November 21st, 2012

Champions League Observations: Revelling In Muscle Group Glory

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As you can see by this rather stacked six pack, Ezequiel Garay was happy. He and his Benfica buddies crushed the hearts of Celtic and the dreams of Rod Stewart  by a score of 2-1. We were equally chuffed that the magic lamp we invested in finally granted our ‘more thighs please!’ wishes.

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Good fun in our heads last night, it was.

If you or your club found itself on the losing side of things last night, we’re thinking of you. May your team’s good looks and chiseled bodies prevail in the end. For those dear readers out there who are numb with neutrality, feel free to reflect on the various hairstyles and team travel kits ahead of tonight’s matches. No emotional ties or stress needed.

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  4. Loninha - Brasil says:

    What matters to me is the fact that Mario Gomez is officially back! More beautiful and wonderful than ever! I love this man!

  5. Miss XOXO says:

    Oh my Chelsea:-((

  6. NinaNoir says:

    All right Mario Gomez is back! Fit as ever, and with only little damage to the Hair. Gotta love him!

    As for Juve-Chelsea, the only great moment in the game was spoiled by a hideous undergarment. Why do they let Nando wear them?! It's outrageous! Show me the freckles!

  7. Kristina says:

    I'm sure there's a lot to say about last nights games, but I take with me two things: Barca winning and Mario Gomez coming back! Yippiiee!

    And is Di Matteo out of a job now? Is there anyone perfect enough for that position?

    • OhDear says:

      I'm hearing that Roman A. really really wants Guardiola, who I hope is sane enough to stay far far away from that position. Rumor has it that it may be Benitez (?!?!) for the rest of the season.

    • Thea says:

      Barca through and on their way! Yipee!!!

      Think managing Chelsea is a posion challace! Really hope this pushes Pep further away from ever taking the job on! Can you imagine – I think even he would be out of a job their by Xmas!!

    • Sarah, Madrid says:

      Who would want this job? if you want your career to go down hill, take over Chelsea job!

      • Thea says:

        On the plus side – you get a healthy pay out when they fire you! So essentially if you can cope with the humiliation you are ser for life!

  8. rip_andos_hair says:

    alas kickette unless i'm much mistaken those are not our clevs' quads, that's buttner. i'll forgive you, that opening six pack is sufficiently distracting.