French footballer Gael Clichy, from Martiniquis heritage and playing for Manchester City in the Premier League, developed his left foot on the advice of his father, I am reading. Truth be told, I captured this shot merely because I liked the colors.
It is also said that the 27 year old had a near-death experience during surgery for detaching his ring finger after a freak accident, and his heart stopped during the operation.
Life is precious. Time is fleeting. Fate is fickle.
It is MC 0 TOTT 0 at 50:08 as I write this.
MC 1 TOTT 0 at 56″ Samir Nasri
MC 2 TOTT 0 at 59′ Joleon Lescott
MC 2 TOTT 1 at 60′ Jermain Defoe
MC 2 TOTT 2 at 64′ Gareth Bale, Welsh international leftsideder. He gives the signal for “soccer-love” as his celebration:
Gareth Bale, known as the (new) Welsh Wizard shares an overlapping fan base with Epic Recording artists Lostprophets, who have a new cd coming in April. Dig this highlight reel, to “Wake Up”:
Well, this has shifted from a French-tinged Manchester City article to a Welsh-tinged Hotspur story but here’s a wee more from Lostprophets, with as footie gives way to boxing:
edit to add, moments and one other post later: speaking of post, Jermaine Defoe marked closely by Gael Clichy nearly got the gamer, I captured. But then Balotelli got taken down and converted the PK at 94″. Pretty good test, if I was slightly distracted trying to edit by photos. Manchester City, 3 Tottenham 2