September 17th, 2010



 Elsewhere it's another day, another slice of vice shame soccer blah hooker meh in this morning's fearlessly investigative Sun. "Premier League soccer stars were at the centre of a vice probe last night amid claims that they hired 14 hookers and a transvestite for a wild after-match party."

The Arsenal reserve and occasional last-minute goal-dinker Carlos Vela is the big name here. But only one transvestite in there, The Mill notes. Looks like a dangerously unbalanced squad. What if the tranny picks up a niggle? You're putting square pegs in round holes already. The Mexican FA is "probing" and the lone transvestite is called Gema. Carlos Salcido, seen posing with the very nice-looking Gema, says: "I offer a personal apology, but the papers say we hired 15 prostitutes including a transvestite - and that did not happen. We had a few drinks, but that is as far as it went." Typical. The Mill's thoughts are with Gema at this time


Vela, who scored twice in the Gunners' 6-0 thrashing of FC Braga on Wednesday, and Salcido were among three players pictured cosying up to a blonde called Gema, apparently unaware "she" was a transvestite.
The embarrassing snaps were posted on the Mexican La Aficion sports website yesterday, beside images from Gema's own site, on which she offers a menu of kinky sex services.

Players last night denied they had paid vice girls - and insisted they had innocently hired a hotel ballroom for a celebration with family and friends after abandoning a planned night out due to security fears.

Salcido, 30, said: "If there is a fine to pay, I will accept it. I offer a personal apology, but the papers say we hired 15 prostitutes including a transvestite - and that did not happen.

"We had a few drinks, but that is as far as it went."


Sam Allardyce "more suited to Inter or Real Madrid"

Sam Allardyce has said that he and Mark Hughes have not been given enough time at bigger clubs. The Blackburn Rovers manager also said that he would win a league title every year if he was in control of Real Madrid or Manchester United.

Allardyce and Hughes meet tomorrow as the managers of Blackburn and Fulham. Hughes was sacked by Manchester City last season and Allardyce's time in charge of Newcastle lasted less than half a season.

"I'm not suited to Bolton or Blackburn, I would be more suited to Inter or Real Madrid," Allardyce said. "It wouldn't be a problem to me to go and manage those clubs because I would win the double or the league every time. Give me Manchester United or Chelsea and I would do the same, it wouldn't be a problem. It's not where I'm suited to, it's just where I've been for most of the time.

"It's not a problem to take me into the higher reaches of the Champions League or Premier League and [it] would make my job a lot easier in winning it."


I can't wait to hear @TheBig_Sam's  thoughts on this

BONUS Ryan Babel/Rio Ferdinand rap battle fyt!!!

Villa :)

David Villa Singing!!!!

Came home from school and I saw this on my youtube homepage.

David Villa is singing with Ana Torroja for charity. If I am not wrong.

This is the youtube description
David Villa y Ana Torroja cantan juntos para construir una escuela de Arte y Formación en Mali, dentro del proyecto benéfico Voces X1FIN

I think he sounds amazing and I can't wait for this to be released.
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Italian Series A trying to negotiate player's strike

ROME, Sep. 17, 2010 (Xinhua News Agency) -- Italy's soccer league chief Maurizio Beretta has urged the players' union to postpone the upcoming strike to allow more time to negotiate on Friday.

The players' union (AIC) announced last week they will strike on September 25 and 26 in protest against the Italian league, who have not renewed the collective bargaining agreement which expired in June.

"Considering the limited time we have to reach an understanding regarding the renewal of the collective players' agreement, and with the the date of the strike fast approaching, I think it would be sensible to postpone this strike to have more time," said Beretta on Friday.
The Italian federation, the FIGC, met with both the AIC and Lega Serie on Friday to discuss the strike, the collective agreement, and ways to avoid the action in less than two weeks.

Some progress has been made in an effort to stop the strike with a new meeting set for Tuesday, the players' union chief Sergio Campana said.
"We've made steps forward but no huge leaps. The talks continue and we'll meet again on Tuesday," Sergio Campana told reporters after the third meeting between league bosses and the union.
"I don't know," he replied when asked if the strike could be called off. "First we must listen to the players as the idea of industrial action came directly from them."

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