THE Team GB Olympic kit was revealed last Thursday to something of a brouhaha. Or, if you prefer, something of a bluehaha. (Ha ha.) A few people got into a tizz over Stella McCartney’s design, which included plenty of blue and a fair bit of white, but hardly any red. Read the rest of this entry »
SAY what you like about Steve Kean. (I like to tell people he was brought up by bears on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, that he once claimed to be “delighted” after winning £750 on Deal Or No Deal and that he’s the deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats.) But the Blackburn manager has shown dignity in his dealings with the local paper. Read the rest of this entry »
HE was there last night, in the Match of the Day opening titles, as he has been every week this season.
His appearance, as usual, lasted for less than a second, sandwiched between a clip of Gareth Bale scoring a hooked volley at Stoke, and Darren Bent applauding the home supporters on a big screen at Aston Villa. Read the rest of this entry »
WHAT’S the one thing that everyone likes to give and no one likes to receive? Apart from socks, Twitter abuse and the DVD release of Love, Actually. And Purple Ronnie cards. Read the rest of this entry »
IT occurred to me while reading the Norwich City player profiles in the match programme before yesterday’s game at Stoke. Norwich are the Sarah Millican of English football. Read the rest of this entry »