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Manchester United v Barcelona: Sir Alex Ferguson pays price for caution
The dream final proved to be just that, a dream.

by Kevin Garside in Rome

The reality of a one-sided contest forces an uncomfortable revision on the standing of Manchester United in the football power list. On this showing they are not in Barcelona's league. None are.

Sir Alex Ferguson wore the look of a boxer who had walked on to a right hook in the first round and never recovered. In effect, his team had.

This was not his best night and he might think better of taking to task a reporter who had the gall to ask him a question he didn't like.

The inquiry sought to determine how a figure renowned for his resilience might come back from a reverse like this. Ferguson hit the hairdryer button. "How long have you known me? Bloody silly question," he snapped.

The rebuke answered the question in its own way. He cares all right. His mood will get worse before it gets better. He'll wake in the night seeing a myriad of Messis running rings around his team.

This was a reality check of the visceral kind. To his credit he paid due respect to the victors and offered no excuses. The better team won, he said. They did more than that. Barcelona had the English champions running around like Stoke.

United had no answer to the keep-ball artistry that shifts the footballing epicentre a thousand miles to the south of Manchester.

Where was the coruscating precision of the Mancunian aristocracy so evident on English fields? Buried deep in the triangles of Catalonia is where.

Barcelona's geometric wizardry was a ligature that squeezed the life out of United's challenge despite an enterprising opening in which Ji-Sung Park might have capitalised when Victor Valdes spilt a rocket from Ronaldo.

Perhaps the mistake was to play in white. The last time Barcelona ran into a strip this colour they cut it to ribbons at the Bernabeu.

Conflict resolution is the story of Rome. This execution was as brutal as any delivered in the Colosseum.

This was a contest to determine not only the champions of Europe but to establish rights to football's eternal flame, to claim absolutely the game's aesthetic high ground. It is a pity that a team built around attacking principles no less robust than Barcelona's was betrayed by a cautious selection.

You might argue that the Manchester United we see on Saturday afternoons did not turn up until Carlos Tevez appeared for the second half. Shame because Ferguson's circumspection cost the match the firework display we all wanted. Cristiano Ronaldo cannot win European Cups on his own, as hard as he tried on Wednesday night. It takes two teams to tango. One team dared to win, the other was too scared to lose.

All day in the precincts of these seven hills, tribal disputes manifest in song and good humoured banter sought to establish cultural dominance. Long histories rich in tradition underpinned the rival campaigns.

United and Barcelona entered the arena as the big dogs in the football food chain. Barcelona left with the bone.

The tendency to tinker, to overcomplicate selections and strategies in an attempt to establish his coaching credentials in this milieu is a habit that has betrayed Ferguson in the past.

In Rome, he opted to contain instead of attack. The plan unravelled with the early goal, he said. Samuel Eto'o's strike against the run of play didn't help. A team with justifiable claims to be the best ought not to be derailed so conclusively.

A year ago in the semi-final Ferguson used the same defensive tactics and got away with it thanks to a brilliant strike by Paul Scholes. Barcelona have taken the story on. If only Ferguson had sent out his team as he did in Milan and at the Emirates, to attack in the Manchester United manner.


The day before Carlo Ancelotti spoke of the deficit between Serie A and the Premier League and the need for Italy to catch the English train. Barcelona have and their marvellous variations claimed the right to be regarded as the proper custodians of the beautiful game.

The noise might have drifted up from that ancient sporting bear pit the Circus Maximus, such was the decibel count when Barcelona stroked the match into life. For the next few minutes that was all they saw of the ball. United had it on the end of a string. Then out of nothing Eto'o detonated the match with a delicious two step through the United defence to shred the English script.

Ferguson loves to weave the myth about United doing it the hard way. It doesn't get much harder than gifting a goal start to team that has hit La Liga for a ***ulative ton this season.

The goal gave Barcelona the authority to play the game at their pace.

United, suitably unhinged, sought to hurry the ball forward not through feet, as they would on Saturday afternoons, but over the top. It was for the remainder of the half a regression to the Seventies, serving only to polish the Barca halo still further.

United improved after the break without threatening Barcelona's dominance. Messi's headed goal was merited on personal and collective grounds.

Barcelona deserved to take the European Cup for a third time because they stuck to their principles. United compromised theirs and paid the price with a first defeat in a European final.

History of sorts, I suppose, but not the record sought.


