'La Liga' Category
This was insufficient to inspire Roma to a win. Hard to believe, really, isn’t it? Image: Getty Images/Daylife
Painful injuries, hysterical, uncontrolled celebrations, a dash of emergency thigh massage and some cheeky tongue waggling. A typical night out with the Kickette crew, perhaps ? Well, that’s for us to know and our lawyers to worry about.
Meanwhile, why don’t you join us for our regular Monday roundup of all the exciting European results? Ahem.
Well this is convenient. Some of our favourite German lads (in Cologne on September 3rd to watch some boxing punch up situ) are nicely demonstrating the three stages of intoxication we plan on executing this Friday night.
From right, Rene is “happy” drunk; Sami is “I’m so hot right now” drunk; and Mario (on the left) is “I’m going to cut the bartender who only poured 1/2 a shot in my double vodka” drunk. Good times.
Have a great weekend, Kickettes!
If you’re anything like us, you wake up every day wondering: WWGPD?
While we haven’t been granted the complete level of insider access to his life (and pantaloons) that’s necessary to feel complete as people, we do know what he was up to yesterday: doing the product promo thing for his new book, Viatge d’anada i tornada (Round Trip).
At the launch event in Parc de la Ciutadella in Barcelona (which was well attended by fans and teenage girls with their hormones in overdrive), Gerard took a few questions from the crowd, saying he thought Messi was the best player in the world, but remaining silent when the Kickette-planted stalker asked “Will you marry me?”
Perhaps he’s still weighing up the offer.
FYI, when asked how he felt being such a massive Catalan sex symbol, he vaguely replied, “I don’t know what to say.” Psssht. GP, we know you ain’t shy boy. But we appreciate the coy efforts.
Image via Getty/Daylife
Is this the season of injuries, Kickettes? We don’t know what’s swirling around in the atmosphere that’s causing so many awful injuries so soon, but we no likey. As such, we will be looking for answers here until we find them.
In last night’s 0-0 Champions League draw between Manchester United and Rangers, United winger Antonio Valencia suffered a truly horrific broken ankle. We would like to keep our Weetabix down, so seek out photos on your own. He will have an operation today and while there has been no official word from the club yet, he will almost definitely be out for the rest of the season. We will be sending happy, healing thoughts of fluffy unicorns, ice cream and rainbows his way.