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Best Strikers of Manchester United Football Club

List of Top Fifteen (15) Best  Strikers of Manchester United Football Club
Manchester united best strikers
1.Carlos Tévez
Carlos Tévez (born 1984), the Argentine footballer
Mateus Alberto Contreiras Gonçalves (born 7 March 1983 in Luanda), better known as Manucho, the Angolan association footballer

 3.Michael Owen

Michael Owen (born 1979), the soccer player 

4.Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney, the English football player

5.Fraizer Campbell

Fraizer Campbell (born September 13, 1987), the English football player
6.Gabriel Obertan
Gabriel Obertan, the French football striker currently playing for FC Girondins de Bordeaux in the French Ligue 1. He is noted for his speed and dribbling ability and thus his playing style is often likened to Zinedine Zidane and Thierry Henry
7.Dimitar Berbatov
Dimitar Berbatov (born January 30, 1981 in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria), the Bulgarian footballer who plays as a striker for English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur
8.Nicky Ajose
Nicholas Olushola Ajose (born 7 October 1991), the English footballer who plays as a forward for Bury on loan from Manchester United
9.Danny Welbeck
Daniel Nii T. M. "Danny" Welbeck (born 26 November 1990), the English footballer of Ghanaian descent, who plays for Manchester United
10.Dong Fangzhuo
Dong Fangzhuo (born 23 January 1985 in Dalian, Liaoning), the Chinese football forward who plays for Dalian Haichang and the Chinese national team
11.Mame Biram Diouf
Mame Biram Diouf (born December 16 1987), the Senegalese football striker
12.Febian Brandy
Febian Brandy (born 4 February 1989 in Manchester, England), the English footballer currently playing for Swansea City on loan from Manchester United
13.Javier Hernández Balcázar
Javier "Chicharito" Hernández Balcázar (born 1 June 1988), the Mexican footballer who plays as a forward for C.D. Guadalajara
14.Joshua King
Joshua King (born 15 January 1992), the Norwegian footballer of Gambian descent who plays for Manchester United
15.Federico Macheda
Federico "Kiko" Macheda (born 22 August 1991), the Italian footballer who plays as a striker for English Premier League club Manchester United

Dany Torres has won the Red-Bull X Fighters World Tour in Dubai

Dany Torres victorious at X Fighters Dubai

GrindTV Newswire via Red Bull- Dany Torres of Spain triumphed on Friday evening in the opening round of the 2011 Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour in Dubai. A crowd of 15,000 fans witnessed the exciting Freestyle motocross showdown on the beach in front of the luxurious metropolis on the Arabian Golf.
Dany Torres victorious at X Fighters Dubai
A sand palace in front of the skyline of Jumeirah Beach, sold-out stands and a surprise victory were the ingredients for a superlative season-opener. The 23-year-old Torres of Spain pulled out all the stops in the final jump and beat co-favorite Andre Villa (NOR) to claim the victory. It was Torres' fifth victory in the history of the Red Bull X-Fighters since its creation in 2001.

Defending champion Nate Adams (USA) was unexpectedly knocked out in the semi-finals and had to settle for third place. "The pressure was enormous and the level of the competition was really high. I'll be back ready to fight in Brazil."

New Zealand's Levi Sherwood, famous around the world for his tremendous flexibility, wasn't able to finish any higher on his KTM250SX than fifth place, back behind Blake Williams.
The athletes on their motor bikes put on a spectacular show, with leaps of up to 15 meters high and a distance of 30 meters that defied the laws of gravity, as Dubai's crown prince Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum watched. The second stop of the World Series takes place in Brasilia (May 28), Rome (June 24), Madrid (July 15), Warsaw (August 6) and Sydney (September 17)

Final Result Red Bull X-Fighters Dubai 2011
1. Dany Torres ESP
2. Andre Villa NOR
3. Nate Adams USA
4. Blake Williams AUS
5. Levi Sherwood NZL
6. Eigo Sato JAP
7. Robbie Maddison AUS
8. Adam Jones USA
9. Taka Higashino JAP
10. Rob Adelberg AUS
11. Lance Coury USA
12. Jackson Strong AUS

Shakira did not enjoy the Copa del Rey final, consoles Pique

shakira and pique. Chances of Pique bleeding on her shoulder: 100 percent.

