I once went to a super bowl party with people I work at a nightclub with (therefore everyone drank like it was the end of the world), I had a soccer game later that day and I was shitfaced. Do You Know Your Megan Baby Shirt? I got a red card and fell so much I fucked up my knee but I just kept laughing the entire time. I never really minded playing Sunday games hungover. The running around and sweating would kinda revitalize me. Unless it was a particularly bad hangover. Then yeah I’d just feel like shit and usually wouldn’t even make it to the match.
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The Sunday league I played in after college scheduled most of their matches in the evening so I’d spend the day sleeping/recovering. I imagine it would have been much harder to play a morning match after a night out I do hope he gets back into it, he’d have to start by getting back in shape though. Do You Know Your Megan Baby Shirt? he was looking pretty thick in the last picture I saw of him. As for Robben. I think knowing how frail his body was and having to train a lot to recover from. So many injuries helped with his discipline as well as having that strong familial support structure.
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He didn’t leave because he had problems with our board or something. He was just too expensive and getting old. Also, Tudor (our coach at the time) didn’t want him in the squad because he didn’t fit in the system. He was always very professional with us. I don’t think his fitness was the problem. Do You Know Your Megan Baby Shirt, Inter and Galatasaray having problems with management? Probably him partying until 6 am was one of the problems, not in terms of keeping fit or playing well but more so in terms of discipline. If you’re on a national squad, hell even if it’s the fuckin San Marino squad. You’d probably be able to score a decent amount of ass on your own. With Sneijder, I’m sure he had no issues once someone at a club would point out his status.