Friday, June 15, 2012

Funny moment : Player misses the team photo England vs France

Maybe it is a bit late. It is funny when you need to take photo to represent your country and you missed it..
Look at the squad. There's only 10 player take photo and one player is missing.. Who's it?

It is Glen Johnson who missed the photo shoot.. Look picture below.. He jog while his friend took photo

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Harry Redknapp says Tottenham sacking was inevitable

Harry Redknapp believes he would have been sacked by Tottenham even if they earned Champions League qualification.
“ It is tough because it is a team that could have gone on to win the Premier League. I just wish I had been part of that ” Harry Redknapp
The 65-year-old manager was dismissed on Wednesday evening after almost four years at White Hart Lane. Despite finishing one point behind Arsenal in fourth last term, Chelsea's Champions League win denied Spurs a place in next season's competition. "I think the same outcome would have happened, the chairman would have gone down the same road," said Redknapp. Chairman Daniel Levy is said to be in no rush to replace Redknapp with Tottenham privately expressing a determination to conduct a "properly run process" to find their next manger. David Moyes has been installed as an early favourite to succeed Redknapp by bookmakers but it is understood no approach has been made for the Everton manager. Sources close to Andre Villas-Boas claim he is not being considered, while Rafael Benitez, Roberto Martinez and ex-Spurs striker Jurgen Klinsmann have also been linked with the role. Redknapp, meanwhile, has stressed he will be looking for another job in management after previous stints with Portsmouth, Southampton, West Ham and Bournemouth. "You cannot sit around moping. That's not my game," he said. "I love football. I would suit any job. I don't think I am coming to the end of my career. "Alex Ferguson is in his seventies and is still the best manager in the world. I am as fit as a fiddle." Redknapp had a year left on his contract and was due to meet Levy this week to discuss his future, but he insists there are no hard feelings. "What has happened is that I met with the chairman and the club decided to go in a different direction," he said. "That's their decision. "I have had four fantastic years at Tottenham and have absolutely loved every minute. It couldn't have gone better for me. "It is disappointing in some ways but that's football," Redknapp added. "The people who own the club make their decisions. That is their right. I don't hold grudges. I don't worry what could have been. "I have left behind fantastic players. It is tough because it is a team that could have gone on to win the Premier League. I just wish I had been part of that." Redknapp led Tottenham to a fourth-place finish in 2009/10 to seal their first ever appearance in the Champions League, reaching the quarter-finals in 2010/11. Spurs were briefly in contention for the Premier League title last season but slipped to fourth after Redknapp was installed as the favourite to replace Fabio Capello as England manager. When Capello resigned on 8 February, Spurs were third in the league and 10 points clear of a faltering Arsenal, but they eventually finished a point behind the Gunners while the FA appointed Roy Hodgson. However, Redknapp believes speculation about him succeeding Capello had no bearing on Levy's decision. "I have kept my counsel all the way through and that was nothing at all to do with anything," he said. Redknapp added: "It was nothing to do with contracts or me asking for anything. I had a year left and that was fine. The club decided to have a change. It is a decision the chairman decided to make." Hodgson, who was preparing his England team to face Sweden, said he had sympathy for Redknapp. "I was very sad to hear the news. I have texted him and don't expect a reply straight away because he will be snowed under," said the England boss. "It's a major surprise. I'm disappointed for him and hope that the next job comes along for him very soon." -BBC Sport

Bendtner celebration show Paddy Power boxer

Denmark and Arsenal(maybe former) player face sanction by UEFA after revealing the logo of a betting company while celebrating this second goal against Portugal in EURO clash.

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Hahahah.. He is crazy man... He show boxer with name Paddy Power

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Shinji Kagawa to join Manchester United after Dortmund agree fee

Manchester United have confirmed they have agreed terms for the transfer of Shinji Kagawa from Borussia Dortmund. The deal is subject to a medical and work permit. "Manchester United is delighted to announce that it has agreed terms with both Borussia Dortmund and Shinji Kagawa for his transfer to the club," said a United statement. "The deal is subject only to the player medical and obtaining a UK work permit. These conditions are anticipated to be completed by the end of June. Further details will be announced in due course." Negotiations have been ongoing with the Japan international for a number of weeks. Although the deal – which is expected to initially cost around £12m and possibly rise to as much as £18m with add-ons – has been anticipated for some time, it is good news for United. Many United fans are privately concerned about the funds being made available to Sir Alex Ferguson and felt strengthening the midfield area was an absolute imperative. Kagawa has already done enough in his two seasons in Germany to avoid the fate of Park Ji-sung, who was initially condemned as a "trophy" signing following his arrival from PSV Eindhoven in 2005, designed purely to sell shirts in the lucrative Far East market. He was named in the Bundesliga's team of the season for 2010-11 despite being absent through injury for half the campaign. Kagawa then went on to score 16 goals last term, when Dortmund completed the domestic league and cup double. Ferguson and his assistant, Mike Phelan, made a personal check on the 23-year-old the day before United's final match at Sunderland, when they saw Kagawa grab one goal and create another in Dortmund's 5-2 German Cup triumph over Bayern Munich. Dortmund stand to make a healthy profit on Kagawa, who cost them £250,000 from the Japanese club Cerezo Osaka in 2006. It is not anticipated the deal will be completed until the end of the month as Kagawa is currently on international duty and played in Japan's 3-0 World Cup qualifying round victory over Oman at the weekend. - Guardian Shiniji Kagawa video