Because Gerard Pique and Shakira are the new Prince William and Kate Middleton, several cameras were diverted from the riveting action on the pitch during Real Madrid's 1-0 Copa del Rey final win to focus on the Barcelona defender's pop star girlfriend.
Unlike a great many WAGs who attend their significant other's matches, Shakira was actually emotionally invested in the game to the point where she looked like she was in severe physical pain throughout. Perhaps it was a little too much emotional investment. She winced, she ran her hands through her hair, she yelled, she ran her hands through her hair, she gasped and she ran her hands through her hair. It was like she was having a baby, except instead of looking like Pique, it came out with gelled hair and the self-confidence of a Will Ferrell character. And after all that, she had to give Pique a hug and tell him everything would be OK. Meanwhile, she was probably thinking back to this...

Real Madrid and Barcelona are the world’s best paid teams

Real Madrid and Barcelona are the world’s best paid teams
We've made it halfway through the four unbearably tense matches in 18 days between Real Madrid and Barcelona, and now we know that these games aren't just pitting Spain's two best football clubs against each other, but the two highest-paid sports team in the world. Yes, according to, the two Spanish giants with their massive TV contracts and dizzying collection of international superstars have overtaken the New York Yankees as the teams that throw the most cash at their players.
From Sporting Intelligence's report on the matter:
The average first team pay at Barcelona has been calculated at £95,081 [$152,130] per player per week, or £4,944,211 [$7,910,737] per year in the period under review. Real Madrid's players in No2 place earned £88,421 [$141,474] per week (£4.6m [or $7.4m] per year) while first-team stars at the Yankees, at No3, will earn an average of £81,206 [$129,929] per man per week in the 2011 season, or £4.2m [$6.8m] per year.

Following the news that Real Madrid became the highest-earning sports team ever, this development probably shouldn't come as a surprise and once the UEFA Financial Fair Play rules come into effect, this could prove to be a short-lived reign at the top.
Following the Yankees on the list are the NBA pair of the L.A. Lakers and the Orlando Magic, then come double winners Chelsea and treble winners Inter Milan. Here's the full top 12...
Real Madrid and Barcelona are the world’s best paid teams
The number of European football clubs on the list just edge out the number of NBA franchises by a tally of five to four while the locked out NFL is nowhere to be found in the top 12. Surely the Yankees will take this as a challenge, though, and offer $4 billion for Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Worlds Highest Paid Soccer Players

