Archive for November, 2010

Ordinary Day, But Shouldn’t Be

It was out to be a ordinary day because of trouble caused by some useless players in the team. Otherwise legendary-ness of the day could have been much more.

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Bad Start To The Week

It was terrible but still it featured a quite nice goal in the end for me. Will be hoping to fix it though, as there’s 6 days to go!!! (captain obvious, obviously)

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Attending The Things Not Usually Attended To

Was what I did today. Those include: -sleeping enough -taking a break from training and playing -answering all emails I get And something I really didn’t want to have today was two large mosquito bites on my forehead. Fudge this!

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Good Character, Bad Football!

That’s the kind of guy that BLUE guy is. and that’s why he made us lose the game… by a big margin.

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Wet, Wet, Slippery

It was slippery all the way as we played an interesting game, having 2 people less than the other team for most of the game.

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50 Goals?!

What the! but we did it. most of it my assists and goals. 50 goals in a day. Just good. and token of appreciation of our attacking by the opposing teams.

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On Live TV, Nothing Else

Went on live TV, although they didn’t ask me anything (they did last night with the other channel) and missed going to the park for it. Which was just as well, because I was actually very tired and lacked sleep.

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Good Headers, On TV

Had good headers and an average game and then went on to be filmed by an international broadcaster. Nice day.

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Child’s Play

Literally. Childs play(ed)! and so did we. Not a good sight, trust me. But still we had to do SOMETHING.

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The Joy Continues

As my new scheduling changes have helped me recover from bad performances and slowly get back to my best form.

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