Monday, March 31, 2014

Mario Balotelli is happy in Italy

Ac milan are 7th on the Seria A log but Balotelli and his teammate Robinho would not be bothered.
The former Manchester City striker took to the social media site to share a happy snap with his Rossoneri team-mate Robinho after a 'good weekend' at the San Siro.
The 23-year-old clearly couldn't hide his delight after he helping guide Milan to a 3-0 Serie A win against Chievo Verona on Saturday.


Here is the Seria A standings.
  Overall
Home
Away
 
POS
TEAMPWDLFA
WDLFA
WDLFA
GDPts
1 Juventus 31 26 3 2 67 22
15 0 0 40 9
11 3 2 27 13
45 81
2 AS Roma 30 21 7 2 58 15
12 3 0 35 5
9 4 2 23 10
43 70
3 Napoli 31 19 7 5 59 32
10 4 2 31 12
9 3 3 28 20
27 64
4 Fiorentina 31 15 7 9 49 33
8 3 4 29 21
7 4 5 20 12
16 52
5 Internazionale 30 12 12 6 47 31
7 7 2 21 15
5 5 4 26 16
16 48
6 Parma 30 12 11 7 49 37
6 7 2 22 16
6 4 5 27 21
12 47
7 Atalanta 31 14 4 13 37 39
10 2 3 24 16
4 2 10 13 23
-2 46
8 Lazio 31 12 9 10 40 40
8 4 3 23 15
4 5 7 17 25
0 45
9 Hellas Verona 31 13 4 14 46 52
9 2 5 26 21
4 2 9 20 31
-6 43
10 Torino 31 11 9 11 45 40
7 5 4 26 18
4 4 7 19 22
5 42
11 AC Milan 31 11 9 11 47 43
7 4 4 21 16
4 5 7 26 27
4 42
12 Sampdoria 31 11 8 12 40 43
6 5 5 24 19
5 3 7 16 24
-3 41
13 Genoa 31 10 9 12 34 39
7 4 4 19 15
3 5 8 15 24
-5 39
14 Udinese 30 10 5 15 33 42
7 2 5 17 15
3 3 10 16 27
-9 35

Balotelli now has two goals in as many games with the goal against Chievo his 45th Serie A goal in 95 matches. So i guess there is still cause to celebrate.

Has any one seen the premier league table lately

Liverpool are toping the premier league table for the first time since December
Everton are four points off the top 4 with a game in hand
Manchester city are also four points off the league leaders but they have 2 games to play
Manchester united remain 7th but they are now closer to Tottenham who lost to Livepool this weekend.

 
 
POS TEAM PLD W D L F A GD PTS Last 6
1 Liverpool 32 22 5 5 88 39 49 71
2 Chelsea 32 21 6 5 62 24 38 69
3 Manchester City 30 21 4 5 80 28 52 67
4 Arsenal 32 19 7 6 56 37 19 64
5 Everton 31 17 9 5 49 31 18 60
6 Tottenham Hotspur 32 17 5 10 40 44 -4 56
7 Manchester United 32 16 6 10 52 38 14 54
8 Southampton 32 13 9 10 49 40 9 48
9 Newcastle United 32 14 4 14 38 47 -9 46
10 Stoke City 32 10 10 12 37 45 -8 40
11 West Ham United 31 9 7 15 34 41 -7 34
12 Aston Villa 31 9 7 15 34 46 -12 34
13 Swansea City 32 8 9 15 45 48 -3 33
14 Hull City 32 9 6 17 33 40 -7 33
15 Norwich City 32 8 8 16 26 51 -25 32
16 Crystal Palace 31 9 4 18 20 39 -19 31
17 West Bromwich Albion 31 5 14 12 36 48 -12 29
18 Cardiff City 32 6 8 18 29 61 -32 26
19 Sunderland 29 6 7 16 27 46 -19 25
20 Fulham 32 7 3 22 31 73 -42 24


Uefa Champions League: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Europa League: 5th
Relegation: 18th, 19th, 20th

Tottenham players looking dis-interested before their game against Liverpool


Did they already know that they were going to loose. Pictured above are tottenham players about to get on the field against Liverpool. Mark Lawrenson of the BBC made an observation that Tottenham players looked like they were waiting for a bus just seconds before kick-off at Anfield.
‘Look at the body language; Liverpool are warming up like champions, Spurs look like they are waiting for a bus,’ delivered the BBC pundit in cutting comparison.

Just 90 seconds into the game, Spurs predctably conceded a goal. 


Sunday, March 30, 2014

Classless Mourinho attacks ball boy.

Jose Mourinho will avoid punishment from the FA despite whispering to a Crystal Palace ball boy that he risks being punched for slowing down play.
The youngster was slow giving the ball back when Cesar Azpilicueta was attempting to take a quick throw in the 1-0 Blues defeat.
The frustration was clearly getting to the Chelsea boss after an abject performance when he confronted the ball boy.

