May 25th, 2010

film • and i choose kill

You've Gotta Lose to Know How to Win.

In England's last friendly at Wembley before the World Cup (we have one more in Japan two days before the 23-man-squad is announced), we hosted Mexico. The game ended 3-1, with Ledley King, Crouchinho and Glen Johnson scoring for England, and Guillermo Franco for Mexico. It was a good game from what I saw (didn't manage to see the second half, bah), but at half time, the Mexicans could feel hard done by to be trailing 2-1, when they'd had a much better half. Picture time!

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CR9 doesnt like posing with Drogba. cant blame him

Soccer star Ronaldo angry at Vanity Fair

The world's highest-paid soccer star, Cristiano Ronaldo, is fuming that Vanity Fair put him on the cover in tight underpants with rival player Didier Drogba.

Team Real Madrid stud Ronaldo is furious that after he stripped down to his underpants and showed off his ripped muscles for photographer Annie Leibovitz, the magazine bosses also ran a photo of Chelsea FC striker Drogba on the cover.

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Source: NYPOST

OMG! Crackovia time!! (feat. Villa and Piqué)

Yesterday it was the first time that Villa appeared in Crackovia. I know some of you like the program, and there were some people that wanted to see it, so I decided to translate it for you to enjoy it. :)


There’s the sketch of Villa from yesterday and, also, issyc  asked me for the translation of an interview they did with Real Life Piqué versus Crackovia Piqué and I'm trying to avoid working on my projects, so here it goes as well.

Crackovia Schuster invites you in!!! (or not)

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Have fun, laugh, etc, etc, etc. If you have more petitions and you like this  let me know and I could try and translate some more stuff. But with moderation!!!!!!! xDDDD I actually enjoy doing it so it's no problem! :D

ALSO: I forgot to tell. Special icon for you Piqué haterz!! :)

presque rien


Fanatical Brazil and Argentina football fans clash – in Bangladesh
Running battles between heavily armed Brazil and Argentina football fans have left 30 people injured – in Bangladesh

By Dean Nelson in New Delhi
Published: 6:11PM BST 23 May 2010


Police were forced to fire a volley of rounds to control the riots after two neighbouring villages clashed over their passion for the South American rivals three weeks before the start of the World Cup finals in South Africa.

Six policemen were also injured in the fighting on Saturday when residents of Sheikhpara village fought their neighbours from Dakshinpara village with sticks, clubs and sharp weapons over their world cup loyalties


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More Friendlies (Wendsday)

  Moldova - Azerbaijan

Turkey - Northern Ireland

Netherlands - México
20:00 Hrs

Estonia - Croatia
20:30 Hrs

France - Costa Rica
21:00 Hrs
Chile - Zambia

Uruguay - Israel

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