October 28th, 2009

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3:45 EST/7:45 GMT - Arsenal v Liverpool
3:45 EST/7:45 GMT - Chelsea v Bolton Wanderers
3:45 EST/7:45 GMT - Manchester City v Scunthorpe United




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3:00 EST/8:00 CET - Alcoyano v Valencia
3:00 EST/8:00 CET - Celta Vigo v Tenerife
3:00 EST/8:00 CET - Getafe v Espanyol
3:00 EST/8:00 CET - Hercules v Almeria
3:00 EST/8:00 CET - Murcia v Deportivo La Coruña
3:00 EST/8:00 CET - Rayo Vallecano v Athletic Bilbao
3:00 EST/8:00 CET - Real Zaragoza v M·laga
3:00 EST/8:00 CET - Xerez v Osasuna in
5:00 EST/10:00 CET - Cultural Leonesa v Barcelona


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  • teenny

Watching soccer makes you smart


“Americans” are notoriously ignorant when it comes to world geography………and time zones……and culture…….actually anything else that does not have to do with the U.S (that has happened in the last 15 years). The BRILLIANT FOLKS OVER at EPL TALK 4 reasons why U.S. footie fans are smarter than the average USofA citizen.

  1. Time difference wizards. Ask an average American on the street how many hours ahead the United Kingdom is, or what time it is in France, Germany or Italy, and you’ll be met with a look of gaze and puzzlement. Soccer fans, meanwhile, have been trained to become experts on knowing all sorts of differences in time zones around the US and the world.
  2. Smarter in geography. As scholars of world football, American soccer fans are more likely to know the difference between Wales and New South Wales, as well as the knowing the existence of places like Kazan (as in Rubin Kazan) and Andorra.
  3. Better cultured. Ask most Americans to describe how cultures are different in, say, England compared to the United States, and many may find it difficult to go into a lot of detail. Thanks to the popularity of the Premier League, most American soccer fans will be able to talk intelligently about different cities in the country as well as which areas of the country are more economically depressed, and so on.
  4. More fluent with different pronunciations. American soccer fans who routinely watch continental football or the Champions League are a lot more likely to know how to pronounce the names of foreign cities such as Sevilla (as in the Spanish version of Seville), Fiorentina (as in the Italian translation of Florence) and so on.


This is hilarious, and so true.

Direct source

Ronaldo´s new WAG?


While real suffered the ridicule of the century Last night against Alcorcon, and while Paris hilton admits shes behind the voodoo talks shit  (Yes she can't stand it when someone is mean, she wants a man, and not a girl!)
Whatever it's not a surprise, and the media YOU KNOW! >

Cron is focusing on other things.

It's nothing new! I know! But he has been spotted with a new girl while he's in a 'relation' ( 4 months, wow!)  with Fico.
 

Here's the article :

'Although he is apparently still seeing Italian model Raffaella Fico, the Spanish press and Portuguese press are reporting that each other say (so it must be true!) that he's also taken up with Spanish model and reality TV participant Marisa Gomez-Sandoval (pictured above), who has somehow earned the nickname "chica cañón" (canon girl?)

here she is:

marisa1 

She lives in Budapest, but flies to Madrid regularly.  ( when fico is not around,  ofcourse)


ps:  sorry for my English, it's not my native language

source:  stolen from Dirty Tackle and HLN

yoann

Many topics, but I bet you were missing Beckham's BEARD

1. Zizou and Rain



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French soccer star Zinedine Zidane, left, and South Korea's pop star and actor Jung Ji-hoon, also known as Rain, attend the opening ceremony of the watch chain store IWC in Hong Kong Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009.

2. Who was spotted watching NBA mtach?

Soccer player David Beckham watches the season opening game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center.


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3. Abbey Clancy attends the 'This Is It' UK film premiere at the Odeon Leicester



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4. Messi : Dedication Session



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Lionel Messi,Argentinian football player of Barcelona poses during a dedication session on October 27, 2009, at a sponsor shop on the Champs Elysees in Paris. Messi is one of the main favorites for the award Ballon d'Or 2009 to be announced on December 1.


5. Celebrities Attend Spanish Football League Gala



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