Monday, March 30, 2009
The legendary crooner was the king of comebacks but Ferguson is unlikely to tread the boards again once he has walked away from the bright lights of Old Trafford at the end of next season, if his son Darren's prediction is accurate, given that he has already cancelled one retirement date at the end of the 2001-02 campaign.
Ferguson Jr believes only Liverpool's record of 18 domestic titles stands in the way of Sir Alex finally bringing the curtain down on his trophy-laden stay with the world club champions.
"I can see him doing this year and next and then that might be it for him," said Darren, manager of Peterborough.
A demoralising 2-0 reverse against Fulham at Craven Cottage last weekend, on the back of the 4-1 humiliation by fiercest rivals Liverpool, saw Manchester United crash to their first back-to-back defeats in almost four years.
The wise money remains on Ferguson to steady the ship and guide United, who have a game in hand, to their third successive Premier League title and record-equalling 18th domestic success.
That would mean Ferguson had delivered on his promise when arriving at Old Trafford in 1986 "to knock Liverpool off their perch".
It will also mean club officials must begin the unenviable process of replacing the man who has won 32 major honours during his 22-and-a-half-year reign south of the border, including 10 Premier League titles and two European Cups.
A clear case of rather you than me.
Ferguson has always maintained he will continue as long as he has his health and for many United fans it will be difficult to imagine him setting off into the sun.
At least now they have 14 months to get used to the idea.
Nick Walsh writes features and betting previews for betting.betfair.com
Saturday, March 28, 2009
England 4 -0 Slovakia
1-0 - Heskey - Watch - Download
2-0 - Rooney - Watch - Download
3-0 - Lampard - Watch - Download
4-0 - Rooney - Watch - Download
went on to win the inaugural T20 cricket World Cup 2007 India
- First ever trilateral ODI series win in
Australiaversus and Sri Lanka CB Series of 2007-08. Australia
- First ever bilateral ODI series win in
(IDEA CUP) in August 2008. Sri Lanka
- He captained Team
Indiato win the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2008 at home versus . Australia went on to win the coveted 4 match Test series (2-0). India
- Also Team
Indiato win the RBS Cup 2008 at home versus . England went on to win the coveted 2 match Test series (1-0) and the 7 match ODI series (5-0) with the rest of the remaining two ODIs being abandoned. India
- Under his captaincy, India beat Sri Lanka for the second time to clinch the IBDI Fortis Wealthsurance Cup ODI series 2009 (4-1) and the only Twenty20 International, the first Twenty20 International match held in Sri Lanka. This is the second straight series win for Team
Indiain . Sri Lanka
- On the Indian tour of New Zealand in 2009 under his captaincy Indians created history by clinching their first ever ODI series in New Zealand, the National Bank Series 2009 . Before this, Indians had just won a Test series in
41 years ago. Team New Zealand have comfortably won the 5 match ODI series (3-1) with an ODI being abandoned due to rain. India
- M.S. Dhoni is the first Indian Captain to achieve nine consecutive ODI wins (between 14/11/2008 and 05/02/2009). Earlier the record of having eight consecutive ODI wins were owned by Sunil Gavaskar (5)- Kapil Dev (3), Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid.
- Previous captains Anil Kumble and Sourav Ganguly have said that under Dhoni India will reach greater heights and even all time great Richard Hadlee said that "Under Dhoni, India will become the world no.1 team" and he also said that by this 2-0 win that the Australian dominance in the cricket world had finally come to an end.
