A week has passed and the world has scarcely recovered from the shock of Salah United’s appalling collapse against Red Star Belgrade. This was the Champions League’s greatest upset since Manchester United’s stunning triumph against Young Boys of Bern, in the first round of matches. Continue reading “Outrage in Liverpool when Milner picks blue over red causing his team to lose, the silly tosser”
This week Wayne Rooney will take a break from slaying the North American Soccer League (aka ‘Sunshine Meadows Retirement Home for the Slightly Too Slow to Play in Europe’) and return to the land in which he made his name.
This is, of course, in order to celebrate his international highlights; getting sent-off against Portugal and performing shambolically over a succession of major tournaments. Continue reading “As Wayne Rooney wends his way to his retirement home the FA lines up a grand finale”
The England squad has been hit by a number of late drop-outs for their vital home friendly against the United States. Even though the game has been ear-marked as a send-off for one of England’s all-time greats, a low attendance is expected, and several key players have declared themselves unavailable. Continue reading “England Suffer Late Drop-Outs for completely pointless clash”
Following the news that his Arsenal contract would not be renewed, Arsenal’s Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey looks set for a move away from the Emirates. Though he was initially linked with the likes of Liverpool and Manchester United, it seems that Ramsey might be set to follow in the footsteps of a number of great British exports. Continue reading “Aaron Ramsey set for a big money transfer to a top European subs bench”
In the aftermath of their catastrophic, rudderless capitulation at the hands of the mighty Manchester City, Saints boss Mark ‘the moaner’ Hughes was able to delight language fans everywhere with a fun and delightful new synonym for the phrase ‘mind-bendingly terrible’. Continue reading “Useless gets a new synonym – “Milky””
After his claim on Monday night that Spurs have ceased to be quite the weak, spineless, cowardly, pathetic, gutless, submissive, pusillanimous, yellow-bellied, irresolute, chicken-hearted side they have been for “the last 30 years”, Gary Neville has gone on to make another shocking admission that strikes at the heart of everything we have thought to be true; things change over time. Continue reading “Gary Neville finally admits Spurs might have gotten a bit better”