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Altrincham 0 United 2
Tenants get one over on landlords again

Posted by nickogs20 on August 4, 2009

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Moss Lane, Altrincham


Australia’s cricketers may have escaped with a draw in the third Ashes test yesterday but there was no such luck for captain Ricky Ponting’s adopted football team at Moss Lane this evening, as Altrincham ultimately went down 2-0 to a United reserve side playing a rare away game at their usual home. A bumper crowd of 1772 guaranteed the hosts a useful payday and got to see a closely-contested game between the Blue Square Premier side and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United second string, who just about merited the victory earned by goals from Joe Dudgeon and the unfortunate James Smith, who put through his own net with a minute remaining.

UNITED
1. Tom Heaton
2. Danny Simpson (18. Scott Moffatt 73)
3. Oliver Gill (15. Robbie Brady 46)
4. James Chester (c)
5. Scott Wootton (12. Reece Brown 62)
6. Corry Evans (14. Oliver Norwood 46)
7. Cameron Stewart (19. Michael Ngoo 71)
8. Matt James
9. Febian Brandy (16. Nicky Ajose 62)
10. Magnus Eikrem (17. Will Keane 73)
11. Joe Dudgeon

Subs not used
13. Ron-Robert Zieler

Referee:
A. Taylor

Attendance: 1,772

Altrincham: Stuart Coburn, Shaun Densmore, Matt Doughty, James Smith, Greg Young (c), Tom Kearney, Anthony Danylyk, Matty Crowell, Nicky Clee, Dale Johnson, Colin Little.
Subs: Russell Saunders, Chris Denham, Danny Heffernan, Robbie Williams, Chris Senior, Robbie Lawton.

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NIce info.. and glad to hear our young corps is doin great... ^^
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mantap nih sepak terjang anak2 asuhan Ole.... mudah2an bisa terus berkembang dan jadi andalan United di masa depan.. begitu juga manajernya bisa jadi pengganti SAF di masa2 yang akan datang...

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Altrincham: Stuart Coburn, Shaun Densmore, Matt Doughty, James Smith, Greg Young (c), Tom Kearney, Anthony Danylyk, Matty Crowell, Nicky Clee, Dale Johnson, Colin Little.
Subs: Russell Saunders, Chris Denham, Danny Heffernan, Robbie Williams, Chris Senior, Robbie Lawton.
wah, ternyata main bola dia sekarang....
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wah..mantap2..young devils are keep doing great job

eniwei ada nama2 baru ya..kaya Michael Ngoo sama Will Keane itu kayanya taun lalu belum ada deh
ada yang bisa kasih info?
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Katwijk 1 United 4:
Stopper turns striker as reserves go Dutch

Posted by nickogs20 on August 7, 2009

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De Krom, Katwijk (Netherlands)

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vv Katwijk 1-4 Manchester United XI
Blonk 21 - Dudgeon 46, Brandy 59, James 61, Heaton 75


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reserve side got the continental leg of their pre-season campaign off to a winning start last night against Dutch Hoofdklasse side vv Katwijk, recovering from a 1-0 deficit at half-time to ultimately record a comfortable 4-1 victory at De Krom thanks to second-half strikes from Joe Dudgeon, Febian Brandy, Matt James and sub goalkeeper Tom Heaton, who was pressed into action as an emergency centre-forward in the closing stages.

With United planning to attend the Wout van Overdam Tournament in Nootdorm tomorrow and a visit to Antwerp scheduled for Monday, United had tried for weeks to set up a friendly with a local team to continue Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s pre-season preparation. After talking to a few clubs, eventually a date was agreed with Dutch Third Division side vv Katwijk and Chairman Ton Berkheij was delighted to welcome the Reds second string to ‘De Krom’.

It was early in Katwijk’s pre-season so it was a good opportunity to test themselves against a strong United team. Katwijk are made up of a group of young players, many released from reknowned Dutch teams such as Feyenoord, Volendam and FC Twente. On a gloriously sunny evening, the ground was well attended by locals, enjoying a few beers and traditional dutch herrings!

The United teamsheet showed a player listed as number 18 who was a complete unknown, but without internet access I was unable to google search Clyde Buckingham at the time.

The game kicked off with United making much of the early play and having most of the possession. However, we showed little threat in front of goal, playing 451 with Brandy alone up front. Both Ajose and Stewart were disappointing on the wings and as a consequence Brandy was isolated. Hewson, Evans and Norwood were tidy in central midfield without really catching the eye, with Ollie Norwood being the pick.
Tom Heaton - warming up with little idea of what was to come...

