Just went through 33 pages of Torres’s book and I’m enraptured. Everything he is saying, every little word, resounds with me not just because he’s my favorite player, my #1 who will never ever be replaced, but because a lot of the things he thinks, feels, and believes in is the same as the things I think, feel, and believe in…
…It was an instinctual rather than a conscious, deliberate decision that I made when Torres became my favorite player all those years back, but as the years go by, everything tells me it was the right choice. He’s become a large part of my life; he’s someone I look up to and have a lot of respect for, someone who has traits I wish to emulate and someone I support and wish the best for.
I can’t wait to read the rest of this book. I think it’s going to be one of those books I’ll treasure and read time and time again.
And I seriously need to squash this feeling of wanting to tear up after every freaking word if I ever want to finish this book -_-.
Since 2008, the National Team has not moved from the top two teams in the FIFA standings that are updated monthly and since June this year they have been number one.
After winning the Euro 2008, Spain also beat records in the way: From 26 June 2008 to 20 June 2009, Spain won 15 consecutive matches, getting the record for the most consecutive wins in international football. The data is part of the Guinness Book of 2011. More news after the break…
That’s rightttt. HELL YEAH!