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    «¤- Manchester United Forum -¤»

    Post by Ankev on Thu Feb 25, 2010 3:21 am

    1. Mengenai Junk Post
    1.1. Yang Dimaksudkan Dengan Junk Post Adalah Setiap Post Yang Tidak Mempunyai Kaitan Apapun Dengan Topik Bahasan.
    1.2. Dilarang Melakukan Segala Macam Bentuk Posting Yang Bersifat Junk Seperti Yang Disebutkan Di Atas.

    2. Mengenai Absen Dan Salam (greetings)
    2.1. Absen Dan Salam (greetings) Yang Dipakai Sebagai Kalimat Pembuka/penutup Dalam Sebuah Posting, Masih Diperbolehkan.

    3. Mengenai Pembahasan Out Of Topic (oot)
    3.1. Dilarang Melakukan Segala Bentuk Posting Yang Esensinya Tidak Berkaitan Dengan Klub Ini.
    3.2. Pembahasan Yang Bersifat Oot Boleh Dilakukan Selama Esensi Posting Utama Tetap Berkaitan Dengan Klub Ini.

    4. Mengenai Flamer Dan Bad Reputation Point (BRP) Gelap
    4.1. Disarankan Untuk Menahan Diri Memberikan Brp Kepada Flamer Di Setiap Thread, Gunakan Fasilitas Report Untuk Melaporkan Postingan Yang Tidak Sesuai Kepada Moderator.
    4.2. Mengingat Banyaknya Kasus Teror Brp Gelap Terhadap Teman-teman Newbie, Maka Jika Terjadi Kasus Serupa Harap Segera Dilaporkan Ke Moderator. Teman-teman Yang Sudah Lebih Berpengalaman Harap Membantu Teman-teman Newbie Untuk Segala Macam Hal Yang Bersifat Teknis. Jangan Terburu-buru Menggantikan Brp Tersebut Dengan Grp Yang Nantinya Menyusahkan Pelacakan Terhadap Oknum-oknum Yang Tidak Bertanggung Jawab Tersebut.

    5. Dilarang Berbagi Informasi Apapun Yang Berbau Pornografi.

    6. Dilarang Melakukan Segala Macam Bentuk Posting Yang Bersifat Menyinggung Unsur-unsur Suku, Ras, Dan Agama.



    Terima Kasih Atas Perhatian Dan Kerjasamanya.

    PS: Topic Ini Bukan Untuk Berdebat, Postingan Yang Bersifat Seperti Itu Akan Dihapus.


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    Post by Ankev on Thu Feb 25, 2010 3:24 am

    NEXT MATCH


    6 Mar, 17:30 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Manchester United Premier League


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    Post by Ankev on Thu Feb 25, 2010 3:26 am

    Man. United Squad 2009/2010






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    Post by Ankev on Thu Feb 25, 2010 3:28 am

    -reserved by Mod-

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    Post by Ankev on Thu Feb 25, 2010 3:29 am

    -reserved by Mod-

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    Post by rianhafil on Fri Feb 26, 2010 10:32 am

    TS, bkn Premier League tuh yg lawan Aston Villa, tp Carling Cup Final!!! hehehe

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    Post by Ankev on Fri Feb 26, 2010 3:54 pm

    sudah diperbaiki bos..

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    Post by fikrisgon on Sat Feb 27, 2010 12:31 am

    gak sabaaaar finaaaaaal !!!!

    trophy pertama yahahaha!!

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    Post by Ankev on Sat Feb 27, 2010 7:23 pm

    Carling Cup - Rooney may miss Carling Cup final



    Sir Alex Ferguson is considering whether to leave Wayne Rooney out of his Carling Cup final starting line-up. Rooney has been in explosive form recently, following up his Champions League double against AC Milan with two more goals in the midweek win over West Ham. That took his overall goal tally for the season to 27, just 15 short of the amazing number Cristiano Ronaldo contributed to Manchester United's 2008 Champions League-winning campaign.

    However, as he pondered a fixture list which includes a return meeting with Milan at Old Trafford on March 10 and vital Premier League games, Ferguson said: "It has to be a consideration simply because we have important games coming up. The problem is he is desperate to play, he is always desperate to play."

