El Clasico 2011: Barca Fan Plays Himno in Bernabeww! and a Five In A Row Tribute

If you think this is a non-nonsense post, you thought wrong. If you also think this is Isaiah, you thought wrong. Again. Sucka!

Watch and marvel as one cule valiantly goes and plays the himno in the lair of evil that is the Santiago Bernabeww! Con dos cojones, as some would say. A true cule hero!

If I could find this guy and marry him, I would, but for pesky complications, like me not knowing who he is, the language barrier and something about stalking.

Whatever.

I tip my cap to ya, suh! And Allroundsoccer from whom I embedded the video.

Another video to watch is this one, by… Lebo Akatio.

It reminds me just how aesthetically perfect the last clasico win was. We had beat them 4 times in a row beforehand, before beating them a fifth time 5-0. Asi es perfecto, as Shakira would say.

Too many posts? Welcome to El Clasico Week! We don’t do refunds.

*This Just In*

Real Madrid CF has just annouced its latest signing. It is unclear whether or not he will debut against FC Barcelona in the much anticipated El Clasico on Saturday. Senior Liga officials have said they are set to investigate the new signing, as they have felt a strange force emitting from the man as well as a strange craving for cookies.

Popular Barcelona fan blog, Barcelona Football Blog, submitted this as a rebuttal.

It is unclear what they mean [oh, you know exactly what I mean, mystery reporter -ed]

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As a sort of heads up, I’ve begun uploading la manita, mirrored unfortunately. It’s pretty much impossible to upload a Liga video on YT, which is not surprising given the TV money issue. Actually, I’ve just found out they block it even when it’s mirrored. Whoa. In any case, I know it’s annoying, so you don’t have to watch it if you don’t want to. I’ll post it whenever I’m finished (that could be tomorrow or when Espanyol win a trophy not called the Copa Catalunya).

If you don’t want to wait for my slow arse, have no fear! (Just know I could be very offended. I’m not) Ramzi posted the full match, in English, on his/fcbfandrivel’s/otherpeopleI’msorryIonlyknowthosetwo’s website, Football Mood.

http://www.footballmood.com/2010/12/barcelona-real-madrid-enjoy-watching.html

Yay, Ramzi and co.!

[EDIT] This is (unacceptably) late, but a million thank-yous to reader Jose for posting the Darth Vader picture!

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126 Comments

  1. dean
    April 14, 2011

    Now if a Barca fan tried that on the 16th…

  2. Jose
    April 14, 2011

    HUZZAH!! Just loving the posts today 😀

    To late answer Eklavya, I don’t know why they assigned Vader #19, but I’m certain that tomes on numerology and the occult played a role. Probably from Florentino’s personal library.

  3. Miguel
    April 14, 2011

    I don’t think that’s the same bugle boy that blew at the Camp Nou, but he’s still awesome.

    Happy Sant Jordi day!

    England is not alone on St.George’s Day.

    Catalonia celebrates the day of its patron saint, as do several countries and cities as diverse as Rio, Georgia and Genoa. In Barcelona, ladies are presented flowers by their partners and men receive books.

    Each April, the newsstands of the city begin to bulge with the type of books which are unlikely to win awards. They are photo-led one-offs aimed at the lowest common denominator. Recent years have seen feeble biographies of Lionel Messi or tomes on Barca’s six-trophy haul of 2009. This year’s efforts focus on the history of the Clasico between Barca and Madrid. The books don’t pretend to be objective and most of the photos are from the last three years when Barca have recorded some of their most memorable and emphatic victories against their greatest foes from the Bernabéu.
    http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/football/andy-mitten/article/498/

    Why don’t the girls get the books? I like flowers.

  4. April 14, 2011

    I hereby declare we call the EE stadium the Santiago Bernabeww! (pronounced Ber-NAH-Bay-EWW) until El Clasico Week(s) are over!

  5. April 14, 2011

    Also, I was thinking about this (possibly due to my Psychology class) but I’ve found out the Cule Complexity:

    They suffer from an inferiority and superiority complex at the same time.