Mourinho said he was trying to avoid an incident similar to when Eden Hazard was sent off for kicking a ballboy at Swansea last season.
‘I thought Cesar Azpilicueta was going to lose emotional control (with the ballboy) and the kids are educated to do this but if a player hits a ballboy then the person who educates them disappears and the player is in trouble for pushing or punching the kid.
‘I had a chance to get the kid and the kid was cute and I told him “you do this, one day somebody punches you”. We saw what happened with Eden.’
The referee saw the incident, but didn't include it in his post-match report.
Jose Mourinho laid into his big-name players for going missing in the shock 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace — and he conceded Chelsea are out of the title race, despite hanging onto top spot after Manchester City could only draw 1-1 at Arsenal.
He had nothing but praise for defenders such as John Terry, whose 52nd-minute own-goal handed Palace their unexpected triumph.
But when asked what quality Chelsea needed to win the Premier League title, Mourinho wrote on a piece of paper: 'balls'.
He tore into his attacking gems who failed dismally to light up Selhurst Park, just as they’d failed to inspire Chelsea when they crashed to defeat at Aston Villa two weeks ago.
Mourino said: ‘Clearly we have some players who because of their profile they find it difficult to perform in some profile of matches.’

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Floyd May Weather wants to be left alone.

video

Floyd is still doing his thing in Vegas. He was spotted at the Gucci store spending some money, and also got a little feisty with some unruly fans. He told fans that 'i just want to be left alone'. He won't greet.

Real Madrid are in disarray!

Lately there seems to be a general lack of concentration among Real madrid players.

1. Gareth Bale left the pitch in the last game against Sevilla to change his boots.
Gareth Bale decided to leave the pitch 25 minutes into the second half because he wanted to change his boots. He went to the side of the pitch and one of the squad's kit men handed him a new pair of boots.
Whilst the Welshman was taking his boots off and putting on new ones by the touchline, Sevilla began an unhindered counter-attack on the left-wing exactly where Bale should have been defending.
The ball reached Rakitic on the half-way line and Pepe, who was completely outside his area, raced to the left flank to try to block the Croatian's counter-attack. The Portuguese centre-back was subjected to an unforgettable reverse flick-over and he tried helplessly and clumsily to keep up with Rakitic's charge. Rakitic then set Bacca up to make it 2-1 for Sevilla.

2. Ronaldo and Gareth bale disagreed over who should take a free-kick. 

  • Ronaldo was visibly angry with teammate Gareth Bale when the Welshman clearly showed that he was going to take the direct free kick himself in an attempt to come back from being 2-1 down to Sevilla. The shot went high over the crossbar and Ronaldo went back to his position with a face that said it all.
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3. Players are missing training!

    It's not clear yet why but luca Modric missed training. But something is just not right. Spanish news source Marca.com reports that Luca Modric was not available for training on friday.
Gareth Bale decided to leave the pitch 25 minutes into the second half because he wanted to change his boots. He went to the side of the pitch and one of the squad's kit men handed him a new pair of boots.
Whilst the Welshman was taking his boots off and putting on new ones by the touchline, Sevilla began an unhindered counter-attack on the left-wing exactly where Bale should have been defending.
The ball reached Rakitic on the half-way line and Pepe, who was completely outside his area, raced to the left flank to try to block the Croatian's counter-attack. The Portuguese centre-back was subjected to an unforgettable reverse flick-over and he tried helplessly and clumsily to keep up with Rakitic's charge. Rakitic then set Bacca up to make it 2-1 for Sevilla.
Gareth Bale decided to leave the pitch 25 minutes into the second half because he wanted to change his boots. He went to the side of the pitch and one of the squad's kit men handed him a new pair of boots.
Whilst the Welshman was taking his boots off and putting on new ones by the touchline, Sevilla began an unhindered counter-attack on the left-wing exactly where Bale should have been defending.
The ball reached Rakitic on the half-way line and Pepe, who was completely outside his area, raced to the left flank to try to block the Croatian's counter-attack. The Portuguese centre-back was subjected to an unforgettable reverse flick-over and he tried helplessly and clumsily to keep up with Rakitic's charge. Rakitic then set Bacca up to make it 2-1 for Sevilla.
Gareth Bale decided to leave the pitch 25 minutes into the second half because he wanted to change his boots. He went to the side of the pitch and one of the squad's kit men handed him a new pair of boots.
Whilst the Welshman was taking his boots off and putting on new ones by the touchline, Sevilla began an unhindered counter-attack on the left-wing exactly where Bale should have been defending.
The ball reached Rakitic on the half-way line and Pepe, who was completely outside his area, raced to the left flank to try to block the Croatian's counter-attack. The Portuguese centre-back was subjected to an unforgettable reverse flick-over and he tried helplessly and clumsily to keep up with Rakitic's charge. Rakitic then set Bacca up to make it 2-1 for Sevilla.
Gareth Bale decided to leave the pitch 25 minutes into the second half because he wanted to change his boots. He went to the side of the pitch and one of the squad's kit men handed him a new pair of boots.
Whilst the Welshman was taking his boots off and putting on new ones by the touchline, Sevilla began an unhindered counter-attack on the left-wing exactly where Bale should have been defending.
The ball reached Rakitic on the half-way line and Pepe, who was completely outside his area, raced to the left flank to try to block the Croatian's counter-attack. The Portuguese centre-back was subjected to an unforgettable reverse flick-over and he tried helplessly and clumsily to keep up with Rakitic's charge. Rakitic then set Bacca up to make it 2-1 for Sevilla.