After an infinite hiatus (or some 22 million seconds), I’m back with a long overdue post. Where have I been the past 6240 hours?
FIFA ended a tumultous week with Sepp Blatter retaining his power at the head for the next four years, albeit with their reputation dragged through the mud and confirming what we already knew before – that hidden behind the echelons lie a more devious web of money & power that flows throughout the organization.
As Blackpool suffered the ignominy of relegation after defeat to Manchester United on Sunday, they will be sorely missed not only for their attacking football, but also their manager Ian Holloway as he gave us much entertainment fodder not last seen in the Premier League since José Mourinho.
Ryan Giggs has nowhere to hide, now that his name has been brought up in Parliament as the footballer who applied for a super injunction against newspapers publishing his name as the footballer having an affair with Imogen Thomas.
Ryan Giggs has suffered the effects of the phenomenon known as the Streisand effect after requesting a High Court order asking Twitter to reveal details of users who had revealed his identity as the footballer who had an affair with Imogen Thomas.