Did you know?
Welcome to the third edition of Premiership Talk's smattering of fun-facts, which is
simply known as Did you know? Without any further delays, the top 10 entries for this week
are as follows:
Former Liverpool winger Harry Kewell is married to English soap star Sheree
Here's introducing another new weekly feature at Premiership Talk: Did You Know? Of course the
primary purpose of following football is to enjoy watching exciting games as the action unfolds.
However, the same players that put on a show for the fans on the field are actually involved in
several significant activities off the field that not every fan is aware of.
Here's welcoming you to another edition of Did you know! Without delaying any further,
here are this week's ten interesting facts about footballers from across the globe:
Former Real Madrid and new Schalke 04 forward Raul Gonzalez named his four sons after
distinguished footballers Jorge Valdano, Hugo Sanchez, Hector Rial, and Lothar
Premiership Talk is excited to bring back a feature that made its debut not too long ago.
Did you know strives to reveal some lesser-known facts about your favorite people around
the football world. Without a further adieu, let's dive into the ten entries chosen for this
Did you know?
A new poll on John Terry contains a series of interesting findings – and also tells us something
about the pitfalls of using research projects to gauge the public mood.
The poll by PoliticsHome saw over 1,000 adults interviewed on Wednesday and yesterday.
Here are some of the findings:
Nearly half say Terry should be forced to stand down.
... that, when considering levels Under-20 and above, the U.S. Men's National Teams have
surrendered three penalty kick goals and seen eight men sent off in their last 19 FIFA cup
matches?That includes World Cup 2006, the 2007 Under-20 World Cup, the 2008 Summer Olympics,
Confederations Cup and the ongoing 2009 Under-20 World Cup.
... that Fulham have renamed their riverside pub for Brian McBride?Says the guide:In honour of
Brian McBride, the all-American hero who captained the Club to the dramatic Great Escape of 2008,
we are delighted to announce that our SW6 Sports Bar will be renamed McBride's from next season.
The American striker, who was twice named Fulham's Player of the Season during his time at Craven