September 21st, 2011

Blanca Suarez | Shock

Mañana lo hacemos

Earlier this year, Lionel Messi met with Soufian, a young boy who had both his legs amputated. Soufian got a tour of Camp Nou and even got to play with Messi, his idol (his legs have Messi's number on them).

Fast forward five months, and the two still keep in touch. Following a talk on how Messi was supposed to celebrate a goal for Soufian if he was to make one, the Argentinean patted his legs after his first goal against Osasuna to dedicate his goal to the boy with the bionic legs.

beautiful man remains beautiful

king rad

THIS IS WHERE I TELL YOU ABOUT AWESOMENESS

So somebody mentioned something about rec'cing teams to newbies and someone else said that this place needed more Germans, therefore I am ready to introduce you to the BEST TEAM ON EARTH:
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◦"Football is a simple game; 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans win."





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Now that I have done that it is up to the rest of you! Why is your team awesome? WHAT makes your team awesome? WHO is the awesome on your team? bet it cannot beat this <3 <3 <3

Didier Drogba the peacemaker


So, Didier Drogba, tell us why your fellow centre-forward Fernando Torres has scored just two goals since his January move from Liverpool?

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Dedicating this post to Drogba's number one fan evridis

David De Gea
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Women and children first, with the men nowhere, works at Fenerbahce

A pitch invasion at a pre-season friendly could have led to an empty stadium for Fenerbahce, but instead they banned men. Will the idea spread?

Fenerbahce fans

There was something so unusual about Fenerbahce's 1-1 draw with Manisaspor in Istanbul on Tuesday that it is surely destined to feature in pub quiz questions for years to come.

The Turkish league game took place in front of a packed crowd comprising 41,000 women and children after adult men were barred from attendance. Fenerbahce, the defending champions, became the first club to pioneer a new sanctions code under which clubs that would normally be ordered to play matches behind closed doors in the wake of crowd trouble will instead exclude males over the age of 12.

After their fans had stormed the pitch during a pre-season friendly against Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk, Fenerbahce were originally poised to be handed the more usual punishment of being forced to play two league games in an empty stadium. Courtesy of some nifty lateral thinking on the part of the Turkish FA, though, the rules were amended to allow women, girls and boys in, thereby ensuring the miscreants felt they were missing out.

Anxious to create a high decibel, as well as a high-pitched, soundtrack from the stands, Fenerbahce distributed free tickets for Tuesday's match and women – some carrying babies bedecked in club colours – duly formed long queues outside the Sukru Saracoglu stadium ahead of the turnstiles opening.

Before kick-off, players from both Fenerbahce and Manisaspor tossed flowers at home fans who, in turn, greeted the visiting team with the sort of wholehearted applause rarely extended to opposition sides at one of Turkey's traditionally more hostile venues.

Not that the girls were that sporting. "The same anthems and the same chants as usual were sung," Yasemin Mercil, a female member of Fenerbahce's executive board, said. "The women knew all the words."

She added proudly: "This really is a historic day. For the first time in the world, only women and children watched a game."

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