September 24th, 2009

awooo waka waka espagna
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ballers need better security systems





Jagielka robbed in his home

Everton defender Phil Jagielka has been robbed of jewelry in his home while he was watching his team play on TV.

Police said on Thursday that Jagielka, who is recovering from knee surgery, was threatened with a knife by three men and forced to hand over jewelry and the keys to his Range Rover. No one was hurt and the car was later found abandoned.

Other footballers who have been in similar incidents over the past few years include: Steven Gerrard, Jerzy Dudek, Daniel Agger, Peter Crouch, Dirk Kuyt, Pepe Reina, Roque Santa Cruz, Darren Fletcher, Federico Macheda, and Florent Sinama-Pongolle.

Sources: 1 2 3

it's a bird it's a plane NO its n'gog!!!
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Let’s Make History Only you and me



Ronaldo and Ibrahimovic made history with their clubs this week! Both scored, becoming the first new signings in history to score in their first four league games with their clubs. They set records that legends such as Figo, Ronaldo (the fat one), Rivaldo, Cruyff, Raul, Di Stefano and Maradona could not accomplish.

So, we've only had 4 rounds of La Liga and we already have idea of what the Pichichi race will look like:

PlayerGoals
Cristiano Ronaldo (MAD)
David Villa (VAL)
Lionel Messi (BAR)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (BAR)
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5
5
4


However the season is still very young and we can't forget about the underdogs! Last season Samuel Eto'o was the clear favourite to grab the title until Diego Forlan trumped him in the last few games. Other goal-scoring threats to look out for include Luis Fabiano, Karim Benzema, Fernando Llorente, Kun Aguero and Kaka.

Ronaldo says that the Pichichi is not important to him, but we all know how ambitious he is ;)


Cuatro have features on their history making goals:

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Sol Campbell quits after one match!



Campbell made his League Two debut for Notts County in Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Morecambe but left the club by mutual consent five days later. Notts County director of football Sven-Goran Eriksson admitted he is disappointed by Sol Campbell's decision to quit the club after just one match.


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Is this a wise move, or does this show a lack of respect to the club and fans?

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