December 27th, 2008

sergio: king

QUESTIONNNNN

so okay, call me a n00b, but tell me everything you know about the elusive sergio ramo drunk pissing in the street vid. IT IS KILLING ME AND NONE OF MY NORMAL MAD GOOGLING SKILLS ARE GETTING ME ANYWHERE.

all i have found are:


this blurry screencap (the hair and the tacky scorpion shirt prove that it's our beloved)

and this:

link to a page that shows where the video SHOULD be but isn't, but hey, there's another still shot!

oh and also this blog where a girl rants (in spanish, unfort) about sergio in the video after she watched it and about what a piece of crap he is, etcetc idek because google translator sucks sometimes really.

so the question is:

HAS ANYONE EVER FOUND ANYTHING ABOUT THIS? surely to god it was in some spanish newspaper or on some spanish tabloid site or show or SOMETHING. WHY IS THIS SO HARD TO FIND. DID DETECTIVE XABI SCOUR THE INTERNETS AND STEAL ALL THE EVIDENCE?

IT IS KILLING ME.
Lust

Barça + Miami = OTP?

Barcelona to tour US in 2009



FC Barcelona has confirmed that they will be touring the U.S. again in 2009. Barcelona is determined to have a presence in Major League Soccer by 2011, through an ownership stake in the the potential MLS expansion franchise in Miami. Miami FCB would play at Florida International University and benefit from a shared ethos and the extensive resources of the Barcelona sporting family.

MLS Rumors found a story on MLS Espanol that said:
The intention of FC Barcelona's directive is to strongly support this new adventure [of opening a team in Miami]. That is why they will send the first team to the US next summer. The directive's idea is for Guardiola's team to play a friendly game in Miami to promote the franchise they will be about to get. Also, they would play in other US cities to "sell" the Barcelona-Miami project.

There is no news yet on who the other MLS team would be that Barcelona would play. This summer Barcelona played CD Guadalajara of Mexico at Chicago's Soldier Field and the New York Red Bulls.

Assuming that Barcelona will want to play in different cities next year and would not want to travel across the U.S. for one game, likely MLS opponents in the summer will be D.C. United and the New England Revolution.

Sauce

Haha. I had no idea Barça played the NY Red Bulls this summer. Man I can't even type that with a straight face.
vic
  • biznass

srs pregunta...

BECAUSE I'M BEING ALL EMO
I KNOW THIS IS LIKE A MONTH OLD
BUT IT HASN'T BEEN POSTED
HOW MANY OTHER ARSENAL FANS' HEARTS JUST BROKE?


HE LOOKS ALL HAPPY TALKING ABOUT ARSENAL
AND ENGLAND
HIS EYES LIGHT UP AT MENTION OF CESC
HE FEELS BAD FOR GALLAS
HE LOOKS DOWN AND GETS SRS WHEN THE TALKS ABOUT AB MILAN
HE HAS TO SAVE THE QUESTION WHEN THEYRE LIKE "WILL YOU GO BACK TO EPL"
he isnt happy and it breaks my heart and i miss him...

there is no fapmini tag...
vic
  • biznass

AWARDS AWARDS AWARDS

Berbatov voted best Bulgarian footballer, again




SOFIA (SW) - Dimitar Berbatov has been voted best Bulgarian footballer for the third time in a row. The Manchester United player beat Levski Sofia keeper Georgi Petkov and Slavia Sofia midfielder Blagoy Georgiev.

Berbatov, who is only 27 years old and has a whole future ahead of him, has now won the trophy five times and moves into joint first place with Bulgarian legend Hristo Stoichkov.

Berbatov began his career at CSKA Sofia in 1999 and moved to Bayer Leverkusen in January 2001. While not that successful in the Bundesliga during his first months in Germany, he did help to lead Bayer to the Champions League final.

After five years, the forward tried his luck in the Premiership where he joined Tottenham Hotspur. With 27 goals in 70 games, he eventually attracted the interest of Manchester United this summer.

source.

there is no berba tag.



CARLITOS - ALL THE SINGLE LADIES!
  • c0rrine

L’Équipe’s Best XI Soccer Players of 2008



Spain, Manchester United Dominate L’Equipe Best XI Of 2008


Spain and Manchester United were the two big winners of 2008 in terms of major honours and it is of no surprise to see a number of players from those two squads dominate the end-of-year awards season and ‘best of’ lists.

French newspaper L’Equipe was no exception as their group of sports journalist hand-picked their ideal XI for 2008.

Four players were from the UEFA Champions League-winning Red Devils team while three were from the Euro 2008 champions of La Furia Roja. Barcelona had two representatives, and one each from Inter and Liverpool.

The publication’s internet users were also invited to line-up their favourite team and although there were some differences, the key players remained the same.


L’Equipe Journalists’ Best XI: Casillas – Dani Alves, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, Patrice Evra – Lionel Messi, Xavi, Steven Gerrard, Cristiano Ronaldo – Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Fernando Torres



L’Equipe Internet Users’ Best XI: Casillas (17, 963 votes) – Sergio Ramos (17, 828), John Terry (16, 953), Rio Ferdinand (15, 148), Philipp Lahm (19, 526) – Dani Alves (12, 953), Steven Gerrard (28, 418), Kaka (12, 876), Franck Ribery (29, 601) – Lionel Messi (25, 073), Cristiano Ronaldo (26, 728)

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Sources:
http://www.mcalcio.com/l%E2%80%99equipe%E2%80%99s-best-11-soccer-players-of-2008/
http://www.goal.com/en/news/468/internationals/2008/12/27/1029439/spain-manchester-united-dominate-lequipe-best-xi-of-2008
http://soccerlens.com/lequipes-all-star-best-xi-of-2007/5023/