Beckham, Ronaldo are top-paid soccer players

David Beckham arrived to play for the Los Angeles Galaxy four years ago amid much hoopla of turning the U.S. into a soccer-loving country. His American summer debut was a media circus with stars like Tom Cruise, Eva Longoria, Mary-Kate Olsen and Arnold Schwarzenegger turning out to catch a glimpse of Becks on the field.
Alas the soccer explosion in the U.S. didn’t happen. Major League Soccer has had success, but it continues to appeal to a niche audience with games averaging 249,000 viewers on ESPN2 last season. The Galaxy failed to make the playoffs during Beckham’s first two seasons and he scored only nine goals in his first four years with the Galaxy as injuries slowed his game.
Yet the move to the U.S. was a huge success financially for Beckham. Despite being in the twilight of his career (he turns 36 next month), Beckham continues to be the highest-paid soccer player in the world with total earnings of $40 million last year.
“Beckham is more analogous to a Hollywood star than a footballer,” says Michael Stirling, CEO of Global Sponsors, which manages sponsorship properties worldwide. His appeal as a player has diminished as he enters the final season of his Galaxy contract (he intends to keep playing after this year), but he is a global celebrity that everyone knows.
Beckham added Electronic Arts and Diet Pepsi to his endorsement stable over the past year (he also inked a short-term agreement with Yahoo!). His Adidas contract is the biggest in the sport thanks to royalties from soccer apparel and cleats as well as lifestyle lines like ObyO. He also has a cologne deal with Coty and pitches Go3’s Omega-3 line of products.
The Beckham marketing juggernaut shows no sign of slowing down. Later this year Beckham plans to launch his own underwear label and line of grooming products. He will also be a sought after partner for companies looking to advertise in the run-up to the 2012 London Olympic Games, where he’ll serve as an unofficial “host” for his hometown Games (Beckham was a bid ambassador when London won the rights to the Games).
The economic downturn had companies around the world scrutinizing expenses the past few years and athlete endorsements were no different. Gillette let deals with Thierry Henry, Ricardo Kaka and Lionel Messi expire. Coca-Cola did not re-sign Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney when their agreement ran out at the end of 2010.
While a few deals have expired, the sponsorship market is still strong for the top players according to Stirling. Sponsors are seeking bigger time commitments from athletes in some cases or flexibility in the deal terms, but deals are still getting done.
Ranking No. 2 on our list of the highest-paid soccer players is Cristiano Ronaldo who made $38 million in 2010 (our earnings figures include salaries, bonuses and endorsement income). Ronaldo’s earnings are split evenly between his Real Madrid salary and endorsement income from Nike, Armani, Castrol and others.

Ronaldo is able to reach a massive audience through social media. His 24 million Facebook fans are twice as many as any other athlete (Michael Jordan is second with 10 million fans). His Facebook audience is split evenly between men and women, which makes Ronaldo attractive to a wide range of companies as a pitchman. His 2.4 million Twitter followers are topped only by Shaquille O’Neal, Kaka and Lance Armstrong amongst athletes.
Another athlete looking to social media is Lionel Messi who ranks No. 3 on our list with earnings of $32 million in 2010. Messi launched a Facebook account this month and quickly signed up more than seven million fans. The two-time Player of the Year has beefed up his endorsement portfolio in recent years. Current sponsors like Adidas, Lay’s, Konami, Audemars Piguet, Chery and Air Europa net Messi $16 million annually on top of the $16 million he earned last year from Barcelona in salary and bonuses.
The top five:
1. David Beckham
2. Cristiano Ronaldo
3. Lionel Messi
4. Ricardo Kaka
5. Ronaldinho

Sergio Ramos dropped Copa del Rey trophy under moving bus

                                       " Sergio Ramos is very unlucky"
Sergio Ramos' Copa del Rey celebration started off graceful enough with a short routine he performed on the pitch using a matador's cape after Real Madrid's 1-0 win over Barcelona at the Mestalla. But once he did a bit more celebrating, things took a turn for the worse.
When Real arrived back in a rain-soaked Madrid and boarded an open-top bus that would take them to the center of the late-night celebrations at the Plaza de Cibeles, Sergio Ramos took hold of the Copa del Rey trophy and held it high above his head at the front of the bus as it moved slowly through the streets filled with 60,000 fans. Maybe it was the rain, maybe it was all the jubilant jostling on the bus or maybe it was just Sergio Ramos being Sergio Ramos, but at approximately 4:15 a.m., the trophy slipped out of his hands and fell under the bus. Seriously. This is something that happened. Less than 24 hours after winning the thing for the first time since 1993, and Sergio Ramos broke it.
So with the cup lodged under the bus' front bumper, the driver had to stop and get out as a group of cops came over to pry it out. The celebration continued on and everyone seemed far too happy to be upset about the accident. Somewhere, Pep Guardiola watched and chuckled, knowing that his telekinesis worked.

Sergio Ramos dropped Copa del Rey trophy under moving bus

UPDATE: Sergio Ramos joked on his Twitter account that the whole thing was a misunderstanding and that the trophy didn't fall -- it jumped to meet all the Madrid fans at Cibeles.
Well, it didn't quite jump far enough and instead, it met the front wheel of the bus.
According to a Real Madrid spokeswoman, the trophy "is not in good shape" and now the jeweler who made the cup will have some work to do. From the AP:
"I thought it was a joke," [Federico] Alegre told the Spanish newspaper El Mundo. "But later I saw that it was true. Now I will have to try and repair the damaged cup."
No, it was no joke, Mr. Alegre. It was The Ramos.

