The story of the week was not just Sven Goran Ericsson sat opposite GMTV’s Ben Shepherd with his legs splayed so far apart it I though he was going to say, ‘Ready when you are Benjamin’ but the backlash against Fabio Capello.
Not only did he make a balls of England’s World Cup, he sacked the patron saints of saints, the sainted David St Beckham live on telly.
Northumbria Police have released an image of Gazza from the Raul Moat murder case.
Avram Grant must be wondering what in the name of crotchless knicker salesmen has he got himself embroiled with now. His owners here, demonstrating how to him how to park the bus van and form a wall mart.
Craig Bellamy is in for a long wait before he gets to kick a ball in anger again. City are seemingly unprepared to sell him to those they deem as rivals. Tottenham have courted Bellamy via Harry RedTapp for weeks and Mark Hughes has made a ‘come on in, the water’s lovely’ type overture to the player but it is looking increasingly like Celtic or Cardiff will be the ones to make gain of this situation.
James Milner’s blistering goal against West Ham and Manchester City’s showing at White Hart Lane, makes him look like money well spent.
After seven days of anger and disbelief,Tottenham’s Peter Crouch managed to talk Abbey around to seeing things from a Premiership footballer’s point of view. Sometimes women can be so difficult to communicate with.
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