Then half way through the first half Katwijk took the lead much to the delight of the home crowd. Katwijk had a free kick on the right about thirty yards out, and unfortunately Zieler was beaten at his near post to a low drive. It was a shot he should have saved and comes after his mistake at Fylde.

Immediately after the goal, the Katwijk team all took a drinks break….with the whole United team waiting to kick off. It was a funny moment as the Reds weren’t sure how long the ‘drinks break’ would take.

If the goal was supposed to sting United into action……then it was difficult to see anyone play the busy bee! The half came to a conclusion with both teams fairly equal although Katwijk had the all important lead.

Half-time: VV Katwijk 1 Manchester United 0

Apparently Ole was unhappy with some of our play and made numerous changes at the break with Dudgeon, Eikrem, James, Chester and Brady all coming on.

The new faces made an immediate impact with Joe Dudgeon scoring at the far post within two minutes. Already we had more urgency with Matty James picking up where he left off against Altrincham last Tuesday. He kept the play moving, always finding a red shirt and it seemed to have a more positive impact on Ollie Norwood as they both got a grip on the midfield. On 60 minutes Febian Brandy gave us the lead with a typical poachers goal in the six yard box after a great cross from Danny Simpson.

Chester, who took over the captain’s armband at halftime, was solid in defence and Joe Dudgeon offered a much more attacking threat next to Brady who was probing and forceful in attack. United were now on top and and two minutes after Brandy’s strike, Matty James scored our third with one of the most exquisite chips you will ever see. The home crowd knew they had seen a special goal and gave him a wonderful ovation.

It was at this point that we realised that Brandy was carrying a knock, his shirt almost completely ripped off his back…..he needed to come off. However, with no other outfield players available, up stepped Tom Heaton. Wearing the Number 19 jersey….and a big grin…..he replaced Febian after 72 minutes. Four minutes later, it got better when Heaton scored United’s fourth.

Then the great mystery was solved. United’s Number 18 was not an unknown trialist, but none other than our kitman Ian Buckingham. He came on for Stewart after 81 minutes and had a nice cameo for the last ten minutes or so.

Final Score: VV Katwijk 1 Manchester United 4.

It was a good run out for the Reds and another compelling display from Matty James.

After the game the players and staff spent time winning over the local fans signing autographs for all and sundry. Chairman Ton Berkheij was delighted with both the turnout and the game and is hoping for United to visit again next season, although there is no official tie-up between the clubs.

All in all a good run out and we can now look forward to the Overdam Tournament tomorrow.

Thanks again to Mr MUJAC for the match report.


UNITED
1. Ron-Robert Zieler
2. Danny Simpson
3. Oliver Gill (12. Joe Dudgeon 46)
4. Reece Brown
5. Scott Wootton (16. James Chester 46)
6. Corry Evans (14. Magnus Eikrem 46)
7. Cameron Stewart (18. Ian Buckingham 81)
8. Sam Hewson (15. Matt James 46)
9. Febian Brandy (13. Tom Heaton 72)
10. Oliver Norwood
11. Nicky Ajose (17. Robbie Brady 46)
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Motherwell v Manchester Utd XI
Friday, 07 August 2009
Lanarkshire hosts match to commemorate Sir Matt Busby


North and South Lanarkshire Councils today (Friday 7th August 2009) launched the Sir Matt Busby Shield at Fir Park Stadium, Motherwell.




The event will see Motherwell host a Manchester United XI squad at Fir Park on Sunday 6th September to commemorate the 100th year anniversary of Sir Matt Busby's birth.

As the match will be taking place on an international weekend there will be a number of players on international duty however this will ensure that the Manchester United squad is reflective of the squad that Sir Matt was so famous for - The Busby Babes, with the squad expected to feature a number of Manchester United's aspiring young players.

A Manchester United club spokesman confirmed this by saying: “As the match will be played on a FIFA designated international weekend none of Manchester United’s international players will be available but the club is committed to bringing its strongest reserve squad to Motherwell for the special challenge match and looks forward to a competitive game to mark such an important occasion. The squad for the game will be announced by the club during the week of the match itself.”

Also announced today was the launch of the Sir Matt Busby Scholarship programme. This is a scheme that will allow adults and youths within the Lanarkshire community to take the first steps in emulating Sir Matt by providing them with free coach education. All profits generated from the Sir Matt Busby Shield will be invested into the scholarship.

Providing his support, the Manager of Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson said: “Manchester United is delighted that Lanarkshire, the area where Sir Matt Busby was born 100 years ago, has decided to honour him by the introduction of a scholarship scheme in his memory.