Carrer of Luis Nani in Manchester United

Luis Nani Manchester united

 Manchester United

Early years

Nani was sold to Manchester United for €25.5 million, five percent of which was paid to Real de Massamá. He passed his medical on 6 June 2007, and signed a five-year contract a month later, joining Portugal team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo—with whom he lived for a time at the start of his Manchester United career—at the club.
Nani with Gilberto Silva
Nani scored on his debut in a pre-season friendly against Shenzhen, netting the third in a 6–0 win. He also scored in the following game against Guangzhou Pharmaceutical with a chip off the right post from the left side of the penalty area in a 3–0 win. On 5 August 2007, Nani made his competitive debut for United, coming on as a substitute in the Community Shield against Chelsea. He marked his debut with a trophy after they won 3–0 on penalties, following a 1–1 draw during normal time. This was followed up by Nani's third goal for the club three days later, when he scored against Glentoran in another 3–0 pre-season win.
Nani's Premier League debut came in United's opening match at home to Reading on 12 August as a substitute for Wayne Rooney, who had suffered a foot injury. Two weeks later, on 26 August, Nani scored his first competitive goal for United, netting a 30-yard winner in the 69th minute against Tottenham Hotspur. Nani also set up crucial goals for Louis Saha and Nemanja Vidić allowing United to beat both Sunderland and Everton 1–0. He returned to his previous club, Sporting, in a Champions League tie in September, though it was team-mate and fellow former Sporting man Cristiano Ronaldo scored the winner in a 1–0 victory. Nani opened the scoring in a 4–1 home victory over Middlesbrough on 27 October.
Nani playing for United in 2008
On 16 February 2008, Nani put in a man of the match performance against Arsenal in the FA Cup Fourth Round, his goal and two assists helping United to a 4–0 win over their rivals. During the match, Nani was involved in an altercation with Arsenal captain William Gallas who felt that the Portuguese was "showboating". After the match, Arsène Wenger was equally displeased, while Gilberto Silva said that Nani had a "big head". On 23 March, Nani set up the second and scored the final goal in a 3–0 victory over rivals Liverpool, in the 79th and 81st minutes respectively, after coming onto the pitch as a substitute. On 3 May, towards the end of a 4–1 win over West Ham United, Nani was sent off for the first time in his United career for a headbutt on West Ham defender Lucas Neill. On 21 May, Nani came on as a substitute for Wayne Rooney in the 2008 UEFA Champions League Final as United defeated Chelsea 6–5 on penalties following a 1–1 draw after extra time. Nani took and scored Manchester United's crucial fifth penalty in the shootout.
Nani scored his first goal of the 2008–09 season on 23 September 2008, scoring United's third goal in a 3–1 win over Middlesbrough in the last minute to secure passage to the Fourth Round of the Carling Cup.On 18 October, he scored from a Wayne Rooney assist to complete the 4–0 rout of West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford.On 20 January 2009, he opened the scoring for United in their 4–2 win at home to Derby County in the second leg of their League Cup semi-final.
Breakthrough After Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Real Madrid in the 2009 close season, the weight of expectation was on Nani to step up from bit part player and replace his fellow Portuguese. Nani's first contribution to United's new season was opening the scoring in the 10th minute of the 2009 FA Community Shield, but United eventually lost the match on penalties after a 2–2 draw. Nani suffered a dislocated shoulder during the match, which was originally expected to keep him out of the start of the season.He recovered in time to play 17 minutes for Portugal against Liechtenstein on 12 August, however, and started the match against Birmingham City on 16 August. Although he provided the assist for Rooney's winning goal in the 34th minute, Nani was replaced by Ryan Giggs at half-time. On 22 August, Nani scored his first league goal of the 2009–10 season, netting a free-kick against Wigan Athletic in a 5–0 away win.
Following several poor performances, Nani criticised Sir Alex Ferguson and his man management tactics.Despite this outburst Nani was given a chance to shine and provided an assist for Rooney in the 4–0 league win over Hull City. Soon after this positive display he put in another good performance in their League Cup semi-final victory over derby rivals Manchester City, revealing a heart-to-heart with Sir Alex Ferguson had resulted in a better display of form. On 31 January 2010, Nani scored the first goal and set up Rooney's 100th career Premier League strike in a 3–1 league victory over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. Nani's goal was first thought of as a Manuel Almunia own-goal by many sources, but was confirmed as belonging to Nani on 26 March by the Dubious Goals Panel.Following this performance, Nani then set up the second of a 5–0 home win over Portsmouth.
"Maturity is why we're seeing the best of him now, his last three games have been absolutely first class but today was his best."
– Sir Alex Ferguson praises Nani after his performance in the 3-1 victory over Arsenal on 31 January 2010.
Just four days later, however, he was sent off for a lunge at Stiliyan Petrov against Aston Villa, which resulted in a three match ban and ruled him out of the League Cup final. On 10 March, Nani set up Rooney's second in a 4–0 win over Milan, before providing another assist for Rooney four days later in the 3–0 league victory over Fulham.
On 26 March, Nani signed a new four-year contract with United, committing himself until 2014. A day later, Nani took his assist tally in the league for the season to nine as he set up two goals in a 4–0 win over Bolton at the Reebok Stadium, providing goals for Dimitar Berbatov and Darron Gibson. On 7 April, Nani scored his first ever European goals for United, netting two strikes in a 3–2 victory over Bayern Munich. Despite United winning the game, they were eliminated from the competition due to the away goals rule when the aggregate score was 4–4. On 24 April, Nani scored his first league goal at Old Trafford for 18 months, netting United's second in a 3–1 home victory over Tottenham Hotspur.On 2 May, Nani scored for the second game in a row, netting the only goal in a 1–0 away victory over Sunderland. Nani's third season with Manchester United ended with 34 appearances and seven goals in all competitions.

