cup winner

Okay but Newts Mom was a Ravenclaw, Newts Dad was a Slytherin, Newts brother was a Gryffindor and when Newt sat down on that stood the Sorting Hat smiles and said “I know just where to put you”.
AND DURING THE SUMMER THE FAMILY WOULD CHORES FOR “HOUSE POINTS” AND ON THE LAST DAY BEFORE SCHOOL THEY WOULD TALLY UP THE POINTS AND THEY WOULD DECORATE THE HOUSE IN THE WINNERS HOUSE COLORS AND THEY WOULD EAT THAT PERSONS FAVORITE MEAL AND THEY MADE THEIR OWN LITTLE HOUSE CUP THAT THE WINNER GO TO KEEP IN THEIR ROOM.
I LOVE THE SCAMANDER FAMILY.

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Bayern Munich (ft The nights )

Fußball-Club Bayern München is a German sports club based in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It is best known for its professional football team, which plays in the Bundesliga, the top tier of the German football league system, and is the most successful club in German football history, having won a record 26 national titles and 18 national cups.  Bayern has also won one UEFA Cup, one European Cup Winners’ Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, one FIFA Club World Cup and two Intercontinental Cups, making it one of the most successful European clubs internationally.  Current captain is Philim Lahm

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Two time Olympic Gold Medalist. Two time FIFA Player of the Year and World Cup Winner Carli Lloyd signs for Man City Women. She sits down with City TV to give her first interview as a blue.

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SIGNING | Manchester City have captured the signature of two-time FIFA World Player of the Year winner, Carli Lloyd. | The 34-year-old has played in her homeland throughout her club career to date, but the World Cup winner and double Olympic gold medallist joins Nick Cushing’s Super League champions in the hunt for a new challenge. Lloyd will be with the team until the end of the Spring Series and feature in the FA Women’s Cup and UEFA Women’s Champions League campaign. She will begin training with the squad in early March. Lloyd told CityTV: “I’m thrilled to be here and I’m looking forward to starting up and meeting teammates.
“This is a unique opportunity and I couldn’t be prouder to be part of the club here in Manchester. I’m looking forward to kicking off. “I’m always looking for different challenges. I always want to continue to get better and look for ways where I am going to be able to push my game. Coming here and being part of City is going to do that.

Guardiola: Football will miss Lahm - he is a special person in my life

Pep Guardiola has lavished praise on Philipp Lahm, hailing the retiring Bayern Munich stalwart as “a special person" in the Manchester City coach’s life.

Lahm announced this week that he will retire from football at the end of the season, bringing an end to a professional career that will have lasted almost 25 years when it comes to a close.

The 33-year-old World Cup winner has been at Bayern since 1995, winning seven Bundesliga titles as well as six DFB-Pokal crowns, while he has played in three Champions League finals – emerging victorious once.

Lahm was a key member of the Bayern squad during Guardiola’s time in the Bundesliga, and the two have spoken warmly of each other on several occasions.

When asked on Friday about Lahm’s contribution to the game in the wake of his announcement, Guardiola’s admiration shone through.

“Philipp was and is a special person in my life,” he said. “It is not easy for a Catalan guy to go to Munich after their treble and learn German and be involved in that culture. He helped me on and off the pitch. He is one of the most fantastic players I ever trained in my life and one of the most intelligent. Football is going to miss one of the best players ever.

“He can play in 10 positions, no problems because he understands the game perfectly. I know when I go back to Munich to see my friends he will be there. That is the most precious gift a trainer can have. It was a huge honour for me to be his manager.

“I am a little bit sad because I think in my heart he still has football in his legs but maybe not in his head and that’s why he is retiring.

“I wish him and his beautiful wife and son the best for the future and hopefully, as soon as possible, he can be involved in football because he is so necessary. An exceptional person and exceptional player, he was a delight.”

[…]For the moment, Gerrard will work as a pundit for BT Sport. He has, however, been talking to former colleagues for advice and Alonso revealed the pair had spoken about the way things are done at Bayern Munich.
‘When the time comes, he will be ready but now he has the TV and he is ready for a break,’ said Alonso, after helping Bayern Munich to a 2-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen at The Allianz Arena.
‘He asked about things. We spoke about his plans. I am sure he would never have played for another English team. He had a chance to try another club but he was really committed, never made the call and that makes his career all the more special, to devote himself to one club.
‘That makes it all the more special. Everything happens for a reason. The farewell he had when he left Liverpool and the farewell he is having now is fully deserved.’
Alonso and Gerrard formed a bond during the five years the Spanish World Cup winner was at Anfield, one that remains. He knew the curtain would fall on Gerrard’s career at some point but his announcement still left a mark.
‘He has left a legacy and the memories we have of Stevie,’ said Alonso. ‘He was not just a normal player. For the club, for the city, he was Liverpool – 100 per cent. It is the end of one period but I’m sure in the future another period will be starting for him.
‘He was an inspiration. On the pitch, he was a legend but he was so humble. The way he behaved with everyone was the way as you want to respect someone. He was a real friend, someone you could rely on, on and off the pitch.‘