Posts Tagged ‘really’

The shin-pad that could prove whether Fernando Torres really did dive

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

The shin-pad that could prove regardless of whether Fernando Torres truly did dive
In what could spell negative news for Chelsea striker Fernando Torres and other alleged serial divers, a crew of designers has created revolutionary “anti-dive” shin pads.

Neville: Followers abuse component of getting Guy Utd player
Chelsea Liverpool Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson Gary Neville says copping abuse from opposition supporters is part of currently being a Manchester United player. Confronted with the notion that abuse from enthusiasts has increased to unacceptable levels in latest a long time, he is sceptical. “I am not positive about that,” he told the Mail on Sunday . “You could say that individual abuse of players is ridiculous and wrong …

Manchester United two – Fulham: United widen gap at top rated
Manchester United 2 Berbatov 12, Valencia 32 Fulham 0

I’m sorry..European Qualifiers aren’t that exciting with all of these really bad teams! Club football is much better #liverpool

Monday, March 28th, 2011

I&aposm sorry..European Qualifiers aren&apost that enjoyable with all of these truly bad teams! Club football is significantly greater #liverpoolby floate13 (cody floate)

Jamie Carragher exclusive: What the Liverpool defender really thinks of Fergie, Neville and United

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

Jamie Carragher unique: What the Liverpool defender genuinely thinks of Fergie, Neville and United
The Liverpool defender on Sir Alex Ferguson, his choose of United’s players, his favourite staff-mates and why Liverpool beats Manchester fingers down . . . for new music.

Manchester United left fuming following defeat to Liverpool
Manchester United appeared to be cracking below strain final night after Dirk Kuyt’s hat-trick saw their quest for a recordbreaking 19th league title get a significant hit.

Ferguson snubs media after defeat
• Press blackout extends to club’s own channel, MUTV • Chief executive David Gill argues with referees chief Manchester United reacted to their three-1 defeat at Liverpool by imposing a media blackout, with Sir Alex Ferguson refusing to share his thoughts about a dismal afternoon for the Premier League leaders during which the club’s chief executive, David Gill, grew to become embroiled in a heated exchange …