London Calling?

Kaka’s mum gets Chelsea fans excited with Twitter tweet

Where would we be without Mario Balotelli or Twitter? We’ll tell you where – still trawling the internet looking around for news rather than having it slap us right in the face with its dirty, clammy palms.

This may not be news exactly, in fact, it may just be a middle-aged woman’s holiday plans, but Kaka’s mammy has gone and tweeted this:

“Queridos na proxima temporada estaremos em Londres pregando a Palavra de Deus!”

According to the big brains in The Spoiler Translation Division, this roughly says: ‘We’re going to be in London next season.’ It’s since been taken down after Kaka probably had firm but lovingly delivered word with her.

It seems to suggest he’s off to Chelsea though, no? Happy with that Blues fans? Would he ‘do a job’? Let us know with a eloquent little comment below…

10 responses so far
  • internet pundit // May 10, 2011 at 10:27 am

    … why do you always link the London transfers to Chelsea

    Maybe he is off to West Ham ?


  • FuzzyPin // May 10, 2011 at 10:55 am

    or QPR….

  • JL // May 10, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    “After realizing the potential of a misinterpretation, Mrs. dos Santos Leite followed up by tweeting. ‘Kaká está em negociação para apresentar com Carolina em Arena O2′ It is now believed that she has mistaken Old School Yard Karaoke bar for the O2.”

  • Blake Hewitt // May 10, 2011 at 3:42 pm

    nooooo….what a waste that would be. BRING IN HULK

  • Danielle // May 10, 2011 at 7:35 pm

    Why are Chelsea wasting money on stars past their prime? Aguero, Sneijder & Bale should be our top targets.

  • Oscar Pelaelo-Kenosi // May 10, 2011 at 10:27 pm

    With socr career’ for success of a playr it lies on game time thus Kaka’s move to London wil mean success…

  • gaucho en Londres // May 11, 2011 at 9:23 am

    Does having too much money make one a blithering idiot?? Skill w/o workrate equals useless in the EPL.
    Whatever man, it’s his money… grrr!

  • Yusuf, Lagos-Nigeria // May 11, 2011 at 10:45 am

    For Gods’s sake Chelsea don’t Kaka, there are young and exciting players like Sneijder, Pastore, Aguero, Juan Mata who can fit into game plan that will best suit Nando or better still move Mikel up to play just behind the strikers. I will advise Carlo or whoever that will replace him to go back and watch Mikel’s game in the 2005 world youth tournament where he emerged as second best player only to merciless Messi, and also his time at Lynn Oslo where he excelled in attacking midfield role.

  • Oladapo Maxwell // May 11, 2011 at 10:53 am

    Great Kaka! he will be a good signing because he’s got the experience…welcome to London!

  • hatton // May 11, 2011 at 3:52 pm

    am no chelsea fan, but i want the epl to be exciting in terms of tackles (ball winning), pace, skill and goals, and poor ageing kaka wont survive that. he might as well join mls or j league

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