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Steve Clarke: West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster may require further surgery




West Brom boss Steve Clarke admits goalkeeper Ben Foster may require further surgery to cure his groin problem.

The former England international has already had one operation, which ruled him out of the wins over Wigan, Chelsea and Sunderland.

But Foster is still troubled by the problem and looks set to miss the upcoming games against Swansea and Stoke.

"It is possible the Ben could need further surgery," said Clarke.

"If that is the case, it will be the same timescale as before, that it will be seven to 10 days."

"I have not spoken to Ben. He is with the medical staff. He does not need me to hold his hand and tell him I love him"
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Clarke admits his main thoughts at the moment are on current keeper Boaz Myhill rather than Foster.

He said: "I have not spoken to Ben. He is with the medical staff. He does not need me to hold his hand and tell him I love him!

"He knows how important a player he is to us but I've every confidence in Boaz.

"His attitude was excellent when he was out of the side and he has grabbed his chance with both hands."

Clarke also has injury concerns over Jonas Olsson, who suffered a calf injury during the 4-2 win at Sunderland.

"He will go out and train later today and we will see how he goes. He is the sort of guy who will play through the pain," said Clarke.

"Jonas is one of the few players who has played every game this season but I want to ensure he is available long term."

Clarke also revealed he received a text message of support from Jose Mourinho ahead of Saturday's win at the Stadium Of Light.

The Scot, who was number two to Mourinho at Chelsea, said: "Jose said some good things in the text although what they were will remain in private."
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Mikaël Silvestre: I was happiest when I was playing at Manchester United
The former France and Manchester United defender on football, rum and the Latin way of life




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Hello Mikaël. You're speaking at a scarily high-powered conference, the Doha Goals Forum from 10-12 December. What's that about? I'll be part of a group whose task it is to answer the question: how do we use sports to alleviate social challenges facing children and young adults?

Crikey! I'm joining a group with different experiences. For me, I've got to bring in my experience going through the French system, and then also my experience on the ground with my charity.

That'll be Schools for Hope. Can you explain what that's about? I started it in 2006 in Guinea, west Africa. Now we have five different schools, one in Niger, one in Laos, one in Haiti – which we opened last year – and the next one will be in Brazil. The idea is to bring children from very poor backgrounds – lots of them are orphans – and we give them two or three years of school and then also give them another skill they can use in their lives.

So it's got nothing to do with football? They all play football, there's always a coach there. It's good for their fitness, for a start. Because a lot of them live in the streets when we pick them up, they only eat once a day, whenever they can manage. So they are not in the best physical condition. The other good thing is that football is a team game. In the streets they are on their own, they fight for their lives. They learn football, and they learn some of the teamwork that they take into the classes.

What made you do that when you could have happily filled your time buying new Bentleys? It was the birth of my children. I realised then how key it was to be involved not just in school but also other activities, maybe horse riding or playing musical instruments. I realised that a good education at a young age is part of your building as a human being. At Manchester United I worked a bit with Unicef, who are in partnership with the club, but then I said I wanted to be involved from A to Z, to have a bigger part to play. That's when I started my own charity.

It's not the stereotypical footballer's hobby, though. Maybe not. I think players do a lot of important work for charity that doesn't get the publicity it deserves.

So were you a star pupil at school? I did OK. At school I worked – I had no choice. My dad said if I was not good at school I couldn't play football. So I did my A-levels and then when I was 18 or 19, I started a university course to learn to be a sports teacher. Then I started to be a footballer and I couldn't carry on.

What was your best subject at school? PE? No, it was history. I liked to learn about history. I still do now – I read biographies and other books.

You played under Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsčne Wenger and Roy Hodgson. Who was the best? [laughs] I don't want to … well … they are the top managers. They are the ones, when I come back to England after four years, they are still in charge. Sir Alex has been at United more than 25 years now, it's an amazing achievement. He's got more trophies than Arsčne Wenger, so in that way he is the best. He's most successful.

When were you happiest? When I was at United. Nine years, it's a long time in a career but it was good. I've enjoyed all my career. Even the bad moments, I take them in a positive way.

