Thursday, November 27, 2008

Thursday Backpasses: Pop and lock

Fact: Thanksgiving is less fun when bouncing back from food poisoning.

The Beckhams spent Thanksgiving with the Cruises [Daily Mail]
A look at the challenges to the 6+5 rule implementation [NY Times]
SFA looks to the Bush administration on how to run things [Telegraph]
Peruvian clubs are the first to feel the backlash of FIFA's banishment [Reuters]

And, finally:
Teen offers Giggs breakdancing lessons for when the hairy-chested one scores [The Sun]

6 comments:

jjf3 said...

Late to the show tonight, but a hearty thanks to the full UF crew for this site's existence...class is permanent...

Joe

Andrew said...

I am thankful for UF.

The 6+5 rule smacks of xenophobia and seeks to curb the relentless drive of the market. Discuss.

Andrew said...

A point-counterpoint on the implementation of 6+5 is so necessary.

jjf3 said...

What, no FA Cup live blog?

Love watching semi-pro minnows cupset higher level teams...thank you to the Brentford keeper for making it possible in today's game...

Andrew said...

"The slog sweep, which saw him smash consecutive sixes off the spinner to bring up his half-century, was his downfall with Symonds catching him at deep mid-wicket."

I got this from the Barrow-Brentford post-match round-up. (Hyphen, anyone?) DATS NAWT SACKAH.

In fact, I don't know what the hell it is.

jjf3 said...

Maybe coverage from the Blue Square Croquet League?