, penalties. Whenever United win the biggest prize of all, it’s always a dramatic, intense affair. At well past midnight in Moscow, the big hands of Edwin van der Sar pushed away Nicolas Anelka’s penalty and the Reds were once again crowned the Kings of Europe. And how the Red Army roared as Ryan and Rio raised the giant trophy aloft again.

Featuring over 4 hours of breathtaking action, this double disc DVD includes highlights and reactions to every game on the Road to Moscow, from Ronaldo’s emotional return to Lisbon, to the re-matches with Roma and the nervous, nail-biting semi-finals against the mighty Barcelona. Plus, the entire Champions League Final in full, including all the euphoric post-match celebrations with the thousands of United fans who made the epic, but unforgettable journey to the Russian capital.

"It’s double top for the red arrows, too good for Chelsea…and the rest in the quest to become European champions".

Premier League Classic Matches - Volume 1

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the world's greatest domestic league, this action-packed programme relives some of the greatest moments in the history of the Premiership.

Manchester Utd F.C. Premier League Champions Scarf Perfect 10

  • CHAMPIONS 2007 / 2008 - PERFECT 10