Sunday, 2 September 2012

SAF 1000th game in Charge

Sir Alex Ferguson 1000th game in charge, 
since 1986

             Sir Alex Ferguson with his own capability and original styles of managing had amazed the football fans all over the nation. Now approaching 71, he celebrates his incredible 1000th game in charge of Manchester United as the Red Devils traveled away from home to face Southampton on Sunday. Sir Alex, manager of top club Manchester United since 1986 admitted that he loves every minutes of his job and will continue for as long as possibly.
      The Scotsman truly enjoyed working with wonderful and talented players at the club as well as the management in Old Trafford. It is been a huge pleasure and honor for Sir Alex working with them. Sir Alex has achieved unparalleled success at Old Trafford, winning 12 Premier League titles, five FA Cups, four League cups and two European cups, a haul that makes him the most successful manager in British football history.
      He told the Daily  Mail that he never model or attached himself to anybody, or read any best selling books written by managers but step out as himself and do it his way. He did also gave a remark advices to young managers which was 'not just to learn by your mistakes but also heed the reasons why you made them'.        
         Sir Alex Ferguson said, 

     "I could never imagine how long I would be at the club or  that I would be 
       looking forward to my thousandth game'.

     "It may be a special occasion but it's just another game
that I want to win."

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Rob-In 3 points at Home Debut

Rob-In 3 points at Home Debut

   Robin Van Persie delighted as he scored at Home debut with a stunning equalizer goal against Fulham. The Dutchman impressed Old Trafford's spectators with his sublime technical skill to execute strike towards the cottagers side. He admitted being so nervy to stand out good due to high expectation from the fans. 
   Lucky RvP breath-taking goal made him so glad to get off the mark. It was a precious experience of home debut and he is looking forward to nails the pitch as United player. Rvp insists there is much more to come on a personal and collective basis.
   Manchester United's season is off and running, after the Reds came from behind to beat Fulham through goals from Robin van Persie, Shinji Kagawa and Rafael. Unfortunately, the home game ended on sour note for Wayne Rooney after Rodallega without any intention racked his studs down wazza's inner thigh. The England stiker had been confirmed to miss four weeks game ahead. 

  “It was a bit nervy, but we held on and the main thing was that we got the points today, so that’s out of the way and it was a good day in the end, a good three points.” -RvP-

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

No Retirement

Fergie and Retirement?
November 1986, a Scotsman took charge of the Red Devils and began faced variety of challenges to lift United from relegation spot into nowadays historically success English Football Club across the world. 

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Sir Alex Ferguson

His incredible and remarkable presence made him as the most successful manager of the modern era. He knows how to deal  and checkmate against his rival's strategy. He knows what formula to use to bomb up and blown away the soccer's spectators. He got a truly deep sense of young talent to be created into World class Footballer. 

Eric Cantona & Sir Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson & Wayne Rooney
Sir Alex Ferguson & Ryan Giggs

 Paul Scholes & Sir Alex Ferguson
Sir Alex Ferguson & Cristiano Ronaldo

Sir Alex Ferguson & David Beckham

Just have a brief mentioned, Eric Cantona? Wayne Rooney? David Beckham? Paul Scholes? Ryan Giggs? Edwin Van De Saar? Cristiano Ronaldo? who made them as the successfull footballer?
YES! Absolutely, they are MADE from


 25 years as the Manager of Manchester United, fergie revealed he no longer thinks about retiring.

"I don't think about Retirement"


Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Manchester United 8-2 Arsenal

Gunners gunned down..!!
Manchester United 8-2 Arsenal

Fantastic Scoreboard coming from OLD TRAFFORD \m/

The United Young guns begins firing at the minute of 22

Danny Welbeck, break the deadlock with his continuing chemist form with United.

Manchester United's David De Gea saves a penalty by Arsenal's Robin Van Persie.     What a RVP! Surely no equalizer :(
Ashley Young, fired an unbelievable and unstoppable curler into the top right corner of the goal. United made it 2.! Easy.
Wayne Rooney, Nani and Ashley Young, all lined up to take the free kick and the Wazza easily scored! United lead by 3 goals to nil.
Yeap,united's defense caught napping and allowed Theo Walcott sneaked his shot across David de Gea. Manchester United 3-1 Arsenal at half time.

déjà vu for Rooney as another foul near the Arsenal box saw him fire in another curler at the same corner with the assist of Ashley Young. 4-1...!
Luis Nani came to the game and embarrassingly chipped the ball over the Arsenal goalkeeper to make it 5 – 1 in favour of United.
Park Ji Sung joined the scored sheet parade. It's 6-1..! (70'minutes)
United defense faltered and Robin Van Persie scored a consolation goal for Arsenal. 6-2..!
United didn’t stop there and Wayne Rooney gleefully completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot. Well done wazza, first Hat-trick this season. 7-2...!! 
Versatile finished by Ashley Young second goal, done crucially 8-2..!

Whatever happens to Arsenal, it was a thoroughly entertaining game for the United fans, and the goal rout also pushed up Manchester United ahead of local rivals Manchester City to the top of the Barclays Premier League
The future looks bright for Fergie’s Fledglings part II.

Thursday, 11 August 2011

Man.United Community Shield

Manchester United
Community Shield 2011

SAY what you like about a new dawn at Chelsea, a resurgent Liverpool or the noisy neighbours at Manchester City.

Community Shield Champion 2011

Head to Head battle between the Red Devil boy & the Citizen boy. The pitch's object seem unfriendly guys!
David de gea put himself down to knee as the Citizen break first-half deadlock with two stunning goals.
Joleon Patrick Lescott and teammates celebrate City first goal and feel the winning atmosphere.

Sir Alex Ferguson :), had well prepared for 20th title. \m/

Roberto Mancini

Luis Nani, the Hero of the match. His second goal during 4 minutes added time brought United lifted Community Shield up. GGMU!

David de gea bring success to United as a new signing first team goalkeeper.

Manchester United showed their youthful side and turn into a dazzling Community Shield Champion.

"Great game, Amazing ball, Fabulous pitch & Incredible Spectator"