Pure genius! Wanted to post this for ages, but the internet police tend to keep snapping up the
videos. Hopefully, this will stay around long enough for you to enjoy it. It is absolute class. I
suggest you click Read more below and read the outstanding lyrics as you listen. If this doesn't
crack you up, [.
Inanimate object makes mockery of footballer Karlsruhe's Maik Franz was eager to show just how
annoyed he was at being sent-off during his side's defeat to Schalke last night. Sadly, he chose
the wrong piece of stadium furniture to pick on. The hard as nails chair took Franz's best blow
with ease and very nearly knocked [.
Player gets yellow card, but spared the plank Chipstead's Daryl Coleman wasn't going to let his
fifteen seconds of fame go to waste when he scored a beautiful free-kick during his side's 4-1
defeat to Torquay. He did the only thing he could under the circumstances: donned a pirate hat to
celebrate his goal.
Spurs fan in the thick of it Ever wanted to get up and close and personal with your favourite
footballers? Worried that you will be immediately carted away by an over-zealous steward? The
solution is simple: get yourself at the bottom of a pile-on like the Spurs fan pictured above. See
exactly how he got himself [.
Mystery impressionist making a big impression It is just over a fortnight since we brought you
footage of a Liverpool fan stood in a corner shop doing uncanny impressions of Reds personalities.
Now Darren Farley has found himself on Sky Sports News after an impressive reaction to his initial
video. More Darren after the jump.
Eight-goal thriller at the Emirates One of the greatest Premier League matches. Just an incredible
game - outstanding goals, the miracle turnaround Harry Redknapp seems to have started at Spurs, and
an unbelievable comeback. Sit back and watch the highlights in full. Darren Bentley's strike
inevitably grabs the headlines, but a fantastic goal from Jermaine Jenas too.
Cheeky Cesc's comments backfire Last night's thriller between Arsenal and Spurs created a lot of
talking points, but one is that the Gunners are only as good as the Arsenal Ladies team. Before the
match Cesc Fabregas has claimed that Tottenham could only manage a draw against the women's outfit.
He said: "They would do really well.
How to stick it to your former employers What a strike! The perfect opening to one of the greatest
matches in Premier League history. Check back tomorrow for highlights of the full match -
The Special One gets clippered Consistency all over, nothing on the wings, and dropping deep up
front, it must be Jose Mourinho's new haircut. The Inter Milan boss has chosen the depths of autumn
as the best time to shave his noggin. Expect to see a San Siro sniffle shortly. Spotted on Kickette
Must... leave... pitch... but... too...hard Wigan striker Amr Zaki took defeat against Aston Villa
pretty hard on Sunday. He wandered around the pitch aimlessly as his team-mates returned to the
dressing room to be prodded by Steve Bruce's chubby index finger. The Egyptian then lost the
ability to walk and was halfway towards a William Gallas-style sit-in [.
'Arry gets 'eckled Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp yesterday became a freeman of Portsmouth. The
ex-Pompey boss picked up the accolade just days after walking out on Pompey. Redknapp gave an
understandably downbeat speech during which he was booed (but also cheered).
Harry Redknapp to be honoured in Portsmouth With the sort of comic timing that you just can't make
up, Harry Redknapp will today receive the freedom of the city of Portsmouth. The ex-Pompey boss
walked out on the club to join Tottenham just three days ago. The new Spurs manager is keen to
receive the accolade [.
Don't put your favourite La Liga club above the Royal family A Moroccan schoolboy who supports
Barcelona has been jailed for insulting the country's Royal family. Yassine Belassal altered the
phrase "God, The Nation, The King" on the school blackboard so that it instead read
"God, The Nation, Barcelona".
So that's where Paul Robinson got the idea... I didn't wake up and decide it was National Pan Steve
McClaren Day (surely every day is Pan Steve McClaren Day), but that is the way it has turned out.
Thanks to Off The Post reader Koert for spotting this beauty. Fast-forward 4mins six seconds into
this video [.
'Arry's transfer dealings give the game away 1. Noe Pamarot 2. Younes Kaboul 3. Sol Campbell 4.
Sean Davis 5. Jermain Defoe This guy has been running a Spurs team on the south coast for the last
few years right under our noses. His new job is basically a promotion from Tottenham reserve coach
to Tottenham first team coach.
