“I left Roma, and I left Real Madrid,” he said after Sampdoria’s 0-0 draw with Bari. “If people aren’t happy any more, then I can pack my bags here too. People here have got used to eating Nutella, and maybe every now and then they have to eat shit.”
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I don’t know what the Daily Mail is implying but it sure seems like they’re banking on David Beckham having some ‘splaining to do by the time he’s finished in Milan. First come the rumors of him getting a place near a red-light district and now come warnings of a high-pro soccer ho making the rounds of Serie A players.
Dateline Milan. The Daily Mail headline reads “Beckham can bank on at least one admirer in Milan as Italian player claims: Serie A stars have paid me for sex”. A Serie C player named Victory claims that he’s slept with 12 Serie A players in hotels and locker rooms.
‘I am talking about important players,’ said Victory in a televised interview with TV station La 7. ‘Serie A players even internationals and married players.
‘We are talking about more than just kissing.’
‘I charge 1500 euros (£1300) and the players pay up no problem. Most of the time we meet in hotels after matches, that’s when they get their only free time.
‘I have about 30 clients who are footballers and I would say that a dozen are Serie A and national team players – several times I have been asked to take part in group sex sessions.
The article has pictures of Beckham throughout and notes that he’ll be arriving in Milan very soon. Why don’t they come out and just say that Beckham’s first Italian victory will be all over his…Whoa, dude. Don’t be surprised if the British tabloids start sending agents to Milan in an attempt to trap Beckham in some funny business. Just ask Sven Goran-Eriksson how that works.
This seems like the appropriate celebration for a douchebag like Avery. Just subtract the back door action from his teammates. He’ll get no love from them.
If it’s not one thing, it’s another with Diego Maradona. He can’t manage to stay out of trouble. He’s either got a Tony Montana-sized coke habit, hepatitis or he’s growing as fat as he is tall. Now he’s in tax trouble with the Italian authorities. Of course that means he has nothing to worry about since no one pays taxes over there.
The Italian Tax Association claims that Maradona owes almost $48 million dollars in back taxes from 17 years ago when he played for Napoli in Serie A. $29.8 million of that is interest.
“The Italian tax office has not managed to obtain from Maradona more than 0.11 per cent of what he owes the public treasury (which is) 36 million euros. It’s deflating,” he said.
What the hell is the Italian Tax Association? Is it similar to the Benevolent Gentleman’s Club? I think we all know what I’m referring to when I speak of such groups. Is it an actual government agency or is it merely an “interested” party?
Maradona has only paid back about $56,000 and two “luxury watches” according to the association. Since when can you pay your taxes with goods? I would expect that in the Central African Republic or Tajikistan. That’s a bit much even for Italy. If that’s allowed, I’m moving my business there yesterday. I’m going to owe a shitload this coming year after making all kinds of bank selling ivory to the Chinese and $1,000,000 “endangered turduckens” to Russian and Middle Eastern billionaires. Why are they called endangered and what makes them so special? It’s a snow owl stuffed into a bald eagle which is then stuffed into a condor. Mmm sacrilicious.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is better than you this week. Check out this amazing back heel against Bologna from this past weekend.