It’s been a whopper of a week for the news. Fabio ditched England, Harry drew pictures, Aaron Ramsey assassinated, and LOADS OF OTHER STUFF HAPPENED.
FABIO CAPELLO ISN’T THE ENGLAND MANAGER ANYMORE
If people are being removed from their jobs for supporting employees who might have done a racism, Kenny Dalglish’s job prospects must be about as good as Hermann Göring’s.
Don’t worry about Don Fabio, though, he’s got a few irons in the fire:
They happened. Lots of people wore nice dresses. Some of them were given gold trophies. Others pretended to look pleased when they were actually angry/jealous/bored/a combination of the aforementioned.
Meryl Streep's shoe fell off, but Colin Firth put it back on for her - it's all like Cinderella and that.
HARRY REDKNAPP IS THE NEW ENGLAND MANAGER
Well, he hasn’t actually got the job yet, but we all know he will. All apart from the BBC, who seem to think he’s currently doing time for tax evasion:
Actually found not guilty on the day his dream job became available, Harry couldn’t believe his luck and was quick to get his application in to the FA:
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SYRIA - The situation is bad. Bad and complicated.
GREECE - Greece is fucked.
THE QUEEN’S HAVING A PARTY
The line up for the Diamon Jubilee concert in June was announced last week, prompting the usual outcries over all the taxpayers money that goes on the monarchy and how we should get rid of them immediately. The Queen costs 52p-a-year per person. That's not a lot really, is it?
What else could you get for 52p? Five years ago, you could have bought five Freddos and still had 2p change. But those poor guys have suffered severely with inflation, and the price has risen 100% in that period. Two and a half Freddos or the Queen? YOU DECIDE.
WHITNEY HOUSTON DIED
We told you about the The Ramsey Curse last December. Last May, the Arsenal midfielder scored against Man Utd. That night, Osama bin Laden was shot dead. In October, when Ramsey bagged against Spurs, it was Steve Jobs who bit the biscuit. Later that month, he netted against Marseille in the Champions League. The next day, Colonel Gaddafi met his unsightly demise. In December, he hit the post and Kim Jong Il popped his clogs, proving that merely the threat of Ramsey is enough.
After Ramsey’s goal against Sunderland on Saturday, it was poor Whitney Houston who suffered.
It’s like a weird fusion of Final Destination, Bend It Like Beckham and when Superman sneezes.