Khamis, 30 Oktober 2008

Mourinho to be UNITED next manager?

Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho recently admitted that he plans to return to the English Premier League, leading The Mirror to sensationally link the Portuguese gaffer with an eventual move to Manchester United.
The Old Trafford club moved quickly to play down the reports, but now the link has been strengthened. For starters, a high ranking Stamford Bridge official has revealed that “The Special One” has always fancied being the Red Devils’ ringmaster.
Asked about the rumors by the News of the World, the official revealed: “Jose always made his love of United very clear. In fact, he was obsessed with them and talked about being in charge of the biggest club in the world.
“He wanted to test himself in Italy when he left the Stamford Bridge, but it was obvious to most people he wanted to come back here with United to haunt us.”
Hungry young guns such as Blackburn boss Paul Ince, Sunderland manager Roy Keane and Manchester City gaffer Mark Hughes have admitted that the Theatre of Dreams is their ideal managerial destination, but United could go for an elite coach such as Mourinho.
However, the Sir Alex Ferguson era would obviously have to end first before a new regime can be installed. Luckily for “obsessed” Jose, Fergie admits that the end is near.
“I won’t be doing a Bobby Robson and be a manager when I am 70,” the 66-year-old told the Mail on Sunday. “It is just knowing when to quit.
“However, football is like a drug which is difficult to give up and I’m hooked.”
If the Mourinho prospect interests the Old Trafford board, perhaps they’ll stage an intervention with football junkie Sir Alex.

Jumaat, 19 September 2008

Heavyweight match Sunday

Heavyweight match Sunday:

Chelsea VS Manutd
Live from Stamford Bridge London
kickoff : 1400

Glory ! Glory! Manutd...

Selasa, 16 September 2008

next united match : UCL

17 SEPT 2008

'Healthy' Ronaldo set for comeback

MANCHESTER: Alex Ferguson is determined Manchester United will become the first club to defend its Champions League title, and what better time to reintroduce Cristiano Ronaldo after ankle surgery than for the start of the group stage.
It is likely the Portugal winger, who struck 42 goals last season, will make his highly anticipated return from July's ankle surgery against Villarreal tomorrow, Ferguson said .
It should help the Red Devils obliterate memories of Saturday's first Premiership loss at Liverpool in seven years.
"You have to recover, that's the name of the game," Ferguson said Sunday. "It's the Champions League and I think we are in a good group and I think we have a good chance of qualifying."
Striker Giuseppe Rossi has missed Villarreal's opening league games with a sprained left ankle and is doubtful for the return to Old Trafford.
Group E also includes the Celtic team from Ferguson's native Glasgow and Danish side Aalborg.
"The way I look at the Champions League is to get to 10 points," Ferguson said.
"If you get that you know you have qualified and you can look forward to February when it really starts to kick-in."
Twenty-four hours earlier, Chelsea, which was denied the European Cup on penalty kicks in May, hosts Bordeaux at the start of a long journey to the final at AS Roma's ground.
The Italians are also in Group A and meet Romanian Champions League newcomers CFR Clujnapoca. A Champions League triumph is top of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's priority list, and a second place wasn't enough to save former manager Avram Grant's job.
"For me, the Champions League is not more important than the Carling Cup," said new manager Luiz Felipe Scolari, referring to England's second-tier knockout competition.
"It is important but it is not more important than a league game. We need to think game by game."

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Jumaat, 12 September 2008

Man United's Nani: 'Don't Compare Me To Ronaldo'

Manchester United winger Nani has played down comparisons with Portuguese and Manchester United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo.
21-year-old Nani arrived at Old Trafford from Sporting Lisbon last summer, who also sold Cristiano Ronaldo to the Red Devils in 2003. So given that Nani plays in a similar position, comparisons with Ronaldo were always going to be drawn.
Nani had a mixed first season in the Premier league with United, but did show some signs in his performances of why Sir Alex Ferguson paid Sporting £17million for him last summer.
However, the Portuguese International still aims to be one of the world elite, but insists he is a different type of player to Ronaldo, who is favourite to be crowned FIFA World Player of the Year this year.
“I do not want to be compared with Cristiano Ronaldo,’ said Nani.
“We have different functions and our style of play is different.
“My dream is not to be better than Cristiano Ronaldo, but to be considered as one of the major stars of world football.”
“To be the best I will have to work hard, I believe that I can be stronger and if I do that I will get where I want to be.”


Selasa, 9 September 2008

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Zidane: Ronaldo is world's best

Holder of the world's largest transfer fee Zinedine Zidane picked up plentiful individual awards during his playing days and believes Cristiano Ronaldo is set to do the same.Zidane, who was awarded the Fifa World Player of the Year on three separate occasions, has backed Ronaldo to pick up the first of his this year for his 42-goal return last season. "Cristiano Ronaldo is in a good position to win it," Zidane is quoted by Setanta Sports as saying."Then, it’s a question of feeling. When I was playing, some preferred Zidane to Ronaldo and vice-versa... As far as I’m concerned, Cristiano Ronaldo has an edge regarding the whole season," he concluded.Ronaldo was recently rewarded with the Uefa Player of the Year award for his performances in last season's Champions League. He also scored the opening goal in the European final in Moscow.