Monday, April 29, 2013

Guard Of Honour...for the Arsenal!!

Guard of honour: Arsenal's Champions League-chasing team applaud Manchester United onto the pitch
Guard of honour: Arsenal's Champions League-chasing team applaud Manchester United onto the pitch
Strong team: Despite having the title secured, United haven't rested their best players
Strong team: Despite having the title secured, United haven't rested their best players
Well observed: Arsenal's players took the tradition seriously
Well observed: Arsenal's players took the tradition seriously
Deserved: It was right that United's achievement was marked
Deserved: It was right that United's achievement was marked
Arsenal's players today gave Premier League champions Manchester United a guard of honour to mark their impressive title victory.
There had been speculation the two clubs' status as rivals, as well as former captain Robin van Persie's summer transfer to United, would encourage the home side to resist continuing the long-standing tradition.
But after manager Arsene Wenger had revealed a desire to do so, his side produced the painful guard of honour and applauded champions United onto the pitch for today's match. 
United have little beyond pride to play for for the rest of the season, although the uncertainty surrounding Wayne Rooney's future and the atmosphere around Van Persie's return may make those two believe otherwise. 
Arsenal, however, will be desperate to win and must do so to give themselves the greatest possible chance of reaching the top four and qualifying for next season's Champions League.
Fans at The Emirates were largely respectful of the guard of honour, though there were also some boos, most of which appeared to be aimed at former striker Van Persie.
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Woohooo....thank you adikku and rakan sekerjaku yg sokong Arsenal tu....memey bebaloi-baloi..wakakaka!! Walau semalam aku tengok United main mcm alakadar jer..janji tak kalah!! And yg paling BEST, RvP20 skor sebijik depan fan Arsenal yg 'boo' kat dia..baru padan muka....member dah carry on with his life and dah menang PIALA dah pun...jangan la nak jeles..ekeke!!

Lepas ni ada 3 game lagi..lawan Chelsea,Swansea and West Brom..rasa mcm malas je nak tengok dah game2 ni!! Tapi takpe, demi UNITED akan ku celebrate bersamaMU di tiga game terakhir nanti..apalagi time lawan Swansea @home..masa ni lah PIALA EPL akan diserahkan di hadapan penyokong United...yeehaaa!! 20...20...20..!! Champione...champione...ole...ole....

Tuesday, April 23, 2013


RvP20....HATTRICK hero!!

Woohooo...gelaran JUARA LIGA EPL buat kali ke 20 sudah dalam genggaman!! Walau ada 4 game lagi tapi United kini dah tak dapat dikejar oleh our NOISY neighbour!! Kegeraman..kekecewaan last season kini terubat jugak..tak sia2 aku tak tido semalaman!! Dapat lak tengok goal of the season or maybe goal of the decade by our very own HATTRICK hero..Mr.RvP20!! Korang tengok tak goal tu..memang power n cun giler siut!! Kalo tak tengok korang mesti tengok..pasti terkesima punyer la!! 

Okla..kali ni aku teruja nak post satu artikel yang aku baca kat ni coz aku rasa better aku kongsikan bersama korang semua - geng2 United,tak kira tua,muda..baru or yang lama!! 
PICTURES with a THOUSANDS word..all Man Utd 20th league titles!! Enjoy...yeehaaa!!


1907-08 ... Back row (l-r): Downie, Burgess. Standing: Taylor (director), Nuttall (assistant trainer), Stafford (director), Broomfield, Stacey, Duckworth, Holden, Bell, Moger, Bacon (trainer), Mangall (sec, manager). Sitting: Picken, Bannister, Turnbull, Roberts, Halse, Turnbull. Front: Meredith, Wall
WINGER Billy Meredith was signed from Manchester City and inspired United to their first Football League Championship.
Sandy Turnbull, also poached from City, top scored with 27 goals.
Winning margin: 9 points


Manchester United
HAROLD HALSE scored twice as United thumped Sunderland 5-1 to win the title on the final day of the season in their first full year at Old Trafford.
Winning margin: 1 point


Manchester United
UNITED ended a 41-year title drought as Jackie Blanchflower and Roger Byrne — the first of the Busby Babes — burst onto the scene.
Winning margin: 4 points

