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If you are tempted by the prospect of buying Alan Hansen’s Sports Challenge – one of those interactive DVD-style quiz things – for your PC or console, then don’t. It’s poo, at least according to one reviewer from website RewiredMind, who savaged it: ‘Alan Hansen’s Sports Challenge is an abomination of monstrous proportions. If you’ve […]

Poor old ‘Arry’s face has been fighting a losing battle with gravity for as long as we can remember, not unlike his canine counterpart – watch out Louise, it’s only a matter of until until Jamie does the same

Pro Evo wouldn’t be the same without a few amusing bugs and glitches, so it’s nice to know that the latest version of The Greatest Videogame Series Ever Made still has the capacity to f**k up at strange moments. This glitch is one of the funniest I’ve seen.

Check out this hilarious spoof interview with the former Spurs manager from our friends at Fanbanta


The Fiendish Friday Quiz

October 26th, 2007

1 Partizan, Aston Villa, Real Zaragoza, Parma AC, Osasuna, Toronto FC (currently there on trial). Whose career? 2 Benelucky was the official mascot at which major football tournament? 3 What links Tomas Brolin, Hidetoshi Nakata, Tino Asprilla, Hernan Crespo, Lilian Thuram and Hristo Stoichkov? 4 Just one Scottish player was named in Pele’s ‘100 Greatest […]

If rumours are to be believed Seville’s Juande Ramos is about to step into Martin Jol’s shoes as the next Spurs manager – so, what’s he all about?

According to reports, Martin Jol was actually sacked before last night’s kick-off – great timing, no? I doubt Jol’s mind was on the match as much as it should have been, and that was reflected in Spurs’ tepid performance. Getafe are in the bottom three of Spain’s Primera Liga, and so this should have been […]

A solid home win for David Moyes’s men. Tim Cahill, who lasted 65 minutes before being substituted, scored on his return from a long-term injury. It’s hard to underestimate just how much Everton have missed the combative Aussie since he last played for them in March. He’s their key player, their talisman, their heartbeat. Mikel […]

In 1986, cult Birkenhead punk-folk band Half Man Half Biscuit – one of John Peel’s favourite all-time groups – released their infamous debut single, ‘The Trumpton Riots’. On the B-side was the almost-as-infamous track, ‘All I want for Christmas is a Dukla Prague away kit’, a wonderful study of adolescent rivalry and table football. Here’s […]

75417670.jpgIt seems they’ve tried everything but bionic body parts to try and restore Andriy Shevchenko to his former glory at Stamford Bridge – including enlisting the help of former athlete, Darren Campbell, to remind him how to run.

April 1978 George Best presents Pele (he’s the one wearing the red ‘sports suit’) with a plaque commemorating the Brazilian as the best football player in the world during ‘Pele Appreciation Day’ at the Rose Bowl in Pasedena, California. A friendly match was played between the LA Aztecs and NY Cosmos to mark the occasion. […]

77498402.jpgThe season’s longest running managerial soap opera is finally over as Martin Jol has quit as Spurs manager after his side’s 2-1 loss at home against Getafe in the UEFA Cup.

It’s Robbie Savage against Cristiano Ronaldo and their area of specialty is unsurprisingly themselves – so, “Mirror, mirror on the wall – who is the vainest footballer of them all?”

Let us know if you can come up with a better caption for poor Smudger

Fair play to The Sun sub-editor who came up with this headline. Give that man/woman a raise.

Even on this YouTube video, you can hear the oohs and aahs of anticipation from the Southampton fans every time Walcott gets the ball. His feet were clearly faster than his brain, but Arsene Wenger is seeing to it that Walcott turns into a talent England can be proud of.

Little Lionel Messi, probably the best player in the world right now, has accused Rangers of playing ‘anti-football’, after the Scottish club held Messi’s Barcelona to a 0-0 draw at Ibrox on Tuesday in the Champions League. Messi said: ‘It’s incredible. Rangers didn’t want to play football. They practised anti-football from the first minute and […]

Steve Bull of England drops to his knees to celebrate scoring a goal during a Rous Cup match against Scotland at Hampden Park 1989. England won the game 2-0, in what was to be the last playing of the Rous Cup. Paul ‘Gazza’ Gascoigne (complete with chubby frame and mini mullet) is in the background, […]

The party line when Roman Abramovich decided to solve a problem like Mourinho was that he wanted his team to play more attractive football – but several games down the line under new management, is there really any difference?

How to lose friends and alienate people in Holland – take a remote control into bars and turn the TV off while everyone is watching the game. This guy deserves a kicking!

73869663.jpgWhy’s it always strikers who throw their toys out of the pram first when things go wrong at a club?
Should clubs be taking a tougher stance with despondent players, whether they are scoring or not?

77486100.jpgLiverpool’s nightmare run in the Champions League continued last night when they lost 2-1 to Besiktas in Turkey. That leaves the club with only one point from their first theree games and their hopes of reaching the knockout stages clinging by a thread.

Chelsea’s have rediscovered their form since beating Valencia in their previous match in this competition and Stamford Bridge has long been considered a fortress under Mourinho.

Liverpool have yet to win a Champions League game this season so nothing less than a win will do tonight and, although they won the 2005 final in Istanbul, they’ve never beaten a Turkish team away.

But, while art may have no problem imitating sport, putting a footballer in front of a camera has rarely leads to studs treading the red carpet come Oscar night.