Rumors of the Sport are almost entirely made of Play-Doh in that they are cheap to make and buy, come in lots of colors and are endlessly flexible. Thus, with the World Cup at the Eight Palaces of Eternal Shame, it’s time to drop a few Kool-Aid shooters. As you know, it’s full of sugar, has little taste, and has absolutely no nutritional value.
I first dealt with Lionel Messi has reportedly agreed to play for David Beckham’s Inter Miami MLS team next season. The idea that he needs another year of medical benefits is laughable in itself, Sunday Times suggests taking a pay cut from his current $40 million to help his friend David Beckham transition into the team’s new arsenic-laced stadium, which is set to open in 2025.
Ok, fine, but ESPN broke its own whisper suggesting American icon/Chelsea’s occasional Christian Pulisic He could be bought by Manchester United on a loan deal when the next transfer window opens in January. Apparently Manchester United are looking to oust a tumultuous priest named Cristiano Ronaldo, and while they won’t have time to play in London, they can afford a modest increase in the team’s PR and marketing after the Ronaldo debacle. Manchester United are now owned (and about to be sold) by the wacky Glazer family, and Pulisic’s contract definitely includes a clause not to talk to Piers Morgan. It must have been
But in a perfect world, these rumors would clearly be the other way around. An American icon with frowns like a beetle, Pulisic should be the right man to sign with Miami. Not because he can raise the profile of the team like the great but declining Messi can (he can’t), but because Manchester United replacing Ronaldo with Messi is the most gangster. gang movement in the world of.
This is not to deny Pulisic, but his hype has far outstripped his work since he left Borussia Dortmund.
However, Manchester United Meld Flambe It was the end of the second Ronaldo experiment, and while Ronaldo was looking for a club to finish his career, playing an ace full Phil Hellmuth could end the discomfort once and for all. The long-running hateful rivalry between Messi and Ronaldo was a dry rub between the two grills fighting to become known as the greatest non-Maradona in football history (and, in correct reference, it was outright provocative). It was intended to be non-Zlatan).United therefore announced without announcing that they had made the wrong choice Spectacular And having rectified their mistake would be a tremendous middle finger for the resentful former employee.
Frankly, who wouldn’t want that? Not because we want to choose one or the other, but because the narrowness of industrial strength is the only thing that separates us from animals. kill to eat, we kill to embarrass. That’s who we are and that’s why we suck.
anyway you should get Times and ESPN have come together to straighten out their story for our entertainment. If you can spoil these two appetizers for your Messi-Manchester/Pulisic-Miami feast, you’ve served your readers and the planet in equal measure.
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