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REAL MADRID OR BAYERN MUNCHEN?

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Kobe Bryant’s wife files for divorce from Los Angeles Lakers star

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Kobe Bryant signed his response on Dec. Six months later, she and the then-21-year-old Bryant became engaged. They married on April 18, 2001.

Vanessa Bryant signed the papers on Dec. “He and I will have to deal with that within our marriage, and we will do so. Earlier she had issued her own statement to the media, vowing to stand by her husband.

“I know that my husband has made a mistake — the mistake of adultery,” she said in the statement at the time. Kobe Bryant asked for the same in his response. Vanessa Bryant also requested spousal support.

The Bryants have been through trying times together.. The Bryants countersued Maria Jimenez for violating a confidentiality agreement by talking to reporters about the family.

In the filing, Vanessa Bryant asked for joint legal and physical custody of the couple’s two daughters, Natalia, 8, and Gianna, 5. He is not a criminal.”

ORANGE, Calif. — Kobe Bryant’s wife, who stood by her husband when he was charged with sexual assault in 2003, filed for divorce on Friday from the Los Angeles Lakers star, citing irreconcilable differences after a decade of marriage.

Last year, Kobe and Vanessa Bryant settled litigation with a former maid who accused the NBA star’s wife of harassment. She held his hand and stroked it tenderly as the NBA star admitted he was guilty of adultery — but nothing else. A year later, prosecutors dropped the criminal charge against Kobe Bryant because the woman did not want to go ahead with a trial.

The Bryants “ask that in the interest of our young children and in light of the upcoming holiday season the public respect our privacy during this difficult time,” according to the statement.

Bryant met his future wife in 1999 on a music video shoot when Vanessa Laine was 18 years old. 7 and it was filed Friday, according to the documents.

“The Bryants have resolved all issues incident to their divorce privately with the assistance of counsel and a judgment dissolving their marital status will be entered in 2012,” according to a statement from a representative for the couple.

Vanessa Bryant appeared at a news conference with her husband when he was charged with sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman who worked at the exclusive Lodge & Spa at Cordillera near Vail, Colo., in 2003. 1

VIDEO: Champions League Final 2010 Results – UEFA: Internazionale Milan vs Bayern Munich

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Internazionale Milan had an impressive win, scoring 2 0 and they won the European Champion Clubs Cup.

Amy Saeyang Mattox May 2010

This is their fist win since 1965 so needless to say there was definite elation from the Italian players. The first time was in 1964, the second time was just a year later in 1965.

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According to http://www.uefa.com:

Key moment:Trailing to Militos 35th-minute opener, Thomas Mller could have levelled 20 seconds into the second half but Jlio Csar blocked the low shot with his legs.Numbers game:Inter had just 34% of the possession but proved quality counts for more than quantity with yet another devastating display of counterattacking football.

The game was proved to be spectacular and action packed. Truly amazing win and the crowd went crazy!!! Congratulations Inter Milan!!!

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UEFA logoThe Champions League Final 2010 match between Inter Milan and Bayern Munich results are now in. If you missed the game, just watch the recap below. This is the third time Inter was crowned the European champions

Chelsea FC – Come In Mister Pedro

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Jimmy Greaves began his Chelsea career in August 1957 and scored twenty-two goals from 35 league appearances that season, aged just seventeen. While Januzaj, Kane, and Sterling have all been allowed to grow at their clubs, our talent are shipped off to Arnhem or sunny Middlesbrough. Sorry JC, but we cannot afford to have people running around the pitch and doing nothing of any apparent use. He was aged justeighteen. We may be leaking goals at present, but a failure to score against Arsenic and Manchester Mercenaries suggests that our troubles are not restricted to defensive woes, so congratulations for belatedly recognising that!

I’m just surprised that the great Twitter twit, Rio Ferdinand, hasn’t been letting the world know how dangerous it is for Pedro to commit himself to Chelsea when he might end up on the bench, whereas at ManUre he would be granted a starting place for the rest of his life! Now Chelsea pretty please with sugar on top cast Cuadrado into outer darkness or at least outer space. He was good enough at seventeen. It is a mighty relief to see the Chelsea brains trust get their arses into gear and sign a creative talent. Normally when a spectator invades the pitch, he gets hauled off by the stewards, well Mr Cuadrado is a highly-paid spectator and a club steward needs to drag him through the exit or else instruct him that if he wants to watch a Chelsea match pass him by, then he must buy a ticket like everyone else.

Peter Osgood made forty-seven appearances for Chelsea in the impressive 1965-66 campaign that nearly resulted in FA Cup and European glory. Of course it is preferable to appoint folk with a proven track record, but is it so impossible to field young talented players in our team, or is Mourinho so terrified that they might not deliver to an exceptional standard, unlike the cosmic Cuadrado, the flawless Cahill, the superb Mikel, and the sublime Ramires! I rest my case.

