The Premiere League sees the welcome return of the club calendar, that bloated, overstuffed, overhyped schedule of unmissable clashes between Cardiff and Fulham, Leicester City and Themselves, Newcastle United and the Large Man Who Owns Newcastle United and, of course, that titanic struggle between Jose Mourinho and the concept of sanity. Continue reading “Are the Sky Football scheduling team on the verge of a mental breakdown?”
Old Trafford, home of Manchester United, has decided to follow the lead of Manchester University by banning clapping from their ground.
The academics have decided the noise generated by everyone clapping creates an intimidating atmosphere, which means those of lesser ability, talent or just lacking pride, passion and backbone feel undermined and less able to reach their full potential. Continue reading “Manchester University’s No Clapping policy to be extended to Old Trafford”
Donald Trump was understandably upset at last weekend’s golf results from France – or as he calls it “that place where they don’t like me, where my fries come from.” Accordingly he’s taken a number of very quick, and ill thought-out decisions to address the massive collapse of Team USA, in the Ryder Cup. Continue reading “Following Team USA’s thrashing in The Ryder Cup in Paris, Trump declares a new Golf War”
Jose Mourinho, the manager of the world’s wealthiest football club, Manchester United, has announced that this year’s top televised charity extravaganza will be called “Manchester United In Need.” Continue reading “The special one is to host Man Utd-in- Need Telethon”
At their recent summit Kim Jong Un took on Donald Trump in the century’s greatest ever golf match. In this battle, between two egotistical tyrants, one fluffed drive could result in a nuclear strike. World peace was at stake, and death stalked the practice ground. Continue reading “The Golf Game of the Century – What really happened when Kim Jong Un took on Donald Trump”