Wednesday, June 30, 2010
|Target Transfer Manchester United Luis Fabio|
After the expiration of the contract with Sevilla, Fabiano is not sure where he will continue his career. one of the most popular club, he is Manchester United. But not denied italy club, AC Milan also wants to bring it together duets other brazil players who have had to join Milan. Fabiano claimed to not want to think about his future because he wants to concentrate on bringing Brazil won the world cup 2010. after the end of the world cup he had just wanted to talk about it. Manchester United is the club that he had always dreamed. Not only in terms of games, he also greatly admired coach of Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson.
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Thursday, June 24, 2010
Butr after Rafa Benitez appear to be inter milan coach, Ferguson will be difficult to get Sneijder. Rafa Benitez is the mortal enemy him when he was still the coach of Liverpool in the english league.
Wasley Sneijder was the player after he got the inter milan real madrid may be discarded.
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Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Monday, June 21, 2010
|Anderson Manchester United Biograf|
Friday, June 18, 2010
Giggs holds a host of football records, including that of being the most decorated player in English football history. On 16 May 2009, he became the first footballer to collect 11 top division English league title medals. Giggs was the first player in history to win two consecutive PFA Young Player of the Year awards (1992 and 1993) and is the only player to have played and scored in every single season of the Premier League since its inception.
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Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Manchester United finally sold his young winger from Serbia, Zoran Tosic, to CSKA Moscow with fee transfer £8 million. Tosic come to Old Trafford in the winter transfer market in January 2009.On January 27, 2010,Sir Alex Ferguson has lent Tosic to the Bundesliga club FC Koln.
Appeared in eight games,Tosic capable of scoring two goals, but due to the financial condition of insufficient club FC Cologne could not be patented Tosic as a player.
Tosic signed a five-year contract with CSKA Moscow and wish his career would climb along with CSKA Moscow.
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Ferguson prepare 25 million pounds to bring the Italian player who was defending the World Cup in 2010. 25-year-old defender is believed to be a top candidate if Vidic to leave from Manchester United.
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On 22 November 2008, the Daily Mail claimed that a deal had been agreed with his club for the midfielder to join Manchester United in the January 2009 transfer window.Tošić received his first taste of first team football on 20 January 2009, when he was named on the bench for United's League Cup semi-final second leg at home to Derby County. He made his debut in an FA Cup Fourth Round match against Tottenham Hotspur on 24 January 2009, when he came on as a 72nd-minute substitute for Cristiano Ronaldo.
On 27 January 2010, Tošić joined Köln on loan until the end of the 2009–10 season. He made his debut three days later, coming on as a substitute for Taner Yalçın in the 54th minute of Köln's 2–1 win away to Eintracht Frankfurt on 30 January. After five months with Köln, he returned to Manchester United in June 2010
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Hargreaves was finally unveiled as a Manchester United player on 1 July, having signed a four-year contract with the club. He was then revealed to the press on 9 July, along with fellow newcomer Nani. Hargreaves was given the number 4 shirt at Old Trafford.
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- Denis Law (Scotland) – 1964
- Bobby Charlton (England) – 1966
- George Best (Northern Ireland) – 1968
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 2008
European Golden Shoe
The following players have won the European Golden Shoe whilst playing for Manchester United:
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) (31 goals) – 2008
UEFA Club Footballer of the Year
The following players have won the UEFA Club Footballer of the Year award whilst playing for Manchester United:
- David Beckham (England) – 1999
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 2008
FIFA World Player of the Year
The following players have won the FIFA World Player of the Year award whilst playing for Manchester United:
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 2008
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According to the official statistics website as of match played 9 May 2010.Players in bold are still currently playing for Manchester United.
