Old Trafford & Camp Nou

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Camp Nou (New Field) is a football stadium in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain which has been the home of FC Barcelona since 1957. 5.0/5

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Watched football matches in Camp Nou, Old Trafford and now Etihad Stadium. The levels of discipline & teamwork are…
Regardless the atmosphere of San Paolo and Signal Iduna Park, Camp Nou and Old Trafford atmosphere is the best motivating in Europe stadiums
I just want to go watch a game Camp Nou, Old Trafford, and La Bombonera
...in front of the biggest crowds at the Bernabau, Camp Nou, Allianz or Old Trafford.
“Old Trafford, Camp Nou, Santiago Bernabeu, and Allianz Stadium.” take me with you.
The versatile Belgium centre-back has arrived in Catalunya to seal a switch to Camp Nou, after snubbing interest from Manchester United EXCLUSIVE By William Joyce Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen is in Spain to undergo a medical and complete his €19 million move to Barcelona. The Blaugrana agreed a deal for the Belgium international with the Gunners on Friday, with the centre-half snubbing interest from Manchester United to seal a switch to La Liga. Arsene Wenger had previously admitted that he would rather sell the 28-year-old to a foreign club rather than a domestic rival and, after being given a straight choice between Old Trafford and Camp Nou, Vermaelen plumped for Catalunya. United had long been on Vermaelen's tail, with talk of their interest first emerging during the World Cup. New boss Louis Van Gaal is on the look-out for ball-playing centre-backs to fit into his 3-5-2 system and had sanctioned a move for the forme Arsenal captain, who has fallen down the pecking order at the Emirates Stadium ...
According to Manchester United are confident Thomas Vermaelen will opt for Old Trafford over Camp Nou. […
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Vincent Kompany claimed that he almost signed for Barcelona several times but has vowed to stay at Manchester City. The Belgium defender has been linked with the 2011 European champions this summer but Kompany said City have not received an offer from the Camp Nou. The 28-year-old has made 254 appearances for City, lifting the Premier League trophy in both 2012 and 2014, and was widely praised for his performance against Barcelona at the Camp Nou this season. Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has said Diego Costa has not yet signed a deal to join Chelsea, but added that Blues goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois would not be returning on loan. Costa, 25, helped Atletico to the Primera Division title and the Champions League final last season. Manchester United are set to sign £30m-rated Ander Herrera from La Liga club Athletic Bilbao. The Old Trafford club failed in an attempt to buy midfielder Herrera, 24, on transfer deadline day last summer. New United boss Louis Van Gaal ...
UNBELIEVABLE: Barcelona want €50m rated Manchester United striker by tamojitc on June 19, 2014 Barcelona have been linked with a shock €50m move for Dutch striker Robin Van Persie as reported by Spanish newspaper Mundo Deperotivo. However the Catalan club can be rest assured that the 30 year old will stay at Old Trafford in the coming season with current Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal taking charge of the Red Devils in the coming season. United do not want to sell Van Persie for any price as they aim to get back on track after a disastrous 2013-14 season under David Moyes. The story claims that Barcelona are eyeing up a possible move for a star striker in the summer with Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain and Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero also in the Blaugrana’s short list. It is believed that new manager Luis Enrique will oversee major changes at the Camp Nou after a disappointing season under Tata Martino. The story claims, “For Barcelona, Van Persie would be Real Madrid’s Ruud Van Nistelrooy wh ...
Well guys it’s been a few weeks since we shone any light on what’s been going on with your favourite gang of immigrants over here in sunny Sydney. The reason for this, purely & simply, is the fact that the L2SMC are up there with the English sports press when it comes to being bad losers. A series of Bi-Polar results in recent weeks has had us on an emotional roller coaster. In between throwing tennis racquets at umpires yelling that “They couldn’t be serious” to slapping the turf of 6 yard boxes in in the style of Bayen’s Samuel Kuffour when Ole Gunnar knocked in the matchwinner in Camp Nou. We’ll give a quick scoot through our past un-reported games and then let you know how today’s game went before the Coopers wears off. 2 Fridays ago we played a gang of pretentious bawbag’s in Sydney Uni. Giving them a schooling in the big bad outside world, we put their free thinking, spiced caramel latte sipping souls to the sword with goals from Johnny Carleton & Damo. John’s was a goal of quali ...
