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    United Back On Track


    Manchester United are back in business, hunting down the coveted Barclays Premiership Trophy after a lackluster of a season. United are to play Ajax in the next match in the SMFA Shield Group Stage after beating Sampdoria 2-1 and also beating Bolton and Sunderland of the same score. David Silva is on hot form after scoring in both games with pundits predicting United to be the losing team on both occasion. United proved that they are not a club to be taken lightly this season with a large amount of transfer activity in Old Trafford.
    With the likes of Kiko Macheda, Danny Welbeck, Zoran Tosic, Da Silva brothers, Ritchie De Laet, Dani Aquino, Tomasz Kuszczak and Turan Arda all leaving the Red Side of Manchester. With the cash rolling in manager Azrul Asyriqien has brought in much needed depth and firepower to the club in Christian Chivu and Emmanuel Adebayor, both from Internazionale. Darron Gibson is sent on loan to Swansea for another season with Swansea having the option to buy the Irish midfielder at the end of the season.
    When asked about whether there is anymore players coming in, Azrul Asyriqien said that there is another player they're waiting on for the bid to be accepted. It is said to be the replacement for former winger, Turan Arda. A need to replace Edwin Van der Sar is a must considering the age-ing Dutch custodian will be heading into retirement anytime. Depth to the wings are much needed as Azrul Asyriqien sees both Gabriel Obertan and Marco Reus not ready to be first-choice winger even though both did well in the previous season.
    Even with the win against Sunderland, Azrul Asyriqien was not even happy about it. Why? That's because two key players were injured in the match. Chiellini will be out for 11 days due to having bruised ribs and will miss out on the clash against Portsmouth this Saturday. The other casualty was Turan Arda. He has a gashed arm that made him out for 5 weeks. United always needing a very versatile and quick winger was distraught after hearing the news from the doctor. This is what Azrul Asyriqien had to comment about selling Turan Arda;
    Some fans weren't happy with the decision made by the Singaporean manager. But that doesn't stop the man from raiding Internazionale of 2 key players in Christian Chivu and Emmanuel Adebayor with United looking in to get another player from them. United are lock and ready for what lies ahead.
    Emmanuel Adebayor was a much needed signing as United were lacking in depth in the strikers' department after selling away their 3 back-up strikers. With Rooney, Aguero and Llorente, who was signed from Athletic Club in the January Transfer Windows, Adebayor will clearly add firepower to the already strong United side. With that, here is the squad list for Manchester United.



    1. Edwin Van der Sar
    2. Alvaro Arbeloa
    3. Patrice Evra
    4. Serdar Tasci
    5. Giorgio Chiellini
    6. Christian Chivu
    7. Sergio Aguero
    8. Axel Witsel
    9. Sulley Ali Muntari
    10. Wayne Rooney
    11. David Silva
    12. Gabriel Obertan
    13. Ignacio Camacho
    14. Davide Santon
    15. Nemanja Vidic
    16. Marco Reus
    17. Vincenzo Fiorillo
    18. Fernando Llorente
    19. Gianmarco Zigoni
    20. Per Mertesacker
    21. Tommy Oar
    22. Darren Gibson (on loan at Swansea City)
    23. Antonio Valencia
    24. Rodrigo Possebon
    25. Emmanuel Adebayor
    26. Sam Hewson
    27. Aiman Napoli
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    Bail's Division One Transfer's Of The Turn
    Wednesday, 16th June 2010



    Turn Two



    Here i will name just a handfull of the best transfer's from division one in turn two.

    Jose Bosingwa, Zenit to Everton, £11.6m




    Bosingwa who failed to gain a start at Chelsea last season has now arrived back in the Premier league with Everton, Fercasti payed just 11.6m for the Portugese defender, a bargain for such a world class player.

    John Obi Mikel, Bayern Munchen to Portsmouth, £4.3m + Tabanou & El Kaoutari




    Pompey came out successful in their bid for former Chelsea midfielder Mikel after close competition from Blackburn, Swansea and Sunderland. The Nigerian man will link up with Van Bommel in central midfield and should form quite a partnership.

    Emmanuel Adebayor, Internazionale to Manchetser United, £21m + Kuszczak




    Manchester United will be a force to reckon with this season as they increased the fire power upfront with Togo international Adebayor agreeing a move to Old Trafford after being sold from their rivals City at the start of last season.

    Alou Diarra, Bordeaux to Sunderland, £4.1m + Planus




    Sunderland continue their activity in the transfer market with Diarra named as the next arrival after the Frenchmen impressed at Bordeaux, Sunderland did have to let Planus go in order to secure the central midfielders signature tough, will he prove to be worth the price?

