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joeallen24:

Steven Gerrard announces his international retirement.
Thank you Captain Stevie!!!!!!!

joeallen24:

Steven Gerrard announces his international retirement.

Thank you Captain Stevie!!!!!!!


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STEVEN GERRARD HAS ANNOUNCED HIS RETIREMENT FROM INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL FUCK I’M SAD


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Your sports teams are like your children. You don’t love them because they are good. You love them because they are yours.


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German football star Mesut Ozil has paid for the surgeries of 23 Brazillian children to show thanks for their World Cup hospitality. Ozil had orginally pledged to pay for 11 surgeries before increasing his pledge to 23.


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neuers:

the fact that I can identify my footballers by their running says something about me


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The joy of being a football supporter

  • Me: we're fucked, we're totally fucked
  • Me (after 0.3 seconds): WE'RE THE FUCKING BEST TEAM OF THE WORLD

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cull3nblaze:

“Positions are just a social construct that mean nothing to the enlightened man.” – German philosopher Manuel Neuer ( Ryan Nanni)


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The Original World Cup Trophy.
The Jules Rimet Cup (originally named for the World Cup's founding father) had an eventful history, beginning with a tenure hidden in a box under a bed during World War II. It was stolen in 1966 while on display in England. With the help of a small dog named Pickles, the famed English detectives of Scotland Yard were able to retrieve the Trophy which was hidden in a suburban garden.

In 1983, the Trophy was again stolen in Rio de Janeiro, never to be seen again. It is widely believed that it was melted down by thieves.
The Original World Cup Trophy.

The Jules Rimet Cup (originally named for the World Cup's
founding father) had an eventful history, beginning with a tenure hidden in a box under a bed during World War II. It was stolen in 1966 while on display in England. With the help of a small dog named Pickles, the famed English detectives of Scotland Yard were able to retrieve the Trophy which was hidden in a suburban garden. In 1983, the Trophy was again stolen in Rio de Janeiro, never to be seen again. It is widely believed that it was melted down by thieves.