Limos in the North West

There are some superb limos to be found in the North West. On a par with limousine hire London is limousine hire Manchester with some of the finest Hummer H2 limos to be found anywhere in the UK. This includes the silver triple axle Hummer H2 limousine, an amazing yellow triple axle Hummer H2 called the Humbee and the silver Hummerzine which is the tallest Hummer H2 limousine in the UK. Manchester is also home to the awesome Ferrari F1 360 limousine, an amazing 6 seater limousine that is officially the fastest limousine in the world as well as the only pink Chrysler C300 Baby Bentley limousine in the whole of the UK. The fantastic Audi Q7 limousine and Range Rover Sport limousine can also be hired in the North West along with the BMW X5 limousine and a quality selection of stretch Lincoln Town Cars.

There are also some of the best fire engine limos to be found in the UK mainly in Manchester and Liverpool and probably the greatest collection of Jeep Expedition limos to be found anywhere. All are brand new and available in black, white, pink and silver and kitted out with the latest mod cons and gadgets such as DVD players, Flat Screen TV's and Surround Sound Systems.

The North West comprises five counties namely Cumbria, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Cheshire. Major towns and cities in the North West include Chester, Crewe, Macclesfield and Warrington (Cheshire), Barrow-in-Furness and Carlisle (Cumbria), Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Salford, Stockport and Wigan (Greater Manchester), Blackburn , Blackpool, Burnley and Lancaster (Lancashire) and Liverpool, St Helens and Wirral (Merseyside).

Limousine hire in the North West covers all these areas and more and can be rented for any occasion or event. This includes hen nights, stag nights, school proms, weddings, corporate events, airport transfers, birthdays, race days, shopping sprees, anniversaries or maybe just a night out on the town. In fact stretch limos in the North West can be used for practically any occasion.

It is always a good idea to book your limousine early, in fact the earlier the better. This is particularly true for key dates such as weddings and school proms as these events are the most popular for limousine hire. By booking early not only will you avoid disappointment and hire the limousine you want but you may also get a very competitive price. This is because limousine companies are always keen to rent their limos out rather than have them sitting in the depot and there is no way of knowing how busy a particular day is likely to be. You will find that as that date approaches and demand increases the cost of the rental will increase considerably, in some case as high as 50 percent. Another way to keep limousine hire prices down is to rent midweek, again demand is the key. The most popular days of the week for limousine hire are Fridays and Saturdays. Therefore by booking on a less popular day such as a Sunday prices are likely to be much lower.

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Asian Handicap Explained

One of the unique things about football betting, at least in the past, is that you could bet on three different results. There is the obvious decision on which team will win, then you could even get odds on a tie. That made betting on the sport very difficult, especially when dealing with two teams that were essentially even. These days, there is a much easier way to bet on the sport, though. Through the Asian Handicap system, you can make a bet on essentially the goal spread of the game without having to worry at all about the possibility of a tie.

So how does this work? What it essentially does is assign a point spread the game. Instead of betting on Liverpool at -250 to win the game, you might have to bet Liverpool -1.5 goals. This means that Liverpool would be giving up one and a half goals to an opponent, who is obviously inferior in this setting. Why would people want to bet this way? It is nice because you can get pretty close to even money on your bet when you play an Asian Handicap, having to pay only the vig to the sports book, as they have to take some cut from your winnings.

The goal spread is not limited to just this one number, though. It is different from many sports (like hockey), in that the goal spread can change depending upon which teams are playing. You might see one side giving up 3.5 goals on an Asian Handicap if they are in a completely different talent class than the team they are playing. When you bet on these lines, it is important to understand not only a team’s ability and desire to win the game, but also its ability to score many goals in order to cover the number.

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Why a Minibus Hire Is a Good Idea

If you find yourself in Manchester, regardless of what may have initially brought you here, you have landed yourself in a city filled with attractions and places you will kick yourself for if you do not make an attempt to go and see some of it. You may have come with a group of people, such as some friends or some family, or maybe on a group of employees on a corporate business trip.

Whatever the case may be, the point is you and your companions have come to Manchester, and it would be a shame to not see some of the sites. Whether you have come with a small or large group, you may wonder how you will be able to travel as a group with that amount of people. An option much better than dealing with the imminent stresses of public transportation for people who find themselves in this situation is Manchester minibus hire.

