February 19th, 2010

JT my bb <3

Move over Yoann..

Cesc Fabregas Struts His Stuff On Naomi Campbell's
 Fashion For Relief Haiti Catwalk

LOL. I saw this on SkySports News and he looked pretty nervous/embarrassed tbh. Aww, he sho cute.

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Armed raiders steal 50,000 new-design England away shirts worth £2million from lorry

Armed raiders have stolen 50,000 new-design England away shirts worth £2million from a lorry.

The terrified driver was kidnapped at gunpoint in the early morning hold-up on an industrial estate.

Four men in balaclavas smashed the cab windows, bundled the trucker into a people carrier and took the whole container-load. The shirts – designed for the World Cup and red like the 1966 kit – were due to go on sale on March 3.

An hour after the robbery, at an Umbro factory in Deeside, North Wales, the driver, 37, was dumped unharmed 50 miles away in Wigan.

He was badly shaken and had to find a police station to tell of his ordeal.

The black Volvo FH12 Sleeper cab he had been in was later found burnt out around 10 miles away. An Umbro spokesman said: “We encourage anyone who is offered suspicious England away shirts to report it to the police. We thank the driver and wish him all the best.”

Gtr Manchester police said: “He told us he’d been kidnapped by four men in balaclavas. He was bundled into a car and abandoned in Lowton near Wigan. He’d no idea where he was. A passer-by helped him to a police station.”

Sgt Craig Turner of North Wales Police, leading the inquiry into Wednesday’s raid, said: “The driver was uninjured but very shocked.

“Deeside Industrial Estate, where the lorry was hijacked, is busy, especially in the morning. We are keen to speak to anyone who saw anything ­suspicious.”

The owner of the truck, Warrington-based firm Ray Stewart Haulage, whose name was on the vehicle in gold and black, said: “We just want anyone with information to come forward. Our thoughts are with the driver now.”


=| gosh.

slow news day huh? why has this not been posted yet.

Ashley Cole surprises house burglars

Thieves who broke into mansion the footballer shares with wife Cheryl believed to have fled after realising that he was at home


Burglars attempted to break into the mansion of Ashley Cole and his pop star wife Cheryl but fled when they realised the footballer was still inside.

The would-be raiders struck in the early hours yesterday at the house in Godalming, Surrey, apparently not expecting anyone to be at home.

The X Factor judge Cheryl flew out to the US after performing at the Brits earlier this week, without her wedding ring.

But Ashley Cole, who faces new newspaper allegations linking him to other women, had decided to stay at home despite recent media attention.

In a statement, Surrey police said: "We can confirm that officers were called to a house in the Godalming area at around 4.30am on Thursday following reports of a break-in. Investigations are ongoing."

It is believed that those responsible attempted to get into the mansion via a window that was either forced or had been left open.

Sources said that Chelsea and England star Cole, who is recovering from a broken ankle, was not alone in the property at the time. It was unclear if the defender made the 999 call himself.

Alerted to the presence of people inside the mansion, the raider or raiders fled the scene before police arrived.


why you should not screw with united fans.......

David Gill security alert:  Anti-Glazer fans turn up the heat on Manchester United chief

The message goes home: The banner protesting supporters held up outside David Gill's house

Manchester United supporters angry at the ownership regime of the Glazer family have brought their ‘green and gold’ protest to the driveway of Old Trafford chief executive David Gill.

Security has been stepped up at the directors’ entrance at Old Trafford on match-days and it is understood that a member of the security firm that looks after United’s stadium spent time outside Gill’s house on Wednesday as a consequence of the supporters’ protest.

United fans have been wearing green and gold scarves and shirts at recent games as a symbol of their dissatisfaction with the Glazers’ debt-ridden stewardship. The colours are a throwback to the strip worn by United’s formative club, Newton Heath.

And on Tuesday, as United were in Milan preparing for their Champions League game, a group of fans carried a green and gold banner to Gill’s home in Cheshire to protest against what they see as Gill’s compliance with the Glazers.

The slogan reads ‘Debt is the Road to Ruin’ and is a reference to a quote from Gill while he was initially opposing the Glazers’ proposed takeover in 2004.

The United chief executive has subsequently claimed it was taken out of context and he recently gave Radio 5 Live an interview on Sportsweek when he tried to explain the way the Glazers work with United and defended their record.

Gill was also involved in a heated confrontation with a fan at Birmingham University last week. The row flared when Gill was approached after a question-and-answer session about football finances and was asked to explain comments six years ago.

It seems he will continue to come under pressure as the protest gathers pace ahead of the Carling Cup final on Sunday week when the majority of United fans are expected to wear green and gold.

Gill will be forever alright as long as Glazer's are paying him stupid amounts of money -.-