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It was this sort of writing — passionate discussion of things individual writers cared deeply about — that marked the best of Pop Watch for me in 2007.
Whether or not you shared Michael Slezak’s enthusiasm for Fergie, or his appalled feelings over toys, or Simon Vozick-Levinson on hip-hop, or Chris Willman on country music and Bruce Springsteen, or Marc Bernardin on sci-fi, or Whitney Pastorek on music festivals and indie film, or Ken Tucker on , and too many others to name.
They have both been blessed with a genius that has never been seen before." -- Carlos Queiroz, former Real Madrid and Portugal manager Hero ... James turned the moribund Cavaliers into a contender -- only to take his talents to Miami in 2010 and win two championships with the Heat.
(Note: NA means either an athlete doesn't have an official account for a social media site or an accurate endorsement figure could not be confirmed.) is our annual attempt to create a ranking, through statistical analysis, of the 100 most famous athletes on the planet.
So while I want to thank all the writers,editors, photo mavens, tech wizards, interns, and celebrity guest bloggerswho helped put together Pop Watch in 2007, I especially want to thankyou, the readers, for your lively, intelligent, and civil commentary.
We posted nearly 2,500 blog items this year, and you responded withmore than 110,000 replies.
Just watch him." Having run out of superlatives for the man, a new word -- "inmessionante" -- has been created for Messi, earning its debut in a Spanish dictionary. "The perfect way to play football." -- Ian Chadband "Messi is outside all praise.
He does things you do not see even in 'Oliver and Benji' (a soccer-themed anime series) or Play Station. We're used to it, but it is a delight and a privilege to have the best player in the world in your team." -- Luis Enrique, Barcelona manager He's the most successful male tennis player in history, with the most Grand Slam singles titles (18) and final appearances (28). 1 ranking for 302 weeks in his career, the most by any man.