    Like, there are some of us that will say we are the best team in the world and can beat everyone, but the second they see EE score more goals than us or seem “more comfortable”, they get nervous and express this anxiety in the form of backhanded compliments (“Not bad, for a team that cost half a billion dollars. How much did our first XI cost?”) or damning analysis (“We won’t win much with so-and-so in the team. It’s only a matter of time until we’re found out. In fact, we’ll be lucky to win one trophy”)

    And then when we smash the opposiing team, it’s “Well, we are the best team in the world. I mean, c’mon.”

    I find it immensely amusing (too much can be admittedly irritating). Only us cules can be living oxy-morons. 😉

    Although you can say the above is true with football fans in general, it’s more prominent in Barca fans.

    Sources:

    YouTube comments
    Online Fan Blogs
    Online Professional Fan Blogs Media Opinion Pieces

    • messi_fan
      April 14, 2011

      I totally agree with everything you said

    • Barcaleya
      April 15, 2011

      Agree! This complex is further exacerbated by the fact that we are very, very good (in fact – the best team) at the moment. In times when we are not the best (and I think we all know it deep in our hearts), we really just LOVE our team. And support them the best we can. And remain loyal through all the defeats.

      But we have turned into gibbering, superstitious folks who try to downplay and pretend inferiority before games, fearful of being jinxed, and downright superior after games when we win because we can shout to the world – we are the best. And we really are in the past three years. To not win the trophies is completely unfair and undeserved while we are at this level. But the world has neither been fair not giving of just desserts. (Think back to Cruijff Holland team and the World Cup). So we totter between inferiority and superiority and live our lives on our knees praying to God that we get what our skill and talent and passion deserve.

  6. messi_fan
    April 14, 2011

    Great post. Brings back memories 🙂

    I miss Eto’o and Henry’s celebrations after goals. When they’d run to the sideline and do the salute. That always made me smile.

    Regardless of the results of the Classicos, let’s remember how fortunate we are to see this great team play. Sometimes it seems like we spend so much time worrying that we don’t get to really enjoy the matches.

    • April 14, 2011

      I agree. Even as fans we’re looking forth to the next match before the current one is over. That second video brings that to my attention, and I don’t want to be the “soft” person here, but Im very proud of the FCB no matter happens in the next 4 Clasicos.

      • April 14, 2011

        It’s aite, Stephen, if you don’t want to be the softie, I will. In fact, I first watched the second video months ago and I still get (almost) weepy by the time Villa scores his second.

        Ser del Barca es el millor que hi ha!

        • Sheena
          April 14, 2011

          Same here. Villa’s celebration for that goal for me was the best of the season so far. Nearly always get misty eyed when I watch it.

          • Jnice
            April 14, 2011

            Agree. The passion on his face was great.

  7. mardia
    April 14, 2011

    Oh, that fanvid was awesome. Unfortunately, it’s the last of its kind I will be watching until after El Clasico Apocalypse is over, because I’ve got this superstition that watching highlights of successful matches before my team plays is bad luck. Ridiculous, I know, but there it is.

    NO JINXES.

  8. April 14, 2011

    I love that video! In fact, I love all videos by Lebo Akatio, whatever I’ve seen at least. This particular one, I’ve seen at least fifty times and never tire of it. Barca guys celebrating ecstatically after exquisite goals against Real Madrid – my idea of something to watch on an infinite loop. 😉

    • Miguel
      April 14, 2011

      Cannavaro failing to save Messi´s chip shot and wrapping himself around the goal post is still my favortie Clásico moment ever.

      Nice website.
      *bookmarked*

  9. xavi
    April 14, 2011

    Mark Bolton predicts Barca-Utd final…with Barca emerging champions. I love that guy

    If God willing we make it to the finals… I, for one, would wish the opponent be Schalke with all the respect. I have a bad feeling that if there’s a repeat of 08-09 final Utd would somehow sneak a win, you know all that Footballing Gods evening things out funda

    • PhepheSa
      April 15, 2011

      I don’t think Mark Bolton likes EE much, especially Mou. He sounded very happy when we beat them in the manita game.

      And about Man Yoo, i don’t think i can take it if they somehow manage to win the treble. The worst united since i don’t know when. Still can’t believe they made it this far in all the competitions, SAF is a real genious.

  10. Goo
    April 14, 2011

    That awesome video reminded me how much I miss Samu’s goal celebrations, that Dani can make excellent crosses, that Xavi is the best passer of the ball, that Messi is the best player in the world, and that Pep had hair once.

