March 29th, 2010
Weekend Results: Exciting And… Erotic
Spring has sprung ladies, and as we all know, in Springtime a young footballer’s thoughts turn to love. Or, in the case of Celtic’s Josh Thompson, something else entirely. We are not the only ones to think this goal celebration looks a bit, well, thorough, are we?
Anyway, Robbie seems pleased. The matter has been referred to the Kickette Short Tent Institute and we will revert in due course.
Another rather alarming/sshweet manifestation of ‘baller joy came from Stamford Bridge where it appears that Frank Lampard has forgiven John Terry for his recent betrayal and rekindled their love. He celebrated by scoring four of the seven goals that Chelsea put past Aston Villa on Saturday. John is grateful.
All this of course, is bad news for Arsenal fans, who not only had to contend with a late equalizer that may/may not threaten their chances in the EPL title race but now there’s also a knee situ for Cescy Fab, which if true will definitely threaten their chances in this week’s Champions League tie against Barcelona.
Wins for the Seattle Sounders, Real Salt Lake & Kansas City Wizards on the first weekend of the new MLS season. Fill us in on the special deets about your team, please, US Kickettes! (And by special deets, we mean sexy players, obviously.)
A big congratulations to Marseille, who won the League Cup over Bordeaux 3-1, ending a 17 years title drought. Well done! We will now race to comfort Yoann in his time of shirtless (we hope) need.
And finally, the Madrid derby took place last night. Whether Iker removed his shorts in relief at Real’s rather inevitable second half comeback or was simply trying to send an apologetic message to the Kickette office over this, we are unsure. We also no longer care.
Your thoughts on la weekend, please?