July 12th, 2009

Here we go again.

I swear if each week Micha wears a new shirt I could make a weekly editi--



. . . hold on, what's going on there?

I'm seeing a deformed nine. Or perhaps Micha's tribute to Japanese animation.



The likeness is uncanny: look at that power stone on Ajuna's/her forehead.

Although overall, considering last week's offense, I think I'm only going to give this outfit a yellow card. As Micha's attempt to escape from the number 13 is both bold and admirable, he'll just have to accept the consequences of his actions.

And meanwhile back at the ranch. . .



John Terry is still not a cowboy.



SHOW BAD FASHION SENSE THE RED CARD.
awooo waka waka espagna

like fine wine



Galaticos Reunion... sort of



Zinedine Zidane and David Beckham play a twenty minute soccer game with kids at an event with ADIDAS, MLS W.O.R.K.S. and Fieldturf to kick off Footprint Fields Community Program at the Campus El Segundo Athletic Fields. Later that evening they both attended the MLS Superclasico between LA Galaxy and Chivas USA at the Home Depot Stadium. (Article)




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Walcott: I want to win a trophy for the fans

Walcott: I want to win a trophy for the fans

Striker Theo Walcott has promised Arsenal fans that he will do his best to win a trophy for them next season.

The Gunners have not won a trophy since the FA Cup in 2005, and failed to challenge for the league last season, finishing fourth.

Walcott, though, feels the side's experience from the previous campaigns will pay dividends in the forthcoming season.

Speaking to the club's official magazine, Walcott said: "It was a good learning curve for us all, but next year it is all about the trophies.

"Hopefully we have had the years of experience now and can bring something back for the fans.

"For me it was an up-and-down season - you are never really going to have a perfect one, but I am happy that my [shoulder] injury has gone so that I can come back to Arsenal and win things."

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