It was truly dope.
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It was truly dope.
AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli wore a custom pair of boots that were covered in newspaper and tabloid headlines about him.
If AC Milan star Mario Balotelli is best known for anything it’s being an amazing soccer player.
As NFL fans pout like six-year-old b*tches about officiating (AAAARGGGGHHH.
Soccer stars sure have a way with words unlike other professional athletes.
This is basically what I look like when I'm watching 'The Wire'.
The Champions League's version of the elite eight kicked off their first leg match ups this week.
Words By Jason Horitllas, B.
The first week of matches in the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League didn't provide too many surprise results but with top clubs like AC Milan and defending champions FC Barcelona listed on the fixture schedule, great soccer was sure to be seen.
Soccer fans don't have NBA withdrawal; we have the Champions League.
It's only a few days after the release of his latest project, Success Served Cold, and Donny Goines is upset.
Over in the soccer world, championships were decisively won and lost this past weekend. Beginning in Spain, only five points separated Barcelona and Madrid in their annual two-horse race at the start of Saturday morning.
The European domestic leagues may have already begun but the post-World Cup malaise—a hangover for the winning Spanish—is finally over. With the close of the transfer window and thus the end of the associated player movement, players, managers, fans, and everyone in between must accept their fates for the next four crucial months. For some, prospects are especially brighter than others, adeptly wheeling and dealing in a financial climate during which few have dared to venture. And for an even smaller number of clubs, fortunes will look up for years to come with moves like the six listed below. 1. David Villa to Barcelona for 40 million euros Announced prior to the World Cup, its impact was overshadowed by the impending summer showcase.
We have another incident involving a fan running onto the field of play.
Noted immigrant David Beckham appears to be gone from America, at least for now.
There's gonna be a lot of disagreement about this one, but daaaaamn Victoria Beckham looked good at the opening of the new Armani store in New York.
English soccer team Manchester City offered Italian club AC Milan 107-million British pounds for player Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite, better known as Kaká.
Posh is visiting David Beckham in Italy, and she recently went out sporting this modest purse that her husband gave her for Christmas.