1955-56, 1956-57

Manchester United
BYRNE led United to back-to-back titles as boss Matt Busby cemented his place in Old Trafford history.
A young Bobby Charlton scored 12 goals in 17 games in the 1956-57 season. Tragically, Byrne was among eight United players killed a year later in the Munich Air Disaster.
Winning margin: 11 points (55-56), 8 points (56-57)


Manchester United
GEORGE BEST, Denis Law and Bobby Charlton led the way in a thrilling season that saw United pip Leeds to the title on goal difference.
Winning margin: Goal difference


Manchester United
MORE title glory for United, who secured a spot in the European Cup — which Matt Busby’s side went on to win the following season.
Winning margin: 4 points


Manchester United
ALEX FERGUSON led Manchester United to their first title in 26 years in the first season of the Premier League.
United were crowned champions with a 3-1 victory over Blackburn on May 3 after title rivals Aston Villa had lost to Oldham the previous day.
Winning margin: 10 points, Games left: 2


Manchester United
ERIC CANTONA and Ryan Giggs scored as Manchester United wrapped up their second Premier League title with a 2-1 at Ipswich on May 1.
Cantona dazzled for United in his first full season, leading United — who also won the FA Cup but lost in the League Cup final — to unheard of domestic supremacy.
Winning margin: 6 points, Games left: 2


Manchester United
CANTONA returned from his eight-month kung fu-kick ban to help United bag a second league and cup Double.
Final-day victory over Middlesbrough sealed the title and left Alan Hansen’s claim that “you can’t win anything with kids” in tatters.
Winning margin: 4, Games left: 0


Manchester United
UNITED cruised to yet another title, beating the chasing pack by seven points — but were then rocked by Cantona’s shock retirement in May.
Winning margin: 7, Games left: 2


Manchester United
DAVID BECKHAM and Andy Cole shot down Tottenham on the final day of the season to seal a FIFTH title of the 90s.
United’s magic year then got even better as FA Cup and Champions League final wins saw Alex Ferguson’s side land a historic Treble.
Winning margin: 1, Games left: 0


Manchester United
A GLORY-SOAKED decade kicked off in style as United win the title by a staggering EIGHTEEN points.
Winning margin: 18, Games left: 4


Manchester United
ALEX FERGUSON became the first boss in English football to land three straight titles — as United recorded their earliest Premier League win.
The Red Devils were crowned champs on April 14 when they beat Coventry 4-2 and Arsenal lost at home to Middlesbrough.
Winning margin: 10, Games left: 5


Manchester United
RIO FERDINAND was signed for £30million from Leeds and helped United to yet another Premier League title.
Winning margin: 5, Games left: 1


Manchester United
THE rise of Arsenal and Chelsea left United title-less for three years.
But that drought finally ended as Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo swept United to the Prem crown on the penultimate weekend of the season.
Winning margin: 6, Games left: 2


Manchester United
ANOTHER Double for United as Ronaldo scored a mind-blowing 42 GOALS in the campaign.
Victory was sealed with a win over Wigan on the final day of the season.
Winning margin: 2, Games left: 0


Manchester United
LIVERPOOL were seven points clear at one point — but United chased down the Reds to finish top and equal their rivals’ 18-title record.
Winning margin: 4, Games left: 1


Manchester United
UNITED’S most recent title made them the most decorated team in English league football history.
A 1-1 draw at Blackburn on May 14 brought yet another crown to Old Trafford.
Winning margin: 9, Games left: 1


Alex Ferguson
GLEE FOR VICTORY ... Fergie's United are Prem kings again
VICTORY over Aston Villa saw United claw back their title from deadly rivals Manchester City.
Games left: 4

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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

TOP 10 greatest COMEBACKS from the COMEBACK KING!!!

Fergie's not the only manager to have inspired memorable Man United comebacks. In the first leg of this European tie, Ron Atkinson's Red Devils lost 2-0 at the Nou Camp and few gave them any chance against a Barcelona team containing Diego Maradona. A diving header from Bryan Robson on 22 minutes brought a packed Old Trafford to life in the second leg and Captain Marvel did the business again to level things after 50 minutes. Frank Stapleton popped up with the winner two minutes later to complete a remarkable comeback. 
MANCHESTER UNITED 2 Sheffield Wednesday 1, 1992/93 PREMIER LEAGUE
The comeback that launched an era of Fergie title domination and questionable time keeping at Old Trafford. A year earlier, Man United had blown the title with three defeats over Easter and they were in danger of throwing it away again in 1993. Neck and neck with Aston Villa in the league, United trailed Sheffield Wednesday after 86 minutes when Steve Bruce popped up to equalise. Desperately needing a win, Bruce produced a winner as seven minutes of injury time were played and a vital three points helped Fergie clinch United's first title in 26 years.

