...to drop, even if it means we see the back of him Capello should not pick Beckham for England's up coming friendly against Switzerland.
...resumed as Spurs couldn't win their first game at Old Trafford since Gary Lineker scored the winner in '89, so going out the F.A. Cup 3-1.
This week in music history - January 24th to January 30th - with who was born and who died.
Surprise, surprise, Whinging Wenger didn't see the game the way everyone else did but he was right 5-1 was brutal but it wasn't a fair score, 81- would have been.
Spurs finally end the 21 match hoodoo that hasn't seen them beat the ARSE this millenium, with a 5-1 thrashing in the second leg of the Carling Cup semi-final to book a trip to Wembley.
...the guitar, Vox have added some new twists to a couple of familiar looking guitar shapes to come up with their new Virage range of guitars. And I like 'em.
...same sentence shocker. Their "Pop! What Is It Good for?" season means some good stuff from Chuck Berry, The Rolling Stones, Slade and Led Zeppelin.
...he's Keggy Keegal the new manager at Newcastle who are looking forward by harking back to their last period of glory.
...want this video of Tom Cruise eulogising about the cult being viewed by the world, what's so bad about it?
Google are to retire Adsense Referrals for people who are not based in North America, Latin America or Japan where they have reduced the price structure.
Spurs had a great chance to end a 17 year long hex and win away at Chelski and they blew it.
This week in music history - January 10th to January 16th - with who was born and who died.
Spurs again missed too many clear cut chances as they out played the scum in the 1-1 draw in the first leg of the Carling Cup semi-final.
...hall, congrats to "Goose" Gossage on his election to the Hall Of Fame, still one of my fav players.
Scouse caricature John Aldridge had to pick Tottenham out of the hat to play ManUre away in the 4th round of this seasons F.A. Cup in today's draw.