October 29th, 2008


Bojan Interview

So i found this 3 part Bojan interview, however, I have no idea what they are saying. So if anyone would like to translate it, that would be awesome. In the meantime, just watching it and listening are enough.Collapse )

Embed isn't working for me atm, so these are the links

ETA:: gaueko_izar  and soarne  have translated the first two videos in the comments. =]

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Donovan wants move to English Premier League or La Liga

By Simon Lewis PA SportsTicker Contributing Writer

CARSON, California (Ticker) - Los Angeles Galaxy striker Landon Donovan wants a move to the English Premiership or Spain’s La Liga in the January transfer window.

The United States’ all-time leading goal scorer may have played his last game for the Galaxy in the 2-2 home draw with FC Dallas at the Home Depot Center on Sunday, during which he scored a game-tying penalty, his 20th goal in 24 games this season, to win the MLS’ golden boot for 2008.

Donovan, 26, who had an unsuccessful stint at Bayer Leverkusen before signing for Los Angeles in 2005, believes his future lies in England or Spain and has already been in contact with Bayern Munich boss Jurgen Klinsmann about a move to the German Bundesliga.

“I’d love to play in the Premiership, I think that would be incredible,” Donovan said following the Galaxy’s final game of the season. “I’d love to play in Spain. Whether that happens I don’t know but I think where my qualities are best would be in a team that plays. I’m not going to go and battle John Terry and expect to win but if I can get on a team that plays good soccer I think I could help.”

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So what do you think bbs? Where should he go? Or should he stay?




Ade: I Love Bendtner Too Much, Now We'll Destroy Spurs

Emmanuel Adebayor is ready to avenge Arsenal's Carling Cup humbling at the hands of Tottenham last season and has lifted the lid on his falling out with Nicklas Bendtner during the infamous encounter...

Spurs secured their place in the Carling Cup final by beating Arsenal 6-2 on aggregate last term. At that point, it looked as though the Juande Ramos era was going to be long and prosperous and the Lilywhites went on to beat Chelsea in the Wembley final.

Emmanuel Adebayor was on the losing team as Arsenal imploded, going down 5-1. Ade turned on striking partner Nicklas Bendtner, not for the first time during the season, before Bendtner had a heated exchange with captain William Gallas late on.

Now, as the Gunners prepare to take on a Spurs side who've just sacked Ramos and replaced him with Harry Redknapp, the Togolese hitman has spoken about the fateful second leg encounter in January.

Spurs' rare North London derby triumph was promptly pressed onto DVD and Ade now wants Arsenal to beat their bitter rivals so convincingly at the Emirates that he can pre-order a new, more appealing DVD at full-time.

"My last memory of Tottenham was very bad and I’m looking to change that and give them something special.

"Bendtner? We work every single morning together and who can say they never fell out with their girlfriend or wife? These things are natural. If you love someone too much, you fall out with that person.

"It was very difficult to take overall."

Remembering the feeling of desolation after the trouncing, he continued: "After the game, their fans were singing and dancing outside...they were so happy.

"If it was 2-1 you could have said they had luck, but they won 5-1 - there’s no luck there. They deserved to win because they played quite good football.

"Now we have a chance to take our revenge. We hope the result is the reverse and we can put [a DVD] in the Arsenal shop on Friday."

I wasn't going to post this because its from Goal.com, but in the end I couldn't resist because it is too funny.
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There's An Awards Bias Towards Strikers

Manchester United stopper Rio Ferdinand has insisted that attack-minded players are more likely to be recognised with the top awards

Ballon d'Or winners in the modern era are generally exciting attacking midfielders or prolific strikers, with 2006 winner Fabio Cannavaro the exception to the rule in recent times.

It's something Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has noticed keenly. He was delighted to be named in the FIFPro World XI this week, but has been omitted from the 30-strong shortlist for the Ballon d'Or.

On that list, which has been cut from 50 for this year, attacking talents are definitely favoured, and even defensive pair Sergio Ramos and Pepe of Real Madrid are two players keen to get forward whenever possible.

Thus, Ferdinand concedes that, until he converts to attacking football, he's not getting his hands on the Golden Ball.

"Everyone wants to be a striker," Ferdinand admitted, "It is the most glorified position in the game and fans just love to see people score goals - me included.

"As defenders we know our worth; we don't need to shout it from the rooftops.

"We have no gripes with the people who score goals getting the adulation. It is the hardest part of the game."

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In Memoriam: 1998-2008




Miss Kate "Agnes" Yang-Nikodym of Toronto, Ontario, has passed away in her home this evening.
Early reports suggest that heart failure and an inability to breathe are likely responsible for the unfortunate death of this vibrant young woman.
Those whose lives Ms. Kate touched are invited to funeral proceedings, to be held this Saturday, November 1, 2008.



Suggestions for tomorrow's THIGH OFF, please, thank you, besarte mucho.


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