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If you thought Michael Ball was a naughty boy for stamping on Cristiano Ronaldo at the weekend, think again. This action from the Turkish league takes it to a new level, although the dive which sparks the incident is nearly deserving of the stamp.

Combining the subjects of the two previous posts, here’s a clip of Eamon Dunphy’s TV interview with Roy Keane, first televised in 2003 on TV3 in Ireland. I find Keane endlessly fascinating and he’s clearly an intelligent men, despite some of the brainless things he did on the pitch. Here’s part one of the interview. […]

Not amazingly funny but accurate in as much as Roy Keane probably does have a devil and a slightly bigger devil on each shoulder. [From 2DTV]

New footy website Fanbanta has produced this clip mocking the customary pre-match one minute’s silence. It’s funny because it’s true! No wonder one minute’s clapping is now being touted as the way forward.

‘This madness… they don’t believe it, why are they saying it?’ Taken from Dunphy’s weekly football show for 3 mobile. He’s just brilliant, isn’t he? I could listen to his punditry all day long.

beckenbauer.jpgThis rather nice Adidas track top is an exact replica of one worn by Franz Beckenbauer back in the day. The minimalistic approach to sportswear is to be applauded as Adidas resist the temptation to put a huge logo over the front.

Sensing that cynical bloggers the world over were suggesting his sensational goal was an overhit cross, IFK’s Andres Vasquez has been showing off on Swedish television to prove that he meant it.

Des totally owns Pennis and Alan, who appears to be loaded on Valium, takes it all in his stride…

Oh, Cloughie, never one to mince his words was he? Coming from anyone else, this would sound xenophobic. But coming from Old Bighead, it sounds almost reasonable. What a legend.

74093575.jpgPhew, after the immense shock of seeing Tottenham’s rubbish new kit, I could do with some positive Spurs news. And here it is: Dimitar Berbatov, the best player in the whole world (or at least the best Bulgarian) is reportedly set to stay at Spurs for another season.

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VIF Fredrikstad supporters welcome fans of Lyn Oslo. Brilliant. [Via The Offside]

1.jpegArsenal with a white away kit and now this madness! I’m still not convinced this is genuine, even though the picture seems to be free of the signs of Photoshop. Anyway, Caught Offside has posted this pic of what is apparently Spurs’ new kit for next season. I think it’s a nod to a similar strip worn by Tottenham in the 19th, but that doesn’t mean I have to like it simply out of respect for the club’s traditions.

wine_racks2_small.jpgWith the Premiership title in the bag, Alex Ferguson has written off Liverpool’s chances of winning a sixth European title later this month. ‘I told Carlo [Ancelotti, Milan's boss] at the end of our semi-final that there is no way he can now not win this competition,’ said Fergie.

NewcastleOwen.jpgIt is clear to see that some nasty injuries have claimed a yard or two of Michael Owen’s pace over the years, but he must still fancy his chances in a foot race if reports in this morning’s papers are anything to go by.

The 1999 to 2000 season: it was a simpler time. Chris Sutton was considered a big money signing by Chelsea fans, Fergie’s ‘kids’ still formed the backbone of his team and Dennis Wise was a pesky Premiership midfield imp instead of a newly-relegated League One manager.

He’s got a pineapple on his head. Nottingham Forest striker Jason Lee and his pineapple haircut were the victims of endless ribbing from David Baddiel and Frank Skinner in the early 1990s.

Celebrate the World Cup-winning exploits of the late Alan Ball with this new t-shirt from TShirts365. As the spiel on their website says: “A man who we grew up knowing as a cap wearing squeeky-voiced underachieving manager… Later we found out he was one of the best English players of all time and won the World Cup.” Here’s to Bally – a legend. Click here to buy the t-shirt for £14.99.

Kevin%20Bond.jpgNewcastle could weaken their defence in a legal case if, as expected, they appoint Big Sam Allardyce as their new manager. Remember Glenn Roeder’s former assistant Kevin Bond? Yeah, the guy who was Harry Redknapp’s assistant at Portsmouth and was sacked by Newcastle after being implicated in the BBC Panorama bungs investigation. Do you see where we are going with this now?

valdano2.jpgEx-Real Madrid coach and World Cup winner Jorge Valdano has attacked Rafael Benitez and Jose Mourinho, likening the Champions League semi-final between Liverpool and Chelsea to ‘a shit hanging from a stick’.

73892138.jpgAs we told you yesterday, Man Utd boss Alex Ferguson is on the look-out for three players to strengthen his squad this summer. Striker is one position he needs some more quality, but where are the world-class strikers? It’s a question that Fergie has been asking himself: ‘You look through the world and say to yourself: “where are all the strikers?” There are not a lot of them going around, believe me.’

Gallagher.jpgOasis guitarist Noel Gallagher received a gloating phone call from Primal Scream bassist Mani – and a pub full of Manchester United fans – after the Red Devils were crowned champions.

74094109.jpgNow that Charlton have been relegated, they’ll struggle to hold on to Darren Bent, their best player by some distance. Bent, still only 23, has won a couple of England caps already, but is he good enough to play for one of the Premiership’s big four (Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool & Arsenal)?

sweet-sixteen.jpgOlympos Xylofagou striker Panagiotis Pontikos scored an astonishing 16 (sixteen) goals as his side thrashed SEK Ayios Athanasios 24-3 in the Cypriot third division this weekend. That’s six more goals than Man City scored all season at home.

72237496.jpgIf, during a Premiership relegation battle, you look around the dressing room and see any of the following players, ask for a transfer immediately because you’re going down:

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The FA Premier League initiated legal action against YouTube on Friday for copyright infringement, which could be bad news for football fans everywhere. If you miss Match of the Day on Saturday night/Sunday morning or Sky’s Super Sunday, YouTube is the first port of call to catch up on any Prem action you have missed.