Transfer Talk

Mourinho eyes up new striker – who would YOU go for?

The word on the street is that Jose Mourinho is looking to strengthen his forward line in January, with City boys Adebayor and Tevez on his radar, along with the child Hernandez who has barely finished unpacking his Thundercats rucksack since moving to Man United.

But which one would you go for, given the choice? [...]

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All time team

The Spoiler’s Greatest Ever Chelsea XI

No room for Jody Morris…


As promised, following the Man United XI, the resident Chelsea expert has now put together eleven of the best to don the blue shirt – including family favourites like John Terry, Ashley Cole, and Chopper Harris.

Chelsea fans, how do you feel [...]

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The Spoiler’s Greatest Ever Manchester United XI

No Becksie, no Keano, NO PAUL PARKER

Man United 

As you can probably imagine, The Spoiler’s luxury offices are absolutely awash with hardcore football fans, all keen on different teams, yet united by the common goal of needing a bloody job and having to share a desk with someone who has a rival crest tatted on his chest.


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The Draw!

It’s official, Arsene Wenger IS a clairvoyant!

Arsenal will take on Barcelona in the knock out stages of the Champions League. How the hell did he know?

In other news, Spurs got AC Milan, Man United got Marseille, and Chelsea drew a nice long straw with a match against Copenhagen.

Thoughts? And why no laser show, guys?

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Strong Independent Woman

Coleen Rooney’s lovely frocks fit absolutely everyone!


Coleen Rooney 

Tell you what, that Coleen Rooney works like a bloody Trojan.

Whilst most of the nation’s wives or girlfriends would still be arranging boring coffee mornings for anyone still tolerant enough to endure her endless rant-weeps about what exactly a prostitute has that she doesn’t, Coleen has been busily inventing [...]

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Transfer Talk

Start sweating, Spurs fans, United linked with Bale

In recent times, Man United have been in the habit of snaffling the best of Spurs, taking them to Old Trafford, and making them slightly less good than they were. It happened with Carrick, then Berbs. And news from our pals at Caught Offside suggests that Gareth Bale is now fixed in Ferguson’s expensive binoculars.


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