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Really neat cover of Vance Joy’s Riptide by Taylor Swift for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge.

d3monsrun:

What the FUCK is she filing?! Her fucking GLOVES?!

(Source: africant)

"It was one of the best games of my career for Manchester United and I’m really happy with the saves, the win and for the team as well. It’s difficult to say something about the crowd. When they sing your name like this, it is unbelievable."

- David de Gea

(Source: fuckyeahmanchesterunited)

(Source: vangaaled)

houtrafford:

St’De Gea

houtrafford:

St’De Gea


#SuperDave

#SuperDave

k23designs:

Haters ?

k23designs:

Haters ?

swiftnetwork:

@jtrainnnn13: This only happens in movies or books, the way I was picked, and the night I had last night. Taylor has taught me so much over the past 6 years and the honor to know she picked me to come to her parents house is the most amazing experience any swiftie could imagine. I still can’t believe it’s real. I mean guys she told me she had my shirt and she loved. This life is sweeter than fiction. Thank you from the bottom of my heart @taylorswift for giving me the enchanting chance to meet you. I will never forget this. I love you. Oh ps dreams do come true. 😭 #taylorswift #1989SECRETSESSIONS #BESTDAYEVER

swiftnetwork:

@jtrainnnn13: This only happens in movies or books, the way I was picked, and the night I had last night. Taylor has taught me so much over the past 6 years and the honor to know she picked me to come to her parents house is the most amazing experience any swiftie could imagine. I still can’t believe it’s real. I mean guys she told me she had my shirt and she loved. This life is sweeter than fiction. Thank you from the bottom of my heart @taylorswift for giving me the enchanting chance to meet you. I will never forget this. I love you. Oh ps dreams do come true. 😭 #taylorswift #1989SECRETSESSIONS #BESTDAYEVER

taylorswift:

I’m kind of rethinking the album cover.

taylorswift:

I’m kind of rethinking the album cover.

afootballreport:

Reinvented by de Boer, Ajax’s Daley Blind transforms into the ‘Dutch Lahm’

By Mohamed Moallim

Innovation swirls around Ajax like leaves, in the Vondelpark, on a blustery autumn’s day. “Almost every club tries to imitate them,” Aad de Mos, who managed them between 1980 and 1985, recently said. “But they are unique and two steps ahead [of their rivals].” What kept Ajax ahead of the game, and could do so again, is the education their footballers receive. One such individual is Daley Blind son of club legend Danny.
His impressive displays at left-back over the last eighteen months cemented his position as one of the most improved footballers in the Netherlands, but the last few months has seen him reinvent himself, moving into the heart of midfield where he continues to excel. 
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afootballreport:

Reinvented by de Boer, Ajax’s Daley Blind transforms into the ‘Dutch Lahm’

By Mohamed Moallim

Innovation swirls around Ajax like leaves, in the Vondelpark, on a blustery autumn’s day. “Almost every club tries to imitate them,” Aad de Mos, who managed them between 1980 and 1985, recently said. “But they are unique and two steps ahead [of their rivals].” What kept Ajax ahead of the game, and could do so again, is the education their footballers receive. One such individual is Daley Blind son of club legend Danny.

His impressive displays at left-back over the last eighteen months cemented his position as one of the most improved footballers in the Netherlands, but the last few months has seen him reinvent himself, moving into the heart of midfield where he continues to excel.

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afootballreport:

The Oldest Footballer in England

Meet Dickie Borthwick. He’s approaching 79, and still plays football.

Beyond the immediate desire to want to kick around with him, this short film by Alex Knowles & James Callum focuses on a man who has been fortunate enough to share his whole life with the game. They made the film with the intent to dispel the myth that ‘old people are past it’ and instead introduce us to inspirational people with invaluable insight, exceptional passion, a never-ending supply of wonderful stories and a thirst for life that refuses to fade.

Mr. Borthwick notes that "football brings a lot of friends into your life… I’m there with young people all the time, playing football! At my age! What more can I ask for?" Cheers, Dickie, for reminding us to appreciate what we all have at our feet.

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afootballreport:

The Oldest Footballer in England

Meet Dickie Borthwick. He’s approaching 79, and still plays football.

Beyond the immediate desire to want to kick around with him, this short film by Alex Knowles & James Callum focuses on a man who has been fortunate enough to share his whole life with the game. They made the film with the intent to dispel the myth that ‘old people are past it’ and instead introduce us to inspirational people with invaluable insight, exceptional passion, a never-ending supply of wonderful stories and a thirst for life that refuses to fade.

Mr. Borthwick notes that "football brings a lot of friends into your life… I’m there with young people all the time, playing football! At my age! What more can I ask for?" Cheers, Dickie, for reminding us to appreciate what we all have at our feet.

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