Monday, April 25, 2011
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Real Madrid met Barcelona for the third time this season, last night. This time it was for the Copa de Rey. The game ended 0 – 0 in regulation time and many fans were looking forward to penalties. Ronaldo, having the extreme height on his jumps, took the lead for his team with a towering header. Now I’d normally go into much more detail for this sort of match, but for two reasons I am not going to. First being that I don’t have a lot of time to write this and second I want to talk about what happened after.
Monday, April 18, 2011
The PFA members have made their decisions and here are their choices for the 2011 Premier League XI:
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Stoke City and Bolton met today for the second semi final of the FA Cup. Stoke scored three goals in the first 30 minutes. They were dominating the match and this only continued into the second half, where Jonathan Walters got a double. Stoke city completely shut out Bolton with the final result being 5-0. It will be interesting to see how Stoke does in the final against Manchester City. Manchester is eager to a new trophy and they are the big guns in this final, but they cannot under estimate Stoke, of it will be a replay of the Carling Cup final, Arsenal v Birmingham City. Arsenal was looking to update their trophy cabinet after six years, but fell 1-2. Manchester City and Stoke meet at Wembley on May 14th.
Saturday, April 16, 2011
TWil and I, sincerely apologize for our lack of posting. We have both been very busy, but we are going to focus on TFIU a lot more, especially with a lot of seasons coming to a close. We have some great ideas for the blog including a new category of posting. We also have a surprise coming for you guys, but I’m going to stay silent until we get it going. Once again, I’d like to apologize and thank you for continuing to read The Flag Is Up. As a thank you, I have written a monster post, updating you on the FA Cup, El Clasico, Copa Del Rey, Premier League, La Liga and Champions League. Enjoy.
Sunday, April 3, 2011
Miguel de las Cuevas has ended Jose Mourinho’s unbeaten home record that has lasted throughout four clubs since 2002. Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid. Real lost to Sporting Gijon yesterday and the Bernabeu, with only one goal for Gijon, that came from Cuevas in the 79th minute. Mourinho’s unbeaten record lasted for 150 home games and 9 years.