Messi's skit for Showmatch. It's long, but soo worth it.
"La octava entrena los martes, hijo" "No, gordo, ¿quién sos vos?¿Donde está Guardiola? ¿Donde están los pibes?" LOL, OSCAR WORTHY
Awwee, Leo looks a bit startruck, I love it.
If you didn't die before, you will now. Just check out the wig.
I SEE YOU LEO MAKING FUN OF SAN LORENZO. I still love you. "Aquí hay jugadores geniales y no es por ser necio, pero más que Henry, Samuel Eto'o, Messi.. A mi personalmente me gusta Bergessio" hahahahahahaa. ♥ ♥ Tinelli, why do you make it so hard for me to hate you?
How to attract the ladies like a Liverpool captain
One would imagine that a handsome devil like Steven Gerrard would have to beat the ladies off with a shit-covered stick, but the Liverpool star has revealed that he played the role of a nightclub tail chaser in his youth.
Instead of targeting the top talent and facing the possibility of humiliating rejection, Gerrard says he used to focus his energies on the more aesthetically challenging members of the opposite sex. “Go ugly, avoid the rush,” was the maxim he lived by when single.
Day-glo WAG Alex Curran must be delighted by this sexy admission.
Fernando Torres has been named the Liverpool Echo Merseyside Sports Personality of the Year for the calendar year of 2008.
El Nino succeeeds fellow Spaniard Mikel Arteta of Everton to win this accolade, and regards the award as a great personal honour.
"I know that Mikel won it last year because when I have been to his house I have seen the big trophy in his living room," he said.
"Now I am going to take the trophy to my own house and I hope to be able to win it again in the future because that would mean a lot to me.
"It is a privilege for me to receive this trophy because I know that it is a very important award for the people of this city and for the fans.
"When you look at the list of previous winners it is really special to have my name alongside theirs because everyone knows what people like Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher mean to this club and to this city.
"They have all won it before me so to win such a special award after just two years at Liverpool and to be in the thoughts of many people gives me a really special feeling.
"It is always nice to win awards but the most important prizes of all in football are always team trophies.
"I came to Liverpool to win trophies and going two seasons without winning any is a long time for a club like Liverpool.
"The next one needs to be coming soon because we want to win for ourselves, for the club and for the fans.
"For me the team has improved over the last year and we are much closer to United than we were.
"We managed to get more points than any other Liverpool team since the Premier League began and I don't think there is any question that the team is improving and the club is improving.
"Now hopefully we will be able to keep the good players that we have here and also make some good signings in the summer because that would be fantastic for us."
Torres struck his 50th Liverpool goal against Tottenham on Sunday and admitted it was a great feeling.
"It is not easy to score 50 goals, especially when you are just in your second season at a club so I am very proud that I have done this," he said.
"But it is thanks to my team mates I have done this because they create my chances and support me every week.
"Now I want to keep scoring. I have my first 50 and this makes me really happy but now I want the next 50.
"The main thing for me now is to forget the injuries and then if I can play every game in the next season it will be even better for me."
A Manchester United fan was hospitalized after suffering a stab wound and two were arrested for drunkenness, police said Wednesday, as up to 50,000 United and Barcelona supporters converged on Rome for the Champions League final.
Huge numbers of police patrolled the city, as some 30,000 fans from England and 20,000 from Spain arrived on dozens of charter flights at Rome's airports.
Rome police said that the Manchester United fan was taken to the Santo Spirito hospital after he was stabbed in his thigh in the early hours of Wednesday morning. They did not identify the victim.
The fan reported he had been attacked by four people near his hotel in the Vatican area.
Alcohol has been banned and there are specialist officers from the UK who are there just to spot potential hooliganism but still I think there will be more violence to come :( Also please no "Manchester United fans deserve this" because they don't, no fan does.
one game doesn't take away our accomplishments this season. one game doesn't take away our passion and belief. one game most definately does not define our season.
so incredibly proud of every single one of our players. this season has had so many ups and downs and our players have given us so much to cheer for and so much to believe in. this game doesn't take anything away from all that we've accomplished this season. i know that if someone had offered me the club world cup championship, the carling up, the premier league, getting into the semis of the fa cup and getting into the finals of the champions league, i would have taken it no matter what. we've had players from the academy step up and we have a wonderful future ahead of us. thankyou for the memories united because its been one hell of a season.
i just wish fletcher was able to play because it would have been a whole different game. but we will be back next year to take it, platini! mark my words!
If Rafa ever played FIFA, he would realise how much potential Babel has. But in all seriousness, am I alone in thinking that he needs WAY more of a chance? I really don't see the point of Barry, at all.
Patrice Evra: If Cesc Fabregas Wants To Fight, We Can Do So Off-Field
The Manchester United full-back has blasted the Arsenal midfielder for apparently attempting to injure him during a recent clash at Old Trafford...
Manchester United's Patrice Evra has warned Arsenall's Cesc Fabregas that if it's a fight he is looking for, the French international will only be too happy to oblige.
The left-back is unhappy with a tackle made by the Spanish midfielder during the goalless draw at Old Trafford on May 16.
Evra has accused Fabregas, who picked up a booking for the challenge, of trying to injure him so that he would not be fit to play in Wednesday's Champions League final against Barcelona.
"If it amuses you to hit people, you do boxing, you do teakwondo, whatever you want. But you don't play football," Evra is quoted as saying by The Sun.
"We will see each other again off the pitch and there will not be a referee to give me a red card.
"I was really disappointed. Everyone understood that he wanted to hurt me."
The former Monaco star believes that the 22-year-old took exception to his comments that the Champions League semi-final between the two clubs had been like boys against men after Manchester United won 4-1 on aggregate over the two legs.
"It was because of what I said after the Champions League semi-final: 11 boys against 11 men," Evra added.
"I said it and I thought it. But in this world, as soon as you say what you think then you are seen as arrogant."