Old Trafford & Patrick Vieira
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. Patrick Vieira (born 23 June 1976 in Dakar, Senegal) is a retired French footballer of Senegalese descent who is the Football Development Executive at Manchester City. /5
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*GREAT MOMENT* GGM 01: Arsenal go 49 league games unbeaten Played 49, Won 36, Drawn 13, Lost None. The Arsenal squad which set a new unbeaten league record between May 2003 and October 2004 will live long in the memory and forever in the history books. The Gunners' historic run actually began amid the ruins of a failed Premiership bid. Arsenal shook off the disappointment of a home defeat against Leeds which handed Manchester United the title to thrash Southampton 6-1 at Highbury on May 7, 2003. No one had an inkling about what would follow. Arsenal started the 2003/04 campaign in style with four straight wins but almost came unstuck at Old Trafford in game No 8 of their run. Ruud Van Nistelrooy's late penalty cannoned off the crossbar and Arsenal escaped with a 0-0 draw. It was the closest shave of the entire 49-game sequence. For the most part Arsenal brushed aside all-comers home and away. There were memorable wins at Elland Road, Stamford Bridge and Anfield, plus some great goals along the way. Robert ...
THE GINGER NINJA TURNED PUNDIT!! Manchester United’s performance may have been disastrous on the pitch during their derby humiliation at the hands of Manchester City – but at least one ex player put in a star turn on Tuesday night. Paul Scholes, who retired last summer along with Sir Alex Ferguson, was a surprise choice of Sky Sports pundit for the match at Old Trafford last night as the notoriously shy former midfielder made the rarest of appearances in front of the TV cameras. Scholes was famous for being camera shy during his playing career, rarely giving interviews and, when he did, looking extremely uncomfortable in the media glare as he kept his opinions to himself and made minimal noise. However, following in the footsteps of former team- mate Gary Neville – now regarded as the best football pundit going – Scholes made a big impression on Sky as he let loose on the failings of his former club, and old rivals Arsenal. Scholes limbered up with a precise dissection of the problems affecting Da ...
Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira has revealed he started the infamous tunnel row between the Gunners and Manchester United in 2005. Vieira sparked a hostile exchange between the two bitter rivals at Highbury as the players lined up in the tunnel ahead of kick-off. The bust-up was partially captured by television cameras, with United's Roy Keane responding angrily after Vieira exchanged words with Gary Neville. United went on to win the Premier League clash 4-2, with neither side punished for the fracas, and former France star Vieira admitted he caused the tunnel chaos in an ITV documentary, Keane and Vieira: The Best of Enemies, to be screened on Tuesday. "I started it," Vieira said. "I was cool, I was really calm, I was smiling at him - and then he lost it. "When we played at Old Trafford his (Gary Neville's) tackling was flying in on Robert Pires and he was doing it on purpose, and I said 'listen, we are not at Old Trafford here, this is Highbury'. "So I said to him 'if you touch Robert, I will come after ...
TOP 10 Inspired Premier League signings. 10. Joe Hart | Shrewsbury Town to Manchester City Before reading this, remember: form is temporary, class is permament. Joe Hart will be back to his brilliant best before too long. Manchester City signed the current England No. 1 goalkeeper from Shrewsbury Town in 2006 - for the bargain price of £600,000 9. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer | Molde to Manchester United Plucked from Molde in 1996, Sir Alex Ferguson brought Norway striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to Old Trafford for the bargain price of £1.5m. 8. Dennis Bergkamp | Inter Milan to Arsenal In 1995, things weren't going to plan for Dutch striker Dennis Bergkamp, who had left Ajax two years earlier. He needed to leave Inter Milan in order to resurrect his career - and that's where Arsene Wenger stepped in. The Arsenal boss recognised the forward's extraordinary talent and did not hesitate to spend £7.5m on his services. 7. Patrick Vieira | AC Milan to Arsenal The France international was a key part of the Gunners 'Invi ...
PHOTOS: Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, & Dennis Bergkamp celebrating their victory at Old Trafford in the 2002
Patrick Vieira and Roy Keane have been spotted having a fist fight along Old Trafford's corridors. Ugly.
REVEALED: THE THREE SUPERSTARS FERGIE TRIED TO SIGN FOR Man Utd Submitted by tribalfootball.com on Mon, 10/28/2013 - 09:27 1 Share on email Share on print Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson missed out on three amazing signings during his time in charge. The Daily Star Sunday reports Fergie had a deal wrapped up for Paolo Di Canio after United won the Champions League in 1999. The Italian had accepted the offer before then coming back to tell Old Trafford chiefs he wanted more money, which they declined. Ferguson also agreed a deal to bring Ronaldinho to Old Trafford too. The legendary boss was keen to get in talismanic players like the Brazilian and he was ready to spend £19m to snap him up. The transfer was being funded by the sale of David Beckham but, like the Di Canio deal, it fell through at the last minute. Ferguson asked chief executive Peter Kenyon to ring Arsenal to enquire about the availability of Patrick Vieira in the 90s. Kenyon informed Fergie he had but a day later the Scot me ...
