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TV Enthusiasts: Our mates at KCKRS availed us of the news that Peter Crouch is getting his own talkshow, called, hilariously, On The Couch With Peter Crouch. You might think this is terrible, but we’re addicted to the new series of Geordie Shore. By contrast, Crouch is the footballing equivalent of Larry King.
Also, who watched last night’s premiere of the new ITV1 reality comp, Let’s Get Gold? Starring Freddie Flintoff (cricket bloke), Una Healy (The Saturdays; WAG of rugby chap Ben Foden), Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United footballer, obvi) and Martine McCutcheon (who has no great sporting link as far as we can tell), we’re positive none of us missed much.
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The players of Parma are tireless pre-season torch bearers, paving the way for all squads returning to light domestic club training. These men undergo rigorous semi-commando scientific studies annually, testing oxygen equipment, ice baths and naturally made sources of water, in order to deem these devices safe and worthy of their peers’ use.
All hail their bouncing bulge on the beach, Kickettes. For they are tightly packaged, toned wonders to behold.
We prefer to ease into Monday mornings cautiously, utilising espresso, muffins and photos of
Raffaella Fico’s mysteriously bloated belly Marco Borriello naked to ease into things.
How ’bout you, Kickettes? Does your morning routine deviate from ours at all while you try to get into the swing of things?
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And finally, three hours after the rest of the competitors have dragged themselves over the week’s finishing line, Kickette staffers wheeze their way into the final straight.
Only a few more steps to go. Cheers us on, would you?