April 9th, 2009


How to become a WAG by Nives Celsius

atencion chicas!
Sexy Bundesliga WAG Nives Celsius bagged herself a footballer when she married Karlsruhe star Dino Drpic – and she is now passing on her top tips on how to snare your own top player!

And the hot model's advice for the ladies in her latest BILD column includes sex after a defeat...

Nives Celsius
Football stars – like many other men – are conquerors. But somehow the appetite of a professional footballer is that bit bigger…They are trophy hunters – on and off the pitch! It is therefore hard for women to get one, and even harder to hold onto them.
But don't worry - I am revealing the eight ground rules that every woman should abide by if she wants to get herself a footballer.
1. You have to be young with no baggage – so have not been with one of his colleagues.
It means you are new and undiscovered. It would be best, if I am allowed to write this, if you were still a virgin!
But women who have had two or three serious relationships are still in with a chance.
2. You have to be honest as a WAG – don’t cover up your previous ‘sexual jaunts’ because you and your history will be gossiped about at parties.
It is only a matter of time before the truth reveals itself anyway, so it is better to tell people about the ‘mistakes’ of your past. Present them as big mistakes and the craziness of youth. It is a tough thing to do, but it pays in the long run.
3. Don’t ever give everything away!
If footballers sense that they have fully conquered you and that you don’t have anything new to offer them they look for new, undiscovered ‘territory’. Therefore don’t exaggerate your emotions and let him understand that you could also do better.
4.  Never, never hassle him! Questions like ‘where are you?’ or ‘who are you out with?’ are strictly forbidden.
Sure, footballers are in much demand, but you have to ignore that.
5. Support him in tough situations. Take interest in his game and his problems, and praise his success. Comfort him when things go wrong.
Important tip: Sexual comfort after a defeat is always welcome!
6. Be a ‘whore’ in bed. Sex is extremely important to footballers so always look to spice things up.
If you are boring and act inexperienced he will lose interest quickly and go looking for passion elsewhere.
7. Don’t hassle him with issues such as marriage and children – that will put him off. Professional footballers want to believe that you are honoured to be with them and that getting married to them would fulfil your every dream.
So make them think you don’t care – even if you do – as it will make them interested and want to marry you.
8. Don’t be too modest! You shouldn’t decline expensive gifts and you should let him pay for dates. Accept the presents he gives you. He should prove to you that he thinks about you and your happiness.
But you should also be considerate of him and likewise do good things for him.
You should give him small presents – they don’t have to be expensive. It is just important that you pay him attention.
So, that was it. Now go out and have fun with the stars!
Nives Celsius

if you don't know who she is, she and her husband, Dino Drpic had sex in a football field......




Gallas out for season

Injuries mount up for Gunners

Arsene Wenger has confirmed William Gallas will miss the rest of the season with a medial knee ligament injury.

Gallas was forced off with the problem in the first half of Arsenal's 1-1 draw with Villarreal in their UEFA Champions League quarter-final on Tuesday.

The Frenchman picked up the knock after colliding with Villarreal striker Giuseppe Rossi.

Wenger feared after the match that Gallas had sustained a serious injury and his worst worries have been confirmed, with the centre-back facing several weeks on the sidelines.

Goalkeeper Manuel Almunia also faces a spell out of action after suffering an ankle injury in midweek.

The Spaniard was forced off after he was also, coincidentally, caught by Rossi in the first half.

It means Polish keeper Lukasz Fabianski will have an extended run in the side, starting with this weekend's clash with Wigan.

Full-back Gael Clichy has also been ruled out of the trip to Wigan and the second leg against Villarreal after picking up a back problem in Spain.



A Little Something to Make Us All Feel a Little Better About Ourselves

If you have ever felt like a loser because your day consists of getting up going to school and then coming home and sitting on the internet/watching crap tv/playing FIFA until your hands hurt never fear because some football stars don't have much more going for them either.

Adebayor talks about his Daily Routine

He has a vlog/blog here
Source: The Spoiler

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Fabio Aurelio has issued a defiant rallying call and claims Liverpool's Champions League hopes for this season are far from over despite last night's 3-1 quarter-final first leg defeat at Anfield.
The Reds will go into next Tuesday's decider at Stamford Bridge needing an Istanbul style recovery, and the Brazilian insists everyone will be giving it everything they have got to try and save the tie.

"We are really disappointed, particularly after the good start we made to the game," said Aurelio.

"We scored a good goal and we were controlling the game but after they drew level we started to lose control of the game.

"Dirk (Kuyt) had a good chance when he went one on one but unfortunately he was not able to score and I think if that had gone in it might have changed the game.