“Manchester United’s status in world football is rooted in the achievements of Sir Matt in bringing domestic and European glory to the club and in doing so in the face of one of the greatest tragedies experienced by any club in the history of the game.
“Sir Matt Busby will always be revered by this club and his memory will always be cherished by those millions who support Manchester United across the globe.

It is fitting therefore that the club should participate in the forthcoming friendly fixture with Motherwell which has, as its singular purpose, the raising of funds to support the work of Lanarkshire Council in establishing the Sir Matt Busby Scholarship Fund.”


In attendance at the launch were members of North and South Lanarkshire Councils, who are jointly funding the match. They were joined by John Boyle and Jim Gannon from Motherwell and Sir Matt Busby’s son, Sandy.

Motherwell Chairman John Boyle added to Sir Alex’s comments by saying: "Motherwell Football Club is delighted to be involved in this hugely exciting Matt Busby scholarship initiative.

“The club is at the heart of Lanarkshire's footballing heritage and is known for and committed to nurturing young talent, borne out by the number of young players in our current squad.

"We look forward to an exciting match with Manchester United to launch this programme which will benefit Lanarkshire in so many ways."


It is hoped that the match will also profile Lanarkshire’s vast footballing heritage and pedigree, and also encourage people to visit the area from within Scotland, from Manchester and even further afield.

Commenting on the event and the benefit it will bring to Lanarkshire, Mark Calpin, Chair of the Lanarkshire Tourism Marketing Partnership, said: “Matt Busby must be one of the World’s most recognisable football names. Having been born and raised in the Bellshill area of Lanarkshire he achieved world-wide fame as the manager of Manchester United.

“It is a great honour to welcome members of the Manchester United squad to Lanarkshire to play against Motherwell in the Sir Matt Busby Shield, recognising the 100th anniversary of his birth and commemorating Sir Matt by establishing a scholarship programme in his name. “

“We hope the match will attract people from all across Scotland, from the Manchester area, and perhaps even further afield, and we are sure that everyone will have a great time.

"Their visit to Lanarkshire will give them an insight into Sir Matt’s roots and will be a great chance for us to showcase the outstanding visitor attractions and facilities which Lanarkshire boasts. It will provide visitors with the opportunity to explore some of Lanarkshire’s hidden gems and also provide a huge boost to the local economy and tourism industry.”


Regardless of the eventual outcome of the match, the event and scholarship programme are sure to recognise the role that Lanarkshire and specifically Sir Matt Busby played in developing the sport of football and the influence he had and continues to have at the world’s biggest club, Manchester United.

Tickets are now on sale for the match and can be purchased via the event website or at the Motherwell FC Ticket Office. Tickets for the game will be priced at £12 for adults, £6 for juveniles and £20 for a family ticket (1 x adult and 2 x children) - Please note family tickets are only available, in person, from Fir Park.

The website also contains further information about the match, a feature on Sir Matt Busby and some special offers for anyone traveling to the match.

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Katwijk 1 United 4:
Stopper turns striker as reserves go Dutch

Posted by nickogs20 on August 7, 2009

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Setelah pertandingan dengan Katwijk ini ternyata tim reserves United mengikuti WVO Tournament di Holland

United are travelling to Holland tomorrow and will play a series of friendlies as part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's preparation for the new season.

After playing Katwijk on Thursday night, the Reds will take a day off before participating in the Wout Van Overdam Tournament in Pijnacker-Nootdorp, around 15 miles north of Rotterdam.

The tournament is split into two pools of four teams and play in matches 35 minutes in duration. The top two teams then play in the final later in the day.

United are in Pool 2 and play the following teams:

10:20 Vitesse v United
11:10 BVCB v United
12:50 NEC v United
14:30 United v Sparta Rotterdam

15:10 3rd v 4th Place
15:30 1st v 2nd Place

United then travel to Belgium on Sunday and will face Antwerp on Monday night.

Team
1. Heaton
2. Simpson
3. Dudgeon
4. Chester
5. De Laet
6. Evans
7. Stewart
8. Hewson
9. Brandy
10. Eikrem
11. Brady
12. Gill
13. Zieler
14. Norwood
15. Wootton
16. James
17. Brown
18. Ajose
19. Buckingham
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United started the first game on one of the minor pitches at 10:20 against Vitesse Arnhem, one of the stronger teams in the tournament. The games are only 35 minutes in duration with no half time, so Solskjaer started what is probably what is his most experienced side.

In a tough, scrappy game, United scored early and Corry Evans gave us the lead after only 6 minutes. From then on the contest was fairly even but we had more of the play and were deserved winners. We played 451 with Brandy up front watched by a small crowd of 114.