    Michael Carrick, Roma to Blackburn Rovers, £2.8m + Boumsong & Celozzi




    Blackburn further strengthen their midfielder with England national player Carrick completing his move ahead of signing for Swansea. Blackburn had a poor start to the season losing their first game but it will take a lot to get through both De Jong and Carrick in their games to come.
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    Tough Battle Devastates Arsenal's Early Title Hopes.
    Wow what a game it was at Old Trafford between two of the big fours. Good news to Manchester United fans, Manchester United won against the high and mighty Arsenal by a goal to nil. Well before we discuss about the match, let's see the starting line up and the match highlights :
    Manchester United (4-4-2): Van Der Sar; Evra,Arbeloa,Chiellini,Vidic; Arda,Valencia,Scholes,David Silva; Diouf,Aguero
    Arsenal (4-4-2): Lloris; Clichy,Sagna,Vermaelan,Gallas; Rosicky,Coquelin,Fabregas,Busquets; Van Persie,Arshavin.
    Pweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep. And the referee blows his whistle to signify the start of the match at Old Trafford with Manchester United against Arsenal. Manchester United keeps in possession and Scholes puts a through ball into the box, but Valencia fails to reach it. Arsenal loses possession and David Silva shoots from outside the box.. Ooofftt! It smashed against the crossbar! Beautiful chance there for one of the debutants. Clichy tries to cheer up the squad from being too complacent and work harder. Minutes later, Coquelin fails to control a brilliant ball. A wasted effort. A header from Fabregas, easily caught by Van der Sar. Yellow card for Van Persie after a stupid challenge on Scholes. 10 minutes later, Aguero with a solo run, blistering past defenders, only to shoot the ball over... Valencia claims the ball andd whizzes through the right flank with no interference. Minutes passes and nothing exciting comes about.
    HALF TIME
    2 minutes in the second half and.. GOAAAALLLL!!!! Turan Arda breaks the deadlock with a splendid volley! What a finish and what a goal. Manchester United 1, Arsenal 0. There is alot of excitement for the early part of the first half with Aguero getting a straight red for a tough tackle! He wasn't even going for the ball! Not much excitement so we'll skip
    See you next time at Goodison Park when Manchester United takes on Everton.
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    Tough Battle Devastates Arsenal's Early Title Hopes.
    Wow what a game it was at Old Trafford between two of the big fours. Good news to Manchester United fans, Manchester United won against the high and mighty Arsenal by a goal to nil. Well before we discuss about the match, let's see the starting line up and the match highlights :
    Manchester United (4-4-2): Van Der Sar; Evra,Arbeloa,Chiellini,Vidic; Arda,Valencia,Scholes,David Silva; Diouf,Aguero
    Arsenal (4-4-2): Lloris; Clichy,Sagna,Vermaelan,Gallas; Rosicky,Coquelin,Fabregas,Busquets; Van Persie,Arshavin.
    Pweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep. And the referee blows his whistle to signify the start of the match at Old Trafford with Manchester United against Arsenal. Manchester United keeps in possession and Scholes puts a through ball into the box, but Valencia fails to reach it. Arsenal loses possession and David Silva shoots from outside the box.. Ooofftt! It smashed against the crossbar! Beautiful chance there for one of the debutants. Clichy tries to cheer up the squad from being too complacent and work harder. Minutes later, Coquelin fails to control a brilliant ball. A wasted effort. A header from Fabregas, easily caught by Van der Sar. Yellow card for Van Persie after a stupid challenge on Scholes. 10 minutes later, Aguero with a solo run, blistering past defenders, only to shoot the ball over... Valencia claims the ball andd whizzes through the right flank with no interference. Minutes passes and nothing exciting comes about.
    HALF TIME
    2 minutes in the second half and.. GOAAAALLLL!!!! Turan Arda breaks the deadlock with a splendid volley! What a finish and what a goal. Manchester United 1, Arsenal 0. There is alot of excitement for the early part of the first half with Aguero getting a straight red for a tough tackle! He wasn't even going for the ball! Not much excitement so we'll skip
    See you next time at Goodison Park when Manchester United takes on Everton.
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    I think i'm going to join the Youth Cup (Manchester United) under the circumstances that I will recall my players from loan before every cup matches and return them back on loan after every match. If this can be agreed, I'd gladly join. Designated country. Italy?
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    I'm sorry that you can't be bothered to read the previous posts. Wait till I'm finished with the current set of sigs and ask again. Current sigs will be done earliest and latest by tomorrow.
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    Request List (Up Till 5):
    1. Swansea City with Michel Bastos - EC 5579 (swanseajack)
    2. Birmingham City with Joe Hart - EC 5579 (AdamEFC)
    3. Liverpool with Gonzalo Higuain - EC 5579 (Bail)
    4. Peterborough United with Shane Long/Chris Killen/Joe Lewis - EC5579 - The posh' in dark blue with a really good royal blue color back ground, with a badge (koplfc)
    Notice I bolded that part. I can't do 3 players in a signature of the restricted size. It'll make it look bad. So will you kindly choose 2 or 1 of them to be in your sig?
