Daily Archives: February 23, 2012

Museum of Modern Art – New York City

Pinterest Cleans Houses and Saves Marriages…

Apple will blow our minds…Again?

Best New Menswear Designers…

How to set up fake calls…What?

Googlighting…

Kate Upton – Eye Contact

MAKE YOUR BUCKET LIST DREAMS A REALITY

Gotta start doing one…

Great television, and the friends who actually get it…

Awesome.

Napoli 3 vs Chelsea 1 [In Pictures]

It is an icy wind that is blowing at Stamford Bridge these days.

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Andre Villas-Boas needed a vote of confidence more than ever on Tuesday night after Chelsea lurched to another defeat that left them in real danger of crashing out of the Champions League. Having thrown away winning positions countless times both at home and abroad since Villas-Boas took charge, Chelsea did so again on Tuesday night to make it five matches without a win. Villas-Boas may also come under fire for not starting with Frank Lampard or Michael Essien in what is regarded one of the most hostile atmospheres in Europe.

Statistics:

Booked : Cahill (56′), Meireles (41′)

Man of the match: Ezequiel Lavezzi

Match rating: 7.5/10.

Possession: Napoli 50% Chelsea 50%

Attempts (on target): Napoli 15(9) Chelsea 12(6)  

Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo

Attendance: 52,495‎

Juan Mata had given Chelsea the lead with what they will be desperately hoping proves a vital away goal. Petr Cech produced real heroics in the 10th minute after Cavani…

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A bright future for Barça?

Nice article.

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As Barça move into the last three months of the season, I thought it might be an idea to make the most of having no midweek game to take a look at our current situation and hopefully start a bit of debate. We ended 2011 with a splendid victory at the Bernabeu before being crowned World Champions in Japan. Since then we have reached the Copa del Rey final, beating Madrid again on the way, and we have taken a big step towards a Champions League quarter final place. However, the negative side, of course, is that we are now ten points behind Madrid in La Liga after dropping points at Espanyol, Villarreal and Osasuna. After three and a half years of blaugrana dominance should we accept that we can’t win every time, or are there things we could be doing to improve things? Basically I’d like to know if…

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