    Thanks for sharing it!

    • Jose
      April 14, 2011

      It also reminded me of how selling Ronaldinho/Deco and giving the reigns to a rookie coach meant we all prepared for a transition year and expected nothing… Memories… I <3 Pep

  11. Sheena
    April 14, 2011

    I’m in class right now, and all anyone can talk about is United v City. I mean like, seriously. I hate being the only Liga fan :/

    • Jose
      April 14, 2011

      You feeling left out? 🙁 Talk about how ManU needs to hold the ball up well and City should get stuck in so they don’t get burned by United’s pace as they bomb up the flanks.

      • Jnice
        April 14, 2011

        🙁

        You haven’t been able to convert any of them yet? At school, I made my whole floor become Barça fans lol (except for the silly Chelsea supporter). 😀

        • BarcaGirl_Indo
          April 15, 2011

          wait, do you live in USA, Jmean? 😛

          • outerspacedout
            April 15, 2011

            Yeah he’s #3 in FIFA 11 in the whole US or something I recall seeing on your Twitter or somewhere Jnice? Which is so cool btw.

            Ps. I’ve completely stopped using Twitter after that first week of being addicted to it lol.

          • Jnice
            April 15, 2011

            Hahaha, you’re the mean one!

            Yeah, I live in the best state in the United States, New Jersey lol.

          • Jnice
            April 15, 2011

            Oh yeah, where did you think I lived, nanda?

            Haha yeah outerspaced, I wondered why you stopped.

            As for FIFA, I was ranked 3rd in the whole US in FIFA 09, but I barely play nowadays. I’m still nice, though (Ask Isaiah). 🙂

          • outerspacedout
            April 15, 2011

            I don’t know really. I had to stay away from the laptop for a couple days, and when I came back I felt no inclination to log into Twitter, for some reason.

          • BarcaGirl_Indo
            April 15, 2011

            @janice 😛
            you’re no.3 in the whole US?
            ha! you’re Jawesome! 😀

            @outer
            and outer, c’mon, come back!
            it’ll be nice to see you on twitter…

            twitter can be such a fun place when Barça win…
            but I better stay out from twitter when Barça lose… lol…

      • Sheena
        April 15, 2011

        Haha, I meant it more in the sense that it’s frustrating how no one’s into Spanish football so I can’t go all HOLYCLASICO with anyone.

        Really don’t have much interest in talking to them about English football 😛

  12. ooga aga
    April 15, 2011

    xavi has an interview on the official FCB site where i found out the following fun facts:

    1. his classic spin move to get out of danger is known in the team as “la pelopina” because they used to call him “el pelopo” (?)

    2. his two favorite songs? losing my religion by REM and she’s fresh by kool and the gang.

    3. his favorite moment of the day? when he puts on his boots to practice.

    XAVI RULES

    • BarcaGirl_Indo
      April 15, 2011

      Xavi likes Losing My Religion? awesome! 😀

      I’m gonna playing it now…

    • blitzen
      April 15, 2011

      “el pelopo” means (if you will pardon my French) something like “old hairy dick”.

      I don’t really want to speculate on how he got that nickname.

      • Ryan
        April 15, 2011

        From http://conlaroja.wordpress.com/2010/06/15/los-secretos-the-nicknames/ :

        “Xavi is Pelopo: Xavi: “my friend Miguel Ángel started calling me that when we played together in the cantera of Barça.” Miguel Ángel: “Pelopo is a reference to the hair on a part of the body that you can imagine… you know, pelo-po, de po… [note: the po… stands for a five letter word that is Spanish for a certain part of the male anatomy.] It was an affectionate nickname that we used in my neighborhood. It resulted from some stupid thing that we did and it’s still used now.””

    • Barcaleya
      April 15, 2011

      “Losing my religion” and “She’s fresh” – I can totally marry Xavi now!

      We would definitely get along. Ha ha

  13. BarcaGirl_Indo
    April 15, 2011

    and Bassam,you said you likes HIMYM?!

    stop it…
    just stop being so cool!

    I don’t wanna like you even more, you’re an Evil Empire fan!

    • April 15, 2011

      haha, its my favorite show! I just love Marshal, he is legen-wait for it-dary!

