August 24th, 2012
Good Week/Bad Week: Thighs, Sighs & Other Guys
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.
Nice To Tweet You! Bayern Munich have a Twitter account, but so far, they’re just tweeting news about the team. When they get bored of that they’ll start posting pics of players in the shower. We’re sure of it, Kickettes.
Thanks For The Memories: The man who brought underwear modelling to the footballing glitterati has retired. Freddie Ljungberg announced the news on his Twitter feed this morning and while it’s sad, the announcement did give us cause to stare at this picture again. Every cloud, etc.
Thank Him Later: Football is just so popular these days, isn’t it? Mere seconds after Usain Bolt expressed interest in a large contract wit Manchester United, Drake let’s us all have a peek at his colours by slipping into a Toronto FC kit recently and having a knock about. No word yet on a contract, but it’s only a matter of time, surely?
The thighs in happier times. Image: AP Photo/Lai Seng Sin.
Hampered Hammies: Sergio Aguero’s thighs are only going to be absent from EPL pitches for a month, according to his boss Roberto Mancini. The thighs* were involved in a collision during Manchester City’s opening EPL match vs. Southampton, and there was speculation they might be out for up to six months. *It was actually his knee that was injured, but we’ve yet to turn knees into an object of desire. We’re working on it, though.
Deuce Ding Dong: Fulham must be used to illegal approaches for Clint Dempsey (we’ve made enough) but Martin Jol has got so peed off with Liverpool’s reported flirtations that they’ve reported ‘em to the FA. Dempsey has yet to appear for Fulham this season and has been left out of the team to face Manchester United tomorrow.
Short Memories: Cologne manager Holger Stanislawski had issued a plea to footballs fans to have sex in the stands instead of fighting. This might sound like good news, but we remember this. And shudder with horror.