All entries for Monday 29 December 2008
December 29, 2008
As you know, 2008 is almost over. My blog today gives recognitions to some of most exciting football people of the year.
Most Decorated Player of the year: C. Ronaldo
He has got almost all the individual football recognitions of the year.
Sex Symbol of the year: C. Ronaldo
I think he looks so hot.
The 'Oh dear, what have I done to deserve this?' award: Avram Grant
Grant is extremely unlucky. He and his Chelsea team have had the same number of points as Man Utd before the last Premier League game of last season, reached the Carling Cup final, and reached the Champions League final and they ended with absolutely nothing. Fortunately, Grant has turned from a great manager in Israel to a great manager in Europe. Good luck to him.
The International Team of the Year: Holland
As England wasn't in it, I felt free to choose a team to support during Euro 2008. I have been paying some attention to Holland for four years and I feel they've had more chemistry this year than they ever did.
The 'Tiger Tiger' award : Phil Brown (Hull Manager, if you don't have a clue about who he is)
This award is for anybody involved in football who has created a buzz. You may realise that Hull City is represented by a tiger. Well, Phil Brown is a tiger, considering what he has been doing. In fact, I think 'tiger' is not good enough to describe him. He is more 'tiger' than a tiger, so it should be 'tiger tiger'.
The 'Cry Cry Baby' award: William Gallas
This award is for any football person who keeps on crying like a baby. As you may well remember, Gallas likes to throw tantrums on the pitch and keeps on crying.
The Unsung Hero Award: ?
This award is for any football person who has been working hard all year but still does not get any personal recognition e.g. XX Player of the year. It's time for you to help me to give this award. Who is your unsung hero? After all, not all footballers can hit the headlines or win personal recognitions.
Please send some comments about this blog.
Have a wonderful holiday and a jolly good 2009.