One of the reasons I never succeeded at sports, besides having no discernible talent, was my affinity for anything that smelled and tasted delicious. That hasn’t changed much, if at all, but fortunately, my job doesn’t require me to be in tip-top physical condition. So, while I wait for my breakfast brownies to finish cooling, how about we catch up on what we missed on Tuesday?
History Channel viewers will see then-Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish open up about the events and the aftermath of the Hillsborough disaster in an documentary that airs on the 20th anniversary of the tragedy.
Good news for some, bad news for others. David Beckham is staying at AC Milan to finish out the current season, and then he’s going back to the L.A. Galaxy to finish the 2009 season, after which he’ll be making a permanent move to Milan. I’d love to see how many Frequent Flyer miles he has.
I know there are going to be some hurt feelings about Beckham ditching MLS after only a few seasons, but how serious are the financial implications of his early exit?
There’s still no certainty about Euro 2012, but we’ll know soon who’s going to be hosting Euro 2016. There are certainly some excellent options.
Should clubs whose fans hurl racist abuse at matches be docked points? Sol Campbell, who has been on the receiving end of such abuse, thinks so.
One diehard Manchester United fan couldn’t make it to Wembley to see United in the Carling Cup final, so what did he do? He brought the stadium experience into his home, naturally.
Messi and Maradona to Manchester? Another one of City’s pipe dreams, or could it be a reality?
Feel free to insert something about Iker Casillas’ ability to deal with rebounds well.