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    Division Four
    Season Preview
    Crewe Alexandra
    With a young and light squad serious investment is needed at Gresty Road if manager Digital Dreams can have hopes of a push to the top half of the table. With no sign of transfers in or out of the club, fans are expecting a relegation fight rather than a promotion push. With virtually no noise coming out of the club, survival will be the name of the game. Whilst time remains to shake things up, other clubs have moved far more swiftly and there are genuine concerns that already Crewe may be lagging too far behind – unless something happens this is the home game most will want as soon as possible.
    Bury
    With the experienced Lee Young at the helm, big things are rightly expected of Bury in this first season. With little in the way of transfer activity in the pre season, the existing squad are expected to provide the back bone of the first quarters results. With a mixture of youth and experience through the team, hopes are high that veteran Andy Morrell and 21 year old Jordan Robertson can form destructive partnership up front.
    Yeovil Town
    With Nicky Agnew taking over first team affairs at Huish Park, the expectations are high for a sustained promotion push this year. Using his long formed relationships in world football, Agnew has already secured the loan signings of Birmingham’s Sirigu, Hull’s Koman and Fulham’s Smalling. No slouch in the investment of youth players, the signings of the highly desired Muniesa from Barcelona and and CSKA’s Piliev could be crucial. With at least two further players due to leave the squad further investment is expected. Yeovil could be very influential in this division.
    Walsall
    The most significant signing for Walsall this year is easily the acquisition of Jonathan Crawford as manager. Unrivalled in the division in terms of SM experience this guy knows what it takes to build solid, promotion winning teams and this surely will see Walsall as one of the favourites for the divisional title. Although he has inherited a small squad, players have already been shown the door to make way for players like the exciting Christos Tanis – who we can expect to play a big part in their season. If others want promotion, expect Walsall to be a significant road block to success.
    Bradford City
    Already huge investment has been made in the squad, with no fewer than nine pre season signings. As is traditional in the lower leagues all of these players have been bought for their potential, but with a current squad of 30 players, it would be wise to assume that a number of players will not be part of Josep Guardiola’s plans. The manager has pulled players form all around the world, making this team one of the more multi cultural and until the expected rises are seen Guardiola will need to blend these players through some acute tactical thinking. Expect Bradford to be involved in the shake up come May.
    Stockport County
    Another of the young, smaller squads, manager Iman Ahmed has already invested in Greek centre forward Nikos Soultanidis form Kavala. The player can expect to carry the goal hunt burden, with supply possibly limited – the midfield will need significant strengthening in the transfer market or the reliance on the younger, less experienced and low rated current midfielders may see Stockport struggle. With bids already in place on at least one of Stockports players, the Edgeley Park faithful will be expecting the cash to go straight into the transfer market – that desire from the fans will surely also demand a number of key loan signings.
    Leyton Orient
    A small squad of mostly youthful and less established players will need to play well to achieve in the tight 4th division. Therefore all eyes will be on manager Alex Strickelton’s tactical awareness. The ace up Leyton Orients sleeve could be midfield general Luke Summerfield, whilst his form has seen his rating decrease recently the expected competition in the centre of the park from potential rising star Jason Demetriou should propel these two into becoming the heartbeat of any of the teams future achievements. Clearly though investment in the squad will be needed.
    Notts County
    Again with a small squad, the very experienced Tony T has taken no time at all to tell squad members where their future lies – placing no less than 12 on the transfer list. Whilst the squad aren’t looking that threatening on paper, you can expect that those raised funds will be spent on immediate improvements – however, unless a healthy transfer kitty already exists, time will be needed. With only 22 players Tony can expect to either gradually make changes to ensure his squad size is maintained or take a financial hit via part exchange. His experience will be vital, but expect an organised and very tactically aware welcome at Meadow Lane.
    Rochdale
    The Spotland faithful will be expecting big things this year. Already with a decent backbone of future stars, manager James Weeks didn’t wait long before adding experienced defensive/midfield utility man Toninho from Brazil. With future goalkeeping starlet Tom Heaton between the sticks Rochdale will be hard to beat, and with future signings expected, the build form the back philosophy may prove to be vital in a division often decided by how many you concede.
    Swindon Town
