The sporting week was dominated by the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson. Here he is pre the 26 years at MUCFC. At St Mirren actually.
What’s he doing? Off to the lawyers of course; complaining about something or other.
He eventually grew into that coat.
And here he is now; training his successor in the dark arts of Fergie Time.
Remember Virat Kohli? He who took an unlikely test win in India away from New Zealand in September of last year while maintaining his bat-twirling, impeccable hair good looks perfect throughout.
Well here he is during the week dropping South Africa’s David Miller in the IPL who was on 41 off 21 at the time. He scored 60 off his next 17 balls.
The Highlanders won the World Cup last weekend. Or something.
Here’s Brad Thorn of the Broncos, Tasman, Queensland, Kangaroos, All Blacks, Leinster, Crusaders, Fukuoka Sanix Blues, and Canterbury leading the Dunedin locals in reminding them what a local loyal hero he is.
It all looks a bit political; don’t you think?
On the other side of the emotional spectrum you have to feel sorry for Wolves who have just done the double-drop.
Former Italian PM Giulio Andreotti passed away during the week. So there was the minute’s silence routine. Only thing is his past was a bit … questionable. Judges going missing for example.
So this is how you do a protest. Torino v. Genoa. That’s the home fans
This week’s Basin Reserve pic doesn’t actually include the mourning Paradise Duck. Which is strange looking at the state of the place on Monday, where it came close to its pre-1855 earthquake state