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Sunday, January 14, 2007

 

Manchester United Keeps 6 point lead over Chelsea.



Manchester United remained six points clear at the top of the English Premiership after a 3-1 win against Aston Villa at Old Trafford on Saturday.

First-half goals from Park Ji-Sung, Michael Carrick and Cristiano Ronaldo put Sir Alex Ferguson's side in an impregnable position.

It was United's third win over the Birmingham club in as many weeks after a 3-0 success in the league at Villa Park and a 2-1 third round FA Cup victory last weekend.

Reigning champions Chelsea stayed second with a 4-0 home victory over Wigan while Liverpool remained third after a 3-0 win away to basement club Watford.

Fourth-placed Arsenal again belied their reputation for being a soft touch in the north with a 2-0 win away to Blackburn despite playing most of the match with 10 men.

They lost Gilberto Silva in the 15th minute after the Brazil midfielder was sent-off for kicking out at Robbie Savage.

Despite that setback Kolo Toure put Arsenal ahead before a rapid counter-attack goal from skipper Thierry Henry sealed victory 19 minutes from time at Ewood Park.

Struggling Charlton went down 3-1 against Middlesbrough while West Ham also stayed in the relegation zone after a 3-3 draw against London rivals Fulham.

Bolton remained fifth with a goalless draw at home to Manchester City while Euro rivals Portsmouth, in sixth, drew 1-1 away to Sheffield United.

South Korea international Park followed up his own blocked shot to give Manchester United an 11th minute lead against Villa.

Two minutes later Park turned provider for Carrick before the England midfielder supplied the cross for Ronaldo to head home in the 35th minute.

Gabriel Agbonlahor pulled a goal back for Villa early in the second-half.

"We had a lot of chances and played some good football which we capitalised on," Ferguson said.

Frank Lampard ignored the speculation surrounding manager Jose Mourinho's future to fire Chelsea into an early lead with a long-range free-kick.

But a first win in four league games wasn't secured until Arjen Robben made it 2-0 on the hour before the Dutch international's 70th minute cross was turned into his own net by Wigan keeper Chris Kirkland.

Didier Drogba added a fourth in the final minute at Stamford Bridge.

Afterwards, Portuguese boss Mourinho refused to be drawn about his future.

"Chelsea is important, not me," he said.

West Ham remained in the bottom three after a see-saw home draw.

Tomasz Radzinski gave Fulham a 16th-minute lead before striker Bobby Zamora, sent off late-on for a second yellow-card, levelled.

Yossi Benayoun put the Hammers ahead early in the second-half but Fulham's United States striker Brian McBride tied the game at 2-2.

However, Israeli international Benayoun restored West Ham's lead before French defender Philippe Christanval drew Fulham level in the last minute

Charlton went ahead through former Boro striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink at The Valley.

But Boro bounced back through Lee Cattermole's equaliser on the stroke of half-time before goals from Julio Arca and Aiyegbeni Yakubu completed the recovery.

Craig Bellamy's strike and a double from fellow striker Peter Crouch gave Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez a much-needed victory at Watford.

The Spaniard had been widely criticised for fielding a weakened side in Tuesday's humiliating 6-3 League Cup quarter-final loss to Arsenal at Anfield - days after the Gunners had also dumped Liverpool out of the FA Cup.

"We have confidence and the team is more consistent now," said Benitez.

Bellamy opened the scoring in the 33rd minute and England forward Crouch added the second seven minutes later when he headed past Ben Foster after the Watford keeper parried Bellamy's effort.

Crouch wrapped up the game early in the second-half after turning in Bellamy's cross.

Bolton were fortunate to gain a goalless draw after City's Joey Barton missed an excellent chance but manager Sam Allardyce was upbeat.

"If we can win half the games we've got left we will certainly get a UEFA Cup place," he said.

Portsmouth went behind to Stephen Quinn's free-kick before Gary O'Neil capitalised on Claude Davis's error to equalise nine minutes frome time.

Seventh-placed Tottenham can close the gap on Pompey to two points if they beat Newcastle on Sunday while Reading travel to Everton.

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Saturday, January 13, 2007

 

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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

 

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Tuesday, January 09, 2007

 

United against Pompey, Arsenal face Bolton in FA Cup

Premier League leaders Manchester United will face high-flyers Portsmouth at Old Trafford in the FA Cup after the draw for the fourth round was made on Monday.

In another top-six clash, Arsenal (fourth) are at home to fifth-placed bogey side Bolton Wanderers.

Chelsea, currently second in the Premier League, will also be at home where they will face League One Nottingham Forest, 2-0 conquerors of Premiership strugglers Charlton in the third round.