      The big bang theory, the office, Friends, Seinfeld and that 70s show are among others i enjoy.

      • K_legit
        April 15, 2011

        The Big Bang theory is a bit overrated I feel..
        The Office is just awesomeness
        Friends was perhaps the worst written and best followed(viewed) series of all time 😀
        Seinfeld effing ruled all!
        That 70’s Show I didn’t ever watch so…

        Of the current ones I watch Dexter mostly

      • BarcaGirl_Indo
        April 15, 2011

        Friends! how I miss that show!

        I also loves 30 Rock… who knew Alec Baldwin can be a great comedian?
        he used to be a handsome, cool, and serious actor when he was young…

        and if I knew my Gerard will be dating Shakira,
        I would follow Cougar Town too… 😛

    • outerspacedout
      April 15, 2011

      Yeah it’s my favorite show too. Or one of. I have this thing where I can’t follow more than two or three shows at a time, so the only shows I follow (not just watch occasionally) are HIMYM, Big Bang Theory and since I was too young when it was first running, Friends. So the shows you watch include all the ones I follow as well. I watched six seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer too though during my holidays.

      Pity your taste in football clubs isn’t as good as your taste in shows though LOL.

      • BarcaGirl_Indo
        April 15, 2011

        Pity your taste in football clubs isn’t as good as your taste in shows though LOL.

        THIS…. 😆

        Bassam has a nice taste in music too, btw…

    • outerspacedout
      April 15, 2011

      HOLY F*** THAT IS F***IN SCARY AS F***

    • outerspacedout
      April 15, 2011

      DID I MENTION THAT’S SCARY AS F***?

      Lmao I’m never gonna be able to see Oezil the same.

      • April 15, 2011

        Looking at this pic I wonder… has anynone noticed that some EE players look tanned lately?! e.g khedira and sergio ramos looked tanned int the totenham game and ozil certainly looks tanned in this pic…maybe thongboy does have leader skills in the EE dressing room afterall LOL

    • BarcaGirl_Indo
      April 15, 2011

      OMG! that is… oh, my poor eyes… 🙁

      what the hell happened to him?!

      • soccermomof4
        April 15, 2011

        “what the hell happened to him?!”

        “Once you start down the dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny”(Yoda)
        Just look at what happened to EE’s #19 pictured above!

  14. K_legit
    April 15, 2011

    Time to stock up on some spirits for the weekend..that way I am happy no matter what the result!!

    Four Clasics in 18 days plus another two in August..wow!

  15. outerspacedout
    April 15, 2011

    Looks like Messi is upping his web presence all of a sudden now. His Facebook page came up a week or so ago, and now I got a first e-mail newsletter from Fundacion Lionel Messi even though I’d given them my e-mail address months ago but never gotten an e-mail or newsletter by them before.

  16. Diego
    April 15, 2011

    Goal.com Probable Line up : Barcelona: Valdes; Alves, Pique, Busquets, Adriano; Xavi, Mascherano, Iniesta; Villa, Messi, Pedro

    They don’t even watch the matches 😀

  17. messi_fan
    April 15, 2011

    You know what I just studied? Since the experts are predicting that we’ll lose, that makes us the underdogs…

    When was the last time that happened? The 2-6? The 5-0?

  18. PhepheSa
    April 15, 2011

    Mou is some piece of work, he’s now trying to put pressure on the refs by saying his teams always end up with ten men when playing against us. He’s forgetting that all his teams usually play thuggish football. Maybe i’m overanalysing his comments but his plot against referees has been working like a charm what with all the penalties DiMaria gets all the time from diving most of the time.

    Speaking of DiMaria, was reading Sid’s blog about the clasicos and couldn’t believe some of the commenters were saying Alves is the same as diMaria when it comes to diving. Alves is an angel compared to him.

  19. y2k156
    April 15, 2011

    Well guys, i just bought ticket to watch El Classico in Santiago Bernabeau. Caixa has the tickets available and i could not believe when i got them. This will be my first time in stadium so don’t know where the seats will be. Mostly they will be with Madrid supporters though. I shall mostly wear my Barca shirt inside my jacket:).

    Till now only Barca match i had seen in person was against Athletic Bilbao in Camp Nou. And now El Classico. I am really excited!!

