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  1. Re: Gold Championship 10 Match Report Thread Manchester City Matchday 3 Spurs vs Man City vs Match Commentry: On the 19th minute Blumer Elano had to go after a 2 footed tackle. On the 46th minute Stephen Ireland beats two defenders and calmly shoots the ball at the back of the net. 14 mins later Nery Castillo headers in a cross from Edgar Castillo. MOM: Nery Castillo Final score: Spurs 0-2 Man City What the Manager Has to say: Berisha has 1 award to give: This award is given to Stephen Ireland for scoring 1 goal in every game he has played. D1 Table (top 4): 1. Manchester City 9 points 2. Newcastle 7 points 3. Arsenal 7 points 4. Liverpool 6 points 5. Chelsea 6 points 6. Middlesbrough 6 points 7. Everton 6 points 8. Blackburn 6 points 9. Reading 4 points 10. West Ham 4 points 11. Fulham 4 points 12. Manchester United 4 points 13. Bolton 4 points 14. Portsmouth 3 points 15. Villa 3 points 16. Tottenham 3 points 17. Birmingham 3 points 18. Sunderland 1 point 19. Wigan 0 points 20. Derby 0 points
  2. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! yep it is BURUNDI ur go Shels
  3. Re: World Championship 2 MKII Dinamo Moskva vs Panathiakos vs Match Report: On the 6th minute Marco Ruben volleys the ball in to the back of the net. Which puts Moskva ahead. Moments later Juan Caffa recieves a yellow card for diving. On the 52nd minute Moskva get their second goal through Danny Miguel who chipped the goalie. 25 mins later Panathiakos get their first goal through Christian Giminez. One minute before stopage time Ivaca Dragutinovic get a red card for a 2 footed tackle. This moves Moskva up to 7th and only 9 poitns behind leaders Panathiakos.
  4. Re: Official Red Devils thread 04/01/2008 12:44, Report by Gemma Thompson & Ben Hibbs Reds reject bid for Wes Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed the Reds have turned down an offer from Newcastle United for defender Wes Brown. The 28-year-old, whose current contract runs until the summer, is free to speak to other clubs having stalled on signing a new deal with the Reds. Contract negotiations have been ongoing between Brown and United for most of the season. The Reds made a final offer just before Christmas but the England international is yet to put pen to paper. Sir Alex now insists the matter is completely in Brown's hands. "There was an enquiry from Newcastle about Wes and we turned it down," the United boss confirmed on Friday. "The matter rests with Wes and his agent. We'll just wait and see what happens. Our offer is still there - it's now up to Wes." 04/01/2008 11:37, Report by Ben Hibbs & Gemma Thompson Duo set for Cup return Wayne Roooney and Edwin van der Sar are both likely to be back in action on Saturday for United's FA Cup third round trip to Aston Villa, but Carlos Tevez remains a doubt. Rooney has missed United's last two matches with a virus, while van der Sar has not featured since the 1-0 win over Liverpool on 16 December because of a groin problem. Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed the Dutch keeper will start in goal at his pre-match press conference and is hopeful Rooney will also play some part in the game. Tevez, meanwhile, injured his ankle in the Reds' 1-0 win over Birmingham on New Year's Day and is still struggling with the knock. "We'll give him every chance because he's been in such good form, but he remains a doubt," revealed Sir Alex. The return of Rooney and van der Sar is a big boost for the Reds, and there was more good news on the injury front as United skipper Gary Neville finally appears to be close to a first-team return. "Gary is doing great," added Sir Alex. "He will play in the Reserves against Everton on Wednesday. I was thinking about taking him down with the rest of the squad to Villa Park, but I think he is best off doing his training and taking part in the Reserves next week." 04/01/2008 14:43, Report by Ben Hibbs Reds laugh off Ronny rumours Sir Alex Ferguson has labelled the latest bout of claims that Real Madrid are set to snatch Cristiano Ronaldo from Old Trafford as "nonsense". The 22-year-old winger has once again proved he is among the world's elite players with some scintillating performances and 19 goals this term. Speculation in Spain's press has suggested the La Liga giants are ready to move for Ronaldo, a rumour Sir Alex has become accustomed to. "I anticipated this," Sir Alex said somewhat wearily. "In the New Year you almost expect it. "The thing about this story is that it has been claimed that David Gill has been speaking to Real Madrid. That is a complete lie. We have never spoken to them. The story depends on agents and their imaginations. "At best it's mischievous, but I just dismiss it because it's nonsense. But who wouldn’t be interested in Ronaldo? That’s why we bought him." Sir Alex again all but ruled out any moves in the January transfer market. Other than potential loan deals for some of the Reds' younger players, it should be a quiet month on the transfer front. "It's unlikely we will be making any moves," he added. 