- As a farewell gift to former Indian captain, Sourav Ganguly who was set to retire after the
Nagpurtest against Australia, Dhoni asked Sourav Ganguly to lead the team for one last time towards the end of the Australian innings in the last test at . Nagpur
- Dhoni has already been compared to
's Steve Waugh for his captaincy skills. In the battle of nerves, the mental toughness accompanied with the cool temperament exhibited by Dhoni just resembles the times of Steve Waugh’s leadership. Australia
- During the ODI Series 2009 in
Sri Lanka, Dhoni had equalled the record of 's Andy Flower who has also played 46 ODIs in both roles of Wicket Keeper/Captain. Zimbabwe
- Out of the 6 Test matches Dhoni has captained, the Indian Cricket Team has won 5 of them
This is just the begining. More to come from Mahi. The message from the Indian team to the rest of the cricket world is very clear - "Watch out we are coming at you"
April 18: Mumbai Indians (MI) v Chennai Super Kings (CSK) (4 pm) in Cape Town
Rajasthan Royals (RR) v Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) (8 pm) in Cape Town
April 19: Delhi Daredevils (DD) v Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) (4 pm) in Cape Town; Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) v Deccan Chargers (DC) (8 pm) in Cape Town
April 20: RCB V CSK (8 pm) in Port Elizabeth
April 21: KKR v KXIP (4 pm) in Durban; RR v MI (8 pm) in Durban
April 22: RCB v DC (8 pm) in Cape Town
April 23: CSK v DD (4 pm) Durban; KKR v RR (8 pm) in Port Elizabeth
April 24: KXIP v RCB (8 pm) in Durban
April 25: DC v MI (4 pm) in Durban; KKR v CSK (8 pm) in Cape Town
April 26: RCB v DD (4 pm) Port Elizabeth; RR v KXIP (8 pm) in Cape Town
April 27: CSK v DC (4 pm) in Durban; KKR v MI (8 pm) in Port Elizabeth
April 28: DD v RR (8 pm) in Centurion
April 29: KKR v RCB (4 pm) in Durban; MI v KXIP (8 pm) in Durban
April 30: KKR v RCB (4 pm) in Durban; RR v CSK (8 pm) in Centurion
May 1: MI v KKR (4 pm) in East London; RCB v KXIP (8 pm) in Durban
May 2: RR v DC (4 pm) in Port Elizabeth; CSK v DD (8 pm) in Johannesburg
May 3: KXIP v KKR (4 pm) in Port Elizabeth; MI v RCB (8 pm) in Johannesburg
May 4: DC v CSK (8 pm) in East London
May 5: KXIP v RR (4 pm) in Durban; DD v KKR (8 pm) in Durban
May 6: MI v DC (8 pm) in Centurion
May 7: RCB v RR (4 pm) in Centurion; KXIP v CSK (8 pm) in Centurion
May 8: DD v MI (8 pm) in East London
May 9: DC v KXIP (4 pm) in Kimberley; CSK v RR (8 pm) in Kimberley
May 10: RCB v MI (4 pm) in Port Elizabeth; KKR v DD (8 pm) in Johannesburg
May 11: DC v RR (8 pm) in Kimberley
May 12: RCB v KKR (4 pm) in Centurion; KXIP v MI (8 pm) in Centurion
May 13: DC v DD (8 pm) in Durban
May 14: CSK v RCB (4 pm) in Durban; MI v RR (8 pm) in Durban
May 15: KXIP v DD (8 pm) in Bloemfontein
May 16: CSK v MI (4 pm) in Port Elizabeth; DC v KKR (8 pm) in Johannesburg
May 17: KXIP v DC (4 pm) in Johannesburg; RR v DD (8 pm) in Bloemfontein
May 18: CSK v KKR (8 pm) in Centurion
May 19: DD v RCB (8 pm) in Johannesburg
May 20: RR v KKR (4 pm) in Durban; CSK v KXIP (8 pm) in Durban
May 21: MI v DD (4 pm) in Centurion; DC v RCB (8 pm) in Centurion
May 22: Semi Final 1 in Centurion
May 23: Semi Final 2 in Johannesburg
May 24: Final in Johannesburg
Sunday, March 22, 2009
Real Madrid took on Almeria at the Santiago Bernebeu hoping to cut Barcelona's lead at the top of the table and keep up the pressure on them.
