Safety in Uniforms

14 Nov


That’s right, you won’t find any fashion horrors in this La Roja post. Everyone has safely transitioned into NT life and it’s track suits all day, everyday. Not to worry though, there’s still a whole lotta of cute and sexayy to go around even if the boys are uniformed up. Thankfully, the weather is still warm enough for shorts! Hello muscley Spanish legs.


Seriously, these boys and each others ears….I don’t even want to try and understand the fascination Sergio has with Villa’s ears.


Not content with just workin’ it for Spain’s defense, Sergio decided to get his goalie on. He slipped on Pepe’s gloves and they both took turns scoring penalties against each other.




The press was hit with a pair of light eyed beauties, today. Replacement cuties, Llorente & Bartra spoke about being called up & the challenges they face….a so many beautiful teammates, so little time kinda thang.


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Competition – “Coming is complicated, in all positions and up front it’s clear, there are many players and it will be a long fight, we will all give everything and see in the end.”

Play-offs – “We don’t have to think of other rivals, just think of us, if we play to our level, we must be able to fight anybody.”

Diego Costa – “He’s a great player, he can contribute a lot and the coach will be happy to have him.”

Memories of South Africa – “We return to a country that has given us so much, we were greeted by amazing and wonderful moments there. We should be very thankful and it is good to come back and prove it.”

Requirement – “Coming to the selection forces you to give the best of you, every game you have to give your best because if you don’t you cannot come back.”

The 2010 final – “I remember the way to the field, we were eager to play the final, with a possibility so large, it was very special.”



Marco Bartra:

“It was a very nice surprise to be in my first call with the seniors,” the 22-year-old centre-back said. “It’s a dream for me. It is important to feel at home here, not only with the Barcelona players, but with league rivals.”

“The most important thing is to serve the team and add to that we remain the best team in the world.”


Newbie Bartra got his photoshoot on, getting his picture taken, for the first time, in the new Spain kit.

Then it was time for the La Roja veterans to get in some camera time, getting together for sponsorship photos.

Finally, the boys’ own pics, where everyone is free to point at each other and smile.




He’ll learn to point at the subject of his photos soon.


Valdes taking part in some sort of sports panel.


Double point!




To those who were liking the pornstache, sadly, it looks like Iker wasn’t feeling it as much as we were. Either Iker has commitment issues or he’s not 100% on the concept of Movember. You were supposed to give us a whole month of pornstache Capi!

Pics, Gifs, & video via gfsports, claudiasvelti, lafurriaroja, sr4oldpics, infocasillas, teamrealmadrid, laenergiadelaroja, lovefootballteam, bartra-marc, & b2rg.


7 Responses to “Safety in Uniforms”

  1. mygypsyspirit November 15, 2013 at 12:13 am #

    Bartra is most definitely a hottie. But I’ll stick with my Llorente love and my Valdes drooling… They’re more than enough for me. For today anyway

  2. Natalie November 15, 2013 at 12:16 am #

    good post to go to sleep with, thanks. And maybe sergio practicing to keep his kids ears clean on david there? good guinea pig as any, and cute one

  3. Backwards November 15, 2013 at 3:02 am #

    Llorente & Bartra. There are no words.

    Good on Juan for keeping up the tradition of touching your teammates in photos.

  4. jellyace November 15, 2013 at 9:01 am #

    I keep looking at Marc Bartra and expect him to speak in the breathy voice of Robby Benson.

    • Christine November 16, 2013 at 9:07 am #

      Lol! Robby Benson…good one.

  5. k November 15, 2013 at 10:26 am #

    Villa is looking good, very young and lovely goal.

  6. Katie Ann November 15, 2013 at 5:21 pm #

    Batra’s reading Kilian Jornet!!! He’s one of my running idols. I love it.

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