Rumours, gossip, transfer news and signings from all of the top European clubs. It's Transfer Talk time. Arsenal: We're bringing Cescy back This is a rumour to get Arsenal fans excited. According to The Mirror, Arsene Wenger is keen to pursue a deal to bring Cesc Fabregas back to the Emirates Stadium just three years after he left for Barcelona. Fabregas has enjoyed mixed fortunes at the Camp Nou and is apparently open to a return to the Premier League just 12 months after he was strongly linked with a move to Manchester United. It's thought that the Old Trafford outfit will renew their interest in the midfielder, but Arsenal have first refusal on their former captain and could secure his signature for around 35 million pounds. Bernard interest building Another name on Arsenal's wish list is Brazilian winger Bernard, who is seeking an exit route from Shakhtar Donetsk. The social unrest in Ukraine has prompted a number of the league's top players to look for transfers this summer, with Bernard one of the m ...
Man Utd SEAL Toni Kroos DEAL! Reports indicate Man Utd have agreed £20 million deal to take Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos to Old Trafford. 24 year-old Kroos joins Southampton teen star Luke Shaw as new players set to arrive to beef the Red Devils. Meanwhile, Utd are also being linked with Arjen Robben and Borussia Dortmund defence pillar Mats Hummels to begin the new Louis Van Gaal revolution. Meanwhile, Sameul Eto'o has again riduculed his former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho calling the Blues boss a 'puppet' over the Portuguese's doubts over the Cameroun madala's real age. Recently, Eto'o called Mourinho a 'fool'. And cry baby Yaya Toure has indicated he feels unappreciated by Man City after the newly crowned English Premier League champions failed to say 'happy birthday' to the Ivory Coast midfielder during a league win celebration party where a 1000 kg cake was devoured by the club's hierarchy. Toure wants to rejoin Barcelona who have appointed former Celta Vigo coach and former Camp Nou star . ...
Louis Van Gaal vs. United ! Louis Van Gaal has faced Manchester United four times and, on every occasion, football fans have been treated to high-octane matches filled with goals and attacking endeavour. In September 1998, the Dutchman brought Barcelona to Old Trafford for a memorable Champions League tie. Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs scored early goals but Sonny Anderson and Giovanni restored parity on the hour. David Beckham’s stunning free-kick was then cancelled out by Luis Enrique’s penalty, capping a wonderful 3-3 draw. Remarkably, the sides did it all again two months later. The Catalans led first through Anderson, only for Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole to put United ahead. Two Rivaldo goals then sandwiched Yorke’s second to clinch another entertaining 3-3 draw at Camp Nou. Eleven years later, in March 2010, van Gaal’s Bayern Munich welcomed United to the Allianz Arena. Wayne Rooney opened the scoring in the first leg after just 66 seconds, before Franck Ribery's deflected free-kick set up a dr ...
As of today, I have toured Camp Nou, Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge, Anfield, Wembley, The Olympic Birds Nest in Beijing, The Olympic Stadium in London, the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, and Red Bull Arena. The futbol fans out there will understand how content I am with life right now. I haven't even reached 21 years old yet.
That Cowboy Arena in Dallas makes Old Trafford or Camp Nou look like a public park. All our host cities have existed for at least a century
Diego Costa aint even play tho. Camp Nou is becoming like Old Trafford.
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UEFA CHAMPIONS QUARTER FINAL PRODUCES DOUBLE DRAWS: Tuesday saw the return of the Champions League, with the first pair of quarter-finals offering mouth-watering ties between Manchester United and Bayern Munich, and Barcelona and La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid. Both first legs turned out to be closer than expected, with out-of-form United holding reigning champions Bayern to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford and Atleti coming away from Camp Nou with the same scoreline. United ensured they go to the Allianz Arena next week with a fighting chance even though Nemanja Vidic's second-half header was cancelled out by Bastian Schweinsteiger - who was then sent off late in the game - on 66 minutes. United would happily have taken a draw after spending much of the first half chasing shadows as Bayern dominated possession with Toni Kroos orchestrating matters in midfield. The Germans enjoyed almost 80 per cent of the ball in the opening 45 minutes and came closest to scoring when Arjen Robben was denied by a superb one-h ...
Shocking results coming through European Champions League at Old Trafford and Camp Nou
Which of this stadium do you think is hard for visiting club to get a win in it??? (1) Stamford Bridge (2) Satiago Bernabuea (3) Allianz Arena (4) Ethiad (5) Camp Nou (6) San Siro (7) Old Trafford (8) Emirate (9) Vicente Calderon (10) Others (Mention)
Cameroonian international midfielder Alex Song has sat down with beIN Sport this week and, despite the fact that the Barcelona midfielder failed to talk about Manchester United or David Moyes throughout his interview, gossip columns are now linking the ex-Arsenal man to Old Trafford. Song has a contract with Barcelona until June 2107, however few believe the ex-Gunner will stay at the Camp Nou for that long. According to the rumour mill Song is on the shortlist of expendable players at Barca, and many expect the Catalans to get rid of him this summer. The 26-year-old has started just nine La Liga matches this term, following 17 starts in the 2012-13 campaign. Talking to beIN Sport, Song stated: If I leave Barcelona, it will be to return to the Premier League. I will return to England one day, that’s for sure. He (Arsene Wenger) was like a father to me. He spoke a lot with me when I arrived to Arsenal. I wanted to renew my contract with Arsenal but in that case I would have regretted not joining Barcelon ...
