Tag Archives: Premier League

Fútbol’s Hottest Little Bachelor is Officially Off the Market

23 Jul

That’s right. Our beloved little James Rodriguez, a youngster of only 23 years, has sealed the deal with Champions League titleholders Real Madrid for the upcoming six seasons. Continue reading

NO, Fergie, PLEASE don’t leave!… Heyy, Dave…

10 May

 fergiestatueMy day began on a sad note. After 26 years of coaching English futbol giants Manchester United, 71-year-old-gum-chewing-master Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement. Fergie had spread a similar rumor back in the 2001-2002 season, which backfired, and he vowed to never do it again. Rumor spreader. This time, though, it is true.  I almost cried. Continue reading

Michael Owen Gets Away with Manhandling Mikel Arteta

5 Feb
Owen: "you're getting a punch for this, Arteta!!!"

Owen: “You better watch your back, Arteta!”

Unlike Real Madrid’s Alvaro Arbeloa and Xabi Alonso, Stoke City’s Michael Owen doesn’t slap. He punches. Check out what went down this weekend during Stoke City’s visit to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, which ended in a 1-0 victory for Arsenal: Continue reading

Pep Guardiola: Fútbol’s Hottest Bachelor Taken by Bayern Munich!

18 Jan
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Lovely paramour

My life has been pretty hectic now that I’m unemployed since Monday (wahhh!), so I have not had time to sit down and tell you all about the fútbol drama. BUT, on the bright side, while I find a new job, I will have all the time in the world to watch fútbol all day errday. They say things happen for a reason, and I strongly believe that I was laid off so that I can enjoy the Champions League without a single distraction. Pep Guardiola, on the contrary, just got a new job, and he’s getting 10 million euros a year for it.

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Chelsea v. Stoke City , Real Madrid v. Osasuna: Social Suicide & Failed Broadway Auditions

12 Jan

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I woke up too early this morning to take an exam. I rushed through it to come home, watch some fútbol and drink tea.  I began to think I was watching Mean Girls, but I double checked and in fact it was fútbol! Both the Premier League and La Liga had some quality drama going on.
* Note: This post contains multiple references to the movie Mean Girls. It is a must-watch.

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