Results for tag: Manchester United
Posted by: thebakeshow on Apr 29, 2013 at 03:56:51 PM
FREE KICK - It was the story that sports journalists around the world sank their teeth into. Luis Suarez treated Branislav Ivanovic's elbow as if it were a well-done steak. Immediately following the incident Suarez apologized. The outrage decreased to a murmur and the story seemingly floated out to sea. Days later however Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre and manager Brendan Rogers created a mutiny. In their estimation the 10-game penalty was cruel and unusual punishment. I can't understand their protest. This wasn't like trying to get a good night kiss at the end of a first date; it was more like a pinch or grab of a body part. The penalty for that offense requires a swift kick south of the border. The BPL's governing body was the father of the girl.
ARSENAL vs. MANCHESTER UNITED -...
Posted by: thebakeshow on Apr 9, 2013 at 03:33:56 PM
FREE KICK - In a last-gasp attempt to save their BPL membership card, Sunderland named Paolo Di Canio as its new manager. Di Canio’s background makes Chris Brown seem like a boy scout. He once pushed a referee to the ground after being dismissed with a red card, feuded with managers in both England and Italy, and is a passionate defender of former Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. On more than one occasion he's displayed a roman salute; which before a rabid Lazio fan base is like giving a teenage girl an unlimited telephone card. In 2001 the enigmatic Di Canio was honored with the FIFA Fair Play Award proving that the only difference between a noose and a halo is six inches. I'd prefer to judge Di Canio by the play of his current team, and not by previous actions. Let's kick start...
Posted by: thebakeshow on Mar 12, 2012 at 02:42:32 PM
Fans of the Barclays Premier League were treated to some heavyweight matchups the past two weeks, but this weekend's games were played in the featherweight division. But, hey, featherweight results carry the same weight as those in the heavyweight ranks. Let's get ready to rumble.
SWANSEA CITY-MANCHESTER CITY.....Swansea wasn't even expected to have a puncher's chance against the premiership leaders and a missed PK in the 7th minute wouldn't brighten their spirits. City made one mistake but it would prove to be costly. Stefan Savic's goof at midfield would soon become a Luke Moore goal. Mike Tyson, meet Buster Douglas. Swansea-1 Manchester City-0.
MANCHESTER UNITED-WEST BROMWICH ALBION.....WBA came in winners of three in a row but they would hardly lay a glove on the red devils....