October 17th, 2010

awooo waka waka espagna
  • c0rrine

kobe bryant telling the future

Most people already know that Kobe Bryant is a die-hard FC Barcelona fan, but did you know he fancies Liverpool too??? Glory. Hunter.

"When I was a kid growing up I absolutely loved Liverpool."

and when asked about tomorrow's Merseyside derby:

"I'm going to go with Liverpool and say they're going to win 2-0."

Good. You better.


film • and i choose kill

You're Hot and you're Cole-d.

Something about Ashley, and Cheryl Cole.

Collapse )

Collapse )
BUT THAT'S JUST ME. What do you all think girlies????? :))))))) Oh yes, and I compiled this entry with a huuuuge hangover, hence why it's a bit shit and the spelling and grammar aren't totally there *clown music*

a timid sign of change? *hopeful*

Serie A

Racist slogans, Paolo Tagliavento threatens to suspend the game


The Cagliari-Inter referee summoned the two captains - and the fourth official, to have him ask the commentator to warn the stadium:  “Stop with the booing, or the game ends here”. In the history of Serie A, no referee had ever threatened to suspend a game because of a player being booed.


Collapse )

Wayne Rooney declares his intention to walk out on Manchester United


• Striker falls out with Ferguson and could leave in January

• Manchester City and Real Madrid possible destinations

Wayne Rooney 
Wayne Rooney could leave Manchester United in January. Photograph: Tom Jenkins for the Guardian

Wayne Rooney has thrown Manchester United's season into a state of turmoil after informing the club he has no plans to sign another contract and intends to find new employers. Rooney's decision is based on serious differences with Sir Alex Ferguson, the Guardian understands, and will be a devastating blow to the supporters who have come to regard him as a talismanic figure in this troubled era under Malcolm Glazer's ownership.

Collapse )

Also this from twitter:

United dismiss Rooney transfer reports as 'nonsense'



Olympique Lyonnais 3-1 Lille: Lisandro Lopez and Yoann Gourcuff get Claude Puel's side back on track

Olympique Lyonnais produced arguably their best football of the season to claim a 3-1 victory against Lille, who, previous to the game, had been unbeaten this term.
Collapse )


Bojan opens door to Gunners move

Barcelona starlet Bojan is preparing to quit the Spanish club in the January transfer window with Catalan sources revealing in the Spanish press that the talented striker is unhappy with his lack of first team football.

Bojan, 20, has failed to hold down regular first team football under Pep Guardiola, playing second fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic last year, while new signing David Villa has started ahead of him during the current campaign.

The Barcelona youth product has been linked with a move away from the Nou Camp previously however reports intimate he has now decided to move to kick start his career.

Spanish press reports confirm that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is an admirer of the forward’s talents while Inter Milan manager Rafa Benitez is also expected to register his interest in the young striker and rival the Frenchman for the striker's signature.

Bojan is also said to have intimated that he would accept a loan move in the January transfer window, a solution which would be cost effective for both interested parties.