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javismartinis:

Gamedayplus ft. Jasper Cillessen, Xabi Alonso & Chelsea FC — Episode 1 …

(Source: youtube.com)

booperesque:

A few points need to be made about this:

1. Stevie has screenshotted a photo “6/6” from his photo gallery to post this. 6/6 photos of him and Xabs?

2. It is 8:10 the morning at the time of the screenshot and about 10am UK time when he posts it. (wtf steven have you been staring at it for 2 hours?)

3. He doesn’t tag “XabiAlonso14” because he’s 100% aware it’s a fake account, but continues to persistently, embarrassingly, ‘like’ as many photos as he can from that account.

cinemove:

Good Will Hunting (1997) dir. Gus Van Sant

You’ll have bad times, but it’ll always wake you up to the good stuff you weren’t paying attention to.

(via brightsidesp)

  • me: Oh what the fuck
  • friend: what happened?
  • me: this scenario I created in my head got intense

Stevie’s verdict after the One Night in Istanbul premiere

(Source: steven-gerrard)

Matthaus was an unbelievable player. He spent the later years of his career playing as a sweeper but was at his best in midfield when he was one of the best players in the world. I remember watching him playing for Inter Milan and then in his second spell with Bayern Munich later in his career. Sometimes they would play with five at the back and he was the sweeper. At times he would be in behind the centre-backs and at others in front of him. His all-round game was excellent and once he went back to sweeper, you could really see his game intelligence from there. He always knew what to do with the ball.

I feel I have some good years left playing in midfield but later in my career you never know. Once I get older I may end up playing back there just as Matthaus did.

– Xabi Alonso in 2008 speaking about Lothar Matthaus playing as a sweeper (libero) for Bayern München. 

(Source: liverpoolfc.com)

isxabibackinliverpool:

day 1849

are you fucking kidding me

captainarlert:

I like shipping the cheerful one with the grumpy one

(via missblackwood)

thesquirrelbaby:

I'm just gonna leave this here...

(via resonatethroughtime)

javismartinis:

Gamedayplus ft. Jasper Cillessen, Xabi Alonso & Chelsea FC — Episode 1 …

(Source: youtube.com)

booperesque:

A few points need to be made about this:

1. Stevie has screenshotted a photo “6/6” from his photo gallery to post this. 6/6 photos of him and Xabs?

2. It is 8:10 the morning at the time of the screenshot and about 10am UK time when he posts it. (wtf steven have you been staring at it for 2 hours?)

3. He doesn’t tag “XabiAlonso14” because he’s 100% aware it’s a fake account, but continues to persistently, embarrassingly, ‘like’ as many photos as he can from that account.

(Source: theyareboth, via smilingswan)

cinemove:

Good Will Hunting (1997) dir. Gus Van Sant

You’ll have bad times, but it’ll always wake you up to the good stuff you weren’t paying attention to.

(via brightsidesp)

  • me: Oh what the fuck
  • friend: what happened?
  • me: this scenario I created in my head got intense

Stevie’s verdict after the One Night in Istanbul premiere

(Source: steven-gerrard)

(Source: ldlwlgpl)

Matthaus was an unbelievable player. He spent the later years of his career playing as a sweeper but was at his best in midfield when he was one of the best players in the world. I remember watching him playing for Inter Milan and then in his second spell with Bayern Munich later in his career. Sometimes they would play with five at the back and he was the sweeper. At times he would be in behind the centre-backs and at others in front of him. His all-round game was excellent and once he went back to sweeper, you could really see his game intelligence from there. He always knew what to do with the ball.

I feel I have some good years left playing in midfield but later in my career you never know. Once I get older I may end up playing back there just as Matthaus did.

– Xabi Alonso in 2008 speaking about Lothar Matthaus playing as a sweeper (libero) for Bayern München. 

(Source: liverpoolfc.com)

isxabibackinliverpool:

day 1849

are you fucking kidding me

captainarlert:

I like shipping the cheerful one with the grumpy one

(via missblackwood)

thesquirrelbaby:

I'm just gonna leave this here...

(via resonatethroughtime)

"

Matthaus was an unbelievable player. He spent the later years of his career playing as a sweeper but was at his best in midfield when he was one of the best players in the world. I remember watching him playing for Inter Milan and then in his second spell with Bayern Munich later in his career. Sometimes they would play with five at the back and he was the sweeper. At times he would be in behind the centre-backs and at others in front of him. His all-round game was excellent and once he went back to sweeper, you could really see his game intelligence from there. He always knew what to do with the ball.

I feel I have some good years left playing in midfield but later in my career you never know. Once I get older I may end up playing back there just as Matthaus did.

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