Daily Mirror is reporting that Manchester United are weighing up a summer move for Barcelona midfielder Alexandre Song. The Cameroon international is widely expected to quit Camp Nou at the end of the season in search of regular playing time. According to the latest reports, the 26-year-old is keen on a return to English Premier League, and Manchester United are thought to be showing interest in his services. The Red Devils boss David Moyes is desperate to reinforce his midfield ahead of the 2014/2015 season and Song appears to be one of the players he is looking at. And with Darren Dein, son of former United chief David, currently acting as the player’s agent, a summer switch to Old Trafford could be on the cards. Manchester United face Olympiakos in Athens in the first leg of the Champions League Last 16 stage clash, and the Premier League giants have been made favourites to win at Karaiskaki.
VALDES TO JOIN CITY IN SUMMER? Well, this one has rather come out of nowhere, but the Daily Star this morning report that Manchester City have moved to the front of the queue to sign Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes when he leaves the Camp Nou this summer. We had assumed that the goalkeeper would join Monaco, and the principality certainly seemed like Vlades' likely destination, but the paper claim that the goalkeeper has failed to sign the pre-contract agreement needed to confirm the deal. Whether signing a 32-year-old who would presumably have designs on being the no.1 at the Etihad when Joe Hart is back demonstrating close to his best form is a good idea, we'll let you decide. We're unconvinced. But what's this to seal the deal? A quote from Pellegrini to confirm interest? Well, not really. "He's not in our thoughts right now." Ah. KAGAWA INTERESTS BESIKTAS We tend to think that whilst Shinji Kagawa has largely failed to impress during his time at Old Trafford, he is still capable of doing a pretty f ...
Barcelona 4-0 Man UtdChampions League group stage 1994 The European ban following the Heysel disaster in 1985 had affected English clubs badly, and it would be many years until they truly found their feet again. This was illustrated in 1994 when United, the dominant side in England, were knocked out of the Champions League in the group stages, finishing below IFK Gotenborg and Barcelona. In the two games against the Blaugrana, the difference in class was startling. United scraped a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford thanks to an impudent backheel by Lee Sharpe after Romario and Jose Maria Bakero had turned around Mark Hughes' opener, but in the return clash at Camp Nou, Johan Cruyff's 'Dream Team' handed their counterparts a footballing lesson with a crushing 4-0 win. Hristo Stoichkov (2), Romario and Albert Ferrer grabbed the goals in a game which signalled one of Sir Alex Ferguson's worst decisions as manager of United when, due to the three- foreigner rule, he dropped iconic goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel in f ...
Jose Mourinho is very stupid, a real *** top class moron;; of all the people in this world he is the last person who should criticize anti football.. what did he do at Camp Nou in 2010 with Inter when he ran onto the pitch celebrating 10-0 formation? what did he do at Old Trafford and Emirates this season? what did he say after that? did he go to play? now he calls West Ham a 19th century team for doing the same,absolute rubbish
Someone with brains Michael Laudrup, said: “It’s very special – it’s a great day for the players and the fans as well. “I’ve been asked if that special thing about Old Trafford has changed because four teams had won here [before us] but the reason why some stadiums are very special – Old Trafford, Bernabéu, Camp Nou and so on – it’s because of the history of the clubs, not because of what has happened in one, two or three seasons. Atleast he knows Old Trafford is one of the best and we are having a bad season -
You may have won at Westfalenstadion, Allianz Arena, Camp Nou, Santiago Bernabeu but you'll ALWAYS be owned at OLD TRAFFORD!!
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Two great matches today... One, the El Classico at Camp Nou between Madrid and Barca and second, the relegation battle at Old Trafford between Stoke and Manchester United.
Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge & Camp Nou "22. Places you'd love to see before you die”
Which is the place that you have always wanted to visit? — Camp Nou or Old Trafford
Transfer Zone Cerezo: Villa the perfect replacement for Falcao The Atletico Madrid chief has little doubt the newly signed Spain international has what it takes to succeed at the club to make the fans forget about the Colombian striker 2:22 PM Mkhitaryan completes €27.5m Dortmund move The Bundesliga giants have confirmed the signing of the Armenia international on a four-year deal 1:30 PM Striking the balance: What next for Barcelona after David Villa? The Camp Nou club are unlikely to sign another forward despite cutting their losses on the Spain international, who cost €40 million three years ago 1:06 PM 'Nowhere better than Manchester United' - Rio Ferdinand warns Rooney against exit The Red Devils defender says Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Real Madrid is the perfect example to illustrate that Old Trafford remains the place to be to win trophies 10:22 AM Salgaocar's Balwant Singh and Presley Mascarenhas join Churchill Brothers The former Salgaocar FC striker will add firepower to the I-League ch ...
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Manchester United offer Thiago stunning €7.2m-a-year contract (Submitted by Sports Journalist) Manchester United will triple Thiago's salary to €140,000-a-week if the midfielder completes his move from Barcelona this summer. Goal reported on Thursday that the 22-year-old is set for talks with Camp Nou officials where he will confirm his intention to leave the club after agreeing terms in principle with United. Sources have said that United are confident of completing a €18 million deal for the midfielder despite late interest from Bayern Munich and Barcelona's attempts to keep Thiago at the club after chairman Sandro Rosell met with his father Mazinho last week. Thiago is on his post-season break and Barcelona officials are said to have given up hope of convincing the midfielder to stay after he raised doubts over forthcoming first-team opportunities at Camp Nou ahead of next summer's World Cup. His current contract runs until 2015 but his exit clause plummeted from €90 million to €18m after he ...
Wayne Rooney moving to Camp Nou and Thiago Alcantara arriving at Old Trafford. Barcelona lose, Manchester United gain
European Morning Headlines *Wayne Rooney and Alcantra Thiago to be in a swap deal.Barcelona to sign Rooney for £12m plus Thiago, says report from Spain.They reckon that some kind of elaborate swap deal could be afoot with Thiago and money going to Manchester United and Wayne Rooney going the other way to Barcelona and the Camp Nou. *Manchester City will cash in on Carlos Tevez as Juventus move saves club £27m.Carlos Tevez’S turbulent seven-year spell in England will end today when he joins Juventus in a deal worth potentially £27million to Manchester City. *Manchester United and Arsenal could be set for a summer transfer battle after Alvaro Negredo opened the door on a move to Old Trafford or the Emirates Stadium. *Dortmund challenge Liverpool in the race for Mkhitaryan, Borussia may bid €25m.It all could depend on Christian Eriksen. The side from Westphalia are well known admirers of Ajax and Denmark’s star playmaker. *Inter are close to selling Luca Caldirola to Werder Breman, but reports sugge ...
Thiago Alcantara is reportedly close to deciding to leave Barcelona and join Manchester United. Reports in Spain last week had suggested that Thiago has already decided to quit Barca, with new United boss David Moyes reportedly ready to meet his €18million buy-out clause. Bayern Munich are believed to be keen on signing the 22-year-old, while Chelsea have also been linked with the Spain international in recent days. But according to the Daily Mirror, United are edging closing to winning the race to sign Thiago, with a five-year deal on the table following "detailed talks" between officials from Old Trafford and Camp Nou. United are the bookmakers' favourites to sign Alcantara, and Red Devils goalkeeper David De Gea this week called for his international team-mate to join him in Manchester next season. "Hopefully I will have a Spanish team-mate at United next season. I, and every other Manchester United player, would like him to join the club," De Gea was quoted as saying by El Mundo Deportivo. "We have ...
Please don't break our hearts! You'll never be adored in Old Trafford as much as in Camp Nou.
David De Gea appears to have written hat-trick star Thiago Alcantara a cheeky ‘welcome to Manchester’ message. The Manchester United goalkeeper looks to have scribbled ‘See you in Manchester!’ on his Euro Under-21 final match-ball. Spanish midfielder Thiago is wanted by new United boss David Moyes as a long-term replacement for Paul Scholes. Barcelona’s whizkid capped some dazzling form in the Euro Under-21 Championships with a first-half treble in Tuesday’s 4-2 final victory over Italy and kept the ball as a souvenir. It was signed by every member of the victorious Spain squad. And it appears De Gea took the opportunity to give his team-mate a nudge towards a move to Old Trafford. Thiago was photographed holding the ball with the message ‘Nos Vemos en Manchester’ — which means ‘see you in Manchester’. De Gea has spoken openly of his desire for Thiago, 22, to join him in the Premier League — and Moyes could get him for just £15million. The Spaniard’s Nou Camp contract includes a ...
