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Good Week/Bad Week: Dressing Up & Drama

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Everton players arrive at the Chester Races yesterday.

Some days we like our footballers to be naked. Other days, we like them to be stylishly dressed.

Marouane Fellaini’s scarf, Kickettes. Is it having a Good Week or Bad Week?

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Andriy Shevchenko: Eyes On The Prize

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Image: SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP/GettyImages.

To celebrate Ukraine acting as joint hosts of the EURO 2012, this blindingly beautiful, highly expensive footballing prize will be displayed at several locations across the country, allowing the public to gawp at it to their heart’s content. If they’re really lucky, they may even get the chance to run their fingers over its fine curves.

Those folks might as well give the trophy a once-over while they’re there, too.

EURO 2012: An Accommodations Overview, England

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With rumours swirling about an imminent England NT roster announcement, whaddya say we have a looky at the team’s lodging?

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Bacary Sagna: Broken Bones & Dreams

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Bacary Sagna broke his leg on Saturday and will miss out on France’s Euro 2012 campaign this summer. He’s also accused Norwich City’s Bradley Johnson of deliberately injuring him by stepping on his leg, which caused him to go to the ground unchallenged near the 33rd minute mark.

What we want to be reporting on is how his abs are coping with this news. If anyone sees them, please send our regards.

Republic Of Ireland NT: Booze & Babes In Bed No Biggie

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Irish players will be free to enjoy some sexy time with their wives, mistresses (or perhaps both) during this summer’s European Championships in Poland, Giovanni Trapattoni recently revealed.

While some football managers impose bans on rousing rompfests before big games, the Republic of Ireland NT manager doesn’t see the harm in allowing his squad extracurricular sexual activity time as long as players’ pleasing sessions occur before the sun goes down.

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