Sunday, April 22, 2012

Van Persie lose his shoe

Look at this picture. Robin Van Persie lose his right shoe. Do you find where the shoe?
Yeah.. Koscielny wear it.. Hahahaha. This is joke only.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

New Chelsea jersey 2012-2013 season

Adidas unveiled Chelsea new jersey for 2012-2013 season. Chelsea the only big Premier League club that using Adidas as their sponsor after Liverpool's switch to Warrior Sports. Arsenal and Manchester United are sponsored by Nike, Spurs with Under Armour and Man City outfitted by Umbro.
I don't think there's a big different than 2011-2012 jersey. Maybe you can find the different.

Fergie fears for Anderson

Sir Alex Ferguson is concerned that injury problems will wreck Anderson's career as the hamstrung Brazil midfielder is forced to watch the rest of the season from the sidelines. Anderson has been blighted by a succession of problems since his £25 million move from FC Porto in 2007 and there are now fears Ferguson will discard the South American as he looks to reinforce his midfield during the summer. The 24-year-old has been restricted to just 16 appearances this term, and only four since the beginning of November. Ferguson said: "He hasn't really realised his potential, which is there for all to see. "He is a fantastic footballer. I just hope he doesn't have the bad luck that Michael Owen has had throughout his career. "At 24, obviously he's still very young and I'm sure we will get the benefit of that.'' Anderson has won 8 caps for the Brazilian national team. - Soccernet

OOo.. I've forgot about Anderson after Scholes coming back.. Pity him..

Michael Owen back to play ?

Hahahaha.. Injury prone player, Michael Owen will return to make contribution to Manchester United in the final week of the season. Owen is not expected to be fit in time to face Everton on Sunday but could return for United's final three games of the season. Honestly, I think it is better for Owen to retired. He can't play to the highest level again... Please, don't waste Manchester United money to pay your wages.