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Vuvuzela blamed for BP Oil Leak

BP Chief Executive Tony Hayward has sensationally blamed a Vuvuzela for the Gulf Of Mexico disaster. The claim comes after John Terry was cleared of any involvement just hours before.

written by JackLenny, 24 June 2010

Facebook make changes to Relationship Status

Facebook is to replace the relationship status 'Single' with the phrase 'Ridin Solo' in August.

written by JackLenny, 24 June 2010

England try new formation

England are to adopt the 'Flying V' formation against Slovenia this afternoon. The above mentioned formation was last used in the Mighty Ducks Ice Hockey clash against the Hawks in 1994.

written by JackLenny, 23 June 2010

England make request to FIFA

England have put forward a request to FIFA asking if they can play the game against Slovenia on Xbox Live as Capello's men feel they will have more of a chance of success in South Africa this way.

written by JackLenny, 22 June 2010

Rooney seeks advice from Fergie

England striker Wayne Rooney has been receiving late night phone calls from The Dutchess of York, Sarah Ferguson in a bid to improve his performance on the pitch and financial situation.

written by JackLenny, 22 June 2010

Anelka told to walk home to France

In South Africa today, the media are reporting that Nicolas Anelka is walking home to France. Reports suggest he is currently somewhere near Walvis Bay, Nigeria.

written by JackLenny, 21 June 2010

Wayne Bridge pumps Terry's wife

Wayne Bridge finally pumps John Terry's wife, while the former skipper is on duty with England in South Africa a report suggests

written by JackLenny, 18 June 2010

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