2010–11 season

Nani celebrates scoring against West Bromwich Albion in a 2–2 draw on 16 October 2010
On 22 August 2010, Nani missed a penalty in the 87th minute away to Fulham, and they then equalised two minutes later through Brede Hangeland to end the game 2–2. Six days later in a 3–0 home victory over West Ham United, Nani netted his first goal of the season and assisted Dimitar Berbatov in a Man of the Match display. Nani scored and assisted Michael Owen in a 2–2 away draw away to Bolton Wanderers on 26 September. On 16 October, Nani scored United's second in a 2–2 home draw against West Bromwich Albion.Four days later Nani scored his first Champions League goal of the season, netting the solitary strike in a 1–0 home victory over Bursa spore Nani scored a controversial second goal as United beat Tottenham Hotspur 2–0 at home on 30 October. Nani scored into an empty net after Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes rolled the ball out to take a free-kick that he thought had been given for handball, however, play was allowed to go on as referee Mark Clattenburg did not blow his whistle. On 27 November, Nani scored United's fifth goal in a 7–1 home win over Blackburn Rovers. Nani netted his first goal of 2011 as he scored the winning strike in a 2–1 home victory over Stoke City on 4 January.
On 22 January, Nani scored the final goal of a 5–0 home victory over Birmingham City. Nani netted United's only goal in their first league loss of the season, a 2–1 defeat at Wolves on 5 February. Seven days later Nani scored his first Manchester derby goal, opening the scoring in a 2–1 home victory over Manchester City. On 6 March, during United's 3–1 loss against Liverpool at Anfield, Nani was stretchered off the field following a challenge from Jamie Carragher just before half-time. It was thought that Nani would miss up to three weeks as a result of this tackle and would return in April, however, he recovered in time to play 61 minutes of a 2–1 victory over Marseille on 15 March. On 8 April, Nani was revealed as a contender for the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) Young Player of the Year award alongside teammate Javier Hernández.However, many people, including Nani, expressed their surprise that he was not nominated for the main award.Following this nomination, he assisted both goals in a 2–0 home win over Fulham. On 18 April, Nani lost out to Jack Wilshere for the PFA Young Player of the Year award but he was however included into the PFA Premier League Team of the Year for the first time.

