In FIFA.com’s weekly look at the top quips from around world football, Brechin City's goalkeeper turns up at the wrong ground, Gerard Pique expresses his distaste for British cuisine, Arsenal’s manager discusses bargain hunting and much more.
J im McInally is telling me all about ‚ÄúPizzagate‚ÄĚ and it‚Äôs a cracking tale. No, not Man U v Arsenal, 2004, and the battle of the buffet which left Sir Alex Ferguson with dollops of melted cheese dripping from his expensive suit ‚Äď this was Peterhead vs Cowdenbeath last Saturday.
Kilmarnock boss Gary Locke has backed fit-again striker Dale Carrick to shine for the Ayrshire club.
Albion Rovers move up to third in Scottish League One with victory over Cowdenbeath, who remain third bottom.
‚ÄĘ Goalkeeper went to away ground when match was at home ‚ÄĘ ‚ÄėIncredibly, this is not the first time it‚Äôs happened to me‚Äô The Brechin City goalkeeper Graeme Smith has admitted Saturday‚Äôs gaffe when he turned up at the wrong stadium for his side‚Äôs meeting with Stenhousemuir was not the fir
Brechin goalkeeper Graeme Smith admits he 'has taken stick from his team-mates' after turning up at the wrong ground... for the second time in his career.
Ayr United may have to concede defeat to Court of the Lord Lyon over the use of their club badge but they made it 14 games without defeat by seeing off ‚Ä® Airdrie 3-0 at Somerset Park on Saturday.
SCOTT BROWN tells Celtic team-mates that they owe manager Ronny Deila a good performance against Ajax; Rangers target Josh Windass, son of former Aberdeen star Dean; Brechin goalkeeper Graeme Smith turns up at the wrong groun for a match, plus all the rest of today‚Äôs football news and gossip