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SHARES
1 August 2008
"I don’t mean this in a big-headed way, because I wasn’t a great goalscorer, but I scored great goals"
SHARES
1 August 2008
"I couldn’t believe what joy I felt. You don’t expect such an intense feeling at my age. Now I want more"
SHARES
1 August 2008
Did you feel that slight breeze at around 2pm yesterday?
SHARES
Fraizer Campbell
1 August 2008
"Most embarrassing moment? Every year the young players at Man United have to impersonate one of the senior players. I went as David Bellion"
SHARES
31 July 2008
For those La Liga Loca regulars who had "two weeks" in the blog's "how soon into the pre-season will Bernd Schuster blow his stack" sweepstake, then congratulations, you now possess riches beyond your wildest dreams.
SHARES
31 July 2008
What is Chelsea? A simple question with many answers.
SHARES
31 July 2008
"Glenn sent me to see Eileen Drewery. I sat in this seat, I couldn’t see her – I thought she was going to come out with no clothes on or something!"
SHARES
30 July 2008
After what feels like decades of speculation from Sport and Mundo Deportivo concerning Mad Sammy Eto'o being replaced by Adebayor / Berbatov / Zlatan / Chipper from Operación Triunfo it seems that, like Fernando Gago taking a shot, both papers may have been some way off the mark. Barça are slowly starting to spin the line that they are chuffed to bits with the pre-season performances of the Cameroonian striker and his all round sprightly attitude - not that La Liga Loca thinks there was anything wrong with it in the first place, aside from Eto'o being a bit of a grumpy pants on the odd occasion. On Monday, Andrés Iniesta was the third major player to offer a friendly word of support to his formerly departing colleague by commenting that "I hope Eto'o stays with us."
SHARES
30 July 2008
What is it with Inter and central defenders? They can’t seem to keep them on the pitch. Last season, Walter Samuel snapped knee ligaments in the Milan derby in December and then Ivan Cordoba’s season was ended in similar fashion against Liverpool in the Champions League in February.Added to that, Nelson Rivas and Cristian Chivu were also sidelined at various stages in the campaign. The latest to fall to the curse at the back has been Marco Materazzi who lasted all of seven minutes of Tuesday’s TIM Trophy encounter with Juventus, before limping off with what seems to be a recurrence of his long-standing knee problem.
SHARES
30 July 2008
While the weather may have disrupted the first Argentinian friendly warm up in Tokyo yesterday, the storm continues over Lionel 'the Flea' Messi.

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