Sunday, May 31, 2009
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he threat made by a number of Formula One teams to quit the sport appears to have receded after all existing entrants made the deadline to submit entries for the 2010 world championship.
All nine members of the Formula One Teams' Association (FOTA) submitted a block entry on Friday, albeit under conditions dictated as a compromise is sought with the FIA over the insistence of the latter's president, Max Mosley, on a £40 million budget cap from next year.
Williams broke ranks and entered the championship earlier in the week - a move which brought about their temporary suspension from FOTA.
A statement read: "FOTA confirms all its members' long-term commitment to be involved in the FIA Formula One World Championship and has unanimously agreed further and significant actions to substantially reduce the costs of competing in the championship in the next three years, creating a mechanism that will preserve the technological competition and the sporting challenge and, at the same time, facilitate the entry in the F1 Championship for new teams.
"These measures are in line with what has already been decided in 2009 within FOTA, achieving important saving on engines and gearboxes."
"The FOTA teams have entered the 2010 championship on the basis that:
"1) The Concorde Agreement (the commercial protocol existing between teams, the FIA and the sport's commercial rights controller Bernie Ecclestone) is signed by all parties before 12th June 2009, after which all FOTA teams will commit to competing in Formula One until 2012.
"The renewal of the Concorde Agreement will provide security for the future of the sport by binding all parties in a formal relationship that will ensure stability via sound governance.
"2) The basis of the 2010 regulations will be the current 2009 regulations, amended in accordance with proposals that FOTA has submitted to the FIA."
The statement added: "All FOTA teams' entries for the 2010 FIA Formula One world championship have been submitted today on the understanding that (a) all FOTA teams will be permitted to compete during the 2010 Formula One season on an identical regulatory basis and (b) that they may only be accepted as a whole.
"All FOTA teams now look forward with optimism to collaborating proactively and productively with the FIA, with a view to establishing a solid foundation on which the future of a healthy and successful Formula One can be built, providing lasting stability and sound governance."
Now it appears that all the teams including Ferrari are set to participate in the 2010 edition and well beyond 2012. This news comes as a relief for the the F1 fans all around the world.
Saturday, May 23, 2009
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Nemanja Vidic was named Player of the Year by United fans and his team-mates at the Reds' end-of-season awards night at Old Trafford on Sunday. Just 24 hours after Sir Alex and his men were crowned Barclays Premier League champions for a third successive year, the Reds were clearly still in partying mood. The squad turned out in style for a star-studded event in Old Trafford's Manchester Suite. Vidic collected the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year accolade, voted for by fans on ManUtd.com, and the Players' Player trophy to a well-deserved standing ovation.
Cristiano Ronaldo, who cleaned up with all three main awards at last year's event, claimed the Goal of the Season gong for his stunning strike against FC Porto in the Champions League quarter-final second leg.
Federico Macheda, who scpred two vitals goals against Aston Villa and Sunderland, was named Jimmy Murphy Academy Player of the Year.
Player of the Year Awards 2008/09
Nemanja Vidic - Players' Player of the Year, Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year 2008/09
Cristiano Ronaldo - Goal of the Season (FC Porto 0-1 United, 15 April 2009)
James Chester - Denzil Haroun Reserve Player of the Year 2008/09
Kiko Macheda - Jimmy Murphy Academy Player of the Year 2008/09
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Sunday, May 17, 2009
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Friday, May 15, 2009
The Old Trafford boss has when pressed played a straight bat on the future of the Argentina international but came out fighting in the face of more fans' cries to "sign him up" in the aftermatch of Tevez's equaliser at the JJB Stadium which set the Premier League leaders on their way to a stirring 2-1 comeback win against Wigan.
The sticking point is the £22m that would be needed to turn Tevez's existing two-year loan into a permanent agreement – a fee Old Trafford officials are reluctant to match.
The impasse comes amid claims and counter-claims from both sides of the fence and at a time when United need just one more point to secure a third successive and record-equalling 18th domestic title.
Tevez's representative, Kia Joorabchian, has fanned the flames by insisting his client has not received a formal offer and that he is he now willing to talk to a growing list of potential suitors, including fierecest rivals Liverpool, neighbours Manchester City and Real Madrid.
Ferguson fought tooth and nail to deny former defender Gabriel Heinze a transfer down the East Lancs Road in 2007, but even his powers of persuasion could be tested this time around because Tevez is not contracted to a club but by companies that own his economic rights.
Ferguson has described as "far-fetched" reports that United want the 25-year-old to break his contract with Joorabchian, although his assertion on Wednesday that the fans "love a trier" was hardly gushing praise.
"There was a meeting with (chief executive) David Gill on Wednesday, that is a clear fact," he added.
"They discussed the avenue under which Carlos could stay with Manchester United. End of story.
"I realise you (the media) speak to his agent but I do not wish to discuss the matter any further."
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Wigan 1 - 2 Manchester United
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Sunday, May 10, 2009
Manchester United 2 - 0 Manchester City
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Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Chelsea 3-1 Fulham
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3-1 - Drogba - Watch
Manchester United extended their lead to nine over points Liverpool with a win over the struggling Middlesbrough at the River Side. Mr. Manchester United, Ryan Giggs opened the scoring and Park got another in the second half which virtually sealed the fate of the home team. United rested Ronaldo for the clash against Arsenal and wonderboy 'Kiko' Macheda made his first League start before he was replaced by Carlos Tevez. It was a comfortable evening for the Champions who have now put one hand on the title with this win.
Middlesbrough 0-1 Manchester United
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