The start of a new week usually means our attentions are turned away from the frivolous and back to the serious, and if you were occupied with work (or pretending to work) on Monday, allow me to catch you up on what you may have missed around the vast interweb.
An Arsenal fan in favor of the 6+5 rule? Sounds like the work of fiction, but at least one actually does exist.
Manchester United have gotten the best FA Cup semifinal draw possible (unless Hull City beat Arsenal, that is) by getting Everton.
Some tricky ties away Manchester United, Arsenal, and Chelsea, but the percentages are in favor of all three to move on to the Champions League quarters, while Liverpool are sitting pretty after their away win in Madrid.
If you plan on watching this week’s Champions League action from a local pub, but you have no idea what brew to choose, here’s a nice little guide to help you make the right choice.
Get a little choked up or excited seeing the man do what he does best again? You’re not alone.
There have been some unbelievable cards dished out over the years, both rightly and wrongly. Narrowing down the list to 15 isn’t easy, but Neil Jones does it.
Coming up with a fake player can sometimes wind up as the stuff of legends. And sometimes, well, 15 minutes ends up being more like 15 seconds.
The Republik of Mancunia’s monthly competition is back for March, and after a Denis Law t-shirt was up for grabs last month, this month’s prize also commemorates a United legend from the 60s.
And because this will never, ever get old, here’s everyone’s favorite drunken Athletic Bilbao fan air-sexing a TV reporter.