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« Odgovori #45 u: Ožujak 29, 2011, 19:04 »
igramo sa Barcom prijateljsku u julu, u sklopu turneje po Americi.  :uziva

onaj naš Mikulić koji igra za Chicago Fire nije ni sanja da će igrati protiv Manchester Uniteda

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« Odgovori #46 u: Ožujak 29, 2011, 22:19 »
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Manchester United will meet Barcelona in a friendly in Washington this summer as part of their pre-season tour to the United States.

Sir Alex Ferguson's men are scheduled to meet the Spanish champions on July 30 at FedExField in the US capital in their final game of a five-match tour which will also see them meet three Major League Soccer sides as well as an All-Star team.

"Tours are a fantastic chance for the players to get away as a unit, to put in some good training sessions and to meet some of our fans around the world who don't have a chance to watch us play live every week," said Ferguson.

"Our visits to the US are always enjoyable ones. The training facilities are excellent and we certainly found last year that, with the improving quality of the MLS teams, the games are very competitive, which is great preparation for a new season.

"To finish off with a match against Barcelona will be a special moment for all our fans in the States."

United open against New England Revolution on July 13 in Boston before travelling west to meet Seattle Sounders a week later.

Next comes a game against Chicago Fire on July 23 before they take on the MLS All-Stars in New Jersey on July 27 and Barca in Washington.

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« Odgovori #48 u: Svibanj 12, 2011, 15:13 »
You can't spell Liverpool with out LOL. You can't spell Balloon with out LOL either.

Also, fuck Chelsea.

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« Odgovori #49 u: Svibanj 12, 2011, 15:34 »
71og san se sitia, al koja san ja sramota, sitin se svakakvih levata a ove glavne zaboravin, dovoljno je rec da ludog irca nisan upisa :rofl :rofl :rofl :rofl

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« Odgovori #50 u: Svibanj 12, 2011, 17:22 »
70 ali nisam nikako mogao pogodit kako se piše Kučak... :rofl


Ali najgore od svega je da se nisam sjetio Donga... :shocked :shocked :shocked
As the blizzard fell outside,
And heartbeats faded away
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Taking with it the soul of a remarkable Man Utd side,
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« Odgovori #51 u: Svibanj 12, 2011, 17:50 »
56  :uziva

zaboravio blanca, belliona, bartheza, eaglesa....  :kava:

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« Odgovori #52 u: Svibanj 22, 2011, 14:53 »
Sramota! :snapoutofit

Forgotten: Manchester United's Wembley snub to their European Cup heroes of 1968

http://www.football.co.uk/manchester_united/forgotten__manchester_united_s_wembley_snub_to_their_european_cup_heroes_of_1968_rss1665890.shtml

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ShareManchester United's American owners have delivered an incredible snub to the club's history by failing to invite their 1968 European Cup heroes back to Wembley for Saturday's Champions League final against Barcelona. Many of the players from the famous 4-1 victory over Benfica will have to watch the match on television or try to get tickets through other means. Final insult: Several of Manchester United's 1968 European Cup heroes haven't been invited to Saturday's Champions League final A close friend of one said on Saturday night: 'We have heard nothing from United. They are happy to talk up the history and traditions of the club, but the old players have been forgotten on this occasion. Snub: United owners Bryan and Avram Glazer 'It would have been nice for Sir Matt (Busby's) team to have been invited to the game as a group. After all, the win at Wembley in 1968 is part of the club's history. Maybe the club have so many employees now they didn't have enough tickets left.' United's 1968 victory earned Busby the European Cup triumph he craved 10 years after the Munich air crash destroyed his first great team. Sir Bobby Charlton, who scored twice in the 1968 final, will be at Wembley as a United director and regular MUTV pundit Paddy Crerand will also be looked after by the club. But on Saturday night, the seven other surviving United players from that team were still unsure whether they would be attending. Alex Stepney, John Aston and David Sadler have been booked by a private company for corporate hospitality work at Wembley Arena before the final but have not yet been offered tickets by United for the match. Brian Kidd, who scored United's thirdgoal on his 19th birthday, has asked Manchester City, where he is assistant manager, if they can get him a ticket. United have not contacted him even though MUTV have made requests to interview him aboutthe 1968 final. Nobby Stiles, Bill Foulkes and Tony Dunne are not expected to attend. Foulkes is in poor health and may nothave been able to travel but the snub to the 1968 team will be seen by many United fans as another example of the club's history being overlooked by the Glazer family. At a reunion in 2005, several members of the '68 team pose with Benfica legend Eusebio. Left to right: David Sadler, Brian Kidd, Sir Bobby Charlton, unknown, Bill Foulkes (holding cup), Pat Crerand (behind bill foulkes), Alex Stepney, Eusebio, Nobby Stiles and John Aston  Gary Neville: Champions League final is United's biggest match since that glorious Wembley night 43 years agoManchester City coach Kidd will return to the Reds for a nightChampions League bonus for the prawn sandwich brigade at Old TraffordGerard Pique: 'Manchester United had me in tears, but I thank them for it'All the latest Manchester United news, features and opinion  Explore more:People: Brian Kidd, Alex Stepney Places: Barcelona, Munich