Name / Career / Appearances / Goals
- Ryan Giggs (Wales) / 1991–present / 838 / 155
- Bobby Charlton (England) / 1956–1973 / 758 / 249
- Bill Foulkes (England) /1952–1970 /688 /9
- Paul Scholes (England) /1994–present / 643 / 149
- Gary Neville (England) / 1992–present / 598 / 7
- Alex Stepney (England) / 1966–1978 / 539 / 2
- Tony Dunne (Republic of Ireland) / 1960–1973 / 535 / 2
- Denis Irwin (Republic of Ireland) / 1990–2002 / 529 / 33
- Joe Spence (England) / 1919–1933 / 510 / 168
- Arthur Albiston (Scotland) /1974–1988 / 485 / 7
Name / Goals / Appearances Goals/Game Ratio
- Bobby Charlton (England) / 249 / 758 / 0.328
- Denis Law (Scotland) / 237 / 404 / 0.587
- Jack Rowley (England) / 211 / 424 / 0.498
- Dennis Viollet (England) / 179 / 293 / 0.611
- George Best (Republic of Ireland) / 179 /470 / 0.381
- Joe Spence (England) / 168 / 510 / 0.329
- Mark Hughes (Wales) / 163 / 467 / 0.349
- Ryan Giggs (Wales) /155 / 838 / 0.185
- Ruud van Nistelrooy (Netherlands) / 150 / 219 / 0.685
- Paul Scholes (England) / 149 / 643 / 0.232
Evra is now being concentrated in the country for the World Cup 2010 and did not want to discuss the issue of transfer of players.
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|Craig Cathcart Biograf|
Monday, June 14, 2010
Born 5 August 1957, He is British football executive, currently Chief Executive of Manchester United F.C. and a board member of The Football Association. He served as vice-chairman of the G-14 management committee until the G-14 was disbanded.
Gill joined Manchester United PLC in 1997 as finance director. In August 2000, he was promoted to deputy chief executive whilst retaining his responsibilities as finance director. In July 2001, Nick Humby was appointed finance director of Manchester United PLC, so Gill was promoted again this time to the title of Group Managing Director, allowing him to concentrate on managing the day-to-day operations of the business (including sponsorship & marketing, business development, financial services, conference & catering, ticketing & membership and group property).
In September 2003, after the departure of previous Chief Executive Peter Kenyon to Chelsea F.C., Gill was promoted to Chief Executive of Manchester United PLC. In 2005, he was appointed Chief Executive of the private limited company, Manchester United Ltd, that succeeded Manchester United PLC after the takeover by Malcolm Glazer.
Gill was also vice-chairman of the management committee of the now defunct G-14, an organisation of leading European football clubs. However, in September 2009, he was elected to a two-year place on the board of the European Club Association, the organisation created to replace the G-14.
Gill signed a professional contract with Manchester United in July 2009.
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Wednesday, June 9, 2010
One more star players certainly miss the World Cup finals performances in 2010 in South Africa. Portugal national team midfielder who graze with Manchester United, Luis Carlos Almeida da Cunha is often called Nani pupolar.
Nani, who played brilliantly with Manchester United in the second half this season, suffered an injury to his left shoulder during a team training in Lisbon on Friday (4 / 6) then, before Seleccao das Quinas fly to South Africa.
Nani following list of players who missed in World Cup 2010 confirmed, Nani will be the audience following in the footsteps of other star players like Rio Ferdinand and David Beckham (England), Michael Ballack (Germany), Michael Essien (Ghana), and John Obi Mikel (Nigeria).
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Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Capello again troubled by injuries of players, this time England international defender, Rio Ferdinand Injury struck again. he certainly can not appear to defend the England in the World Cup in 2010. is obtainable Ferdinand injury during practice the day after the national team arrived in africaBritain. Defender veteran's Manchester United was often hit by injuries lately, he defended the MU also only 20 times in 2009 -2010 season EPL.
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David Gray |Manchester United | Defender | Biograf and Profile
|David Gray Biograf|
Born 30 July 1990 is a Northern Irish footballer who plays as a midfielder or centre back for Manchester United. A Northern Ireland under-21 and senior international, he came through the United youth academy, like his older brother, first team centre back Jonny Evans. Evans is capable of operating in the centre of midfield or defense but was used mostly as a centre back during the 2008–09 season. He was then registered in the club's senior squad for the 2008–09 season and was assigned the number 31 shirt.
The Belfast-born youngster, who moved to England with his family when Jonny came over to join up with the United's Academy, has followed in the footsteps of his sibling in progressing through the Reds' youth ranks.