Style of play of great footballer Luis Nani striker of portugal

Luis Nani's got the potential to do what he wants,He's one of the sharpest players around.
Luis nani charpest football player
In the early stages of his career at Manchester United, Nani often invited comparison in playing style and ability with club and international colleague Cristiano Ronaldo, for whom he often deputised at club level.
In Ronaldo's absence, however, Nani's style has developed into a more classical winger's style, able to play on both wings though more comfortable on the right, utilising pace, ball control and trickery to create space. While capable of cutting off both wings to strike at goal from distance, Nani has substantially fewer goals, yet a substantially higher proportion of assists than his colleague.
                 "Nani's got the potential to do what he wants. 
                      He's one of the sharpest players around, 
                            has a great strike with both feet -
                    he's got the potential to be a top, top player."

List of All football clubs in ghana

Ghana football stadiums
 Stadiums in

A 3 Tenant/use   City Stadium Capacity Built Seats  
GHAAsante KotokoFootballKumasiBaba Yara Stadium40 5282007all-seater 
GHAKing Faisal BabesFootballKumasiBaba Yara Stadium40 5282007all-seater 
GHANational StadiumMulti-useAccraOhene Djan Stadium40 0002007all-seater 
GHAGreat OlympicsFootballAccraOhene Djan Stadium40 0002007all-seater 
GHAHearts of OakFootballAccraOhene Djan Stadium40 0002007all-seater 
GHAAshanti Gold SCFootballObuasiLen Clay Stadium30 0002005all-seater 
GHAReal Tamale UnitedFootballTamaleTamale Stadium21 0172007all-seater 
GHAHasaacasFootballSekondiEssipong Stadium20 0002007all-seater 
GHAEbusua DwarfsFootballCape CoastRobert Mensah Stadium15 000-- 
GHAEleven WiseFootballSekondiGyandu Park15 000-- 
GHAKessben FCFootballKumasiAbrankese Stadium13 0002007- 
GHAFootball-useFootballAccraKaneshie Complex10 000-- 
GHABrong Ahafo UnitedFootballSunyaniCoronation Park10 000-- 
GHABofoakwa TanoFootballSunyaniCoronation Park10 000-- 
GHAReal SportiveFootballTemaTema Sports Stadium10 000-- 
GHATema YouthFootballTemaTema Sports Stadium10 000-- 
GHADawu YoungstarsFootballDawuDawu Sports Stadium10 000-- 
GHAHeart of LionsFootballKpandoKpando Park5 000-- 
GHAOkwawu UnitedFootballNkawkawNkawkaw Park5 000-- 
GHAFootball-useFootballTamaleKaladan Park5 000-- 
GHAPower FCFootballKoforiduaKoforidua Sports Stadium5 000-- 
GHAMaxbees, SuhumFootballKoforiduaKoforidua Sports Stadium5 000-- 
GHAKwaebibirem UnitedFootballAsuomAsuom Park5 000-- 
GHAArsenalsFootballBerekumGolden City Park5 000-- 
GHAMine StarsFootballPresteaScot Stadium5 000-- 
GHAGamba All BlacksFootballSwedruSwedru Sports Stadium5 000-- 
GHAVoradepFootballHoHo Sports Stadium5 000-- 
GHAFootball-useFootballBolgatangaBolgatanga Sports Stadium5 000-- 
GHAAll Stars FCFootballWaWa Sports Stadium5 000-- 
GHAHockey-useHockeyAccraNational Hockey Stadium5 000-- 
GHAQueen's Park RangersFootballKumasiPrempeh College Park2 000-- 
GHALiberty ProfessionalsFootballDansomanCarl Reindorf Park2 000-- 
GHAZaytuna FCFootballDansomanCarl Reindorf Park2 000--

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