This story contains thirty-four words and is written to accompany this photograph, snapped in Piccadilly Gardens on Saturday by a news-hound so eager for the scoop they were nearly knocked down by a bus.
We are known throughout the country that we (FC St Pauli) are against nazis. Lets be clear. When someone comes out with nazi sayings, it must be made clear to him, that his actions could have a negative impact on his health… — Sven, St Pauli official
I was half way up the Holte End and heading towards the exit tunnel when a mate grabbed my arm and pulled me back a couple of steps, sending me off balance. “You’re not fucking going” said the lad stopping me from mardy arsing may way into the Birmingham night.
Football-wise, supporter owned FC United of Manchester continue to lead the way in demonstrating that football has the power to reach out beyond the pitch and change people’s lives whether it’s unemployed youngsters, kids struggling at school, elderly people living on their own or destitute asylum seekers.
Following the news that the Tulisa Contostavlos trial collapsed after the judge said he had ‘strong grounds to believe’ Sun reporter Mazher Mahmood lied at the hearing, we thought it worth looking back on this ace piece from our site a while back…