So no Chelsea, but Celtic (yes, Celtic) will have a ping-pong ball with their name on it on December 20. Whodah thunk? Alasdair Lamont has a nice little piece about their hard work paying off. Snoop must be higher than normal today.
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Richard Williams: The Champions League Story So Far
Final Group Results and Standing (plus a little Europa)
Let's jump straight to The Mill. Kaká to L.A.? Oh, dear. Here's your Plus One.
What were you doing back in April of 2001? We were watching far too much soccer. My, how things have changed...
Sorry, back to the narrative. In 1997 Roy Keane was still recovering from a bender when he led Manchester United out against Manchester City. Long story short, he tore his cruciate ligament trying to kick Alf-Inge Haaland. Alf-Inge Haaland thought he was faking it. Keano was quite angry. Fast forward to April 2001. Roy Keane ends Alf-Inge Haaland's career with a bit of revenge, Keano-style! But if you clicked on the link above you remembered/learned that already thanks to Jon Carter.
What's the point? Don't fuck with Roy Keane. Roy Keane holds a grudge.
Right, what else is going on out there? Not that much. Until tomorrow.