You played in Italy, in France, in England and in Germany. Which is your favourite country? Italy. I say that because I am a Frenchman, and I like a more Latin way of life. I still have friends in Italy, I like to speak the language, I like the food, I like Italian fashion – and I like my friends.

So you speak Italian? I was there for 14 months. It's a Latin language, like French, so after three, four months you start talking. German was more difficult. I studied it for seven years at school so I had the basics when I went there, and I can speak. I couldn't speak for a long time.

What language will you speak in Doha? English, I think.

A lot of the other sporting speakers in Doha – Seb Coe, Carl Lewis, Mark Spitz – are Olympians. Are you a fan of the Olympics? Of course. In the summer we were in London, and our children were cheering for England, not France. I didn't go to any events – it was so hard to get tickets – but I watched a lot on TV. I was impressed by the Jamaican performance, and obviously England did amazingly well.

You own a rum company. What's up with that? The idea came from a discussion with friends, when they asked what I was going to do after football. So I started a rum business out of St Barts, because I knew rum on the island. There was a window there, and we took it.

So it was a business opportunity, not a passion for rum? Rum was my background. My dad is from Guadeloupe, in the French Caribbean, and he always used to bring rum back from his holidays. I don't know any other spirits really. I enjoy wine also but rum is my little treat.

Is your rum up there with the best? I'm proud of it. We've won a few medals already. The white rum was awarded a gold medal in the Miami rum festival in April, so that was good. The others have also got medals. It's a learning process for me but I enjoy every minute of it.

What's the last music you bought? I think Alicia Keys. I listen to different types of music – hip-hop, R&B, French, rap, some classical music sometimes, some rock'n'roll. I'm quite open in music. For a different mood, different music.

What about film? What's the last film you saw? [Thinks for a while] Um … [thinks some more] … I want to see the new James Bond, but I haven't got the chance to go yet.

Not much of a cinema-goer, then? We used to go, when we were in England. But now we've been busy with the last addition to the family. The baby is three months old so there's not a lot of spare time.

What's your favourite pasta shape? Spaghetti.

That's a disappointingly simple answer for an italophile. Have you ever seen a ghost? No. I don't believe they exist. Not at all. I believe maybe in spirits but not in ghosts and all that stuff.

Can you tell us a joke? I'm sorry, no. I have a bad memory for jokes. I laugh a lot but I don't tell jokes.

What next, then, for Mikaël Silvestre? Well I'm back training at Manchester United, every day. I still have a house here and the children loved being here. They were born in Manchester, they've got friends from school. Family is important, and they're enjoying being here. They don't mind the rain. Me neither.

So you're playing on? Sure. Hopefully I'll find a club in December or January, and I'll keep going, keep playing. I have to keep going as long as I can.

You're 35 now. How long will that be? Time will tell. It's difficult to say. Football's not as easy as when I was 20, but once I'm warm I feel good enough to carry on. I still love playing, and love training.

You'll keep going until your head or your body tells you to stop That's right. I think it will be the body that stops first. You never stop enjoying football, but I think one day your body says, give me a break.

Cheers for the chat, Mikaël. Bye! Bye-bye, Small Talk.
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Paddy Crerand loses cool on radio over Rio Ferdinand incident

• Former United player angrily defends Ferdinand's celebration
• City fan had attempted to confront defender on the pitch



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The former Manchester United midfielder Paddy Crerand was involved in an astonishing outburst on national radio on Monday morning as he reacted angrily to the suggestion that Rio Ferdinand could in any way have provoked Manchester City fans with his celebration of United's winner.

Ferdinand was struck by a coin thrown from the City supporters before home goalkeeper Joe Hart stepped in to prevent the United man being confronted by a fan who came on to the pitch as order was being restored.

It was put to Crerand during an interview on BBC Radio Five Live that listeners had called and texted the show to suggest that players should tone down their celebrations in front of opposition fans, but Crerand was disgusted by the insinuation that Ferdinand had any responsibility for the incident and repeatedly challenged the station to say how many people had blamed Ferdinand.

"Who said that? That is ridiculous," Crerand said. "What planet do they live on? That is absolute garbage. How many people have phoned you up? One, two, three? How many? Why make a statement like that if you haven't got [the number of listeners] to hand … if you haven't got the evidence?"

