Rafa Benitez & Man Utd

Rafael Rafa Benítez Maudes (born 16 April 1960) is a football manager, and former player. Manchester United Football Club is an English professional football club, based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, that plays in the Premier League. 5.0/5

Rafa Benitez Man Utd Real Madrid Manchester United Roberto Mancini Juan Mata Fernando Torres Gareth Bale Jose Mourinho Champions League Stamford Bridge Wayne Rooney Premier League Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester City Man City Inter Milan Mario Balotelli

Rafa Benitez hopes to be a 'happy' man at Newcastle United once the transf..
Transfer News: Man Utd's Vidal talks, Liverpool eye ex-Chelsea boss, Arsenal's blow Manchester United held talks with Arturo Vidal over the summer, Rafa Benitez could be set for a return to Liverpool, and Chelsea are set to snap up Arsenal target Zakaria Bakkali.
Napoli line up a move for Etienne Capoue, while Arsenal eye Glen Johnson. Gunners are looking to take the Real Madrid starlet Alvaro Morata on loan then buy in the summer rather than pay over the odds for a permanent signing this month. Manchester City and Arsenal are weighing up bids for £10m-rated Celtic centre-back Virgil van Dijk. Mohamed Salah could snub Liverpool. Man Utd boss David Moyes given £100m warchest and could crash Arsenal's Diego Costa deal. Chelsea's Juan Mata eyed for transfer to Atletico Madrid with talks on his future set for this week. The Spanish club are hoping to sign him on loan with a view to a permanent move in the summer, while there has also been interest from former interim boss Rafa Benitez at Napoli. Inter Milan confirm they are in talks with Blues over Fredy Guarin. De Bruyne wants a return to Germany according to his agent Jan Kruger. Kevin de Bruyne's agent has denied that there is a £23 million price-tag on the out-of-favour Belgian's head. The attacking midfielder ...
The hottest five rumours of the week, with Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney in PSG's sights, and his former team-mate Ronaldo tipped for a move back to England. PSG want Rooney Paris Saint-Germain have set aside a cool £40m to tempt unsettled Man Utd striker Wayne Rooney to Ligue 1 next season. (Source: Mirror) Ronaldo to Chelsea Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo may end up at Stamford Bridge next season with Jose Mourinho, according to former Real Madrid president Roman Calderon. (Source: Talksport) Napoli keen on Blues raid Italian club Napoli want to bring Rafa Benitez and Fernando Torres to the south of Italy as a double team. (Source: Mirror) Toffees track Mubarak Everton and Inter Milan will fight to the death (not literally) to secure the services of Ghanaian midfielder Wakaso Mubarak from Espanyol. (Source: Marca) Higuain close to Juve move Real Madrid's Argentinean forward Gonzalo Higuain has agreed to join Juventus on a four-year deal worth a staggering £4m per season
Man Utd striker Robin van Persie named player of the month for April while Chelsea's Rafa Benitez has won manager of the month.
Rafa Benitez hails 4 strikers as big reason Man Utd are so good: CHELSEA boss says Wayne Rooney, Robin van...
Man Utd. 2 vs 0 Chelsea FC - In Progress — Half time Refresh scores … -  Rafa Benitez does have options on the bench, however, not least in the form of Hazard. Both Oscar and Moses have struggled to affect the match, while Ba has been wasteful - which could trigger the introduction of Torres. But United have looked very strong at the back and remain dangerous going forward too. … -  Chicharito gave United the lead within five minutes with a lovely looping header, before Rooney's cross *** shot free-kick evaded everyone and snuck in at the far post. Chelsea have offered little in response, with Ferdinand and Evans thumping clear every delivery that has been sent into the box. … -  HALF-TIME! Man United have a deserved two-goal lead after an engaging half of football. The home side have created a number of chances, and could be further ahead but for the reflexes of Cech. They've also dealt with the threat of Chelsea well, with De Gea barely tested. 45′ + 2 - Substitution  Nani  Anto ...
