Sir Ferguson was delighted with Manchester United’s Draw Result

The match lines up is:
INTER: Julio César, Maicon, Chivu, Rivas, Santon, Cambiasso, Muntari, Zanetti, Stankovic, Adriano, Ibrahimovic

M. UNITED: Van der Sar, O’Shea, Evans, Ferdinand, Evra, Fletcher, Carrick, Park, Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo, Berbatov

Cristiano Ronaldo and Ryan Giggs almost created an intriguing back at Old Trafford on March 11.
“I hope not score a goal not to bite,” said Ferguson.

“We deserved to win. We showed good composure and maturity. The second stage is at Old Trafford with our record and we have a good chance to win.”

United fielded a defense unknown, Jonny Evans has partnered with Rio Ferdinand and John O’Shea to the right into the last-16 clash at the San Siro.

International efforts are limited to second half of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Esteban Cambiasso and home goalkeeper Julio Cesar, who was the most active of the two men between the posts.
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U.S Stocks Gain its Lowest level

Dow Jones and S & P 500 fell to levels not seen in almost 12 years Monday as investors continue to fear that government efforts to stem the recession will not be enough.

The Dow Jones industrial average (INDU) lost 250 points, or 3.4%, ending at its lowest point since May 7, 1997. The S & P 500 (SPX) index lost 26 points, or 3.5%, ending at its lowest point since April 11, 1997.

The Nasdaq composite (COMP) lost 53 points (3.7%). The index of fuel technology has remained better than the rest of the market so far this year, the closure of the lowest points since November 20, 2008.

“It is fear-based selling,” said Dave Hinnenkamp, CEO of KDV Wealth Management. “The fact that we are playing these minimum number of years he said he did not know where the bottom of this thing is.”

Stocks gained in the morning on reports that the government can increase its participation in Citigroup briefly calmly, as she fears that the troubled bank would be nationalized. But the early advance petered out quickly, as the concerns of recent weeks returned.

“It’s not just that nobody wants to buy now,” said Ron Kiddoo, chief investment officer for Cozad Asset Management. “The skepticism is back,” said Kiddoo. “I think we need to hear some optimistic talk of our leaders and soon.” Read the rest of this entry »

Build Your Own Website

Hey guy, do you think its a hard thing to build a website, the answer is no, I can make you sure about this. First of all I will tell you description of website, website is a collection of web pages, images, videos or other digital assets that is hosted on one or more web servers, usually accessible via the internet. Its content can be anything, your personal life, business, interest, hobby, etc.

There is two vital thing that you must have in order to build a website. First, you must have a domain name, a common network name under which a collection of network devices that are organized, like,, for example. After that, you must find a web hosts service to host you web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server they own for use by their clients as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. is my favorite web hosting company.

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Barbour Clothing, Way of Country

You know what, country living always identical with farm, horse, barn, country music and also country clothing. If we talk about country clothing we also talk about Barbour clothing, why? Its simple, country clothing is Barbour clothing, they are identically one another. It can be use for resist the weather, outside activity, and also for style purpose. Actually Barbour clothing is made to resist the worst of weather. The design, cut and features have evolved over the years each feature and component is there for a reason.

By the way I have information for you guys, I’ve got good sites that sell Barbour clothing with good discount. The discount is up to 50% for the

Barbour, can you imagine that? You can by everything just with its half-price. You can hold it until the promo is end, and after that you sell it to another. Heee…. Just a joke.

Actually, I put my interest to , the navy one. I can,t imagine how superb I am. It’s made from mediumweight Barbour waxed cotton with two large bellows pockets. The pocket can be used for putting some stuff.

Australians Mourning Victims of Wildfire

Whittlesea – Australians Mourning the lives lost in wildfires last week sought comfort at churches Sunday even as Firefighters continued to battle a dozen blazer still burning in the state.

Fire engines raced past the small, 140-year-old Christ Church in Whittlesea while the Archbishop of Melbourne was leading a service, their sirens briefly drowning out a song.

More than 180 people were killed and 1800 when some 400 homes destroyed Blaze – some thought to have been deliberately set – tore across Victoria state on Feb. 7 in Australia’s worst-ever wildfire disaster.
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$37,500 for Madonna Nude Photo

NEW YORK – A nude photo of Madonna, the pop singer, sold for 37,500 US dollar on Thursday afternoon. The transaction was made in a house of Christie’s art auction.
(the photo was cropped)

The photo was originally expected to be between $ 10,000 and $ 15,000, was purchased by more than twice its estimated selling price, a Christie’s spokesperson confirmed. The 13-inch by 8 5/8-inch frame photography was acquired by an anonymous telephone bidder.

Barack Obama Has Defended Economic Stimulus Plan

The Senate was holding a rare session Saturday to discuss a wall-down version of the original $ 900bn (£ 612bn) plan to revive the U.S. economy flag.

Obama praised Senate Democrats and moderate Republicans try to reach the proposed compromise.

The Senate is now expected to vote on the bill early next week.

Senior Democrats, with support from some Republicans, agreed on Friday to support a version of the bill of $ 780bn (£ 528bn), instead of the $ 900bn sought by the president.

Most Senate Republicans said they oppose the bill, however, said much of the spending was unwarranted and would impose a crushing burden of debt on future generations.

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