April 24th, 2009


more real madrid -getafe drama

we all know what happened with Pepe and  casquero in the game, well, now, there's  a video showing real madrid's marcelo sticking out his tongue and mocking of getafe's player cata diaz which lead to an exchange of words like puto, cagon and concha de tu madre O_O

there's also a picture showing marcelo grabbing his groin in front of cata (in chile that's called a 'pato yañez')

marcelo admited the tongue thing and apollogy, but he said he didn't grab his crotch, that it was just a effect of the picture =/

i don't get it , they won =/



FC Internazionale statement regarding Adriano

MILAN - FC Internazionale announces that the contract with the player Adriano Leite Ribeiro has been terminated by mutual consent, with effect from 1 April 2009.

The documents were registered at the Italian Football League's offices this morning.

Inter thanks Adriano for his 74 goals and the 8 years spent together.

This is so sad, I love Adriano. But at the end of the day his happiness is the most important, and if he didn't have that at Inter, then I sincerely hope that he takes his time and does whatever he needs to be happy, whether it involves football or not.


Excuse Me While I Construct My Noose



Carlo Ancelotti has agreed to become the next manager of Chelsea.

The Italian said ‘Yes’ earlier this week and talks are continuing about the contract he will sign with the Blues.

Starsport revealed earlier this month how owner Roman Abramovich had picked the AC Milan boss because he liked the way he operates at the San Siro.

Ancelloti has been happy to tell owner Silvio Berlusconi which areas of the team he feels need strengthening – and leave the actual choice of players to the politician.

Russian tycoon Abramovich is keen to have more involvement in recruitment and has now persuaded Ancelotti to quit Milan after eight years.

Officially, Ancelotti, 49, is having to maintain he is not leaving the Italian giants as his team bid to secure second place in Serie A.

Starsport also revealed this month how Ancelotti has been having English lessons three times a week. Milan have a ready-made replacement, with former Barcelona boss and Milan favourite Frank Rijkaard set to return after a year out of management.

Earlier this week Guus Hiddink, who will return to Russia full-time in the summer, name-checked Ancelotti when he was asked about fellow Dutchman Rijkaard succeeding him.

“I know Frank but I know Ancelotti and other candidates whose names have appeared,” said Hiddink.

England star Ashley Cole is ready to sign for life at Chelsea with the Blues set to offer the 28-year-old a new deal this summer.

Brought to you by the The Daily Star and the letter C.

Pepe suspended for 10 games, Higuain plays on Sunday

Pepe, diez partidos; Higuaín jugará en Sevilla


El Comité de Competición, reunido hoy, ha decidido sancionar a Pepe con 10 partidos por los incidentes que ocurrieron en el encuentro ante el Getafe. Por otro lado, se ha retirado la tarjeta amarilla que vio Higuaín en dicho encuentro.

El Comité de Competición ha decidido que el futbolista brasileño nacionalizado portugués Pepe deberá ser sancionado con 10 partidos.

Por otro lado, el Comité que preside Alfredo Florez ha estimado el recurso contra la tarjeta amarilla mostrada a Gonzalo Higuaín por, según el acta, “dejarse caer simulando una falta dentro del área", por lo que el argentino no cumplirá ciclo pudiendo jugar en Sevilla al serle retirada la que suponía su quinta amarrilla.


So I translated with google translator, I think it says Higuain's yellow has been overturned, at least I'm hoping it translated that right. That would be great news. Thoughts on Pepe? Too much, too little? I think it fits, it's about what I was expecting.

"Do you think I am happy?" Frank retaliates to radio DJ discussing Elen Rives’ comments

OK ok, its ‘The Sun’ again, but since this is about a radio phone in I don’t doubt the truth in this too much:

FRANK LAMPARD has come out fighting after being accused of letting down his kids - and launched an angry attack on a radio host.

The Chelsea star phoned in to London radio station LBC 97.3 after being alerted by his sister that presenter James O'Brien was talking about his split with ELEN RIVES.

