The End Is Nigh

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you combined Crynaldo with death in the immediate future? Well now you know what it looks like:

Italy Soccer Champions League Final

Thank god The Yaya had mercy on his soul because, sheesh, I hate to consider what would have happened to his ankle had this tackle taken on its full potential. I realize that I’m not a Crynaldo fan, but I’m still a humanitarian when the chips are all on the table. There is no mercy this time around, of course.

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Isaiah is a co-founder and lead writer for Barcelona Football Blog. He currently lives in the greater New York City area with his wife and daughter.


  1. Reuben
    November 28, 2009

    Real Madrid 1 goal Barcelona will scores 3 goals up barca

  2. Reuben
    November 28, 2009

    I wish Barcelona 3 goals for their weekend match

  3. BA
    November 28, 2009

    his ankle would have crumpled like a cheap Extra Small condom wrapper on Paris Hilton’s floor.

    what we MOST PRESSINGLY NEED, HOWEVER… is a fitness update. who’s still got the Swine? who is carrying a knock? who is for sure going to be there, assuming Pep hasn’t decided to bring in a squad of dancing elephants in place of a real team just to shake things up? this information will be difficult to come by, but i for one need to know.

    a game in which The Yaya is rampaging around the middle like a starving Tyrannosaurus, Messi is waving the Potter-esque magic wand tucked into his left sock and Ibrahimovic karate-kicking Pepe into next week is a very different game from that being watched by those 3 in the stands.

    • November 28, 2009

      Come on, BA, I’m on it, but the preview will be later today. Basically, fitness-wise, we’re as healthy as we’ve ever been. No one is missing and everyone should be near 100%.


    • ElShowDeJason
      November 28, 2009

      Even Milito?

  4. ElShowDeJason
    November 28, 2009

    Woah, Clasico preview comming up… i’m bracing myself…

    remember… you have to inspire, not just inform… BRING IT!

  5. alexis
    November 28, 2009

    I have just read that Guardiola is onsidering resting Messi. Ibra, on the other hand, is fit to play from the start.
    I think that might be a good idea: Messi can always come out on the second half. We must preserve him for the Champions League (remember it is not done yet) and for the Clubs World Cup (the only trophy missing). Oh, boy….those are bad memories…It still hurts to remember how we were beaten in 1992 by Sao Paulo…bloo*y Rai…and, even worse, to suffer my Brazilian flatmate in 2006…
    But, as you say…”In Pep We Trust”. So the outcome will be great the whole year round!!
    Cannot wait for tomorrow!!!

  6. Tajh
    November 28, 2009

    All Barca fans need to see this video *

    A Nice history lesson……..

    • Corrine
      November 28, 2009

      who got that achey heart breaky goose bumpy feeling when the video went “in 2003 ronaldinho became barca’s player”


  7. November 28, 2009

    I think both Messi and Ibra will play.

    • PM
      November 28, 2009

      Are you going to write any article on possible tactics like the one before Inter match?

    • November 28, 2009

      I am counting on Isaiah in this one.

  8. Kari
    November 28, 2009

    Okay, I know it’s, but seriously….


    7. Andres Iniesta telling Guardiola to “Shove it up your…” during the interval

    This is, ofcourse, a reference to Guti’s alleged outburst at Manuel Pellegrini during the Alcorcon debacle. While the Madrid playmaker is well known for his fiery temperament and his hissy fits, Iniesta, on the other hand, is about as mild-mannered and saintly as Clark Kent and Mother Theresa. Well, not really. Like Zidane, who normally cuts a shy figure off the pitch, San Andres has been known to retaliate vindictively at opponents who kick him into lumps. But surely he wouldn’t say something like that to his coach? ”

    “Like Zidane, San Iniesta has been know to retaliate vindictively at opponents….”

    Umm, am I missing something? Because I sure as heck have not seen Iniesta kick out at ANYBODY.

    • Corrine
      November 28, 2009

      iniesta doesn’t even have profanity in his vocab, he just speaks with the spanish equivalent of “gosh ding-ity darn”

  9. Eklavya
    November 28, 2009

    OH NO the match is tommorow!! All this while I was thinking it was TODAY!!Noooooo! 🙁
    So sad right now…. XD

  10. Vj
    November 28, 2009

    I had one of the worst nightmares yesterday, we lost 1-7, and Casillas scored.. might have to stay awake till tomorrow..

    • Tajh
      November 28, 2009

      lol wow…well recently i been playing a lot of El Classico online on the ps3 and i must say I have been dominating my Real Madrid counterparts…….Highest score so far was 5-1

    • Corrine
      November 28, 2009

      i suck… i lost 4-1 with a benzema hattrick and puyol was my only goalscorer lol 🙁

    • Alex
      November 28, 2009

      Fifa 10? Xbox 360?

      Add me as friend and lets play:


    • Tajh
      November 28, 2009

      nahh PS3 all day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Jnice
      November 28, 2009

      We are already friends. Next time you’re on, I’ll send you an invite.

    • cliveee
      November 28, 2009

      I think I did well! 3-0 against top level(difficulty) madrid. ronaldo was completely invisible as reality suggested.

    • Tajh
      November 28, 2009

      Oooo whats yall Screen Name for fifa 10 on the PS3??

  11. BA
    November 28, 2009

    “I hope we win the clásico. I think FC Barcelona play the best football in the world at the moment. The way they play, the speed of the ball, the mobility, Barça are great for the fans to watch. You enjoy watching Barça because they play so fast, they thread passes together with Xavi and Iniesta deciding what will be done with the ball. And up front they have Messi, Ibra and Henry, it couldn’t be better.”

    – Henrik Larsson

    note the “we”. excellent, classy player and guy that Larsson.

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