    In all probability, Ferguson will avoid the inevitable argument with Rooney by sticking with his main man as United look to add another trophy to their impressive collection, and at the same time create a small piece of club history by retaining a cup competition for the first time.

    Yet Ferguson is anxious to avoid Rooney being weighed down by too much expectation.

    There may be nothing he can do to prevent others discussing Ronaldo's 42 goals, but he is still sticking to a more recent - and now very conservative - target of 30 for the 24-year-old.

    "We have 10 league games after Sunday and hopefully six European ties. That is 17 games in total," said Ferguson. "A goal a game would bring him to 44. There's pressure for you. It is a target and who wouldn't love to get that kind of goal tally.

    "It is hard to think he could reach it though. I don't think he has got that kind of target and I certainly haven't.

    "He is in a great scoring burst right now. He is popping up in the right places at the right time and his judgment in the penalty box is improving. That is a nice sign.

    "But I have said all along if he gets over 30 I will be delighted so let's not be greedy."


    WAH, gmana menurut kalian

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    Post by astrorasta on Sat Feb 27, 2010 7:30 pm

    wakakaka ga ada rooney, MU strikernya tumpul dah

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    Post by Ankev on Sat Feb 27, 2010 7:43 pm

    kita lihat saja.. haha

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    Post by Ankev on Sat Feb 27, 2010 7:51 pm

    HEAD TO HEAD: Aston Villa - Manchester United

    Inilah catatan pertemuan kedua tim jelang final Piala Liga di akhir minggu.

    Aston Villa dan Manchester United akan saling berduel di New Wembley di akhir minggu ini untuk memperebutkan titel juara Piala Liga.

    Secara statistik, kedua tim tampil cukup berimbang. Performa Aston Villa dan Manchester United juga cukup stabil dalam beberapa laga terakhir.

    Aston Villa misalnya, yang di lima partai terakhir mereka sama sekali tak tersentuh kekalahan, dengan mengukir dua kemenangan dan tiga seri. Sementara Manchester United menang di tiga laga dan satu kali seri. Satu laga lain berakhir dengan kekalahan.

    Sementara untuk performa di ajang Piala Liga musim ini, Aston Villa tampil lebih impresif. Lima partai mereka dituntaskan dengan kemenangan 100 persen, sementara Manchester United kalah satu kali.

    Akan tetapi, bila kedua tim berhadapan satu sama lain, Manchester United tercatat memiliki sejarah yang lebih baik. Dalam sepuluh laga terakhir, Manchester United menang tujuh kali. Aston Villa hanya bisa satu kali mencuri kemenangan dan dua lainnya berakhir dengan kekalahan.

    Sepuluh pertemuan terakhir Manchester United dan Aston Villa.
    23/12/2006 Aston Villa 0-3 MU (LPI)
    07/01/2007 MU 2-1 Aston Villa (Piala FA)
    13/01/2007 MU 3-1 Aston Villa (LPI)
    20/10 2007 Aston Villa 1-4 MU (LPI)
    05/01/2008 Aston Villa 0-2 MU (Piala FA)
    29/03/2008 MU 4-0 Aston Villa (LPI)
    22/11/2008 Aston Villa 0-0 MU (LPI)
    05/04/2009 MU 3-2 Aston Villa (LPI)
    12/12/2009 MU 0-1 Aston Villa (LPI)
    11/02/2010 Aston Villa 1-1 MU (LPI)

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    Re: «¤- Manchester United Forum -¤»

    Post by Ankev on Sat Feb 27, 2010 7:54 pm

    I'm Man u nuts 'n Bolt!




    USAIN BOLT says his Manchester United heroes are on the fast track to Carling Cup final glory.
    The world's quickest man will be a keen viewer as United face Aston Villa tomorrow.

    And he insisted: "I want to be celebrating at the end."

    But the Jamaican admits his Red Devil worship has left him feeling frustrated this season.

    Bolt, 23, said: "When it comes to January normally we play superbly all the way to the end.

    "This time it's been up and down. We haven't found that right XI which blends together, although there have been injuries."

    Bolt and his mates will gather round the TV at his Kingston home at 10am Caribbean time for kick-off.

    The famously laid-back athlete nearly threw his spikes through the screen last weekend as Alex Ferguson's men capitulated at Everton - especially as he was up before 8am to watch.

