October 27th, 2011

Midweek Results Pt II: It’s All About Perspective

Yes, that it a platoon of Kickette Soldiers approaching you in a pincer movement, Ezequiel Lavezzi. And no. You don’t stand a cat in hell’s chance. Image: Giuseppe Bellini/Getty Images Europe.

Perspective. It’s all about the way you look at things, Kickettes. Like, we’re sure that there is a positive angle from which other clubs and fans can view Manchester City’s awesomeness at the moment.

If anyone can locate where that angle is, could you let us know?

Carling Cup

Stoke City 1-2 Liverpool

Clearly Luis Suarez is not used to being told ‘You are the love of my life’ by sixty-year-old men from Glasgow. Let’s hope he figures it out – it’s not like Liverpool can afford to lose him. Image: Getty Images.


Wolverhampton 2-5 Manchester City

They’re going to get bored with congratulating each other soon, aren’t they? Aren’t they? Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville.


Everton 1-2 Chelsea

This was a really good opportunity for you to show us what you are made of, Oriol Romeu. Frankly, we’re now just disturbed. Image: Michael Regan/Getty Images.


La Liga

Real Madrid 3-0 Villarreal

And an aria is appropriate at this stage of the game, is it, Jose? OK, well, you’re the boss. Who are we to argue? Image: Getty Images.


Serie A

Atalanta 1-1 Inter Milan

It’s good  to see that despite their poor run of form, management and playing staff are sticking together. Gulp. Image: REUTERS/Giorgio Perottino.


AC Milan 4-1 Parma

Either the angle is deceptive here, or Kevin-Prince Boeteng used up his weekly skill quotient with his hat-trick vs. Lecce last weekend. Alberto Aquilani’s expression suggests the latter. Image: Claudio Villa/Getty Images Europe.


Lazio 1-1 Catania

Someone has been taking our  ‘How To Fell A Footballer’ series too seriously, haven’t they? It’s a  joke, guys! We’re not looking for another brush with the authorities. Image: Paolo Bruno/Getty Images Europe.


Thoughts, people?

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28 Responses to “Midweek Results Pt II: It’s All About Perspective”

  1. This post is very well written, also has a lot of informations. Thank you.

  2. If anyone can locate where that angle is, could you let us know?
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  3. kezliura says:

    am so proud of Levante. They are proving that another team other then Real Madrid or Barca can actually be on the top and win games. remede de grand mere

  4. kezliura says:

    Ezequiel Lavezzi has a lots of tattoos ;) )..Like them .. creme anti rides

  5. Dried Fruits says:

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  7. Nefertiri Ishtar says:

    Poor Miroslav!!!!!!!

  8. Marina_Isabella says:

    Dude! does he (Lavezzi) have a Maradona tattoo?… :p



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  11. Madrista says:

    HALA MADRID! I was barfing rainbows during the first half of this match. My beloved team. *hearts in my eyes*

  12. Mrs. Q.Borri says:

    My God Manchester City are on fire!!!! Everytime I see a post of results they are always winning!!! :D they should be so happy for thoose results, they are doing amazing. Good for them! and the fans!!

  13. Peanut9188 says:

    Thank you for a lovely Lavezzi photo!! Forza Napoli!

  14. Miss XOXO says:

    Yes, the blues win…

  15. KL7 says:

    Hala Madrid! Great game from the boys. Good to see Kaka for the full 90 min. And Mou's pic… I know I'd be serenading all those hotties if I got close enough on the sidelines too!

  16. Sarah, Madrid says:

    Jose looks smoking in this picture, I am so happy for my Kaka!! Happy he get called for Brazil, Di Maria!!!!! he is on fire "not Balotteli kind of fire"! Hala Madrd, I love this team, they make me happy!

    Levante, the fairytale is still going on, what a come back from 1-0 down, scoring the winning in the +3 minute to make it 3-2, Levante, keep eating your pizza and drnking your beer, it is working out perfectly for you!.

    • AC_USA says:

      I am so proud of Levante. They are proving that another team other then Real Madrid or Barca can actually be on the top and win games. So many people considered Spanish league boring because of this, and I was starting to as well. But Levante-way to go. Proud of those boys. I am happy for Kaka too. He needs to get his "mojo" back.
      BRw-My City-way to go. Look at Dzeko. His smile just kills me every single time. :( But way to go City. Keep them coming, and keep winning :)

      • Rossanera says:

        One week does not a watershed make, though. (Not to detract from Levante's awesome achievement!) I think this will be a positive trend IF it lasts. If either of those two overtake them and La Liga goes back to being a two-horse race, well …

        • Sarah, Madrid says:

          Well, Levante along side Madrid and Barc for the second half of last season had the best record in la liga which allow them to stay in the league because they were danger of relegating due to their horrible first half record.

          I know they wont contiune because they have no depth I think they own about 15 players, since Copa Del Rey is on the corner, they will not be able to contiune playing on both side, I hope I am wrong

          • Gladys says:

            I feel like all of us La Liga fans are going to be sad the next time they lose. That game sounded incredible (I only read the live feed but even in words it was exciting– Levante kept falling behind or tying then recovering. The atmosphere in the stadium must have been incredible.) Only 15 players on the squad is pretty scary. I hope they can stay strong until the winter transfer window, then maybe someone will loan them a few young promising players who need the experience (especially if they continue at or towards the top).

            • Sarah, Madrid says:

              Exactly! Levante helping us la liga fans prove it you know what La Liga is exicting, we have good clubs, I do believe that madrid and barc are just too good of clubs, put them in any other league in the world and they still will dominate, and again tv-rights that help no-one, the financial crisis too!!

      • mata says:

        Hear, hear, totally agree! And if Kickette doesn't start posting more pics of Dzeko I won't be responsible for my actions.

      • comguipa says:

        If either of those two overtake them and La Liga goes back to being a two-horse race, well …

    • DebS says:

      Sarah, I always look forward to your posts! lol love the Balotteli comment too. :p

      I totally agree with you about Angel. His passing has been immaculate AND he hasn't been diving!!!! I hope Mou put the fear of God in him about that. He's too good of a player to resort to that.

      The guys are playing some great, entertaining football and it seems everyone is in good form and playing well together. Sergio, Marcelo and Arbeloa have had some really good games lately. Love these guys!

      I too am happy for Levante. I hate to see teams struggle, especially just because they don't have the money to go out and get different players. It's great to see teams do well without multi-millions to spend.