Michael Mifsud The Coventry striker led the Sky Blues to an incredible 1-4 victory at Blackburn with two goals.
A team of giantkilling heroes to inspire the minnows in this weekend’s FA Cup third-round ties.
On the eleventh day of Christmas, Pies sends to you eleven Gazza’s piping…
HAPPY NEW YEAR, PIES FANS!
On the eighth day of Christmas, Pies sends to you eight Bruce Grobbelaar’s a-milking…
On the seventh day of Christmas, Pies sends to you seven Svens a-swimming…
On the sixth day of Christmas, Pies sends to you six geezers playing…
[Harry Redknapp, Terry Venables, Joe Cole, Paul Merson, John Terry and Vinnie Jones]
On the fifth day of Christmas, Pies sends to you five old wings… [Garrincha, Stanley Matthews, Tom Finney, George Best and Jimmy Johnstone]
On the fourth day of Christmas, Pies sends to you four ‘balling birds…
On the third day of Christmas Pies sends to you three French hens…
On the second day of Christmas Pies gives to you two Wagner Loves…
On the first day of Christmas Pies give to you Richie Partridge in a pear tree.
Pies compiles 11 players with festive names.
Roque Santa Cruz The Paraguayan gets the pity vote. It is not too often you are a hat-trick hero and end up on the losing team.
1 Open a very high interest bank account for his Â£4 million a year salary.
2 Pick a good nickname for himself before the tabloids pick one for him.
3 Impose his expected WAG-ban on England meet-ups.
Sulley Muntari Scored just about the sexiest pair you are likely to see this season against Aston Villa.
Pies presents eleven players who were given names more suited to the pension queue than the Premier League:
As promised yesterday, part two of our top football moments of this year continues belowâ€¦ (check out part one) 10 Ricardinho’s worst corner ever Hilarious proof that even Brazilian footballers aren’t infallible when it comes to a good blooper. Read the rest of the list after the clickâ€¦
It’s the end of the year, so, as the rules of modern journalism dictate, here is an end-of-year list. I hope you have five minutes to read Pies’ favourite football moments from 2007 â€“Â no doubt there are loads of moments that you remember that don’t make this list; post an angry comment if that is […]
We have just got rid of one England manager who changed his policies depending what the press and the public said, so we don’t need another one. Besides he is only two rows away from Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon so he would probably prefer a job with the Blues.
Sebastian Larsson His stunning late winner gave Alex McLeish victory against Tottenham in his first match as Birmingham City match.
Hmm, not quite the romp for Spurs I had imagined before the match. Aalborg scored within two minutes (I chuckled when that happened) and then again on 37 minutes (I didn’t chuckle when that happened) but a rousing second-half performance from was just enough to get the ‘Yids’ (in inverted commas, to placate the politically […]
Robert Green His injury-time penalty saved secured a point for West Ham against Tottenham.
Well we say worst possible new England manager but we were are working within the realms of reality here (for once). In other words the list takes for granted that the new man will probably already have some experience within the game of football and probably some experience in management too. Hopefully this explains George W Bush’s omission.