With a mini bus hire, you and your group will be able to enjoy the various art galleries, museums, cathedrals, and other attractions that are scattered all throughout the city. Whether you are a small group, or a larger one, minibuses come in sizes ranging from the eight-seater to the twenty four-seater, to accommodate for a wide variety of situations in which the need for a certain number of seats is necessary. If you have to decided to go with this option, all you need to do now is sit back and relax, and take in the sights of the city.

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Man United, The Birth of a Star

Marcus Rashford: Who Is He, Where Did He Come from, and What Does His Presence Mean for Manchester United’s Future?

There’s an outside chance that Manchester United could still finish in the top three in the 2015/16 Premier League. Who knows, the football club could even collect some silverware this season, with both the FA Cup and the Europa League still up for grabs.

Still, by most metrics, the 2015/16 season has not been a terrific one for Man United. The Red Devils have failed to return to their previous heights of Premier League dominance, even with last season’s champions (Chelsea FC) flaming out of the title race early on. Rumors about Louis van Gaal exiting the job of manager-either by way of sacking or resignation-have also been commonplace this season. Even Adidas, United’s kit manufacturer, acknowledged how boring the team’s soccer squad has looked out on the field this season.

The Birth of a Star?

Regardless of these factors, though, there have still been a few bright spots in Manchester’s 2015/16 campaign. One of the brightest of these came in a February 25th home match against Denmark’s FC Midtjylland. The game, which functioned as the second leg of the Europa League’s round of 32, was a make-or-break moment for the Red Devils. They’d lost to Midtjylland 1-2 in the first leg and needed a clean win to push their way into the round of 16.

Rather than just skating through with a 1-0 win, though-which would have earned United a win in the round of 32 based on away goals-the Red Devils completely dominated the Danish football club. After falling behind 0-1 at the 27-minute mark, things looked dire for a moment Manchester. However, the former English champions got a reprieve when Midtjylland conceded an own goal just five minutes later and went on to play arguably the best 30 minutes of soccer they’ve played all season in the second half.

Man United scored four goals in the closing half hour of the match to win a decisive victory and put themselves in the next round of the knockout stage. Even more remarkably, the hero of the match was a complete unknown: 18-year-old forward Marcus Rashford. Rashford scored two goals in quick success to put the Red Devils up 3-1 over Midtjylland. Ander Herrara and Memphis Depay then followed with goals of their own, to turn United’s win into a bonafide season highlight. Talk about a turnaround.

The Story Behind Rashford’s Big Debut

Up until that February 25th Europa League fixture, Rashford had never featured in a senior football match before. Now, he’s one of United’s biggest up-and-coming stars. Could the youngster be United’s best chance of salvaging the soccer season?

To understand just what Rashford could mean to the Red Devils going forward-both in the final act of the 2015/16 and in the years to come-we have to look at how the 18-year-old attacker got his big break in the first place.

For most of the season, Rashford has been playing as part of United’s U-19 team. He’s no newcomer to Old Trafford: the 18-year-old has been a part of United’s youth program since 2005. Louis van Gaal even had Rashford as a substitute-on-bench for two Premier League games earlier in the season: a pair of November fixtures against Watford and Leicester City, respectively. Rashford didn’t ultimately see any playing time in either of those games, but a meticulous eye could have seen him as a potential up-and-coming talent from looking at United’s lineups.

Rashford finally made it onto the pitch in United’s February 25th match against Midtjylland because Louis van Gaal had no other choice. Wayne Rooney was out with a knee injury. Anthony Martial was sidelined (at the last minute, no less) with a hamstring injury, after getting hurt in the warm-up. Those two, who have traded off the role of center forward throughout the 2015/16 season, were among about a dozen players who Van Gaal had to leave out of the lineups for both the Midtjylland Europa League match and the following weekend’s Premier League match against Arsenal. In other words, the Dutch manager was running out of players to put on the pitch, and he turned to United’s youth academy for reinforcements.

That decision could have easily been a disastrous one. It could have given Manchester United’s board a reason to sack Louis van Gaal at last. An early elimination from the Europa League or a huge loss in that key EPL game against Arsenal would have been tough for the Red Devils (and, for that matter, their fans) to recover from.