In the Under-18s, Corry was a mainstay in central midfield, but his strength in the tackle, reading of the game and ability on the ball also appear perfectly suited to playing at the back, which is why he was shortlisted by his coaches for the Reserves Player of the Year accolade in 2008/09.
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|Ritchie DE LAET Biography|
In the International career, De Laet was called up for Belgium's Kirin Cup matches against Chile and Japan. He made his debut in the match against Chile on 29 May 2009.
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John Evan | Manchester United |Defender | Biograf | Biography | Profile
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Sunday, June 6, 2010
Manchester United's four-year sponsorship with Aon Corporation . AON is one of the largest shirt sponsorship deals in the history of English football.
A global company headquartered in Chicago, Aon’s footprint spans more than 500 offices in over 120 countries with 36,000 colleagues. It is the leading global provider of risk management services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, and human capital consulting.
As an insurance and reinsurance broker, Aon assists organisations across the world to obtain insurance cover for the risks they face. These risks are incredibly diverse: from natural catastrophes and employee injuries to terrorism strikes and supply chain interruptions.
As one of the top global human capital consulting firms, Aon works with organisations to help them improve business performance and shape the workplace of the future through employee benefits, talent management and rewards strategies and solutions.
Aon is proud to participate as a principal sponsor of Manchester United.
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Manchester United have a new sponsor. Turkish Airlines, Turkish Airlines, reportedly has become the official sponsor of the new Manchester United.
The fourth largest airline company in Europe to establish cooperation contract with United for three years into the future. Turkish Airlines sponsors replaces former MU also airline, Air Asia.
Turkish Airlines will provide transportation for players and teams offisial United if it is going to do a game or even to the gym.
However, you do wrong predictions. Turkish Airlines sponsors supporting this course. The main sponsor of Manchester United which will replace the "AIG" next season is Aon Corp.
- Owner: Malcolm Glazer
- Honorary president: Martin Edwards
Manchester United Limited
- Co-chairmen: Joel Glazer & Avram Glazer
- Chief executive: David Gill (executive)
- Chief operating officer: Michael Bolingbroke
- Commercial director: Richard Arnold
- Executive director: Ed Woodward
- Non-executive directors: Bryan Glazer, Kevin Glazer, Edward Glazer & Darcie Glazer
Manchester United football club
- Directors: David Gill (executive), Michael Edelson, Bobby Charlton, Maurice Watkins (solicitor)
- Club secretary: Ken Ramsden
- Assistant club secretary: Ken Merrett
- Global ambassador: Bryan Robson
Coaching and Medical Staff
- Manager: Alex Ferguson
- Assistant manager: Mike Phelan
- First team coach: René Meulensteen
- Goalkeeping coach: Eric Steele
- Fitness coach: Tony Strudwick
- Strength & conditioning coach: Mick Clegg
- Head of human performance: Dr. Richard Hawkins
- Reserve team manager: Ole Gunnar Solskjær
- Reserve team coach: Warren Joyce
- Chief scout: Jim Lawlor
- Chief European scout: Martin Ferguson (football scout)
- Director of youth academy: Brian McClair
- Director of youth football: Jimmy Ryan (footballer born 1945)
- Club doctor: Dr. Steve McNally
- Assistant club doctor: Dr. Tony Gill
- First team physiotherapist: Rob Swire (physio)
Popularly known as Sir Alex or Fergie (born 31 December 1941 in Govan, Glasgow, scotland) is a Scottish football manager and former player, currently managing Manchester United, where he has been in charge since 1986. Alex Ferguson arrived from Aberdeen to replace Atkinson on the very day that Atkinson was sacked, bringing with him his assistant manager, Archie Knox. Although his first match in charge, against Oxford United F.C. on 8 November 1986, resulted in a 2–0 defeat, Ferguson guided Manchester United to an 11th place finish in the league. A second place finish in 1987–88 in English football, with Brian McClair becoming the first United player since George Best to score twenty league goals in a season, may have given fans a tiny glimpse of the future, but they soon returned to mediocrity with another 11th-place finish in 1989.