    • blitzen
      April 15, 2011

      Seriously? I am amazed tickets were still available! Hope you have a great time and wear the colours proudly! We expect a full match report, of course.

    • soccermomof4
      April 15, 2011

      OMgosh you are lucky, and brave!

      I had a dream last night that Keita was absolutely dominating EE as a DM. We tied them 0-0. Then, Buddy from the show Cake Boss showed up in the game and I don’t even watch that show, what’s with that? I NEVER remember dreams! I’m obviously suffering some kind of pre-clasico trauma and we haven’t even played the first one yet 🙁

    • PhepheSa
      April 15, 2011

      Wow! So happy for you. Enjoy the game and show that shirt to everyone there if you can.

    • Barcaleya
      April 15, 2011

      Have fun and carry the colors for us!!!!

      I am sure you ( amongst the thousands) will be going home triumphant.

  20. blitzen
    April 15, 2011

    Tim Stannard’s prediction for El Clasico:

    LLL Prediction – Football will be the winner (You’re a coward – ed)

    😛

    • Vj
      April 15, 2011

      Now that worries me.. His predictions have a knack of blowing in the Madridistas faces..

    • PhepheSa
      April 15, 2011

      It’s going to be a draw then. Would be worried if they predict a win for us. Anyone know what Sid predicted? It’s usually the opposite of what he predicts so hopefully he went with EE.

      • footballfan
        April 15, 2011

        I have a soft spot for the guy 😀 even though I hate MU.

    • Vj
      April 15, 2011

      Mine:

      VV
      Alves-Pique-Fontas-Adriano
      Xavi-Busi-Iniesta
      P!!-Messi-Villa

    • Diego
      April 15, 2011

      VDS
      Alves-Pique-Vidic-Evra
      ——-Busq——
      –Xavi—Iniesta
      Messi–Rooney– TB

    • blitzen
      April 15, 2011

      OK, I’ll bite. Including available players only (ie. no Puyol or Abidal):

      VV
      Alves Pique Vidic Marcelo
      Xaviniesquets
      Messi Chicharito Villa

      Subs: Silva, Pedro, Masch, Casillas, Scholes.

    • soccermomof4
      April 15, 2011

      Here goes nothing (minus injured players):
      Vv
      Alves, Vidic, Carvalho, Evra
      Xavi, Busquets, Iniesta
      Messi, Rooney, Berbs

      Bench: P!!, Casillas, The Yaya, Chicharito, Silva, Mascherano, Pique

    • April 15, 2011

      @Footballfan
      I don’t know if you noticed but you’ve actually chosen more EE players than Barca play1ers..?!
      And scholes over iniesta ?!

      And to all those who chose thong boy over villa..I hope Villa will silence his critics tomorow 🙂

      • footballfan
        April 15, 2011

        I didn’t notice it until you told me 😉 I hope so too, can’t stand the guy, but he does has talent.

    • Barcaleya
      April 15, 2011

      Mine’s:

      VV
      Alves Carvalho Vidic Marcelo
      Xavi Busquets Iniesta
      Messi Chicharito Pedro

  21. Lev
    April 15, 2011

    ooooh difficult.

    VDS
    Dani Alves – Puyol – Vidic – Abidal
    ————- Busquets ————
    ——–Xavi———–Iniesta—–
    Messi———Chicharito——-Tevez

      • Lev
        April 15, 2011

        Yes, Tevez. I was tempted to give an all-Barça lineup replacing either Villa or Pedro with Tevez. I dislike Tevez because of his blatant disrespect to all Man U fans by signing for City of all teams. Were it not for that, I would love him in our squad.

    • outerspacedout
      April 15, 2011

      To keep in the spirit of this game, only from currently available players at the time of those two derby matches (so Abidal, Puyol, Tevez, etc are out).

      Casillas
      Alves, Pique, Vidic, Evra
      Toure
      Xavi, Iniesta
      Silva, Messi, Ronaldo

    • outerspacedout
      April 15, 2011

      Ps. Shocked that nobody put Silva in their teams. The guy is a magician at times. And I loved how Spain played with both Iniesta and him in the Euros.

