Dude, That's My Car
Carlos Tevez, Manchester United's Argentinian striker who is linked with moves to several big clubs including United, just got his car, a Bentley worth £140k, seized by police.
Tevez raised his hand and rushed to the scene screaming, "Dude, that's my car!" with a nearby DVD store offering him the movie's DVD for free should he get a hat-trick in United's next match.
According to police, Tevez's car does not have a full UK license. What would you expect from a Carlitos in England? No answer is required.
Robbie Keane will give his medal away if Liverpool win the title, because it would be meaningless after he was frozen out by Rafa Benitez.
It would have been Keane's first golden medal from a league win. So what are the chances that his comments are anything more than a consolation? No answer is required.
Down and Out
After EPL fans waved farewell for Paul Ince, it might be time for the fans to get their fists out of their pockets again.
Tony Adams is not exactly on a high and might be set for a byebye wave from the Portsmouth board. Now it's like watching Adams fade away. Exciting isn't it? Not for the Adams family.
Don't expect new, young managers who happen to be ex-footballers to rush to the hotseats of English clubs soon.