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Jaahas, toivottavasti muistavat kuitenkin olla käyttämättä tuota Poolia vastaan :mrgreen:

 

Benni McCarthy has been teaching Spanish to Blackburn strike partner Jason Roberts so they can baffle opposition defenders. (Daily Star)

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Sellasta sit tällä kertaa :mrgreen:

 

Shefki Kuqi's move from Blackburn to Crystal Palace nearly fell through after his registration forms were accidentally faxed through to a chip shop rather than the Football League, as the numbers were similar (People).

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Tuon kyseisen hihhulin touhuiluja jossain koosteessa näytettiinkin :D

 

Blackburn Rovers' cupid streaker dumped by girlfriend

 

A STREAKER who ran across the Ewood Park pitch dressed as cupid has been dumped by the girlfriend he was trying to impress.

 

James Miller, a 20-year-old soldier, also told how the prank grew out of a dare he made on social networking website Facebook.

 

But the incident could have serious repercussions for Mr Miller, of Accrington.

He has been charged under the Football Disorder and Offences Act and is due to appear at Blackburn magistrates at the end of the month.

 

If convicted, he could be discharged from his job as a craftsman in the Light Dragoons regiment.

 

Mr Miller ran onto the pitch during Blackburn Rovers FA Cup clash against Coventry on Valentine’s Day.

 

He was dressed in shorts that left little to the imagination, and was armed with a bow, arrow and red roses.

 

Mr Miller said he was hoping his girlfriend of one year would be impressed by the prank.

 

But the next day he said Jade Thompson, 19, of Darwen, dumped him.

After some persuasion, Mr Miller, who said he was “not much of a football fan”, agreed to put details of the dare on Facebook.

 

He set up an online group called: ‘If 1,000 people join this group I’ll invade the Rovers pitch donning my mankini’.

 

It contained a pledge to invade the pitch at the next game after enough people had joined.

 

Mr Miller said: “Within about two days, 1,400 had joined and were telling me they had bought tickets especially to see me.

 

“I had to go through with it. If I hadn’t I would have been a laughing stock.

 

“I thought there might be some police interest but I didn’t think anyone else would care.

 

“I hadn’t thought I would do the dare so soon. I thought it would take longer to get to 1,000 and I wasn’t planning on doing it at an FA cup match.

 

"I sold my £140 stereo on the day. I’d only had it a month - but sold it for £25 because I had no money to buy roses.”

 

Mr Miller said he was doing the prank for his girlfriend, adding: “The next day she broke up with me for ignoring her, but I was with the police for hours afterwards.

 

“I didn’t know what to do when I got on the pitch, because nobody chased me like I expected.

 

“Then St. John Ambulance came after me and I was just firing roses everywhere, trying to dodge them.”

 

Mr Miller has been dubbed ‘Stupid Cupid’ by Coventry fans who blamed him for Rovers’ late equaliser to make the tie two-all.

 

Chris Samba scored the leveller during the five minutes of injury time added on because of Mr Miller’s pitch invasion.

 

Mr Miller said Coventry supporters had since been abusing him through Facebook.

 

He said: “They have said I should get my head chopped off and that I’m a dead man. I don’t care.

 

"In fact I was toying with the idea of turning up at one of their other matches.”

 

Ms Thompson, of Darwen, said the prank had nothing to do with her decision to end their relationship the next day.

 

The fashion and textiles student, who has changed her Facebook relationship status to “It’s complicated”, said: “It had nothing to do with that.

 

"He must think it’s funny.

 

“It was just general relationship stuff. I broke up with him for other reasons. I can’t believe him.”

 

Captain Thomas Robinson, the Light Dragoons' Regimental Adjutant, said: "Until a soldier is found guilty in a civilian court, it remains a civilian matter.

 

"However, anyone who falls short of the army's standards and is considered to have brought the army into disrepute will be dealt with within the army up to and including discharge.

 

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Onkohan Yuri Zhirkov saanut auringonpistoksen tätä haastatteluaan antaessaan... :D

 

Russian Rover! Yuri Zhirkov stuns Chelsea team-mates by revealing he's a Blackburn fan

By Ashley Gray

Last updated at 10:47 AM on 07th July 2009

 

Yuri Zhirkov grew up marvelling at the wonders Barcelona and AC Milan - naming the two European giants as his joint favourite clubs.

 

So you might expect his English club to share the same commitment to sexy football.

 

'You probably won't believe it, but I once cheered on Blackburn,' said Chelsea new boy Zhirkov, who passed a three-hour medical on Monday and today trained with his new team-mates for the first time.

...