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Wayne Rooney threat was wasted against Barcelona
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Manchester United deserved what they got. If you cannot expose that vulnerable Barcelona back four with all the attacking talent at United’s disposal in Rome, something is badly wrong.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s side simply didn’t gel. They underachieved from back to front. Cristiano Ronaldo was frustrated and no wonder. United cannot expect Ronaldo to win games for them single-handedly all the time. He needed others to chip in. But where was Wayne Rooney? Defending, mostly — one of the greatest attacking talents on the planet was modelling his game on Park Ji Sung.

Ferguson was understandably desperate to nullify Lionel Messi and Thierry Henry, because you cannot allow them to take on defenders one on one. An early example of the danger came when Messi got half a yard on the defence and blasted narrowly over the bar.

So Rooney found himself doing defensive duties. He’s more willing than most forwards to track back and help out — perhaps too enthusiastic. He struggled to get into the game and didn’t offer enough up front. There are times when a player must ask for help from a team-mate and say: “You keep an eye on him, I’ve got to push forward.” On such a big stage, United couldn’t afford Rooney drifting in and out of the contest. He needs to learn to be braver.

There comes a point in a match, if your team are losing or you’re anonymous, when you have to make your own mind up. Great players make great decisions. They don’t need to rely on a manager telling them what to do on the touchline. Rooney should have placed less focus on his defensive duties early on, even if Ferguson hadn’t given him permission to do so.

It was especially frustrating because Barcelona looked so vulnerable at the back. Carles Puyol was a red card-in-waiting if United had only run at him more often.

There was nothing fundamentally wrong with Ferguson’s tactics — after all, United started strongly — but they were knocked out of their stride by Samuel Eto’o’s goal and lost confidence, appearing to be panicked because they were looking to get rid of the ball too quickly at the back.

The main problem was that United stood off again and again. Without the suspended Darren Fletcher and the injured Owen Hargreaves, they did not have a protector to patrol the space and make tackles in front of the back four — the role that Michael Essien performed for Chelsea in the semi-final against Barcelona.

Still, it was strange after the terrific season that United have had for them to be showing an opponent so much respect. And bizarre that they did exactly what everyone knows you mustn’t: give Barcelona’s playmakers the time and space to pick their passes. United will look back on last night with huge regret.


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Wazza... :facepalm:


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my b its acceptable if v hv tried our best & lose it...but d fact that v werent even tryin (sort of) after they scored is so devastatingly painfull...how do u really explain a midget scoring a glancing header past 1 of d best gk in europe who also hs d luxury of 2 of d best defenders in world infront of him.....damn this torture is painful


stuju2...

game lwn barca smlm sme ngn game united vs arsenal at emirates this season...10 min 1st...kte attack kaw2...skali nasri score..trus je down pastu..same goes with againt barca..

mula2 je smgt..pas eto'o score...united cm menyerah je...ikut rentak dorg..game jd slow..xde smgt cm game lwn spurs..

i miss dat kind of spirit...smgt yg nk berjuang... ='( ='(


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* United missed Darren Fletcher far more than Barcelona missed their absent defenders. But Ferguson's tactics were complicit in that inbalance and it was the unavailability of Owen Hargreaves that was most keenly felt in the middle of the Rome park. Bought in response to the mauling United endured in the San Siro two years ago, Hargreaves would have been the bite to Fletcher's bark in midfield. In comparison, Anderson and Carrick were hopelessly inadequate and ill-suited to the task demanded. So Sir Alex has a dilemma to consider: does he take a gamble on Hargreaves returning as good as new after a minimum of essentially* 16 months on the sidelines or does he look to recruit another specialist holding midfielder this summer as a precaution against another midfield exposure?


1stly, aku mmg x nafikan, hargo mmg antara DM tbaek dunia, ble fit. and itu la mslhnye, adkh kte nk gamble dgn hargo, yg dh dkt sethn x maen, or nk pkr utk cr plyr laen? wut about fletch? korg rs die setanding dgn world class midfielder laen cm essien, gattuso, rossi, makelele?

my oppinion.. simple.. NO.. Fletcher are not at the same level with essien, gattuso, yaya toure ect.. BUT when he is in the team he gives 110% Commitment which usually essien and guttuso give to their team.. fletch akan buat all the dirty work for United.. dia akan tackle, he will track back, dia akn make things difficult to opponent, rarely lose the ball or give the ball away easily, simple play rarely try something outrages.. his commitment, his discipline tu lah menyebabkan perfermonce dia always consistent.. that type a player which every teams need.. rite..?


