September 25th, 2011

film • and i choose kill

This ain't football, why the f_ck they tryin' the tackle me??

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Hallo. Chelsea won yesterday, and won quite comprehensively against Swansea, even though Fernando Torres was sent off for a reckless (and feckless) tackle with over half the game still to be played. It was a shame really, as up until that point he'd been giving one of his best performances and had even scored. That's two goals in two games from him now, which confuses me like you don't even know :-p Anyway, Ramires got a brace and Didier Drogba, out for a month, made his homecoming known with a super-fly goal. PHOTOS :-D

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GNev/Scholesy kiss

Sunday Sunday ...

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16:00BST//17:00CEST//11:00EST
Queens Park Rangers v Aston Villa

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11:30BST//12:30CEST//06:30EST
Chievo v Genoa

14:00BST//15:00CEST//09:00EST
Atalanta v Novara
Cagliari v Udinese
Catania v Juventus
Lazio v Palermo
Siena v Lecce

19:45BST//20:45CEST//14:45EST
Parma v AS Roma

la liga,leagues

11:00BST//12:00CEST//06:00EST
Mallorca v Real Sociedad

16:00BST//17:00CEST//11:00EST
Levante v Espanyol

17:00BST//18:00CEST//12:00EST
Granada v Osasuna

19:00BST//20:00CEST//14:00EST
Sporting Gijon v Racing Santander

21:00BST//22:00CEST//16:00EST
Zaragoza v Malaga

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14:00BST//15:00CEST//09:00EST
1. FC Cologne v Hoffenheim

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Werder Bremen v Hertha BSC

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Auxerre v Sochaux
Brest v Ajaccio

20:00BST//21:00CEST//15:00EST
Rennes v Saint-Etienne

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11:30BST//12:30CEST//06:30EST
AZ Alkmaar v Feyenoord Rotterdam

13:30BST//14:30CEST//08:30EST
De Graafschap v FC Groningen
RKC Waalwijk v NEC Nijmegen

15:30BST//16:30CEST//10:30EST
Excelsior Rotterdam v Vitesse Arnhem

leagues

16:00BST//17:00CEST//11:00EST
Beira Mar v Rio Ave
Olhanense v Uniao Leiria
Pacos Ferreira v Gil Vicente

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Maritimo v Vitoria Guimaraes

streams: firstrowsports rojadirecta atdhe LiveFootballTVs footballstreaming myp2

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  • yeats

the worse wolkie in the worl

Manuel Neuer a leader of Europe's new breed of young goalkeepers

Bayern Munich's Neuer and Manchester City's Joe Hart exemplify football's generational change between the posts



It must be a peculiar feeling for Iker Casillas to feel like an old crony. Here is the player who for the best part of a decade was one of football's great exceptions. In a position so specialist, so scrutinised, that experience and proven ability to handle the pressure is preferred, the boy from Madrid was an anomaly. There was, in every sense, very little he could not handle even in his teens.

Casillas became first-choice goalkeeper at the most glamorous club of its time aged 17. He was the youngest goalkeeper to win the Champions League when he kept a clean sheet as his team trounced Valencia 3-0 a few days after his 19th birthday. He won it again at 21 (to put that into perspective, the average age of all goalkeepers in the Champions League final since then is 31). He captained his country to a European Championship and World Cup while in his 20s. So prodigious has his career been he was perfectly entitled to have a mid-life crisis last May when he glanced in the mirror at his 30-year-old self.

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sauce.



who you callin a crony?