The Onion Bag: Livermore's £6,000 Celebration and World Cup Cleavage

Ryan Bailey@ryanjaybaileyFeatured ColumnistDecember 23, 2013

Welcome to the Onion Bag, your source for the latest weird and wonderful world football news.

First up today, we look at one of the most expensive goal celebrations in history. Hull's Jake Livermore destroyed a photographer's camera, but thankfully he has made amends. 

Next, we head to Italy, where Palermo's owner insists a referee treated his team poorly to avenge his father.

And finally, we look at the fallout from the World Cup draw, in which host Fernanda Lima caused an upset by dressing too provocatively.

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