"i had dis things for my life and my wife so we arrived to the marriage with viring and we just had sex after da wedding"
I DIDN'T DO ANYFINGG!!!
honestly, there isn't one bad thing i can say about this guy <3
warning: very NOT tl;dr friendly, but even as a spain supporter, i think it's worth reading anyway :)
Barcelona failed to pay their players at the end of June, club president Sandro Rosell has revealed.
Rosell, who succeeded Joan Laporta at the financially troubled Catalan outfit last week, also said a loan of about £125m had been secured to pay wages.
"We found a club in debt, with liquidity problems. At this point we have to take a loan to pay the wages of the players," he told Sport.
But Rosell said Barca can still afford Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas.
Barca recently sold defender Dmitro Chygrynskiy to Shakhtar Donetsk for about £12.5m to help raise much-needed funds, even though coach Pep Guardiola had been keen to keep him.
They also sold Ivory Coast international Yaya Toure to Manchester City for about£20m.
However, Rosell has moved to reassure worried fans that Barca's problems are under control and that the process of securing a loan had already started under the previous board.( Collapse )Ain't Barcelona meant to be the model for other football clubs? ;) What is Platini going to say about this? Oh yes, nothing.
Domestic violence on the day England crashed out of the World Cup shot up by 16%, Greater Manchester Police said.
There were 353 reports of domestic abuse across the region on 27 June - the second highest number in the space of 24 hours this year.
Over the same time period in 2009 there were 304 incidents.
Assistant Chief Constable Terry Sweeney said he was "pleased" by the number of people who had found the courage to come forward after assaults.
He said one of the reasons was the End the Fear campaign, which was fronted by X-Factor and Happy Mondays star, Rowetta Satchell.
After being subjected to domestic violence herself in the past, she stressed the need for victims to report incidents to the authorities and get the necessary help and protection.
A photograph of a football shirt smeared in blood was used to promote the message.
Ms Satchell said: "I've been in a violent relationship and know how hard it can be to get out.
"This campaign aims to make sure that anyone suffering knows how to get the support they need to leave an abusive relationship and start re-building their lives."
Mr Sweeney added: "I also want to send a clear message to offenders that there is no excuse for domestic abuse at any time and we will look to ensure that those responsible are caught and brought to justice."
Arsenal Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of defender Laurent Koscielny from French Ligue 1 side Lorient on a long-term contract for an undisclosed fee.
Twenty-four year-old Koscielny, who is predominantly a central defender, made 40 appearances in all competitions during his season with Lorient in the 2009/2010 campaign.
Before joining the north-west French club Lorient in 2009, Koscielny also played for En Avant Guingcamp and Tours in France, where in 2009 he was voted Best Player in Ligue 2 for the 2008/2009 season by his fellow professionals - the UNFP (National Union of Professional Footballers in France).
Although born in France, uncapped Koscielny, who helped Lorient to seventh place in the French league championship last season, would also qualify to represent the Poland national team as a result of his family roots.
Manager Arsène Wenger said: "Koscielny is a central defender with great ability who performed extremely well last season for Lorient. We identified him as a very strong centre half, who has made big progress very quickly. He has shown he is mentally strong, he's a fighter and a very strong competitor. Koscielny is a great addition to our squad."
New Arsenal player Koscielny said: "I'm very excited to be joining Arsenal. They are one of the biggest teams in Europe with many great players. I'm really looking forward to playing in the English Premier League and the Champions League with my new club. Also, in Arsène Wenger, Arsenal has one of the best managers in the world and I can't wait to work with him and do my best for the Arsenal supporters."
Koscielny, who will wear the number 6 shirt, is scheduled to make his first appearance at Emirates Stadium over the weekend of Friday 31st July and Saturday 1st August, when Arsenal compete with AC Milan, Celtic and Olympique Lyonnais for the Emirates Cup 2010. For further information