Many of Ferguson's signings did not reach the expectations of the fans, and the manager was reportedly on the verge of being sacked at the beginning of 1990, with many believing that defeat to Nottingham Forest F.C. in the FA Cup Third Round would seal his fate. A 56th-minute goal from Mark Robins won the match for United and started them on a cup run that would take them all the way to the final at Wembley, where they beat Crystal Palace F.C. 1–0 in a replay after a 3–3 draw in the original match. The following year, United reached the final of the Football League Cup 1990–91, but lost 1–0 to former manager Ron Atkinson's Sheffield Wednesday F.C. team. However, the season was capped by Manchester United's first UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1990–91 title, beating FC Barcelona 2–1 in the final in Rotterdam. The Cup Winners' Cup triumph allowed Manchester United to play in the 1991 UEFA Super Cup, in which they beat European Cup 1990–91 holders Red Star Belgrade 1–0 at Old Trafford. The match should have been played over two legs, but, due to political unrest in Yugoslavia at the time, UEFA decided that only the Old Trafford leg would be played. A second consecutive League Cup final appearance followed in 1992, with United this time beating Nottingham Forest 1–0 at Wembley.
Meanwhile, events were taking place off the pitch around the turn of the decade, as chairman Martin Edwards attempted to offload Manchester United to property tycoon Michael Knighton in 1989. The £20 million deal was all but confirmed, with Knighton even taking to the Old Trafford pitch in full Manchester United kit and performing a few keepie uppies before belting the ball into the goal at the Stretford End. Knighton was given access to Manchester United's financial records, but, before the deal could be finalised, his financial backers pulled out and the deal was cancelled. However, since Knighton now had insider knowledge of the club, he was given a place on Manchester United's board in exchange for his silence about the matter. In 1991, requiring some extra financial support in the wake of the Taylor Report, Manchester United floated on the London Stock Exchange with a valuation of £47 million, bringing its finances into the public eye. Martin Edwards retained his position as chairman, but Manchester United was now publicly owned.
The summer of 1991 also saw the arrival of Danish goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, whose 17 league clean sheets gave United the best defensive record in the First Division in 1991–92, helping them to a second-place finish behind Leeds United A.F.C., within whose ranks was a certain French maverick named Eric Cantona. Alex Ferguson recognised United's need for a striker as a foil for Mark Hughes and Brian McClair, and had tried – and failed – a number of times to sign Sheffield Wednesday striker David Hirst (footballer), but when Leeds manager Howard Wilkinson rang Martin Edwards in November 1992 to enquire about the availability of Denis Irwin, the conversation quickly turned to Cantona. To Edwards' and Ferguson's surprise, the two clubs were able to agree upon a fee of £1.2 million for the enigmatic Frenchman. Cantona's arrival provided the crucial spark for United, helping Manchester United to their first league title since 1967. After the signing of Roy Keane from Nottingham Forest in July 1993, United won a second consecutive title for the first time since 1957 the following year, before winning the FA Cup to complete the first "The Double" in Manchester United's history. That same year, however, Manchester United went into mourning following the death of former manager and club director Matt Busby, who died on 20 January 1994.
The 1994–95 in English football season was to be Manchester United's first trophyless season since 1988–89, although they managed to take the title race down to the final week of the season and reached the final of the FA Cup, where they lost to Everton F.C.. Andrew Cole was signed from Newcastle United F.C. for a Progression of British football transfer fee record of £6 million plus Keith Gillespie. However, the game after Cole's United debut, Eric Cantona received an eight month suspension for jumping into the crowd and assaulting Crystal Palace supporter Matthew Simmons, who had given Cantona racial abuse as he left the field, in United's game at Selhurst Park. Cantona's suspension has been cited by some as the reason why United were unable to complete a hat-trick of league titles that season. The season's relative failure prompted Ferguson into some major restructuring of the team, selling Paul Ince, Andrei Kanchelskis and Mark Hughes and replacing them with players from Manchester United's Youth system, including David Beckham, Gary Neville, Phil Neville and Paul Scholes. After Manchester United's 3–1 defeat to Aston Villa F.C. on the opening day of the 1995–96 season, television pundit Alan Hansen famously declared "you'll never win anything with kids." The new players, several of whom quickly became regular internationals for England national football team, responded well and, buoyed by Cantona's return in October 1995, United became the first English club to have won the double twice, a feat that would be nicknamed the "Double Double".
