Friday, September 28, 2007
Rafa Benitez has called for the Premier League to start looking out for it's star players after Fernando Torres was whacked to pieces yesterday during the Carling Cup match against Reading. He does have a point. The referee let pretty much everything go against Torres the other day.
Posted by Glendon at 3:23 AM
Martin Jol has suggested that getting rid of him now would be a step in the wrong direction for Tottenham Hotspur. I think they should give him a drug test.
Posted by Glendon at 3:18 AM
Tommy Hillfiger and Thierry Henry have linked up and produced a pretty slick trench and (what looks like) a tweed ball. Both are hot and available at Collette.
Posted by Glendon at 2:54 AM
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Will Jurgen Klinnsman be taking over at a sinking Tottenham side?
Posted by Glendon at 8:16 PM
Roman Abromovich has reportedly offered the Chelsea top spot to Holland Legend, Marco VanBasten. Something tells me, he wouldn't want to put up with the interference Roman would place upon him. We could be wrong, but we are usually not.
Posted by Glendon at 6:41 AM
Uh oh, the senior Chelsea players are already jumping ship.
Posted by Glendon at 6:36 AM
After sitting on the pine for the past two matches, our star striker, Fernando Torres earned himself his first hat-trick in a Liverpool kit today. Lovely one it was too! Thanks for putting him in Rafa!
Liverpool 4 - 2 Reading
Arsenal have now won seven in a row after playing a youthful second team against a full strength Newcastle.
Arsenal 2 - 0 Newcastle
Posted by Glendon at 6:30 AM
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Jose Mourinho has left Chelsea Football Club as their relationship had 'broken down'. Farewell, old boy, it's been a good ride.
UPDATE: It seems Jose will be paid severance for his services in the neighbourhood of a cool £25M. Not too shabby.
Posted by Glendon at 7:44 PM
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
I, personally cannot understand how the lineup of C. Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Carlitos Tevez will not work. Once these lads learn how each other thinks...LOOK OUT...Roma, Lisbon, and Kiev! It could get UGLY, but Gorgeous!
Posted by Glendon at 9:21 AM
Now that I have your crooked eared attention, let me tell you to piss off! Maybe, you should concentrate on being on the better end of a 1-0 victory with Derby before you shout your mouth off about our Rafa? Never thought of that? Eh, doesn't surprise me.
Posted by Glendon at 8:27 AM
Go to this website and follow the link at the bottom to get your recent history in silky smooth polyester! I have to say, this is a great auction if one can get it. If one of our readers wins this, I want one for pointing you to it! I like that criss-cross one second down on the right. I think that is a fair deal. Now go and win Chelsea fans!
Posted by Glendon at 8:20 AM
Monday, September 17, 2007
The Telegraph's, Alan Hansen, on Arsenal's slip into the number one spot in the Premiership Table.
Emmanuel Adebayor sealed off Arsenal's weekend victory over Tottenham Hotspur with this sweet strike, right out of Thierry Henry's bag of tricks.
Posted by Glendon at 9:19 PM
Pierluigi Collina has revealed his support for Lazio!
Posted by Glendon at 9:12 PM
Why, you ignore the problem and do absolutely NOTHING of course! Tottenham Hotspur gaffer, Martin Jol, has reportedly been given another month to try and revive his floundering team. The players are also rallying behind the manager who is firmly in the cross-hairs.
Posted by Glendon at 9:00 PM
Friday, September 14, 2007
Inter are increasing their interest in Chelsea's bench by upping their ante in a bid for Michael Ballack. They are offering Adriano in the deal as well. That could come in handy during the Africa Cup of Nations with Drogba, Essien and Kalou out on national duty.
Posted by Glendon at 7:36 PM
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Here is a question for you Steve...What do you do now? Now that Emile Heskey, Gareth Barry, SWP and Micah Richard all did their jobs well the other day? Much better than recent star studded sides anyhow. We, the editors at large, at FootballRoundtable were throwing this question around the other day. Apparently, we are not the only 'smarties' running around these days. The highly regarded British Tabloid, The Mirror, was also wondering. Here is what they had to say.
Posted by Glendon at 11:07 PM
Tottenham and France defender, Pascal Chimbona was locked up over the weekend in a corruption scandal.
Meanwhile, gaffer in the headlights, Martin Jol says his rubbish squad is not affected by this mumbo jumbo.
"Pascal trained Monday and Tuesday, yesterday he was off so there is no issue. He will train today, so for me there's no problem."
Nope, nothing to see here, move right along.
Posted by Glendon at 9:59 PM
This is what the Daily Mirror had to say about the Danish Women's World Cup squad being secretly filmed at their Chinese hotel. Imagine what you would hear if this happened in Europe or the US?
'Denmark officials have asked FIFA to probe security arrangements at the Women's World Cup after finding Chinese men covertly filming a team "tactical session" from behind a mirror at their hotel in Wuhan.'
Posted by Glendon at 7:55 PM
Thursday, September 6, 2007
It seems Spain is damaging our goods again. Fernando Torres has hurt his knee while training for Spain's Euro Qualifier with Iceland. I hope all turns out ok in the end.
Posted by Glendon at 5:44 PM
'Chelsea have unveiled their latest big-name signing - fashion guru Giorgio Armani.
The Italian designer designed the official club suits and Blues manager Jose Mourinho took time out to oversee every sketch and fabric.'
Posted by Glendon at 5:39 PM
Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger has just signed a new three-year contract for £12M after much speculation.
Posted by Glendon at 5:01 PM
Corner flag sparrer, Tim Cahill, has been arrested after being accused of sexual assault. The alleged victim has since withdrew her complaint. Was this another money grubbing attempt at a footballer? I think so.
Posted by Glendon at 4:55 PM
Giovani dos Stantos seems to be firmly in the sights of Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester City. The Mexican sub-20 Striker is currently on the Barcelona books but has a rather large £20 million buyout clause.
UPDATE: Manchester United are in for him too.
Inter Milano and Juventus are battling it out for Chelsea's benched German midfielder, Michael Ballack.
Cesc Fabregas has held talks with Real Madrid, but finally decided to stay at Arsenal.
Jay-Jay signs for Hull.
Posted by Glendon at 4:47 PM
Sunday, September 2, 2007
If I had won the Mega Millions lottery, I was going to swoop in for Queens Park Rangers. Since that didn't happen, I'm happy to see the F1 bosses came in and took care of business.
'Formula One chiefs Bernie Ecclestone and Flavio Briatore yesterday completed their £30million rescue of struggling Championship club Queens Park Rangers.'
I will now set my sights on Nottingham Forrest!
Posted by Glendon at 7:17 PM
Saturday, September 1, 2007
Hard as Nails Metrosexual™ has been told by his Gaffer that he has dropped down the pecking order, to fourth choice striker at Chelsea! Wow, what a waste of rubles. I wonder what they could sell him for these days?
Posted by Glendon at 11:40 PM
United States Sub-20 and Columbus Crew forward, Danny Szetela is making a move to Racing Santandar after turning down moves to Roma, Newcastle and Brescia.
Posted by Glendon at 11:34 PM
Liverpool hammered Derby today 6-0! Xabi Alonso was on target twice and was outstanding in the midfield today. Fernando Torres also bagged two along with other new boys Babel and Veronin also contributing to the victory and the three points.
This is the first time Rafa Benitez has had Liverpool at the top of the league since he took over. The lads are looking good Rafa, keep it up!
Posted by Glendon at 11:27 PM