    Then Bolt was late for training on Tuesday because he was watching United's Premier League victory over West Ham.

    The Olympic, world champion and double world record holder over 100m and 200m may be supremely confident about his ability to beat the opposition in his own sport - but he does not have quite the same faith in United at the moment.

    Bolt said: "Whenever Michael Carrick and Darren Fletcher are together in midfield, I feel much better.

    "I also prefer two up front rather than Wayne Rooney on his own - even though he has done very well in that role this season.

    "The problem is who the other striker should be because Dimitar Berbatov hasn't done it.

    "We need him to step up. We were looking for big things from him but he has been disappointing.

    "Our back four has been the main problem, though. We might play five games well and when it comes to the next important one we mess up.

    "If Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand were playing together, we would be all right but, unfortunately, that isn't happening."

    Like every United fan, Bolt gives thanks for Rooney who now has 27 goals after his midweek double.

    Bolt, speaking after signing a two-book deal with publishers HarperCollins to write his amazing life story, added: "Wayne has shown what it is to step up with the character of a champion.

    "He has taken on the big responsibility since Ronaldo left.

    "In team sports if the main guy leaves, it's up to others to say 'Listen, it's my time' and that's what he's done."

    Bolt has been a United fan since watching them on a grainy TV set as a kid.

    Ruud van Nistelrooy was his first Old Trafford hero and last year he met the squad at their Carrington training base.

    Bolt saw United clinch the Premier League title with a 0-0 home draw against Arsenal.

    He said: "I had my video camera with me and recorded everything. Rooney was in goal during training, made a save and then said, 'Make sure you put that on YouTube!'

    "I've still got all the video of that trip, it's one of my most favourite things."

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    Post by IGNDWisesa on Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:48 pm

    Aston villa alot jek akhir2 ini ! tp tetep GLORY-GLORY MAN UNITED As the reds go marching ON ON ON !!! semoga jd gelar pertamax MU musim ini

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    Post by Ankev on Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:51 pm

    sori disini kata2 "pertamax" atau yang lain yang digarap dari 'forum sebelah" tidak berlaku
    dan mohon postnya di "enter" biar enak dibaca
    ga ke kanan gitu

    -salam United-

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    Post by Ankev on Sun Feb 28, 2010 4:31 am

    yes.. Chelshit kalah.. haha..
    beda 1 poin..

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    Post by rianhafil on Sun Feb 28, 2010 10:36 am

    udah kalah, 2 kartu merah lagi hahha

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    Post by MMirsa on Sun Feb 28, 2010 5:28 pm

    tebak skor lawan villa berapa berapa !

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    Post by rianhafil on Sun Feb 28, 2010 6:29 pm

    MMirsa wrote:tebak skor lawan villa berapa berapa !
    4-0 kayak thn 2008 dulu (semoga)

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    Post by renzou92 on Sun Feb 28, 2010 6:34 pm

    2-1 buat kemenangan villa

    (kabur)

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    Post by Ankev on Sun Feb 28, 2010 7:24 pm

    halo mir.. haha..

    ayo kita ramaikan thread ini

    para fans, tinggal beberapa jam lagi, piala akan kita genggam

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    Post by renzou92 on Sun Feb 28, 2010 7:26 pm

    siap siap disalip peringkat 3

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    Post by Ankev on Sun Feb 28, 2010 7:40 pm

    awas mata2 haha

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    Post by Ankev on Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:31 pm

    yak.. waktu tinggal sebentar lagi.. nih gw bagi2 link nonton

    http://tv.indonewyork.com/soccer1/ ( pass : finalimpian )
    http://blog.bolapedia.com/livestreaming-video/

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    Post by Ankev on Mon Mar 01, 2010 4:10 am

    United 2 Villa 1



    United claimed the first silverware of the new decade thanks to goals in each half from cup final specialist Michael Owen and the super substitute who replaced him – Wayne Rooney.

    The latter’s 28th strike of the season edged an entertaining Carling Cup final in favour of the Reds, who therefore retained a cup for the first time in the club’s history. The prospects of this had looked grim after just five minutes when Nemanja Vidic pulled down Gabriel Agbonlahor – but avoided a red card – and James Milner put Aston Villa 1-0 up from the penalty spot.

