Transfer stuff

Hiddink to Chelsea, McClaren to Villa and other stuff…

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Scarlett Johansson has been telling people how she likes to keep things quiet and keep her private life private. Or something. Above is a picture of her With Eva Mendes that represents two thirds of the best dream The Spoiler ever had.

While Scarlett may like to keep [...]

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Transfer stuff

Everyone to Chelsea, Bendtner to Bayern Munich and more

Katy Perry – sparkly

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Apparently, Russell Brand hasn’t been allowed into Japan to watch his wife, Katy Perry, on tour because of his criminal record. It’s been a bad couple of weeks for Mr Brand who also saw his football team – West Ham United – get relegated.

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A poll!

Who should take over from Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea?

“Byeeeeee…

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Chelsea head honcho Roman Abramovich acted with all the class and grace that we’ve come to expect from him yesterday by sacking cuddly Carlo about 0.6 seconds after their 1-0 defeat against ten-man Everton.

The trouble with Chelsea, like, is that you never know who made what decision [...]

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A poll!

Who should be in charge of Chelsea at the start of next season?

He couldn’t, could he?

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With Roman Abramovich starting to resemble a Gollum-esq character who will not rest until he has captured his precious Champions League title, it looks as though Carlo Ancelotti is out on his arse to reside with all the other ex-Chelsea bosses in Valinor.

But who [...]

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Get Connected

Need an important football phone number? Ask Drogba!

“Call me”

Drogba and Hiddink

You’d think that the inner workings of football would be like a well-oiled machine, or a complicated series of electical circuits, all intertwined, zapping around to a very strict schedule. In many ways, a bit like the offices in Mad Men, only less smokey, and not [...]

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World Cup Fever

Ivory Coast want Guus Hiddink for the World Cup

Hiddink – has already worked with Drog-Drog

Guus Hiddink

In 16th Century terms, most footballers are vagabonds, with the occasional Lampard-shaped exception, who might make it as a yeoman. You’ve got your nobility (Abramovich and the robed men of Man City), your gentry (the Red Knights), [...]

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