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  1. R.I.P Joe Frazier

    Sadly lost his battle with liver cancer. A great boxer of his era R.I.P. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/boxing/15633174.stm
  2. Slipperduke

    Magical Modric

    Spread the word, Luka Modric has arrived. After six months of being kicked off the ball, stamped into the mud and having his pocket money stolen by the bigger boys, the little Croatian wizard has finally put in a performance worthy of his reputation. He tore Stoke City apart at White Hart Lane...
  3. Slipperduke

    Score It, O'Hara!

    Someone really needs to find out what Harry Redknapp is saying at half-time, because if we can patent and market it, we'll make a fortune. After an abject first half at White Hart Lane, Tottenham burst into life in the second, scoring four goals in twenty minutes, helped in no small way by the...
  4. Slipperduke

    Rafa's Poisonous Glow

    There is a frog in Central America, the strawberry poison dart frog, that is born bright red as a warning to predators of the poison that lurks in its blood stream. It is not the only creature whose colour signifies danger. Certain snakes, insects and the oft-spotted Rafa Benitez all share the...
  5. Slipperduke

    Woeful Reds Ravaged By Redknapp

    The Tottenham Hotspur revival continues. Not content with robbing Liverpool blind in the League ten days ago, Harry Redknapp's resurgent warriors battered them in the League Cup as well. This emphatic and fully deserved 4-2 victory means that the North London side have racked up an astonishing...
  6. Slipperduke

    Ramos Must Take The Blame

    Tottenham Hotspur may have taken their place in the draw for the second round of the UEFA Cup, but not even the most ardent of their fans will have been convinced by this lacklustre, disjointed performance. Despite taking the lead in the second half and, in doing so, wiping out the danger of the...
  7. Slipperduke

    Shambles at St James

    Kevin Keegan has gone, Mike Ashley is going and the Toon Army can no longer be relied upon to fund the senseless destruction of their football team. Newcastle United are in meltdown, slumped near the bottom of the Premier League and now, thanks to this lacklustre defeat at the hands of...
  8. Slipperduke

    Robinho. Plays For City. Weird.

    Robinho plays for Manchester City. Robinho. Plays for Manchester City. Go on, say it out loud. It doesn't sound right, does it? Nevertheless, thanks to piles of recently acquired Arab oil money, one of the best footballers in the world will soon be wearing the same sky blue shirt that so...
  9. Interpol Shrimper

    Easter leaves Wycombe

    Former alleged Southend transfer-target Jermaine Easter, a ready-made Freddy replacement according to some on here has signed for Plymouth on loan with a view to a permanent transfer in January. Details here Interestingly, isn't Plymouth where Rory Fallon went to last year? If Easter's a...
  10. ozzy-shrimper

    The Match

    Score? Will it be a walkover? I beleive it is the celebs year this time a 2-1 win. Frazier, Campbell and McCoist to score