Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Will Rise in Interest Rates Stop Manchester United Spending Over Summer?

Questions are being asked about whether Sir Alex Ferguson will have much money to spend over the summer.

Manchester United are facing a huge rise in their interest rate as debts continue to spiral at Old Trafford. It is being reported that the Reds could face £75million extra debt on top of the £716m arrears Red Football Ltd, the Glazers' holding company for Manchester United, registered at the start of the year.

The interest rate on United's loan of £220m will increase from 14.25 per cent to 16.25 per cent.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Manchester United Finish Second Despite 4-0 win Over Stoke

Manchester United finished second in the Premiership even after their 4-0 win against Stoke City yesterday.

Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti has said that their league double over Manchester United held the key to Chelsea's first Barclays Premier League title in four years.

The Blues beat United home and away but the 2-1 success at Old Trafford during the run-in was the most crucial.

Chelsea finished one point ahead of Manchester United after smashing eight past Wigan in their final game of a glorious campaign.

A hat-trick from Didier Drogba, a double from Nicolas Anelka and other goals from Salomon Kalou, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole made for a sensational last day.

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

I Just Do not See Chelsea Not Winning the Title

Sunday 9th May 2010
Arsenal v Fulham16:00Emirates Stadium

Aston Villa v Blackburn Rovers16:00Villa Park

Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City16:00Reebok Stadium

Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur16:00Turf Moor

Chelsea v Wigan Athletic16:00Stamford Bridge

Everton v Portsmouth16:00Goodison Park

Hull City v Liverpool16:00Kingston Comms Stadium

Manchester United v Stoke City16:00Old Trafford

West Ham United v Manchester City16:00Boleyn Ground

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Sunderland16:00Molineux

   Chelsea welcome Wigan to Stamford Bridge and Manchester United take on Stoke at Old Trafford.
No way will Wigan manage a draw, nevermind a win, so even if United beat Stoke it means Chelsea will have won the Premiership title.