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« Odgovori #53 u: Svibanj 22, 2011, 16:54 »
Sramota! :snapoutofit

Forgotten: Manchester United's Wembley snub to their European Cup heroes of 1968

http://www.football.co.uk/manchester_united/forgotten__manchester_united_s_wembley_snub_to_their_european_cup_heroes_of_1968_rss1665890.shtml



Da je sramota jest, ali ne bih ovo pripisao direktno Glazerima, boli njih kurac za nogomet oni samo o lovi misle, to su se drugi trebali sjetit kao npr. Gill.....
As the blizzard fell outside,
And heartbeats faded away
A chapter in history closes
Taking with it the soul of a remarkable Man Utd side,
Leaving us only to ask "What if?"
 

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« Odgovori #54 u: Svibanj 24, 2011, 19:13 »
http://www.index.hr/sport/clanak/united-zaradio-67-milijuna-eura-od-tvprava-u-premiershipu/553314.aspx

TOČNO 67.6 milijuna eura ove su sezone na ime televizijskih prava za prijenos njihovih premierligaških utakmica inkasirali u Manchster Unitedu.

Novi su premierligaški prvaci, za sezonu u kojoj su osvojili 19. naslov engleskih prvaka, dobili najviše novca u preraspodjeli sredstava od televizijskih prava. Četvrtina ukupnog iznosa koji Premiership dobiva za pravo prenošenja svojih utakmica alocira se sukladno broju prenošenja utakmica pojedinog kluba tijekom sezone, dok se druga četvrtina raspodjeljuje s obzirom na plasman momčadi na ljestvici. Po tim je kriterijima najveći dio kolača otpao na klub s Old Trafforda.

Interesantno je da je klub koji je uprihodio najmanje (43.8 milijuna eura) bio Blackpool, novi drugoligaš: "Raspodjela novca od televizijskih prava u Premiershipu je demokratičnija od svih europskih liga", rekao je izvršni direktor Premierlige Richard Scudamore.

Bolt stiže na Wembley navijati za Manchester United

Nakon što u četvrtak navečer nastupi na atletskom mitingu Dijamantne lige u Rimu, jamajčanski sprinter Usain Bolt otputovat će u London na finale Lige prvaka: "Vrlo je jednostavan odgovor na pitanje za koga ću navijati. Svi znaju da sam navijač Manchester Uniteda. Mislim da će United pobijediti Barcelonu 2:1", rekao je svjetski rekorder na 100 i 200 metara u Rimu, dva dana prije nastupa na trećem mitingu Dijamantne lige u sezonii.

S obzirom da je pred novinarima u Rimu pojavio u plavoj polo-majici s talijanskom zastavom, pripadnici "sedme sile" usporedili su ga s Marijem Balotellijem: "Nije prvi put da to čujem. U svakom slučaju, Balotelli je izvrstan nogometaš. Malo je preagresivan, ali to je u redu."

Ponovio je olimpijski pobjednik i svjetski prvak da se nakon okončanja atletske karijere namjerava baviti nogometom:

"Ozbiljan sam da ne mogu biti ozbiljniji. Nogometni sam navijač. Gledam redovito najbolje svjetske nogometaše i stalno pratim rezultate. Sve znam o nogometu. Zašto ne bih zaigrao u napadu s Wayneom Rooneyjem?!"

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« Odgovori #56 u: Svibanj 26, 2011, 22:39 »
   
Sir Bobby's all time XI

Two of the thoroughly modern footballers who will try to deny Barcelona at Wembley make it into Sir Bobby Charlton’s all-time Manchester United XI.

Not Wayne Rooney, though he gets as close as the bench. Not Ryan Giggs, though Sir Bobby recognises the Welshman’s astonishing longevity.

The accolade goes to the defensive axis of Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic.

‘We’ve had some magnificent centre halves down the years,’ says Sir Bobby. ‘But these two form the most formidable pairing of all.’