I hope to one day go to Spain and watch a F.C. Barcelona game at Camp Nou! One of my biggest dreams to watch the Greatest Futbol Player in the World, Lionel Messi score! :D
Arsenal and Manchester United are prepared to begin a battle for £40 million-rated Cesc Fabregas. According to the Sun, David Moyes is keen to recruit Fabregas and has urged the board at Old Trafford to splash the cash for the Barca midfielder. Arsenal have first refusal on Fabregas, who they sold to Barca in 2011, although the 26-year-old insists he is prepared to fight for his place at Camp Nou. Moyes will offer Fabregas a regular starting place at United as he looks to restructure the Red Devils. Fabregas may be tempted by the opportunity to link up with fellow Spaniards Mikel Arteta and Santi Cazorla at Arsenal, but the Premier League champions appear a more realistic target.
United targeting Cesc Fabregas; De Bruyne set for Chelsea return Former Manchester United left-back Denis Irwin has revealed the club’s top summer transfer target is FC Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas, ESPN understands. Fabregas, 26, is reportedly seeking a move away from the Camp Nou after receiving inconsistent playing time under manager Tito Vilanova last season. According to reports, Arsenal have the ‘first-option’ to re-sign Fabregas, but United are confident they can outbid their English Premier League rivals for the Spain international. Irwin is currently an “ambassador” at Old Trafford. He was among the first experts to reveal the Red Devils’ interest in Arsenal forward Robin Van Persie last summer. “Cesc Fabregas has zoomed up Manchester United’s transfer target list to the top position and the champions are going to move heaven and earth to get him,” Irwin told the Sunday World. “The Barcelona star wants out of the Nou Camp and United want him badly, so the deal should be ...
3 REASONS WHY Man Utd SHOULD SIGN Cesc Fabregas-STATISTICS Barcelona are said to be going through a period of change in order to get their Champions League crown back, and with it there have been plenty of rumours of regarding players who are on their way out of Camp Nou. One of those men continually linked has been Former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas. . Here are three reasons why the 26-year-old should make the switch to the champions. 1-UNITED NEED A STOPWATCH Since Paul Scholes has retired,Old Trafford will be looking for a replacement. Despite his miniature frame,they will be enormous boots to fill and anybody who is signed in the central midfield will have a lot of pressure on them. Pressure is an everyday occurrence for Fabregas.Being Arsenal's main man and now playing for Barcelona,as well as the strongest footballing nation on the planet right now,has ensured Fabregas goes about his game with a cool head. In his 36 La Liga appearances this season,he has accumulated an 89% pass success,so he ce ...
Cesc Fabregas would prefer a return to Arsenal over a switch to Manchester United or Manchester City and will make a decision on his Barcelona future next week. According to The Mirror, the Spain international is frustrated over the minor role he has been given in Barcelona’s big games this season and will have talks with manager Tito Vilanova after the Camp Nou club play their final league game. The report claims Fabregas still hopes to return to Arsenal one day and the Gunners would be his preferred destination should talks with Vilanova not progress. New Manchester United manager David Moyes is a keen admirer of the 26-year-old but any move by the Old Trafford club would be hindered by a clause in the deal that saw Fabregas leave them for Barcelona. That clause, according to the report, gives Arsene Wenger first option on the midfielder and allows them to bring him back to Emirates Stadium for a fee of between £20-25million. It also means any bid by Manchester United – as well as other reported ri ...
Barcelona have given this weekend to Cesc Fabregas to put down his desire whether he wants to move out of Camp Nou or not. Manchester United and Arsenal have asked Barcelona for an asking price but due to personal inclination, Arsenal have the preference of signing the midfielder. Where do you want him to see Gunners? Old Trafford or Emirates? Would love to have him back though..!!
Trio share Treble memories Bayern Munich's triumph in the 2013 Champions League final has brought back memories of the 1999 equivalent fixture for a trio of ex-Manchester United aces. Ronny Johnsen, Teddy Sheringham and Jaap Stam all helped the Reds to beat Bayern 14 years ago today (Sunday) to complete an unprecedented haul of trophies. It's a feat which some, Sir Alex Ferguson included, believe will never be repeated. The trio are all set to play together again next Sunday, 2 June, against a Real Madrid Legends XI at Old Trafford. Tickets are still available for the Red Heart United charity game. "Every year, people start talking about it in January," said Sheringham, who scored United's equaliser in the Camp Nou final and then provided the assist for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's winner. "Once a team gets through the third round of the FA Cup, everyone starts talking about it but they should be saying, 'Whoah, there's a long way to go yet'. "We had a little bit of the rub of the green at the right time and we ...