Real Madrid 3 - 0 Almeria
1-0 - Marcelo - Watch
2-0 - Huntelaar - Watch
3-0 - Huntelaar - Watch
Liverpool 5 - 0 Aston Villa
1-0 - Kuyt - Watch
2-0 - Riera - Watch
3-0 - Gerrard - Watch
4-0 - Gerrard - Watch
5-0 - Gerrard - Watch
The second season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will not be held in India. At the BCCI working committee meeting today in Mumbai, a decision was taken to stage the tournament outside the country "because of the extraordinary situation existing this year." This is what a press release from the IPL board had to say "Under the given circumstances, the BCCI is not in a position to either play a truncated IPL or to cancel the second edition of the IPL. It is a matter of great regret that, in the prevailing atmosphere, where the government is expressing concern for providing security to the IPL matches, the BCCI is left with no other option but to conduct the Indian Premier League in another country"
Now England and South Africa have emerged as the front runners to host IPL. South Africa board chairman has said that they are ready to host the event if approached. And IPL has confirmed that the schedule remains the same. This comes as a huge blow to the fans in India who were eagerly waiting for the month of April. Though the tournament is set to go on, I doubt if it will we as successful as the last years edition. But the IPL board might have had little choice as elections are approaching this year. But those who might be affected are the stakeholders. I doubt if sponsors will be pumping in the cash to the same extent as they did last year. Modi has confirmed that dates and timings of the matches will remain the same. The Indian audiences can watch the matches at 4 pm and 8 pm IST as they did in the inaugural season.
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Monday, March 16, 2009
The squads are as follows:
Royal Challengers, Bangalore:
Overseas players: Jacques Kallis, Mark Boucher, Dale Steyn, Dillon Du Preez, Cameron White, Nathan Bracken, Ross Taylor, Kevin Pietersen, Jesse Ryder and Roelof van der Merwe.
Indian players: Rahul Dravid, Anil Kumble, Robin Uthappa, Praveen Kumar, Virat Kohli, Wasim Jaffer, Manish Pandey, Srivats Goswami, R Suteesh, Pankaj Singh, Vinay Kumar, Bhuvanesh Kumar, Karan Sharma, Saurav Bandekar, Tinu Yohannan, Bharat Chipli, B Akhil, Devraj Patil, J Arun Kumar, KP Appanna, Sunil Joshi, Gaurav Dhiman, Jitendra Patil, Udit Patel, A Mithun, S Aravind, Kedar Jadhav, C M Gautam, Raju Bhatkal, Rajesh Bishnoi, Ishank Jaggi and Rohit Sabharwal.
Chennai Super Kings:
Overseas players: Muthiah Muralitharan, Matthew Hayden, Michael Hussey, Albie Morkel, Makhaya Ntini, Jacob Oram, Stephen Fleming, Thilan Thushara, Andrew Flintoff and George Bailey.
Indian players: M S Dhoni, Parthiv Patel, Suresh Raina, S Badrinath, L Balaji, M Vijay, Joginder Sharma, Manpreet Singh Goni, Sudeep Tyagi, Viraj Kadbe, Shadab Jakati, R Ashwin, Abhinav Mukund, Anirudha Srikkanth, Vidyut Sivaramakrishnan, Palani Amarnath, K B Arun Karthik, N Einstein and Suresh Kumar.
Overseas players: A B de Villiers, Daniel Vettori, Owais Shah, Paul Collingwood, David Warner, Andrew McDonald, Dirk Nannes, Glenn McGrath, Farveez Maharoof and T Dilshan.
Indian players: Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Dinesh Kartik, Manoj Tiwary, Rajat Bhatia, Mithun Manhas, Avishkar Salvi, Ashish Nehra, V Yo Mahesh, Pradeep Sangwan, Umesh Yadav, Yogesh Nagar, Tejashwi Yadav and Amit Mishra.
Deccan Chargers, Hyderabad:
Overseas players: Adam Gilchrist, Herschelle Gibbs, Scott Styris, Andrew Symonds, Ryan Harris, Fidel Edwards, Dwayne Smith, Chamara Silva, Chaminda Vaas and Nuwan Zoysa.
