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Xabi Alonso at Real Madrid:
Xabi Alonso at Bayern Munich:
All I see is a picture of Xabi in a suit and then a picture Xabi in a lederhosen… He’s pretty much the exact same person in both pictures, except he plays for the better team in the second one
└ Philipp Lahm
“Sometimes Lahm is just breathtaking. He doesn’t make any mistakes. Is he a machine? No. Weber, Schulz, Höttges, in my day, they were machines. Philipp Lahm is an artist.” Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo share the spotlight nine times out of ten, yet here we are, lost and spellbound by the genius of Philipp Lahm. He chose a glossy time to retire, descending into the sunshine just as his country was celebrating his accomplishments. For sure Germany will sail after Lahm, but we may never see such a player emerge again.
You know what I want, babe? Cool guys like you out of my life.
Inspired by (x)
Truly, I feel like I’m a very happy, outgoing individual. But let’s be honest, I think every single actor in the world is crazy in their own special way. This city is full of dreamers—and that’s awesome. I mean, every city is full of dreamers, but that’s what this city lives on. [x]
ok but real talk what is pep’s fucking damage
fc bayern’s success is no accident; the four stars on their chest are the marks of over one hundred years of great history, of a team that combines hard work, perseverance and discipline. the club’s remote past is as full of trophies as their recent history, and we have their stunning achievements as proof: they are the holders of 24 bundesliga titles and 17 dfb-pokal trophies, they were by 5 times champions league winners and once world champions, and the list will only continue to grow bigger. their biggest triumph, however, was never conquered on the pitch, because fc bayern is not only a captivating club; they are, first and foremost, a family.