Monday, August 31, 2009

Wenger Got Style

Wenger trying to be Moses =P

He definately got style

His a good manager, his team played well and he should'nt have been sent off, but .. its still funny =P

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Flying Ryan - United's unstoppable force

There's every chance Ryan Giggs will play an important role against Arsenal on Saturday. He was given the day off for the trip to Wigan after his unrewarded efforts against Burnley in midweek. It's another sign of Sir Alex using the wise wisely.

Life at Old Trafford without Ryan Giggs in the first-team is almost unthinkable. But in the summer you'd perhaps been forgiven for thinking this was his victory. One last hurrah. After all, he's nearly 36 and has clocked up a lot of miles over 20 years as a professional. But judging by his displays against Chelsea, Birmingham and Burnley, I don't think that's the case.

It's incredible to think that Giggs had a testimonial eight years ago this month - a 4-3 defeat to Celtic in August 2001. It's usually an indicator of a career nearing its end. It was nothing of the sort.

Giggs is in his 20th season as a United first-teamer - making his debut against Everton at the end of the 1990/91 campaign in the old First Division (!) - and he continues to push the boundaries of his evergreen talents.

He races past appearance landmarks effortlessly, and his still-energetic displays consistently belie his age. That's partly because he's the consummate pro. He said recently he gave up the drink years ago, took to eating fish in an ultra healthy diet and still does yoga - which solved his previous susceptibility to muscle pulls, hamstring strains in particular. He has absolute respect for his physical condition.

At 35, he's United's oldest outfield player. His contract runs until the end of the season, but I think he can easily play on for another year after that, until summer 2011, at which point he'll be just a few months shy of his 38th birthday.

The longer Giggs carries on, of course, the more time he'll require to recover between games, but his influence is invaluable no matter how sparingly used. His input is especially needed as Sir Alex continues to blood up-and-coming young players.

His popularity and infuence in the dressing room is essential. Alongside fellow first-team patriarchs Gary Neville and Paul Scholes, Ryan sets the tone for standards expected at United, on and off the pitch.

To the likes of Federico Macheda, Danny Welbeck, Jonny Evans, Darron Gibson, Rafael, Fabio and the emerging crop now in the youth and Reserve sides, the benefits of having Giggs there to observe and learn from are immeasurable.

But he's more than a mere figure head. Much has been said about adapting his game to suit his physical strengths as he gets older, evolving from rampaging winger to composed midfield playmaker and, perhaps more and more this season, impact sub. It's a role Ole Gunnar Solskjaer mastered, studying games from the bench, understand what's required in particular stages of matches, then applying it on the field.

There are online campaigns and petitions to 'get Giggs knighted', and you can argue such a title would be wholly deserved. His talents have kept him at the top of his profession for two decades - a feat only a select few greats achieve.

Having a ‘Sir’ on the team-sheet would seem out of the ordinary, but then we're not talking about an ordinary player. And the longer he's around the better it is for United.

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Friday, August 14, 2009

Muse - United States Of Eurasia (+Collateral Damage) - (The Resistance)

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Muse - Uprising ( The Resistance)

Saturday, August 08, 2009

Lord Of The Rings - They Are Taking The Hobbits To Isengard

I found this video when i had nothing better to do and was searching around youtube...
lol..its funnyyyyyyyyyy maybe not to u but HAHAHHAHAaaaaa

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Coldplay - Strawberry Swing

Awesome song and video, just watch it, its reallly good!!


I'm tired of reading stuff everywhere saying that Manchester United is gonna be lousier after ronaldo and tevez left.

Well i know they had a big influence in manutd (especially ronaldo with his 100 over goals for manutd) and no doubt they will be miss, but i think now that ronaldo left, other players can now show what their made of too. and + we have Antonio Valencia and Michael owen and not to forget united's youngsters Macheda and Welback . i feel this season is a time for the youngsters to shine

And not only that, this is a chance for manutd to play a different style, and a more team game..
anyway, it doesnt matter to me if manutd dont win this year ( BUT I KNOW THEY WILL)
cause they are still best..

Ps: anelka suck-eth
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