February 2nd, 2011

film • and i choose kill

They call her Natascha when she looks like Elsie.

What's this? Why, it's a Chelsea post not centred upon dissing the club or remarking how it's a Mickey Mouse club with no history! Shocker!



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ok, so, The Guardian wrote a less-than-impressive #GuardianExclusive article about the attacking options that Liverpool's ex-prodigal son can give Chelsea:
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amy owl

Tottenham's Luka Modric out for two weeks after appendix operation

• Midfielder might miss Champions League game at Milan
• Croatia midfielder joins growing Spurs injury list

The Tottenham midfielder Luka Modric will be out for around two weeks after having his appendix removed. The Croatia international, who underwent surgery last night, could miss the Champions League last-16 first leg at Milan on 15 February.

He will also sit out tonight's Premier League game at Blackburn, Saturday's home match with Bolton and the following weekend's trip to Sunderland.

"Luka Modric has undergone surgery to remove his appendix," said a club statement. "The Croatia midfielder was diagnosed with acute appendicitis after contacting our medical staff complaining of abdominal discomfort. He is likely to be sidelined for around two weeks."

The 25-year-old has been in sparkling form for Spurs for the past few months and his loss is a huge blow for the manager, Harry Redknapp, who is already without key midfielders Gareth Bale (back) and Tom Huddlestone (ankle).

Redknapp has even bigger problems in defence, with Younes Kaboul yesterday undergoing surgery on a knee injury and the captain, Ledley King, facing an operation.

Michael Dawson is suspended and William Gallas is struggling with a hip injury for tonight's game at Ewood Park, meaning Jonathan Woodgate could make his first appearance for 14 months.


i wish him a speedy recovery. :'(
GNev/Scholesy kiss

Midweek Matchday


Birmingham City v Manchester City

Blackburn Rovers v Tottenham Hotspur
Blackpool v West Ham
Bolton Wanderers v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Fulham v Newcastle United
Liverpool v Stoke City


AS Roma v Brescia
Cesena v Catania
Chievo v Napoli
Fiorentina v Genoa
Palermo v Juventus
Parma v Lecce
Sampdoria v Cagliari
Udinese v Bologna
la liga,cups
Almeria v Barcelona

Real Madrid v Sevilla

cups,ligue 1

Chambery v Sochaux

Martigues v Paris S.G.

Nancy v Le Mans

Drancy v Nice

Lille v Nantes


FC Porto v Benfica


Istanbul Buyuksehir v Kasimpasa

Besiktas v Gaziantep BB


Gremio v Liverpool FC
Tolima v Corinthians


CF America v San Luis

streams: rojadirecta atdhe LiveFootballTVs footballstreaming myp2


gago vs. pedro leon


Real Madrid players Pedro León and Fernando Gago were involved in a fist fight after training, incident that left both footballers out of Mourinho's call up for the upcoming game against Sevilla, for the Copa del Rey.

During practice, Gago tackled Pedro León harshly, leaving the player down on the ground and in pain. Pedro León insulted the Argentine, and the argument carried on to the dressing rooms, where both players started fighting, and had to be pulled apart by some teammates.

Mourinho usually calls up 20 players for each game, to then drop out 2 and have the final list of 18. This time only 19 players are on the list. Higuaín, Dudek and Pepe, for injuries, plus Canales, will be out against Sevilla.

source and source.
Evra jump (Wigan)
  • arooj

Gary Neville announces retirement!

Gary Neville will retire from football after 20 years playing at Manchester United.

Gary Neville

Gary signed for United in July 1991 and was part of the famous Class of ’92 that won the FA Youth Cup in 1992. He then became a first-team regular alongside his teammates from that side, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, his brother Philip and David Beckham.

In his time at Old Trafford, Gary has played 602 games, scoring seven goals.  He has won the Champions League, eight Premier League trophies, three FA Cups, two League Cups, the Intercontinental Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.  He became United club captain in 2005.

Gary won 85 caps for England between 1995 and 2007, playing in two World Cups (1998 and 2006) and three European Championships (1996, 2000 and 2004).

Neville, who turns 36 this month, made the decision after much consideration. He said:

"I have been a Manchester United fan all my life and fulfilled every dream I've ever had. Obviously I am disappointed that my playing days are at an end, however it comes to us all, and it's knowing when that time is and for me that time is now. I have played in the most incredible football teams, playing with some of the best players in the world as well as against them and I have been lucky to have been part of the team's achievements and the club's great success.

"There are so many people I want to thank and, of course, top of that list is Sir Alex. He has given me so many opportunities and countless support over the last 20 years - he is truly one of the greatest managers - and I have to thank him for that.

"There have also been so many great players that I have had the privilege to train and play alongside. The experiences we've shared will be with me for the rest of my life. Also, I'd like to thank all the coaches I have played under from youth level right through to now, who have guided me through my playing days. And finally, the fans, who have always shown me unbelievable support. They know how special they are to me and this club.

"I am looking forward to new experiences and the club will always be a part of my life going forward. However, the most important thing now is for the club to continue with the success that is synonymous with Manchester United and I will be supporting them all the way, as a fan."

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