Tag Archives: Alex Song

Okay, Sese, You’re Off The Hook (For Now)

8 Nov

tumblr_mvya173Unr1sy35u0o8_1280So someone has actually out Sergio Ramosed Sergio Ramos in the fashion department. Not possible you say? Well, I beg to differ.  I give you the fashion stylings of Barca’s Alex Song.

Now normally I wouldn’t pay much attention to Alex now that he’s no longer a Gunner, but I stumbled upon John Brennan’s article on SWOL and had to share the photos he compiled because they are jaw dropping.  I think I’m going to need to check Song’s Instagram regularly.

Let’s start out with a mild one. Red jeans, green shoes. ::shrug:: That’s just Guti going out to get a newspaper, right? But that’s just the tip of the fashion disaster iceberg. Continue reading

Bits & Bobs: The “I’m Really Behind” Edition

24 Jul

Sorry I couldn’t post last night.  Something major that I had to deal with came up and I had to take care of it right away. By the time I finished doing that, I just conked out.  I’ve been pretty busy today as well. Please accept these half naked pictures of Sergio as my apology. Continue reading

Arsenal Vs. The Ballerinas: Behind The Scenes Shots

13 Apr

Remember that crazy-adorable Citroen ad featuring Arsenal players and ballet dancers? Well, watishista (and Gooner) P found these great shots and sent me a link today. Some of these behind the scenes snaps may be even cuter than the commercial. Looks like they had a fantastic time filming. (Pictures courtesy of Citroen) Continue reading

Arsenal Get Their Plies On

7 Apr

Arsenal’s Alex Song, Wojciech Szczesny, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Bacary Sagna met up with members of the English National Ballet and pianist Martin Keown to promote the new Citroën DS5 with adorable results. My crush on The Ox grows daily. Too frigging cute!

– Lozil

The Daily Drool: Alex Song

6 Dec

Defensive midfielder has been playing for Arsenal since 2006. He played for the French U-16 team in 2002-2003 and then joined Cameroon’s u-17 team in 2003. He began representing Cameroon on the senior level in 2005. He’s one of 28 children in his family (17 sisters and 10 brothers)!