Asked to respond to the suggestion that Ferdinand could have provoked the attacks, Crerand added: "I think the point is absolutely ludicrous."

At one point Crerand asked interviewer Chris Warburton: "Is this a publicity stunt? Ask me a sensible question and don't talk stupid, asking me daft questions about whether fans should celebrate or not."

Warburton's co-presenter Rachel Burden interjected to suggest to Crerand that there may have been a misunderstanding of the question that had been asked.

Crerand demanded again to know how many people had contacted the show.

"How many texts? A million? Half a million? A hundred thousand?"

Crerand added: "Rio Ferdinand was nowhere near where the home fans were. He gets struck by a coin that someone has thrown from about 15 or 20 yards, it wasn't as if he was standing in front of their supporters jumping up and down."

After Burden asked Crerand a couple of questions, he said: "Why have you changed commentators, why have you come on all of a sudden?"

Crerand was told it was standard for both presenters to contribute questions and Warburton said: "Don't worry, I haven't run scared Paddy."

Ashley Young fears Ferdinand might have been attacked had the fan not slipped as he made his way towards the defender.

The FA has already promised to take action following the "unacceptable" scenes which followed United's winning goal in their 3-2 triumph.

"If the pitch hadn't been so wet when the fan came on and he slipped over, he could have attacked Rio," Young told MUTV. "When Wazza [Wayne Rooney] was trying to take his corner there were so many objects being thrown on to the pitch, and the one that hit Rio could have taken his eye out. It is not nice to see that. Hopefully that will be dealt with."

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Chris Warburton: We've had a lot of people getting in touch saying the players have to take a bit of responsibility, stop celebrating in front of opposing fans and stoking it up. I just wondered what your thoughts are on that?

Paddy Crerand: Who's said that? Who's made that statement?

CW: We've had various calls and texts from our listeners, Paddy.

PC: What planet do they live on?

CW: Well, you tell me.

PC: Well, I've no idea. I was at the game yesterday, do you expect fans not to celebrate when their team scores a goal?

CW: No, no, what they're suggesting is that players are going up to opposing fans and celebrating in front of them and that stokes the crowd up.

PC: I was at the game yesterday and that is absolute rubbish. Who suggested that, and where did that come from? Absolute garbage. How many people phoned you up? One? Two? Three?

CW: No, no, we've had various texts this morning saying the same thing as well.

PC: Well how many? Tell me how many. If you're going to make a statement like you're making a statement now, tell me how many.

CW: Just take it from me that we have had a good number of texts...

PC: I'm not taking it from you, you tell me.

CW: Well, I haven't got it to hand Paddy.

PC: Well why make a statement then, if you haven't got it to hand? No I'm not taking it from you, why do you make a statement like that when you haven't got the evidence?

CW: Well, what do you think of the point?

PC: I think the point is absolutely ludicrous. You go to a football match, or any sporting situation, and you think people shouldn't celebrate? What planet are your people on at all?

CW: No, no, that's not what's being suggested.

PC: That's what you're suggesting.

CW: In terms of...

PC: In terms of what? Now you're making excuses for yourself.

CW: I was going to ask you a different question Paddy.

PC: Yeah, go on then.

CW: In terms of the environment at a derby, how has it changed from when you were playing?

PC: It's not changed in any way whatsoever. I don't care that it's a derby, or any football match, people celebrate when their team scores a goal. What do you expect them to do, be quiet? I don't know what you're suggesting, I'm totally amazed.

Just a minute please - is this a publicity stunt?

CW: No. I think I've been quite clear in what I'm saying to you Paddy. Let me ask you a question about the football.

PC: Yeah, well ask me a sensible question then. Don't talk stupid and ask me daft questions about whether fans should celebrate or not.

CW: Well we asked Danny Mills the question about an hour ago, Paddy, and he gave us quite a reasonable answer.

PC: Well what did he say to you? I've no idea what Danny Mills says to you, what was his reasonable answer?

CW: He told us that you can't hold players in any way responsible.

