McLaren’s Jenson Button is aiming to win all six remaining races this season – despite conceding his fight for the title is now over. The 2009 champion is 117 points behind Red Bull’s championship leader Sebastian Vettel with 150 up for grabs. Asked if the title had now gone, Button said: “There’s no chance. It won’t change anything though.
“You still want to win every race. That doesn’t suddenly change because there’s no championship to win.”
While reflecting on his second place in Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix, Button joined Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber of Red Bull in agreeing they are now fighting for second place in the championship. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton, who is fifth in the standings, is the only challenger yet to concede the title to defending champion Vettel.
Mcilroy will now be aiming big, after his win in the US open he now feels that conquering the worl is the best thing to do. Mcilroy had a nervy shake in the european open after having to concede the round after damaging his arm after striking a tree root but now with the Seve trophy coming up he can bring his class into the team after England and Ireland were classed as underdogs.
Rory McIlroy says he is aiming for world number one spot after moving up to third in the latest rankings.
McIlroy was at the Lough Erne Resort in his native Northern Ireland on Monday for the opening day of the Faldo Series youth golf final.
Alan Pardew has today said that any rumours that were going around about Simpson leaving were untrue.
He also said “Danny has a future with the club but he’s going to have his work cut out now because Ryan Taylor is a terrific left back and we also have Santon now so he’s going to have to work hard for his place”
In recent events it has been declared that Fernando Torres has been dropped from the spanish side, the spanish manager has said that until Torres has started scoring for his club he will not be a member of my team. All of this has happend due to Torres only scoring 1 goal(against west ham) in 21 matches for Chelsea after his 50 million pound transfer from liverpool, but Torres has claimed that he will get his scoring touch back, when he doesn’t know but he says it will, but until the goals start flowing there’s no international foorball for Torres.
It has recently been released that England captin Lewis Moody has been ruled out of Englands opener agains Argentina.
The 33 year old has been ruled out of the match due to the fact that he failed to recover from a knee injury, causing a serious blow for England against a confident Argentina
With Hamilton’s falling down into 5th in the championship things aren’t looking good but, Lewis Hamilton will learn from the mistakes he has made this season and become a better driver in the future, according to his McLaren team. The Englishman lost any real hopes of winning this year’s title with a crash at the Belgian Grand Prix two weeks ago, the latest in a string of errors.
“He will reflect on the difficulties he’s had and come back stronger.”
Hamilton is in fifth place in the championship, 113 points behind leader Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull with only 175 still available in the remaining seven races, starting with this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
Andy Murray and Donald Young managed just three games of their fourth-round tie before rain returned to disrupt the US Open. The match had been postponed on Tuesday and delayed for another 90 minutes on Wednesday before the action finally got under way on the Grandstand court. But moments after Young saved a break point to go 2-1 up, the rain came back. In other matches, Rafael Nadal trailed Gilles Muller 3-0 and Andy Roddick led David Ferrer 3-1 when play was halted.
With rain expected all week, the men’s final could take place on the third Monday for the fourth successive year.
Tuesday, 13 September 2011:
Borussia Dortmund v Arsenal
Chelsea v Bayer Leverkusen
Wednesday, 14 September 2011:
Benfica v Man Utd
Man City v Napoli
Tuesday, 27 September 2011
Bayern Munich v Man City
Man Utd v Basle
Wednesday, 28 September 2011
Arsenal v Olympiakos
Valencia v Chelsea
Tuesday, 18 October 2011
Man City v Villarreal
SC Otelul Galati v Man Utd
Wednesday, 19 October 2011
Chelsea v Genk
Marseille v Arsenal
Tuesday, 1 November 2011
Arsenal v Marseille
Genk v Chelsea
Pardew insists he will take tonight’s tie seriously – despite the dual demands it would place on his threadbare squad. Having seen Birmingham lose their Premier League status last season after winning the Carling Cup a few top-flight managers have dismissed the competition, but Pardew is not be one of them.
He said: “I’m trying to see past that, I don’t think the two things went hand in hand – I’m pretty sure there were other factors. But you have to look at our squad and say we are definitely better equipped to attack the two cup competitions.
The new season has now started and there have been 3 games played for all teams, there has been some big wins like Man Utd’s 8-2 win over arsenal and Man City’s 5-1 win over Tottenham. Currently the premier league is out for international break and will resume from next weekend. Also Tottenham have had the worse start to their season in 5 years, with Arsenal also having a terrible start, whilst as recently promoted Norwich and QPR seasons have both started rather well. The upcoming fixtures for the premier leauge are:
Bolton v’s Man Utd:Saturday 10th sep Man City v’s Wigan:Saturday 10th sep Liverpool v’s Stoke:Saturday 10th sep Chelsea v’s Sunderland:Saturday 10th sep Wolves v’s TottenhamSaturday 10th sep Newcastle v’s QPR:Monday 12th sep Aston Villa v’s Everton:Saturday 10th sep Norwich v’s West Brom:Sunday 11th sep Swansea v’s Arsenal:Saturday 10th sep Fulham v’s Blackburn:Sunday 11th sep