March 26th, 2010

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Pep Guardiola has posed for the cover of a book that will benefit charity "Payasos sin fronteras" or Clowns without borders and he has also written the prologue for it. The book is called "Relatos del Mundial" and it includes stories about the World Cup written by 37 spanish journalists.

There's more at the source in español. I just thought he looks adorable. I also can't sleep and we haven't had Pep spam in awhile so GO GO GO GO.
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Mancini, Brazillian people, Michael Jackson, Celtic and cya inabit Riera.

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Mancini charged by the FA

Moyes avoids action over Eastlands touchline bust-up

Roberto Mancini has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association following his clash with David Moyes.

The Manchester City boss was involved in an unseemly spat with his Everton counterpart during the closing stages of the Toffees' 2-0 victory at Eastlands on Wednesday night.

Mancini attempted to wrestle the ball from Moyes' grasp on the touchline in a bid to allow his players to take a quick throw-in as they battled, in vain, to get back on terms.

Fourth official Howard Webb had to step in to separate the duo, before referee Peter Walton came over to the sidelines and sent both men to the stands.

The FA have elected to charge Mancini for his actions having studied match official Walton's report into the incident.

Moyes has not been charged, however the FA have written to the Goodison Park boss to remind him of his responsibilities.

Mancini has until 6th April to respond to the charge and a regulatory commission will hear the case by 19th April.

"It was nothing really, and I've no problem with Roberto," Moyes said on Friday.

"He was fine immediately afterwards, he apologised walking down the tunnel, and I have no problem at all with him, you just get along with it."

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Wayne Bridge is on People.com



If Kim Kardashian is dating British soccer player Wayne Bridge, it's news to her.

"Who the hell is Wayne Bridge?" the reality star tweeted Friday after British tabloids linked the pair. "LOL ... Someone please fill me in because I have no clue!"

On Friday, several British tabloids were buzzing with rumors that the Manchester City and England player, 29, met Kardashisn, also 29, while he was on a break in Miami earlier this month. The Sun claimed the Bridge has been texting Kardashian, and their friendship put a "smile on his face."

Kardashian and her longtime off-again, on again boyfriend Reggie Bush are taking a step back from their relationship.

Footballer in an American tabloid

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Ramos and Kun will put their differences aside to sing for Haiti



 

Twenty artists, including Alejandro Sanz, Shakira and Juanes and Spanish actress Paz Vega, have joined Argentinian striker Kun Aguero and Sergio Ramos to sing "Ay Haiti!" A song whose proceeds will benefit the NGO Intermón Oxfam.

The theme promoted by the Spanish producer Carlos Jean Haitian origin, may be purchased from tomorrow in digital stores and their profits will go to projects that this organization tries to mitigate the effects of the earthquake in Haiti.

The song was produced by Carlos Jean and Dnovan and has the support of artists as diverse as the Spanish Bebe, Enrique Iglesias, Marta Sánchez, Belinda and the flamenco singer José Mercé, among others.

"Jean Charles has said, "Ay Haiti!" is a "song of hope" which he composed with the collaboration of the Spanish musicians Alejandro Sanz, Miguel Bose, Bebe, Najwa Nimri, Tow and David Summers.

Read more here (en español)

first spotted on Kickette's twitter