Team against Vitesse Arnhem

1. Heaton
2. Simpson
3. Dudgeon
4. Chester (capt)
5. De Laet
6. Evans
7. Stewart
16. James
9. Brandy
10. Eikrem
11. Brady

8. Hewson (10) on '27
12. Gill
13. Zieler
14. Norwood (11) on '27
15. Wootton
17. Brown (7) on '29
18. Ajose (9) on '29
19. Buckingham


The second game started 15 minutes later and obviously the team and a completely different look, with most of the subs in the first game starting against BVCB, who were much lower quality than Vitesse.

The game was played on the main pitch which is synthetic, and although we do have artificial pitches at Carrington it was interesting to see how the Reds would cope with a slightly different game. I shouldn't have worried.......Cam Stewart gave us the lead on 7 minutes when he ran on to a through ball by Ajose and placed the ball calmly past the keeper into the bottom left hand corner. Scott Wootton made in 2-0 on 12 minutes when he scored with a glancing header from 12 yards into the top right hand corner from a Stewart corner. A much larger crowd of 327 were delighted when United made it 3-0 on 15 minutes. Stewart was having a good game and ran onto a through ball by Ollie Norwood. He raced towards goal before squaring it to Ajose who calmly slotted it into an empty net.

With the game virtually won, Ian Buckingham came on after the goal for Cam Stewart. Eikrem then missed an open goal from four yards and got into a bit of a slanging match with one of their defenders. He must of said something as he was immediately substituted. Then on 32 minutes the bench went crazy! Hewson was upended in the area and we were awarded a penalty. Up stepped Buckingham who drove the ball hard into the bottom right hand corner giving the keeper no chance. The management and subs were in stitches as Ian turned to celebrate.

The game finished 4-0 to the Reds who lined up again in a 451 formation with Ajose the lone striker, and we must now be one of the favourites for the competition.

Team against BVCB

13. Zieler
17. Brown
3. Dudgeon
12. Gill
15. Wootton
7. Stewart
8. Hewson (capt)
14. Norwood
10. Eikrem
11. Brady
18. Ajose

1. Heaton
2. Simpson
4. Chester (11) on '20
5. De Laet
6. Evans
9. Brandy
16. James (10) on '22
19. Buckingham (7) on '16


The Reds then faced a very strong NEC side with first team players listed on their team sheet. United lined up in last season's kit of white shirts and blue shorts. However, Febian Brandy wore the Number 20 shirt as the Number 9 jersey had been ripped to shreds in the match versus Katwijk on Thursday. United had a back four of Simpson, Chester, De Laet and Gill, with Stewart and Dudgeon playing out wide. Hewson, James and Evans were the middle three with Brandy again the lone striker.

Starting on the outside grass pitch, the opening ten minutes saw NEC over-power United in most areas. They were a strong physical side and went ahead early in the game when one of their forwards lobbed Zieler from the edge of the area. After 17 minutes, Eikrem came on to replace Gill and De Laet moved from centre-half to left back. Corry Evans moved from midfield to central defence and Magnus took the central midfield role.

It was a sign of good tactical awareness by Solskjaer and Joyce, as Eikrem started to get a grip on midfield and Evans strengthened the defence. Eikrem nearly scored with his first touch, forcing a great save from the keeper with a free kick. Cam Stewart was again doing well on the right, while Brandy was continually busy up front and pressurising the NEC defence.

Then on 24 minutes, United drew level when Ritchie De Laet scored with a header at the far post from another Eikrem fee-kick. For the remainder of the game it was pretty even with a 1-1 draw being a fair result.

Team against NEC Nijmegen

13. Zieler
2. Simpson
12. Gill
4. Chester (capt)
5. De Laet
6. Evans
7. Stewart
8. Hewson
16. James
3. Dudgeon
9. Brandy

1. Heaton
10. Eikrem (12) on '17
11. Brady
14. Norwood
15. Wootton
17. Brown
18. Ajose
19. Buckingham[/b]

United's reserves reached the final of the Wout van Overdam Youth Tournament with an impressive 2-0 victory over Sparta Rotterdam, who featured players with first team experience.

With Robbie Brady injured, United played Joe Dudgeon on the left and teh back four were Brown, Chester, De Laet and Simpson. Stewart was again wide right, Evans, James and Eikrem in the middle with Febian up front.

It was a tight opening ten minutes with United not giving anything away and the only shot of note was a 30 yard effort from Corry Evans which was easy for the keeper to collect. It remained fairly even for the first twenty minutes and then United upped the tempo. Sam Hewson replaced Reece Brown so Simpson went to right back, Dudgeon to left back, and Magnus went wide left.

