In 1992, Manchester United gave young David Beckham a senior debut at the age of 17. He was signed for FREE few years back as a trainee at United’s academy. Beckham went on to make 399 appearances for The Devils before he was sold for £25 million to Real Madrid. In 2001 Manchester United signed Dutch striker Ruud Van Nistelrooy for £19 million and he then made 219 appearances for the club, scoring a staggering 150 goals in five seasons. After a fall out with Sir Alex, Van Nistelrooy was sold to Real Madrid for €24 million. (more…)
Saya berada di Mahkamah Syariah baru-baru ini. Agak menyedihkan bila melihat ramai orang di sana dan kebanyakkan yang hadir menghadapi masaalah rumahtangga. Nun di satu sudut berdiri seorang wanita muda berbaju kurung dan bertudung hitam. Parasnya amat cantik dan dia
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In spite of all the attention given to Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy series over the years, I still find myself a loyal fan of Sony Ericsson. Many times I’ve been tempted to switch to Apple, Samsung or Nokia but
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The Premier League has just only begun but Manchester United’s fans across the globe are currently excited with the current batch of new United’s youngsters who sparkled in three Premier League matches they have played so far. In Tom Cleverley, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, David De Gea, Danny Welbeck, and Da Silva twins, Manchester United has a group of top class players in the making comparable to the famous Class of 92 that featured Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, David Beckham, among others. They really have the Premier League buzzing especially after 8 – 2 demolition of Arsenal at Old Trafford last week. I really enjoy watching them every week and at the moment I just can’t wait to see them again. The Euro Qualifiers really “kacau” lah.. Hopefully it does not affect Manchester United’s momentum and the Red Devils will continue its winning ways. (more…)
Way back in 1986, Sir Alex Ferguson was installed as the new Manchester United manager and upon his appointment; Sir Alex declared his intention to knock Liverpool “right off their f**king perch”. Time passed by and in 1992, Manchester United finally won its first Premier League under the guidance of Sir Alex Ferguson. While the fans of United were singing and dancing, there was a banner put up by the Liverpool fans at Anfield telling Manchester United to come back after winning 18th titles. Yes, Liverpool was the King of England at that time with 18 League titles compare to just 7 for United when Sir Alex first arrived at Old Trafford. At that time, no one and not even Sir Alex Ferguson ever thought that Manchester United will one day surpass Liverpool’s achievement during his reign. Deficit of 11 titles seems too much to handle even for a manager with Sir Alex’s pedigree.