Monday, August 14, 2006
Manchester United vs Sevilla
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At 12:41 PM, Blogger electrical life sucks

Fergie still keen on signing midfielder

Sir Alex Ferguson is still hopeful of adding another midfielder to his squad ahead of the Premiership kick-off this weekend.
Following the £14million capture of Michael Carrick two weeks ago, the Reds have been heavily linked with Bayern Munich's Owen Hargreaves, Villarreal's Marcos Senna and Lyon ace Mahamadou Diarra in recent weeks.
"We are trying very hard to get another midfield player in," confirmed Sir Alex.
"But, at the end of the day, I have a terrific squad of players with great ability.

Saha tipped to shine

"Louis is a fantastic footballer, there is no doubt about that," said Ferguson.
"He has everything; great pace and two good feet. He is good in the air and exceptionally powerful."
Saha began to show his best form in the second half of last season and, with van Nistelrooy sold to Real Madrid, Ferguson expects Saha to pick up the Dutchman's goalscoring baton.
"He only started playing in November last year and he still ended up with 15 goals," he said. "I think he could easily score 25 for us this season."


At 2:19 PM, Blogger electrical life sucks

dont forget to watch eng vs greece tonite k kol 3 pagi kot...x ingat the exact time..check ar buku.

-under 21
eng v moldova 2 - 2..walcott score 1...lg 1 sape tah,x knal.



At 2:25 PM, Blogger electrical life sucks

Manchester United duo Wayne Rooney and Paul Scholes have both had their appeals against three-match bans rejected by the Football Association.The bans start on 23 August, allowing Rooney and Scholes to play in United's opening league game against Fulham.But they will miss the fixtures against Charlton, Watford and Tottenham.

official n final decision.


At 2:31 PM, Blogger electrical life sucks

england starting 11 tonite vs greece

Paul Robinson(GK); Gary Neville(RB), Rio Ferdinand(CB), John Terry (captain)(CB), Ashley Cole(LB); Steven Gerrard(RMF), Owen Hargreaves(DMF), Frank Lampard(CMF), Stewart Downing(LMF), Jermain Defoe(ST), Peter Crouch(CF).

formation : 4-4-2 as usual.