    Amy Nakamura has wasted no time in taking one of the favourites for the divisional title by the scruff of the neck, bringing in 5 players that prove to be a mix of players like American Darius Barnes form New England Revolution who can impact on the first team immediately to up coming risers and money makers like Ghanaian Bright Addae. With a further five players expected to leave shortly, further transfers are inevitable.
    Carlisle United
    Although quiet in preseason, new faces are expected at Brunton park with veteran Irishman Graham Kavanagh on his way out of the club, along with Tony Kane. The Irish hearbeat will remain however with Ian Harte, Richard Keogh and Peter Murphy currently expected to stay. Manager Ryan Dayt will probably look to strengthen in the centre of the park, but has a decent cover all over the park. In its present form, Carlisle will expect to be involved at the top end of the table.
    Brighton & Hove Albion
    Transformed by new man Ed Moses – who brings in 7 new signings and a further 3 loan signings, the Seagulls are looking to compete at the top end of the table. How long they can keep hold of Eden Hazard – regarded as one of the best 19 year old’s around – on loan from Manchester City will be key. With a bloated squad of 36 players it is no surprise that 6 players have already been told they have no future at the club. The wage bill will need to be reduced, but other new faces are expected at the Withdean Stadium.
    Burton Albion
    With the exception of forwards Webber and Kabba, Burton look to be lacking in the overall quality that would see them do anything other than struggle at present – and with none of the existing playing staff told that they are leaving, manager Grant Keeble is not expected to make further changes. This speculation is unfounded however as there is still time to spend any transfer war chest and just ¾ signings could transform this squad – therefore the next few days may dictate Burton’s ambitions for the season.
    Dagenham & Redbridge
    Toby Bell takes charge of a team that is both light in numbers and quality. The Victoria Road team look to be weak all over at present and with no activity in the transfer market and a manager not seen since he took over, could Dagenham prove to provide not just the whipping boys of the division but also the first managerial causality of the fourth tier? Unless action is taken soon, this may end in tears.
    Torquay United
    The smallest squad in the league at just 21 players, will need to rely on an injury free season to their key players. The biggest problem Markus Sender faces as manager is in the middle of the park with little in the way of creativity or quality. The signing of Krajnik is certainly made with an eye on future potential but immediate impact will be needed if Torquay are to avoid a battle at the base of the table.
    Barnet
    Shakira Espinoza has been very busy since taking over at Underhill. Samba flair has been added at Barnet with the acquisition of 3 Brazilians – Bambam, Wellington and Jefferson. In addition, Barnet nabbed potential riser Sergio Oliveira for FC Porto. With a further four players set to exit the club, more transfers in are expected. These are exciting times for Barnet and it expected that a serious promotion push is possible. This big, young squad will certainly improve over the season and with more players set to join, success is more than possible.
    Shrewsbury Town
    The Shrews are looking to new manager Kyle Fisher to provide the cement that promotion can be built on. And what a job he has on his hands, a small squad of 24 – including no less than four keepers – is light. Furthermore there is a lack of quality around the field. You would expect a furore of transfer activity but with no players arriving or leaving and the manager not seen since his welcoming press conference, could it be that the harsh realities of Division 4 have already proven to tough for Fisher?
    Northampton Town
    The Cobblers already have a solid core to their team and would have expected to be right up there at the close of the season. However with no news of any new signings coming out of Sixfields, combined with no players exiting, there is suddenly a question mark over the commitment of the manager to the club – not seen since taking over - and their ability to achieve this year. One f the favourites for the division, Northampton are no looking up at other teams that have already progressed far quicker than them.
    Hereford United
    One of the busiest managers in the 4th division, Ty93 Ty has already shaken things up at Edgar Street with no fewer than 10 new faces – including Serbian Danijel Subotic from Portsmouth. 8 players remain on the transfer list, but its expected that further new signings will be sought once the cash is made available – if so Hereford will boast a decent sized squad, full of potential. If Ty93 Ty can deliver on the tactics front as well as he has in the transfer market Hereford will be one to watch.
    Hartlepool
    One of the pre season favourite to take the Division 4 title, new manager Robert Jarni has been careful in the transfer market, adding one name – Spanish centre back and expected riser Mikel Dominquez. Boasting one of the best central midfielders in the division in Joe Gamble, big things are possible for Hartlepool this year. The squad is solid all around the pitch and is a good enough size to cope with any injuries or suspensions, expect them to be amongst the front runners from the off.
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    DIVISION 1 PREDICTION LEAGUE.
    1ST POSITION


