Posts Tagged ‘down’

Down Memory Lane: Whiteside wonder goal capped Manchester United’s epic Cup comeback

Friday, March 18th, 2011

Down Memory Lane: Whiteside wonder aim capped Manchester United’s epic Cup comeback
Manchester United and Arsenal clash right now in the FA Cup, recalling several memories for previous-timers of epic battles in between these giants of British football. Associated Tales Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger are best of enemies Ferguson fumes at critics Palacios set for absence Duo to stay at WBA Rai backing for Lucas

Lehmann to jump at possibility to resolve Arsenal’s goalkeeping crisis
Jens Lehmann is hoping to convince Arsene Wenger he is the solution to Arsenal ’s goalkeeping crisis. Lehmann, 41, left Arsenal 3 a long time in the past and retired from football at the end of previous time.

Deschamps in mood to have last laugh in opposition to Manchester United
Marseille coach Didier Deschamps admits his staff will be the underdogs at Previous Trafford tonight but insists they can shock Manchester United after a run of 5 wins in six league video games. Connected Stories Smalling relishing massive stage Lehmann content to assist Gunners Jens Lehmann ready to make shock return to Arsenal Fernando Torres at Chelsea: “Every thing appears a mess” Fired-up Rooney standing tall …

@thedilettante The football might get ugly now that Arsenal are down to 10

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

@thedilettante The football may get ugly now that Arsenal are down to 10 – by atulmathew (Clay Davis)

Redknapp narrows Champions League qualifiers down to top five

Friday, March 4th, 2011

Redknapp narrows Champions League qualifiers down to top five
Arsenal Harry Redknapp Liverpool Manchester Town Manchester United Tottenham Chelsea Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp predicts the four Champions League qualifiers will come from current teams already in the best 5 of the Premiership. Redknapp’s Tottenham are on program for a 2nd consecutive top-four complete this phrase, in spite of acquiring been displaced by Chelsea subsequent their 2-1 victory at property …

FOSTER SETS SIGHTS ON RELEGATION BATTLE
Ben Foster (r) – manufactured a string of remarkable saves. Carling Cup hero Ben Foster has stressed the will need for Birmingham to assure their Barclays Premier League status in the aftermath of their shock win over Arsenal in the ultimate at Wembley.

Manchester Town 1-one Fulham
Football: Mark Hughes returned to Eastlands for the first time given that his sacking 14 months back and saw his Fulham team unlucky to arrive absent with only a draw in opposition to a tired-searching Manchester Town.