Brendan Rodgers went to Camp Nou,Santiago Bernabeu and Old Trafford to learn about their philosophies and worked with Jose Mourinho
Must be ace score a goal at places like Old Trafford, Bernabeu, Camp Nou, Vale Park, San Siro, Westfalenstadion, Best grounds in the world.
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I wanna see a football match at Stamford Bridge, Old Trafford, Santiago Bernabéu, Camp Nou, Hampden Park, San Siro and Westfalenstadion
Camp Nou was quieter than Old Trafford when I went. Nice facilities but atmosphere ? The stewards make sure its left outside
»Man United vs Real Madrid: Can 'Hulk' Ronaldo shake up Old Trafford like R9? A certain Ronaldo, nicknamed R9, haunted Manchester United the last time Real Madrid played at Old Trafford. Can Cristiano, also known as CR7, emulate the iconic Brazilian's feat? Cristiano Ronaldo’s form in 2013 has gone up a new level. The Portuguese winger is widely considered as the most complete player in world football due to his ability to score with the head and both feet,from open play and set-pieces. During the last five days, his excellence has helped Real Madrid to down Barcelona’s momentum. In the Copa del Rey semis on February 26, Cristiano Ronaldo hit a brace,taking his tally to eight goals in his last six matches at the Camp Nou. This inspired Los Blancos to a 3-1 victory against their bitter rivals. C.Ronaldo was not finished on Saturday. He came off the bench to make more shots on goal (6) than the entire Barcelona team (5) in the last 33 minutes of El Clasico in La Liga. He revived Real Madrid’s play, t ...
Iker Casillas piles even more pressure on Cristiano Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo is a man that thrives on pressure and it appears his Real Madrid Captain Iker Casillas is fully aware of this, saying that the in-form forward can help the Spanish club progress in the Champions League. By: Thomas Rooney Madrid travel to Manchester United on Tuesday of course and the tie is evenly matched after the first-leg with the score level at 1-1. Ronaldo was the man that equalised for Madrid and Ronaldo is the man that can ensure they progress according to Casillas. The Spanish international said: “Cristiano is vital for us. Right now he’s in sensational form and gives us his maximum. “We have a 1-1 draw from the first leg against United and we have to score and keep a clean sheet. “It will be difficult as they also know how to play and their ground is tough to play at. We have to transfer what we did here at Camp Nou to Old Trafford.” There have been suggestions that Ronaldo will find the emotion of returning t ...
Name the top 7 stadiums you have visited mine is Wembley,Camp Nou,Old Trafford,St James Park,Etihad Stadium,Anfield,White Hart Lane or Stadium Of Light-Kaidale
Kaka could be poised for 'shock' starts at the Camp Nou & Old Trafford, writes blogger Nicholas Rigg
Whilst Mourinho works with his available outfield players on Valdebeas pitch 1, and focuses on the ideal tactics to undo Barça and Manchester United, the neighbouring pitch has seen Xabi Alonso aiming to return to full fitness with Rui Faria. This has been the lay of the land at the Madrid training complex for the last two days. Xabi Alonso's recovery is of vital importance for the Real Madrid training staff. In fact, so much so that Mourinho's right-hand man, Rui Faria, is working closely with the central midfielder so he can be in the best possible shape for the coming crucial double-header. There's no way he can get to the Camp Nou and Old Trafford at 100%, but he seems to be progressing well enough play.
Manchester United are preparing to sell Anders Lindegaard in the summer as they make room for the arrival of top goalkeeper target Asmir Begovic , Goal.com understands. United have been closely monitoring the Stoke No.1 since last summer due to doubts over Lindegaard and David De Gea. The Spaniard has been short-listed by Barcelona as a replacement for Victor Valdes, who is set to leave Camp Nou in the summer following a breakdown in contract talks with the runaway La Liga leaders. Goal.com understands that United could have been tempted into off-loading De Gea if they recouped the €21 million fee they paid to Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011. But De Gea’s improved displays either side of the new year, most notably in the 1-1 draw against Real Madrid last Wednesday, has prompted a major re-think at Old Trafford. Lindegaard and De Gea were rotated in goal by Ferguson earlier in the season but the Dane has slipped down the pecking order and has made only one appearance in the FA Cup since conceding ...
What is the best stadium you have ever been to? ive been to a few like Wembely, Bernabeu, Camp Nou, Old Trafford, Allianz Arena, San Siro, Anfield, Goodison Park but tbh my favourite is Celtic Park the atmosphere is amazing -ollie
In Africa if u really wanna be entertained don't go to football stadiums or any kind of sporting descipline. Juss watch the politicians and I tell u no even Camp Nou,Old Trafford,Stamford are as entertainin as an African Parliamentary session.