    Chelsea are the team to beat this year.I really feel that Chelsea have a lot to prove this season and that this season will be their year. It’s a combination of things. Didier Drogba looks like a man reborn. There’s a renewed sense of optimism throughout the team under the tutelage of adam iman they are the team to beat world class signigs such as xavi ribery and fabiano it will only help there title push.
    1st position i think

    2ND POSITION


    2nd position could be any of 3 teams but i feel that liverpool have the advantage.
    any team who have torres and gerrard with the like of pato and higuan are going to be very hard to beat the only thing i worry about is the size of liverpools squad but im sure he will bring in a few more players.
    2nd position


    3RD POSITION


    Man utd are the most sucsessful team in england but are not the same team without ronaldo and tevez, i know they still have over 50 mill transfer budget but unless they spend it wisely i can see them winning the title.
    3rd position but higher if they strenghten wisely.



    4th position

    i dont think the top 4 will change this year but arsenals place is the one most underpressure.
    arsenal will rely heavily on on van persie, fabregas and arshavin.
    there weakiest position is goalkeeper and unless they invest in that position i can see them struggleing in reatining there top 4 credentials.

    5TH POSITION




    For all there multi billions you could say man city have been quite this window but for there quietness they have brought david villa and Gourcuff and in them two players they have enough quality to worry arsenal and man utd.

    6TH POSITION


    Tottenham have some class players but other teams around them have brought while they have been pretty quiet none the less i think they have what it takes to finish above villa and everton.
    7TH POSITION

    Aston villa and Everton are both evenly matched sides but i think everton are that little bit stronger they have that little bit more class in midfield with fellaini and arteta who can cause any team problems.


    8TH POSITION




    As ive said before it was very hard to seperate the two teams but i just felt everton would nick it.villa have sold milner which i though was a mistake as he is very versatile but they may have lost milner but they more than make up for it in young carew and agbonlahor who have give any team a problem.

    8TH POSITION - 10TH POSITION





    8th position to 12 position could go anyway west ham look very good and have brought some good players in so if any team have the most chance of causing problems to the top eight it will be west ham, but lets not rule out bolton blackburn and wigan who all have there own strenghts.

