April 28th, 2010

darcy doesn;t sparkle


Alex and Stevie: Not Dunzo

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'He always plans little dinners and if I've been out sometimes with the girls and I'm a little hungover he'll get up with the children for me. He's really thoughtful like that.'

And she revealed they have the same nickname for each other, which they have used since they got together in 2002. She revealed: 'He calls me "pet" and I call him "pet" - we've had that for years, since we met.' 

'I wouldn't mind [the rumours] but we don't even argue.'

Rush laments PFA snub

Ian Rush believes Pepe Reina was a glaring omission from the PFA Barclays Premier League team of the season.

The Reds stopper has enjoyed a superb campaign for Liverpool and is once again in contention for the Golden Glove award.

However, Birmingham City's on-loan 'keeper Joe Hart was named as the topflight's choice for best No.1 this term - a decision that has left Rush stunned.

"Without doubt Pepe should have been in the team," he told Liverpoolfc.tv. "Hart's had a good season but when you watch Pepe Reina play you can see that he is an incredible stopper.

"I can't understand how he doesn't get a game for Spain. Casillas must be one hell of a goalkeeper to keep Reina out.

"He has been fantastic and has really grown in confidence over the years.

"He must have had three or four assists for some of our goals this season and that's one of the main things I like about him. His distribution on the counter attack; it's like having another outfield player.

"There are probably games where Liverpool have gone on to win and Torres or Gerrard have taken the credit, but there are five or six occasions that I can think of where he has made an important save to change a game in our favour.

"I can't understand how he isn't in the PFA team. When you look at Liverpool's player of the year, he's definitely in the top three, if not a worthy winner."

Reina kept another shut-out as Liverpool improved their outside chances of landing fourth place with a 4-0 win at Burnley on Sunday.

Rush feels the emphatic nature of the triumph will give the Reds the perfect lift ahead of crucial matches against Atletico Madrid and Chelsea.

"Any 4-0 win away from home is a good result," he said. "We'd have taken that at the start and I think in the second half the difference in class between the two sides was clear.

"Liverpool created chances and they took them with aplomb. The class of Steven Gerrard was telling in the end and his second goal was fantastic.

"We are expected to win there but it's a great result no matter who you are playing against. It sets it up nicely ahead of a crucial week of matches."

Gracias to lfc.tv

I don't know about you guys but I'm with Rushie on this!

triple the arsha, triple the fun!


1. From ZLOVE
Andrey, has your popularity affected your relationship with your loved ones?
: No, it hasn’t. Why should my Mom or my wife treat me differently? Would Artem and Yana cease to love their father, if he were not a famous person?

2. From prinzess
Can football be considered art?
: It is difficult to compare football with art, although some things are really alike. If you take for example theater and football, one can draw a parallel. In theater as well as in football, people play live, without edits and cuts. Only when we come to see the show, we often know the outcome, as for football, the result of the game is unknown until the end.

3. From 1234Ann
I would like to find out: when I grow up I want to buy a football club, the only thing is I’m a girl. Do you think I’ll manage to become a good coach?
P . S.: Thanks in advance! Wish you good luck !!!!!!!!!!)))))))
: If you have the kind of money that will allow you to buy a football club, then you won’t have to waste your nerves, working as a coach :)

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also... WHAT IS THIS??
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sources: 1, 2, 3

how weird...

On May 2, 2010, for the first time ever, Liverpool FC will play in specially designed shirts with the Carlsberg logo written in Chinese. Leveraging the 18-year collaboration between Liverpool FC and Carlsberg, it will be a perfect opportunity for city of Liverpool to mark the match on that day for the World Expo 2010 which is hosting at its twin city – Shanghai.

Danish brewer Carlsberg, being one of the partners of the Danish Pavilion at the World Expo, are going to deliver this one-off historic “Chinese logo” campaign for all Chinese football fans.

Carlsberg Group Sponsorship Director Keld Strudahl said, “We’re delighted to have been able to bring about this momentous occasion. We believe it’s a nice little gesture to our friends and fans of Liverpool in China where we know Liverpool FC devoted huge support in working things out and we also worked hard with all parties to mark this special occasion for the World Expo.”


Liverpool’s clash with Chelsea will be pivotal in determining the destination of the Premier League title. The game is expected to attract over 750m viewers around the world.

Chinese messages will be displayed during the match on the LED perimeter advertising hoardings around the pitch.
The messages will read (Carlsberg is partner of Danish Pavilion in World Expo – Carlsberg & Liverpool Cheer for World Expo)

The Chinese Carlsberg logo will be only the fifth logo ever printed on a Liverpool shirt. Liverpool’s first sponsor was Hitachi, followed by Crown Paints, Candy and then Carlsberg in 1992.

In the Carlsberg Lounge at Anfield, a Chinese competition winner will present a trophy to the “Man of the Match” after the final whistle. Quotes from both player and competition winner will be available in a future press release.

anyone want to do a photoshop?

This is why you're my favourite hobbit

Wilshere: I would be (in) Cheryl Cole

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, currently on loan at Bolton Wanderers has admitted to Arsenal.com that if he had to be a woman for a day he would pick former Gunner, and current Chelsea star, Ashley Cole’s wife Cheryl Cole. Cheryll and former Arsenal star Ashley are currently on a break after a number of reports linking Ashley with a string of other women.

The young England prospect Wilshere was interviewed in a video feature on Arsenal.com called “the weird and wonderful,” where members of the Gunner’s first team squad are asked a number of amusing questions outside of the world of football. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger let Wilshere join Owen Coyle's Bolton on loan in January, where the young Gunner has put in a string of impressive performances for the Trotters.

The news that Wilshere would like to be Cheryl Cole for a day will amuse Arsenal fans who have never forgiven her husband Ashley for turning his back on Arsenal, the club that nurtured him, to join Premier League rivals Chelsea. Wilshere replied to the question, ‘if you could be a woman for a day who would you be?’

“I would probably be Cheryl Cole. Just to see what attention she gets and that.”

The young Gunner’s midfielder also answered questions on his weirdest dream, what he would cook for Arsene Wenger, and what song gets him up on the dancefloor. To see the interview in full just go to Arsenal.com.

That really was just an excuse to post a Cheryl gif. jk.