No need to take Spurs' computers! "The chairman will do the deals. I will pick the players,
and if he [Levy] can deliver them then great." It probably saves the BBC and the FA a lot of
hard-work that way, Harry!
Who is Spurs best £5 million signing? Spurs have reportedly spent around £5 million
bringing Harry Redknapp to White Hart Lane, just shy of the amount they spent on one of their
disappointing summer signing, Giovani dos Santos. So who is most worth the money: Redknapp or Dos
Santos? Vote after the jump.
1. Liverpool three points clear at the top of the Premier League table. Would you Adam and Eve it?
2. Chelsea can be beaten at the Bridge. 3. Tottenham Hotspur do have a squad capable of winning
football matches. 4. Robinho was worth all that money. A great hat-trick from the Brazilian to
disprove the theory that you [.
How to make friends and influence Evertonians Hosted at fliggo.com | Wayne Rooney brought a new
brand of badge-kissing to the Premier League on Saturday when he snogged his Manchester United
crest to celebrate picking up a yellow card for fouling Everton's Mikael Arteta. If yellow card
badge-kisses are to be the new craze, [.
You wait two months for Juande Ramos to be sacked, and then... Even though I was strongly of the
opinion that Spurs needed to get rid of Juande Ramos, I did not see this one coming. Daniel Levy
and co have taken a big gamble in paying off their beleaguered Spanish boss and rushing in a [...]
Arsene Wenger fuming about crafty fag Arsenal captain William Gallas could face action from the
club after being photographed leaving a nightclub with a cigarette in his mouth. The French
defender was snapped driving his car with the fag in his mouth, although newspaper reports claim
witnesses said the cigarette was unlit (possibly the first time [.
Atletico Madrid striker's venture into the music biz This is quite an old video, but it has escaped
my attention thus far so I am guessing it might be a similar story for others. This is Atletico
Madrid and Argentina's Kun Aguero teaming up with compatriots Los Leales for a bit of a singsong.
75 is the lucky number After CR7, R9, and David Beckham's unofficial ownership of the number 23, it
looks like DB75 will be football's hot initial/number combo in 2009. The Mirror reports that if
Beckham's loan deal to AC Milan is finalised he will play (assuming he actually plays) with a
number 75 on his back.
Ukrainian striker cops a feel The life of a striker can be a lonely one. Hovering around the
halfway line waiting for some decent service. Your mind is bound to wander. Just ask Didier Drogba.
We don't know what Hertha Berlin's Andrey Voronin was thinking about during last night's Uefa Cup
clash with Benfica, but it [.
Paul Robinson: allow yourself a wry smile When your team is going through a bad patch it is good to
know that you have a reliable keeper between the sticks. Like Tottenham and Heurelho Gomes, for
instance. Here is the Brazilian goalie helping his side on their way to Uefa Cup defeat to Udinese
Even beleaguered managers need social networking This hilarious Facebook feed shows exactly what
Tottenham boss Juande Ramos has been up to while he should have been sorting out his squad. It
seems the under-fire Spaniard is yet another victim of social networking site addiction. Click the
picture to make it BIGGER.
Avatar of the day for Barca fans everywhere This is classy. Barcelona's marauding wing-back Dani
Alves is not even looking in the right direction when he played this superb assist against Basel in
the Champions League last night. Imagine how good the ball would have been if he had looked! If you
spot any good footballs GIFs [.
Expert inventors show off the Soccamatic. Mid-table Preston could do with this contraption to fire
them into the play-off places. Wallace and Gromit present the Preston North End Soccamatic. Shades
of Gordon Banks from Gromit (followed by shades of Kevin Pressman). Spotted on The Offside Rules
Striker shows off his undies after scoring Burnley forward Robbie Blake showed off a pair of
personalised pants after scoring a midweek goal against Coventry. The striker had been given a pair
of red undies with bearing the slogan 'BAD BEAT BOB' due to his dismal record in the Clarets' poker
Celtic defender can confirm the sun shines out at the minute We do not know whether Celtic's Gary
Caldwell was trying to bury his head in shame after his side conceded a third goal or whether his
move towards Wayne Rooney's backside was not football related.
Goldenballs goes to Italy The rumours have been about for a week or two, but I didn't expect them
to materialise into anything. AC Milan have announced that they have confirmed an agreement to take
David Beckham on loan from LA Galaxy at the end of the MLS season. Milan vice-president Adriano
Galliani said: "Beckham has chosen [.