At my insistence, although not after pressing vehemently the claims of Roy Keane, Giggs and Paul Scholes, Charlton includes himself in midfield. In reality it is Captain Marvel who keeps out Keane.

‘They were both tremendous, heroic all-round players and leaders but Bryan Robson brings the added value of more goals.’

The other really tough decision was in attack, where Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo have to give way to Eric Cantona - ‘not only because of that extraordinary ability but because he was an absolute inspiration to every young player who came into the team.’


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« Odgovori #57 u: Lipanj 02, 2011, 21:33 »
Rodwell? Henderson? No! We Need Someone Special


Paul Scholes was a bit older and slower, Michael Carrick struggled to find the form he enjoyed before the disastrous 2009 Champions League performance, Owen Hargreaves was permanently injured, attitude and injuries held Anderson back from fulfilling his potential to the maximum and Darren Fletcher still had plenty in the engine but his virus only interrupted what was an ineffective season for the Scot.

We never really replaced Roy Keane, maybe because he is irreplaceable, but this season we have struggled in the centre of the park more than ever, with the gap left by the departure of true world class talent more obvious than ever. Week, after week, after week, particularly on the road, the midfield has been alarmingly below the standards set by our defenders and attackers. Even when shoving five across the middle, average teams have overrun our central midfield. Whilst the gulf is class was obviously far more apparent when confronted with the best midfield in the world in the Champions League final, it shouldn’t be ignored that we’ve struggled to get to grips with the likes of Blackpool, Bolton and Birmingham this season.

Jordan Henderson, a Manchester United fan who has been linked to the club for some time, has now become a target for Liverpool. Sunderland rejected their bid this morning, apparently £13m, and I desperately hope we don’t try and beat it.

Another 20-year-old United fan who we’ve been linked to is Jack Rodwell. Of the two deals, this appears to be the more likely, but again, I hope it doesn’t happen. We’d be looking at least £20m for this lad.

After our midfield has been on a steady decline for a few seasons, we can’t afford the time, as much as the money, to see whether these players can make it. Scholes has gone, Giggs is a year older, Hargreaves is finally out of the picture once and for all, so we need someone special, and we need them now. Maybe Henderson and Rodwell will be special players in a few years time but that’s no use to us.

Luka Modric has to be our priority and is probably the most realistic of the lot, with Wesley Sneijder also mentioned fairly regularly. For all Harry Redknapp’s assertions to the contrary, Spurs will sell Modric if the price is right. After spending all season claiming he was going to stay, he revealed this week that he wanted Champions League football and would leave if there was a good deal for him and the club. United will have to stump up the cash, which should be around the £30m mark. He still has five years remaining on the contract he signed last summer, so there’s no chance of us getting him on the cheap. We will probably have to rely on him stamping his feet a little too because that Daniel Levy can be a stubborn git, particularly where United are concerned.

I’m being spoilt and unrealistic but I’d like Bastian Schweinsteiger to come with him. He also has five years remaining on his contract, despite his brother repeatedly telling him to join us, so wouldn’t be cheap either. If Fletch and Carrick have it in them to up their game and play like they did a couple of years ago, then Schweinsteiger wouldn’t be a desperate need, like Modric is. He would be a luxury. Remember when we used to be able to afford them? A midfield of Scholes and Keane at their peak and splashing the cash on Juan Sebastian Verson? Those were the days. Our situation is different in the Glazer reign though, so I’m probably going to have to get over Bastian.

When it comes to young players with the potential to be great, we should look no further than our own youth. Tom Cleverley will be welcomed back in to the squad for the pre-season and will be on the fringe of the team next season. Why spend £15m-£20m on Henderson or Rodwell when we have our own players waiting to step up?

Oliver Holt met Tom Cleverley last summer and couldn’t speak highly enough of him. “There is something about him that tells you he has been at United since he was 11. He is assured, mature, single-minded and happy to make whatever sacrifices he needs to.” This is the player we should be offering our opportunities to, not Sunderland and Everton’s youth products. Further down the line, you hope that Paul Pogba and Ryan Tunnicliffe will be given their chance too, given how brightly they have shone for our youth teams.

In years gone by we had time to wait and see youth develop, even if it meant the team wasn’t as good as it could have been in the present. We don’t have £20m to spend on a 20-year-old who might be world class in five years time and we can’t afford to be any weaker than necessary with our rivals splashing the cash. We need to go for the kill, bring in that special player now, and hope that players like Cleverley do enough with the limited chances they get to improve their game and keep their place in the squad. That is how we’ve always been successful and after keeping the purse strings pulled tight in recent seasons, it’s time for the manager to spend what is required to land us that world class midfielder who will take us to the next level.

http://therepublikofmancunia.com/rodwell-henderson-no-we-need-someone-special/


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A chapter in history closes
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« Odgovori #58 u: Lipanj 30, 2011, 14:31 »
Gill o FA-u, Sheasy o Rooneyu :friends

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David Gill, the Manchester United chief executive, has criticised his colleagues at the Football Association, accusing the organisation of victimising his club with undue punishments that would not be meted out to its Premier League rivals.

