Belgian international footballer, Jonathan Legear, said he was “only slightly” over the drink-drive limit when he and his car crashed through the glass doors of a petrol station store, ramming through several stalls of food and drinks along the way.
We’re going to need a more precise definition of “only slightly” when Jonathan gets a second.
Fabio Borini promises Liverpool fans that his goal drought at Anfield
will soon be over – and when it ends, he might be bringing his trademark ‘knife between the teeth’ celebration with him.
Have you had the pleasuring of seeing it yet, Kickettes? Why yes, it’s unconventional and mildly confusing by most standards, but surely it’s wrong to judge a man at work?
Fabs is just too damn fine to not fully appreciate every aspect of his being, so let’s all do ourselves a favour and give him the peace and quiet he needs.
Starting with stalking the exit of Liverpool’s changing room. Deal?
ADP & Emile Heskey facing off over a shiny hubcap.
There may be a better way to promote interest in Australia’s A-League, but we can’t think of it.
As is evident in the above clip, Jess is about as bad of a driver
as Stephen is a liar.
We can’t fault her for it, though. Ever since the iPhone 5 did away with Google Maps, we’ve lost all sense of direction too.
When news broke on Monday about Fernando Llorente’s training ground scuffle with Athletic Bilbao’s manager, we left our shopping bags
with a well-behaved toddler and ran for the nearest wifi signal.