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Weekend Results: Chill. We Got This.

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We know for a fact that interrupting a person’s jumpy claps can have terrible psychological consequences. Poor Mesut. UPDATED IMAGE & PHOTOSHOP CREDIT: Kick TV’s Ryan F’ing Bailey girls and boys.

Apparently, Cristiano has La Liga covered. Anyone else make such bold claims this weekend?

Apart from Mesut Ozil’s sale shopping bags, obviously.

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QOTD: Alessandro Del Piero on Kissing Claudio Marchisio

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Images: AP Photo/Alberto Ramella. Cheers to Kickette reader Niloo for the tip – we wish her luck in her Kickette tipster reporting exam studies!

Alessandro Del Piero graphically explains why a fling between him and Claudio Marchisio would never work out (as well as why he locked lips with his teammate when celebrating a goal):

“I was trying to kiss Claudio Marchisio’s nose, but he moved. I am very happily married and like girls. Besides, he’s not my type.”

Opposites are definitely attracting in your and Marchisio’s case, Signore Del Piero.

We have the pictures to prove it.

Kickette Catch Up: Your Weekend Gossip Cheat Sheet

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AC Milan executive WAG dad Silvio girlfriend of Alexandre Brazilian footballerWhile the Kickette staff were away, the gossip mice did play.

Or something like that.

Saturday

- Pato’s main squeeze, Barbara Berlusconi, went red on her head.

- Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard may be above bribing other brides and grooms, but we’re not.

- It’s never a dull moment when you’re Andrey Arshavin.

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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.

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Gone Too Soon: Piermario Morosini, Livorno

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Image: PIERANUNZI LUCIANO/AFP/Getty Images.

As we are sure you must be aware by now, Livorno’s Piermario Morosini collapsed on the pitch on Saturday during his side’s Serie B game vs. Pescara. Despite efforts to revive him, he passed away.

At 25-years-old Morosini had already suffered terribly in his life, losing both his parents before he was eighteen and his disabled brother shortly after. At the time of his death he was on loan from Udinese, and Antonio Di Natale has confirmed that the club will take on responsibility for the financial and emotional care of Morosini’s sister, whom he supported in life.

Please join us in sending thoughts and prayers to her, and to Morosini’s friends and teammates at this most painful of times.