Keeping clanger from South America Was it not the great philosopher Ruud Gullit who once said:
"Goalkeepers are goalkeepers because they can't play football"? The proof is in the
pudding, so here is the goalkeeper of Brazilian Série B side Gama passing the ball out of
defence last week. Spotted on The Offside
Manchester City defender scores a cracker This beaut comes from Monday night's match between
Newcastle and Manchester City. City's Richard Dunne very kindly gave Newcastle the lead with this
excellent finish into his own net.
Liverpool star ponces around for Spanish department store Liverpool striker Fernando Torres has
been routing through his dressing up box to help out Spanish chain El Corte Ingles. This video
shows his advert for them. There is something quite disturbing about those gloves going on:
"We will have to conduct a full cavity search I'm afraid, [.
No words - just the sound of a Nissan racing round the Nurburgring. If you like cars, give it a
click. If you like Off The Post, give it a click - these ads keep the site alive. Thanks. var
Hats off to Dimi. Manchester United are all at sea at the moment, or at least their training
sessions look distinctly like a scene from The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (we thought that
headbutting Frenchman had retired?). Spotted on The Spoiler
Let them eat cake Spurs players have taken their dislike of Juande Ramos' nutritional regime
further by revolting against their baby food diet. Tottenham cakes are now the favoured snack at
White Hart Lane. Apparently despite a tasty appearance, Tottenham cakes are quite hard to swallow
and have left some fans with a bad taste in [.
First down... goal! New York Red Bulls goalkeeper Danny Cepero bagged himself a Major League
Soccerball Power Goal when he booted the ball in from his own half. Perhaps the opposition keeper
was mesmerised by the numbers on the pitch (apparently they help guys in helmets with no sense of
proportion, or something).
Wycombe's Chris Zebroski should count to 10 before taking revenge There were crazy scenes in the
Wycombe v Darlington match in League Two yesterday. With 15 minutes to play, Darlo's Tim Ryan
headbutted young Wycombe striker Chris Zebroski. The 21-year-old picked himself up intent on
revenge, but punched team-mate Matt Harrold by mistake.
Jeff feels good You just don't get this sort of impartial reporting anywhere else! Jeff Stelling
leads the Soccer Saturday team in a chorus of I Got You (I Feel Good) to celebrate James Brown's
late winner for Hartlepool United yesterday. He then reveals that the singing puppet he once
famously used to celebrate Brown's goals [.
Nottingham Forest fan wants veteran striker in the charts A Facebook campaign to get Nottingham
Forest striker Andy Cole into the charts is in full swing. Cole released a garage remake of The Gap
Band's Outstanding in 1999, but the song failed to break into the top 40. The group Lets Get Andy
Cole Into The [.
Pull your finger out, lad! Werder Bremen midfielder Carlos Alberto, currently on-loan at Brazilian
outfit Botafogo, has picked up an eight-match ban for this loving caress of a Gremio player's rump.
Quite why he decided to run his finger the length of an opponent's crack is up for debate, but the
Brazilian authorities have deemed it [.
Spurs stars worried relegation is being handed to them on a plate Tottenham players are blaming
their poor form on the strict dietary restrictions placed on them by manager Juande Ramos. The Sun
reports that Spurs players believe a lack of food is sapping their energy during games. They quote
one player as saying: "We're feeling hungry [.
A display of Israeli aggression Oh-oh! One for the bloopers reel, Yossi. Liverpool's bit-part
winger's dugout homing instincts result in him taking a bit and a part out of Latvia coach
Aleksandrs Starkovs. Spotted on The Beautiful Game
Teale will tear you apart, just as soon as he has sobered up There would be something about a group
of men chanting my name while I was trying to use the urinal that would put me off the matter in
hand, I suspect. Not so for Derby County's Gary Teale. Here he is in his [...]
You just don't get this sort of service from Lord Triesman The chief executive of the Zimbabwe
Football Association Henrietta Rushwaya is at the centre of a sex scandal involving players,
including Manchester City striker Benjani. Rushwaya is accused of forcing the national team coach
Jose Claudinei Valinhos to release players from curfews during international meetings [.
Some footballers still do cheesy (or milky) ads Barcelona star Lionel Messi proves that hefty wages
and big sponsorship deals need not stop multi-millionaire footballers making prats of themselves in
the name of earning a few extra Euros. Here is Messi endorsing his favourite yoghurt.
