May 8th, 2009

  • teenny

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So remember that game were Pepe went batshit crazy and Higuain scored that goal in the dying seconds of the game and even Iker joined the man pile? Well I had pics that I started to post but never finished, so here they are. Enjoy my babies.

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Whose Gonna Come Out on Top?

Mexes Will Decide His Roma Future After The Season – Agent


The agent of the Frenchman has stated that his client will review his situation in a month’s time.

Roma have endured a dreadful season by their loft standards, as injuries, suspensions and inconsistent form have ended their Champions League qualification hopes and left them fighting for a Europa League spot.

It has been reported recently that the club are in massive debt and may need to offload some of their star players in order to mend these problems.

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Palermo’s Kjaer The Ideal Replacement For Mexes At Roma – Report

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The Danish defender has been identified as a potential addition to the Roman squad according to the latest reports.

Palermo’s Simon Kjaer has been one of the top youngsters in the Serie A this season, and as is generally the case, he has been linked with a move to a number of top clubs over the course of the campaign.

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So who would you pick the king of hot messes or the bb viking? Fetus might be the most talked about transfer target who no one really knows who he is. Considering he is in his first season at Palermo and a central defender and has still scored something like 3 goals it's not without cause. He has been linked to a number of Italian teams as well as a couple English ones.

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Xabi Alonso will not travel to Upton Park this weekend after failing to recover from bruising caused by a red-card challenge from Newcastle's Joey Barton last Sunday.
Rafa Benitez is hoping to have his Spanish midfielder back for the following weekend's clash against West Brom.

Meanwhile, Javier Mascherano (twisted ankle) and Fernando Torres (hamstring) are both fit to start against West Ham on Saturday tea-time after recovering from injury.

"Xabi is not fit and cannot play," Benitez told "We think maybe in the next week he will be okay. We had an idea that he could be fit for this game but in the end it was impossible.

"Javier was training and is in the squad, and so is Fernando."

WAS : Keith whaa?

Ferguson still on mission to win every award ever, Arshavin solidifies his bamfness.

Sir Alex Ferguson has been named Barclays Manager of the Month while Andrei Arshavin has won the Player's award.

Ferguson and Manchester United extended their lead at the top of the Barclays Premier League during April, securing four wins out of four and scoring twelve goals along the way.

The Red Devils began the month with a dramatic 3-2 win over Aston Villa, with 17-year-old Federico Macheda scoring a stunning last-gasp winner to see off Martin O'Neill's side. A week later, Macheda was at it again, coming off the bench to score the decider in a 2-1 win over Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.

England duo Wayne Rooney and Michael Carrick gave the defending champions another three points following a dominant display against Portsmouth at Old Trafford.

United ended the month with a stunning comeback against Tottenham Hotspur at the 'Theatre of Dreams'. 2-0 down at the end of the first half, five goals in the space of 22 second half minutes from Ferguson's men secured the win, with Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo both bagging a brace.

The Barclays Manager of the Month award for April is Ferguson's 23rd, and second this season, having also scooped January's award.


Meanwhile, Arsenal's Andrey Arshavin has capped an impressive first few months in English football by winning the Barclays Player of the Month award, after a string of scintillating performances helped the Gunners' to cement their position in the top four of the Barclays Premier League.

In winning the accolade, he becomes only the second-ever Russian recipient, emulating Andrei Kanchelskis's April 1996 achievement.

January transfer window capture Arshavin announced himself to Barclays Premier League fans in style during the frenetic 4-4 draw with Liverpool at Anfield, scoring all four Arsenal goals in an outstanding individual performance.

This followed up an assist and last-minute strike in the 4-1 victory at Wigan and another strong outing in the 2-0 home victory over Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium. Arshavin's superb month was completed as he combined expertly with captain Cesc Fabregas for the Spaniard to net the opening goal in the 2-0 win over Middlesbrough.

The Euro 2008 star, with six Barclays Premier League goals already to his name, is the first Arsenal player to scoop the award since Fabregas himself won the prize in September 2007.

