Friday, August 04, 2006
McBride's proven that even at 34 he can still play and play well in the Premiership. I'd hate to see him sent to the Championship or go elsewhere in the EPL and ride the pine. His best chance to see action is staying right at Fulham (Coleman loves him, as he should) and I'm glad it looks like that's what will happen. When he's on the pitch for the Cottagers, he opens up a lot of space for other players and generally creates loads of problems for defenders. Oh, and he scores goals, as most good forwards do. But one question: Where did you get those pants?? OK, two questions. What are those pants?? -Sanford
There are also a couple shots of Allan and Pat at the Nuremberg rally site. Heavy stuff. Allan is the kind Scottish chap from Arizona who sold Ivar a ticket for USA/Ghana. That ticket enabled his girlfriend to attend the very first soccer match of her life. Danke, Allan!
OK - here's the link:
While I have a moment, allow me to weigh in on the Ashley Cole affair. It'll be done soon, and he'll be a Chelsea player. That's fine with me. He's already made it clear that he doesn't want to stay in North London, so we don't want him either. How he could claim the Arsenal managment hung him out to dry after he met with Chelsea's biggies illegally is beyond me. He needs to go now so we can work on team chemistry for the start of the season. Our first Champions League match is fast approaching, and if we play Ashley, he'll be tied and won't be able to show for Chelsea in the Champions League. Hence, expect a resolution soon. I'm eager to see how much we can fetch for him. 20 million? 25? It'll be a hefty sum and Arsene will use it well.
Thursday, August 03, 2006
Wednesday, August 02, 2006
2010 FA Cup Final anyone??
Tuesday, August 01, 2006
What a wanker...
Fulham's German defender Moritz Volz is a massive fan of David Hasselhoff, describing the former Baywatch star as "like some higher spirit". He added: "In times of trouble I ask myself 'How would the Hoff deal with this situation?'"
Andriy Shechenko and Michael Ballack will be forced to take part in a traditional Chelsea initiation ceremony later this week, where they will be asked to sing a number of their choice in front of their new team-mates.
Blues midfielder Joe Cole said: "Absolutely no-one escapes. It's horrible - I was more worried about the singing than making my debut! And when the lads have had enough, they let you know by throwing bread rolls and stuff." (The Sun)
Monday, July 31, 2006