Thursday, April 24, 2014

FOOTBALLERS TO PLAY FOR ONE CLUB ONLY.

This is the list of footballers who played only for one club. 1) Ryan Giggs. 962 Games. Goals 168. 2) Paul Scholes. 713.Games. Goals 155. 3)Steven Gerrard. 665. Games. Goals 173. 4) Jamie Caragher. 734. Games. Goals. 4 . 4) Gary Neville. 602. Games. Goaals.7. 5) Tony Adams. 672. Games. Goals 42. 6)Franco Baresi. 719. Games. Goals. 23. 7)Santiago Bernabeu.689. Games. Goals. 341. 8) Paolo Maldini. 902. Ga,mes. Goals 33.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

NOW IT LOOKS LIKE DIEGO COSTA WILL NOT JOIN CHELSEA.

Now it looks like the Brazilian born striker, but who plays his club football in Spain with Atletico Madrid, is not the main person Chelsea wanted to buy kin the summer, he was wanted very much by Jose Mourinho, who even made big plans to raise fifty million pounds for him Diego Costa. . He was willing to go this far even by selling two great footballers Chelsea have , in Oscar and Eden Hazard as well. But now there is a change in plan the Russian owner Roman Abrahimovic wants to buy Edison Cavani from the French football club P.S.G. Will it be a repeated mistake like Fernando Torres was brought from Liverpool for fifty million pounds, but sadly Fernando Torres was a big failure at Chelsea, he did score a few goals here and there.

THESE MANCHESTER UNITED PLAYERS SHOULD BE SACKED AS WELL.

Just a day after their former manager David Moyes got sacked as the head manager of Manchester United, these three players Wayne Rooney, Phil Jones and Rafeal DSilva, went out shamelessly to play golf. These three idiots acted as if Manchester United had won the Champion League the previous day. These three are just plain disgrace and not fit to wear the famous red jerseys of THE RED DEVILS. the future of Rafeal Disilva is in doubt , his twin brother is on loan with a small club, they should do the same thing with him. Wayne Rooney is a rebel urinating on the roads, sleeping with a hooker Jenny Thompson when his wife was pregnant. And it played on his mind at the 2010 world cup , he failed to score a single goal. Now that the future of many Manchester United players is uncertain now , these fools should be more serious.

WHY WAS DAVID MOYES SACKED AT MANCHESTER UNITED.?

Sacking David Moyes as the manager of Manchester United , was not only because of the position Manchester United found them selves in the E.P.L. They have clearly missed out on the Champion League, and very well could be out of he Europa League as well. But the real reason was the huge amount of money the Glazers have lost . Missing out on Champion League means a loss of 30 million pounds, and missing out on Europe means another 20 million pounds. Manchester United made a 363 millio pounds by june 2013, but they paid the bank 73 million pounds as interest, and they are paying this yearly interest since the Glazers got Manchester United in 2005. The net proit was only 146 million pounds but their debt is a huge 400 million pounds. Paying the staff only comes to 180 million pounds. With Wayne Rooney getting 300,000 pounds a week and Robin Van Persie and Rio Ferdinand getting fat weekly salary as well. Nike were to pay Manchester United 38 million pounds, will they do it now? With Manchester United out of the Champion League and Europe will big footballers join this club? Manchester United has fallen to fifth place , below Bayern Munich as the richest club list.

IS THE MANAGERS JOB AT MANCHESTER UNITED A POISENED CHALICE.?

Now that the Glazers at Manchester United have gone and sacked David Moyes after ten months. Even though iy was done in a very disgusting manner without any class at all, for oone of the worlds richest and most famous clubs. But now who will take up the job on a five year contract, not many would be keen to take the job as they say it is a poisnous chalice. But we must always remember it was not going to be easy for Daviid Moyes to fill the big boots of Alex Ferguson. Now Carlo Anchelotti, Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola have flatly rejected the job. Now the only person keen for the job is the Dutch manager Lois Van Gaal.