Posts Tagged ‘Didier Drogba’
TO BEGIN I would like to point out that there are fewer footballers I dislike more than Jermaine Beckford.
He made his name playing for Leeds United, the main local rivals of my team, Huddersfield Town and I was at Elland Road last season when he reacted worse to being substituted against Southampton than any player I have seen.
But this season he has the opportunity to revolutionise the way Premier League sides recruit their players. Read the rest of this entry »
CARLOS TÉVEZ was unveiled at Manchester City yesterday and wasted no time in getting one up on his old boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Not by refuting Ferguson’s suggestions that he had tried to contact Tévez several times, by saying: “I was there for two years and Sir Alex never called or sent any text messages in that time.” Harsh words, Carlos.
No, what will have riled Ferguson most is Tévez solving the mystery of what happened to the other half of my grandma’s tea cosy. Read the rest of this entry »