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    ROUND UP FOR LEAGUE 1 SINCE NEW SEASON STARTED
    NORWICH CITY - Derby County
    THE 1ST GAME OF THE SEASON TWO X CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM THIS COULD BE THE MACH TO WHACH NORWICH HAS SIGNED SOME GOOD PLAYERS WITH HERWOOD IN FOR ONLY 3M WHAT A DEAL FOR THERE MANAGER DARBY HAS NOT SIGNED A SINGLE PLAYER AND THAT COULD COST THEM THE MACH.
    MY PREDICTION 2-1 TO NORWICH
    Huddersfield Town - Southampton
    BOTH TEAMS LOOKING FOR PROMOTION THE SANTS ARE FAVE BUT WE WILL NOT FROW THE TOWLE IN YET AS HUDDERSFIELD HAS A GOOD TEAM ALSO THIS IS ANOTHER GAME TO WHACH.
    MY PREDICTION 3-3
    Oldham Athletic - Southend United
    THERE ARE A LOT OF GAMES TO WHACH BUT THIS IS ALSO ONE AS BOTH ARE RUMMERD TO BE IN A RELAGATION BATTLE THIS SEASON THE TWO MANAGERS MIGHT NOT THINK THAT BUT THE LEAGUE IS LOOKING VERRY GOOD WITH TEAMS THAT JUST A FEW SEASONS AGO WAS IN THE PREMISHIP SO THIS COULD BE THE BEST START FOR BOTH MANAGERS.
    MY PREDICTION 2-2
    Millwall - Tranmere Rovers
    MILLWALL KEEPS FALING AT THE LAST HERDILE AND THIS YEAR WILL BE PUSHING WITH ROVERS IN THE HUNT TO STAY AWAY FROM THE DROP THIS IS THE GAME THAT MILLWALL WOULD WHANT AND ARE OUT RIGHT FAVS FOR THIS GAME.
    PREDICTION 4-1
    Brentford - Leeds United
    LEEDS ARE IN THE HUNT TO GET BACK TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP AND HAVE THE PLAYERS TO GET THEM THERE SO THIS COULD BE A GOOD SEASON FOR THEM TO SHOW THAY HAVE GOT WHAT IT TAKES AND ARE ALSO OUT RIGHT FAVES FOR THE 1ST GAME.
    PREDICTION 0-2
    Exeter City - Nottingham Forest
    FOREST ARE ANOTHER TEAM AIMING FOR PROMOTION AND GO IN TO THIS GAME WITH A BIG HOPE OF A WALK IN THE PARK I WOULD SEE THIS TEAM WINING THE LEAGUE BUT THE MANAGER NEEDS TO GET THEM MOVING WILL TOGETHER AS FOR EXETER IN THE PAST SEASONS HAS BEAT UNITED AND THE HAMMERS.
    PREDICTION 2-2
    Milton Keynes Dons - Charlton Athletic
    CHARLTON IS AIMING FOR A QWICK RE JOIN TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP AND HAVE THE MANAGER TO HELP THEM THIS IS A GRATE GAME TO WHACH AND IS THE ONLY ONE ON SKY SO GET TO THE GAME NIGHT OR DAY AND WHACH THIS.
    PREDICTION 4-3
    Bristol Rovers - Barnsley
    BARNSLEY IS AIMING FOR A TOP 10 FINISH AND COULD GET THAT THIS IS A GOOD GAME ALSO AND THE TWO MANAGERS WILL BE AIMING TO GET OFF TO A BANG BUT THE GAME MIGHT BE TO TIGHT TO CALL AND BOTH TEAMS CANCLE EACH OVER OUT.
    PREDICTION 0-0
    Plymouth Argyle - Colchester United
    ANOTHER GOOD GAME WITH UNITED LOOKING FOR A PROMOTION BATTLE BUT SO IS ARGYLE SO ONE FOR THE FANS GOING THIS IS ALSO A TIGHT MACH AND BOTH TEAMS WILL DO THE BEST THAY CAN FOR THER NEW MANAGERS.
    PREDICTION 2-3
    Wycombe Wanderers - Gillingham
    GILLINGHAM CAME TO LEAUE ONE WITH JACKSON AND HE IS WHANTED BY LEAGUE PROMOTION BATTLESIST NORWICH AND CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM SHEFFILD UNITED IT IS BELEVED A 2M OFFER HAS BEEN MADE BUT THIS MAY NOT HAPPEN FOR THE STAR STRIKER.
    PREDICTION 1-2



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    Michael Owen Set For Medical



    Michael Owen is set for a medical at Fulham after a deal worth of 5 Million pounds was agreed with both managers. The deal was sealed moments ago after Michael Owen told the press;
    Ahmed Gharib, manager of the England National Team is expected to give his thoughts in a press conference later on . Manager Azrul Asyriqien wishes Michael Owen the best of luck and health when he plays to Fulham.
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    Villa Claims Another 3 Points


