By Kyle McCarthy
INDIANAPOLIS – Zakiya Bywaters discussed the imminent demise of the WPS during a trip to La Manga, Spain with the U.S. under-23 national team last February. At the time, Bywaters and her teammates wondered whether they would have the opportunity to continue their careers at the professional level in their home country. None of them knew what the future held.
prα pelo menos mostrαr que somos cαpαzes de nos eternizαr!
Ser sαntistα é ser αquilo que ninguém nuncα vαi entender,
porque é impossível explicαr, e impossível de não sentir!
Yeah, sure thing John. Says the same man who was able to find £20 million under the couch to spend on Stewart Downing.
Loic Remy revealed a game of FIFA 12 with Queens Park Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes confirmed his decision to move to Loftus Road.
The 26-year-old Frenchman agreed to a 4 1/2-year deal with the R’s on Wednesday, after manager Harry Redknapp secured the striker for a club-record fee.
Speaking to the club’s official website, Remy revealed a four-hour talk with Fernandes regarding his future ended in a game of FIFA 12, sealing the deal at Loftus Road
Lionel Messi paid homage to another fellow football legend, German striker Gerd Mueller, by sending a signed Barcelona shirt to the former Bayern Munich star.
Bayern released a photograph Thursday with Mueller holding the shirt. Messi wrote on the shirt: ”To Gerd Mueller, with respect and admiration, a hug.”
Messi scored 91 goals last year, breaking Mueller’s 40-year-old record. Mueller scored 85 goals in 1972.
Lionel Messi was on target again but Barcelona had to settle for a 2-2 draw at home to 10-man Malaga in the first leg of their Copa del Rey quarterfinal on Wednesday.
Messi, who picked up his fourth straight Ballon d’Or award earlier this month after netting a record 91 goals in 2012, equalized in the 28th minute thanks to an enterprising run down the right and a neat left-footed finish.