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By Gary Watton

August 19 2015

On behalf of Chelsea Football Club, a warm welcome is extended to Senor Pedro, formerly of the parish of Barcelona. What’s the likelihood that Mourinho would have shoved young Osgood round a number of clubs, probably including Arnhem? Would the so-called special one have selected a teenage Osgood for first-team football, like Docherty did? Don’t be daft!

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What do you think? You can have your say by posting below. What are the chances that these young midfield dynamos would have been chosen by Mourinho when they were teenagers? Oh the chances would be somewhere between nil and zero, I reckon.

Meanwhile back at the ranch, I have been musing over Jose Mourinho’s clear policy of failing to invest in youth and grantanyone under twenty-twoa starting place in anything other than an early roundcup tie. I doubt whether the not very clever one would have recognised Greaves as first-team material, aged seventeen.

Alan Hudson and Ray Wilkins shone for Chelsea in the late 1960s and mid-1970s respectively. Would he have thrived under Mourinho? Would he heckers like! He would have been shuffled around various clubs for several years. The big question that the Jose Mourinho is God in disguise advocates need to address is how would the not very clever one have treated such talented youngsters as Jimmy Greaves, Alan Hudson, or Peter Osgood. Consider the following:

There are loads of great Chelsea players, from Tambling to Venables who would never have been allowed to develop at Stamford Bridge under the ageist Mourinho

Do 3 out of 2 people have problems with fractions?!

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It’s supposed to sound intelligent and credible, but there’s no way to verify it.”

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http://www.youtube.com/comment_servlet?all_comments=1&v=XsiqTJc1J00

“Barcelona have conceded three goals or more in 0 out of 3 matches away,

3 out of 2 matches have ended with more than 2.5 goals away this season”

http://24-timepass.com/sports/bayern-munchen-vs-barcelona-live-online-streaming-video.htm

“3 out of 2 people can’t count.”

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http://forums.windrivers.com/showthread.php?t=52816

(probably the same ones). What does that mean? It’s like saying 3 out of 2 people are bad at fractions. LOL. I could not resist giving some other similar facts:

- 43% of all statistics are useless

- If 4 out of 5 people suffer from diarrhea does that mean the fifth one enjoys it?

- There are 3 types of people, those who can do maths and those who cant

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http://www.facebook.com/pages/im-one-of-the-3-out-of-2-people-that-suck-at-fractions/197769017205

http://www.amazon.com/People-Trouble-Fractions-Bumper-Sticker/dp/B000BY8HLE

“What’s hilarious is the part at the end when she brings up the ridiculous statistic about 4 out of 5 mosques preaching hate

Bundesliga and EPL are pathetic?

Max G. Atkinson

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Bundesliga is actually the strongest league in the world of any sports of any countries

It has more spectators per match, and is the most sponsored league by companies and corporations

Trust me, Ive lived in Spain for 7 years and I have also been to Germany and many other coutries around Europe, the economy reflects a lot on its professional leagues

EPL is the most competitive league and the most watched one in the world

I understand you like La Liga, but in full honesty, its the least competitive league and Spain is very bad economically wise

La Liga is not even a league to me, its a 2 game season between Barca and Real, Spain is also the poorest country in central and western Europe after Portugal, that is why Spain can only sponser Barca and Real, all other teams out of Valencia and Atletico are basecally little villages and their little local teams

Jupp Heynckes

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The year after Heunckes joined, Borussia managed to make their way into the first division where they enjoyed some success.

Starting in 2011, Heynckes returned to Bayern Munich for his third tenure as manager of the Bundesliga stars. His tendency to become red in the face turning tense moments on the sidelines earned him the nickname “Osram,” after a German manufacturer of lighting.

Jupp Heynckes, born in 1945 in Mönchengladbach, Germany, was an extremely influential figure in the world of German Football Association. That year, Heynckes’ team also yielded the Bundesliga championship to Borussia Dortmund.

During the 2012-2013 season, which was to be Heynckes’ final season as a football manager, Bayern Munich were off to a good start. During his career there, he won four championships, one national cup, and one UEFA cup (the Europe-wide club championship). Additionally, Heynckes was a part of the West German national team, which won a European championship and a World Cup during his tenure.

Ending with Bayern Munich

Heynckes as a Manager

Ups and Downs

At the relatively young age of 33, Heynckes left the football field and began his managerial career. At the time that Heynckes joined the team in 1964, Borussia was a second division team, meaning that they competed in a league below the First Bundesliga. He managed his home team, Borussia Mönchengladbach, for eight years, until 1987. At the time of this writing, the club led the Bundesliga by 9 points and had advanced to the Champions League round of 16 at the top of their group. Before winning the UEFA cup, Borussia became the first German team to play in a UEFA cup final in 1973. After a successful career as a football player, Heynckes went on to become one of the most skilled managers in the Bundesliga (German Football League).