    Aston Villa has won another match in their current season with Azrul Asyriqien against Liverpool after a 7-goal thriller! Pundits have repeated again and again to the media that this will be a very, very close match and they were right. Some pundits would have tipped Liverpool to win the match, considering they have stars like Fernando Torres, Francesco Totti, David Silva and Arjen Robben. Surprisingly, Nabil El Zhar was chosen to start, leaving Albert Riera and former Aston Villa player, Stewart Downing, to warm the bench. Some pundits felt the relief when their money on betting was worth it. Here are the line ups and highlights.
    Match Lineups :
    Liverpool (4-4-2): P Reina, G Johnson, F Aurelio, M Skrtel, J Carragher, N El Zhar, A Robben, J Mascherano, J David Silva, J Fernando Torres, F Totti.
    Unused sub(s) : C Diego, S Kyrgiakos, S Downing, A Riera, A Voronin.
    Aston Villa (4-4-2): B Friedel, J Cicinho, N Subotic, S Kjaer (J Vertonghen 60'), J Milner (E Hazard 60'), B Jankovic, M Hamsik, A Dzagoev, M Balotelli, H Nilmar.
    Unused sub(s) : V Fiorillo, G Hulk, C Cuellar.
    Match Highlights
    The referee blows the whistle to start of the match. Nilmar passes the ball wide to Jankovic who moves forward with the ball and pulls the ball back to Hamsik. Hamsik surges with the ball, but a slight moment of hesitation cost him the ball and Liverpool goes on a counter-attack! David Silva with the ball, catches Robben in his sight and passes a lovely ball into his path. Robben crosses, oh what a save by Friedel. A header by Totti head straight to the path of Friedel, an easy one for him. Dzagoev goes on the attack, surging forward looking for space, but Torres tackles him to break the attack and goes for the counter-attack. He goes outside the box, but is outnumbered and passes the ball wide to El Zhar who founds Mascherano running into the box and crosses to him. OOOHHHH! . That should have been a goal there! Mascherano misses an open goal! How could he not capitalize on Friedel slipping on his line?! A wasted chance there from Liverpool. Surely they will be punished by Aston Villa. After few minutes of passing from the Villa midfield, Mascherano wins the ball and puts it across for Robben to chase. Robben pulls the ball back from the byline and finds Torres who coolly slots it to the back of the net! What a goal and what a run by Robben! . The Kop is going wild! Aston Villa with the restart. Dzagoev brings the ball forward, passes back to Hamsek. Hamsek lobs the ball into the box. GOOOOOAAAAAALLLLLLLL!!!!! It's Nilmar! He got to the end of a beautiful lob by Hamsek there. Just a minute after the first goal, and Aston Villa has equalised! I'm sure the Villa fans are relieved! Liverpool on the attack now. David Silva scans for team mates in the box and he crosses, hoping it would reach one of them and it does but a beautiful bicycle kick effort by El Zhar was wide. Spectacular play by Liverpool. Nilmar with the chance, comes of the post! BALOTELLI COMES FOR THE REBOUND!... GOALLLLLLLLL!!!! What a clinical finish. A poachers goal! Scores his first goal for Aston Villa. Aston Villa leads after the half-hour mark 2 goals to 1! Am I seeing what I'm seeing? Totti powerfully charges through the Villa side of the field and SCORES! GOAL!!!!!!! I think it was frustration in him that caused that wonderful run. What a goal. . Liverpool putting pressure on Villa now but can't pass through the pair of Subotic and Kjaer.
    Half-Time
    It's 2-2 after the break and the first 5 minutes has seen Liverpool trying to attack and keep pressure on Villa. Aston Villa with the counter-attack, Dzagoev pushes the ball to Milner. Milner passes to Balotelli, who's outside the box. Balotelli chips the ball... GOOOAAALLLL!!!! Balotelli with a clever chip! He saw Reina came out of his line and was so confident that he would score! Brilliant play. 2 Goals for the Italian already. Already on the hour mark and Villa are making 2 substitutions. Eden Hazard comes on for James Milner. The fans are jeering Azrul Asyriqien for taking off the player who has been terrorizing the left side of Liverpool to bring on a player who is new and not known to the Premier League. Simon Kjaer comes off for the versatile defender, Jan Vertonghen. Looks like 2 Belgians into the field. Let's see if they could keep up their 1 goal lead or even extend it! Hamsek wins the ball and catches Hazard moving in and neatly passes the ball. Hazard under pressure from Mascherano and Carragher, pulls the trigger. GOAAL!!!! What a goal! What a curler! Great strike from the Belgian. Looks like the fans are cheering. Hazard must be happy now that he has made an impression amongst the Villa fans and made sure Azrul Asyriqien didn't regret putting him on OR even signing him up!. That must have sealed the match! 4-2 with Aston Villa leading. As the clock ticks, Jankovic and Mascherano recieves a yellow card for violent conduct and a rash tackle respectively. Liverpool are pressing hard and is moving forward hoping to score 2 goals to get a point. They do get a goal by Torres after tricking Subotic. But it must be too late. Balotelli recieves the last chance of the match but fluffed his shot.
    Full Time
    Goal scorers: Torres 27', 80' ; Totti 30' | Nilmar 28' ; Balotelli 32', 57' ; Hazard 64'.
    Yellow Cards: Mascherano | Jankovic, Nilmar
    Man of the Match : Fernano Torres
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    The preview for the match between Aston Villa and Fulham will be reported tomorrow.
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    Here's the sig requested by villa91. Hope you like it.




    Anyways, anyone got a very good Avatar tutorial? I know how to do basic ones but I want to learn how to do nice but complex ones.
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    Hehe, forgot to post it here.



