...for ya. What's that now four straight Test Match defeats after gaining the number one ranking in the world. Only England.
...stop the world. Stuart Lancaster was really the only option for the England Rugby head coach, so much so that even an English sporting regulatory body couldn't screw it up.
...Wembley... Wembley... We're the famous Tottenham Hotspur and we're off to Wembley. Doesn't quite feel right when it's only the Cup semi-final but it's still Wembley after beating Bolton 3-1 in the quarters..
...Jose Mourinho. The way a lot of fans were happy about the style with which Spurs went about the nil-nil draw against Chelsea, came as some surprise given their dislike of Jose's pragmatic football style.
...or should that be Keggy Keegling it? It pretty much doesn't matter which, both the same, both have seen what could at one stage have been a 16 point lead is now a one point deficit after another insipid display.
...like all the best things are. Stuart Lancaster along with the England team he put together during this 6 Nations tournament have made a great deal about how it all came about in Leeds and it led to Ireland's thumping at Twickenham.
...since that sad day. When one of the guitar greats died.
...when he said...football was more important than life and death. Fabrice Muamba current situation after suffering a cardiac arrest showed that.
...or should that be two? A couple pieces of rock and or roll history up for sale on teh interweb this last week. Eddie Van Halen's 1982 Kramer Frankenstrat and Steve Vai's Marshall amplifier.
...special. Beating the Jocks is always good - though it'll never make up for the pain of 1990 - but doing the Frogs in their own back yard, even if it isn't the Parc des Princes, is still the best in the 6 Nations, no matter what state they're in.
...how did that work out for you? On the basis of two goals against a 3rd division side and Lennon missing 'Arry decided to completely screw up Spurs' line up against Everton, with predictable results.
...all over. OK so a couple of things were missing, he didn't hit the woodwork, side netting or 'keeper. But the rest was pure Jermain.
...every football ground. The good old days of pre-Premier League football, where the box didn't resemble Come Dancing at corners.
...he's half barmy...so's his army, whistle while you work. Actor Philip Madoc who has died aged 77 was in a classic Dad's Army episodeThe Deadly Attachment.
...list. A ref in charge of his first ManUre game since being on the end of a verbal assault in the media by Alex Ferguson which saw the manager on the end of an five match F.A. ban, what are the chances he'd want back into Fergie's good books.