Niall Quinn put Man City two up by half-time of this derby at Maine Road in November 1993, before a goal from Eric Cantona gave the visitors hope after 52 minutes. As the minutes ticked away, it looked as though it would be nothing more than a consolation, until Cantona grabbed the equaliser 13 minutes from time. Summer signing Roy Keane clinched a dramatic winner after 86 minutes to shatter City and United were on their way to a double-winning season.

Five months before the injury time comeback against Bayern clinched the treble, Manchester United laid the foundations for a remarkable season with a dramatic late victory over their arch rivals. Michael Owen gave Liverpool the lead after just two minutes of this FA Cup fourth round tie at Old Trafford and, with just two minutes remaining, the Reds were on the brink of knocking out United. Dwight Yorke grabbed the equaliser on 88 minutes, before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stunned Liverpool with a last gasp winner. Bayern Munich really should have watched this game before the Champions League final.
This Champions League semi-final win was arguably a greater comeback than the final itself. Juventus had appeared in the previous three finals and comprehensively outplayed Man United in the first leg, as Fergie's team scrambled a last minute equaliser to grab a draw. With 11 minutes gone in Turin, Juventus were 2-0 up and cruising, but United kept going and a goal from Roy Keane after 24 minutes turned the tie on its head. By half-time United were level and after 84 minutes Andy Cole grabbed a deserved winner. Against all the odds, Manchester United were through to the final…

Do we really need to tell you what happened in this final? Ok, Bayern were 1-0 up after six minutes and only the crossbar saved United from going 2-0 down in a match largely dominated by the German side. Two goals from injury time set pieces sealed the most incredible finale to a cup final in football history. Football, bloody hell!

Spurs totally outplayed defending champions Man United in the first half, going in at the break 3-0 to the good. In the second half, however, Fergie's United were simply sensational, scoring within a minute of the restart courtesy of Andy Cole. By the 76th minute Juan Sebastian Veron had made it 4-3, with David Beckham completing a stunning comeback three minutes from time.
Without a title in four years – and that is a disastrous drought for Fergie – Man United were battling defending champions Chelsea for the Premier League. With three games to play and three points clear of the Blues, United travelled to Goodison Park and found themselves trailing 2-0 after 50 minutes. An own goal from Old Trafford old boy Phil Neville put them level with 20 minutes to go and a Chris Eagles goal on 90 minutes sealed a 4-2 win. With Chelsea only managing a point on the same day, the title was well and truly on its way back to Old Trafford.

Another five goal comeback against Spurs, this time at home and 'only' trailing 2-0 at half-time, but a win that sent Manchester United top and shattered title-chasing hopefuls Liverpool. A dodgy penalty got United back in the game after 57 minutes, three goals in four minutes from Rooney and Ronaldo put them 4-2 up after 71 minutes, before Dimitar Berbatov capped a crucial win that gave Fergie's side an unstoppable title-winning momentum.

Incredible as it may seem now, after 64 minutes of this match Man United were seemingly going to be just one point clear of second-placed Arsenal as the season entered April, with the Gunners playing their game in hand at home against struggling Blackburn later the same day. Fergie's team were 2-0 down to the relegation-threatened Hammers and were lucky not to be reduced to ten-men, when Nemanja Vidic brought down Demba Ba as he beared down on goal just before half-time. Javier Hernandez came off the bench at the break, but it was Wayne Rooney who scored a 14-minute hat-trick to turn the game and the title race around, controversially swearing into a TV camera in celebration. Hernandez put the seal on an incredible win with six minutes remaining and this vital three points deflated the chasing pack, none of which could catch United.
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Another COMEBACK last saturday..!! Walaupun  aku x dapat tengok secara LIVE coz berada di luar kawasan..lepas tgk balik highlight,kira teruja gak la tengok aksi faveret team aku ni!! Asik COMEBACK jer lately ni..time lawan Braga pun camtu gak..ekeke..mmg KING of COMEBACK betul la!!

