Posts by steviewonder

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">Was ist überhaupt mit Haregreaves</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    Hat sich im Training ne Rippenprellung zugezogen. Für Hargreaves wirds schwer. Er ist zwar ein toller Spieler, aber im Gegensatz zu Anderson und Carrick ziemlich verletzungsanfällig.</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    wenn er fit ist, ist hargreaves gesetzt

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">In Manchester kriegst du doch keine 100 Schönheiten zusammen. Da leben doch fast nur Engländer :D</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    idiot 8-)


    und wer dem artikel glauben schenkt, ist auch einer :x</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    Ja, die Engländer wieder mit ihrer Humorlosigkeit.....</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    ich finde das nicht lustig ... deutsche männer sind alle impotent :D

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">In Manchester kriegst du doch keine 100 Schönheiten zusammen. Da leben doch fast nur Engländer :D</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    idiot 8-)


    und wer dem artikel glauben schenkt, ist auch einer :x

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">Da scheint er ja mal ein gutes Spiel gemacht zu haben, aber wie läuft es ihm eigentlich so allgemein bisher bei ManU?</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    hatte mit ein paar zipperlein zu kämpfen, aber wenn er fit war, stand er immer in der startelf ; bislang in der liga 7 spiele verpasst; 8 spiele über 90 minuten; 2x ein-bzw. ausgewechselt; (natürlich) kein tor; 1 gelbe karte

    Man of the match: Hargreaves.


    quelle: independent.co.uk


    Owen Hargreaves – 8: Was absolutely everywhere on the pitch. Stamped his authority against Gerrard and Mascherano, making sure United were never uncomfortable in the middle.


    quelle: goal.com


    Owen Hargreaves used all his experience in midfield to win the ball and use it sensibly


    quelle: thesun.co.uk


    Rio Ferdinand was named man of the match for his subduing of Fernando Torres, while Hargreaves went on to give a decent display of snuffing out danger. At Juventus and Real Madrid, Capello often deployed two holding players and his desire for a solid platform could make Hargreaves one of the first names on the England teamsheet.


    Steve McClaren’s last big mistake as head coach was not starting Hargreaves against Croatia at Wembley. He compounded the error by not bringing him off the bench as soon as England clawed back to 2-2. Some of his own players were flabbergasted and, if yesterday’s positional discipline is anything to go by, Hargreaves will quickly leap ahead of Gareth Barry as England’s midfield screen.


    His first few months at Old Trafford were interrupted by injury, but Hargreaves is growing into the role at United. A fee of £20 million was a lot to pay for a destructive player, but he can take a decent free kick when Wayne Rooney or Cristiano Ronaldo allow him. Best of all, he is a diligent self-improver, which will make him a valuable long-term asset to United just so long as no one tries to compare him to the incomparable Roy Keane


    quelle: timesonline.co.uk

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">warum nicht die 5 ?</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    im ernst?</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    van buyten?

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">welche nummer wird er bekommen?!


    in sao paulo hatte er die 33...</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    so lange es nicht die 0815 wird :D

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">einen Punkt nur noch auf Arsenal</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    und nächtse woche hoffentlich zwei vorsprung - da bin ich ausnahmsweise mal für chelsea :-O

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">"Hargreaves injured himself in training. Again."</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    quatsch - er wäre in der start-elf gestanden, hat sich aber beim aufwärmen eine wadenzerrung zugezogen

    United unveil Munich tributes


    Manchester United have announced plans to mark the 50th anniversary of the Munich air disaster on 6 February 2008.


    * United players to wear a retro 1950s-style kit against Manchester City on 10 February
    * Permanent, free exhibition telling the story of the Busby Babes
    * South Stand tunnel to be renamed the Munich Tunnel
    * Memorial service involving survivors, relatives of those who died, guests and fans
    * MUTV to broadcast free-to-air on 6 February


    The centrepiece of the commemorations will be the creation of a free, permanent exhibition telling the story of the Busby Babes. The exhibition, to be unveiled in the South Stand tunnel at Old Trafford (which will be renamed the Munich Tunnel), will be open to all visitors and designed to educate younger fans about the Busby Babes' early triumphs, the tragedy of the crash, the rebuilding process and United's eventual European Cup triumph in 1968.


    A memorial service involving survivors and relatives of those who died will be held in the Manchester Suite at Old Trafford. The service will coincide with the moment in 1958 that the plane carrying players and staff back from Belgrade crashed on take-off at Munich airport. Details outlining how United fans can join invited guests will be published in January.


    In addition, United's subscription TV channel, MUTV, will broadcast a series of exclusive, in-depth features and documentaries on 6 February, when all programmes will be free-to-air and without advertisements to Sky and cable customers.


    The Reds' closest home match to the anniversary is on 10 February against neighbours Manchester City, who provided considerable support and assistance in the immediate aftermath of the crash and whose former goalkeeper, Frank Swift – a journalist on the ill-fated flight – died in the wreckage. Following a request some months ago, the Premier League has agreed to set aside its usual rules on kit design to allow the team to wear a special 1950s-style kit in the match, free from sponsorship and numbered 1 to 11. The kit is a one-off and will not be available for purchase. All fans present at the 10 February game will receive a memento of the occasion.


    Club Chief Executive David Gill said: “The Munich air crash was not just about Manchester United. It devastated the lives of the 23 families of those who died, as well as those who never played again and united a city in grief. Those who are able to remember it say it was Manchester’s 'Kennedy moment': everyone knows where they were when the terrible news came through.


    “It is a heavy responsibility that those of us who work for this great Club and those who live and work in this magnificent city have to show respect, admiration and regret over that loss some five decades ago. I hope the exhibition will enable generations of fans to understand the place Sir Matt and his teams have in the Club’s history, from the birth of the Babes to his crowning achievement in 1968.


    “I believe that, in partnership with the families, fans, authorities, Manchester City and our sponsors, we have created a programme that will enable everyone to remember, pay respect to and learn about a wonderful side, cut down in its prime.


    “The sincere thanks of the Club go to AIG and Nike for their wholehearted backing for the kit change, and to the Premier League for allowing us to mark the event in a unique way.”


    quelle: manutd.com

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">kann mir eigentlich jemand sagen was jetzt eigentlich mit Gary Neville los ist? Weil die Sagnol ja anscheinend wollen</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    dass sie sagnol wollen, ist nur ein gerücht - ich glaube kaum, dass sie einen so alten spieler verpflichten werden


    neville ist schon ne ganze weile verletzt - das ist so ne ähnliche geschichte wie bei ballack

    <span style="font-weight:bold; font-style:italic">Zitat:</span><br><span style="font-style:italic">mein gott, immer diese phrasendrescherei mit der tribüne.... 8-)


    da muss man halt mal fairerweise eingestehen, dass es bessere mannschaften als den fcb in europa gibt. lahm ist ein (zukünftiger)weltklasse-spieler - dass er als solcher früher oder später auch bei einem top5-verein spielen will, ist verständlich und nachvollziehbar</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    wieso dann kann er ja hier bleiben. spätestens nächste saison gehört der FCB wieder zu den Top5 Vereinen in Europa :D</span><br>-------------------------------------------------------


    weil er den uefa-cup gewonnen hat, bestimmt nicht ....

    mein gott, immer diese phrasendrescherei mit der tribüne.... 8-)


    da muss man halt mal fairerweise eingestehen, dass es bessere mannschaften als den fcb in europa gibt. lahm ist ein (zukünftiger)weltklasse-spieler - dass er als solcher früher oder später auch bei einem top5-verein spielen will, ist verständlich und nachvollziehbar