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10 Things You Might Have Missed This Week – 21/02/20

Social media has changed how we view football; it’s no longer just the 90 minutes of action on the pitch. Nope, now we live, eat and breathe it. And with that much going on you can’t see it all, so here’s 10 things that you might have missed from the world of football this week, including Erling Haaland’s other career path and what’s really on Steve Bruce’s mind, 24/7.

One Thing On His Mind – Never seen a man so keen to talk about his breakfast. Got the feeling this would have been his reply to any question at all.

Cracking Up – Languishing in the bottom three of the Argentinian Superliga and heading for another loss; time for a pick me up, Maradona style. Clearly a set piece that the coaching staff have been working on on the training ground.

Dick Move – Yep, bit another man's penis. Even Suarez had the decency to stay above the waist. Went for the ball, got a ban, but avoided the sack.

Run Erling, Run! – En route to bagging his brace against PSG in the Champions League, Erling Braut Haaland covered 60 metres of the pitch in 6.64 seconds. That's some pace for a big man.

Hip Hop Haaland – So it may appear that Haaland has the world at his feet at the moment. But never forget that back in 2016, 15-year old Erling did this.

Hot Spurs – The Spurs stadium proving to be great for entertainment value, just not for the home fans.

Barca Baller – Martin Braithwaite sounds like a character from the Last of the Summer Wine. Turns out he plays like one too.

Burned – Look how happy Ole was as well. Thought that Phillipe Clement was his best mate and everything.

Babel On – The former Liverpool man turning shithouse levels to the max.

Murphy's Law – Stranger Things actor David Harbour gearing up for his next role in the Danny Murphy biopic. Spoiler: it will be an average film with an ending that no one really remembers.

And that's 10. Same again next week, yeah?

Daniel Jones

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