A Record-Breaking Performance

Instead, Van Gaal got lucky. Rashford realized every bit of his potential in the February 25th Midtjylland match, taking up Rooney’s role as center forward and coming away with two goals. The first of those two made Rashford the youngest Manchester United player ever to score in a European competition. The second made him one of the most talked about talents in the world of soccer.

The achievement wasn’t a fluke, either: just three days later, Rashford made his Premier League debut at Old Trafford, taking the center forward position against Arsenal. At the 29-minute mark, Rashford broke the ice and scored the first goal of the match (and the first goal of his Premier League career). He’s the third youngest United player ever to score in an EPL game, after Federico Macheda and Danny Welbeck. Three minutes later, he scored again.

Ironically, Danny Welbeck scored Arsenal’s first goal of the match at the 40-minute mark, but it wasn’t enough. In a competitive match that saw Manchester United trailing in possession time and relying largely on defense, Rashford’s early brace provided the edge the Red Devils needed to grab a win. He even provided the assist that allowed Herrara to bring United’s goal total to three in the second half. He was absolutely, unequivocally, the man of the match.

The Next Chapter

The question now is how Marcus Rashford will fit into Manchester United’s lineup as the football club’s many injured players start coming back into the game. Anthony Martial is expected to make a quick recovery from his relatively minor injury. Rooney’s sideline spell will probably last a bit longer, but when both men are back to full heath, where will that leave Rashford?

With all of the praise that is understandably coming Rashford’s way right now-and with how the youngster saved Man United from almost certain defeat in a pair of key matches-it would be tough to leave him on the bench or send him back to the U-19 squad. With the win against Arsenal and Manchester City showing some pretty glaring weaknesses in the past few weeks, the Red Devils could have a chance to snag a podium position before the season runs out. To get there, though, he’ll need someone who injects excitement and momentum into United’s often dry play style, and Marcus Rashford might just be the best man for the job.

Then again, Marcus is very young, and as Van Gaal has noted, a lot of praise and pressure could easily go to his head. Is this teenager with just two senior starts under his belt really ready to take up the center forward role on a permanent basis? And if he does become a regular part of the lineup, who will get pushed out of the squad? Will it be fellow forward Memphis Depay, who has been something of a disappointment since coming to Old Trafford from PSV Eindhoven? Will it be Anthony Martial, who Louis van Gaal paid so handsomely for last summer? Will it be winger and rising star Jesse Lingard?

Only time will tell what decision Louis van Gaal will make going forward, and frankly, it’s not an enviable one. Still, we hope we’ll be seeing a lot more of Marcus Rashford on the field during the last few months of the 2015/16 season. The 18-year-old debutante has, quite simply, given Manchester United supporters something to cheer for again.

Do you think Rashford can help turn things around at Manchester United? Could the Red Devils still manage a Champions League qualification and some potential silverware from the FA Cup or the Europa League?

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The English Premier League Promotion and Relegation System

The concept of promotion and relegation in English soccer is a difficult one for most American sports fans to grasp immediately. In major American sport leagues, if for instance the Washington Nationals have an awful year where they only win 40 games, they'll be right back next year playing the likes of the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies. That is not the case in the English soccer 'pyramid', where the different levels of soccer are directly connected through a series of promotions and relegations.

To talk specifically about the English Premier League, at the end of each season the bottom three teams are relegated down to the next tier of English soccer, which is called the Championship. The EPL is a 20-team league, so each team plays the other 19 teams twice. At the end of that 38 game schedule, the teams in places 18, 19 and 20 are automatically sent down to the Championship for the next season. That means a team like Portsmouth, who is likely to be relegated this 2009-2010 season, could go from playing Arsenal, Manchester United, and Chelsea one season to playing Watford, Bristol City and Blackpool the next. That's quite a huge difference and it's one of the main reasons why the relegation battle is often more compelling than the battle for the Premier League Champion. These teams are in some cases fighting for the survival of their club as well, as the Premier League television compensation is vastly superior to that of the Championship.

