Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Manchester United Deserved Victory

Manchester United came away from the San Siro with a 0-0 Champions League draw with Inter Milan.

In the first half United had more possession, more shots on target, and looked the best team by far.

Inter came out fighting in the second half, but on balance Man. United should have won the match.

Hopefully United will do what`s necessary in a couple of weeks in the return leg at Old Trafford.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Manchester United Just Make it Past Blackburn

A goal by Wayne Rooney got Manchester United off to a great start against Blackburn Rovers. But, when Rovers got one back things didn`t look so good.

Thanks to a fantastic free kick by Cristiano Ronaldo in the second half United won the match 2-1.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Neville agrees new Man Utd deal

Manchester United captain Gary Neville has agreed terms on a one-year contract extension which will keep him at Old Trafford until 2010.

The 34-year-old has spent his entire career at Old Trafford and made his debut against Torpedo Moscow in 1992. He has made 565 appearances during his Manchester United career

Neville joins fellow veteran Ryan Giggs in signing a new deal at the club.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Easy 3-0 Win Over Fulham for Manchester United

Dimitar Berbatov has praised the contribution of Paul Scholes after he helped Manchester United to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table.

The Bulgarian striker believes the former England international is among the world's best midfielders after he scored the opening goal in the 3-0 victory over Fulham at Old Trafford last night.

United stretched their lead at the top after goals from Scholes and Berbatov - then in the second half from Rooney, returning after injury. Rooney had only been on the field for a couple of minutes when he hit the back of the net to seal United`s win.

Monday, February 16, 2009

United Romp Past Derby 1-4

United waltzed past Derby and into the quarter-finals where they will travel to either Swansea or Fulham.

Winning has become so routine for Manchester United that the only thing that seemingly interests their manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, now is how they get there. The route he took here was arguably the Scot's most ambitious: playing without any recognised strikers.

So how ominous for United's coming opponents that despite this self-imposed handicap, they still won comfortably. With Wayne Rooney still injured, Dimitar Berbatov was rested and Carlos Tevez restricted to a place on the bench.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Good Few Days

It`s all happening. Manchester United go back to the top of the Premiership after their one goal win over West Ham on Sunday. What a fantastic goal by Ryan Giggs with his right foot.

Tony Adams gets sacked at Portsmouth, and Chelsea once again show they have more money than sense by firing their manager, Scolari. Now, hopefully they`ll bring back Avram Grant and they`ll win nothing this year.

Thursday, February 05, 2009

Camping Breaks Are a Great Time To Enjoy Some Football

The good thing about football is that with a ball, something to put on the grass to serve as goalposts, and a little imagination, you can be a Cristiano Ronaldo or Edwin van der Sar almost anywhere you are.

And it doesn`t matter about whether you have a large field to play on, a beach, or just a small area outside your tent, there`s usually somewhere you can set up your very own `football pitch.`

Once the warm weather returns to the UK I think a lot of people who in times past will have gone abroad to go on holiday will, this year, choose to stay home in Britain because of the cost of foreign holidays.

And those who do still want to leave our shores may be considering ways to cut down on costs.

If life under canvas appeals, the first place to cut down on unnecessary expense is in the purchasing of your camping equipment. That doesn`t have to mean sacrificing quality to save money though. Buying the best you can afford is often the most economical way, since good quality goods will last longer. Buying good camping equipment will mean you can use it time and time again for those short breaks, or main holidays.

At Camping Online they are dedicated to providing a good quality, fast service, with discounted prices on camping equipment available through the internet. Choose from a wide range of tents, stoves, airbeds, camp beds,inflatamats, rollmats,camping stoves, and camping gaz.

Their camping chairs are handy for a number of activities, such as the beach, and of course watching your kids at football practice.