March 12th, 2010

Freddie eeeeeh!

Teaser/trailer for 'Themba' movie with Jens Lehmann

A teaser for the movie Themba is out. Football goalie Jens Lehmann plays a little part as a football coach and talent scout of Ajax Capetown. You can read a detailed synopsis here (it contains SPOILERS en masse!) and watch the teaser here. Please note that this is not a real trailer but more like a synopsis in video form so again, lots of spoilers. The movie had its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival a couple of weeks ago and is supposed to open at the end of May in Southafrica, Germany and probably the rest of Europe since the international rights are already sold. Dunno about the US.


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"the dale winton" is speaking

Phil Brown apologizes for Nick Barmby - Jimmy Bullard row

Hull boss Phil Brown has apologised for an apparent altercation between team-mates Jimmy Bullard and Nicky Barmby.

The pair were reportedly involved in a fracas by the Humber Bridge on the day after Sunday's 5-1 defeat at Everton.

The row was apparently witnessed by a large party from the Women's Institute and Brown said: "I'd like to apologise to them, the incident was unsavoury. I'm not condoning that kind of behaviour but it's an emotive game, it's a passionate game.

Hull are currently one place off the bottom in the Premier League having lost their last three matches.

Barmby and Bullard had to be separated by other Hull players during the supposedly light training session and the whole saga was witnessed by around 50 startled onlookers from the WI.

Brown insists the row has been dealt with internally and added: "It happens on the training ground on a regular basis, under the control of the club, but it seems to have got out this time.

"The players have settled their differences now, it was back to normal on Tuesday and they are getting on with the job in hand which is obviously the challenge of 10 games in the Premier League.

"Emotions do run high and certainly then the pressure is cranked up as we are coming to the business end of the season.

"It's a sign that they care. Nick Barmby has obviously got himself involved with Jimmy Bullard. They are big players where we are concerned and I'm looking forward to the response of the group and of the two players in question."

Bullard, 31, who missed almost one-and-a-half years after suffering a cruciate knee ligament injury playing for Fulham in 2006, has only recently returned to the Hull side following a a knee injury in December.

Barmby, 36, joined his hometown club in 2004 and agreed a one-year extension last summer.

Brown said: "We'll get on with it and deal with it. At the end of the day it has made headlines, because outside of the confines of the training ground we weren't expecting it to be swept under the carpet. We're big boys, we stand by our behaviour and have shaken hands and will get on with it.

"There are no fractures within the squad. This squad is united."
 
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i think they both need to take a chill pill. geez or we'll end up with another 'TEAM BULLARD' 'TEAM BARMBY' had enough of that with terry/bridge!!
Dirk Luis

Polls

Who do you think will win the Premiership

The Mancs
80(25.7%)
Chelsea
80(25.7%)
Arsenal
92(29.6%)
:(
39(12.5%)

Who do you think will finish 4th in the Premiership

City
78(25.2%)
Liverpool
123(39.8%)
Spurs
50(16.2%)
Villa
24(7.8%)
Everton (lmao)
20(6.5%)

Who do you think will win the Champions League

Barca
95(30.5%)
Chelsea
34(10.9%)
Inter
22(7.1%)
The Mancs
55(17.7%)
Lyon
5(1.6%)
Bayern
12(3.9%)
Arsenal
62(19.9%)
Other
7(2.3%)

Who do you think will win the Europa League

Atletico
23(7.4%)
Liverpool
87(28.0%)
Lille
8(2.6%)
Juventus
73(23.5%)
One of the random teams with a boss striker
107(34.4%)
Chelsea/:(, Liverpool (just), Barca, Liverpool. I'm very predictable.

Yes, Lille would have been listed as a random team with a boss striker if they hadn't beaten us.

Marca does it AGAIN!


 

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Cristiano Ronaldo e Higuaín discuten en un partido.
What?!

Real Madrid MARCA does it AGAIN!

Real Madrid players blaming Higuain for CL elimination?

According to reports published in Spain, most of the Real Madrid players are blaming Higuain for their Champions League elimination.
If true, it is really unfair.
How many times have Ronaldo, Kaka and others not passed the ball to Higuain when he’s been in goal scoring position?
It’s happened many times this season.
It is wrong for Higuain to be singled out as a selfish player and be used as a scapegoat for the team’s monumental failure in the Champions League.
Real Madrid’s problems run alot deeper than one player.
Apparently, it is easier for the Madrid players to criticize Higuain than the big star signings Ronaldo and Kaka.
With teammates like that, who needs enemies.