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Sir Alex: We missed Fletch

Darren Fletcher was the perfect player to disrupt Barcelona's possession football, and Sir Alex Ferguson's fears before the game that the suspended midfielder would be a great loss sadly proved prophetic.

The United boss recognises that Barcelona also had players missing through suspension, but from a United point of view Fletcher would have been key in disrupting the flow of passes from Andres Iniesta and Xavi.

"I thought before the game it may have been a problem," he said. "I knew it might count against us because he is a big-game player and he was a big loss for us.

"It's difficult to say how big, and they had players missing too, but it showed itself for us tonight."

Fletcher's ability to cover every blade of grass in the middle of the park would have been asset, but the players who took to the field in his place, Sir Alex says, couldn't stop Barcelona playing.

"The simple reason we lost was possession," he added. "We didn't do anything with it. The disappointment was the use of the ball when we got possession. You have to wait minutes to get it back off them.


"We recognised beforehand their was their three central midfield players. It wasn't really Messi who was the problem. It was Iniesta and Xavi. They can keep the ball all night long.

"You have to give credit to a very good Barcelona team. If they get in front of you they are very difficult to beat."

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p/s : i think the sum up for U loque.. huhu..


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ala, cheer up!! we win some & we lose some..

to be honest im not so sad, if compared losing it to chelski or anybody else. barca throughly deserve it, they were the best team of the night, and throughout the season as well


me too.. disappointed maybe.. but i'm not that sad.. and i bet the lads are feeling the same.. they knew they were not performing as great as they should be..


well, for the way we played that night, i have no complaints about it. my friend who was not even a football fan (with zero knowledge of the game) said to me that united were lucky not to suffer an annhilation (she said a 4-0 trashing to be exact!!). for a first timer to watch a final of that huge significant, she summed that night well for me. united were deservedly beaten by a side who were top in every department on the pitch. who cares if barca got to the final with some suspect refereeing in the semi final. united trashed gunners at the same level too, right? just thought we played really badly. stray passing, we couldn't keep the ball for long and no body had the initiative to man mark iniesta & xavi. boo to us. huhu~


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Sir Alex: We missed Fletch

Darren Fletcher was the perfect player to disrupt Barcelona's possession football, and Sir Alex Ferguson's fears before the game that the suspended midfielder would be a great loss sadly proved prophetic.

The United boss recognises that Barcelona also had players missing through suspension, but from a United point of view Fletcher would have been key in disrupting the flow of passes from Andres Iniesta and Xavi.

"I thought before the game it may have been a problem," he said. "I knew it might count against us because he is a big-game player and he was a big loss for us.

"It's difficult to say how big, and they had players missing too, but it showed itself for us tonight."

Fletcher's ability to cover every blade of grass in the middle of the park would have been asset, but the players who took to the field in his place, Sir Alex says, couldn't stop Barcelona playing.

"The simple reason we lost was possession," he added. "We didn't do anything with it. The disappointment was the use of the ball when we got possession. You have to wait minutes to get it back off them.


"We recognised beforehand their was their three central midfield players. It wasn't really Messi who was the problem. It was Iniesta and Xavi. They can keep the ball all night long.

"You have to give credit to a very good Barcelona team. If they get in front of you they are very difficult to beat."

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p/s : i think the sum up for U loque.. huhu..


well, he could always deploy anderson as the holding MF or even carrick. but both of them were MIA. like i said in the previous post, we should have man marked xavi & iniesta. they pose the biggest threat to their opponents though out their fantastic season.


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Upset United fan kills four
Thu, 28 May 11:50:00 2009


A Manchester United fan in Nigeria killed four people when he drove his minibus into a crowd of Barcelona supporters after his team lost the Champions League final.

The crowd in the town of Ogbo were celebrating Barcelona's victory after the match when the bus drove into them. A police spokeswoman said 10 people were injured and the driver was arrested.

"The driver had passed the crowd then made a U-turn and ran into them," she said.

Barcelona beat Manchester United 2-0 in what was hailed as a dream final between two of Europe's best clubs. Both teams have large fan bases in Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation.

mak aih, gle babas la ;O

well, masa arsenal kalah 3-1 kat emirates kat semifinal vs united, kat Nigeria pun ade org bunuh diri. so, tak terkejut la aku baca news tu. out of rage, maybe kalah judi, mabuk, tak leh nak pikir panjang. huhuhu~


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faizul-azlan® wrote:
Sir Alex: We missed Fletch

Darren Fletcher was the perfect player to disrupt Barcelona's possession football, and Sir Alex Ferguson's fears before the game that the suspended midfielder would be a great loss sadly proved prophetic.

