Saturday, April 23, 2011

Little FEE, Litttle PEA, HapPEA Day!

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Litttle PEA aka Chicharito

Just for a short time, most of the second half in fact, it appeared there was going to be a departure from the usual script. Manchester United were throwing everything at the Everton goal and not looking at all like scoring, but it turned out the champions elect were merely teasing Arsenal and Chelsea. In the end United didn't even need nine minutes of stoppage time or a debatable penalty to secure the points.

Thank You Emannuel Eboue

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In the 98th minute of Arsenal’s game against Liverpool our title rivals were awarded a penalty. Incredibly, this was 16th penalty of the season and it seemed fairly typical that Liverpool would gift them the win so late on. An Arsenal victory would have meant there were just 4 points between us and them on the same number of games played.

Robin van Persie put the penalty away, 1-0 Arsenal, then spent a considerable amount of time celebrating what he thought was a crucial winner for his team. The referee then added this celebration time on to the allotted minimum amount of injury time, which presented Liverpool with those vital minutes and seconds to go on the attack.

They won a freekick which eventually landed at the feet of Lucas, with his back to goal. Bizarrely, Emannuel Eboue decided to jump on top of him, leaving the referee with no option but to point to the penalty spot. Fortunately for United, Steven Gerrard wasn’t on the field, so he couldn’t throw the game like he did against Chelsea last season. Dirk Kuyt stepped up and with the last kick of the game took the win away from Arsenal.

Thank you Eboue.

Gary Lineker Ter'SHIT' Atas Padang

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Gary Lineker's dirty secret

BBC's Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker has a secret. He once - how to put it politely? - took a dump in the middle of the pitch during a game in the World Cup finals in Italy in 1990. Surprised you didn't notice it at the time? As the man himself says: "Unless you know, you wouldn't know. But when you know, you do know." We couldn't have put it better ourselves. "I was not very well, I was poorly at half-time," explains the great man, who wore the number 10 shirt but now might be better known for a number two.

Anyway, back to Gary. "I tried to tackle someone, stretched and relaxed myself and erm ... " Do go on. "I was very fortunate that it rained that night so I could do something about it, but it was messy. It was the opening game of the 1990 World Cup against the Republic of Ireland. You can see myself rubbing the ground like a dog trying to clean it. It was the most horrendous experience of my life." It did have one upside though – the Irish players were predictably unwilling to go near him. "I have never found so much space after that in my life." Let's hope he remembered to wash his hands before tucking into his post-match crisps.


Litttle Pea, Little FEE

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Keegan Meltdown Voted The Best

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Kevin Keegan Rant (FULL VERSION)

FORMER Newcastle boss Kevin Keegan's meltdown on TV has been voted the all-time top moment of manager madness.

The Magpies famously blew a 12-point lead at the top of the Premier League to finish runners-up to Manchester United in the 1995-96 season.

But Keegan hit the headlines when he finally snapped after United boss Alex Ferguson engaged him in a series of mind games.

Fergie claimed teams were trying harder to beat his side than Newcastle, but after the Geordies had won a match against Leeds, Keegan launched into his infamous rant.

He fumed: "I've kept quiet but I'll tell you something. He went down in my estimation when he said that. We've not resorted to that.

"But I'll tell ya. You can tell him now, he'll be watching it. We're still fighting for this title and he's got to go to Middlesbrough and get something and...and I'll tell you honestly, I will love it if we beat them — LOVE IT!"

But Keegan's passionate outburst failed to spark his troops and the Red Devils went on to seal the championship by four points.