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Week number 2 brought up a lot of talking points, some of which we got through in our Podcast, some of which we didn’t, here we have a look through some of the things we missed. We begin this weeks round up in Germany…

Hamburg have had a rough couple of seasons in the Bundesliga. Two seasons in a row they’ve been involved in a relegation playoff which they won to keep hold of their top division status in Germany. Some people might put that down to luck and they may be right, recent footage has been released of where they might be getting this luck from…

Unfortunately for Hamburg the luck of the Chimney Sweep couldn’t prevent them from losing 5-0 to Bayern in their season opener. Adnan…something or other scored Man Utd’s winning goal on Friday night…How do you pronounce that?

There are apparently many different ways to pronounce Manchester United’s Champions League opponents Club Brugge. Most people, including anyone who has seen the movie In Brugges, would go for the simple clean uncomplicated pronunciation. However Louis Van Gaal is not most people, his effort is a little more violent…

His pronunciation reminded us of this scene in Young Frankenstein. All his press conference was missing was some horses…

We are about to post an incredibly cringeworthy video. Here is a video of Alan Partridge showing you around his beautiful Doha home. Honestly this is not a comedic video, this man lives on another planet and is completely unaware of how ridiculous he is…

Mesut Ozil had a good weekend, half of the We’ve Got No Fans team is still unconvinced by him. What can’t be argued is that he is an incredibly talented player, sometimes he does things like this and even the opposing fans can’t contain their admiration and makes us question our opinion of him…

Then..he does something like this…and all of a sudden we’re right back where we started. What was it Roy Keane said about Arsenal players again?

And the award for the most obvious headline of the weekend goes to the BBC

Puma football are launching a new pair of football boots inspired by Mario Balotelli featuring his distinctive hairdo. Apparently they make you play like Balotelli too, lazy, temperamental, substitute. He’s not using his own at the minute maybe they are his actual boots…

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