Monday, August 27, 2007

Guess Who's Clairvoyant?


United won, but I was right to be nervous because it was a very nervy game. And guess who opened their account for United with a spectacular strike? I'll direct your attention to the post below.

Yesterday was good day for my teams, since Milan also won, with a brace from Kaka. Today looks not so good.

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Biting my Nails

The Man Utd v Tottenham match is about to get underway, and I'm nervous. V.v. nervous. United have already had their worst start ever to the season since the first year of the Premier League in 1992-93, and anything but a victory against the Spurs - especially on a weekend where Arsenal and Chelsea have won their games - will increase the gap to unecouragingly large levels at a very early stage of the season. The lack of Rooney and Ronaldo doesn't help things.

Having said that, though, there isn't much wrong with the kind of football United have been playing. They've created a lot many chances. Unfortunately, all but one have missed the back of the net. But today is as good a day as any for Nani to score his first goal for United, no? Otherwise I shall have to change my views from "results are all that matter" to "but they play beautiful football!"

Gah. I do so hate being a hypocrite. Please, Sir Alex and Merry Men, please don't make me do this.

P.S. Video blogging YAY!

P.P.S Ferrariiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!!!!! Forza!!!!!!!!!

Thursday, August 16, 2007


I would love to pretend that my 5 month absence from blogging got people emailing me with "Nooooooooooo", and "Come back!" but alas! I am not appreciated in my own time. Regardless. What brings me out of my self-imposed isolation? Football. Premier League football. Specifically, Manchester United's winless beginning to this season, compounded by Rooney breaking his foot and Ronaldo taking de-aging potions. Not even Kaka's proposed move to Real-kill-your-career-here -Madrid was this enervating. And atleast that is Not. Happening. Here we're 2 matched into the season and The Special One's newfound placidity has already meant Chelsea are overwhelming favourites.

Three movies I watched last week were Children of Men, Aeon Flux and Chak De India. Aeon Flux was craptastic like how, Chak De was very good - really enjoyable and fun and hot!SRK. Children of Men was a tour de force. Really. Magestic movie that. Alfonso Cuaron is forgiven for butchering Prisoner of Azkaban.

Re: F1, Muahahhaahahahaha. I love that Mclaren are imploding, even though Ferrari is not their opportunistic self with Michael Schumacher to make the most of the opposition shooting themselves in the foot.