The decision was made by the Barclays Awards Panel, which includes representatives from football's governing bodies, the media and fans.


this is a concacaf post

Jorge Ramos talks with Obama about soccer in the US + the possibility of holding a WC

Maurice Edu talks about the upcomign Celtic/Rangers game and his first season abroad, related article.

Penthouse talks to Juan Pablo Ángel, Greg Lalas, Taylor Twellman, and this guy about the MLS season. (Link is safe, no breasts visible.)

USWNT Roster for games against Japan (5/20 @ 7:30PM CT; 5/23 @ 4PM MT on FSC/FSE)
GOALKEEPERS (3): Nicole Barnhart (FC Gold Pride), Kelsey Davis (Portland), Hope Solo (St. Louis Athletica)
DEFENDERS (7): Brittany Bock (Los Angeles Sol), Rachel Buehler (FC Gold Pride), Lori Chalupny (St. Louis Athletica), Marian Dalmy (Chicago Red Stars), Amy LePeilbet (Boston Breakers), Heather Mitts (Boston Breakers), Christie Rampone (Sky Blue FC)
MIDFIELDERS (7): Shannon Boxx (Los Angeles Sol), Angela Hucles (Boston Breakers), Carli Lloyd (Chicago Red Stars), Christine Nairn (Penn State), Heather O’Reilly (Sky Blue FC), Megan Rapinoe (Chicago Red Stars), Lindsay Tarpley (Chicago Red Stars)
FORWARDS (4): Lauren Cheney (UCLA), Casey Nogueira (North Carolina), Amy Rodriguez (Boston Breakers), Abby Wambach (Washington Freedom)

Mexican clubs treated like swine?: Luis Bueno
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girls behaving badly


Abby Wambach and Kia McNeill received one-game suspensions for their actions in the Washington Freedom - Saint Louis Athletica 3-3 tie on Sunday, May 3
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Knee injuries have impacted women's sports for years, and it is no different in Women's Professional Soccer, as St. Louis Athletica midfielder Daniela was injured in the second half of St. Louis' 3-3 tie with the Freedom on Sunday in Washington.

The injury happened when the Brazilian international was tackled on a hard challenge by Abby Wambach that earned Wambach a yellow card. St. Louis announced Tuesday that Daniela tore two ligaments in her right knee (although it didn't specify which ligaments) and fractured her tibia. She likely will miss the rest of the season.


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Uefa to sanction Arsenal for fans' behaviour at Manchester United game

• Arsenal likely to be fined after Nemanja Vidic hit by bottle
• Uefa will decide on disciplinary procedure at July meeting

Nemanja Vidic was hit by a bottle thrown from the Emirates crowd on Tuesday and Uefa will punish Arsenal accordingly.

A miserable week for Arsenal has taken another turn for the worse after Uefa decided to take action against the club for the behaviour of their supporters during the Champions League tie against Manchester United at the Emirates stadium on Tuesday.

Uefa is likely to fine the club after a number of objects were thrown from the crowd as Sir Alex Ferguson's players celebrated the first of Cristiano Ronaldo's two goals. A plastic drinks bottle struck Nemanja Vidic and, though unhurt, the defender was briefly knocked to the ground.

The referee, Roberto Rosetti, witnessed the flashpoint, quickly ushering the players to a different part of the pitch, and has recommended in his match report that Uefa's control and disciplinary department investigate the matter. The case against Arsenal includes several photographs showing the incident and Uefa will decide how to punish the club at a disciplinary meeting in Switzerland on 23 July.

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I need a break.

My boys haven't forgotten how to smile just yet.

Although, Micha is a still a bit perplexed.

Also-- too physically exhausted to caption these because I took 2 AP tests in a row. . .
and wrote over 16 pages between 8 AM - 5 PM. So you can just look at the pictures or something idk.

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But before that we had to drink our sorrows away. Thanks c0rrine !

it's bsns tiem?

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