Arsenal have already overcome Premiership opposition in this season's FA Cup, knocking out holders Liverpool with a 3-1 win at Anfield last weekend.
But Bolton, in their last seven games against Arsenal, have won four, drawn two and lost just one.

Back in November, United beat Portsmouth, presently sixth in the table, 3-0 in a league match at Old Trafford.

Both sides were involved in all-Premiership clashes last weekend, with Portsmouth beating Wigan 2-1 at Fratton Park and United defeating Aston Villa 2-1 with an injury-time winner.

West Ham, last season's beaten finalists, are at home to fellow Premiership strugglers Watford.

League One promotion hopefuls Swansea, who beat top-flight Sheffield United 3-0 in the third round, now have a trip to either Ipswich or Chester - the lowest-placed club left in the draw at 15th in League Two, the fourth tier of the English professional game.

There is also the prospect of a fourth-round clash between Midlands arch-rivals West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton, who both play in the Championship.

West Brom, eyeing promotion to the Premier League, are already through to the last 32 after beating Leeds, but Wolves need to overcome League One Oldham in a third round replay if they are to set up a 'Black Country' derby.

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Bristol City or Coventry v Hull or Middlesbrough

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Barnet or Colchester United v Peterborough or Plymouth

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Manchester United v Portsmouth

Blackpool v Norwich

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Monday, January 08, 2007

 

Solskjaer and Larsson strike to send Utd through


Manchester United have, over the years, become accustomed to rivals galore eyeing their assembled band of superstars with more than a touch of envy, the Old Trafford outfit’s conveyer belt of imperious talent often, and quite rightly, the talk of the town come any given season’s final reckoning.

As the dust settles on United’s last gasp 2-1 FA Cup third round victory against Aston Villa, many observers are already predicting that, with Sir Alex Ferguson’s charges still alive and kicking in three competitions, May 2007 may yet be another momentous occasion for a club synonymous with enjoying more than its fair share of happy times.

Indeed, amid the obvious euphoria and bright predictions that followed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s injury time winner and a man-of-the-match performance from new kid on the block Henrik Larsson, there can be little doubt that this victory for the latest generation of Red Devils was earned through sheer hard graft and determination - vital and potentially glory grabbing additions to a locker already packed to the rafters with flicks and tricks.

A collective rolling up of the sleeves soon became the order of the day as, under leaden skies, United’s neat build up work was all too often ruined by a profligacy in front of goal that threatened to test the patience of even the most ardent Stretford End inhabitant.

Amid a morass of first half mediocrity, Larsson continually provided the brighter moments. After a week of intense media hype, the dazzling Swede, all sumptuous touches and incisive passing, wasted little time in showing an expectant audience that he still has the guile and fitness to shine on the biggest of stages.

"I'm delighted for Henrik. I wanted to find out about his fitness and sharpness and he has proved that with this performance," said an ebullient Ferguson after the game.

"I think he can score some very important goals during his time with us. He's done that throughout his career. Eric Cantona did the same thing and I think Henrik can make a big impact too."

From a delicate, early chested pass that fellow front man Wayne Rooney could only blast over, to a powerful shot that Gabor Kiraly did well to beat away, Larsson quickly played his way into the hearts and minds of the United faithful, his standing ovation when substituted testimony to the stature of his first outing in the famous red shirt.

Ten minutes after the break, the former Celtic and Barcelona star struck with deadly accuracy from twelve yards to give his new employers the lead their play just about deserved. Found by Rooney, United’s number 17 beat Kiraly with ease before embarking on a wild celebratory run. How Old Trafford roared.
Moments later, Ryan Giggs brushed the Villa bar with a deftly taken free-kick and Cristiano Ronaldo hammered a shot into Kiraly’s side netting. Below par or not, United were edging ever nearer to a place in the next round. Or so they thought.

Woeful under David O’Leary, Villa are developing nicely under the wily Martin O’Neill and came close to restoring parity midway through the second period when the impressive Gary Cahill powered a header narrowly wide of Tomasz Kuszczak’s post.

Sixteen minutes from time, Milan Baros, with the host defence pushing out for offside, found himself free in the penalty area. The Czech Republic international’s subsequent strike powering past a flailing Kuszczak to send the travelling Villa hordes into raptures.

Solskjaer on for a tiring Larsson was, however, to provide the last twist to a fascinating day when he lashed home a late, late winner that squirmed under a decidedly embarrassed Kiraly.

With Larsson scheduled to spend another three months at the cutting edge of United’s challenge for silverware, the future for a team already six points clear at the Premiership’s summit, through to the UEFA Champions League’s last 16 and with the whiff of FA Cup glory in their nostrils, appears to be rosier than ever.