04/01/2008 10:23, Report by Ben Hibbs Evans joins Black Cats Sunderland have signed United defender Jonny Evans on loan until the end of the season. The centre-back, who turned 20 this week, enjoyed a successful spell on loan at the Stadium of Light last season as Roy Keane's men earned promotion to the Premier League. Sunderland attempted to re-sign Evans again at the start of the 2007/08 campaign, but Sir Alex Ferguson wanted to keep the Northern Ireland international as defensive cover. Evans has made three appearances for the Reds this season - once in the Carling Cup and twice in the Champions League. He is yet to make a Premier League appearance for United and his first top-flight experience will now come for the Mackems. The Sunderland official website reports that Evans will go straight into Keane's squad for Saturday's FA Cup third round clash with Wigan Athletic at the Stadium of Light. Evans becomes the third United youngster this week to go out on loan. Kieran Lee has joined QPR and Michael Barnes has signed for Chesterfield. Both loan deals are until the end of the season. 04/01/2008 09:23, Report by Nick Coppack Reds' recovery on track United have received further good news on the injury front, as Mikael Silvestre and Ben Foster continue to make steady progress with their recoveries from long-term knocks. The revelation comes just 24 hours after Gary Neville declared he now felt fit enough to play in a first-team match and Paul Scholes confirmed he was on track to return in late January or early February. Sir Alex has been without French defender Silvestre since he damaged his knee against Everton in August, while goalkeeper Foster has been sidelined since May 2007, also with a knee problem, and is still to make his Reds debut. But the manager told Manchester United Radio the duo are yet to suffer any setbacks in their recoveries. “Mikael’s actually doing some of his recovery in France,” the Reds boss said. “That’s not a problem as far as we’re concerned because he’s such a dedicated professional and he’ll get the work done. “Ben’s also coming along fine and he’s doing some goalkeeping work now. But we have to be careful with him. The specialist’s assessment is that because it was a graft into the knee – he’d injured his cruciate before – we have to stick rigidly to the plan of almost a year out of action.” 03/01/2008 12:28, Report by Nick Coppack Match Pack: Aston Villa United meet Aston Villa in the FA Cup Third Round for the fourth time in seven seasons on Saturday. Last season, the Reds won with an injury-time winner from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Will there be more late drama this time? Form guide: Whle the Reds picked up nine points from a possible 12 over Christmas, Sir Alex's side never really hit top gear. There's something about Villa Park, however, that seems to bring out the best in United. Villa also did well over the festive period, winning a point at Stamford Bridge and beating Wigan and Spurs. Ins and outs: John Carew aside, Martin O'Neill should have a full squad to choose from, while United's only major doubt comes in the form of Carlos Tevez (ankle). The Reds should welcome back Edwin van der Sar (groin) and Wayne Rooney (virus). Star men: Brummy boy Gabriel Agbonlahor will undoubtedly be Villa's main threat. As for the Reds, don't bet against Ryan Giggs conjuring another vintage Villa Park memory in the FA Cup. What are the odds? 12/1: United to win 3-0. Find more at www.manutd.com/bet. Rivals watch: Chelsea v QPR (Sat), Burnley v Arsenal (Sun), Luton v Liverpool (Sun). 04/01/2008 08:00, Report by Adam Bostock Rooney eyes happy return Wayne Rooney will be aiming for a repeat performance on Saturday if he's fit to return at Villa Park, the ground where he scored twice in October. The United forward has netted 10 goals since changing his shirt number to 10 and he regards his second in the 4-1 win against Aston Villa as one of his best to date. Rooney told Inside United (The 10s issue): "My goal against Arsenal was probably my favourite so far, but other than that I'd say it was my second goal against Aston Villa at Villa Park. "It was a good move, a nice ball from Tevez and I managed to slot it home. I always remember my goals. As soon as someone mentions a game in which you scored, you can see the goal immediately in your mind." Mention the FA Cup to Wayne and he could be seeing five strikes from last year, including another double at Villa Park - in the semi-final against Watford. This term could yield more goals for Rooney, in all competitions, following his change of role. “I’ve played further up front rather than in behind a main striker,” Wayne explains. “I’d probably say I’ve enjoyed that role more as I seem to get more chances. Hopefully that means I’ll end up with more goals.” Read the full exclusive interview with Wayne in Inside United, out now.
