Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Bellamy hits United fans

Bellamy escape FA punishment after The FA launched an investigation after Manchester City striker Bellamy shoved his hand into the face of a fan who invaded the Old Trafford pitch.Bellamy appeared to push the fan in the face as stewards were leading him off the field. City manager Mark Hughes defended the Welshman, insisting he acted in self-defense.

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Monday, September 21, 2009

Michael Owen Manchester United wallpaper

Congrats for Owen coz give winning goal for MU derby..
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Sunday, September 20, 2009

United win Manchester derby, Hughes feel robbed 2 point

Michael Owen snatched victory for United with a goal almost six minutes into injury time in one of the most dramatic Manchester derbies.

Result :- Man Utd 4 Man City 3
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Hughes was furious that the referee, Martin Atkinson, allowed the game to continue for so long after the fourth official signalled four minutes of added time and his anger was exacerbated by Ferguson's provocative remarks, the United manager claiming his team should have won 6-0 before belittling Manchester City even further.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Adebayor stamp on Van Persie clips

Adebayor angered former team-mate Robin van Persie when appearing to stamp on his opponent, with the Dutchman releasing a statement following the game which accused the City striker of "mindless and malicious" behaviour.
And his celebrate that cause problem for his next game


Greater Manchester police, however, have blamed Adebayor for the chain of events that led to a steward being knocked unconscious.

"The player's goal celebration caused the opposition fans to be aggravated and there was a crowd surge," a police spokesman said. "One of the objects that were thrown caught a steward and knocked him out. It's the decision of the club, the ground security and the FA now whether they want to take the incident any further, but it must have been quite horrific for all the stewards at the time."

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Money give the results

Now, Manchester City beat Arsenal 4 -2 . It is make them the big teams in BPL now.
Now, who said money can make good result?? I think City will become big four or maybe a champions.


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Manchester City underlined their Big Four credentials by thrashing Arsenal 4-2 at Eastlands on a high-scoring day of Premier League action. Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Adebayor both lined up against their old side but it was their former team-mate Manuel Almunia who was responsible for the opening goal. Gareth Barry swung in a 20th minute free-kick and Micah Richards' header hit the post, then Almunia's head and finally the back of the net. Arsenal were the better team for the rest of the first half but it wasn't until midway through the second period that the equaliser arrived.

Robin van Persie was fed by Tomas Rosicky and the Dutch forward jinked past Joleon Lescott before firing a searing low effort past Shay Given in the City goal. Arsenal looked the more likely to grab the next goal, but with 15 minutes left City retook the lead through a neat effort from Craig Bellamy and this unleashed a torrent of goals in a thrilling finale. First, Adebayor added the third with a bullet of a header from Shaun Wright-Phillips' cross, before Wright-Phillips himself made it four shortly after with a neat chip over Almunia after being sent through by Bellamy. Rosicky pulled one back in the closing stages but the hosts hung on to seal a significant win, though one that was marred by Adebayor's decision to run the length of the pitch to celebrate his goal in front of Arsenal fans.


You can watch highlight at this website

I'm no fans of City but it is truly that spending is important to get result.. I don't know why Arsenal just stick on youth policy and not spending.. Maybe they will down this season..

Let's wait and see if they will beat Red Devils next.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Hull sign Vennegoor of Hesselink

Hull City have signed Dutch striker Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink, who was released by Celtic at the end of the Scottish Premier League season, on a two-year deal.
The 30-year-old Dutchman has been allowed to join the Tigers as he was out of contract after leaving former club Celtic at the end of the last campaign.
The former PSV Eindhoven striker spent three seasons in the Scottish Premier League where he scored 38 goals in 80 appearances.

Who is Vennegoor of Hesselink

Personal information
Full name Johannes Vennegoor of Hesselink
Date of birth 7 November 1978 (1978-11-07) (age 30)
Place of birth Oldenzaal, Netherlands
Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club Hull City
Number 29

His goal clip

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