    • Diego
      April 15, 2011

      Dudek

      Zabaleta-Smalling-Albiol-Bridge
      —–M.Diarra—
      Wright Philipps -Milner—Pedro Leon
      Balotelli —
      ———–Berbatov

      • blitzen
        April 15, 2011

        I see what you’re doing there, but don’t be dissing the Berba! He isn’t the leading scorer in the EPL for nothing. 😛

      • soccermomof4
        April 15, 2011

        Geez, I put Berbs in my first team. He leads the EPL in goals. Didn’t want to do it though. I much prefer Hernandez!

  22. April 15, 2011

    I watched the Manita again yesterday. First time I’d watched it in a several months.

    You know – I was even more impressed yesterday with Barca’s performance than I was the last time I watched it. It’s still hard to believe the level of play at which they executed.

    David Villa was just a demon that match. They need him to create the same danger from the flanks and link up play with Messi like he did that night.

    Villa may be the most important player in this series of matches.

    • Lev
      April 15, 2011

      Funny that. I didn’t actually watch the game but I watched a one-hour documentary on the game.

      Not only was I thinking the same thing about Villa, but I was also a bit disheartened because Barça has not shown anything close to that level of play since over two months now – the exception being when we played Arsenal at home, but then again during our most dominating stretch of that game Arsenal was playing with 10 men.

      • Lev
        April 15, 2011

        And btw Messi will (read:should) be the most important player for us. And what we really need to do is disrupt Xabi Alonso as much as possible.

      • outerspacedout
        April 15, 2011

        Haha Lev. Very few teams in history very few times have ever shown that level of play as in the one we saw in the Manita, so not seeing it other times shouldn’t be disheartening. It wasn’t a ‘typical’ amazing Barcelona performance, if you can call them so, like the 4-0 Bayern or 5-0 Sevilla or whatever, it was the very pinnacle of our play.

      • footballfan
        April 15, 2011

        I get the feeling that the players are not playing to their best ability. It’s a certain kind of swagger (or maybe complacency), the belief that they can still win a game even without giving their best. And on certain matches they will show us what they are really capable of (manita, Arsenal at home). Let’s hope they can turn on that kind of performance again, especially in CL semis.

        • Lev
          April 15, 2011

          disheartening. not because we haven’t equalled it. but because we haven’t even come close and we are now at the business end of the season.

          i don’t think it is because of swagger of complacency. I just think we are tired both physically (Villa being a prime example) and mentally – it’s been a long season with a very small squad of which the subs have not been used as much. For most players it has been a long WC summer as well.

  23. outerspacedout
    April 15, 2011

    Mascherano’s performance at CB makes me wonder if Pique could ever be a beast DM.

    • blitzen
      April 15, 2011

      Pique isn’t fast enough for that position, IMO, and his passing not nearly good enough.

  24. blitzen
    April 15, 2011

    I’m going to post the manita recipe here again in case some of our newer readers haven’t seen it and would like to try it.

    You will need:

    Grenadine
    Pomegranate juice
    Blue Curaçao
    Tequila
    Pineapple
    RED Mascherano (sic) cherries

    In a mixing glass, combine grenadine and pomegranate juice in a 2:1 ratio.
    Pour into a clean dry cocktail glass and let settle. In another mixing glass combine tequila and curaçao in a 2:1 ratio.
    Take a tablespoon and position it at an angle bottom-side-up in the cocktail glass with the tip of the spoon touching the side of the glass just above the grenadine layer. Slowly and gently pour the tequila-curaçao mixture over the back of the spoon, getting as wide a distribution of liquid as possible. It should layer beautifully. If not, drink it anyway and start again.

    On a long skewer, alternate pineapple wedges and cherries. Since this is a manita, 5 is a good number. 😀

    For a non-alcoholic version you could substitute any blue-coloured pop (soda).

    You can see the picture of the drink here:

    http://www.barcelonafootballblog.com/6657/perfect-pickmeup-drown-sorrows-bfb-manita-drink/

  25. Miguel
    April 15, 2011

    Guti goes to Hollywood! Marca reporting that LA Galaxy interested in bringing the midfielder over from Besiktas.
    -LLL’s twitter

    I’m gonna have “pim pam pim pam” in my own backyard!

    Xavi likes Kool & the Gang? Awesome! I would have thought he’d have said No Parking on the Dance Floor by Midnight Star, though.