Gill, an FA board member, cited Wayne Rooney's two-game suspension for swearing into a television camera after scoring at West Ham in April, as well as the five-game touchline ban imposed on Sir Alex Ferguson because of his castigation of the referee Martin Atkinson, to demonstrate his belief that the champions get a raw deal from the sport's governing body.

"I do genuinely believe there have been some poorish decisions that, in my opinion, wouldn't necessarily have hit other clubs," Gill said. "That's not to say I'm condoning Wayne's comments, because I don't think they were correct, or what Sir Alex said, because it wasn't helpful. But at the same time, the actual punishments were harsh.

"We're possibly being caught up in being one of the biggest clubs and the [FA's] Respect agenda being there. What better way to demonstrate the authorities are being tough than by hitting one of the biggest clubs the hardest?"

Gill's comments in Champ19ns, a book about United's record title-winning season by Steve Bartram, are a break from the norm for one of the game's political movers, and signal the strength of feeling inside Old Trafford that the FA is likely to show greater leniency to other clubs. Ferguson has long felt the FA victimises United, a view he has held for well over a decade, describing the disciplinary department as a "dysfunctional unit", whereas the club's legal adviser, Graham Bean, has accused the FA of acting "like a communist state".

Ferguson's touchline ban meant he was the first manager in history to be prohibited from entering the dugout when his team were playing at Wembley, in the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City. Rooney's punishment also meant him missing the game, which United lost 1-0, and the ill feeling was exacerbated by Ferguson being charged with improper conduct the following month for describing Howard Webb as "the best referee in the country", contravening a rule about not talking about match officials before matches. Ferguson was so outraged he refused to acknowledge the charge and the punishment was reduced to a warning.

Gill questioned whether the FA has set a "dangerous course" by punishing Rooney and suggests it would not have happened had he played for another club.

"The club doesn't condone it [Rooney's swearing], but Wayne recognised it was wrong and apologised almost immediately. We have various issues with the ban: one being consistency. What's going to happen now? Is the referee under pressure to send everyone off?

"I think sometimes in celebration people do swear and all that means is that, to my mind, it's a dangerous course the FA has gone down, because consistent application is what's required and I'm not sure that'll necessarily happen. There are certain things you should wait until the start of the season to change.

"But it's a lesson to Wayne. He subsequently scored a great goal against Chelsea and smiled – that's what we want to see. There should be exuberance, but you look at the abuse to which he was subjected [by West Ham supporters] and I know people say you've got to rise above it, but I defy anyone being vilified to that level always to retain your cool. I don't think the media helped either, with the constant repetition of footage, with his mouth blurred out."

Gill recounted the "bolt from the blue" of Rooney informing the club he wanted to leave, starting with a telephone call from the player's agent, Paul Stretford, on 14 August.

"We already had some discussions [about a new contract] going on, then I had a call indicating Wayne didn't want to sign a new deal, [that] he had some issues and didn't want to sign a new contract.

"That was the first we'd heard of it because [before then] there had been discussions going on to a timetable that had been agreed. I was pretty shocked, to be honest. I had a good working relationship with Paul Stretford, having done deals with him over a number of years and there was never any indication that this was the call he was going to make."

Rooney changed his mind after several weeks of lobbying behind the scenes – "I wouldn't say there were discussions every day but there was regular contact," Gill said – and John O'Shea recounts in the book how the players reacted to a team-mate questioning whether the other players were good enough to challenge for trophies.

"It transpired it was just an interesting technique of getting a new deal," O'Shea said. "I think Wayne, if he could turn back the clock, might do things a bit differently, but both parties were happy in the end.

"He came [into the Carrington dressing room after signing his new deal] and apologised to everyone. He said he'd done what he had to do, basically, and he was sorry if he had offended anybody. Obviously there were a few comments that will stay in the dressing room. They were quite smart and funny, but all friendly."

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« Odgovori #59 u: Srpanj 08, 2011, 14:09 »
http://therepublikofmancunia.com/daniel-taylor-on-ravel-morrison-signing-nasri-and-the-hairdyer/

Daniel Taylor, novinar Guardiana koji prati klubove iz Manchestera dao lijep intervju :friends