With My @AnindyaNKD in Isty & Anggoro Wedding Party. (at Wisma Haji Boyolali)
“We sat back off them too much in the first half and they had a lot of play around the edge of our box which is not healthy or good to watch. It was unlike us in many ways but we changed it around in the second half and put Danny Welbeck around Xabi Alonso. It made a great difference and the ebb of the game definitely changed. We had a really good start to the second half and, all in all, created a lot of chances with good attacking football at times but we’ve not had the possession we should have. Real won the possession without question but they were at home and it’s a difficult place to come. I’ve got to be pleased. The players dug in and got the result. It takes us back to Old Trafford with a great chance.”
- Sir Alex Ferguson (Champions League 2012/13: Real Madrid 1 - Manchester United 1)
Manchester United Champions League starting XI.
A new illustration of Bobby Charlton of Manchester United and England. Every time I have watched old footage, documentaries and interviews with the player I often wish how I would have loved to have seen him play the game live. Always humble, and a true gentleman of the game, he won everything there is to win in football. I stumbled upon this documentary from the BBC that looked back on his career, and it was then that I thought to myself that he really was a one-off. Skill, elegance and grace, a master of his craft.
2nd goal vs Everton - Robin van Persie
1st goal vs Everton - Ryan Giggs
“I think it’s very important, to know how the Busby Babes played and how successful they were before the air disaster and to know how Sir Matt built another great team. There are so many things that are relevant to us today and we need to carry on their legacy. For example, fans want to see young players coming through and doing well which they do on a regular basis at this club. And both as individuals and as a team, we have to play in the right manner, to excite supporters and get people off their seats. That has got to go on because it’s one of the things that sets this club apart. It’s also a club that never stands still, it always goes forward. Sir Alex keeps producing great teams, just like Sir Matt did, and that will go on throughout the future of this club.”
- Ryan Giggs