PC: Of course you can't. Why make a thing about a sensible answer that Danny Mills gave you that people should celebrate? Of course they should celebrate.

Rachel Burden: I think there might be a bit of misunderstanding here. A number of people texted the programme and people called Five Live...

PC: How many texts? A million?

RB: If you'd let me finish...

PC: Half a million?

RB: If you'd let me finish...

PC: Hundred thousand?

RB: If you'd let me finish the point...

PC: Yes.

RB: ...and the point was about Rio Ferdinand going down to an area where home fans were and celebrating in front of them.

PC: Let me say something to you. Did you watch the game yesterday?

RB: I listened to it.

PC: Well you didn't watch it then, you don't know what happened then. Rio Ferdinand was nowhere near where the away fans - where the home fans were. He gets struck by a coin that somebody's thrown from about 15 or 20 yards, it's not like he was standing in front of their supporters jumping up and down. He was 15 or 20 yards from their fans.

RB: Do you remember things like that happening when you were playing in these derbies?

PC: I don't remember anything like that happening, no.

RB: So do you think the atmosphere has got worse over the years?

PC: Why did you change commentators? Why have you come on all of a sudden?

RB: That's just the way it works on the programme, we both join in together.

CW: Don't worry, I haven't run scared Paddy.

PC: Oh, I thought you'd run away there for a minute. No, but let me say, it was a great football match, no question about that. When it went to two each, I thought City were the team that were going to win it. Manchester United finished up winning with a deflected goal and you can't not accept the fact that fans would celebrate when the third goal went in. And derby matches are a lot different from ordinary matches, obviously, but why somebody would throw something at Rio Ferdinand is totally stupid. Why a fan would run on the pitch...

And to be fair to Manchester City, a United fan ran on to the pitch last year when United beat City 4-3. So the effects of football on people sometimes can go to the extreme, it shouldn't happen but it does happen unfortunately. And particularly in matches that are local derbies.
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Not many people can say they wore The Manchester United Shirt - Erik Nevland Retires Satisfied

Former Manchester United striker Erik Nevland has announced his intention to retire from professional football

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Rossi closes in on Viola switch
January 5, 2013 - ESPN, Adam Digby, Italy Correspondent



Giuseppe Rossi completed his medical with Fiorentina on Saturday and is expected to sign for the Serie A club on Monday after being described as “a Ferrari who has been in the garage for a long time”.

Rossi, 25, has not played for over a year as he recovers from two operations to repair a torn ligament in his right knee, but on Friday the Viola revealed a fee - believed to be in the region of €11 million - had been agreed with his current club Villarreal.


Giuseppe Rossi is set to complete a move to Fiorentina

The Italy international*flew into Rome early on Saturday morning for a medical at the city’s Villa Stuart clinic, where his knee could be properly assessed by Italian expert Pier Paolo Mariani. Having conducted the examination, the professor spoke to Radio Blu and said he had no concerns over any long-term issues.

He said: “We needed to evaluate the stability of the knee but we have few doubts. The only problem is that Rossi is like a Ferrari who has been in the garage for a long time, almost a year, and it will take time.”

Asked when the striker will be able to return, he added: “It is hard to say as every surgeon has his own criteria to authorise a return to the field and in this case we must follow the criteria of those who did the work. Rossi will continue with visits to the US and when he gets clearance he can return to play. Fans must be patient because Rossi’s intention is to be back to his best for next season.

“There will be fear, it is inevitable but the only the pitch can help him find the confidence with which he played already. The rehabilitation process is a very complex matter. I cannot say when Rossi will be back because I have not worked on him myself. One thing that is certain, however, is that he is clinically healed."
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Scotland hires Gordon Strachan as new soccer coach

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Gordon Strachan took over as Scotland coach on Tuesday, outlining his plans to qualify the underperforming team for a first major tournament since 1998 and make the team more famous than its bagpipe-blowing fans.

Strachan, who played 50 times for Scotland and also for Manchester United in a 19-year playing career, was hired on a 3 1/2-year deal as the replacement for the fired Craig Levein.

Scotland is bottom of its European World Cup qualifying group and the country’s well of talent has dried up since the heyday of the 1980s, when many of its players starred for clubs in the English topflight and the national team qualified for five straight World Cup finals from 1974-90.

