October 20th, 2009

Stevie & Xabi; Love

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Sami & Xabi; <__<

Fury deny Fowler exit

North Queensland Fury owner Don Matheson is adamant Robbie Fowler will honour his two-year contract with the A-League club, insisting the former Liverpool striker would only leave "over my dead body".

Rumours in Australia have suggested Fury's marquee striker has fallen out with head coach Ian Ferguson and could be looking to leave the club.

But Matheson stressed their [sic] was no rift between the two and is confident Fowler remains very much a part of the club's long-term plans.

"He's leaving over my dead body and I own and run the club, so that's where that all finishes," he told The World Game.

"Robbie's an outstanding lad and a great footballer, probably the best thing that has happened to the A-League to date.

"I'm sure the coach has his expectations and they'll work through that. If I thought there was an issue I'd deal with it in a flash."

...Uh, say what now? Oof, who wishes he would just retire...
darcy doesn;t sparkle

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Iker Casillas, the Spain and Real Madrid goalkeeper, said today that if Spain wins the World Cup in South Africa he will retire and say "see you later".

In an interview on national radio, Spain's number one goalie admitted that he would love to do the 'double' (win the cup and the Champion's League). "I am desperate to win the Cup," he commented, "If we then win the World Cup too, I'd retire with a 'see you later'" he added.

Casillas admitted that he was "green with envy" at Barcelona's 'triple' last season. "Every time I saw Puyol lift another cup, I couldn't bear it," he went on.

He said that this season's Real Madrid squad was high on confidence, believing in every match that "even if they score one against us, we'll score two".

"I would love to win the Champions League on home soil, although in all honesty, just winning it at all would be great, regardless of where it was'" he commented. He admitted that he had dreamt of winning something with the national squad, and was thrilled to win Euro 2008. "Now I want the World Cup," he said, "but we know it won't be easy."


Xabi |Eso es una barba|

more from his interview, suck it uup

Unexpected turn of events: secrets are revealed, lives are changed, tears are spilled.

Iker Casillas makes a shocking revelation in an interview:

"I don't, I don't have a girlfriend. I only want people to see if I save goals the right way or the wrong way, if I kick it nicely or if I don't, not if I do or do not have a girlfriend... Besides, I have a boyfriend!"

"Everyone is free to do what they want. [Even though] you haven't seen them [gays in football], of course there are, but they are like meigas [magical girls, meaning you can't see them]"

Ok, so he believes in magic.


Jamie Carragher is in no doubt Liverpool will come through their dip in form sooner rather than later - and the defender believes they now have the perfect fixture to turn their season around.
The Reds conceded two late goals to lose 2-1 to Lyon in the Champions League - and now go into this weekend's clash with Manchester United having lost four on the spin.

However, Carra thinks the visit of our north-west rivals on Sunday could be the catalyst for a return to form.

"We're going through a tough patch but we've been through them before and we'll bounce back, there's no doubt about that," said the vice-captain.

"We always bounce back because we've got a lot of fight and character.

"It's always a great game. That could be the game we need - if we win it will give everyone a massive lift."

Liverpool have collected three points from three in the Champions League group stages and have work to do to catch Fiorentina on six points and Lyon on nine.

Carra added: "It's massively disappointing for us and it gives us a lot to do.

"They caught us on the counter attack for the second goal. We would have been disappointed not to win but to lose that late in the game is even more so.

"You never know how results are going to go, so you've just got to look after yourself and try to win every game - and that's something we're looking to do now."

Hope he's right.
Sorry to Barca fans too, what a shitty night :|

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darcy doesn;t sparkle


Post ur pics of your fave moments in the Champions League since the beginning of time now plz :)
We accept all supporters of all teams, even if your team doesn't play in the CL, post your greatest victory. I think the majority of us need a morale boost right now...

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I personally will always love this moment from last year: