October 25th, 2012

Champions League Observations, Part II: Stressful Shebrahimovic Shenanigans

helena seger wife WAG paris transferRegrettably, Drew, we did notice the ‘do. What kind of uglyitis fashion abomination was that?

We also picked up on Francesco Acerbi’s ‘I’m sad in a butterfly sit’ sulking, Vito Mannone going down on Ibrahim Afellay – literally – and the fact that we carelessly misplaced our binders full of ‘ballers during halftime (thanks for the idea, Mittens), which were still ruing several caffeinated hours later.

How did woeful loss Wednesday treat our lovely readers? Were you disturbed by your late night snack choices (we stress ate our nails to basically nothing). And didn’t last night feel like you were watching a Three Stoges rerun or something? Trios of players, impossibly tangled up the way a yarn ball is, pissy as hell, as if they’re about to bring down the runner purely by slapstick comedy?

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29 Responses to “Champions League Observations, Part II: Stressful Shebrahimovic Shenanigans”

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  2. ere to support my team, and Rod is a total legend! Also it's so nice to read all the nice comments about Celtic, I am so proud of them! Not only that i cannot believe i got to see Barca! Bringing

  3. sohbet says:

    night of my life!! So happy to have been there to support my team, and Rod is a total legend! Also it's so nice to read all the nice comments about Celtic, I am so proud of them! Not only that i cannot believe i got to see Barca! Bringing

  4. Sarah, Madrid says:

    "90 minutes in Bernabeu is long" Dortmund! with that said, they were totally better team, they found out our left side is a weakness, poor Essien he looked so clueless, Mourinho totally failed this one, Dortmund played like we do vs other teams, I loved them, I loved the pitch invader who asked Cristano for his jersey and blew him a kiss jeje, with saying that I know how dangerous those could be

    • Kristina says:

      I thought RM had a good game, I thought it was a tough, tight game. It was a delight to watch because of the fantastic football. But for you as a Madridista I can understand that it wasn't. And I agree with you on Essien.

      • Sarah, Madrid says:

        That what neutral keep telling us, but I still think RM could have played much better, Di Maria was having a bad game, almost all of his end passes bad, Ozil was close to invisible in some part of the game, so was Xabi! we did miss our flanks especially Marcelo, his connection with Cristano, no one can match it

  5. embla says:

    Zlatan's new 'do is fabulous! Ponytail's finally back…but shorter and fuller (again, flat ironed because his hair is naturally curly). Of course, Zlatan wears his hair the way Zlatan wants. He's proud of his hair. And I want to stroke it. ;)

  6. Kristina says:

    I saw the Dortmund – Real Madrid game, and wow what a game! Fantastic entertainment from both teams! At least for a neutral. It must have been a treat for the home crowd. Hope I will be able to catch the sequel at the Bernabeu. German boys are so fantastic! Reus, Hummels and Özil!

    • Thea says:

      It was a fair result – that group is TOUGH, it may be that RM and CITY both crash out! Kind of glad Barcelona are getting it slightly easier!

      • Kristina says:

        I feel quite sure that RM will pull through. Man C on the other hand… Barcelona need to get their defense back in order. I want Bartra to start, he did a good job plus he's kind of tall. I'm one of those that prefer it when Barca is forced to fight, like they did against Depor. And when the opponents really believe in themselves and does not hide out in their own penalty area. Even if it kills me :) . Well, football should be suspense. I wouldn't watch it if it wasn't.

        • Thea says:

          Very true – it's just good to see 'smaller fry' like Dortmund and Ajax pull things off!! Barcelona need to fight more for sure!

          • Sarah, Madrid says:

            Dortmund is champions for Germany for 2 years in row ahead of Bayern who are one of the currently best teams in the world and of course Europe, how are they "smaller fry'?
            Somehow, every time RM and Barcelona enter a game they enter with an overwhelming favorite tag, which gives neural false sense of us for example entering game and destroying everyone! it is wrong, I would been happy with 1 point from Dortmund game! I don't think of hem as "smaller fry" at all.
            Both of these teams have much greater history in Europe more than City too.

            • Thea says:

              Sorry I did use the term in brackets bacuse it can be how they are preiceved in the media – but both a worthy teams which is shown by their Victories!! But then again hey – so are Celtic and look at the result there!

              • Sarah, Madrid says:

                Well as you want regarding part Cetlic vs Dortmund, I don't think anyone think so though that these two teams are at same level!

          • Kristina says:

            Fight, and win ;) .

      • xoWinnie says:

        lol you'd like that, wouldn't you

  7. tammyv says:

    Oh lord Andrew.. stop with the sexism. To looks like a female soccer player is not an insult.

  8. Gladys says:

    Having a crap day at work. Picturing myself in that black and gold uniform clutching Ibi's right thigh is the only thing making it better. Thanks, Kickette.

  9. PhilippaB says:

    I went to Mosson to watch Montpellier totally dominate their game against Olympiakos, but score only one actual goal, so the visitors then pulled one back almost by mistake and finished with an injury-time winner.
    Superb evening. <head-desk>
    Anyway – Benji Stambouli won some sort of prize for playing in his fourth position of the season, having added right-back to the CV. Creditable. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thu…

    • sofia says:

      olympiakos ruleeeeezzz…!!!!!!!!!!! lots of love from greece!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :P PPP "είσαι στο μυαλοοοοο κάτι μαγικοοοοο…"

  10. German_Girl says:

    Unfortunately I missed all the games as I was out last night.

    But I have to say well done to Dortmund (my Dad's team) for managing to beat Real Madrid, who are surely one of the hot favourites of the competition!

    As for Man City, I don't know what to say. I guess Ajax did very well, especially if what I read is true and their entire team only cost 3.75 million.

    • tammyv says:

      Ajex will sell that squad for what 100 mil or something? God they breed young talent like rabbits

    • dancingapple says:

      I missed them too! I hold out hope that City will do better next year…

      Also, I accidentally down voted your comment and I can't fix it. I'm sorry. :( ((((((