Wayne Rooney scores a spectacular goal to win the derby.
I saw my mate the other day
He said to me he saw the white Pele
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FA Cup third round draw:
Burnley v Port Vale
Coventry v Crystal Palace
Bristol City v Sheffield Wednesday
Fulham v Peterborough
Doncaster v Wolves
Brighton or FC United of Manchester v Portsmouth
Huddersfield v Dover Athletic
Crawley Town or Swindon v Derby
West Ham v Barnsley
Reading v West Brom
Arsenal v Leeds
Sheffield Utd v Aston Villa
Leicester v Man City
Bolton v York
Blackburn v QPR
Swansea v Colchester
Wycombe v Hereford or Lincoln
Stevenage v Newcastle
Burton Albion v Middlesbrough
Millwall v Birmingham
Southampton v Blackpool
Watford v Hartlepool or Yeovil
Chelsea v Ipswich
Sunderland v Notts County or Bournemouth
Scunthorpe v Everton
Man Utd v Liverpool
Hull v Wigan
Stoke v Cardiff
Tottenham v Charlton or Luton
Preston v Nottingham Forest
Norwich v Droylsden or Leyton Orient
Torquay v Carlisle
Ties will be played over the weekend of 8/9 January 2011.
I didn’t even see videos of Bebe, admits Ferguson
He may be perplexed at the transfer business of neighbours Manchester City, but it has not prevented Sir Alex Ferguson from breaking new ground himself in the pursuit of new players. The United manager admitted yesterday that he signed Bebe, who cost Â£7.4m from Vitoria de Guimaraes, last week without even seeing the player on a DVD.
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A growing number of Premier League clubs are following Tottenham’s lead
and banning vuvuzelas from their grounds on match days this season.
Birmingham City, Everton, Fulham, Liverpool, West Ham United and Sunderland
said they have also banned the horns.
Eight clubs – Blackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Stoke City,
West Bromwich Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Wigan Athletic and Aston Villa – were undecided.
But Blackpool, Chelsea and Manchester City –
while not wanting to encourage fans to use vuvuzelas at their grounds –
said they have no plans to ban them.
Some Football League clubs have also banned the horns,
following their widespread use during the World Cup in South Africa.
Some retailers across Britain have being selling vuvuzelas in anticipation of their popularity.
However, the horns have been heavily criticised by players and fans alike
with many suggesting they are tuneless and block out singing and chanting.
Man United head to US without stars
Manchester United jetted off to America for their pre-season tour on Monday with a host of star names missing from Sir Alex Ferguson’s squad.
Ferguson is without club captain Gary Neville due to a calf problem, while Rio Ferdinand is still sidelined with the knee injury he suffered just before the World Cup.
Michael Owen is unavailable as he recovers from a hamstring injury and midfielders Antonio Valencia and Anderson are also ruled out with ankle and knee problems respectively.
Owen Hargreaves, who has been hampered by a series of knee problems and will miss the start of the season after suffering a new injury setback, completes the list of Ferguson’s walking wounded.
Wayne Rooney, Michael Carrick and Nemanja Vidic are left at home to recover after playing in the World Cup.
However, United fans in America will get a first glimpse of new signings Chris Smalling and Javier Hernandez.
* July 16, 2010 â€“ Glasgow Celtic, Toronto
* July 21, 2010 â€“ Philadelphia Union, Philadelphia
* July 25, 2010 â€“ Kansas City Wizards, Kansas
* July 28, 2010 â€“ MLS All-Stars, Houston
1 Spain, 2 Netherlands, 3 Germany, 4 Uruguay,
5 Argentina, 6 Brazil, 7 Ghana, 8 Paraguay
9 Japan, 10 Chile, 11 Portugal, 12 United States,
13 England, 14 Mexico, 15 South Korea, 16 Slovakia
17 Ivory Coast, 18 Slovenia, 19 Switzerland, 20 South Africa,
21 Australia, 22 New Zealand, 23 Serbia, 24 Denmark
25 Greece, 26 Italy, 27 Nigeria, 28 Algeria,
29 France, 30 Honduras, 31 Cameroon, 32 North Korea
England’s past World Cup rankings: