Manchester United youngster Adnan Januzaj has been shown a yellow card for this attempted reenaction of Diego Maradona's Hand of God during today's game at West Brom. The teenage winger whose willingness to bend the rules has already brought him some negatve headlines during his fledgling career handled the ball above Baggies keeper [.
Manchester United youngster Michael Keane was unable to play for England Under-21s against Wales this week after his twin brother was inadvertently registered for the game instead. Gareth Southgate had wanted the 21-year-old defender in his team for the game, only to discover that his brother Will, currently on loan from United to QPR, had [.
Former NWA member Ice Cube has been assessing the hip hop credentials of John Barnes and Andy Cole. The rapper was joined by comedian Kevin Hart for an appearance on talkSPORT. The pair were played extracts of World In Motion, Anfield Rap and Cole's Outstanding to assess. The reviews were, erm, mixed.
You can understand David Moyes being a bit twitchy given Manchester United's recent record. But the Scot can breath easy the job in question is to become general manager of United's events team, not their football team. The successful candidate for the post will have "a mandate to drive an increase in revenue and [.
Great to be with the best number 10!! "El Pelusa" pic.twitter.com/09XnNeJuFn David De Gea (@D_DeGea) February 17, 2014 Argentina legend Diego Maradona is said to be 'MADadona' after accusing is fiancee of flirting with Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea. The Spaniard and other members of United's squad met Maradona during their recent warm [.
Tours of Manchester United's stadium have dropped by 45 per cent since David Moyes took over as manager, according to a gift experience website selling the tours. Sales of Old Tafford tours dropped by 34 per cent immediately after Moyes' appointment and average sales figures have continued to decline month-on-month ever since, claims Buyagift.
A Liverpool supporter has engaged in some very juvenile but highly amusing tactical analysis of Manchester United's performance against Fulham weekend. Using a Match of the Day graphic showing Liverpool's neat little triangles in their comfortable win over Arsenal as a starting point, the Reds fan sought to identify similar patterns in the formation set [.
Infamously difficult iPhone game Flappy Bird was removed from the App Store this week amid suggestions that its creator was receiving torrents of abuse for making the game so hard. One man who can sympathise with both camps people receiving torrents of abuse and people finding things too difficult is Manchester United manager [.
Manchester United's £7m signing Bebe has been doing pretty well in recent weeks, scoring a couple of nice goals on loan at Pacos de Ferreira. But he was back to the Bebe we know and love at the weekend by launching this hilarious free-kick into orbit against Porto. Going for goal, the 23-year-old very nearly [.
David Moyes isn't the only one who's suddenly 10 years older after a few short months on the Manchester United bench. Winger Wilfried Zaha has been afflicted by the same problem. According to a Sky Sports graphic ahead of yesterday's game between Swansea and Cardiff, the England Under-21 regular is now aged 31.
You can tell that the Manchester United job is taking its toll on David Moyes. He had visibly aged as he sat alongside Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers for last night's game between Manchester City and Chelsea. In truth, only Rodgers was there. But it appeared that City had seated the Reds boss to cause optimum [.
Jack Wilshere's latest injury set-back has earned him little sympathy in some quarters. One Photoshop prankster presumably a Tottenham-supporting Photoshop prankster has mocked up a personalised wheelchair for the Arsenal midfielder. The 22-year-old's new wheels include his name and number on the back as well as a packet of cigarettes to help Jack [.
Islington Reads Champion, Arsenal defender and big friendly giant Per Mertesacker celebrates #worldbookdayuk pic.twitter.com/SKohC3o3Jk Islington Council (@IslingtonBC) March 6, 2014 Arsenal centre-back Per Mertesacker has been reading his namesake Roald Dahl book to celebrate World Book Day. The tall defender is nicknamed BFG Big F**king German by Gooners, so it's little surprise [.
Injured Arsenal star Theo Walcott says he will buy cupcakes for two Spurs-supporting stretcher-bearers who were pelted with coins after he made a 2-0 gesture to the crowd. The incident happened in January as Walcott was stretchered off during the FA Cup third round clash between the north London rivals.
Cheesy heart-shaped hand gestures were once the preserve of Tottenham's side of the north London divide, but Jack Wilshere has attempted to change that. The Gunners midfielder revived Gareth Bale's goal celebration to show some love to the Arsenal crest. Alas, there was no sign of the Arsenal crest when he turned up half-naked for [.
Mathieu Flamini has been ruffling a few feathers at Arsenal of late. There was his on-pitch bust-up with Mesut Ozil, his training ground row with Jack Wilshere and a subsequent posed punch-up with Wilshere to show there were no hard feelings. Now comes this photo of Flamini possibly planning a stamp on a horizontal Yaya [.
Arsenal's record signing Mesut Ozil has been quizzed by police over allegations that the car he was driving was involved in a collision with a photographer. The alleged incident happened in Highgate, North London, last Friday. Ozil was dropped by the Gunners for their win over Sunderland the following day and has since returned to [.
Post by Mesut Özil. Arsenal star Mesut Ozil has joked that Arsenal's superheroes will be able to match Bayern Munich this week. Ozil posted a photo of himself dressed as Superman, accompanied by Lukas Podolski as the Hulk and Bacary Sagna as Rambo, and suggested that talent would help them against the European champions.
Arsene Wenger probably thought he had suffered enough humiliation for one day after Arsenal's 5-1 defeat at Liverpool but fate had other ideas. As the Gunners boss made his way though Liverpool Lime Street station on his way to catch the train back to London, he tuck a tumble and landed on his backside.
The @Arsenal boss at his pre-match press conference #LFCvAFC pic.twitter.com/OVzJpE9aFs Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) February 6, 2014 Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed he took the London Underground to work on his first day in the job. Ex-Tottenham manager Christian Gross became a laughing stock when he arrived in north London brandishing a Tube ticket [.
Lukas Podolski appears to have taken public transport concerns into his own hands amid Tube strikes in London. The Arsenal striker was photographed sitting in the driver's seat of a bus. Uploading the picture to his Instagram account, he wrote: "Welcome to my bus." The Germany international would be comfortable with the routes after his [.
Luis Suarez says he is the member of Liverpool's SAS strike partnership best suited to a career in the other SAS. The Uruguayan says he would make a better soldier than fellow Reds striker Daniel Sturridge. Suarez, aged 26, thinks that fact that he is older than Sturridge swings things in his favour.
Jordan Henderson says the Liverpool coaching staff sometimes have to tell him to stop training for his own good. The Reds midfielder was the butt of more than one Forrest Gump joke after Sir Alex Ferguson criticised his running style in his autobiography. And that situation won't be helped by Henderson's latest revelations that he [.
Real Madrid midfielder Nuri Sahin has joked that he needed Chelsea star Eden Hazard to give him a good kick during his ballboy days. The former Liverpool player, currently on loan at Borussia Dortmund, found an old image of him lurking behind Brazilian striker Ronaldo hoping to get his shirt after a Champions League game [.
A strange incident from the Championship game between Blackpool and Birmingham, where Liverpool youngster Jack Robinson was shown a red card for a foul on team-mate Jordon Ibe. Robinson, on loan with the Seasider, was deemed to have denied a clear goalscoring opportunity to Ibe, who made his loan move to Birmingham last week.
Aly Cissokho: part full-back, part footman to Steven Gerrard. While most Liverpool players were busy going mad after Gerrard's last-gasp winner at Fulham on Wednesday night, Cissokho's first through was to salvage the captain's armband that had been flung aside during the skipper's epic goal celebration.
Earlier this week, we told you about a commercial tie-in that saw Chelsea players turned into characters from The Simpsons. Among them was captain John Terry, so perhaps what happened next should come as no surprise. Read more about Chelsea's arrangement with The Simpsons.
Chelsea star Eden Hazard eats far more than bulkier compatriots such as Aston Villa's Christian Benteke and Everton's Romelu Lukaku, according to the Belgium team chef. Wim Casteleyn has branded Hazard the greediest member of the squad, saying the 5ft 8in puts away more food than his 6ft-plus team-mates.
Emmanuel Adebayor's saluting goal celebration has been getting plenty of action in recent weeks, not least yesterday evening when he almost singlehandedly hauled Tottenham past Dnipro in the Europa League. The Togo striker's efforts were not lost on Spurs boss Tim Sherwood, who acknowledged Adebayor's performance by returning the salute.
Former Tottenham manager Juande Ramos has criticised his old players for tucking into fast food while they were playing for him. The Spaniard, currently in charge at Dnipro, who meet Spurs in the Europa League next week, says he used to spot his players eating burgers in McDonald's in Chigwell. Ramos was also very open [.
When you hear of human curling going on in the dressing room of a south coast club, you might assume Gus Poyet is involved. Not so. Southampton have been getting in to the spirit of the Winter Olympics by emulating the curling competition in their dressing room. One member of the squad becomes the stone [.
A Spanish football fan is facing animal cruelty charges after throwing a dog at the referee. The 50-year-old was arrested at the amateur game in Almeria. He grabbed the dog from the arms of a supporter next to him and threw it from the upper tier of the stand towards the referee below in protest [...
Lionel Messi might have put his recent muscle problems behind him, but it appears he is still being troubled by at least one ailment. The Barcelona star threw-up on the pitch during Argentina's friendly against Romania this evening.
Cardiff skipper Mark Hudson suffered a further injury setback earlier this week but it looks like he's finding ways to keep his spirits up. With wife Marie-Louise away on holiday with fellow Cardiff WAGs Kelly McNaughton and Shelley Cowie, the Hudson boys decided to have a bit of fun. Hudson branded his efforts "Le [.
Charlton manager Chris Powell celebrated in style after his side beat Sheffield Wednesday in last night's FA Cup fifth round. The Addicks boss made his way to the goalmouth and produced an impressive crossbar chin-up. Not bad considering he'll suited and booted.
World Wrestling Entertainment owner Vince McMahon is a surprise candidate to buy Newcastle. The WWE boss is rumoured to be looking into the possibility of buying Mike Ashley's stake at the club. A Newcastle source told the Winner Sports website: "Vince McMahon has been sniffing around the club and seems keen on pursuing his interest.
This is one of those unfortunate situations where the scoresheet indicates that the goalkeeper scored an own goal, but the blame lies entirely with a defender. Real Sociedad keeper Enaut Zubikarai is the innocent victim. He had already been beaten by a shot from Barcelona's Alexis Sanchez, but must have breathed a sigh of relief [.
We've scoured world football in search of the funniest football team names. Here's the best we've found. Deportivo Wanka The infamously named Peruvian outfit has carved out a strong replica shirt sales market built exclusively around shifting D. Wanka branded merchandise to English-speaking football fans with a suitable juvenile sense of humour.