Promotion from the Championship is quite similar in concept. In the 24-team Championship, each team plays the others twice, and at the end of those 46 games, the top two teams are automatically promoted to the Premier League. Teams in places 3-6 then contest a playoff where the winner is awarded the third promotion place to the Premier League. So it's simply three teams relegated and three teams promoted each season. With some slight variation, this type of promotion and relegation exists throughout the entire English soccer pyramid, many levels below the Premier League. It really adds to the allure of the sport that a team can literally rise from a local club to one day play against Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Premier League.

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Go Digital and Groovy … and Save Trees!

Have you inherited your Dad's trading card collection – ie. pieces of printed cardboard that come with a piece of gum that looks like it tastes like cardboard too? Well today's trading cards have evolved to include, wait for it … (cue bells and whistles), holograms and foil ..! Wow, riveting isn't it. And the corporates complain that there has been a decline in demand ..?
So if you are a groovy member of Generation Y who cares about your sports, are used to being stimulated on all levels and demand decent, multi-dimensional content, (ie. You like your MTV, Game Boy, PS2, music and video etc ), then you need to Get Serious about your trading cards – literally!
Serious are the ever so clever and extremely contemporary people behind CD and DVD Trading Cardz TM – the hip, digital descendents of your dad's deforestating and now dust- collecting baseball cards! Stick a paper card into your PC / Mac / PS2 / XBOX and what happens ..? Diddly squat, that's what, except that you get a bill for repairs. Stick one of the Serious cardz into your hardware and immediately welcome to stacks of interactive content all about your favorite sportsmen, that includes full screen action videos, bios, stats, photos, music, downloadables, trivia, games, email postcardz … you name it! With over 60 officially licensed cardz to collect in the debut releases for both the NFL and NBA and additional cardz promised throughout the season, what is there to wait for? News about the cardz is spreading like wildfire right now and they are hot among celebrities too, with Dick Stockton no less doing voiceovers on the NBA collection!
Coming soon – Manchester United DVD Trading Cardz – so get in touch with your inner Red Devil … and 2 billion other Northern Souls that make up Man U's worldwide TV audience!
So welcome, come and join the express train of shiny, happy people and get yourself a shiny new Cardz collection!

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Sammy McIlroy – The Young Veteran

Five Manchester United players featured in the Northern Ireland starting line-up for six matches in the late 1970s: Tommy Jackson, David McCreery, Chris McGrathand, Sammy McIlroy, and Jimmy Nicholl. Former Manchester United favourites Trevor Anderson and George Best also featured.

Samuel McIlroy was born 2 August 1954 in the much troubled city of Belfast in Northern Ireland. Being brought up in the very heart of Protestant East Belfast, he was steeped from an early age in a marinade of politics and religion. Nonetheless, East Belfast has produced a great number of immensely talented Manchester United players up through the years including household names such as George Best, Eric McMordie, David McCreery, and Norman Whiteside. After being discovered by famous United scout Bob Bishop while still a schoolboy player, McIlroy was advised by his family to seek his footballing fortune in the calmer climes of Lancashire as Northern Ireland was tottering on the brink of Civil War.

The last youth player to be signed by legendary Manchester United manager Sir Matt Busby, Sammy McIlroy arrived in Manchester as a modest, fresh faced 14 year old in the summer of 1969. Finding the net on his United debut against fierce rivals Manchester City in November 1971, the gifted youngster quickly became a massive hit with the Old Trafford faithful. Eventually establishing himself in the Manchester United first team during the 1974-75 season, McIlroy proceeded to make a total of 391 appearances for the Reds. The young veteran also played an important part in United’s nothing but fantastic revival under Tommy Docherty in the mid 1970s, winning the Second Division title with the Reds in 1975 and the FA Cup two years later.

Finally deciding to leave Manchester United at the end of the 1981-82 season, Sammy McIlroy went on to appear for Stoke City, Manchester City, Bury, Preston North End, and Northwich Victoria. The hard working Ulsterman also had an extraordinary international career, gaining a total of 88 caps for his beloved Northern Ireland between 1972 and 1987.

«The Protestant people in Northern Ireland were used and abused by the British. How could you have working class people living in poverty voting Tory? You looked at two working class people shooting each other and you asked how was that possible. It was divide and conquer, the British trait from the year dot.»

Paddy Crerand quote.

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