He's the Liverpool star you bitches are loving! It is funny how a three-minute YouTube video can
make you completely lose respect for someone you once admired as a talented footballer. This is
Liverpool and Holland attacker Ryan Babel rocking the mic with a rap ballad about his rags to
riches tale. Babel follows in the footsteps [.
12 from 12 for Fabio's boys 1. Wayne Rooney is Samson in reverse. His England goal drought is well
and truly over. Keep that head bald and keep the goals coming, Wazza. 2. Steven Gerrard's
international career is not over. That talk was brought on by a distinct lack of football news this
Mike Newell saves Mariners striker some petrol money Grimsby striker Martin Butler has had his
contract terminated because new boss Mike Newell was unimpressed with his travel arrangements. The
34-year-old made a 350-mile round trip from his Worcestershire home to Grimsby. The striker was
often forced to miss training because or the long-haul commute.
Proof that relegation is bad for your health Rosario Central president Horacio Usandizaga is not
likely to win any Boss of the Year awards after he was secretly filmed making a speech in which he
threatened to kill his club's players and coaching staff. The under-fire president came out with
guns blazing (hopefully not too literally) as [.
Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau (extended remix) Just days after Off The Post brought you Harry and Paul's
mickey take of obscure little countries with never-ending national anthems, and we spotted this
happening in the real world. The Wales players think the anthem is over, the crowd cheers because
they think it is over, the commentators think [.
Is this really England? Belarus vs England Wayne Rooney 74″ A fantastic dummy run to lose his
man, a superb pass by Steven Gerrard (yes, he of no England future), quick feet by Rooney and a
wonderful finish. Colleen, give that head the once over before every England game, please. The best
(successful) move by and England side [.
South American nation's favourite bit of training How does your country's top players prepare for
an international match? If you're Colombian, the answer is by standing between their team-mates
legs and looking down longingly. Judge for yourself just how much Camilo Zuniga enjoys this
exercise after the jump.
When scouting players gets personal! If you thought Vinnie Jones' long spell with Wimbledon's Crazy
Gang followed by several appearances as a rough nut Cockney gangster made for a formidable CV,
think again. Belarus coach Bernd Stange counts Saddam Hussein and the East German secret service
among his former employers.
Can Berba cut it at international level? Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has not left
his days of shirking behind at Tottenham. The 27-year-old has taken to training on a lawnmower
while on international duty with Bulgaria. Rumours that Sir Alex Ferguson has ordered all players
on international duty to ensure they rest on a piece [.
The MLS Files Ex-LA Galaxy coach Ruud Gullit has revealed that the evil geniuses behind Major
League Soccer are deliberately keeping a lid on soccerball to avoid damaging true American sports.
Comments made to Reuters about a Major League Soccer conspiracy have had some onlookers questioning
the state of the former Dutch international's mental health.
Ahead of tonight's clash with England, we give you the lowdown on all things Belarus 1. Alexander
Hleb The former Arsenal man was a Gunners favourite (at least until he started shooting his mouth
off about the club and making is very clear that he wanted to leave to join Barcelona. The
midfielder is almost certainly ruled [.
Scouse shop talk This guy is superb. Quite why he is making a name for himself as a guy in a hoodie
standing in front of a box of Cornflakes and not on the TV we don't know. He reels off some
excellent impressions of Rafa Benitez, Steven "Yeerrrm" Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, Michael
Owen and Peter [..
Spurs striker dabbles in politics Roman Pavlyuchenko might not be the first name of the Tottenham
Hotspur teamsheet at the moment but he is at Stavropol council. The newly-elected member will be
sending his apologies to a lot of meetings! Residents of the Russian town of Stavropol obviously do
not mind if their local councillors do not [.
The battle of the governing bodies FIFA has taken another kicking over its policy on racism, and
this time it was their pals at UEFA taking a swipe at Sepp Blatter and co. The European governing
body has revealed that the paltry fines handed out for racism at international matches would be
considerably higher if they [.
Chelsea striker admits his mind wanders during the match If you have ever watched Didier Drogba and
thought his mind wasn't really on the task in hand then you were spot on. The official spokesman
for the Ivorian's wandering mind confirmed that he regularly loses concentration during matches.
Drogba said: "It's funny because there are some times [.
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