I’m not anti-American, but I do worry about the cost of supporting Bush.
David Beckham has been criticised for succumbing to the lure of the dollar, but his decision was perfectly justified. Judging by the state of his wife, he was struggling to put food on the table in Madrid.
I’m concerned that other stars may follow l Domino Qq Beckham’s controversial lead. FC Dallas play at ‘Pizza Hut Park’, the temptation may prove overwhelming for Wayne Rooney.
Before the Roonatic can commit himself either way, he must first concentrate on United’s trip to the Emirates. Arsenal dominated the match at Old Trafford; the 13/8 about a repeat is larger than a 16 inch pepperoni with extra cheese; or as it’s known in the Rooney household; ‘breakfast’.
If Arsenal v Man U is the main course, Liverpool v Chelsea is a pretty tasty appetiser. The only suitable label for such an extravaganza is the one I used when Peter Crouch claimed he’d score 20 goals this season; ‘the big four collide.’
The timing of this fixture could not have been better for the Reds. Everton may have paraded Sylvester Stallone in front of their supporters; but Liverpool fans will get to see two great thespians.
John Terry has been offered a deal worth £600,000 a month; that’s just peanuts to David Beckham; which coincidentally, is his wife’s favourite meal. Chelsea are a different team without their influential captain, I’m painting the town red at 15/8.
West Ham are beginning to feel the pressure. The once idle threat of relegation is now working out three times a week. The Hammers can take an invaluable point from St James’ at a fighting fit 5/2.
Nicky Butt was involved in a nasty altercation …