It was on the back of an Aston Villa victory in August 1995 that Alan Hansen uttered one of football’s immortal quotes. Now, almost 20 years on, it’s Aston Villa paying the price for the depth to which the Hansen’s embarrassment has seeped into the public consciousness.
Thank God for Mario Balotelli. Without him, this window would’ve been so dull we wouldn’t have needed curtains.
Was this the most inane interview in the history of football? While it would certainly seem pretty difficult to beat, here is a selection of the tweets so you can make your own mind up…
It’s hard to escape the feeling that Hill has made a rash decision in going back to his former haunt and it’s one he may live to regret
The following videos show that last night’s incident is not the first time ball boys have become involved in the action. They also make Hazard’s kick at Swansea’s Liberty Stadium look tame in comparison…
While I may have initially supported Arsenal, Brighton and Hove Albion is the club that helped me fall back in love with the game. And that’s why I’ll be wanting them to win this weekend.
Maria Sharapova is statistically the most dominant woman ever to reach the semi-final of a Grand Slam.
Youth policy beginning to bear fruit for AC Milan, but rumours about ‘rotten apple’ Mario Balotelli persist
Milan manager Massimiliano Allegri’s recent decision to field an attacking trio with a combined age of 60 against Sampdoria made headlines around Italy.
Ronaldinho has reinvented himself since moving to Belo Horizonte. The legs are no longer what they were, but in their place a wiser, cannier playmaker has emerged.
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