 

...tuolla koko juttu...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1198018/Russian-Rover-Yuri-Zhirkov-stuns-Chelsea-team-mates-revealing-hes-Blackburn-fan.html?ITO=1490

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Anagrammeja...

 

Roversin pelaajia :smile:

Burp In Alonso

Better Mentor

Master Archbishop

Given Recall

Reinvested

I'd A Nun Dvd

Rangers Tempted Me Son

Catch my Recent Bid

 

 

Tuolta löytyy muidenkin joukkueiden vastaavia myös ”vastauksineen” :D joitain varsin nerokkaita tahi hauskoja .. myös muilta taiteenalueilta..

http://www.anagramia.co.uk/sport/football.htm

 

Pari Arsenalin..

Sickroom Stay - Thomas Rosicky

Cygan's AA Bra - Bacary Sagna

 

Pari Newcastlen..

Dead Muffin - Damien Duff

Frigid Fanny - Andy Griffin

 

Pari Newcastlen

Let penis harden – Stephen Ireland

Bi-honor - Robinho

 

Pari Evertonin

A veteran penis – Steven Pienaar

Go in the lesbian – Leighton Baines

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Kaikkea ne :D

 

Rovers the real Premier League champions

442 Staff - Yesterday, 17:37

 

Blackburn Rovers get fans more excited than any other team in the Barclays Premier League, according to a new scientific study commissioned by fans’ favourite chewing gum, Wrigley’s Extra®.

 

The study – released to celebrate the thrills, spills and tensions of the beautiful game – proves that it is not necessarily the teams battling for the title or relegation that are the most exciting or nerve-wracking to watch.

 

Wrigley’s Extra® worked with scientists to test the heart rate and cortisol levels (the higher the cortisol level the higher the level of tension) of a group of ‘football mad’ fans to see how excited they get when watching different teams.

 

Fans from each of the 20 Barclays Premier League clubs were tested at four matches throughout the season. Each team was awarded points per game based on their fans’ heart rate and cortisol levels before, during and after the match.

 

With the table-topping score of 189 points in the Extra Excitement League, Rovers even beat Barclays Premier League champions Manchester United who finished in third place with 187 points.

 

Other teams that were considerably better at exciting fans than winning games included Wigan Athletic, Bolton Wanderers and West Bromwich Albion.

 

The Extra Excitement League showed how Newcastle’s Toon army reacted to their team’s fight to stay in the top flight - despite seeing their team relegated on the final day of the season, fans managed to keep their cool throughout the game.

 

 

Extra Excitement League Table 08/09

 

1 Blackburn Rovers 189

2 Arsenal 188

3 Manchester United 187

4 Wigan Athletic 186

5 Bolton Wanderers 185

6 Liverpool 185

7 West Bromwich Albion 183

8 Chelsea 180

9 Manchester City 178

10 Stoke City 177

11 Aston Villa 176

12 Portsmouth 174

13 Tottenham Hotspur 174

14 West Ham United 173

15 Middlesbrough 171

16 Hull City 168

17 Fulham 168

18 Everton 167

19 Sunderland 161

20 Newcastle United 157

 

http://fourfourtwo.com/news/england/34914/default.aspx

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No ei helvetti :wallbang:

 

Blackburn's controversial striker El Hadji Diouf could afford to see the funny side recently when he escaped a parking ticket because the traffic warden's hand-held computer was not working.

 

Diouf had parked his frankly hideous £80,000 golden Cadillac Escalade in a loading zone, which should have resulted in a £70 fine. But he can be seen laughing and joking with a friend after he got off scot-free.

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oF6fHBrQ5c&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - Diouf's parking ticket escape[/ame]

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Jos joku sattui kahtelemaan aiemmin tällä viikolla pelatun Blackburn-Sunderland matsin, niin huomasi todennäköisesti tämän seuraavan tilanteen suht loppupuolella peliä.. joten tuossapa mitä heput keskenään sanailivat ensin äkäisen näköisenä ja sittemmin muikeasti hymyillen..

 

Stig: What did Big Sam say to you in the final minutes?

 

Morten: He he, he said: “what the fuck you running for to take the trow in, we’re only ten men” and I said relaxe, I only need something to drink.. he he

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As anyone who's witnessed Kevin Keegan's 1970s Brut commercial can testify, footballers have been involved in some mighty strange advertising campaigns over the years.

 

However, Norway internationals Morten Gamst Pedersen and John Arne Riise may just have taken the bizarre biscuit here, with this performance as a pair of fruit-obsessed auto-tuned rap stars...

 

Have a look...

 

[video=youtube;Ht-dHsGg1M0]http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ht-dHsGg1M0

 

 

Jostain ihmeen syystä tämä seuraava pätkä löytyy MGP:n blogista :D

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