A love affair with life… and the occasional interest

Sexy Gourcuff

Thorgan Hazard

I haven’t been posting anything recently about Yoann Gourcuff, Ronaldo, or any players as of lately. Most in part because Yoann is having real bad season with Lyon lately and though I still have faith in him and his past season at Bordeaux I am not as obsessive as before. But… while following the French ligue, I stubled upon Eden Hazard, a player similar in form and skill. Still, it is not him that this post is about but it is his sexy young-boy-next-door brother that I have become infatuated with. Thorgan Hazard has the exact looks (dark blonde and green eyes), adorable face, and smile that I would want in a mate….

PS. Boys, wherever you are if you are reading this post and look like this call me! haha  =)

A boy can dream…

Thorgan Hazard



Happy Valentine’s Day!

 Je t’aime Yoann Gourcuff… ❤

Yoann Gourcuff, shot by photographer Bruce Weber


Yoann Gourcuff, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Messi live tomorrow!

 

Tomorrow is an International Fifa date and there are multiple international soccer matches to tune into but I am only really interested in France vs Brazil, Portugal vs Argentina, and Germany vs Italy. First off, after the mess that was the French team in last summer’s World Cup, the new coach, Laurent Blanc has returned the blues to their winning ways. The darling of French football and my favorite player right now, Yoann Gourcuff, will have the opportunity to shine against Brazil. His form lately hasn’t been up to par with his 2009 exceptional season that saw him win the French Player of the Year award, Best goal of Ligue 1, and comparisons to the great Zinedine Zidane. Nevertheless, the kid has enormous talent and I wish him all the luck in the world for tomorrow’s match which should be more than exciting. It would more than make my day if he scores and proves all his criticts and the media wrong…

 

Cristiano Ronaldo will again get the chance to battle it out with his La Liga rival Messi in a match against their respective nations. Currently tied at 24 goals each they are currently the world’s best players. Real Madrid having lost miserably in their last battle is a reminder of what Ronaldo must be psyching himself up for. Personally I think both players have their strengths and weakenesses, I’m not gonna be one of those fanboys who picks one or the other and either complains that Messi isn’t a complete player, or that Ronaldo is arrogant… eghh you don’t even know how much bullshit people will comment with these two. Neways, Ronaldo and his supreme speed and technique are single-handedly keep Real Madrid alive and Messi is pretty much unstoppable especially when defenders resort to stabbing helplessly to take back possession. Should be an interesting match assuming they actually put out for their countries like they do for their clubs!

 Germany versus Italy should also be interesting in the fact that Germany was deadly this past World Cup and Italy not so much. I will definately be on the look out for what players like Bastian Schweinsteiger, Mezut Osil, Cassano, and others will bring out… Last time these two met was in Germany 2006  and Italy came out alive after 2 goals in extra time…


Gourcuff can pull any look…

 

Yoann Gourcuff

Yoann Gourcuff can pull any look off like no one else. I mean he has the most gorgeous eyes and lashes, a perfect facial structure, smile and hair. I am definitely not missing today’s game; Lyon vs PSG. He is talented enough as it is, but added to that he could be grazing the covers of magazines if he didn’t have a professional soccer contract…

 


Yoann Gourcuff moves to Lyon

Chamakh and Gourcuff embrace after a win

 French international Soccer player Yoann Gourcuff recently made a transfer from Bordeaux to Lyon with hope of competing in this year’s Champions League. Gourcuff and teammate Chamakh were a formidable force at Bordeaux and they reached the quarter finals in last year’s UEFA Champions League. This year Bordeaux failed to qualify for the tournament and its legendary coach Laurent Blanc left to pick up the pieces of the French National Team which fell into disarray at the World Cup. Marouane Chamakh, striker for Bordeaux, also left to play at Arsenal and added to Yoann’s decision to move to Lyon but still continue in the French League. Lyon has always been one of my favorite teams, especially during the time Juninho played, a time that saw incredible if not impossible free-kick goals against Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Bayern. Hopefully now with Gourcuff they can reach farther in the tournament. Nevertheless, I will always miss how Gourcuff and Chamakh synchronized plays and specially how adorably they celebrated their success at Bordeaux.  

Celebrating a Goal