September 4th, 2009

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Manchester United asks fans to help end vile chants aimed at Arsène Wenger

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So what does everyone think? Is it not football without the really nasty chants? Free speech problems? I personally think this is great but am not sure if we'll actually see any change. Like Sir Alex mentioned it's not like any club can say they haven't done things like this in the past and most of the time it's only a small portion of a club's fans ruining the reputation for everyone else.
hamlet prince of batshit crazeh
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It's a world of laughter, a world of tears, it's a world of hopes and a world of fears.

... there's so much that we share, that it's time we're aware, it's a small Real world after all. And Florentino wants you to experience every single one of those emotions, preferably all at once when you find out the latest move in his plan for total world domination:

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Pictures speak so much more eloquently than words. But there are words too, oh yes, there are words. Basically Florentino wants a Real Madrid theme park next, and he wants to go global with it to China and the US. The Spoiler has more, in English.

This man. Is certifiably. Bugshit. Fucking. Crazy. I don't even know if this is appalling or hilarious, I just don't.

sources: [AS] via [The Spoiler] via Twitter.
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I wish ballers didn't age

Transfer banned Chelsea rocked by Michael Ballack's stunning admission: I may retire after World Cup, reveals German.

German captain Michael Ballack has stunned Chelsea by revealing he could retire from football after next year's World Cup - on the day the club was hit with a transfer ban until 2011.

Ballack's £120,000-a-week contract expires next summer and the Blues have failed to open talks with the midfielder on a new deal.

But Chelsea will not want to lose the midfieder now after being banned by FIFA for signing any new players in the next two transfer windows.

The club was found guilty of inducing Gael Kakuta to break his contract with Lens in 2007.

However Ballack, who will be 34 by the time the ban is lifted, insists he will not make a decision on his future until after South Africa in 2010.

The German, who scored against Burnley in Chelsea's 3-0 win at Stamford Bridge last Saturday said: 'I will decide after the 2010 World Cup if I will continue playing or if I will stop. I will continue as long as I enjoy it and still have ambitions in the sport.'


oh god please no, I love this man so much.

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