April 24th, 2010

Dirk Luis

THE DAY I MET...John Carew :S

Veryyy random, me and my friends were just walking around and WE SAW JOHN CAREW. He put his arm around me which was nice of him but didn't smile. After the picture I was like 'I'm a Liverpool fan, don't score too many goals' and he said 'Sure...:):|'

He was sort of nice about it and mildly happily took pictures with me and my friend. He was pretty boss! Btw is he one of the gay footballers? He was dressed like he might be, maybe that's just his style.
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Yoann press conference - April 22, 2010

I have no idea what he is saying, or what this video is about, or if he even bothered to comb his hair for this press conference, but I can say that Yoann Gourcuff has stubble, is speaking French at the sexiest form it's available in, and that this might have been the greatest 2:11 minutes of my afternoon. I didn't even know this boy was capable of growing facial hair, but then again I was also surprised when I saw he had a penis.

Already shaved though. Diggity dang it!!!!!!!!!!!!

Typical female football fans.

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Franck Ribery giving people heart attacks

This should not be legal. And no, I’m not talking about Ribery’s alleged affair with an underage prostitute, because that already is illegal. Nike decided that having Franck Ribéry scaring people at Sport Münzinger right at the Munich Marienplatz would be a cool, fresh idea. Well, it’s funny to watch, but whoever thought of this was a cruel, cruel man (also a genius). 

What do you think of this advert concept? And who would be your worst nightmare to face for something like this?

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i'm quite sad for him he's the only city player i like

Given out for season

City stopper suffers dislocated shoulder against Gunners

Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given will sit out the remainder of the season after suffering a dislocated shoulder against Arsenal.

The Republic of Ireland international left the pitch in clear discomfort in the second-half after turning Abou Diaby's low drive round the post.

Given had to receive gas on the pitch and was taken to hospital immediately - he will now miss City's crucial fixtures against Aston Villa, Tottenham and West Ham.

Manager Roberto Mancini admitted the injury is a big blow to City's plans to finish in the top four this term and secure a place in next year's UEFA Champions League.

"Shay's injury will be a problem. It's not good for us because Shay is a fantastic goalkeeper," he said.

"He is important to us, but in football you can always get injured.

"Shay is in hospital, but we have ten days and must play three big games."

Faroe Islands keeper Gunnar Nielson came on for Given at the Emirates and could continue between the sticks.

Regular No.2 Stuart Taylor is some way off full-fitness with a knee injury so Nielson could be thrust into the limelight at the business end of the campaign.

Mancini added: "Gunnar came on and did very well. Stuart is still some way off and everyone must be 200 per cent now."

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