...Russia. A strong Spurs XI didn't exact;y set the world alight in beating Anzhi Makhachkala two nil in the Europa League.
...irony. So the dear old luvvie is in full whinging, setting the world to rights, mode again. But while frothing at the mouth over teh Daily mail's past he doesn't seem to mention that of his beloved B.B.C.
...documentary. Watch the BBC's Operation Snow Tiger, it's all there, everything you shouldn't do to make a watchable TV programme about animals in the wild.
...back. It was all there last night as Spurs beat Wigan 3-1 at The Lane. From the swagger to Benny's barent.
...meh. Spurs' youngsters weren't great during their Europa League game away to Rubin Kazan but it was the established first teamers that sucked.
...week. It seems the only way to get any life out of the striker. Super Pavlyuchenko scores a screamer in a less than convincing Spurs display against Rubin Kazan.
...very happy. Wait shouldn't that be the other way round? FIFA execs made Russia and Qatar happy after their names were pulled from the envelopes telling us who would host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
...banana skins? Another Wednesday away day up to Yorkshire for 'Arry's Tottenham Hotspur and another 5-1 scoreline.
...ever done for us? All right, but apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, a fresh water system...
...what am I gonna do for the final now. After they lost to Spain choosing between them and Germany in the final is like the choice between being shot and electrocuted.
...you buffoon, thank you the F.A. you cretins. For making sure Guus Hiddink didn't take the England job resulting in us suffering under the McClown.
...they had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? Philippe Senderos. Which kind of, bar a couple of games, describes Euro 2008 so far.
England's fourth 3-0 victory in Euro 2008 qualifiers but there was still too many weak links on the park against Russia, Gerrard, the Coles and Ferdinand.