Isa, 16.
The best you ever had is just a memory and those dreams.

hellabloggin:

american horror story: talking to people u used to be friends with

biforce:

nothing bad can happen while ur under a blanket just remember that

I have enjoyed every minute of representing my country and it is a sad day for me knowing that I won’t pull on the England shirt again. However, I do look forward to continuing my strong realtionship with the FA and helping out in any way I can going forward. I’d firstly like to thank my family and friends for all their support throughout my England journey. I’d also like to thank everyone who has been part of my international career, from the England mangers I’ve played under to the staff at the FA and, of course, all the players I’ve been fortunate to play alongside. In particular, the supporters have been amazing, not least in Brazil when they got behind the team despite the disappointing results. I’d especially like to thank Roy for giving me the captaincy permanently when he took the job, making me the proudest man in the country and allowing me to fulfil my childhood dream.

Thank you for everything Stevie.

  1. What football taught me: trust no one and nothing until you see that motherfucker holding the jersey and signing the contract

SH