Going by the best ground you have been too, what stadiums have u been in? I been Camp Nou, Ibrox, Celtic Park, Hampden, Falkirk, Partick Thistle, Clyde, Peterhead, Albion, Stadium Of Light, Old Trafford, Stranraer, Stirling Albion, Stenhousemuir, Annan, Elgin, Hibs, Hearts, Montrose, sure there been a few more, only need 1 stadium in the SFL 3 to complete that league, and thats Berwick. /Rab
I'm glad I've been to 6 stadiums. Been to Nou Camp, Wembley, Emirates, Anfield, Old Trafford and Etihad Stadium \m/
mber 23, 2012 England - 12:20 Manchester United boss Sir Alex: I will definitely make changes for festive fixtures The 70-year-old is planning to make a number of alterations to his team as they face difficult upcoming Premier League games as well as an FA Cup tie away to West Ham England - 12:05 Van Persie has improved at Manchester United, says Netherlands boss Van Gaal The Dutch national team manager believes the 29-year-old's switch to Old Trafford has made him a better player than he was at Arsenal, and has praised his desire to keep improving Omar Momani: Cartoon of the Day - 12:00 Cartoon of the Day: Bad Santa Mourinho leaves Casillas out in the cold Goal.com cartoonist Omar Momani gives us his unique take on the football news of the day Spain - 11:50 You have to seize your chances at Barcelona, says Tello The Blaugrana youngster admits that competition is fierce at Camp Nou but remains positive about his opportunities to play in "the best team in the world" England - 11:35 Arsenal must win or ...
Bojan Krkic goings back to Camp Nou , Lukas Podolski goings back to Munich , Ronaldo goins back to Old Trafford
Manchester United have ditched plans to add an extra 15,000 seats at Old Trafford, according to Goal.com. The Premier League leaders reportedly wanted to expand the Old Trafford capacity to over 90,000, but plans have been shelved due to excessive cost. The Glazer family, who own the Manchester club, are keen to maximise revenue, and an expansion of Old Trafford, which is already the largest Premier League ground, is believed to have been considered. An extra 15,000 seats would have taken Manchester United's stadium into the upper echelons of the world's biggest grounds. It is currently the ninth biggest in Europe, the planned expansion would have taken it past Wembley Stadium as the second largest. Only the Camp Nou in Barcelona would have been bigger on the continent. The report claims United were exploring the plausibility of expanding the South stand across a railway line which forms a border to the back of the stadium. But, adding an extra tier would reportedly cost around £30m, and in the current f ...
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West Ham will move into the Premier League's second-biggest stadium when they swap the Boleyn Ground for the Olympic Stadium, with the Hammers' new home behind only Old Trafford in terms of capacity. The Olympic Stadium currently holds 80,000 spectators but will be reduced to 60,000+ and altered to fit football purpose after West Ham were named as the London Legacy Development Corporation's first choice tenants. Arsenal's 60,361 Emirates Stadium will be narrowly beaten by the capacity of the Hammers' new home, but both will still be lagging behind Manchester United's 75,765-seater ground arena. Old Trafford is not, however, the largest association football stadium in Europe and, in fact, it fails to even come close to the Camp Nou, which accommodates almost 100,000 supporters. The highest ever attendance at the Camp Nou came in the days before all-seater stadiums, when 120,000 Catalans crammed in to watch Barcelona take on Juventus in March 1986. Wembley Stadium, the self-proclaimed 'Home of Football', is ...
Some Facts About Chelsea: John Terry is the first defender ever in history of football who scored 50 goals. Chelsea is the first team to fly a plane. Also we have the oldest stadium of all clubs in Europe. Stamford Bridge was built in 1877! Compare it to Camp Nou, Santiago Bernabeu, San Siro, Old Trafford.
Not a bad 2 and a bit weeks really Camp Nou, Old Trafford and best til last Paradise on Wednesday gone
This photo makes me laugh A LOT but also makes Old Trafford look like as big as the Nou Camp.
Sir Alex Ferguson is understood to now favour Pep Guardiola as his eventual successor at Manchester United. PA Photos Ferguson tried to sign Guardiola when he was a player • Blog: Striking the right note On Tuesday, the club's vice-chairman Ed Woodward said that the Old Trafford hierarchy know what "type of manager" will succeed Ferguson, while it was reported in the Spanish press in the summer that Ferguson had met Guardiola in New York. ESPN has learnt, however, that chief executive David Gill and a member of the Glazer family also met the former Barcelona manager, who left his role at the Camp Nou after four successful years, at that time. While a United source said that the meeting was "informal", the future is understood to have been discussed. For his part, Guardiola is known to view United as a particularly attractive proposition. Although he retains interest in Chelsea, AC Milan and Bayern Munich, the Catalan is said to find the sense of history and atmosphere at Old Trafford especially enticing ...
