LOUGHBOROUGH, March 29 2013: Similar to a boy friend who never understands the reason for his breakup, there are few things as a football fan I can never ever understand hence I remain hungover it.
How in the world did Ronaldo turned from a ferocious striker to a beer drinking extremely fat man?
There was a time when Ronaldo was the name of every defenders and goalkeepers worst nightmare, after all he was the only striker who could dance with a football in his leg every time he entered the opposition box. I guess God had different diet plans for the Brazillian and turned him into a ponytail-less imaginary character of Obelix and that too in the fastest possible time, which I am sure also left Diego Maradona jealous of his fellow South-American. But the good news is Ronaldo has shed those extra pounds off and now finally looks like a retired footballer and not just like a man who used his tummy as his beer table.
Was there any need of Zinedine Zidane to ever retire?
In 2012 six years after he retired, Zidane with his old teammates at Real Madrid came together to play in a charity match and he ended up hitting that Champions League-esque volley that brought Real Madrid the shining Champions League trophy in 2002 against Bayer Leverkusen. So my question is, if he can still do that, why did Zidane retire? If I had a genie, I would make sure that even my kids end up watching this magical man play live.
Where exactly is Messi’ centre of gravity?
As a kid, I remember playing with a toy whose nose had words ‘punch me’ written on it and every time I punched it, it never used to fall and actually come back with same pace with which I had punched it. I am thinking, that is the concept Messi actually works on, defenders bully him on the field but he never falls, I am just waiting for the day when he decides to glide over the green turf face first but not touch it.
Are you sure Pierluigi Collina is from planet earth?
If I was a small kid and someone surprised me with a photo of Collina referring during a game, i can assure you I would have ended up having wet pant. I sometime feel the players had the same feeling towards him, may be that is why he has been the best I have seen as a referee. I got another theory, wasn’t it Collina in the carriage of the bicycle flying across the moon in Steven Spielberg’ movie ET?
How was Balotelli in school?
Mario Balotelli surely has to be that naughty kid which makes every parent feel they have the best child in the world. Which actually makes me think, how was Balotelli in school? Does his mother have a cupboard full of complaint letters from his school? Did any teacher of his actually end up quitting the school he studied in? Was he ever caught playing prank on his school’ principal?
Why does Cristiano Ronaldo like changing his hairstyle every half?
CR7 is surely a talent that every budding footballer wants to achieve at one time of their career. His leg splitting posture during his free kicks is surely by now a copyright posture. But what I fail to understand is, what is the secret of two different hair styles for two different halves of the same game? Is this what he does while Mourinho is busy with team talks at halftime? or is there a special inner power that he achieves out of this?
Who took the real Michael Owen away from earth?
I am sure there was an alien attack in Liverpool in 2004, who took the real Michael Owen away from us and gave us a horse loving Owen. He scored 118 goals during 216 appearances for Liverpool and after that all he did was count horses and tweet his heart out. I know I should be writing this anymore especially this is his last season, but may be researchers would now be interested in getting the real Michael Owen back.
Who is more fragile Abou Diaby or Alexander Pato?
If I was a girl dating any of the above mentioned guys, I would make sure to ask them “did anything break?” every time after a kiss. Both are incredible in themselves, on their unbreakable days Pato can make any defender look like a crying baby and Diaby can make Wilshere look like the second best thing at Arsenal, sadly the unbreakable days don’t happen that often.
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