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    Aston Villa Nets First Win Of The Season
    Aston Villa has just netted 3 points away at Upton Park after a well deserved 2-0 victory against West Ham United. The goals happened to come from the left side of the Aston Villa team with Danijel Pranjic scoring the first goal and substitute, Bosko Jankovic, netting his first goal on his first appearance for the club. Lets recap and look at the highlights.
    And it's Kick Off. Danijel Pranjic quickly gets away with the ball and dribbles past Julien Faubert but fails to get his shot on target. Minutes later, a free kick was given for the home side just 25-yards away from the goal, but Honorato Nilmar was shown a yellow card for failing to move back ten yards. The chance to capitalize on the free kick was wasted when Carlton Cole heads it wide. Scott Parker found himself with the ball in the middle of the field and looks for the pass, but Esteban Granero does well to intercept and unleashes a deadly pass to Danijel Pranjic! Oh what a save by Robert Green. 20 minutes into the game and Honorato Nilmar finds himself some space and WHACKED the ball towards the goal. GOA... NO! What a brilliant save by Robert Green, going at full stretch to deny Honorato Nilmar and concedes a corner. Certainly almost all the action happens to fall to Honorato Nilmar instead of Givanildo Hulk. James Milner with the corner, it meets the head of Carlos Cuellar and ohh... It hit the bar! A beautiful goal kick by Robert Green leads the ball to Guillermo Franco and tries to cross the ball to Carlton Cole, but he hits it too long and Aly Cissokho makes a run forward with the ball. He crosses a low ball, but Givanildo Hulk couldn't control it. Poor performance by that man there. Minutes later, Guillermo Franco charged through the defence with the ball with only 1v1 with Brad Friedel but came under pressure to shoot it straight at the goalkeeper. Esteban Granero intercepts the ball for the.. I don't know how many times but there's lot of them, and passes around the midfield. James Milner crosses the ball, Honorato Nilmar manages to head the ball but was denied by the crossbar! Givanildo Hulk goes for the rebound but fails to capitalize. Goal kick has been taken and Jose Jurado wins the challenge and spreads the ball to James Milner who cuts inside of the defender and cleverly passes the ball to Danijel Pranjic to launch a missile which no goalkeeper can stop and it goes into the net! GOOAAAALLLL! What a brilliant strike by Danijel Pranjic, bringing the score to 0-1 to Aston Villa. The last chance in the first half came to James Milner but he failed to get it on target.
    Half-Time

    He scored the only goal of the First Half
    The whistle has been blown and the crowd goes wild! Givanildo Hulk wasted had to hurry the shot after he got to the blind side of the defender, but misses. Alessandro Diamanti shows some nice skills with the ball but fails to score. James Milner crosses to give Honorato Nilmar a free header, but it hardly troubles Robert Green. 60 minutes of the game is up and Aston Villa are using all three subs, Danijel Pranjic gives way for Bosko Jankovic. A standing ovation for Danijel Pranjic. Mario Balotelli comes in for the under-performing Givanildo Hulk and Jan Vertonghen comes for the tired center back, Neven Subotic. The match resumes with Aly Cissokho encouraging the team to keep up the work-rate and it paid-off. 8 minutes after he entered the field, Bosko Jankovic tapped in a rebound after Honorato Nilmar shot it to the post. What a brilliant finish ! Carlos Cuellar was booked for a high challenge right after the goal. Another chance came to Bosko Jankovic but was denied, when he chipped the ball, only for Matthew Upson to clear it of the line! West Ham United are trying to push on their attack, but failed to go through the strong midfield of Aston Villa. Final chance of the match goes to Esteban Granero who shot form 20 yards out only for Robert Green to tip it onto the bar. And there it is! The final whistle. The score is 0-2 to Aston Villa, the winner of the match. Oh, this just came in, Brad Friedel has been given the Man of the Match award for having a solid performance and keeping a clean sheet.

    Man of the Match


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    Very good addition, would be a very good addition to what SM have done with club pretection

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    I created this for my Aston Villa Match Report Thread, tell me how you feel about it.


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    Hey guys, I'm new to signature making but I can say that I'm quite good though I don't usually make signatures or avatars regarding soccer players, I prefer to do on anime and game characters, but I would when I get bored or something. And just to say, I accept requests to do signatures but you have to send it through PM and I will do it when I have the time. This thread is just for me to showcase my 'freestyle' kind of graphics I do. I don't use paint.net but I use Photoshop CS2. I have a CS4 but having trouble with the code that is given with the disc though. Here are my graphics, would love to see what feedbacks or criticism you guys have so that I could improve on my skills.

    Here's Ghost from Modern Warfare 2

    Simon Kjaer who is playing for Palermo, I think.

    This is VF-27, Lucifer from the Macross Frontier anime and game.

    Strike Freedom Gundam from Gundam Seed Destiny

    Reborn from the anime, Katekyo Hitman Reborn.


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