Aku terjumpa artikel ni,so aku rasa ok gak nak share dgn korang semua..ermmm,game mana yg paling BEST yek?? Semua game ni aku tgk kecuali SATU game yg sebelum era 90-an tu jer..yg PASTI,final UCL '99 la yg paling BEST utk aku..woohooo (game2 dalam season ni banyak gak comeback yg aku suka sebenornya)!! Korang lak camane?? Ingat lagi tak game2 ni..??

p/s Happy Diwali to all my Indian frens and readers...GGMU

Thursday, November 8, 2012

UCL Result : Man Utd 3 vs Braga 1

RvP starts Man Utd COMEBACK..

MANCHESTER UNITED surged into the knockout stages of the Champions League after beating Braga — and a blackout.

The lights went out in the second half with United trailing 1-0. But they stormed back to retain their 100 per cent group record and boss Alex Ferguson believes they can shine all the way to glory.Fergie roared: “I think in terms of the history of our club, we should have won the European Cup more.“I want to win it again and get into the bracket of winners like Liverpool, our biggest rivals, Bayern Munich and Ajax.
“I think AC Milan and Real Madrid have got separated from the rest of the bunch but that definitely drives me on a bit in Europe.Ferguson has won the trophy twice during his 26 years in charge at Old Trafford.He added: “I get really frustrated when I think about the opportunities we have had to win it in the past.“But you can’t be too greedy.“I look at my career and I have won two European Cups and Cup Winners’ Cups and I am extremely proud of that.” (continues) 
-thanx to
Jangan main dalam GELAP yer..:p
LAMPU PADAM ke lampu ada ke..yg penting the JOB is DONE..ekeke!! Another COMEBACK from United in last nite game againts Braga..down 1-0 and tinggal 10 minit je lagi,United skor 3 bijik utk menang 3-1 hasil jaringan dari RvP20, WR10 and JH14!! Game takde la best sangat coz padang becak plus hujan turun sepanjang game permainan kedua team lebih berhati-hati!! Man Utd aku tengok macam main nak dapatkan seri jer..bahagian tengah Ando n Giggsy tak berapa nak menjadi!! AV7 main bek kanan lak & Nani tak berapa nak idup so boleh dikatakan game tak berapa nak rancak!! Yang "RANCAK" bila lampu stadium terPADAM tiba2..ekekeke..takkan tak bayor bil letrik kot!! Apapun yg penting Man Utd dah layak kepusingan kedua and utk 2 game seterusnya bolehla letak/test 2nd team main..kalah,seri or menang United tetap TOP of the group..woohoo!!

Biasanya layan gol2 United kan..apakata kali ni layan video time lampu stadium tiba2 BLACKOUT kat Braga tu..:p!!GGMU..

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Finally..Sir Alex Statue will be at Old Trafford!!!

Next..Sir Alex Statue..:p
Manchester United is delighted to announce today - on the 26th anniversary of Sir Alex Ferguson's appointment - that a statue of Britain’s most successful football manager will be unveiled at Old Trafford on Friday 23 November at 14:00 GMT. 
The unveiling will take place the day before United’s home match with Queens Park Rangers, concidentally the same opponents Sir Alex faced in his first home game in charge on 22 November 1986. Key figures from the manager’s time at United will be in attendance to share the occasion.
The statue by renowned sculptor Philip Jackson was commissioned to mark the manager’s quarter of a century in charge of Manchester United. It will be placed in a prominent position near the entrance to the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand - formerly the North Stand which was renamed in his honour last year.
The club will also be unveiling new artwork and installations in the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand concourses which will illustrate the manager’s achievements throughout his United career.
Details for fans wishing to attend the ceremony will be communicated in due course.
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Last year recognition...
Selepas Sir Alex Ferguson Stand, kini Man Utd akan meletakan STATUE Sir Alex di Old Trafford!! Ini bagi menghargai jasa Sir Alex yg telah berkhidmat sebagai PENGURUS selama 26 tahun (fuiyooo,lama tu.. RESPECT siut)!! Date for the revealing also have been guyz...remember this date 23rd November 2012 jam 8 mlm waktu Malaysia!! Camane rupe 'THE GREATEST MANAGER OF ALL TIME' agaknyer yer...ekeke!!?? Sama2 kita nantikan..!!GGMU...

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