Live SPORT Reporting as it happens BBC 1142: TENNIS Britain's Andy Murray wraps up the second set 6-0 but Borna Coric ends Murray's nine-game winning streak by holding to love in the opening game of the third set. Andy Murray 1138: FOOTBALL Patrick Vieira Next week sees the start of UEFA's new Youth League, and some famous faces will be on the sidelines overseeing the under-19 teams. Former Arsenal striker Patrick Vieira is in charge of Manchester City's youngsters, while ex-Italy international Filippo Inzaghi is coaching the youth team of his former club, AC Milan. Manchester United's side is coached by Nicky Butt, himself a product of the Old Trafford youth side. 1135: CRICKET - COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP Sussex v Yorkshire BBC Sport's Kevin Smith: Inspection at Hove at 12 due to wet outfield. Weather brighter but there is further rain approaching on the radar! GET INVOLVED O'Hanlon: How can world football grow in countries if we don't give them the opportunity? Why should Europe dominate? Dave Burrows: They w ...
Average day! Anfield, Etihad, Old Trafford visited! Also great matches v Man City with Patrick Vieira watching!!
Manchester United 0-0 ARSENAL - 21 AUGUST In 2002, Arsenal clinched the Premiership title with a 1-0 win at Old Trafford, last term they surrendered the match 2-0, and eventually their title. This season, Old Trafford was once again a battlefield and though the teams fought a stalemate, Arsenal delivered a telling blow. Not least to Ruud Van Nistelrooy - both physically and mentally - after the Dutchman missed an injury-time penalty. Martin Keown taunts Ruud Van Nistelrooy Van Nistelrooy had earlier clashed with Patrick Vieira and the Gunners skipper was sent off for his second booking, which incensed his team-mates. And when the United striker smashed his spot-kick against the bar, the beautiful game turned ugly. On the final whistle, Van Nistelrooy was buffeted by a number of Arsenal players. Arsenal players banned Lauren, Martin Keown, Ashley Cole and Ray Parlour were all later fined and suspended after pleading guilty to improper conduct. Their actions can not be condoned, but the episode demonstrated ...
Vieira advised me to quit Old Trafford - Pogba! Paul Pogba said dat he left ManU for Juventus afta talking wt Patrick Vieira.
Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Patrick Vieira, Robert Pires - The 'Invincibles' remain the only team to complete an entire Premier League season unbeaten. The achievement was eventually ended in their 50th match - a 2-0 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford. But, without doubt the greatest Premier League side so far.
World Cup-winner Patrick Vieira will be a proud man when players from Senegal play against Team GB at Old Trafford
Giggs could play for 50 seasons and would never reach the higher notes in Cantona's repertoire, while Henry was a supreme athlete and an instinctive natural finisher but nobody can really argue that he's had the weight of influence at Arsenal that Cantona did at United. Arsenal won two titles in Henry's eight seasons; United won four in Cantona's five and the one that got away owed much to his self-enforced absence. Yes, Henry has a statue at the Emirates, but Cantona is a religion at Old Trafford. Shearer was a rampaging force of nature, but while he was perpetually sprinting off to the crowd with one arm in the air celebrating, Cantona was forging an empire. And though Patrick Vieira and Roy Keane have both earned their place in the pantheon of Premier League greats, Cantona's legacy will live on long after they resume their hostilities in the great football match in the sky.
Patrick Vieira suggests Man United get help from the refs at Old Trafford:
Man City have banned BBC's Dan Roan for twisting Patrick Vieira's comments over refereeing decisions at Old Trafford...
“Patrick Vieira has suggested Manchester United receive preferential treatment from referees at Old Trafford. HE'S RIGHT!
Patrick Vieira feels he was misrepresented by BBC reporter Dan Roan regarding comments about referees at Old Trafford
Referees are guilty of favouring Manchester Utd at Old Trafford, according to Patrick Vieira.
Patrick Vieira has goaded Manchester United for a second time after claiming they get preferential treatment from referees at Old Trafford.
Patrick Vieira has offered opinion on Man United by suggesting they receive preferential treatment from referees at Old Trafford
Patrick Vieira has launched a second volley at Manchester United by claiming the Old Trafford outfit get…
Patrick Vieira is absolute bang on with these comments, but hey the almighty managed to get a penalty at old Trafford
Patrick Vieira is speaking the truth!! Old Trafford *** no it should be named Corrupt Trafford
"After watching the 'penalty' decision on Monday night at Old Trafford, it's difficult to disagree with Patrick Vieira.
Considering ex-referees have already admitted to favouring United at Old Trafford, I see nothing wrong with what Patrick Vieira says
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