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Weekend Results: Great Balls Of Fire

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Michu is somewhere under his Swansea team-mates, we think. Image: Action Images.

Hope everyone has recovered from the madness that was this weekend! We personally are in serious need of some vitamins after seeing so many cramped legs, wet hair-dos, bloody body parts and yellow cards. Lest we forget a few curious ‘transfer’ rumours, too.

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Weekend Results: On Bended Knees

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More of this is right this way, everybody.

Harry Redknapp returned to club coaching duties at QPR, Rafa Benitez was met with an emphatic few minutes of straight boos from the Blues’ fans and we fancied Fiorentina’s head GQMF in charge, Vincenzo Montella, for the first time.

To say it was a cracking weekend in footy would be an understatement, but how was it for you and yours? Are you a happy, sad or indifferent bunch of Kickettes this morning? Do you also need some chocolate therapy?

Regardless of whether your team won, lost or drew, we can all appreciate various players’ attempts to make everything better via up-short shots. They’re men with truly big hearts, who know what real fans need to keep their spirits soaring.

 

Champions League Observations: Revelling In Muscle Group Glory

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As you can see by this rather stacked six pack, Ezequiel Garay was happy. He and his Benfica buddies crushed the hearts of Celtic and the dreams of Rod Stewart  by a score of 2-1. We were equally chuffed that the magic lamp we invested in finally granted our ‘more thighs please!’ wishes.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic: How Do You Like Him Now?

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ICYMI: Zlatan doesn’t do trials.

ICYMI, II: Watch Shebra’s amazing goal from yesterday’s 4-2 friendly win over England.

Rod Stewart: Let’s Tear It For The Bhoys

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Related: Celtic beating Barcelona made Rod Stewart cry.