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We are not responsible for any Kickette-rs’ actions that occur while watching Iker Casillas attempt to contain his emotions during a surprise video tribute at last week’s SNT presser.
- Harry Redknapp and Milan Mandaric are set to stand trial for tax evasion at Portsmouth FC in early 2012. The Tottenham Spurs manager has denied all charges.
- Meanwhile Redknapp’s son, Jamie, and his wife Louise, are expected to lose some big bucks once Thomas Cook drops the couple from their travel campaigns in the new year.
- Bayern Munich men + 25 full-cream milk chocolate mini panels? To whom do we make our holiday bonus cheques payable to?
Theo Walcott will be wearing these specially embroidered boots for England’s fixture against Spain on Saturday. Image via Facebook.
It could have been a rough week for John Terry. Fabio Capello’s decision to include his captain in the squad against Spain and Sweden in the upcoming international friendlies was gearing up to be the talking point of the build up. In light of recent events, it’s unlikely that the Chelsea man would have come out unscathed.
Luckily for him, a little known FIFA directive involving shirt embroidery was about to blow the sock-challenged one right out of the headlines.
In a video series for St John Ambulance, Jack Wilshere is showing his fellow footballers the proper resuscitation techniques required for those inopportune times when a flash sale site crashes just before we hit ‘check out’.