Maybe Nani should take over Looney!
his strike was so much better....
looney these days/months/weeks like....playing distribution more than striking
looney really sucks , 1 to 1 so many times also cant score
yar, he's good distributor...
but i think he should really take a critical look at his strike rate... and do something about it....
Simply LOVE Man U... esp after they kick a certain team's arse.
There is no life without fast cars....
agreed that he is not good at finishing
but hes an important asset to man u
wats wrong with a forward creating chances and distributing? he seldom play striker nowadays
nani take over rooney?
besides a bit of shooting, what can nani do?
and btw, didnt u see his shot that missed the goal totally and went out of play for liverpool to THROW IN
LOL tat was hilarious
looney is a striker cant score , ronaldo is a winger and pumping in goals like nobody 's biz
Tevez should come in and replace looney
hahaha we made Liv look good today. Rooney got so many chances, Ronaldo had his too and only got one.
Scholes is really excellent today. Made Gerrard inexisitant.
Really love Benitaz, free 6 pts again. Hope he is still Liverfool's manager next season and for many seasons too come.
Mascherano is shite..... He will be the downfall of LoserPool and Argentina.....
Last edited by melvin; 24th March 2008 at 10:54 AM.
Robbo takes on Reds role
Manchester United have appointed former captain Bryan Robson as an ambassador for the club.
Robson, nicknamed Captain Marvel during his illustrious 13-year United career, will help promote the club’s name, charity and community work around the world, working alongside United director Sir Bobby Charlton.
The 51-year-old former Middlesbrough, West Brom and Sheffield United manager says he is looking forward to his new role at Old Trafford.
“I’m delighted to have the chance to work alongside Sir Bobby and to be such a central part of Manchester United’s future. Since signing for the club in 1981, it’s always been special to me.
“I enjoyed the happiest and most memorable times of my career at Old Trafford and it will be great to play a role in making the club even more successful.”
United’s chief executive, David Gill, added: “Bryan was the outstanding player of his generation and he remains close to the hearts of everyone that saw him play.
"His relationship with United supporters is second to none and I look forward to working with him for the benefit of the club, the team and the fans.”
By DAVID FACEY
JAVIER MASCHERANO became the dumbest man in the world after crazily provoking ref Steve Bennett to send him off for dissent.
Liverpool’s Argentine midfielder got his red card after 43 minutes — handing Manchester United a win which virtually assures them of the title.
Mascherano was booked after just 10 minutes for a foul on Paul Scholes before repeatedly telling Bennett to ‘F*** off’.
But he seemed oblivious to the rumpus caused by Ashley Cole’s midweek show of dissent at Spurs as he angrily confronted Bennett and his linesmen SIX more times.
The ref’s patience finally ran out when Mascherano charged 20 YARDS to confront him for booking Fernando Torres.
He showed the Liverpool player a second yellow card before brandishing the red card. But even then Mascherano could not keep his mouth shut.
He refused to leave the pitch even though Reds boss Rafa Benitez pleaded with him to calm down.
And he swore at Bennett again as team-mates Xabi Alonso and Fabio Aurelio tried to restrain him.
The FA are likely to increase his automatic one-game ban and fine him heavily.
Amazingly, Kop boss Rafa Benitez insisted: “The player told me he was asking what happened and to get sent off for that made him really, really surprised.”
United boss Alex Ferguson said: “He has been booked and he kept badgering the referee.
“You talk about dissent and I think that was dissent.”
Sause :The SUN UK