Erjona Sulejmani named the most attractive fan in Europe by GQ Italy [Pictures]

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Erjona Sulejmani named the most attractive fan in Europe by GQ Italy [Pictures]

Everyone who watched the Euro 2016 must remember Erjona Sulejmani – the wife of the Blerim Dzemaile, a midfielder that played for the Swiss national squad.

Erjona Sulejmani was caught on phots a couple of times during the tournament and she quickly won the hearts of football fans around the world with her attractiveness. That was noticed by GQ Italy, as the magazine has named her the most attractive football fan in Europe.

It’s not hard to understand why she has received the title:

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16 COMMENTS

  1. lmfao c’mon… shes the most attractive fan in Europe? please.. girls got 0 ass, no legs… an OK face… Alright set of tits wit major pushup bra… damn… who did she blow for this title???

  2. instead of writing about soccer, you waste our time and your space for something which does not have any connection with soccer. Why do not you write about, for an example, that Ronaldo, the icon of the sporting corporations, like Nike and Adidas, is about to get the fourth golden ball, even though he did not deserve any. It is not just that Messi, the best soccer player of all times, should have gotten all of them, but he should get them in another, at least, three years ahead. if somebody should have gotten some of them, beside Messi, it should have been Chavi and Iniesta, two best midfielders in the history. There are other players, better than Ronaldo, like David Silva, Neimar and some others. He is not the best player, even in Real. Modric, for an example is a better player, than Ronaldo. He might be one of the best scorers, like Raul, Nistelroy, Van Basten, who,by the way, were better players than Ronaldo. He is just like Luis Suares,,a soccer parasite, who is sleeping in the box, waiting for the whole team to serve him, so he could score from the positions, from which any player should be able to score. Both of them touch the ball about ten times, in average, during every game. I am not a fan of any team or player, I just hate injustice of any kind, even if it is related to soccer. It is a shame of the FIFA to put in the same class a player who is so close to the perfection and an ordinary average player, just for the reason of making profits for the sporting corporations. that is what you should write about. Who cares about a thirty kilograms girl on a soccer web site. If you want to see anorectic pretty girls, there are a plenty of web sites with this subject.

    • You went from dissing the creater of this channel, who let me remind you, is putting these games up for free so little angry kids like yourself do not have to pay to watch them, to completely and irreverently writing an entire paragraph about Ronaldo . How about taking a big step in your life and growing up and learning to respect others you twat.

      • The games on this web site are not for free. If they were, the web site could not exist. It is obvious that you do not have any education, especially one from economics. If you had any, you would know that the web site advertises many of the stuff that I might buy in the future and pay for it. I appreciate that particular aspect of the web site, but I do not appreciate writing about subjects, like this one, since it is not related to soccer. I mentioned the golden ball reward injustice, as an example, which is directly related to soccer. There are plenty other soccer issues, which I did not mentioned. You should either ignore my comment or say something intelligent. It is obvious from your stile, that there is a very huge inteligent and educational gap between you and me.

        • Hum.

          Well, i agree with you about those sh*tty tacky news.

          But…

          1. It’s “Xavi”. Not “Chavi”. And there are 2 “o” at “Nistelrooy”.

          2. Your Messi’s c*ckscker parrot’s chorus is pathetic. (And yet, i like a lot Messi -on a pitch-. And he’s for sure in the small list of best players of all time.)

          3. All your entire “Messi vs Ronaldo” / “Ronaldo is an average player” parrot’s chorus again is pathetic. (and yet, i quite don’t like Ronaldo -out and on the pitch-).

          4. Almost all awards sh*ts are kind of unjust/unfair/subjective, and even more for team sports where forwads are favored. Golden ball is not an exception. No need to speak about it again and again. Who cares. Parrot.

          5. Your “Xavi and Iniesta, two best midfielders in the history”, come one…
          Of course they’re top class top level players, and i love to see them play too, like any football lover. But what’s this?…
          They’re just PART OF the big list of best midfielders in history that we loved to see play.
          And then you come sayin “i’m not a fan bla bla bla”…
          Only 3 possibilties to be able to say such a thing:
          a. You’re a fan indeed. (but as you don’t even know how to spell 1 of their names… not credible)
          b. You’re a kid and don’t know sh*t about football history.
          c. Even adult, you don’t know sh*t about football and just keep repeating what you hear here and there.

          And finally, last but not least.

          6. “He is just like Luis Suares, a soccer parasite, who is sleeping in the box, waiting for the whole team to serve him, so he could score from the positions, from which any player should be able to score. Both of them touch the ball about ten times, in average, during every game.”

          Ok, not many possibilities again.
          a. You just watch highlights and never saw a full match of Suarez, nore his whole career performances.
          b. You don’t like his person for any reason, and are dishonnest about him as a player.
          c. You don’t know sh*t about football and just keep repeating what you hear here and there.

          Why?

          – Because Luis Suarez is a striker/center forward, so it’s his main role to be at the front of the tactical system. And when it’s not the case, to be in the good zones to be a relay or a decisive passer, or to be in the good zones to get the ball back, in order to score or assist. So he’s not waiting for the whole team to serve him, it’s the whole team which waits the good times to serve him.

          – Because Luis Suarez runs like no one on a pitch to offer those good times AND to offer support and relay. He’s involved in the game like so few strikers/center forwards are. Since always.

          – Because Luis Suarez defends like not many forwards do.

          – Because there aren’t a lot of strikers/center forwards with such regularity and efficiency, and makin it with such top level runs/controls/tricks/pass/shoots.

          – Because he’s the 6th best goal/match ratio in the last 30 years:
          1.Romario (75% of his goals in Brazil… -“cheating”-) 2.Messi 3.Van Basten 4.Ronaldo -the 1st- 5.Cr.Ronaldo.
          (Considering that the only 2 still playing today -Messi & Cr.Ronaldo- aren’t striker/center forward… it makes him the best goal/match ratio for a striker/center forward in activity).

          – Because, and that’s the main point vs what you say…
          Try to find, in the last 30 years, ONE top level striker/center forward with a better ASSIST/match ratio… Good luck.
          There’s only one, if we consider him as a striker/center forward… For some english people, he’s a striker. For french people, he’s a forward/winger: Thierry Henry.
          So according to french people definition, Suarez has THE BEST assist/match ratio for a top level striker/center forward, in the last 30 years. The 2nd best according to english people definition.

          And even including forwards and midfielders of the last 30 years…
          He’s 9th, behind Ozil, Messi, Beckham, Fabregas, Riquelme, Di Maria, Neymar and Henry.

          As i know (guessing) you’re not a kid. Nor a fan.

          I think i’ll choose the answer “c”.
          You don’t know sh*t about football, and you’re dishonnest.

  3. Well, in contrary to all that’s been said i’d just like to say I both appreciate the newsworthy nature of this story and to conclude that, I would.

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