Happy Day-After-Historic-Second-Consecutive-Victory-At-Old-Trafford Day, Spursland! Unfortunately our old pal theroosevelts was so gripped with manic excitement by Emmanuel Adebayor's headed opener yesterday that he accidentally spilled his hoddle of coffee all over his keyboard and fried it, so for the first time I'm 2014 I'm stepping in again to help fill the void with slander and derision. Shall we?
And now the "news"
Moyes laments 'scandalous' decision- Yahoo! Sport
Look David, I can understand why you're upset, but buying Ashley Young when he was in form and there was a vacancy at left wing seemed like a good deal at the time. In any case Fergie retired over it so surely we can now consider the matter closed.
Adebayor 'unstoppable' says Tim Sherwood- BBC Sport
Most people had come to view him as the thorn in our management's side this season... but maybe the management... was the thorn in his side? Crack open your mind box and give that idea a little waggle around in there for a minute.
Eriksen delighted with United upset- Goal.com
Until theroosevelts, who was delaptopped by it.
Chelsea finally close Bertrand Traore signing- The Week
Finally, the dream of seeing a Ryan Bertrand /Djimi Traore hybrid created has been realised. Thank you Chelsea for the inevitably hilarious consequences to follow.
Bendtner 'wants to stay' at Arsenal- Here Is the City
I mean by the looks of him society only just claimed him back from some kind of cave-dwelling wolf commune, so I empathise with his feelings on this.
Which is coincidentally the same phrase we reserve these days for when teams short of quality up front sign Nicolas Anelka.