Thursday, December 31, 2009

Ferguson sees two-way title battle

Sir Alex Ferguson has identified Chelsea as the real danger to the chances of Manchester United recording a fourth straight Premier League title.


United currently sit two points behind their West London rivals after an impressive win over Wigan.


This season has seen the Premier League become more competitive then ever; United have suffered five defeats, Chelsea have gone seven games without a win and the other two traditional big four teams Arsenal and Liverpool have had up-and-down seasons to date.


Sir Alex has said that even before the season, he identified Chelsea as their prime candidates to threaten United's recent dominance at the top of the Premier League and what he has seen to date has done nothing to change his mind.


"Nobody has had a consistent run really and although it is not looking like it at the moment, history tells you that two teams break away at the end," said Ferguson.


"Chelsea are the big danger because they too have great experience."


United have given their Dutch goalkeeper a period of indefinite compassionate leave as his wife suffered a brain haemorrhage just before Christmas.


The absence of the experienced man sees Tomasz Kuszczak and Ben Foster left to battle to keep net in United's upcoming games that could shape their Premier League title aspirations.

Sunday, December 27, 2009

EPL 2009-10: Hull City - Manutd goals

Hull City 1-3 Manchester United

0-1 - Rooney

1 – 1 - Fagan

1 – 2 - Dawson (o.g)

1 – 3 - Berbatov

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Vidic concentrating on United's title bid

Manchester United's Serbian defender Nemanja Vidic is concentrating on helping his side win the title rather than next summer's World Cup.


The towering centre half is expected to line up for his country in their games at the World Cup, where they will play in a group with Germany, Ghana and Australia, having missed the 2006 tournament due to injury.


Vidic is not planning on looking that far ahead and wants to concentrate all his hard work on helping Manchester United win another English Premier League title.


A disappointing 1-0 defeat at home to Aston Villa at the weekend meant they missed an opportunity to draw level with Premier League leaders Chelsea after they drew 3-3 with Everton earlier in the day.


That means United still sit three points behind their West London rivals and will be looking to get their title ambitions back on track against Wolves on Tuesday night.


"There is still so much time to the World Cup so for now I am concentrating on the big matches I have with Manchester United," said Vidic.


United veterans Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes are being offered new contracts at Old Trafford and the defender added that he thought the duo were playing well and remain a key part of the side.


Sir Alex Ferguson said his side were unlucky in the Villa game but remains confident United can still mount a serious title challenge as other teams at the top will all drop points before the end of the season.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

EPL 2009-10: Liverpool - Arsenal goals

Liverpool take on Arsenal in what is an extremely important fixture in the calendar. It's not only that these two are the two teams from the big four but a lot is at stake for the both the teams. Arsenal, with no recognized striker would be looking to get maximum points from the match but Liverpool are the team who can cash in since their competitors for the top four spot like City and Spurs have dropped points. And with their team back in full fitness, they would not be satisfied with anything less than a win.

For Live scores - Livescore

Liverpool 1-2 Arsenal

1-0 - Kuyt

1-1 - Johnson(o.g)

1-2 - Arshavin

Gerrard - Penalty appeal


Saturday, December 12, 2009

La Liga : Valencia - Real Madrid goals

Real Madrid negotiated a tricky tie at the Mestalla with ease as they put three past Valencia to come out on top. The whites would be feeling much better with this win as its the first time they had beaten a good team this season.

Valencia 2-3 Real Madrid

0-1 - Higuain

1-1 - Villa

1-2 - Higuain

2-2 - Joaquin

2-3 - Garay

EPL 2009-10 : Manutd - Aston Villa goals

Manchester United take on Aston Villa at Old Trafford knowing that a win for them would put them level on points with Chelsea, who had earlier drawn their game against Everton.

Manchester United 0-1 Aston Villa
0-1 - Agbonlahor - Watch

(goals to be posted as they are scored)

EPL: Chelsea - Everton goals

Chelsea 3-3 Everton
0-1 - Cech (o.g) - Watch
1-1 - Drogba - Watch
2-1 - Anelka - Watch
2-2 - Yakubu - Watch
3-2 - Drogba - Watch
3-3 - Saha - Watch

Saturday, December 5, 2009

La Liga : Real Madrid - Almeria goals

Real Madrid taken on Almeria at the Bernebeu after a disappointing El Clasico at the Camp Nou. The whites would be looking to getting back on winning streak and hope that Cristiano Ronaldo gets into scoring form.

Real Madrid 4-2 Almeria

1-0 - Ramos

1-1 - Soriano

1-2 - Uche

2-2 - Higuain

3-2 - Benzema

4-2 - Ronaldo

Ronaldo - Red Card


Jimmy Bullard : Goal celebration against Manchester City

Jimmy Bullard celebrated his penalty in a very special way. It was in this fixture last year that Hull boss Phil Brown asked his players to remain in the ground during the half time after a horrible show. And Bullard brought that scene back this year with his celebration.

Check it out...

EPL: Man City - Chelsea goals

Manchester City face another test in the form of Chelsea as they try and prove themselves as a force in English football

Manchester City 2-1 Chelsea
0-1 - Adebayor (o.g) - Watch
1-1 - Adebayor - Watch
2-1 - Tevez - Watch

First half - Download
Second Half - Download

Full match - Mediafire (download)

Lampard Penalty Miss

0-1 - Adebayor (o.g)

1-1 - Adebayor

2-1 - Tevez


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EPL: West Ham - Manutd goals

Manchester United produced a masterly away performance at Upton Park and sent a clear signal to the rest of the teams. It was a good day for the defending champions as Rooney kept his scoring run going and so did Valencia. Academy player Gibson also got into the act by scoring a cracking second goal.

West Ham United 0-4 Manchester United

0-1 - Scholes - Link1 - Link2
0-2 - Gibson - Link1 - Link2
0-3 - Valencia - Link1 - Link2
0-4 - Rooney - Link1 - Link2

First Half - Highlights (Download)
Second Half - Highlights (Download)
credits: neil

Match Highlights - Watch
Full Match (MOTD h/ls) - Mediafire (download)

Watch it here
0-1 - Scholes

0-2 - Gibson

0-3 - Valencia

0-4 - Rooney


Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Rooney lavishes praise on team mates

Antonio Valencia and Ryan Giggs are playing pivotal roles in helping Manchester United win another Premier League title, according to Wayne Rooney.


The England striker spoke to MUTV after his side’s 4-1 win over Portsmouth on Saturday, a game in which Rooney grabbed himself a hat-trick, but it was the performance of 36-year-old Giggs which stole the headlines.


Rooney described his team mate as “amazing” and said it was a privilege to play with Giggs, who has played over 550 times for United and won 11 top division titles during his career.


"He plays more like a 26-year-old; he's up and down, he's everywhere. It's great for him to get his 100th Premier League goal. I didn't know (about the record) until after the game, but I'm delighted for him,” said Rooney.


The forward was also quick to praise the contribution which summer signing Valencia has made since arriving from Wigan.


He described the Ecuadorian international as a big, strong and quick player who is looking a real threat as United seek glory in both the Premier League and Champions League.


Manchester United are currently sat second in the Premier League, five points behind leaders Chelsea, and travel to East London for a game against West Ham next weekend.


Before that, they have a home Carling Cup quarter-final tie against Tottenham on Tuesday night.