Tuesday, September 30, 2014

PSG out to stop Messi and Neymar in Champions League clash


PSG coach Laurent Blanc has called on his side to be “aggressive” if they are to beat Barcelona when the two sides clash in the Champions League on Tuesday.

The French champions have started the season slowly and will also be without talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the Parc des Princes.


Barcelona, who knocked PSG out of the competition in the quarter-finals two seasons ago,  thrashed Granada 6-0 last time out and will again look to Lionel Messi and Neymar for the goals in Paris.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 12:31

Monday, September 29, 2014

Julia Roberts Caricature

Elvis Presley Caricature

Frank Zappa caricature

Adel Ferdosipour cartoon tribute


According to Wikipedia Adel Ferdosipour is an Iranian journalisttranslatorfootball commentator and television show host and producer. He is the host and producer of the popular TV show:Navad.
Ferdosipour also has a sport web site called 90tv.ir which he foucs on the Iranian football and discuss the hot topics about it.
I've been asked from the web site to draw Ferdosipour who is famous in fighting corruption in the Irani football.
Here is the cartoon link from 90tv.ir web site:

Messi the ‘Wilt Chamberlain’ of football

After Lionel Messi surpassed 400 career goals on Saturday evening, Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has likened the Argentine to NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain.

"If Cristiano Ronaldo is like Michael Jordan, then Messi is like Wilt Chamberlain, who scored 100 points in one game," the Barca coach said at a press conference.

"I considered taking Messi off to rest him, but watching him in action is such a big joy that I preferred to have him on the pitch for 90 minutes.

"He is very generous with his assists and it really is a joy to watch him. He has been touched by the magic wand.

"Messi scoring 400 goals? Most of us didn't even score that many goals if we counted all those at school, on the streets, wherever..."


Monday, 29 September 2014 12:00

Fiery Rooney reaches boiling point

Just as Louis van Gaal finally caught a break, with Manchester United picking up a 2-1 victory over West Ham, he was also dealt a blow as skipper Wayne Rooney picked up a red card.

The England international had opened the scoring at Old Trafford on Saturday, but hacked down Stewart Downing as the winger looked to lead a break away and was duly shown his marching orders.

It was Rooney's first red card in a United shirt since 2009, though his manager was keen to play down the maliciousness of the challenge and felt it was merely a "professional" foul.

Nevertheless, the Red Devils will be forced to make do without their new captain until November, with a three-match ban ruling him out of fixtures against Everton, West Brom and Chelsea.
Sunday, 28 September 2014 11:30