His Early Career

Heynckes’ Legacy

Heynckes played as a striker which means he played at the front of the field and was responsible for scoring goals. During his second stint at Mönchengladbach, the team was in its heyday, and as the top scorer in the Bundesliga during 1974 and 1975, Heynckes was in no small part responsible for the team’s success. In addition to these successes, there were some decidedly low points in Heynckes’ managerial career, including early terminations from German teams Bayern Munich and Schalke 04.. Although it could be argued that Heynckes was a better player than a manager, his successes will be enough to secure his place in the history of German football.

Among Heynckes’ golden moments as manager were the 1989 and 1990 German championship wins for Bayern Munich, and the 1998 Champions League success for Spain’s Real Madrid, who had not had a Champions League win for 32 years. He stayed with Borussia for the remainder of his career as a football player, until 1978. As a young manager, Heynckes did not lead Borussia to the same level of success the team enjoyed when he was on the field, but the experience he gained there led to a series of successful and not so successful management posts around Europe. He began his footballing career with the Borussia Mönchengladbach squad, called Borussia for short. in the Champions League final. That game was particularly disappointing for Bayern fans, since the team lost as the result of a 4-3 penalty shootout at the end of a tied game. The Mönchengladbach Golden Years

After a brief period with another team, Hannover 96, Heynckes went back to Mönchengladbach. During the 2011-2012 season, Bayern Munich had a string of second place finishes, narrowly losing to England’s Chelsea F.C

Yankees pitcher Mitchell hit in head by line drive vs Twins

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In the sixth, the Yankees said he had been released from the hospital and would be monitored for the possibility of concussion symptoms.

The 24-year-old pitcher was knocked down, and the ball caromed into center field for an RBI single. Mitchell needed help getting down the dugout steps because the towel was covering his face.

Mitchell was struck by a liner off the bat of Eduardo Nunez of the Minnesota Twins at Yankee Stadium.

Yankees pitcher Mitchell hit by liner, has nasal fracture – Yahoo News. Nunez, players on the both teams and the crowd applauded as Mitchell exited his third major league start.

The injury occurred in the second inning and Mitchell was taken to a hospital. The Yankees and their medical staff quickly rushed to the mound.

NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees rookie pitcher Bryan Mitchell sustained a nasal fracture when he was hit in the head by a line drive Monday night, forcing him off the field with a towel over his bloody face.

Rookie Caleb Cotham came in to relieve Mitchell.

Bryan MitchellYankeesEduardo Nunez

Mitchell was on his knees for over a minute, then two trainers flanked him as he walked off

Are Chelsea FC well liked?

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Australian Open 2012: Samantha Stosur struggles under weight of expectation on home turf again

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“There’s not any other word for it but a total disappointment,” she said.

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On the men’s side, the statistics have been a little better, with four survivors from seven entrants. “At least when you start at 7pm you know when you’re going to be on,” said Hewitt, who was scheduled first in the evening session. The girls can do that for a change.”

The wastage rate among the Australian women at this tournament has been high.

“I don’t really want to have too many of the [Marcos] Baghdatis matches again,” he added, in reference to the infamous 2008 match that finished at 4.34am. “You go home and McDonald’s is already open on the way home for breakfast. Out of the nine who started the first round, three have made it into the second, and it is a safe bet — when you look at their opponents — that none will reach the third.

For Stosur, this was a crushing comedown, and she did not dispute that her own feelings of anxiety had contributed to the loss. One of those was Bernard Tomic, who thrilled everyone with his five-set win over Fernando Verdasco on Monday afternoon. All of which meant that a disgruntled Serena Williams had to start her own match against Tamira Paszek at just after 11pm.

Her 7-6, 6-3 first-round defeat in Melbourne, against world No59 Sorana Cirstea, from Romania, was not wholly a surprise given that she had lost two of her three previous matches this year. “I really, really wanted to do well here and over the summer. The parallels with British players at Wimbledon are hard to avoid.

And another, late on Tuesday night, was the lion-hearted Lleyton Hewitt. . Indeed it was all but predicted last Friday by John McEnroe, who told the audience at the draw ceremony that “right now, she’s reminding me of some of the players who have been overwhelmed by the pressure, like [Amelie] Mauresmo at the French Open”. You tighten up, your shoulders do get tight, you don’t hit through the ball.”

Playing Cedrik-Marcel Stebe of Germany, Hewitt needed fully four hours to come through 7-5, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5, thanks to a fist-pumping, vein-popping fourth-set comeback. For sure it affects you physically, that’s probably the easiest sign for the outside people to see