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Table For Eight: Real Madrid WAGs Out For Din Dins


It’s always a pleasure seeing all a first team’s partners getting along, ain’t it? Image via Caroline Celico’s Twitter. Cheers Rafaela for the tip!

Acting Out Pout: Martin Demichellis, Malaga

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Image: REUTERS/Jon Nazca.

Is it a pout? Is it a bitchface?

No, it’s Martin Demichellis’ innovative response to receiving a yellow card, as seen in last night’s 1-1 draw vs. Real Sociedad.

We’d love to see what the red card version of this offence looks like.

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Weekend Results: Crossing The Line


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This is moments away from becoming pornographic. Anyone got any further footage? We’ll pay. Image: AFP PHOTO/PATRIK STOLLARZ.

We’ve got no time for pleasantries, just straight up action for today, Kickettes.

Same as when we’re on a date.


David Villa: Hot ‘Baller Presents Bronzed Book Cover


Image: MundoDeportivo.com.

Earlier today David Villa presented the eighth edition of the book ”Relatos Solidarios” – a compilation of short stories written by 42 journos with Villa contributing as well. The book was dedicated to Dani Montesinos, a journalist who tragically died in an accident but was represented in spirit by his parents, widow and brother (L-R, above) at Thursday’s launch. This year, all book proceeds will be put towards building a leisure space for teens at the Hospital de Sant Joan de Deu.

Whew. That was a lot of “real” reporting work right there, regardless of whether or not it was translated properly (it probably wasn’t – our fact checker’s out sick today).

As a reward to ourselves, we’re putting up our out of office messages so we can sit back and enjoy that sassy soul patch of Dah-veed’s for the next 30 minutes without interruption. We highly recommend you do the same, Kickettes.

Midweek Results: It’s All Kicking Off


Crowing over a broken man. Leave that stuff to the experts, Neven Subotic. We have it covered. Image: CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/Getty Images.

It would suit our work/relaxation ratio much better if league-changing events were restricted to the weekend.

Sadly, it seems that no one cares about this apart from us.