It was just meant to bea routine quiz with LFCTV about hip-hopat Liverpool's team hotel in New York, but Daniel Sturridge took it upon himself to steal the show by crooning and rapping his way through Drake's "Too Much" anyway (with a little bit of help from Jordan Ibe on high harmonies).
Never one to eschew a chance to throw the cat among the pigeons, QPR boss Harry Redknapp has questioned the story that Hoops' striker Loic Remy failed his medical ahead of his £8.5million move to Liverpool.
The general consensus among the UK footballing media was that a heart issue had caused the French striker's move to Liverpool to crash and burn.
A solitary goal from Raheem Sterling was enough to see Liverpool pip old foes Olympiakos in the Super League of Beautiful Friends And Eternal Happiness Super Champions Cup in Chicago last night, with recent £20million signing Lazar Markovic making his first appearance for the Reds.
Here is avery nice goal scored by one of our new boys Ayoze Perez tonight at Hillsborough, to give the lads a 1-0 win against Sheffield Wednesday. https://vine.co/v/MEn7L39qHM6 Comments welcome. Below are our three social media sites:
We're skipping back to last Friday night here so apologies for the tardiness, but we feel it's our duty as concerned denizens of decent football to bring you the forlorn tale ofRichard Zajac, overly-casual goalkeeper of Polish top-tier side TS Podbeskidzie.
The "pitch invader selfie" (oh, how we've come to loathe that word) is definitely the footballing fad of the summer friendlies, with several fans interrupting last night's gamebetween Real Madrid and Roma by bursting onto the pitch, cameras gormlessly held in front of their facesin search of photographic mementos.
Long since thought to be extinct thanks to the Moyesian era, here's Manchester United's forwards actually playing with a bit of spontaneity and finesse and putting together an impressively slinky passing manoeuvre against Inter Milan last night...
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored one of his routine bamboozlingleaping backheel volleys during a PSG training session in Hong Kong last night though unfortunately the Instagram footage didn't show the ball actually crossing the line.
Well, here it is again only this time you actually get to see the whole thing through to completion.
In which Zlatan Ibrahimovic defies the laws of the universe to score yet another remarkable leaping back-heel volley during a recent PSG training session.
Sadly, the video doesn't actually show if the ball went in or not, but if we were to judge from, a) the reaction of the crowd, and, b) the fact that this is Zlatan we're talking about here, then we're more than happy to jump to sexy conclusions.
A common tradition at football clubs, the new-boy is expected to 'do a turn' in order to entertain his new team-mates. Young defender Callum Chambers, Arsene Wenger's latest purchase, and yet another player to leave Southampton, chose tosing The Kooks' 'Naive' hit in front of the Gunners squad at their Austrian training camp.
With his £3million move to Arsenal formally announced yesterday, everybody at OGC Nice gathered to give their goalkeeper of the last sixyears, David Ospina, an emotional farewell send-off from theAllianz Riviera yesterday as he prepared to travel Arse-wards.
Several days ago a video circulated that showed a slightly squiffy Bastian Schweinsteiger singing anti-Borussia Dortmund chant "BVB, sons of bitches" at a party somewhere.
Schweinsteiger's antics caused a minor furore in Bundesliga circles and so, as a damage limitation exercise, the Bayern Munich midfielder issued a video apology via his official Facebook page, with Schweinifilming himselfhumbly mumbling:
"Hello, I'm sending you all a message from my holidays, as it's come to my attention that a video of me has found its way onto the internet.
Bayern Munich beat Wolfsburg 3-0 in the final of the Bundesliga's pre-season half-tournamentcurtain-jerker, theTelekom Cup, with Robert Lewandowski continuing his streak of scoring in all of his Bayern appearances to date by bagging himself acouple of goals the second of which was rather easy on the eye.
Ukranian side Dnipro's Champions League qualifier against FC Copenhagen was marred tonight as a gang of Dnipro thugs stormed the field and fought with innocent stewards who were just trying to do their job!
The disgraceful scene's should see at the very least a Champions League ban this season and if the UEFA pencil pushers were to get off their lazy asses it would be several years of a ban.
Pepe embroiled in controversy: who'd have thought?
It may well have been a "friendly" on paper but there was certainly a fair degree of acrimony in the air when Roma met Real Madrid in Texas last night.
Ex-Barcelona midfielder Seydou Keita re-ignited an ongoing feud with Pepe which began back in their La Ligadays, with the Real Madrid centre-back accused of calling the Mali international a "monkey" during a Clasico game back in August of 2011.
Kitchee vs PSG 2014 Highlights 2-6 Ibrahimovic Bahebeck Ongenda Goals Friendly Video is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter
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I think you might find this interesting if, like me, you're interested in the history and the future of Manchester United's Academy system.
Tony Park, AKA @MrMujac, is a lifelong United supporter with a knowledge far richer than most, especially about United's youth system. Regularly found following the youth teams home and away, Tony's views are certainly to be respected.
Already banned from Portuguese television, here's Paulo Futre's unsettling new advert for Viagra-style erectile dysfunction pills which sees the former Atletico Madrid and West Ham winger, now aged 48, proudly performing keepy-uppies with his mighty, engorged penis.
During the 2010-11 Premier League season, Blackpool emerged as a free-flowing attacking side that scored plenty of goals but unfortunately let more goals in, which was ultimately their downfall and the major reason why the club was relegated in May 2011.
Just three years later, the club is in a financial quagmire.
Diego Costa made an impressive debut for Chelsea yesterday and scored a great goal to level things up. His movement off the ball was good and there seems to be an immediate understanding with Cesc Fabregas which excites me ahead of the new season.
Take a look at the video below of all of Costa's involvement in the game.