Oh Chris, no, no, no

October 30, 2008

BEFORE Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross, there was another BBC broadcaster who got into trouble for saying something grossly offensive on the radio. His name was Chris Price. Read the rest of this entry »


Last on MOTD: Barton bridge

October 30, 2008

APOLOGIES for the lack of blogging lately. I’ve spent the last four days complaining to the BBC 27,000 times about Russell Brand’s radio show. Not sure if anything will come of it, though. Read the rest of this entry »

Vertigo inverted

October 26, 2008

IT happened with the England manager’s job. Now it’s happening with the Tottenham job. It’s the Vertigo inversion. Read the rest of this entry »

Last on MOTD: At least it couldn’t go to penalties

October 26, 2008

PAUL Ince and Gareth Southgate have both had their fair share of penalty misery down the years. Southgate ended up in a Pizza Hut advert after failingĀ in a shoot-outĀ against Germany at Euro 96. Ince escaped a similar fate after missing against Argentina at France 98, largely because a large part of the nation seemed to have decided that David Beckham was Satan. Read the rest of this entry »

Ooh, Peter Crouch, the cat’s done a whoopsie

October 20, 2008

NEVER heard of Darren Farley? You will soon. The guy’s only been famous a week, and he’s already proved he can do more impressions than Les Dennis. Read the rest of this entry »

Recovering nicely

October 19, 2008

RAFA Benitez has threatened to consult his doctor if Liverpool keep on scaring him witless. If they are going to win the title, they’re certainly doing it the hard way. Read the rest of this entry »

Last on MOTD: Down the devil’s road

October 19, 2008

“BOLTON’s always a hard place to go,” said Blackburn manager Paul Ince, presumably referring to the difficulties of playing Gary Megson’s Wanderers rather than the perils of walking down Bradshawgate on a Saturday night. Read the rest of this entry »