    But Owen’s latest goal in a domestic showpiece – he netted for a certain former club in the 2001 FA Cup and 2003 League Cup finals – ensured there was parity for a large portion of the match until Rooney triumphantly headed home 16 minutes from time.

    Sir Alex Ferguson’s surprise omission of Rooney from his starting XI was one of six differences to the side which kicked off against Man City in the scintillating semi win. Edwin van der Sar, Paul Scholes, the banned Nani and the injured Rio Ferdinand and Ryan Giggs were also out; in came Tomasz Kuszczak, Nemanja Vidic, Antonio Valencia, Ji-sung Park and the front pair of Dimitar Berbatov and Michael Owen.

    One of the mainstays, and United skipper for the day, Patrice Evra had to defend acrobatically inside the first minute to repel a free-kick from Ashley Young on Villa’s left flank. The resulting corner was also dealt with but Martin O’Neill’s men had posted an early warning, one which the Reds failed to heed.

    Moments later, Gabriel Agbonlahor broke beyond the backline and when Nemanja Vidic hauled him down, there were no arguments as referee Phil Dowd pointed to the spot.

    The only debate would have been over Vidic’s right to stay on the field – he did, and had to look on in agony as James Milner punished his misdemeanour with a well-struck penalty low to Kuszczak’s left. Villa 1 United 0, after just five minutes.

    The Serbian wasn’t even booked but opposite number James Collins did see yellow when he sent Owen sprawling at the other end, unfortunately outside the box.

    Carrick wasted the opportunity from the free-kick but his namesake Owen soon meted out his own justice when he swept home the equaliser. Berbatov mugged dawdling Richard Dunne and when the former Manchester City defender caught up with the Bulgarian, he only succeeded in freeing the ball up for Owen to beat Brad Friedel.

    Still inside a busy first 20 minutes, Kuszczak denied Milner’s left-foot shot with a fine save and Stewart Downing followed Collins into the book for a foul on Evra. Carrick, however, inexplicably escaped a caution when he brought down Heskey.

    Kuszczak made his second save when Heskey turned well inside the box following a setpiece but it was a comfortable collection for the Pole playing his first game since early January.

    Ironic cheers from the Villa fans greeted United’s first booking, for Evra’s trip on Ashley Young, but they were not so fond of the first substitution – Rooney on for hamstring victim Owen, a few minutes before the break.

    Villa were still adjusting to the change when Park almost put the Reds 2-1 up. The Korean’s well-struck shot came back off the post and was cleared by Cuellar, this after Valencia skipped past the grounded Stephen Warnock and pulled the ball back.

    That closing attack and the introduction of Rooney augured well for the second half. Indeed, Wayne was the first player to try his luck after the break but sliced wide from outside the area after a promising push through the middle by Carrick.

    The midfielder did much better and drew a brilliant parry from Friedel at the end of a flowing United move involving Park and the back-heeling Berbatov. On the counter-attack, Agbonlahor ran at Vidic but whipped his shot well past the far post.

    Such was the pattern of the second period; the Reds seeing more of the ball and patiently probing, and Villa waiting to utilise the electric pace of Young and Agbonlahor against Evra on a card and Neville on as a substitute for Rafael.

    Vidic became the second United defender to be booked when he clattered Agbonlahor from behind – censure that was long overdue in the view of Villa fans and neutrals.

    The same trio that undid West Ham in midweek combined again to upset another team of a claret and blue persuasion in the 74th minute. Berbatov sublimely flicked a ball on to Valencia and when the Ecuadorian dug out a cross under pressure on the right, Rooney rose to send a header arcing past Friedel’s hand into the top right-hand corner and trigger scenes of ecstasy among the United fans and coaching staff alike.

    The goal was as brave as it was brilliant with Collins looming large in Rooney’s face; there was no such opposition when Valencia found Wayne again moments later but Friedel’s right-hand post prevented the free header causing further damage to Villa.

    So the game remained far from over, and that point was underlined when Kuszczak had to push the ball over his bar when a right-wing cross was directed goalwards. But United remained the more likely to score and when Valencia surged forward in injury time, he deserved more than to strike the side netting.

    A third goal wasn’t required though, and for once in normal time at the new Wembley, United were victorious and able to collect the 26th major trophy of Sir Alex’s amazing 23-year reign.




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