September 22nd, 2011
Midweek Results: The Whole Package
Owen Hargreaves hadn’t played more than six minutes of football in three years before scoring on debut for City. How come if we stop doing something for five minutes, we need a refresher course? Image: Michael Regan/Getty Images Europe.
There are two types of men in this world that we’ll never trust: those who don’t drink and those who have an unhealthy obsession with their hair products. For a long time we debated if Owen Hargreaves fell into either of these categories, but we finally have proof of his distaste for well manicured manes and are proud to declare Hargo a ‘keeper’.
Are we right or are we wrong, Kickettes?
Pleased to be back, Stevie? Image: GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images.
Chelsea 0-0 Fulham (Chelsea 4-3 on penalties)
Ooh, speaking of which… Image: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images.
Reasons to love the Carling Cup #427: Adorkable babies like Ignasi Miquel get to play.
Rumours that Michael Owen and Ryal Giggs are knackered and past their best have been greatly exaggerated. Image: AP Photo.
A league defeat followed by a draw isn’t ideal for Real Madrid, but Kaka’s response to it certainly softens the blow. Image: MIGUEL RIOPA/AFP/Getty Images.
Finally! Definitive proof that it’s possible to fit a player into a Vuitton suitcase. But then, we have been practicing with the interns for some months now. Image: JOSE JORDAN/AFP/Getty Images.
What is it with this Sonic The Hedgehog mohawk malarky at AC Milan recently? Has it gone viral or something? Image: Claudio Villa/Getty Images.
While all the money was on Wesley Sneijder to leave Inter in the summer, coach Gian Piero Gasperini was actually the first to walk after the club’s poor start. Image: Getty Images.
Did your club do well in Carling Cup, Kickettes? Or are you too busy worrying about your Spanish or Italian affiliations to give a crap?