November 9th, 2008


A Sunday Morning WTF Moment


Bosingwa wearing surgical gloves over his regular gloves. Yes the pitch had standing water and yes when gloves get wet it defeats the whole purpose of said gloves, but it is still weird. I also think he is the one who started the long sleeve underarmor with a short sleeve shirt trend that bothers me.

mods a whatthefuckery tag please?
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jens not making a germany return

No farewell game for Lehman

Jens Lehmann will not get his farewell game for Germany when they take on England later this month.

The veteran keeper has been told he will not be named in coach Joachim Low's side for the friendly in Berlin.

Lehman, 38, retired from international football after Germany's runner-up finish in Euro 2008.

The Stuttgart stopper had expressed an interest in playing his "farewell match" against England but has been told he will not figure in the German line-up.

The German Football Federation have put a stop to players wanting to have a farewell game which Low says is a rule he abides by.

Sky Sports

fucccccccccck, so that match would have been perfect
jens says: your loss mothafucka, kiss my butt
awooo waka waka espagna
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fernanda would go back to madrid

Torres: I'd return to Atletico
Liverpool striker Fernando Torres has not ruled out the possibility of returning to former club Atletico Madrid and complete some unfinished business, but he insists it will not happen any time soon.

Torres earned legendary status at Atletico during his 12 years there before moving to Liverpool in 2007.

"I don't know if I will retire there, but I would like to go back and finish some things that are left to do," said Torres.

"When I was there I couldn't do any more, but I would like to go back.

"I hope to experience many things still, but for me it is an exceptional club."

He added: "Right now I have no plans to leave England. Not to Spain, not to Italy, not to another English club."

Torres has taken the Premier League by storm since leaving his homeland, scoring 33 goals in all competitions during his first season at Anfield.

That has put him in the running to win the Ballon d'Or as the European player of the year, although he does not believe he has much chance of taking that award.

"No. There is a clear favourite. I think there have been very few years when there has been someone who has done so much to deserve the award as Cristiano Ronaldo did last season," Torres added.


ferfer is clearly a liverpool man now, ok????