Captain Steve Bruce left for Birmingham City F.C. in July 1996, and Alex Ferguson named Eric Cantona as the new club captain. He led Manchester United to a fourth league title in five years in 1996–97 in English football, before retiring from football at the age of 30 at the end of the season. Teddy Sheringham was brought in to replace him, and his iconic number 7 shirt was handed to David Beckham. They started the 1997–98 in English football season well, but they lost five matches after Christmas and finished in second place, one point behind double-winners Arsenal F.C.. After a period without a regular challenger for the league title, this marked Arsenal's arrival as genuine title contenders for the next few years.
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Friday, June 4, 2010
Nemanja Vidic | Defender | Captain Man Utd Squad | Manchester United | Biograf | Biography | Profile
|Nemanja Vidić Biograf|
|Wesley Brown Man Utd Biograf|
Wes brown enjoyed arguably his best season in 2007/08 as a key member of Sir Alex's miserly back four. Replacing the long-term injured Gary Neville at right-back, he played in more matches than any other player on the road to winning the Barclays Premier League and Champions League. Wes also enjoyed the personal fillip of a new four-year contract in April 2008, signed almost ten years after his debut.Wes Brown usually played as a central-defender or right-back defender
Brown showed talent and maturity at an early age, signing full professional terms with boyhood club Manchester United on 4 November 1996 at the age of 17.
Brown went on to success with the reserve and youth sides, winning the FA Youth Cup and a Lancashire Division One medal with the reserves. He also added two Jimmy Murphy (Young Player of the Year) awards to his collection, becoming only the second player to receive the award for a second time
In 2005/06 he became a linchpin in the centre of defence; his no-nonsense style perfectly complimented Rio Ferdinand’s more languid approach. Opportunities were somewhat limited during 2006/07, as Nemanja Vidic forged an almost telepathic relationship with Rio in central defence. Still, Wes took his chances when they arose and passed the 250-appearance mark while earning his fourth league winners' medal.
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Rio Ferdinand | Biograf | Manchester United | Defender | Biography | Profile
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Patrice Evra | Biograf | Manchester United | Defender | Biography | Profile
|Patrice Evra Biograf|
He singgning Manchester United since 10 January 2006 from AS Monaco for 5.5 million pounds. at AS Monaco he has played as many as 120 with 1 gol.but after he played in the Manchester United looks much more stunning and got an offer from another club to ask for her hand clubs and annoyed to be one the best left back in the world.
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Thursday, June 3, 2010
|Gary Neville Biograf|
In the summer of 2004, Neville signed a four-year contract extension with manchester United. Following Roy Keane's departure in November 2005, Neville was appointed the new captain.
Neville started his first game in seventeen months when he captained Manchester United for the 2008 FA Community Shield against Portsmouth on 10 August 2008. He then made another start against Zenit St. Petersburg in the UEFA Super Cup, before making his first start at home since his injury against Villarreal in the opening group game of the UEFA Champions League 2008-2009. On 21 September 2008, Neville started his first league game in almost 18 months when he played against Chelsea. Gary Neville extended his stay at Old Trafford until June 2010.
His first squad number at Manchester United was number 27, which was issued to him when squad numbers were launched in the Premier League for the 1993-1994 season. For the 1995-1996 season, however, he was issued with the number 20 shirt which had been vacant since the departure of Dion Dublin the previous autumn. A year later however, the departure of Paul Parker enabled Neville to take up the number 2 shirt which he has held ever since.
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Hannover have signed Manchester United reserve team goalkeeper Ron Robert Zieler on a two year contract.
Zieler, who has never played a first-team game for United since joining the youth team in 2005 and progressing to the senior ranks three years later, has spent several days on trial at the Bundesliga club.
The former Germany Under 20 international has penned a contract until 2012, with the option of a further year.
