The dreaded Twitter bet has struck again – but this time TV personality Gary Lineker will be the man under the spotlight after promising to get his ears pinned back if Real Madrid beat Bayern Munich 1-0.
The Match of the Day host made his pledge during a free-flowing first-half of football between the two Champions League giants, with just Karim Benzema’s goal separating the two side.
‘If this finishes 1-0 I’ll get my ears pinned back,’ tweeted the England legend.
Sort of misses the point about what a patron Saint is. As we are apparently a Christian country, run by a Christian party surely Gove should be livid so many people don't know enough about old Georgie boy.
I'm expecting a new GCSE in English bible studies or something to be issued forthwith.
I've had a few people ask if there was an update on this so thought id share. Unfortunately we won't be adopting her, third party interference has made it impossible and we've had no choice but to back off as much as it pains us. We still see her and she did come away with us last week but unfortunately nothing more can happen going forwards. We'd like to think we gave her the best Christmas ever and enjoys any time she does spend with us, it's just such a shame we can't take it further.
thanks again for all your well wishes at Christmas and thoughts since.
He's a 4-3-3 man, so you wonder where Rooney & Mata will fit in if he does go down that route. Van Persie has a good relationship so you would imagine he will be the main man up front.
He does play a fluid system though, so he might fit them all in but I can't see it. Will Rooney want to be on the bench or stuck out wide, you suspect not. He could be off in the summer should Van Gaal be appointed.
1-0 down after 13 minutes. Bit under the cosh at the moment.
Town U15s: Nicholas Hayes, Jacob Partridge, Graham Bryan, Flynn Downes, Luke Woolfenden, Tristan Nydam, Ross Meldrum, Ben Morris, Andre, Dozzell, Connor McKendry. Subs: Jake Mulryne, Tyler Hursey, Leighton Thomas, Joe Re, Charlie Brown.
Spurs U15s: Alfie Whiteman, Bradley Rudd, Nicholas Tsaroulla, George Marsh, Joy Richard Mukena, Jaden Brown, David Ajiboye, Dylan Duncan, Aramie Oteh, Kazaiah Sterling, Keanan Bennetts. Subs: Jack Roles Theodire Campbell, Nya Kirby, TJ Eyoma.
I think we all agree that we are perhaps not ready for the Premiership. Lets just say we go up now and have a disatrous start and MM is then unceremoniously sacked by late October.
Alternatively we go up in 12 months time fight for our lives , go down on the last day, retain MM and are strong in the championship the following season with the added benefit of parachute payments. We then Regain Prem status with a much more solid and robust infrastructure all round.