Manager's Preview: Benitez: We must be united INTERIM Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez insists he only chose to speak out at Middlesbrough in order to get fans backing his men. Fans must support the team appeals to Stamford Bridge faithful to back the players on the pitch after his midweek rant. GUNNERS boss Arsene Wenger insists Tottenham winger will be treated like any other player in Sunday’s derby Nothing special for Bale. Fergie: We will get Real and focus on mundane Canaries ALEX FERGUSON insists the glamour of Real Madrid will not distract Man Utd ahead of “mundane” clash with Norwich. Giggs will continue to shine for Manutd admits he is amazed by Ryan Giggs' desire to continue performing at the highest level. Roberto Mancini: We’ve not finished the season yet Man City boss has warned his players that beating beat Chelsea means nothing if they don’t do same to Aston Villa Harry Redknapp not bothered by boo-boys at Southampton QPR boss expects a hostile reception on his return to St Mary’s tomo ...
Ronaldo to Man Utd? Benitez-Chelsea FC bust-up? Laudrup to Real Madrid CF? Tuesday's back pages The top stories making Tuesday's back pages in the UK... The Sun: Andre Villas-Boas and Sam Allardyce both hailed Gareth Bale as world class last night. Also: Nani has been given a take-it-or-leave-it offer on a new contract at Manchester United. And: Arsenal are chasing Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Sebastian Rode. Daily Mirror: Gareth Bale smashed home another wonder strike to lift Tottenham into third place in the Premier League. Also: Manchester United target Robert Lewandowski is set to quit Borussia Dortmund this summer. Daily Star: Gareth Bale produced another stunning show to fire Spurs into third place last night. Also: Manchester United are hoping a sensational breakdown in contract talks between Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid will force him out of Spain and back to Old Trafford. Daily Mail: Rafa Benitez was involved in a training ground bust-up with Chelsea's shell-shocked squad yesterday. Also: ...
Transfer News : Fenerbahce travel to Sevilla to signBenat Fenerbahce have struck a deal to sign the Moroccan attacking midfielder from Montpellier for a fee of €12 million. Newcastle set sights on Thauvin Perez wants Busquets at Real Madrid Juve targets Sampdoria's Pedro Obiang, Andrea Poli and Nenad Krsticic. Basel interested in Hamburg striker Berg Inter table offer for Catania's Lodi Milan have already pocketed €15 million from the deal to take Pato to Corinthians, and they could also ship off defenders Ignazio Abate and Luca Antonini to clubs in Russia to fund move for Balotelli. Real Madrid are confident of luring Gareth Bale to the Bernabeu this summer Man City make £45m Cavani bid Arsenal revive Yanga-Mbiwa interest Blackpool stand firm over £6m Ince valuation Stoke ward off Man Utd's Begovic interest Chelsea are closing in on a £15 million deal for Malaga forward Isco Chelsea are set to offer Frank Lampard a new contract despite not holding talks with the midfielder yet Rafa Benitez has tol ...
you cannot have a impartial FA when members of that board are also executives of man utd quote by Rafa Benitez
Rafa Benitez: "You cannot have an impartial Football Association when members of that board are also executives at Man Utd."
Premier League Statistics : *- Since the start of the 10/11 season, Man City and Man Utd have been awarded 21 PL penalties each, more than any other team. *- Fernando Torres has scored his first penalty goal from just one shot in the Premier, in La Liga he scored 18 in 26. * - Fernando Torres has scored four goals in his first five games under Rafa Benitez at Chelsea, one more than he did a t L iverpool. * - Norwich have now gone nine league games without defeat, their longest run in the top-flight since October 1989. * - Juan Mata conceded six fouls vs Sunderland; he had never conceded more than two in a Premier League game before. * - QPR are the first top-flight team since Sheffield United in 1990-91 to fail to win any of their opening 16 games. * - Stoke City have kept the highest number of clean sheets in the Premier League this season. * - Robert Snodgrass is the first player in the PL this season to assist two or more goals and score in the same game. * - QPR have scored more than once in only two ...
Premier League News & Transfer Gossips - -Roberto Mancini - We cannot seem to be able to score at the moment. The big problem is that to win games you need to score. -Arsenal & Man Utd are tracking Montpellier midfielder Remy Cabella, the £5million-rated ace is close to winning a first French cap (The Sun) -Mario Balotelli's agent Mino Raiola does not believe any Italian club could afford to buy the Manchester City striker, 22, adding the Italian is "as valuable as the Mona Lisa". -Manchester City midfielder David Silva is expected to be fit to face Manchester United on Sunday. -Chelsea defender David Luiz says he will do all he can to win the Europa League this season after the Blues were dumped out of the Champions League. -Former Chelsea manager Avram Grant has ruled out returning to the club to work alongside newly-appointed Rafa Benitez in the future. -Liverpool have been linked with a £12million January move for CSKA Moscow star Keisuke Honda.(Daily Star) -Drogba set up the special dinner to raise ...