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Saturday, January 06, 2007

 

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Hargreaves can go for 30 million euros


Bayern Munich president Franz Beckenbauer opened the door Friday for Manchester United to sign England midfielder Owen Hargreaves, but only if they stump up 30 million euros. Beckenbauer said in sports newspaper Bild that it would take an offer of that size to tempt the German double-winners into selling.
"If Manchester United came to see us with that offer of 30 million euros that everyone is talking about, we would have to think about it," Beckenbauer wrote.

"That is a figure that would allow us to be active in the transfer market."

Until now, Bayern have stoically refused to do business with United over a player whose stock rose hugely during last year's World Cup, particularly during England's quarter-final defeat, on penalties, to Portugal.

With Wayne Rooney sent-off, Hargreaves seemed to take on the role of two men to make light England's numerical disadvantage.

However, the Kaiser's comments come in stark contrast to the position held by Bayern's general manager Karl-Heinz Rummenigge since United first made inquiries about the Canadian-born player before the season began.

Rummenigge claimed in August that Hargreaves was not for sale and warned the midfielder about his conduct after the England man went on record saying he wanted to join United.

Only last month, Hargreaves said his desire to join United was related to a wish to play in the league whose national team he represents and was not financially motivated, something Beckenbauer disputes.

"It is normal to want to keep a player who has just extended his contract and who only wants to join another club because they will pay him better," added Beckenbauer.

Hargreaves, who has been out injured since September after breaking his leg, joined Bayern in 1997 and last season signed a contract extension taking him through to 2010.

But last month he said of his desire to join United: "It's about the opportunity to possibly play in another league I haven't played in before, which is also the country I represent and where my family lives.

"If people don't understand that, I don't expect them to. It's not their life. It's mine. But I don't think anyone in the football world is in the same situation as mine.

"But it's not like I'm saying I want to go to AC Milan or Inter Milan because they're offering me more money.

"It's because it's England and because Britain is where my family is. My parents and my brothers are in Canada, but the whole of my dad's side of the family is in Bolton and my mum's side is in Rhyl.

"I think some people don't realise that. They think I'm half-German or something, but I'm not. I was brought up by a British family. It just happened to be in Canada."

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A Slippery Slope for Chelski?

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been told by his superiors to sort out the team's performances, or suffer the consequences. If Roman Abramovich's business dealings are anything to go by, these 'consequences' could be cutthroat in nature. Could the unthinkable actually happen? Could Chelsea football club be about to dispense with the services of arguably the best club manager in the world?

It's clear that the Chelsea Board do not have an abundance of patience, just as it's clear that when you buy success, you demand it on an ongoing basis, and the team's recent results - to say nothing of their actual performances on the pitch - haven't reached the heady heights that such a substantial investment was presumably intended to guarantee.


Chelsea dropped four points at home during the festive period, and then followed that up with a fairly lacklustre draw at Villa Park on Tuesday night. Believe it or not, Chelsea's current home form is the worst ever in Mourinho's tenure, and the Board doesn't appear to be too sympathetic to Jose's protestations of tiredness and injury woes.


The 'spine' of the team (Petr Cech and John Terry) has been unavailable of late, coinciding (I use the terms mischievously) with Chelsea shipping an uncharacteristic number of goals - two each in games against Everton, Wigan, Reading and Fulham - something that would have been unheard of in either of the past two seasons. Significantly perhaps, Mourinho insisted on a keeping a small squad coming into this season, and it's clear that while he may have cover in every position, he cannot bring in like for like. Khalid Boulahrouz for example, is no John Terry and Hilario doesn't have the commanding presence of Petr Cech, or even Carlo Cudicini for that matter.


Having insisted that Chelsea would be curbing their spending in the transfer market - the club has made massive losses in every year of the Abramovich era - there now seems to be an about turn, with the club keen to sign a central defender, at least for the remainder of the season. Sol Campbell has been linked to the club, although he would surely be nothing more than a stop-gap. Manchester City's Micah Richards seems to be much admired, but in an ironic plot thickening, Mourinho has come out and blasted the inflated prices of players in the Premiership, claiming that he would rather include his 55-year-old assistant Baltemar Brito in the team than pay over the odds for a recognised player. The fact that it is Chelsea's spending power, backed by Abramovich's millions, that has inflated the prices in the first place, seems to have escaped him.


The questions remain. Should Chelsea try to buy themselves out of trouble? Are they not in any trouble at all bearing in mind the gap at the top is a mere six points and Manchester United still have to travel to Stamford Bridge? Are we making a mountain out of a molehill by talking about a club in crisis, or is Mourinho's job seriously under threat? What do you think? Give Your Suggestion.

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