In the 24th minute the 461 crowd saw a clear penalty decision turned down as Brandy went down in the box. Whatever frustration he felt was soon forgotten as Febian scored a cracking solo goal two minutes later. Receiving the ball from Dudgeon on the edge of the area, he spun past one defender, burst in between another two and slotted the ball under the keeper to give United a deserved lead. On the half hour mark, Gill came on to replace Stewart and went to outside left with Eikrem switching wings.

Then on 33 minutes, Danny Simpson released Magnus on the right and he raced down the wing before knocking a great ball to the far post. Oliver Gill met the ball and headed it back for the on-rushing Matty James to hit it with his left foot. The Sparta keeper made a great save but James scored from the rebound to give United a 2-0 lead.

Brandy and Eikrem were immediately replaced by Ajose and Norwood for the last two minutes. As Brandy was coming off the pitch he was berated in no uncertain terms by Warren Joyce for lashing out at a Sparta defender a few minutes earlier. Brandy received strong words from the referee but no card was shown. If Brandy picked up a booking he would have missed the final, and as our only forward, the coaching staff were not too happy with his impetuosity.

Regardless of his 'mad moment', Brandy was easily the Man of the Match, working his socks off and causing the Sparta defence loads of problems.

The game finished 2-0 to the Reds and the final table looked like this:


1. Manchester United - Played 4 Won 3 Drew 1 Lost 0 GF 8 GA 1 Points 10
2. Sparta Rotterdam - Played 4 Won 2 Drew 1 Lost 1 GF 6 GA 3 Points 7
3. Vitesse Arnhem - Played 4 Won 2 Drew 0 Lost 2 GF 3 GA 3 Points 6
4. NEC Nijmegen - Played 4 Won 1 Drew 3 Lost 0 GF 7 GA 2 Points 5
5. BVCB - Played 4 Won 0 Drew 0 Lost 4 GF 1 GA 16 Points 0

It was hard on NEC who were one of the better teams in the tournament, but they, like United were in the toughest groups, and their three draws cost them.

United now face Groningen in the final.

Team against Sparta Rotterdam

1. Heaton
17. Brown
2. Simpson
4. Chester (capt)
5. De Laet
6. Evans
7. Stewart
16. James
10. Eikrem
3. Dudgeon
9. Brandy (wore 20 shirt)

8. Hewson (17) on '23
11. Brady
12. Gill (7) on '30
13. Zieler
14. Norwood (10) on '33
15. Wootton
18. Ajose (20) on '33
19. Buckingham


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And so to the final against Dutch Eredivisie side FC Groningen. Groningen have a a proud history of hosting a youth tournament of their own and Manchester United have competed in the Groningen Youth Tournament on many occasions down the years.

Continuing in our blue and white strip, the game took place on the main grass pitch and Solskjaer probably named his strongest line-up. The back four were 2-5 and Hewson was preferred in the middle with Eikrem outside left in the five man midfield. Brandy was the buttress up front.

The game kicked off at 15.40 and 795 spectators gathered to see the action.

In the first ten minutes we were on top but showed little penetration. The pattern continued until the 24th minute when Groningen had their best chance of the game. One of their forwards broke through the United defence and struck the ball with venom in the box bringing out an outstanding save from Tom Heaton. The Reds then raced down the other end of the pitch with Eikrem feeding Brandy on the edge of the box. Brandy took one touch, shimmied past a defender who brought him down in the area for a definite penalty. Eikrem stepped up and calmly placed the ball in the bottom left hand corner to give United the lead on 25 minutes.

Groningen had lots of possession in the final ten minutes as we started to tire, but our defence held firm. Gill and Wootton were introduced to help keep our goal intact and we ran the clock down to win the tournament at our first attempt.

Both Eikrem and Stewart had good games and, along with Febian Brandy, were our players of the tournament.


So, after nearly three hours of action, James Chester lifted the tournament trophy at the presentation ceremony.

Team against FC Groningen

1. Heaton
2. Simpson
3. Dudgeon
4. Chester (capt)
5. De Laet
6. Evans
7. Stewart
8. Hewson
16 James
10 Eikrem
20. Brandy

11. Brady
12. Gill (8) on '34
13. Zieler
14. Norwood (7) on '26
15. Wootton (20) on '30
17. Brown
18. Ajose
19. Buckingham


So we leave Holland on a high note and travel to Belgium where the players can enjoy a day of rest before facing RSC Antwerp on Monday night. The tournament has been a great success with everyone delighted that such a prestigious club as United participated. Jan Reuwijk of the organising committee is hopeful that we will make this a regular occurrence in the years to come.

NB : Ian Buckingham adalah kit manager untuk team reserves yang ikut dimainkan di tournament ini

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