Evidence of the Conspiracy Theory Wonder why referees who give United bad decisions never repeat the trick? It's because they get taught a heavy lesson from Fergie, The FA & PGMOB. The conspiracy unravels within. The fortunes of the institutions surrounding football in the UK will be negatively hit should any proof of corruption come out. It is naturally in their interest not to investigate the matter. In fact, the managers that have come out and questioned the refereeing selection process (Rafa Benitez, Andre Villas Boas) have been turned into laughing stocks by the English press corps. So, investigate some more I did. And some of the stuff I found out surprised even me. During United’s title winning 2010/11 season, they only lost 4 league games. I looked at who refereed those games and how long they then spent without being assigned Manchester United games as well their subsequent trend of behavior towards United. Michael Oliver took charge of their first defeat, the February 2011 2-1 loss at Wolv ...
How about that for a suggestion for Man Utd boss: Rafa Benitez. Any others? Kenny Dalglish perhaps? John Barnes? Ian Rush? Keep them coming!
Drogba's highs and lows during his Chelsea career: 2004-05: Drogba's 16 goals help Chelsea win their first top-flight title in 50 years. He also scores the winner in the League Cup final. 2006-07: Becomes the first Chelsea player since Kerry Dixon to reach 30 goals in a season, including two in the League Cup final win over Arsenal and the winner in the FA Cup final against Manchester United. He is named African player of the year. 2007-08: Expresses a desire to leave Chelsea following the departure of Jose Mourinho, but later says he regrets the comments. Becomes leading scorer in League Cup finals with consolation goal in Chelsea's loss to Tottenham. Involved in controversy over alleged elbow on Man Utd's Nemanja Vidic and accusations of diving by then Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez. Sent off in the Champions League final, which Chelsea lose on penalties to Man Utd. 2008-09: Banned for three matches for throwing a coin into a section of Burnley fans during a Carling Cup defeat. Labels referee Tom Henning O ...
Rafa Benitez sticks the knife into 'panicking' and 'overconfident' Man Utd...
They'll claim misquote again Patrick Vieira and Rafa Benitez take aim at Man Utd --
Rafa Benitez has warned Roberto Mancini to ignore Man Utd's Sir Alex Ferguson's mind games if he wants to win the PL title.
North Korea Marine Le Pen Ilie Nastase Donald Trump Serena Williams White House Emmanuel Macron President Trump Le Pen Faye Dunaway Happy Days Motorcycle Maintenance State Department Elton John New Orleans Barack Obama Las Vegas North Korean Theresa May Premier League Newcastle United Ann Coulter Elon Musk New Zealand Real Madrid Caitlyn Jenner Supreme Court Sean Hannity Aaron Hernandez Kid Rock President Rodrigo Duterte Jimmy Choo Security Council South Korea Sheryl Sandberg Jack Jones American Airlines Paul Nuttall Wall Street Sonny Perdue Little Boy Blue Jeremy Corbyn Jimmy Wales International Criminal Court Erin Moran Ivanka Trump Earth Day Saudi Arabia Coronation Street John Oliver National Front General Election Ed Sheeran Middle East New Book Rhys Jones Silicon Valley Mutual Fund Gavin Grimm Champs Elysees Bernie Sanders Galaxy Vol United Nations Dakota Access Sigma Alpha Epsilon Whole Foods Star Wars Battlefront 2 Pep Guardiola United Airlines Front National Watch Justin Bieber Sith Lord Sarah Palin Air New Zealand Robert M. Pirsig President Barack Obama Charlie Puth Northwestern University Riz Ahmed Fed Cup Robert Pirsig Red Sox Trail Blazers San Francisco Wells Fargo Daily News Rafa Benitez David Ross Joanie Cunningham Carlos Rodon President Donald Trump Amber Heard Lionel Messi Gregg Allman Maria Sharapova Manchester United Deadliest Catch Record Store Day Antiques Roadshow San Antonio
© 2017