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  1. Ferguson Should Carry On At Manchester United For Years

    Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson may be 68 years of age but he should carry on at the club for as long as he wants, according to for United boss Tommy Docherty.Docherty managed at Old Trafford in the 1970s, wining promotion to the top flight…


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  2. Footballers as Christmas Characters

    With Christmas season in full swing and a completely, utterly depressing past few weeks of sports news for me, (Roy Halladay being traded to the Phillies, Liverpool football club as a whole, rumours of Steven Gerrard being sold) I thought …


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  3. Rafael Benitez is Scrooge

    A Christmas Carol is quite possibly the best Christmas story ever. It teaches us that life isn’t all about being successful and wealthy and that we should try to be happy and make those around us happy, and this is …


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  4. FC Barcelona is Santa Claus

    Oh Santa, you jolly fat bastard. It’s difficult to find anyone around Christmas time who hasn’t heard the story of Santa, and if you haven’t then you’re either stupid, retarded, or both. Of course, he is the man who works …


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  5. Didier Drogba is Frosty The Snowman

    I’m sure we’re all well aware of the story of Frosty the Snowman. In case you aren’t, let’s refresh your memory. Originally a song, Frosty is about some kids making a regular snowman; the three massive snowballs, the carrot nose, …


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  6. Liverpool FC is Tiny Tim

    As enticing as it was to make Leo Messi Tiny Tim, it would only have been for their similar heights. According to the great people at Wikipedia as well as my vague memory of A Christmas Carol, Tiny Tim is …


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  7. Stan Kroenke Edges Closer To Arsenal Takeover

    As news filters through that Stan Kroenke has purchased 25 more shares of Arsenal Football Club edging him closer to the 30% threshold for the mandatory takeover bid, it has become apparent to the fans that they might be looking …


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