“I really want the squad and the staff to give something back to the country and the fans who support us because the fans are probably more famous than the squad now,” said Strachan, who played in the 1982 and ‘86 World Cups.

“So what we want to try and do is to give back something and make them turn up for a major finals competition.”

Strachan has been out of management since leaving second-tier English club Middlesbrough in 2010, working in TV punditry as he bided his time for a new coaching role. When Levein was dismissed in November after three turbulent years in the role, the popular Strachan was made one of the favourites to succeed him.

He has English Premier League experience as manager of Coventry and Southampton and spent four years in charge of Celtic in Scotland’s top division, winning three league titles and guiding the team to the last 16 of the Champions League twice.

“I think (the) time is right because I’ve had that European experience,” Strachan said. “I’ve had to deal with players and I’ve also had a couple of years where I can look at national football.”

“There will be rough times,” he added, “but I know there will be good times, too.”

Scotland is 72nd in the FIFA rankings and is already looking ahead to qualifying for the 2016 European Championship in France.

“We’re going to use the games (left in World Cup qualifying) to try and win,” Strachan said. “My philosophy is to win games of football, like Manchester United.

“We still have to collect as many points as we can and it’s disrespectful to say we’ll use the games just to improve.”

Scotland has two points from five matches in Group A.

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Blomqvist recalls Toffees move
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Treble-winning United winger Jesper Blomqvist celebrates his 39th birthday today (Tuesday 5 February).

And with the Reds welcoming Everton, another of the Swede’s ex clubs, to Old Trafford this weekend, we thought we’d present you Jesper’s recollections of his transfer to Goodison Park in 2001.

Speaking to Inside United, the club’s official magazine, Blomqvist recalled his last meeting with Sir Alex Ferguson. He provides a fascinating insight into the manager and, as Jesper says, might make one or two people think differently about him.

“It was pretty obvious it was time for me to go,” Blomqvist said. “I left the club in November 2001 but hadn’t played since May 1999 because of injury.

“I’d had a chat with the gaffer in the summer and he explained he couldn’t renew my contract. I obviously understood where he was coming from. I was really happy that he let me continue to train at the club, though, and I played one or two games for the Reserves.

“He also got in contact with Walter Smith at Everton and asked him if he would take a chance on me at Everton. I’m really grateful to Sir Alex for everything he did. I completely understood I couldn’t stay at United and I was so glad I wasn’t just kicked out of the door.

“To be honest with you, I felt a little guilty about the whole situation. The club had paid a lot of money for me and I had only managed one season. I felt embarrassed and guilty that I wasn’t able to repay them on the pitch.

“I said sorry to Sir Alex because I felt like I’d let him down and he just said: ‘Jesper, don’t worry. This is the nature of football. You helped us to win the Treble and we’re very grateful for that.’

“Those words lifted a stone from my heart – I’d not played for two years and I felt guilty for taking up the club’s time and money. But he helped me realise I didn’t have to feel bad.

“I think that says a lot about him. The reason he’s such a great manager is because of the way he treats people. Sometimes people forget there’s a person behind his tough persona.”

Blomqvist left Old Trafford having made 38 appearances for United. He went on to play 18 times for Everton.
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Scotland youth coach Dean Gorre is happy seeing his son Kenji join Celtic from Manchester United.

Kenji Gorre left United for Celtic on the weekend.

Dean said: “Kenji has loved it at United.

“But he knows he must now consider other options and there’s been a lot of interest.

“Celtic invited him to Lennoxtown and Kenji was delighted to spend a few days training with the first team.

“He was very impressed with Neil Lennon, the players and the training ground."
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Teman-teman United Indonesia ada yg punya foto ex-United, Russel Beardsmore & David Johnson dengan jersey United tapi ukuran filenya yang besar ?

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Siapa yang kemarin memperhatikan penampilan Massimo Taibi, eks kiper Manchester United yang turut tampil bareng AC Milan Glorie di GBK ? Bepe ternyata berhasil memasukkan 2 gol ke gawangnya, hehe ...

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