Sunday, December 2, 2007

Arsenal Went Five Points Clear at the Top

Flamni Shoot to Aston VillaPremier League leaders Arsenal Club went five points clear at the top after an impressive away win over Aston Villa Club.

Arsenal had to come from behind after Craig Gardner side-footed past Manuel Almunia to give Villa Team an early lead.

But by the interval Arsenal team were ahead after keeper Scott Carson was beaten by Mathieu Flamini's ferocious shot and Emmanuel Adebayor's thumping header.

John Carew came desperately close to equalising for Villa when his angled header came back off the crossbar.

Aston Villa Football Club 1-2 Arsenal Football Club

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Liverpool Hit Eight to Boost Euro Bid

Liverpool Hit Eight to Boost Euro BidYossi Benayoun grabbed a hat-trick as a rampant Liverpool Team beat Besiktas Team to keep their Champions League campaign alive. Peter Crouch slotted in after his first shot was saved to open the scoring.

Benayoun took down a cross and lashed home before twice side-footing in after John Arne Riise and Steven Gerrard had strikes parried into his path.

Gerrard powered in a shot, Ryan Babel backheeled in a deft goal and then deflected in a Besiktas clearance before Crouch nodded in for an eighth.

Liverpool Football Club 8-0 Besiktas Football Club

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Summary Barclays Premier League

Summary Barclays Premier LeagueArsenal Club is very top form, go to header of Premier League. But when you look Chelsea Club, they lose confidential in them team.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Ferguson Fumes after Man Utd Loss

Ferguson Fumes after Man Utd LossManchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was left "flabbergasted" by his young side's performance after their Carling Cup exit to Coventry.

The Sky Blues won through 2-0 and Ferguson said: "I did not expect that at all. I am not interested in giving reasons or mitigating circumstances.

"We have trumpeted these young lads a lot, so what has happened tonight was a big shock for us all.

"We didn't cope with the battle at all - it was just a very bad performance."

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Monday, August 20, 2007

Man City Football Club 1-0 Man Utd Football Club

Man City Football Club 1-0 Man Utd Football ClubManchester City Football Club made it three Premier League wins out of three this season with a shock win over rivals United.

Man United Club dominated the derby from the off and Nani forced Kasper Schmeichel into two good saves as City hung on.

The home side had created nothing until they took the lead when Geovanni's shot deflected home off Nemanja Vidic.

Vidic hit the bar and Carlos Tevez saw a late header fly wide but Manchester City, led by the impressive Micah Richards, held out and United are still winless this term.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Newcastle Exits From Stock Market

Newcastle United has withdrawn from the London Stock Exchange after being taken over by billionaire Mike Ashley. The Lillywhite's and Sports World owner took over the Premiership club in June after chairman Freddy Shepherd agreed to sell his 28% stake for £37.6m.

Subsequent share purchases took Mr Ashley's holding over the 75% mark, which triggered a full takeover. Mr. Ashley's 101p a share takeover offer, made by his company St James' Holdings, valued the club at £131m.

"The directors of Newcastle United wish to announce that, following an application to the UK Listing Authority, the listing of the company's ordinary shares of 5p each on the Official List has been cancelled," the firm said.

"The shares have ceased trading on the London Stock Exchange, in each case with effect from 8am this morning," it added in a statement.

News of the delisting was a formality after Mr Ashley's stake in the club passed the 90% level. Last week, Mr Ashley announced that he had amassed a 94.5% stake in the club, but he also said he would extend his share purchase offer to remaining shareholders until August.

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Friday, June 22, 2007

Boro Club Sign Turkey Striker Tuncay

Boro Club Sign Turkey Striker TuncayMiddlesbrough Club have signed Turkey striker Tuncay Sanli on a four-year deal, subject to a successful work permit application. The 25-year-old, who was at Fenerbahce, joins on a free transfer after passing a medical at Boro's training ground.

"We're delighted Tuncay has committed his future to the club," said the club's chief executive Keith Lamb. "We will now apply for his work permit but don't expect any problems with that. He'll join the squad on 6 July."

Tuncay, who has won 43 caps for his national side, has asked for the number 17 shirt at Boro, the same number he wears for Turkey. The forward struck 77 goals in 207 games for Turkish champions Fenerbahce and also scored a Champions League hat-trick against Manchester United Club.

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Friday, May 18, 2007

Final Round; Chelsea Club VS Manchester United Club

Final Round; Chelsea Club VS Manchester United ClubFA Cup Final Round
Date: Saturday, 19 May
Venue: Wembley
Referee: Steve Bennett (Kent)

Manchester United striker Louis Saha has been ruled out of the FA Cup final round against Chelsea Club with a knee injury. Saha has failed to overcome a knee problem to play.

United Club right-back Gary Neville has been ruled out with an ankle injury, while Chelsea Club are without Michael Ballack, Ricardo Carvalho and Andriy Shevchenko.

Blues boss Jose Mourinho also lamented his lack of players and also has doubts over Ashley Cole, Jon Obi-Mikel and Arjen Robben.

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Thursday, May 17, 2007

AC Milan Football Club 3-0 Man Utd Football Club(agg 5-3)

 AC Milan Football Club 3-0 Man Utd Football Club(agg 5-3)Sir Alex Ferguson conceded Manchester United Club had performed poorly during their 3-0 Champions League semi-final second leg defeat to AC Milan.

"Milan got their goals cheaply and that's disappointing," said Ferguson, whose side lost 5-3 on aggregate.

"They were sharper and quicker to the ball and I think they've been good winners. We were on the back foot all the time and found it difficult. "In fairness, we never looked like we were going to score."

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