Indian players: VVS Laxman, Rohit Sharma, RP Singh, Pragyan Ojha, Venugopal Rao, D Ravi Teja, T Suman, Arjun Yadav, D Kalyankrishna, P Vijay Kumar, Manvinder Bisla, Jaskarandeep Singh, Harmeet Singh, Sarvesh Kumar, Halahar Das, Syed Mohammed and Shoaib Ahmed.
Overseas players: Lasith Malinga, Jean Paul Duminy, Graham Napier, Ryan McLaren, Dilhara Fernando, Sanath Jayasuriya, Dwayne Bravo, Mohd Ashraful, Kyle Mills and Luke Ronchi.
Indian players: Sachin Tendulkar, Zaheer Khan, Harbhajan Singh, Shikhar Dhawan, Abhishek Nayar, Dhawal Kulkarni, Jude Singh, Jaydev Shah, Rahil Shaikh, Yogesh Takawale, Pinal Shah, Ajinkya Rahane, Chetanya Nanda, Rohan Raje and Saurabh Tiwary.
Overseas players: Shane Warne, Graeme Smith, Shane Watson, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Morne Morkel, Robert Quiney, Tyron Henderson, Shaun Tait, Shane Harwood and Lee Carseldine.
Indian players: Mohd Kaif, Munaf Patel, Yusuf Pathan, Sidharth Trivedi, Swapnil Asnodkar, Niraj Patel, Mahesh Rawat, Anup Revandkar, Ravindra Jadeja, Dinesh Salunkhe, Naman Ojha, Sidharth Chitnis, Paras Dogra, Amit Singh, Ahad Malek, Raphi Vincent Gomez, Kamran Khan, Ashraf Makda, Paul Valthaty, Srideep Mangela, Mohd Arif, Gajendra Singh, Atul Sharma, Pratmesh Salunkhe and Pushkarraj Chavan.
King's XI Punjab:
Overseas players: Brett Lee, James Hopes, Shaun Marsh, Luke Pomersbach, Simon Katich, Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene, Burt Cockley, Ravi Bopara and Jerome Taylor.Indian players: Yuvraj Singh, Irfan Pathan, S Sreesanth, Ramesh Powar, V R V Singh, Piyush Chawla, Karan Goel, Uday Kaul, Wilkin Mota, Ajitesh Argal, Tanmay Srivastava, Sunny Sohal, Ryan Ninan and Yash Gandhi.
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Chelsea 1 - 0 Manchester City
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The 2009 Formula 1 season is set to kick off in a couple of weeks time and it promises to be more exciting than last season. With new rules and regulations into place its going to hard to predict the winners this time around. Honda team, renamed as Brawn GP will be hoping to show some real improvement under Ross Brawn. Force India have formed a partnership with McLaren, something which will be looked upon with Interest. The top teams like Ferrari and McLaren remain favourites but you can't take anything for granted in F1. Lets wait and watch.