  5. Re: Official Red Devils thread Manchester United have slapped a £75m valuation on Cristiano Ronaldo in a bid to ward off the unwanted attentions of Spanish giants Real Madrid. (Daily Express) United, meanwhile, could hijack Tottenham's £8m move for Rangers full-back Alan Hutton. Newcastle, along with leading clubs on the continent, are also showing interest. (Times) Hot property Dimitar Berbatov will cost at least a British transfer record £35m if any of his suitors - Manchester United or Chelsea - are to prise the forward away from Spurs. (Various) Birmingham are keen to secure the services of occasional Man United midfielder Darren Fletcher and Spurs defender Anthony Gardner. The pair could cost £5m. (Express) Sir Alex Ferguson is reportedly monitoring the situation of Javier Mascherano at Liverpool. (Independent) Italian giants Juventus are also tracking the Argentine international, who Liverpool have still not secured on a permanent deal. (Mirror) Gary Neville could make his long-awaited return from injury when Manchester United meet Villa in the FA Cup on Saturday. (Various) Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor has warned his team-mates that they should not rile Manchester United when they meet them in the FA Cup this weekend by scoring a goal too early. (various)
  6. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! 3 stars and has green and red in it should be very easy
  7. Re: Guess the Countries Flag Thread! scotland???
  8. Re: SM Predict - Season 3 - Week 19 Espanyol 1-3 Villareal Tottenham 2-1 Reading West Ham 0-2 Man City Hearts 1-0 Kilmarnock Derby 1-1 Sheff Weds. Recreativo 2-2 Almeria Paok 2-1 Larissa Hercules 1-2 Sevilla Atletico
  9. Re: Funny SM Private Messages Me (MAN UTD) Can i buy drogba for 20 mil plus Saha Him (CHELSEA) No i would accept 50 mil plus ronaldo + rooney Then i just couldn't be bothered talking any more
  10. Re: Official Red Devils thread Here's some more transfer rumours AC Milan are confident they will capture Barcelona's Brazil superstar Ronaldinho in the summer, despite interest from Chelsea. (Mirror) Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is lining up a move for Espanyol's 20-year-old keeper Kiko Casilla. And German stopper Jens Lehmann is set to leave the Gunners to join Borussia Dortmund. (various) Macedonia striker Goran Pandev, who plays for Lazio, has said he is interested in playing for Tottenham, Liverpool or Everton. (The Sun) Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez is considering making a move for Chelsea left-back Wayne Bridge. (Star) Birmingham manager Alex McLeish has his eye on Manchester City's out-of-favour Greece international striker Georgios Samaras. (Mirror) Leicester manager Ian Holloway is involved in a tug-of-war with Plymouth over a loan deal for Manchester United winger Lee Martin. (Mirror) Aston Villa's Bulgaria star Stylian Petrov is sure his compatriot Dimitar Berbatov will get his wish to leave Tottenham for a bigger club. (various) Everton manager David Moyes may move for Bayern Munich defender Daniel Buyten on a loan deal. (Telegraph) Sunderland are interested in Reading striker Leroy Lita. (The Sun) Bolton are monitoring Barcelona striker Santiago Ezquerro, who is unsettles at the Nou Camp. (Telegraph) Tottenham have told Jermain Defoe to sign a new contract with the club or leave this month. (Telegraph) West Ham defender Matthew Upson is using torn-up phone book pages to solve his persistent injury problems. The centre-back was advised to stuff them into his boots - and he is so impressed he is stuffing them in his regular shoes, trainers and even his flip-flops as well. (The Sun) :eek: :p
  11. Re: Official Red Devils thread 01/01/2008 17:20, Report by Ben Hibbs Tevez FA cup doubt Carlos Tevez is a doubt for Saturday’s FA Cup third round clash with Aston Villa after suffering an ankle injury against Birmingham City, but Wayne Rooney is expected to recover from a virus in time for the trip to the West Midlands. Tevez got the goal that handed United victory over Villa’s city neighbours at Old Trafford on New Year’s Day, but a heavy challenge on his ankle means he is now a major doubt for the game. “Carlos got a bad tackle on his ankle in the first half and the longer he played the worse it got,” Sir Alex told MUTV. “We had to bring him off and we will assess him on Wednesday morning to see what damage there is. Obviously, he is doubtful for Saturday now.” Tevez was carried off at the end of the game after being replaced by Louis Saha. Although the injury isn’t thought to be serious, he will have it checked by United’s medical staff. But as the Reds embark on the business end of the season, Sir Alex will be keen to have the Argentina international back in action quickly. His strike against Birmingham, after a sublime one-two with Cristiano Ronaldo, was his 10th goal of the season.
