October 3rd, 2010


Ten things about... Shinji Kagawa

Munich - Just six matches into the new Bundesliga season and Shinji Kagawa has already won the hearts of the BVB fans. Four goals, one assist and plenty more darting runs have made the Japanese youngster the darling of the Signal-Iduna-Park faithful.

bundesliga.de takes a look at why he's settled so quickly into Bundesliga life, what he thinks of German sausages and beer and how he almost injured himself at the Westfalenpark. Here are ten things maybe you didn't know about Shinji Kagawa...

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Dortmund vs Bayern Munich tomorrow.. Aish.
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RIO Ferdinand will return to the England squad tomorrow for the first time since his World Cup nightmare – but with no guarantees of regaining the captain’s armband.


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Mexican & Argentine Primera División post

Mexican Primera División Torneo Apertura Jornada 10
Puebla vs. Querétaro 1:00pm EST (Fox Sports en Español)
UNAM vs. Morelia 1:00pm EST (Telemundo)
Cruz Azul vs. América 5:30pm EST (ESPN Deportes) *El Clásico Joven*
Guadalajara vs. Atlas 5:30pm EST (Telemundo)

Torneo Apertura 2010 Jornada 6
Olimpo vs. Colón 1:00pm EST
San Lorenzo vs. Estudiantes LP 3:00pm EST
Boca Juniors vs. Lanús 5:10pm EST
Banfield vs. River Plate 7:20pm EST

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Manchester City to make astonishing £90m bid for Barcelona's Gerard Pique

Roberto Mancini is reported to have made Barcelona defender Gerard Pique his top transfer target for Manchester City, and is set to launch a staggering £90 million bid for the player.

The People claims that City will offer Barcelona £50m for the World Cup winner, with wages of £8m-a-year over five seasons.

Pique's agent is reportedly aware of the interest, while the Primera Division giants are apparently bracing themselves for an offer for their centre-back.

Pique started his career at Barça, before moving to City's rivals Manchester United in 2004. He returned to Camp Nou in 2008 and has since become an important figure for club and country.

Mancini already has a wealth of options at his disposal in central defence, including Kolo Toure, Vincent Kompany, Micah Richards and Joleon Lescott.

The report comes off the back of the announcement that City recorded losses last year of £121m, with chief executive Garry Cook indicating there would be a curve in spending on the transfer market in the future.

this is more than my road to redemption

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man city - newcastle
liverpool - blackpool
chelsea - arsenal

getafe - hercules
osasuna - levante
sevilla - atlético de madrid
ud almería - málaga
villarreal - real racing santander

fc barcelona - rcd mallorca

real madrid - deportivo de la coruña

bologna - sampdoria
chievo verona - cagliari
fiorentina - palermo
genoa - as bari
napoli - roma
ss lazio - brescia

inter - juventus

losc lille métropole - montpellier hérault sc 
paris saint-germain - ogc nice

sade rennais - toulouse

bayer 04 leverkusen - werder bremen
dortmund - bayern münich

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i like paramore

is that you bb ronaldo?


so I apparently this CR's son sorry I can't find the source I'm in a hurry..... totally late for class. sdnjkgns bye.


yikes, sorry this isn't post worthy enough, its my first time posting here and bout the source I found it through daily mail but I can't access to it anymore cause they took it down.  ok im just gonna hide in a corner now after reading all the comments. 



Roy Hodgson in "Everything is rosy, honest mate" shocker.

Hodgson, appointed by managing director Christian Purslow in July to replace Rafael Benítez, has overseen just one Premier League win in six games — though he remains unbeaten in Europe — after a series of mediocre performances and his side begin Sunday afternoon’s visit of Blackpool hovering just above the relegation zone.

Such a résumé is hardly the sort of start deemed acceptable at Anfield. Hodgson, though, is quick to scotch the suggestion that his style of coaching and philosophy of play is not suited to a club where expectations are so high and the staff at his disposal so high-profile.

“Unbelievable,” said the Liverpool manager, when asked whether his approach could be applied on Merseyside as effectively as it was in west London. “How many clubs have I had in 35 years? What do you mean, do my methods translate? They translated from Halmstads to Malmo to Orebro to Neuchâtel Xamax to the Swiss national team.

“The question is quite frankly insulting, I suppose. That question is suggesting something. To suggest that suddenly because you move from one club to another, the methods that have stood you in good stead for 35 years and made you one of the most respected coaches in the Europe suddenly do not work. I find it very, very hard to believe that someone has even asked me that question.”

“I could not give a monkey’s whether we are 16th or 18th,” he said. “What bothers me is that we have only got six points and I would have liked a few more. But then I knew Manchester United and Manchester City were going to be tough, and I knew Arsenal with 10 men was going to be tough, so maybe six points is not so bad.

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/liverpool/8038680/Roy-Hodgson-launches-strident-defence-of-his-start-to-life-as-Liverpool-manager.html

According to RAWK, the odds of us being relegated this season have been slashed from 400-1 to 18-1.

I cannot stress enough how important it is for people to wake up and realise the shit we're in. On that note, please take a look at 
www.spiritofshankly.com if you haven't already. Well done to everyone that took part in the march and post-match sit in.


'Liverpool is my home and I will come back'
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'Football is a lie.' Anybody who has spent any time with Rafael Benitez will have heard these words. There are a million lies in football, a hundred thousand ways for the flimflam men and the bullshitters to prosper.

For Liverpool to prosper, it was concluded that Benitez would have to leave. His exit, it was said, would lead to an explosion of joy among the ranks of the players who had been worn down by his obsessiveness, his relentless demands and his cold, cold heart. The club, it was said, needed a break from his plotting. Things could only get better.

Today, as Benitez's Inter Milan face Juventus at the San Siro, Liverpool play a team one point above them in the Premier League: Blackpool. Before the game, the supporters will be marching in the streets in protest against Tom Hicks and George Gillett whose duplicity Benitez did so much to expose. The chief executive Christian Purslow, brought in to sell the club, is still there, still looking for owners, still reassuring the key players that all will be well. Within days, Liverpool could be in administration but, for many Liverpool fans, the possible nine-point penalty (there could be a loophole which allows Liverpool to avoid it which would almost certainly lead to a legal objection from Liverpool's challengers) is preferable to Hicks and Gillett refinancing. On the pitch, Roy Hodgson, the man Purslow appointed, appears to have made things worse.

And all it took was the removal of Benitez to bring the feel-good factor back.
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I miss this bitch.