March 7th, 2011

Karl Lagerfeld for Les Bleus

France released their first away shirt in this Nike era via photo done by fashion maestro Karl Lagerfeld.

And it is a painfully, painfully good looking shirt – it’s a wonder they didn’t drop adidas decades ago.

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Sarah Walker


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Van Gaal coach until season's end - by mutual agreement of contract 30.6.2011

Today, Monday, 7 March 2011, has held a meeting of the board of FC Bayern Munich, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Karl Hopfner, sporting director Christian Nerlinger and head coach Louis van Gaal to the current situation. The conclusion of this meeting the following was established:

Louis van Gaal will remain head coach of Bayern Munich until the end of the season on30/06/2011 .
the originally set for 30/06/2012 current contract between the FC Bayern Munich and Louis van Gaal is resolved by mutual agreement at the end of the season.
Reason for the termination of the contract is the difference in opinion over the strategic direction of the club.

All parties agree that, in the present difficult situation of the sporting FC Bayern Munich together all resources are employed to achieve the minimum targets sporting this season.

FC Bayern München
Der Vorstand Louis van Gaal

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Orginal news here:
FB: Sergio Worth It

We're gonna vent our frustration If we don't we're gonna blow a 50-amp fuse

Mellow Monday Matchpost


Blackpool v Chelsea

la liga,leagues

Deportivo La Coruna v Real Sociedad


 Pacos Ferreira v Associacao Naval

Portimonense v Nacional

Genclerbirligi v Fenerbahce

Beitar Jerusalem v Hapoel Tel Aviv
Arsenal S. v Independiente

film • and i choose kill

I fell in love at the seaside / I handled my charm with time and slight of hand

Yo, yo, yo!!!!! To the disappointment of pretty much everyone but Chelsea FC supporters, we won at Bloomfield Road today against Blackpool! \o/ I was really not that sure we would; coming off a moral-boosting win against Manchester United, perhaps, but Blackpool are no pushovers at home; they've scored in every single home game and beat Spurs (who have similar aims as Chelsea) here just two weeks ago. As it was, Chelsea were pretty underwhelming in the first half, the only thing separating us from them being a boss header from Terry. In the second half, Drogba pretty stropped his way off the pitch. His fellow French-speaking Chelsea forward, Nicolas Anelka, was also in a stroppy mood and hence did nae want to play, so he told Kalou to. Kalou, who also speaks French, is younger and less gobby than either of those two, so did what he was paid to do (shocker!) and I for one am delighted he did, because his liveliness won Chelsea a penalty, which Lampard dispatched t'riffically, before assiting Lampard again on Chelsea's third. Blackpool scored a late goal to maintain their proud record of scoring in all home games (Chelsea can't brag that, to be fair!), and they had a whole range of chances to make it 2-3, making for a pretty frigging nervous finale before the game ended 3-1. So my icon is apt as, and I do like to be beside the seaside!

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ALSO, veering away from this boss South-West London team, lettuce us try predicting the fates of the two North London ones in the CL this week! London are at present (and were at the start) the most well-represented city in the champions' League, with three teams in it. trololol at my London-bumming. I could be a Guardian writer at this rate. How many teams will still be in it by the end?
Poll #1715048 Norf Laaaadan!
This poll is closed.

How many of the North London teams will progress in the CL?

Both Arsenal and Spurs
Just Arsenal
Just Spurs
Feel free to post your predictions for both return leg games!!