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What type of job will moyes expect to get or be able to get next?
Harrowing documentary on the execution of Andres Escobar after his own goal against the U.S in the 1994 World Cup Finals. Well worth looking at it in it's entirety if you have a bit of spare time
When asked about the working relationship between himself and the Argentinian superstar Leo Messi, a discreet PepGuardiola has always kept his cards very close to his chest. But when I spoke to him on the subject for my authorised book on the life of "the Flea," this is what the former Barcelona boss told me: "He (Messi) always says it. 'When I close up, I close up, and I won't speak to anyone. I need to get over it by myself. And people need to respect that,'" said Guardiola. "At first it was difficult for me to understand, but with time you do. You realise that he is a different type of person. We all have our little things and during these days you leave him alone and then when you get the feeling that he wants you to talk to him again, you go up to him and you talk." I have said many times that Barcelona often do not play with Leo and that they have simplified their reaction to the problems posed to them by their opponents. Against Athletic Bilbao, the plan was more orthodox with wingers and 4-3-3, and what we saw was a better Leo—just as we saw in the matches against Man City in Europe or Madrid in the league. When asked about the working relationship between himself and the Argentinian superstar Leo Messi, a discreet PepGuardiola has always kept his cards very close to his chest. But when I spoke to him on the subject for my authorised book on the life of "the Flea," this is what the former Barcelona boss told me: "He (Messi) always says it. 'When I close up, I close up, and I won't speak to anyone. I need to get over it by myself. And people need to respect that,'" said Guardiola. "At first it was difficult for me to understand, but with time you do. You realise that he is a different type of person. We all have our little things and during these days you leave him alone and then when you get the feeling that he wants you to talk to him again, you go up to him and you talk." I have said many times that...
Just throwing out a random fun fact of the day. Someone I know plays xbox with Terry and I asked him how Terry must feel being a boyhood united fan and having us all laugh at him and hate him. Apparently he still watches united games when he can and even though he's now a blue through and through, he still has a place in his heart for united. Anyway, there's nothing more to the story, but I thought it was quite interesting considering how we view professional footballers.
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You know the ones the real cuntish looking ones with faces you would smash in if you saw them out on the town. Lets start this shit, here goes.