Friday, April 23, 2010

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, O' Gooner Faithful

Friday April 23, 2010


United still world’s most valuable club

LONDON: Manchester United have been ranked football’s most valuable team by Forbes magazine for the sixth straight year as a group of investors and fans try to buy the heavily indebted club.

The American business magazine’s valuation is US$1.8bil, but the Glazer family owners are resisting the hostile Red Knights campaign to buy the 18-time English champions and their debt of US$1.1bil.

Based on Forbes’ estimation, which takes into account revenue growth, profitability and debt levels in the 2008-09 season, United are the most valuable sports team in the world.

Real Madrid are second in the football list at US$1.323bil, with Arsenal third at US$1.181bil – the same top three as last year.

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I Would Rather Walk 'For-lone'


Liverpool, Liverpool, what are you playing for?..ha ha hah!
Liverpool, Liverpool, how many games you did'nt score?..ha ha hah!!
Liverpool, Liverpool, now struggling to be No.4!!! ..haha hahah!!!


Liverpool, Liverpool, now you are gutted to the core..haha hahah!!!!
Liverpool, Liverpool, was'nt that Forlan's no. 4????

Ga..ga..ga..glug..glug..!

Atletico Madrid 1-0 Liverpool: Diego Forlan Goal Gives Atleti The Edge

The ex-Manchester United striker continued his scoring exploits against Liverpool, giving the Mattress Makers a vital lead going into next week's second leg.

By Kris Voakes
Apr 22, 2010 9:54:00 PM

Diego Forlan was Atletico Madrid's hero as his ninth minute strike at the second attempt gave the Spaniards a 1-0 first leg victory over Liverpool in their Europa League semi-final.

The Uruguayan pounced during a sustained period of pressure from the home side in the early stages, but they were unable to add to their single goal and will take a narrow lead to Anfield next week....MORE
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