Thursday, September 19, 2013

Klopp Loses It!

Hahahahaha! Jurgen Klopp just blew his topp!

He apologized for his behavior afterward.

Napoli 2 - 1 Dortmund

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Thinking Back

Yes, yes, yes, I know I could have gone with "reminiscing" but I was "thinking back" so there you go! Whilst, thinking back, I came across this CLASSIC! That's for you Oye ;oP

Football Roundtable 2.0

It's been a while. Many things have transpired since then. Anynow, there hasn't been a post since 2008. Since 2008, we've added to the all star squad of pundits. You will be reading from them soon, I imagine? That is up to them. So 10/15/2011 is the official launch of Football Roundtable 2.0. Make sure to invite your friends and enemies to comment. I can assure you we will respond as necessary! Champions to Wankers we will respond!

Saturday, October 25, 2008

What the F$@K?

Can you believe Hull shares the top of the table this season with Liverpool and Chelsea? They beat up on West Brom today 3-0! Miracles do happen.

Sorry for the Inactivity, But Duty Calls at Times...Now for THE SCOOP

Old Bean, Ronaldo may be striking for PSV. That would be a great move for the mid-table side. Especially after the last few seasons...UGH!

Monday, September 15, 2008

Ah ha!

I called this match with my boy Oye at Liverpool 2 - 1 Manchester United! I'm happy ;o)

Friday, July 4, 2008

The Scoop

Well, who didn't think that Roman Abromovich was going to go after his fellow Ruskie, Andrei Arshavin after his Euro Cup performance? Not me, and I think I called it earlier on. Don't hold me to that though...

Monday, June 30, 2008

Euro 2008

Barcelona's Xavier Hernández has been named the Player of the Tournament for this year's Euro's.

With that here is UEFA's squad of the tournament:

Goalkeepers: Buffon (Italy), Casillas (Spain), van der Sar (Holland).

Bosingwa (Portugal), Lahm (Germany), Marchena (Spain), Pepe (Portugal), Puyol (Spain), Zhirkov (Russia).

Hamit Altintop (Turkey), Modric (Croatia), Senna (Spain), Xavi (Spain), Zyryanov (Russia), Ballack (Germany), Fabregas (Spain), Iniesta (Spain), Podolski (Germany), Sneijder (Holland).

Arshavin (Russia), Pavlyuchenko (Russia), Torres (Spain), Villa (Spain).

Les Bleus

Didier Dechamps may be on the verge of taking over a squad that needs massive changes and lots of work before the next World Cup.

Euro 2008

Congratulations are in order for Spain after their deserved 1-0 victory over Germany yesterday.

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Monday, June 23, 2008

Footie Fun!

Remi Gaillard