    • K_legit
      April 15, 2011

      I just can’t picture Xavi dancing..at all

      • soccermomof4
        April 15, 2011

        Really? We see him dance every week on the pitch 😀

        The Pelopina’s the biggest dance craze in Catalunya?!?! ;-D

        • K_legit
          April 15, 2011

          if the Pelopina’s a dance move then I’m *insert great dancer name here*

          • soccermomof4
            April 15, 2011

            K-legit is Baryshnikov!

            Because I have two left feet, I can’t even imagine doing that move with a ball at my feet( frankly, I couldn’t do it w/out the ball). If it’s not dancing, then it’s at least footy poetry in motion. Boogie down y’all! 🙂

      • Miguel
        April 15, 2011

        blitzen once posted a link to Xavi dancing during practice. It wasn’t pretty. 🙁

        • blitzen
          April 15, 2011

          Speak for yourself! I found it very disturbing sexy! 😉

          • soccermomof4
            April 15, 2011

            please please please please REPOST!

          • blitzen
            April 15, 2011

            I’ll have to look for it once I’m at home.

          • soccermomof4
            April 15, 2011

            That’s stretching; I wanna see dancing! Some Xavi boogying down and being funky, Miguelito! 🙂

            Oh my gosh, I’m cooking my paella(good luck clasico tradition thing) today so I just have to reheat it tomorrow when I rush home from work to watch this game (not that it’s a great idea to reheat it but what’s a girl to do)and the chorizo and saffron is scenting the whole house and I WANTS some but I can’t have any beacause it has meat in it and it’s a Friday during Lent and I can’t have meat and I’m ’bout ready to go crazy wanting some *rant (and run-on sentence) over*

    • blitzen
      April 15, 2011

      Blaugranes!
      Ja arriba el moment
      Blaugranes!
      Aquest any podem!
      Mourinho!
      Ens hi ajudarà!
      Mourinho!
      Quina ràbia que fa!

      La lliga!
      La tenim al sac.
      La Copa!
      Caurà ben aviat.
      La Champions!
      L’haurem de suar.
      Mourinho!
      Per tu, què hi haurà?

      Mou, res!
      No et deixarem res.
      Mou, res!
      Perquè en volem tres.
      Mou, res!
      Ves queixant-te, vés.
      Mou, res!
      I és que no dónes per més!

      Blaugranes!
      Ja arriba el moment.
      Blaugranes!
      De fer un pas en ferm.
      Merengues!
      Un altre any serà.
      Iniesta!
      La nena vol menjar.

      Però a veure!
      Qui ha escrit això?
      ‘Nem directes
      a la perdició!
      Va, míster!
      Estigues tranquil!
      Era broma,
      M’agrada fer-me l’humil.
      Mou, res!
      No et deixarem res.
      Mou, res!
      Perquè en volem tres
      Mou, res!
      Aquest portuguès,
      Mou, res!
      Tots sabem com és.

      No et deixarem res.
      Mou, reeeees!
      Perquè en volem tres
      Mou, reeeees!
      Aquest portuguès,
      Mou, reeeees!
      Tots sabem com és.

      Mou, res!
      No et deixarem res.
      Mou, res!
      Perquè en volem tres
      Mou, res!
      Aquest portuguès,
      Mou, res!
      Tots sabem com és.
      Mou, res!

  26. K_legit
    April 15, 2011

    From barcastuff:

    Cristiano Ronaldo never mentions Messi’s name but always refers to him as “The Dwarf”. #elclasico [el pais]

    Man..if this is true..then what is this guy’s problem?
    Cristiano looks like something out of a laboratory but none of would ever call him a ‘Greaseball Humanoid’ now would we?

    • blitzen
      April 15, 2011

      LOL!!!! Much as I dislike CRonaldo, I am pretty certain this isn’t true. He may be a diver, a whiner, and an orange-tinted greaseball, but he is also pretty professional off the field.

      • Humphrey Bogart
        April 15, 2011

        Maybe, but the source is EL Pais which ist the most notable newspaper in Spain compard to Guardian, Le Monde or NYT. It is not the sun, so I think the source is more than reliable.

  27. K_legit
    April 15, 2011

    Sal del banquillo
    Mourinho sal del banquillo
    Sal del banquiiiiiiiiiiiiiilo
    Mourinho sal del banquillo!

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