2009 Season Race Calendar:
|01||2009 FORMULA 1 ING AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX (Melbourne)||27 - 29 Mar|
|02||2009 FORMULA 1 PETRONAS MALAYSIAN GRAND PRIX (Kuala Lumpur)||03 - 05 Apr|
|03||2009 FORMULA 1 CHINESE GRAND PRIX (Shanghai)||17 - 19 Apr|
|04||2009 FORMULA 1 GULF AIR BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX (Sakhir)||24 - 26 Apr|
|05||FORMULA 1 GRAN PREMIO DE ESPANA TELEFONICA 2009 (Catalunya)||08 - 10 May|
|06||FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2009 (Monte Carlo)||21 - 24 May|
|07||2009 FORMULA 1 ING TURKISH GRAND PRIX (Istanbul)||05 - 07 Jun|
|08||2009 FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX (Silverstone)||19 - 21 Jun|
|09||FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2009 (Nürburgring)||10 - 12 Jul|
|10||FORMULA 1 ING MAGYAR NAGYDIJ 2009 (Budapest)||24 - 26 Jul|
|11||2009 FORMULA 1 TELEFONICA GRAND PRIX OF EUROPE (Valencia)||21 - 23 Aug|
|12||2009 FORMULA 1 ING BELGIAN GRAND PRIX (Spa-Francorchamps)||28 - 30 Aug|
|13||FORMULA 1 GRAN PREMIO SANTANDER D'ITALIA 2009 (Monza)||11 - 13 Sep|
|14||2009 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX (Singapore)||25 - 27 Sep|
|15||2009 FORMULA 1 FUJI TELEVISION JAPANESE GRAND PRIX (Suzuka)||02 - 04 Oct|
|16||FORMULA 1 GRANDE PREMIO DO BRASIL 2009 (Sao Paulo)||16 - 18 Oct|
|17||2009 FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX (Yas Marina Circuit)||30 Oct - 01 Nov|
Saturday, March 14, 2009
Real Madrid put behind their disappointment of Champions League exit with a thumping victory at Athletic Bilboa. Huntelaar showed his real Klaas with a brace in the second half to lead the whites to victory. Earlier in the first half Real went ahead by two goals before Heinze put one in his own net and a rare error by Casillas gifted the home side the equaliser just at the stroke of half time. But Real romped home against the home side who ended the match with 9 players.
Athelic Bilboa 2 - 5 Real Madrid
0-1 - Robben - Watch
0-2 - Henize - Watch
1-2 - Heninze(own goal) - Watch
2-2 - Llorente - Watch
2-3 - Huntelaar - Watch
2-4 - Huntelaar - Watch
2-5 - Higuain(pen.) - Watch
India ended the ODI on a losing note after going down to the home side by 8 wickets but there was no denying them of a series win. This team his surely gonna go places. They lost the twenty 20 series and suddenly everyone started to raise their eyebrows but those were put to bed by some fierce performance in the ODI series. Had it not been for the rains, India would have sealed the series by the 3rd ODI. The top order functioned with precision with Sehwag taking the bowlers to the cleaners and when he missed out in the 3rd ODI Sachin Tendulkar took centre stage mauling the Kiwis all over the park. And the bowling department which could not perform that well in the first few ODI's did really well in the fourth match. And one of the reasons for India's truimph is also due to the performance of the part timers. New Zealand found Bhaji and Yuvraj quite tough to get away. One aspect which India were below par was their fielding. Ground fielding was quite Ok but catching was terrible and it was captain who lead in that by dropping some sitters and also few stumpings. Something for the team to really work on. One clear star of the series was Virender Sehwag, who hit first three balls he faced for sixes. He killed the bowling attack with atmost ease and the bowlers found impossible to bowl at him. And to cap a great ODI series, Viru also got the record for the fastest century by an Indian in ODI's. Now comes the test series, India have the experience of Dravid and Laxman coming into team and the Kiwis might find it difficult in the longer version also.
Manchster United 1 - 4 Liverpool
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Friday, March 13, 2009
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Manchester United 2 - 0 Inter Milan
1-0 -Vidic - Watch - Download
2-0 - Ronaldo - Watch - Download
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Liverpool outplayed and Out classed Real Madrid with a sublime display of football. Real Madrid on the other hand were pathetic, showed no willingness to fight. They were simply not up for it against a team that was tactically strong, something missing from Real Madrid. And were it not for the excellence of Iker Casillas in Madrid's goal the Spanish giants could have been embarrassed further. Its been five years since Real progressed past the first knock out round, something to worry about for a team that has won the cup a record nine times.
Liverpool 4 - 0 Real Madrid
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Juventus 2-2 Chelsea
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Tuesday, March 10, 2009
A 90th-minute equaliser from Costinha to cancel out a Paul Scholes goal meant the current holders suffered the ignominy of being knocked out of Europe's premier club competition at the first knockout phase by eventual winners Porto.