The United boss recognises that Barcelona also had players missing through suspension, but from a United point of view Fletcher would have been key in disrupting the flow of passes from Andres Iniesta and Xavi.

"I thought before the game it may have been a problem," he said. "I knew it might count against us because he is a big-game player and he was a big loss for us.

"It's difficult to say how big, and they had players missing too, but it showed itself for us tonight."

Fletcher's ability to cover every blade of grass in the middle of the park would have been asset, but the players who took to the field in his place, Sir Alex says, couldn't stop Barcelona playing.

"The simple reason we lost was possession," he added. "We didn't do anything with it. The disappointment was the use of the ball when we got possession. You have to wait minutes to get it back off them.


"We recognised beforehand their was their three central midfield players. It wasn't really Messi who was the problem. It was Iniesta and Xavi. They can keep the ball all night long.

"You have to give credit to a very good Barcelona team. If they get in front of you they are very difficult to beat."

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p/s : i think the sum up for U loque.. huhu..


well, he could always deploy anderson as the holding MF or even carrick. but both of them were MIA. like i said in the previous post, we should have man marked xavi & iniesta. they pose the biggest threat to their opponents though out their fantastic season.


ur right again Dila.. i do think Ando & Carrick on their day can provide the best possible service as hodling MF.. but unfortunately both were clueless & missing on that day.. which is a pity.. and of course i knew we missed Fletcher but there's no point of bringing it up because he's not available for that match.. so no matter what happen he won't play on that day.. so those who are available should make up for that absence..they usually did well but they didn't do so.. and i believe, we won't know what will happen even if we have Fletcher.. it can go either way.. from my observation, the wrong tactic were used and everyone was out of place.. things doesn't seem to work well..


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Lelaki terima 18 jahitan

KUALA LUMPUR: Kegembiraan 10 sahabat meraikan kemenangan pasukan mereka menjuarai ‘Piala Juara-juara Liga Eropah’ awal pagi semalam bertukar tegang apabila seorang rakan mereka dibelasah sekumpulan lelaki tidak ****nali, pagi semalam.

Dipercayai sekumpulan 20 lelaki bersenjatakan parang, kayu dan besi itu dikatakan mengamuk serta membelasah mangsa berikutan berang selepas pasukan yang disokong kalah dalam perlawanan itu.

Menurut mangsa, Muhd Radzeley Ramlan, 25, ketika kejadian kira-kira jam 4.40 pagi, dia dan beberapa rakan baru selesai menyaksikan perlawanan antara Manchester United dan Barcelona di sebuah restoran di Pudu Ulu di sini, apabila tiba-tiba diserang sekumpulan lelaki tidak ****nali.

“Masa menonton ada yang bersorak apabila gol dijaringkan dan mungkin menyebabkan kumpulan lelaki itu yang duduk selang beberapa meja bengang dengan kami.

“Saya tiba-tiba diserang dan seorang daripada lelaki terbabit melibas parang mengenai badan, lengan dan kepala saya.

“Rakan lain yang ketika itu sedang menuju ke kenderaan masing-masing membantu menyebabkan kumpulan lelaki terbabit bertempiaran melarikan diri,” katanya.

Dia yang cedera dihantar rakan untuk mendapatkan rawatan di Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (PPUKM) dan menerima 18 jahitan di lengan kiri, kepala dan belakang badan.

Ketua Polis Cheras, Asisten Komisioner Ahmad Amir Mohd Hashim, berkata pihaknya sudah mengenal pasti kumpulan yang menyerang mangsa dan sedang mengesan mereka.

“Kami akan menjalankan siasatan berhubung kejadian itu dan orang ramai yang mempunyai maklumat diminta menghubungi balai polis berhampiran untuk membantu siasatan,” katanya.


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Lelaki terima 18 jahitan

KUALA LUMPUR: Kegembiraan 10 sahabat meraikan kemenangan pasukan mereka menjuarai ‘Piala Juara-juara Liga Eropah’ awal pagi semalam bertukar tegang apabila seorang rakan mereka dibelasah sekumpulan lelaki tidak ****nali, pagi semalam.

