Sunday, April 30
Friday, April 28
Silly Season Starts Early
I think Rooney is the only bright light in the worst yernited team in a decade...
Have it it, pundits!
Chris Coleman - the new Harry Redknapp
Tuesday, April 25
On the level of play Arsenal have produced over the last decade under Wenger I can fully say he deserves to finally reach the European pinnacle - United and Liverpool won this tournament and Arsenal deserve to be up there with them and finally win the biggest prize in football. Bring on Barcelona and I am sure all those Tottenham fans will be firmly behind us :)
The team that saved Football
From Today's Guardian rumour mill...
...........And finally, managers of top flight teams the length and breadth of Europe will be struggling to contain their excitement now that Los Angeles Galaxy striker Landon Donovan has announced he's interested in returning to Europe, despite a disastrous spell with Bayer Leverkusen. "I can't sit here and say I was an amazing player," Donovan told the Sunday Telegraph recently, with considerable understatement.
Monday, April 24
Arsenal V Spurs and Chelsea/Pool
Congrats to Liverpool for doing us all a favour and ousting Moaninho's men, jose gets worse and worse with his whingeing - sod him, how can anyone take the twat seriously and how can the Chelsea supporters listen to his moaning when the "Special needs One" so obviously got his tactics wrong.
Alright Yernited fans who did this
Friday, April 21
Jose gushes about Americans
Thursday, April 20
Beasley faces drink driving charges
Squirrels, Millwall and Wayne Rooney and Wembley
Wednesday, April 19
Irony, thy name is Shearer
Sol Campbell walk-out rumour
Monday, April 17
Alex Bellos' Blog
Thankyou United ???
Friday, April 14
Great Day for Chelsea
Ohh Ahh Lua Lua
I think Harry will be banning the goal celebration for the rest of the season though - he had to be taken off against Arsenal after he aggravated an ankle injury during his backflips.Wonder if he will end up at a bigger club after this season? Liverpool? Spurs?
Wednesday, April 12
Three Lions, the Yankess and Rio
Tuesday, April 11
Beckham reaffirms desire to play in States
Monday, April 10
Fancy a flutter do you Wayne?
Sunday, April 9
Arsenal eggs now in one basket?
Saturday, April 8
Wednesday, April 5
Carragher praises Arsenal
Tuesday, April 4
Rooney's bird turns 20
Monday, April 3
Champions League this week
For our female readers
Saturday, April 1
Brooks Mileson and Gretna
"Brooks Mileson (born Pennywell, Sunderland) is a British businessmen and the financial backer of Scottish football club Gretna as well as being a philanthropist to 70 non-league clubs. Mileson has invested heavily in Gretna and plans for them to eventually reach the Scottish Premier League. As of February 2006, he has also taken them to the finals of the Scottish Cup, the second oldest football trophy in the world. He is also a Carlisle United fan.
The Durham-based businessman was born in 1947, and has personal wealth estimated at over £30 million. Mileson made his fortune in various branches of the insurance, construction and property businesses. He is a devotee of grass-roots football, and has made donations to several football trusts, including Dundee United's Arab Trust, and The Berwick Rangers Supporters Trust. He is also the president of Whitby Town and sponsor of the Northern League.
Mileson broke his back at 11 and was told he would never walk again. His hips were damaged and he subsequently lost a kidney. His daily diet consists of 100 cigarettes and Lucozade, and he has had two heart attacks. He suffers from ME, and claims his determination to subdue the condition drives his many business and personal interests."