In his first season with Manchester United, Zieler played 22 times for the Under-18 side, including four in the FA Youth Cup. He was also named as an unused substitute in 11 reserve matches, including the final of the Manchester Senior Cup, earning him a winners medal. The following season, he shared Under-18 goalkeeping duties with Ben Amos, but also made his debut for the reserves on 15 March 2007, 3-0 home defeat to Sheffield United. Despite that inauspicious start, he made amends four days later by keeping a clean sheet in the 2-0 Manchester Senior Cup win over Oldham Athletic.
At the start of the 2008-2009 season, Zieler was given a first team squad number 38 for the first time. He got his first taste of first team action on 23 September 2008, when he was named on the bench for United's 3-1 League Cup win over Middlesbrough.
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He retained his place in the under-18 team for 2007-2008 and impressed enough to be taken on the club's 2008 summer tour of South Africa.
On 14 December 2008, Amos travelled to Japan with the Manchester United squad for the 2008 FIFA Club World Cup, having been called up as a late replacement for Ben Foster, who had picked up a hand injury in training.
Following the departure of Ben Foster from Manchester United to Birmingham City, Alex Ferguson declared that Amos would be Manchester United's third-choice goalkeeper for the 2010-2011 season behind Edwin van der Sar and Tomasz Kuszczak.
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Kuszczak made his debut in a Premier League match against Arsenal on 17 September 2006, and he earned the Manchester United fans' respect when he saved an early Gilberto Silva penalty. He could not, however, save United from a 1-0 defeat, when Emmanuel Adebayor scored the late winner.
Although Kuszczak didn't play enough Premier League games in the 2006-2007 season, he received a winners medal by special application to the Premier League. On 2 July 2007, Manchester United announced that the permanent transfer had been completed, for a fee of £2.125 million.
Due to Dutch keeper Edwin van der Sar's continued good form and Ben Foster's knee injury, Kuszczak was named Manchester United's number 2 for the 2007-08 season. During an interview in May 2007 Kuszczak stated that he wanted one day to become the number 1 at Manchester United.
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Edwin van der Sar, Biography, Man Utd - he was born in Voorhout, Netherlands, October 29, 1970 was a professional soccer player from the Netherlands, who played as a goalkeeper. He is the captain of the Dutch national football team and played for Manchester United in the English Premier League.
Van der Sar began her career as a football player from the club Foreholte and VV Noordwijk, then he's attracting club Ajax Amsterdam. After passing periods as a player at Ajax Amsterdam youth team, he played in the senior team and then bring Ajax Amsterdam won the UEFA Champions League 1991-92 and 1995. He also received an award for Best European Goalkeeper in 1995. He played for Ajax Amsterdam, as many as 226 times.
He competed as much as 66 times with Juventus FC and then he can not compete with Gianluigi Buffon.
He moved to English Premier League Fulham FC and playing defense in 2001, with a value of £ 7.7 million. Sign a four-year contract and play as much as 153 times.
He moved to Manchester United F.C. June 1, 2005 with the transfer value of £ 2 million. Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says that he is the best sucsesor goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel.
On December 21, 2007, van der Sar signed a contract of one year, keep it at Manchester United until the 2008-2009 season. Edwin van dersar sizzle certainly still play until the 2010-2011 season after he returned to do another contract extension with the club for one more season.
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Wednesday, June 2, 2010
1. Edwin van der Sar
29. Thomas Kuszczak
40. Ben Amos
38. Ron-Robert Zieler
2. Gary Neville
3. Patrice Evra
5. Rio Ferdinand
6. Wesley Brown
15. Nemanja Vidić
20. Fabio Da Silva
21. Rafael Da Silva
22. John O'Shea
23. Jonathan Evans
30. Ritchie De Laet
31. Corry Evans
36. David Gray
37. Craig Cathcart
TBC Chris Smalling
4. Owen Hargreaves
11. Ryan Giggs
13. Park Ji-Sung
14. Zoran Tosic
16. Michael Carrick
18. Paul Scholes
24. Darren Fletcher
25. Antonio valencia
28. Darren Gibson
35. Tom Cleverley
7. Michael Owen
9. Dimitar Berbatov
10. Wayne Rooney
19. Danny Welbeck
26. Gabriel Obertan
27. Federico Macheda
14. Javier Hernandez
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