It's Up For Grabs Now
Thursday, October 21, 2004
What stage does an argument reach before trying to insert a banana in the other party's rectum becomes a viable course of action?
Monday, October 18, 2004
How fans change from country to country - Sao Paulo are pelted with stones and various objects by opponents they're beating 5-0 - saves them doing it to their own players, we suppose - while a Dutch referee turns tail and abandons the game over crowd chants. Sticks and stones etc.
FIFA like to come down hard on FAs that try and apply common sense to rulings, recently telling our own to stop rescinding red cards. A brickbat on its way to the German FA soon, then, for allowing a Borussia Moechengladbach handballed goal and then suspending scorer Oliver Neuville
Monday, October 11, 2004
We have a new Mellor! (about a third of the way down)
Sunday, October 10, 2004
Ever wondered why soccer's never hugely taken off in America? We're putting it down to the sort of attitude that means new MLS clubs can be called Real Salt Lake, with a view to a tie-up with Real Madrid. They've not thought this through, have they?
Tuesday, October 05, 2004
BitTorrent - it's the future! And one the press doesn't seem to have spotted yet, so snap up some large football downloads before the undesirables take over
Saturday, October 02, 2004
Whatever the issues about the Arsenal row - can two footballers not have an exchange of views without the police being called now? - here's professional journalism for you: "it is understood that the club have already made inquiries and it believes that the reports are without foundation". There's film of them!