'Randoms' Category

La Liga, Serie A May Soon Disappear For Viewers in America


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Image: Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images Europe.

Update: We’ve been slow on this news and not with good reason. Soz gang!

Reader, Carolina, writes in:

“Very sad news for us USA Kickettes that don’t have satellite service.  ESPN3 did stream the Spanish Super Cup, but not sure if they will show other Liga matches.”

American Kickettes, what do you make of this potential news? Will you self combust if you aren’t able to see Higi’s short tent or any of Parma’s torsos on the reg?

Flashback: Name This ‘Baller As A Boy


Anyone else finding it hard to string together coherent thoughts together today? Not to mention, our manicures need manicures after hitting refresh on the live transfer update sites.


Good Week/Bad Week: Thighs, Sighs & Other Guys


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It’s Friday! In between planning our weekends, panicking about our hair and looking at pictures of Prince Harry in the nude, we wrote this for you.

There may be typos. We’ve burned our eyes on the scandal of it all.


Decisions, Decisions: Puppets Or Plush Toys?


Kickettes, would you rather…

A) Play puppet to Andres Iniesta’s CTR360 Maestri III mastery for a day, or

B) Sleep soundly with your soft and cuddly Thomas Müller doll forever?

We each currently own two life size David Beckham cardboard cut-outs (one for the office and one for our flats), so naturally our vote is in favour of the beauty sleep accessory. It won’t quell our insomnia quite like a Celine Luggage handbag, mind you. But it’s promise is fairly decent nonetheless.

Opportunity Knocks: Are You The Next Sara Carbonero?


Are you a Kickette Cadet with worldly interests way beyond your 12-16 years? If so, why not take the opportunity to make some use of your energy instead of wasting it perving over hot boys?

The FA WSL (Women’s Super League) are working with ESPN to find the next generation of TV sports reporter. All you have to do is make and upload an original, single-camera 60-second video report on a recent sport event to your own YouTube account and then visit www.fawsl.com to find out how to submit the URL.

Presumably it needs to be a proper sports report, and not badly filmed outburst of a drunken Kickette staffer crying into her beverage because Sergio Ramos will never love her. There’s a reason why we’re here writing this and not presenting for a living, if you haven’t caught on by now.

And remember, if you’re really good, you might get to follow in the footsteps of Sara Carbonero (or Rebecca Lowe). We all know what happens to her after major sporting events, so good luck!

We swear no one paid us to write this; we genuinely want to see one of our readers ascend to presenter greatness (mainly because we’re wildly competitive and loathe losing, but still). Image: © PA Photos.