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Lazy Links & Randoms

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Spare a thought for this Manchester City photographer, who was (jokingly) accosted by Mario Balotelli in the tunnel whilst on her knees.

That reads a helluva dirtier than we intended it to.

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Franck Ribery & Karim Benzema: See You In Court!

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What nicely manicured, green shrubbery Clairefontaine, France has. Image taken: 13.08.2012.

Today’s soapbox speech is brought to you by the number four.

1. A bit of BG: originally the France international colleagues had only been formally accused. But as of yesterday, the duo was formally charged with soliciting a minor for sex. Franck has already admitted to having sex with the prosti, while Karim vaguely responded to Miss Dehar’s story by saying he was “not affected” by it or her claims. Not confirmed – yet – but will surely come out sooner or later is whether either player knew that Zahia was 16-years-old at the time of their respective romps.

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Gone Too Soon: Kirk Urso

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Kirk Urso, of the Columbus Crew, was pronounced dead at 1:50 a.m. Sunday at Grant Medical Center after collapsing at a downtown Columbus bar and restaurant. The MLS rookie was just 22-years-old – and his untimely passing stunned not only the Crew community, but the U.S. footy community as a whole.

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Michael Morganella: Embarrassed & Excluded

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We’d love to tell you that Michel Morganella of Switzerland has been sent home from the Olympics for infringing the Games’ rules on crap hair.

On the contrary, football isn’t always as much fun as we’d like it to be, and he was actually kicked out for making racist remarks about the South Korean NT, who beat the Swiss 2-1 last week.

What. An. Ass.

Image: PAUL ELLIS/AFP/GettyImages.

John Terry: Nothing More Than Sarcasm

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Images: Sky News.

If JT can use it as his defence, so can we.

And of all the front pages from this morning, the Chelsea captain looks the hottest on the Daily Express.

Coming in in a close second: the shadowy snap splashed across The Guardian’s cover.