  12. Re: Official Red Devils thread Berba: I'm off Dimitar Berbatov has sensationally told Spurs he would like to join a ‘big’ club — putting Manchester United on red alert. In a bombshell interview with SunSport, the Bulgarian superstar’s agent Emil Dantchev last night revealed: “I have already spoken to the Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, and told him that if a club that corresponds to Dimitar’s class and ambition comes in with an offer that suits his current club in January, he would like to be allowed to go. Dimitar is OK at Tottenham. I would not say he is happy. But his performances for the club are a testament to his commitment to the fans and his team-mates. He has never stopped trying and scoring goals to help the team. Fans must understand Dimitar is 27 next month and time is running out for him to play for a club that can match his ambition.” Antony Kastrinakis, The Sun In other news, Sir Alex Ferguson has told United to win the Champions League as a reward for Cristiano Ronaldo. "Six players in today’s squad have won a Champions League medal — Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Wes Brown, Owen Hargreaves and Edwin van der Sar, as well as Paul Scholes who was suspended for the 1999 final," said the boss. "I know the others are keen to join them. We are rating Cristiano Ronaldo the best player in the world. But he needs the medals to prove it." Sir Alex hopes Wayne Rooney and Michael Carrick will have recovered from illness when United look to bounce back from defeat at West Ham by beating Birmingham at Old Trafford on New Year's Day.
  13. Re: Official Red Devils thread Real's £45m Ronaldo bid Real Madrid aim to once again test Manchester United's resolve to keep Cristiano Ronaldo after it emerged they were prepared to pay £45million for the winger. The Spanish club's president Ramon Calderon revealed his desire to land Ronaldo after failing to do so once before when the 22-year-old snubbed him to sign a new five-year deal at Old Trafford. United are certain to turn down any offer, but Real see Ronaldo as the player to return them to Champions League glory. Calderon said: "Who wouldn't want to have in his team a player of Cristiano Ronaldo's amazing talent? He is one of the best in the world." They have been encouraged by the Portugal star's recent admission that he wants to play in Spain while still at his peak. David McDonnell, Daily Mirror Meanwhile, Chelsea will make a £26million swoop for Dimitar Berbatov this month, according to The Sun. The Blues reckon the Tottenham hitman can revive their title challenge. United were also interested but accept they will be outbid by Roman Abramovich. Blues' boss Avram Grant has warned Arsenal and United they will both face a New Year wobble - and vowed Chelsea are ready to take advantage. The Mirror features quotes from Wayne Rooney from his exclusive interview with Inside United magazine. The striker says he believes United have the confidence and self-belief to hold on to the Premier League title - despite their slip-up at West Ham. Elsewhere, Roy Keane will try to sign United defender Jonny Evans this month
  14. Re: Official Red Devils thread Tevez explains celebration Carlos Tevez last night revealed the secret of his bizarre dummy celebration. Tevez, 23, pledged to put a dummy in his mouth if he scored against Birmingham on New Year's Day to show he was missing his wife and young daughter Florencia, who jetted back to Argentina the day before. The Manchester United striker admitted: "I had my celebration prepared because my family flew home to Buenos Aires on New Year's Eve and I promised them something special if I scored. I took a dummy from my daughter to show her and my wife that I am missing them. "I miss them a lot at this time of year because normally I'd have a break and be on a beach somewhere! John Cross, Daily Mirror Elsewhere, Cristiano Ronaldo is quoted in The Sun as saying he owes Sir Alex "everything" for helping him become one of the best players in the world. "He knows my potential and always tries to get the best out of me. He puts great faith in me and it's extremely flattering." The Daily Express claim defender Phil Bardsley, currently on loan at Sheffield United, will soon sign a permanent deal with The Blades, while the same paper say Tottenham Hotspur have valued Dimitar Berbatov at £35million.