It would not be the first time that Mourinho and Old Trafford supremo Sir Alex Ferguson were to clash.
During a trophy-laden but sometimes turbulent three-year stay at Chelsea, the enigmatic Portuguese coach suffered only one defeat in 10 meetings with the current world club champions, including a 1-0 win in the 2007 FA Cup final.
Now, Mourinho has the chance to send United packing again when he returns with Internazionale to Old Trafford on Wednesday for what promises to be a night to savour.
Again, Mourinho's team will arrive as underdogs but their form in Serie A this season dictates that they are a live threat to United's hopes of reaching the last eight of the Champions League.
United, however, are a different beast these days and even Mourinho, albeit through gritted teeth, will acknowledge that his players spent the majority of the opening period in the first leg chasing shadows.
Inter had the inspired Julio Cesar to thank for keeping the visitors at bay in the San Siro, but 0-0 is a dangerous scoreline and Mourinho will be praying his formidable-looking front-pairing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Adriano - who was substituted after 77 minutes in Italy - turn up in Manchester.
Ibrahimovic has already promised United's defenders an uncomfortable night but then confidence has never been an issue for the Swedish man mountain and the reigning champions can boast a record of not being beaten in 18 matches at Old Trafford in the competition proper dating back more than four years.
Ferguson has warned his players to expect a long night and those with a nervous disposition may wish to look away.
Mourinho, by contrast, will relish the spotlight and only the brave would bet against the star from Setúbal pulling off one last party trick before his proposed return to the Premier League.
Nick Walsh writes features and betting previews for Betfair.
Sunday, March 8, 2009
India 392 for 4 (Tendulkar 163*, Yuvraj 87, Dhoni 67) beat New Zealand 334 (Ryder 101, McCullum 71, Mills 54, Harbhajan 2-56) by 58 runs
When you hear that kids are named after Sachin Tendulkar one might think those kids are Indians but it isn't the case in New Zealand. Sachin Austin, a 9 year old New Zealand kid has been named after the great Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar. This indeed confirms Sachin's stature as one of the most respected and admired sports persons only in India but across the globe. And one must recollect that Sachin Tendulkar himself was named after the legendary music composer Sachin Dev Burman. And the name "Sachin" has crossed land, religion and countries. I happened to know about this today while watching the third ODI between India and New Zealand. Sachin Austin was asked who was he named after with Sachin Tendulkar standing near him and the kid said it was the greatest moment in his life. And it was on a day when Sachin had scored his first century in the country. I'm not sure how many of them are named after the Little master but the count will certainly be increasing.
Saturday, March 7, 2009
Carlos Tevez gave a stunning performance and guided Manchester United into the semifinals of the FA Cup. Fulham showed promise but United's defence held firm against them. This win keeps Manchester United in the hunt for the unprecedented quintuple. Rock on Red Devils....
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Friday, March 6, 2009
Formula 1 team Honda has found a buyer for its team and its was none other than the team principle Ross Brawn. The new team will now be known as Brawn GP team and will retain Honda's two drivers, Britain's Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello of Brazil. The team, based in Brackley, UK, employs about 700 support staff.
Japan's second-biggest carmaker, which announced in December that it was pulling out of the sport to save money, said yesterday it had agreed to sell the team to Ross Brawn, its former manager. And the bulk of the money to fund the first season will come from Honda.Mr Brawn, who was born in Manchester, helped Michael Schumacher to win five straight Formula One titles at Ferrari before joining Honda in 2007.
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Ben Foster lived a dream day at the Wembley as Manchester United overcame a spirited Spurs in the finals of the Carling cup and kept alive their chances of a quintuple. Teams were locked 0-0 after 120 minutes and penalties were needed to separate the teams and United edged it 4-1, thanks to Foster.
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Foster save v Lennon ,
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Fergie lifting cup
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Foster penalty save
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