Invitations have gone out this week for a reunion of the Arsenal class of 2010-11. Dress code? Tear-stained red and white tops. Duration? About three quarters ofthe scheduled time, with proceedings beginning in mightily impressive fashion before flopping in the closing stages. Venue? Manchester, of course. Gaël Clichy, Samir Nasri and Robin Van Persie are already in situ and Cesc Fábregas could be about to join them. How long Fábregas would last at the reunion is not known, as it seems reunions tend to turn sour for the player: who is currently fuming on the Barcelona bench asTito Vilonova refuses to share Fábregas's vision of his destiny. Although the midfielder inssited this week that he remains happy at Camp Nou, a previous declaration of discontent has got Manchester United thinking that they could lure him to Old Trafford. Mind you, Milan and, more ominously, Paris Saint-German are also interested. Sir Alex Ferguson is also said to be preparing to try to persuade the Glazers to stump up the fee a ...
"One day I want to go to an El Clasico at Camp Nou *Manchester Derby *Old Trafford
Myeni must go to Old Trafford or Camp Nou to learn The Art of Diving
Chelsea the club that pull surprises, sitting 6th in the league yet won UCL, as the only remaining English club in UCL last season that save the *** of english clubs not losing their 4 slots to UCL, 3rd club in europe that could change the deficit of 3-1 to 4-1 against Napoli, being the only club to have won Almighty Barcelona with 10 men down at dangerous ground of Camp Nou with 2 attempts on goal 2 goals, went to Allianz Arena inside the room of Almighty German machine of Bayern Munich and claim their maiden Champion league trophy with just a caretaker now the manager of Chelsea ( Di Matteo), the only club that change coaches every season still the club that 25 years manger Ferguson is concerned about. Manchester United the only club that went trophy-less with 25 years manager Ferguson, beaten blue and black yesterday by our former youngest sacked coach (AVB) and break the record and spell of Tottenham not have won Man U at Old Trafford for 23 years, if you are a Chelsea fan be proud of the family you j ...
I have walked out at Camp Nou with almost 100,000 catalans whistling at me, played in front of 90,000 at Wembley, And faced up to the abuse 75000 supporters inside Old Trafford can muster. Anfield has capacity of half of those venues; but it,s power remains UNTOUCHABLE. From 'Steven Gerrard, "My Liverpool Story" zeeTAJ
we lose 5-0 at the Camp Nou, you lost 6-1 to City at Old Trafford in front of your own supporters so STFU
qué bién :) I love it there :) Almost went to Camp Nou :( I'll go to Old Trafford one day tho :) xx
It's not the Nou Camp it's the Camp Nou. You wouldn't call Old Trafford. Trafford Old!
so Jordi Alba is going to Camp Nou. I really wanted that kid at Old Trafford
asked a question "What is the best stadium, Camp Nou or Santiago Bernabéu? Old Trafford or Wembley Stadium?"
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like it! but how we want to play at Old Trafford? in this shirt? will be 3rd kit? or with AC Milan @ San Siro, or Camp Nou?
Cristiano Ronaldo pulled clear of Lionel Messi again in the European Golden Shoe standings after the Portuguese star scored the winner in Real Madrid's 2-1 win over Barcelona at Camp Nou on Saturday. The Former Manchester United forward netted past Victor Valdes in the 73rd minute to take Los Blancos seven points clear at the top of La Liga and in the process set a new personal league record by scoring 42 goals in a single season. Robin Van Persie remained in third place despite netting just once in his last seven Premier League outings and he failed to score again in Arsenal's 0-0 draw with Chelsea on Saturday. This allowed Wayne Rooney to move within one goal of him after the England international bagged two against his former team Everton, as Manchester United drew 4-4 with the Toffees at Old Trafford. In the Bundesliga, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar joined Mario Gomez on 25 goals for the season after the Dutch forward netted in Schalke's 1-1 draw with Augsburg. The Bayern forward on the other hand, could not ge ...
Before I die I need to visit Old Trafford, Camp Nou, and El Azteca one more time
el Omnilife,Camp Nou, Emirates,giuseppe meazza,Old trafford. omg! i want to go to all of those!
How funny is it to see Athletic Bilbao looking to defend at the Nou Camp... Came to Old Trafford with a fearless approach
Old Trafford, Allianz Arena, San Siro and Camp Nou. I would like to know these football stadiums. :-)
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