Dreaming On

auxiliary-rach:

mommy >__< and daddy -__- hahaha LOL

auxiliary-rach:

introducing The 3Dara aka Rach sisters: Zieea Rach (oldest), me-Auxiliary Rach (second child), and Winny Rach (youngest)

auxiliary-rach:

introducing The 3Dara aka Rach sisters: Zieea Rach (oldest), me-Auxiliary Rach (second child), and Winny Rach (youngest)

pipitashaircuts:

Some people should just get a fucking grip already.

Jfc enough with the whining

“omg he’s not supposed to do that”

“omg why is he with her”

Let the players do what they want during off-season. Its their lives. 

My point exactly! Thank you very much!

Manchester United vs AmaZulu FC

Manchester United starting XI v Amazulu: Lindegaard, Brady, Ferdinand, Veseli, Wootton, Carrick, Lingard, Scholes, Macheda, Hernandez, Berba

Man United subs v Amazulu: Johnstone, Vermijl, Blackett, Petrucci, Tunnicliffe, Powell, Valencia, Anderson, Kagawa, Bebe

ullieled:

WHY AM I NOT IN A RAMI-BENZEMA SANDWICH?!?!?!
AM THINKING THE SAME TOO! MY TWO WONDERFUL HUSBANDS!!!!

ullieled:

WHY AM I NOT IN A RAMI-BENZEMA SANDWICH?!?!?!

AM THINKING THE SAME TOO! MY TWO WONDERFUL HUSBANDS!!!!

Fabrice Muamba gets University of Bolton honorary doctorate

Fabrice Muamba
Fabrice Muamba collapsed with a cardiac arrest during an FA Cup match in March

Footballer Fabrice Muamba - whose heart stopped for 78 minutes after he collapsed during a Premier League match - has received an honorary doctorate.

The Bolton Wanderers’ player said he was “very humbled” to accept the award from the town’s university.

The 24-year-old suffered a cardiac arrest during an FA Cup match against Tottenham Hotspur in March.

He said he had accepted the doctorate to celebrate the actions of medical staff who helped to save his life.

Muamba said: “I am very humbled to accept it (the award) on behalf of all the amazing men and women who combined to save my life, the paramedics and medical teams of Bolton Wanderers and Tottenham, ambulance personnel, and of course the consultants, doctors and nurses at The London Chest Hospital.

"My family and I owe them all so much."

'Getting stronger'

His partner Shauna was in attendance at the ceremony with their three-year-old son Joshua.

The footballer said he still did not know if he would be able to resume his professional career.

He said: “I’m getting stronger every day. I’m far away from being back on the football pitch.

"I really, really hope, by the grace of God, that I’ll be back on the pitch but I’m just grateful to the university for this doctorate and I receive it on behalf of everybody who helped me to survive the cardiac arrest."

Muamba’s family fled war in the Democratic Republic of Congo before seeking asylum in the UK.

Despite arriving in London aged 11 unable to speak English, he went on to achieve 10 GCSEs and three A-levels and joined Arsenal FC’s youth academy in 2002 before moving to Birmingham and then Bolton in 2008.

University of Bolton Vice Chancellor Dr George Holmes said: “Fabrice is an exceptional young man in his own right and has received his honorary doctorate to celebrate and recognise the work of the teams who rushed to his aid.”

Mr Muamba was given a tour of the university’s Clinical Simulation Suite where students are trained to deal with cardiac arrest using computerised dummy patients.

SOURCE: bbc.co.uk

alexis-sanchez-fan:

#1 You fall asleep in Alexis’s arms. Alexis: “Shh! You’ll wake her!” Messi: “You really love her don’t you?” Alexis: “She’s my world.”


#2 You and Alexis are outside walking in the park on a beautiful, sunny day. You trip Alexis, only enough for him to stumble; he looks up at you and…

Cristiano Ronaldo’s boots stolen before Bayern semi-final

Apr 18, 2012 11:07:00 AM

By Karthick Arvinth

The Portuguese star’s shirt was also nicked prior to kick-off at the Allianz Arena, while Mesut Ozil and Karim Benzema were also targeted by the mystery thieves.

Cristiano Ronaldo - Real Madrid
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Three Real Madrid players had their preparations for Tuesday’s Champions League semi-final first-leg clash at Bayern Munich disrupted in bizarre fashion as their boots and kits were stolen in the build-up to the game.

According to Marca, six pairs of boots and some shirts were stolen from Madrid’s dressing room at the Allianz Arena, despite the presence of security cameras.

Cristiano Ronaldo had three pairs of his cleats stolen, while the rest reportedly belonged to Mesut Ozil and Karim Benzema.

It was an inauspicious beginning to the evening for the Spaniards, as they went on to lose the match 2-1 courtesy of a last-minute winner from Mario Gomez.

"The stealing of Cristiano’s shoes is a shame, it’s impossible something like that could happen at the Bernabeu," Mourinho fumed in his post-match press conference.

Marca reports that Bayern have not offered any explanation for the theft, while Real have already lodged a complaint to Uefa over the incident.

SOURCE: goal.com

Christian Vieri (ex-Inter): “Messi is a team player, he gives 6-7 assists each games, while Ronaldo often looks for personal success.”

kibblesundbits:

I WANT ONE.