 Source: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showbiz/bizarre/article2394147.ece

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On the anniversary of the death of Lampard’s mother, I have to admit the timing of all this is none too sensitive…

Yet i'm talking about it now... I guess it's good to know both sides to a story

TEVEZ ROUND-UP - aka: excuse to debut new icon

Lalalala, blah blah blah... we've heard the speculation. Is Rooney's baby going to have a scouse or mancunian accent? Will Fernando bleach his niño's hair immediately upon birth to conceal the fact that he is not a natural blonde? How many cold sores will Zlatan have before the end of the season? Is Sergio Ramos going to get another nosejob? Will Carlos Tevez remain at United after his loan runs out?

Apart from surprising his teammates with birthday cake and swollen lips, Tevez has been busy looking through real estate brochures because he might not be living in Manchester for much longer.

Since the arrival of Do-me-hard Berbatov, Carlitos has been seeing less minutes on the pitch. A hardworking, dedicated and talented player like him wants/deserves more playing time.

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Rafa Benitez has been looking to build Liverpool's attack for quite a while. The promising signing of Robbie Keane ended up as a flop and now reports are saying that The Waiter may be "keen on Tevez."

Let's respond to this one with a big "LOL" and move on.

Fergie responds, continues to defend himself, explaining how it's difficult to start Tevez for every game with such talents as goalmachine Berbatov in the squad, but reassures his desire to keep the Argie striker at Old Trafford

"I think he should be here next season, I certainly hope so. Of course we are vulnerable because he is on loan, no question about that. That is our weakness."



Your daily dose of "what the f&*k?"



The NFL has had "substantive talks" with officials in London about holding the Super Bowl in the city, a senior league official has told BBC Sport.

While commissioner Roger Goodell has previously admitted an interest in bringing the game to London, this is the first confirmation of discussions.

"We've spoken on what it would take to host and for us to bring it over," said events vice-president Frank Supovitz. "The city has all the facilities needed, and in great quantity."

Supovitz was talking in New York City where the NFL Draft will take place this weekend.

"We have had very substantive conversations with the city of London. We've got to the point of exploring the bid document," he added.
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Steven Gerrard has been ruled out of Liverpool's crunch encounter with Hull City on Saturday.

The skipper has yet to recover from an adductor injury sustained against Chelsea on April 8 - though he is expected back for next weekend's home game with Newcastle.

Rafa Benitez told Liverpoolfc.tv: "He is not fit and won't be available. I think he will be available next week because he's improving, but this game is too soon.

"The rest of the team is available - we have a full squad."

Victory for Liverpool in the 3pm kick off would see them draw level with league leaders Manchester United, who host Tottenham Hotspur at tea-time.


Damnit :( I thought we would have him tomorrow

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Michael Jackson to be interviewed by Man Utd's Rio Ferdinand


Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand is set to interview Michael Jackson for his lifestyle magazine.

Ferdinand interviewed 50 Cent for the first issue of No. 5, which calls itself "the world's first digital lifestyle magazine".

He has now revealed he is in talks with the King Of Pop to appear in a later issue of the publication.

During an interview with BBC Sport at No. 5's launch party, Ferdinand announced he had just taken a phone call from Jackson, wishing him luck with the magazine.

"I was shaking when I got off the phone. It was a real surprise," Ferdinand explained. "I'm hoping to interview him for a later edition and he's invited me to one of his concerts to come backstage and speak to him about it.

"The first album I ever owned was 'Bad', so that says it all. I got the album when I was living on the Friary estate in Peckham - who'd have thought that one day I might be meeting the guy?"

Ferdinand's delve into music journalism doesn't stop there, mind. No. 5 publishes some unsupported rumours about Blur and Oasis.

"With the Hyde Park gig having sold out in double quick time, Blur have entered the studio and, if they don't kill each other, expect something to hit shelves early July," the magazine boldly declares.

Of staunch Manchester City fan Noel Gallagher's alleged solo album, the magazine states there are "strong rumours of a summer release" now that he and brother Liam appear to have fallen out.

However, the magazine does not offer information about any sources to substantiate the stories.


lol go ahead and suggest what rio should ask mj.