Jose Mourinho has been seen wearing a Chelsea shirt on the streets of London as part of a PR stunt.
The Special One appeared in a Blues kit on a digital billboard in Kensington, accompanied by the hashtag slogan #The2ndComing.
But the image was just a publicity ploy by the company that owned the billboard.
With Bayern Munich heading to London as favourites to lift the Champions League trophy in Wembley, the club have had an official song given to them for the final. Fortunately, they didn’t channel “Glory Glory Man United” or “We’ve Got The Whole World In Our Hands,” and instead went all highbrow.
Their song has been composed by the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, and takes pieces from God Save The Queen and Zadok The Priest (the Champions League anthem).
The conductor even wore a Bayern shirt in the recording of the song. All very patriotic.
God love Twitter eh. You have to find glorious the way the social media application can discover, discuss, mock and reject a news story within a matter of seconds.
Last night, Twitter buzzed with the news that Coventry City’s Ricoh Arena (there is quite a lot wrong with saying Coventry City’s Ricoh Arena given the ownership issues, but it’s complicated and for another time) was on fire, with many sharing photos of the ground seemingly ablaze. read more »
The problem with the rule about getting a yellow card for an over-elaborate celebration is that once you have over-stepped the line, you might as well run with it and get your money’s worth.
That is very much an ethos followed by Macedonian midfielder Mario Gjurovski of Muangthong United during a Thai Premier League match against TOT Sport Club. read more »