so new theme and also a question:
can you delete more posts at once?
so i am trying to edit my dashboard and now it looks like a mixture of a hipster and a emo thingy XD (no offence)
fuck there has been a pretty strong hailstorm and i am really gald my cat was inside!!! D:
Happy birthday, Iker!
Montolivo: I wanted to clarify I haven’t any Instagram profile. The one on there is a fake.
Balotelli:Shut up Monto!! Ahah you have Instagram!!! Ahahahaha
Montolivo: Marione you’re on twitter since 5 days and you’re just making a mess
Balotelli: ahahahahahahahahahah I’m having fun!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY IKER!! #1
just bought sergio’s book :3
I have watched Sergio for quite some time. Even before I was signed to Real Madrid. What got most of my attention about him was, other than the youngster that he was and continues to be, he behaves like a veteran and the explanations that have been made for many years since the beginning of football.
Simply, it seems that he has all the elements that a footballer needs to be a midfielder: speed, strength, sense of play… The key for this success is that he doesn’t limit accomplishing himself as his role as defense, something that is in itself very important being defense in Real Madrid, as either side or center, it gains a lot of respect from the vast majority of all the clubs in the world.
Here you always have to be concentrated, there can’t be any slips, even though it’s seen as a team who has the ball most of the time and attacks. Sergio is special because he has something special: audacity. I like daring footballers. They always look for more in football. Even though he’s one of the best defenders in the world, he doesn’t stop experimenting. I see in training sessions how he works and is always looking for different solutions for the same problems, and that is very appreciable.
For example, we’ve all see him score goals of all styles. Thanks to his wingspan and his physical state that never lets him down, he has advantages over those his size or bigger. Sergio is one of those that doesn’t give up.
A detail that I would like to comment more about is how much he likes his profession. He is passionate about football and you can tell. His passion for his job gets you to play with such a want that you cannot hide.
Having said all this, we see who he really is: a boy who plays really well, who loves his job, who investigates to progress and who hates defeat. We can say that we are before a footballer who seeks perfection… but he wouldn’t be able to do it unless he played some of his favourite songs that drive me crazy in the dressing room.”