"But you have to give credit to Chelsea because they played really well, especially in the second half, and they were more effective.

"After going behind we probably became a little bit desperate to score a goal to give ourselves a better chance for the second leg. We started to give the ball away easily and this meant they could use counter attacks which is one of their strengths.

"We know that it will be really difficult for us now because as last night showed we are playing against a really good team but we will not give up.

"We will fight until the very end because this season has shown that there have been many occasions when we have had setbacks but we have managed to turn things around.

"This means that we have to fight until the very end.

"We know it will be difficult but we want it really badly and we will try everything."


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Liverpool's Steven Gerrard to undergo scan after groin problem against Chelsea

Steven Gerrard will undergo a scan on a persistent groin problem on Thursday amid concerns Liverpool's Champions League quarter-final defeat to Chelsea could have greater repercussions for the remainder of the club's season.

The Liverpool captain complained of a tight groin for the second successive game following Wednesday night's 3-1 defeat although, unlike at Fulham on Saturday, the 28-year-old was able to complete the 90 minutes at Anfield. Gerrard was withdrawn at Craven Cottage as a precaution and did not require a scan, but this latest occurrence has left Liverpool no option but to send the midfielder for an assessment.

Even a brief absence for the midfielder would represent a major setback for Rafael Benítez's team, who have little margin for error in their pursuit of Manchester United in the Premier League and face a daunting return against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next Tuesday. Liverpool host Blackburn Rovers in the early kick-off this Saturday at Anfield and also entertain Arsenal on Tuesday 21 April.

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Bayern Munich's 'night of shame' at Barca leaves Jurgen Klinsmann facing sack

Bayern Munich's humilating 4-0 Champions League defeat at Barcelona has left manager Jurgen Klinsmann on the verge of the sack, following a furious German press reaction.

"Klinsi close to the exit door," says the headline in Bild, which describes last night's Nou Camp thrashing as "a night of shame at which Klinsmann was a powerless spectator".

The paper adds: "If the directors don't fire him straight away it's obvious that his job will be on the line for each league game."

Bayern president Franz Beckenbauer has condemned the club's rout as the worst moment in their history.

All four goals were conceded in the first half of the quarter-final first leg tie, leaving them virtually eliminated from the tournament. The defeat comes on the back of a 5-1 German league defeat against Wolfsburg last weekend.

"What I saw in the first half was without doubt the worst football in the history of Bayern Munich," said Beckenbauer.

"It was a demonstration, almost a humiliation. Barcelona gave us a lesson in football."

Club chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said: "The question to know is whether to be angry or sad at what took place. It was undoubtedly an enormous humilation which was hard for everyone.

"In the first half we were given a lesson in football, we were like rabbits up against a snake."

Bild are even running a poll asking whether Klinsmann should be sacked immediately.

As expected, the Spanish have been gushing in their praise for Pep Guardiola's Barca.

El Mundo Deportivo says: "With suffocating pressure and a lethal punch, Bayern have been all but eliminated," while Marca leads with: "Eleven against eleven, Barcelona trampled Bayern with a heavenly spectacle from Europe's best team.

"The 'Pep Team' has imposed its law and offered a warning to all rivals: Make way for the Supreme Being."

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Not a Liverpool or Bayern post :)

Arsenal signs another bb, and he's English omg!

Not the most flattering of pics tbh. 

Arsenal Football Club is delighted to announce that Luke Freeman has signed professional terms with the Club.
Young striker Luke (17), who is an England Youth International, signed in the summer from Gillingham, then of League One, where he made his debut for the Gills’ first team at the age of just 15 years and 233 days, a record for the Kent club.
Luke has already made a big impression at the Club, scoring seven goals from his 15 appearances for Steve Bould’s Under-18s this season. The young forward has also made one substitute appearance for the Reserves this term.
Everyone at the Club is looking forward to Luke’s continued contribution and development with Arsenal in the forthcoming years.

Source: Arsenal.com

The average age of Arsenal's team against Villareal was 23, nice to see Wenger is keeping up his tradition. Hopefully Arsenal will actually play him and he won't just get loaned out or rot on the bench :(
We totally need a tag for bb footballers :) i.e. under the age of 18. 'Barely legal' perhaps?
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United team bus, no?

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Yeah, I love him. I'm so glad he mentioned the away fans. Everyone always goes on about United's supporters being rubbish, but I promise you, there is absolutely NOTHING like being away with United. Wazza's right, best away fans in the land. And I should know. :P

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this is dani alves

he's a right back for fc barcelona

and the brasil national team

here is a link to his official website
on this site, he keeps a blog

this is a screencap of his most recent entry:


my name's Corrine

and i am typing to you from the afterlife