Sunday, April 25, 2010

Rooney win PFA Footbal Of The Year

Wayne Rooney named PFA football of the year while James Milner

named young player of the year. This award held by Professional

Footballers' Association. Rooney's selection ahead of fellow nominees

Cesc Fabregas, Carlos Tevez and Didier Drogba means Manchester

United have supplied the winner of the prestigious award for a

fourth successive year. Rooney was also nominated for the PFA

Young Player of the Year, but that award went to Milner.

Premier League team of the year: Hart, Ivanovic, Vermaelen, Dunne, Evra,

Fabregas, Milner, Fletcher, Valencia, Rooney, Drogba.

Rooney and Milner

more at Permier League website.

Chelsea and Manchester United Still Fighthing.

Weekend game make Chelsea and Man Utd fan thump their heart.

Man Utd win against Spurs while Chelsea demolished Stoke City

7-0 at The Bridge. Meanwhile Liverpool beat Burnley 4-0 and make

Burnley relegated next season. Very poor ending for Burnley. Man City,

Spurs, Aston villa and Liverpool still fighting for last place to Champion

League. It make EPL this season very entertaining and bit better from

last season. While Porstmouth and Burnley relegated from EPL next

season. Meanwhile Hull City, west Ham, Wigan and Wolves also hope

the winner after this because one mistake they will be relegated.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Manchester United Beat Spurs To Go Top

Combination of quality and lucky make Man Utd win against Spurs.

Nani and Nani, that i can tell. Superb performance from Nani n two

penalty goal from Ryan Giggs make United beat Spurs 3-1. Nani

really change the game today. fantastic......................................Very

quality game from both side. Home side play without Rooney n Rio

Ferdinand but Owen Hargreaves n Wes brown make the bench today.

Man Utd should thank Assou-Ekotto and Palacios because they give

Man Utd penalty. That what can i say. Credit also to defender Vidic,

Evans,Rafael n Evra also O shea because they play very well today.

Superb from Luis Nani

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Man Utd World Most Valuable Club

Manchester United are named the world's most valuable

sports club, according to a report by Forbes. Estimated

value for United is about 1.2 bilion pound. Very valueable

than others EPL rival like Chelsea, Arsenal n Liverpool.

Man Utd ahead of the NFL's top team the Dallas Cowboys

(£1.072 billion), and baseballs number one club the New

York Yankees (£1.040 billion).This is the list of top 20

most valueable football club by forbes.

Rank ---- Team ---- Country ---- Value

1 ---- Manchester United ---- England---- £1,192m

2 ---- Real Madrid ---- Spain ---- £859m

3 ---- Arsenal ---- England ---- £767m

4 ---- Barcelona ---- Spain ---- £650m

5 ---- Bayern Munich ---- Germany ---- £643m

6 ---- Liverpool ---- England ---- £534m

7 ---- AC Milan ---- Italy ---- £520m

8 ---- Juventus ---- Italy ---- £426m

9 ---- Chelsea ---- England ---- £420m

10 ---- Internazionale ---- Italy ---- £268m

11 ---- Schalke ---- Germany ---- £249m

12 ---- Spurs---- England ---- £242m

13 ---- Lyon ---- France ---- £216m

14 ---- Hamburg ---- Germany ---- £214m

15 ---- Roma ---- Italy ---- £200m

16 ---- Werder Bremen ---- Germany ---- £178m

17 ---- Marseille ---- France ---- £170m

18 ---- Borussia Dortmund ---- Germany ---- £170m

19 ---- Manchester City---- England ---- £168m

20 ---- Neacastle United---- England ---- £129m


Friday, April 9, 2010

Manchester United sign Mexico striker Javier Hernandez

Man Utd have agreed to sign Mexico striker Javier Hernandez from Chivas de

Guadalajara following their exit from the Champions League says Eurosport.

The deal for the 21-year-old, for an undisclosed amount, is subject to a successful

application for a work permit. Its very surprise transfer from Red Devil. This deal

making after defeat to Bayern Munich in champion League clash. The player,

known in Mexico as 'Chicharito', has agreed personal terms and passed a medical.

Hope this signing can make big impact next season.

Chicharito in action

Chicharito sign with Man Utd