Robben urges Bayern Bring New Players

Friday, April 29, 2011


Munich - Bayern Munich Arjen Robben urged to bring in some quality players next summer. It's for improving the performance of Die Roten next season.

Robben has said it will stay at Bayern even though his team is threatened not qualify for the Champions League next season. However, it wanted the 27-year winger added a few new players.

"We've seen how this season went with two or three new players," he told Sport Bild.

"I'm not talking about players to develop the squad, but players for first team,"added the Dutchman.

"Bayern are a top club and we need top players. Increase in power is always important for a club like this. If we can get top players to help us, I think it will always be a good thing," said Robben.

Robben also claimed his team lost the figure of Mark van Bommel. Van Bommel released to AC Milan in the January transfer window.

"We have a captain, but Mark is a true leader. We miss him now," he said
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Rooney On Fire, Giggs Not Surprised


Manchester - Having had experienced hard times, Wayne Rooney returned to find sharpness with Manchester United. Ryan Giggs was not too surprised by what Rooney shown lately.

At the start of the season, Rooney had suffered peceklik goals. Instead of improving performance, 25-year attacker instead "add to the problem" by asking for sale at the end of last year.

Now, the sharpness of Rooney is back. He created six goals in his last ten matches. Final goal was born in the first leg Champions League semi-final contra Schalke 04 on Wednesday (274/2011) pm dawn.

Giggs admitted to not be surprised by what was shown by Rooney. According to him, Rooney was already doing that in the long term.

"I am not surprised by what Wayne," said Giggs, as reported by SkySports.

"The top players in action when the trophy will be handed over. They make inspiring moments when needed,"continued the 37-year winger.

"Wayne has done it many times over the years, so that almost no surprise when he performed great against Schalke," he said.
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Coming to Arsenal vs Manchester United - Emirates Not Awful for the 'Red Devils'


Emirates Stadium is not a haunted place for Manchester United. In the two last visit, 'Red Devils' managed to bring home the victory. Will it happen this time the results?

This weekend, on Sunday (01/05/2011), MU will pay a visit to the Emirates Stadium to meet the owner, Arsenal, in a game week 35th Premier League.

The match was very important value for MU is trying to realize his ambition to win title number 19. Victory would make Wayne Rooney et al step away from the title.

While for Arsenal, this fight is to determine whether they could still compete or not. Being in third place behind nine points from Manchester United, the only victory that will maintain their chance.

Unfortunately for Arsenal home games is no guarantee if they can win. The reason, in the last two games to entertain Manchester United at the Emirates, both ended painfully for the Gunners.

In the Premier League last season, on January 31, 2010, smothering Chelsea Arsenal 1-3. The Gunners lost to an own goal from Manuel Almunia, goals Wayne Rooney and Park Ji-sung. While they could only reply through Thomas Vermaelen goal.

The defeat by an identical score occurred prior season, precisely May 5, 2009, but in the Champions League. Park one goal and two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo could only reply to Robin van Persie scored.

Arsenal at the Emirates last victory occurred in the English Premier League duel on 8 November 2008. A pair of goals can only reply to Samir Nasri scored late Rafael da Silva and the Gunners ahead 2-1.

The match on Sunday is worth awaited, whether United will continue their triumph at the Emirates for the third straight time or Arsenal will restore these magnificent stadium awesomeness.
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