Dipercayai sekumpulan 20 lelaki bersenjatakan parang, kayu dan besi itu dikatakan mengamuk serta membelasah mangsa berikutan berang selepas pasukan yang disokong kalah dalam perlawanan itu.

Menurut mangsa, Muhd Radzeley Ramlan, 25, ketika kejadian kira-kira jam 4.40 pagi, dia dan beberapa rakan baru selesai menyaksikan perlawanan antara Manchester United dan Barcelona di sebuah restoran di Pudu Ulu di sini, apabila tiba-tiba diserang sekumpulan lelaki tidak ****nali.

“Masa menonton ada yang bersorak apabila gol dijaringkan dan mungkin menyebabkan kumpulan lelaki itu yang duduk selang beberapa meja bengang dengan kami.

“Saya tiba-tiba diserang dan seorang daripada lelaki terbabit melibas parang mengenai badan, lengan dan kepala saya.

“Rakan lain yang ketika itu sedang menuju ke kenderaan masing-masing membantu menyebabkan kumpulan lelaki terbabit bertempiaran melarikan diri,” katanya.

Dia yang cedera dihantar rakan untuk mendapatkan rawatan di Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (PPUKM) dan menerima 18 jahitan di lengan kiri, kepala dan belakang badan.

Ketua Polis Cheras, Asisten Komisioner Ahmad Amir Mohd Hashim, berkata pihaknya sudah mengenal pasti kumpulan yang menyerang mangsa dan sedang mengesan mereka.

“Kami akan menjalankan siasatan berhubung kejadian itu dan orang ramai yang mempunyai maklumat diminta menghubungi balai polis berhampiran untuk membantu siasatan,” katanya.



WHOA!! igtkan rome je stab city.. KL pun dah jd stab city gak ke??


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RADZELEY parah dibelasah ketika meraikan kejayaan Barcelona di sebuah restoran di Pudu Hulu, awal pagi semalam.


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RADZELEY parah dibelasah ketika meraikan kejayaan Barcelona di sebuah restoran di Pudu Hulu, awal pagi semalam.


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Lelaki terima 18 jahitan

KUALA LUMPUR: Kegembiraan 10 sahabat meraikan kemenangan pasukan mereka menjuarai ‘Piala Juara-juara Liga Eropah’ awal pagi semalam bertukar tegang apabila seorang rakan mereka dibelasah sekumpulan lelaki tidak ****nali, pagi semalam.

Dipercayai sekumpulan 20 lelaki bersenjatakan parang, kayu dan besi itu dikatakan mengamuk serta membelasah mangsa berikutan berang selepas pasukan yang disokong kalah dalam perlawanan itu.

Menurut mangsa, Muhd Radzeley Ramlan, 25, ketika kejadian kira-kira jam 4.40 pagi, dia dan beberapa rakan baru selesai menyaksikan perlawanan antara Manchester United dan Barcelona di sebuah restoran di Pudu Ulu di sini, apabila tiba-tiba diserang sekumpulan lelaki tidak ****nali.

“Masa menonton ada yang bersorak apabila gol dijaringkan dan mungkin menyebabkan kumpulan lelaki itu yang duduk selang beberapa meja bengang dengan kami.

“Saya tiba-tiba diserang dan seorang daripada lelaki terbabit melibas parang mengenai badan, lengan dan kepala saya.

“Rakan lain yang ketika itu sedang menuju ke kenderaan masing-masing membantu menyebabkan kumpulan lelaki terbabit bertempiaran melarikan diri,” katanya.

Dia yang cedera dihantar rakan untuk mendapatkan rawatan di Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (PPUKM) dan menerima 18 jahitan di lengan kiri, kepala dan belakang badan.

Ketua Polis Cheras, Asisten Komisioner Ahmad Amir Mohd Hashim, berkata pihaknya sudah mengenal pasti kumpulan yang menyerang mangsa dan sedang mengesan mereka.

“Kami akan menjalankan siasatan berhubung kejadian itu dan orang ramai yang mempunyai maklumat diminta menghubungi balai polis berhampiran untuk membantu siasatan,” katanya.


satu lagi perbuatan bodo, tidak berfaedah dan sia-sia.. when will ppl learn? it's just footy.. there's no need to hurt others for that.. i don't think it's worth it..

ni mesti case.. poyo sgt celebrate.. well, there are fans who acted way too annoying when their team wins.. footy fans need to grow up..


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