November 14th, 2009

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  • c0rrine

Play-offs DAY ONE!


TEAMS ALREADY QUALIFIED: South Africa, Denmark, England, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Ghana, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Honduras, Mexico, United States, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Korea DPR

TimeHome Away
11:00 ETRussiavSlovenia
13:00 ETGreecevUkraine
15:00 ETIrelandvFrance
15:00 ETPortugalvBosnia-Herzegovina
(my timezone)


TimeHome Away
10:00 ETSlovakiavUnited States
10:00 ETWalesvScotland
12:00 ETEnglandvBrazil
12:30 ETNorthern IrelandvSerbia
14:00 ETDenmarkvSouth Korea
14:45 ETSpainvArgentina
14:50 ETItalyvNetherlands
(my timezone)

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AC and Juve eye up Nani

JUVENTUS and AC Milan are set to battle it out for unhappy Manchester United ace Nani.

Both Italian giants are keeping tabs on the Portugal winger's situation after he launched a scathing attack on manager Alex Ferguson.

Nani, 22, claimed Fergie has mis-managed him.

Juve are keen on a January swoop and could even attempt a loan deal with an option to buy at the end of the season for around £15million.

Boss Ciro Ferrara wants a winger who is versatile and can play on either flank.

Milan are looking at an end-of- season deal for Nani for around the same fee to replace England star David Beckham once his six-month loan from LA Galaxy expires.

Nani has so far failed to live up to expectations at Old Trafford since moving from Sporting Lisbon in June 2007.

the sun

not a reliable source but for the sake of mine and many others sanity please take him.

retro Iker

Iker is dress likeRicardo Zamora, one of the best spanish goalkeepers from all times (the Zamora awards are for him) who played in the 20s-30s.This photoshoot was for, all this as celebration for his 100 games with the spanish NT =)
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Calvin Harris
  • nha_chi

Galaxy v. Dynamo

Two blackouts made the game super long, but so worth it! I was so sweet watching the Galaxy get the Western Conference cup. And Landon at the end of the match, melted my heart, if anyone has a gif of him on his knees at the whistle, I will love you forever!!!

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The Beckham kids were rolling around in the confetti when the trophy was was so cute!

Our section cheered and clapped for Stu as he left, but I don't think he heard us...but I thought that was really classy...

They of course play RSL next Sunday! Wish I could be there...
darcy doesn;t sparkle


Arsenal striker Robin van Persie stretchered off in Italy-Holland friendly

Arsenal striker Robin van Persie picked up an injury within fifteen minutes of the international friendly between Italy and Holland this evening.

Van Persie was stretchered off the field and replaced by AC Milan striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar after falling awkwardly in a challenge with Chiellini. Video of the incident can be seen below.

The severity of the injury has not yet been made clear by Dutch national team officials. Early reports in Holland suggest the Arsenal forward will be flown back to Holland for a scan.

The 26-year-old striker has scored eight goals and provided seven assists in 15 appearances so far this season.



2212: Now then, I cannot confirm this, repeat, cannot confirm this but according to MFBorman on Twitter, Dutch TV are reporting that Robin van Persie will be out for two to three months with torn ankle ligaments.


It looks rly fecking bad guyz...

:( And for a 0:0 draw in a friendly, so. fucking. worth. it. I am so upset rn.


vida is happy & him and jonny discuss fergie's touchline ban.

Vidic happy at United

Defender dismisses move rumours

Nemanja Vidic has rejected rumours linking him with a move away from Manchester United.

The Serbian's long-term future has been the subject of speculation in recent months, with the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan all credited with an interest in his services.

However, Vidic insists he is happy at Old Trafford and is focused on winning more silverware with United.

"I am happy at Manchester United and I am looking forward to winning more trophies and I don't think about leaving," Vidic told Sky Sports News.

Vidic is confident United can enjoy success this season, despite falling five points behind leaders Chelsea in the Premier League following last weekend's defeat at Stamford Bridge.

"Our mentality does not change after a few games, we know what we need to do this year," added Vidic.

"Definitely it will be hard, but I think we have a good squad, a big squad to do well this season."

sky sports

every one of my favorite players have gone to spain so thankyou vidic for breaking this trend.