Now that headline may not entirely be true, as a Manchester United fan I know it’ll be seen as bias, but upon watching the video below (sorry for the quality) you do feel like all those years playing in one of the best sides in the world has served Gary well on his transition to Tv pundit. The question though would be is Neville right in his summing up of what has become quite the epidemic if not in the past then most definitely this season, is diving wrong?

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The phrase “Group of Death” is thrown about at every cup drawn in which groups play a part and if the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations was to nominate one this would be it. Niger are by far the weakest team in this group but Morocco, Gabon and Tunisia all have a chance if they play to their strengths lets take a look at each of them….

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Realistically, yet again, there is quite clearly one far superior team in Group B, the Ivory Coast. How the rest of the results will could go will make for quite the interesting story, everything is all to play for with Angola being marginally better than Sudan and Burkina Faso. Let’s take a look at what to expect from these teams…

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If you were fortunate and managed to miss the ridiculously boring suck-fest that was the Ballon d’Or Awards, why do we need a big drawn out ceremony/dinner to tell wee Lionel Messi he is indeed still untouchable in relation to his fellow professionals? Then you did miss this lovely gem…
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In light of recent events involving the banning and fining of Liverpool’s Luis Suarez after comments made toward Patrice Evra, and the controversial use of the word colour by Scotland’s very own Alan “Banter” Hansen, it was just a matter of time before someone else made the mistake of thinking they could get away with not engaging their brain before speaking, or in this case tweeting…
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