  15. Re: Official Red Devils thread From the BBC website Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon is lining up a £45m bid for Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo. (Telegraph) Ronaldo has made up his mind up to join Real and his agent has agreed a deal in principle with the club. (Express) Chelsea have agreed an £8.5m deal with Lokomotiv Moscow for Serbia international defender Branislav Ivanovic. (various) Yet Chelsea are not finished there - they are also set to make a double swoop for Sevilla defender Daniel Alves and Valencia striker David Villa, at a cost of £45m. (Mirror) Arsenal midfielder Alexander Hleb is wanted by Barcelona, who claim he is their top transfer target. Barcelona are also tracking Cesc Fabregas, Man Utd's Cristiano Ronaldo and Liverpool's Xabi Alonso. (Mirror) Manchester United face competition from Barcelona for the signature of Bayern Munich left-back Philip Lahm. (Mirror) Manchester United and Aston Villa have been told by Porto that right-back Jose Bosingwa would cost £20m. (The Times)
  16. Re: Leigh's Comprehensive English Player Ratings - Part 1 SM only have a small amout of crew for watching games and their are around 60 games on saturday's and sundays
  17. Re: Leigh's Comprehensive English Player Ratings - Part 1 http://forum.soccermanager.com/showthread.php?t=18055 its already done
  18. Re: Leigh's Comprehensive English Player Ratings - Part 1 Gary Neville should only go down to 92 What do u guys think will happen to Paul Scholes and Louis Saha and Carlos Tevez
  19. Re: Leigh's Comprehensive English Player Ratings - Part 1
  20. Re: Leigh's Comprehensive English Player Ratings - Part 1 Almunia possibly 89/90
  21. Re: Leigh's Comprehensive English Player Ratings - Part 1 Don't Henry play for Barca or do u Mean Hleb
  22. Re: Gold Championship 10 Match Report Thread Matchday 2 Sunderland 1 - 4 Man City vs Stadium Of Light Attendance - 48,637 Referee Francis Connell Match Report: First Half: On the 6th minute Nery Castillo drives a 20 yarder past the keeper in the bottom hand corner. This gave Man City the lead early on. Only 5 minutes later Man City grabbed their second with a defensive error by the Sunderland defence lets Tranquillo Barnetta grab his debut goal. Second Half: On the 56th minute a clever pass by Blumer Elano splits up the defence in half and leaves a very big gap for Stephen Ireland, he rifles a right footer which hits of the woodwork and past Craig Gordon. 8 minutes later Man City grabbed their 4th goal of the game when Adrian Aldrete smashes the ball with pure venom into the corner of the net. 10 minutes later Sunderland finally got a goal past Man City goalie Andreas Isaksson when Nyron Nosworthy heads in a corner from Carlos Edwards. MOM= Tranquillo Barnetta Berisha speaks out: Other league results: Liverpool 1-2 West Ham Fantastic win for West Ham with Eddie Johnson and Luciano Figueroa. Chelsea 4-2 Porstmouth Florent Malouda gited Chelsea with his hatrick which sealed off the win. Sunderland 1-4 Man City Man City dominated the game with 60% possession Middlesbrough 2-0 Derby Downing scored 2 goals which led Middlesbrough to a well deserved win. Fulham 1-1 Bolton Fulham dominated the game but just couldn't score past Bolton's Jaaskelainen. Everton 4-0 Birmingham Yakubu scored twice as Everton won while Birmingham are yet to score a goal in the Prem. Wigan 1-3 Blackburn A subsitute goal from Paolo Guerrero finished the game off. Arsenal 2-1 Aston Villa 2 late goals from Robin Van Persie won the game for Arsenal. Newcastle 2-1 Reading Michael Owen gave Newcastle their second win by scoring 2 goals. Tottenham 2-3 Man Utd 2 second half goals from Louis Saha gave United their first win. Prem Table(top 4) 1. Man City 6 points 2. Middlesbrough 6 points 3. Newcastle 6 points 4. Arsenal 6 points Player Tables: Top 2 Goalscorers: 1. Michael Owen 4 goals in 2 games 2. Florent Malouda 3 goals in 1 game Top 2 Player Assists: 1. Gareth Barry 2 assists in 2 games 2. Eddie Johnson 2 assists in 2 games Top 2 Player MOM's: 1. Brian McBride 2 MOM's in 2 games 2 Michael Owen 2 MOM's in 2 games
  23. Re: World Championship 2 MKII Dinamo Moskva appoint Berisha as New Manager Berisha told SM news that his pleased with the team and we do not need any more players. Tonight we will play Matt Crowley's Liverpool side, who have a pretty hard squad.
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  25. Re: Gold Championship 6 Berisha and Villerreal is it a good combination 3 Days ago Villerreal appointed Berisha as their new manager. Interview from Sky sport News. What are u looking to improve on with the team? A unkown fans opinion:
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