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‘Ballers On Breaks: Aurelien Collin In Thailand

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He has his own boat, apparently.

Weekend Results: Great Balls Of Fire

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Michu is somewhere under his Swansea team-mates Picture: ACTION IMAGES

Michu is somewhere under his Swansea team-mates, we think. Image: Action Images.

Hope everyone has recovered from the madness that was this weekend! We personally are in serious need of some vitamins after seeing so many cramped legs, wet hair-dos, bloody body parts and yellow cards. Lest we forget a few curious ‘transfer’ rumours, too.

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Patrick Ianni: 2012 MLS Goal Of The Year Scorer

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Images: SoundersFC.com.

MLS seattle 2012 goal scorerLadies and gents, we present to you the pecs, abs and lips partly responsible for powering this year’s MLS Goal of the Year. For the unfamiliar, these finely toned (don’t forget pouty and plump) body parts belong to Patrick Ianni of the Seattle Sounders.

So to recap: an award winning ‘baller who is as tall as his happy trail is long?

Yeah, we’ll drink to that.

The Keanes: Coordinating Cuties

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LA Galaxy forward Robbie Keane took his wife Claudine and their adorable son Robert for a spot of lunch at Hollywood’s The Grove shopping center last week. They’ve got that all-American look down, yes? Furthermore, isn’t this the best Claudine has ever looked? There is not a bandage dress or mismatched accessory in sight. Brava. The Galaxy play for the MLS Cup on Saturday.

Weekend Results: New Day, Same Complex

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Image: Eric Christian Smith/Getty Images North America.

Usually we lean towards a ‘multitasking’ approach to the weekend matches; the tendency towards exhibition football by the bigger clubs allowing us to freely surf for handbags whilst keeping half an eye on the games.

Not to worry, though. We’ve compiled a short montage of this past’s key moments for our beloved Kickettes today.

And by key moments, we mean gratuitous shots of men focused on doing their jobs as professional athletes that we have turned into cheap, tawdry moments of objectification for our own amusement.

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