New Employee At BBC Accidentally Put “Manchester United Are Rubbish” On National TV In Hilarious Gaffe

Plenty of people can relate to making a mistake their first day on the job. It’s a common occurrence. Not many people can say that on their first day they insulted one of the country’s biggest sports fan bases by running a headline that was never meant to be seen. 

Someone did that on Tuesday when a BBC headline insulting Manchester United casually calling the club “rubbish” ran on live television.

Cigars, Broken Tables And Inspiring Speeches — No One Celebrates Like Zlatan

Zlatan Ibrahimović is pompous, egotistical and arrogant. He’s also mostly good-natured, but you don’t want to piss him off. When he’s happy though? No one celebrates like Zlatan.

Ibrahimović brought the Scudetto to AC Milan on Sunday, just as he promised after joining the club. It was the Rossoneri’s first league title since 2011, during Zlatan’s first stint with the club.

Pulisic Removes Chelsea From Instagram Bio — What Does It Mean?

Christian Pulisic might be done with Chelsea, at least if we go by his Instagram bio. Pulisic transfer rumors are spiking after the American winger seemed to hint he’s on his way out after removing Chelsea from his bio and profile pic.

Pulisic is the most popular USMNT player in the world thanks to his big-money move to Chelsea in 2019. But the native of Hershey, Pennsylvania, hasn’t received the playing time he or his fans would prefer.

Noel Gallagher Of Oasis Headbutted By Ruben Dias’ Father At Man City Game

As most Manchester City supporters revelled in another Premier League title on Sunday, one of their most famous fans Noel Gallagher was receiving stitches in his face after being accidentally head-butted by Ruben Dias's father.

The former Oasis rock star said he was "covered in blood" moments after Pep Guardiola's side fought back from 2-0 down against Aston Villa to win 3-2 at the Etihad Stadium in a dramatic final game of the season.

Mbappé Explains Why He Had To Stay In France, Shun Real Madrid

Kylian Mbappe said he was convinced last year was the right time to leave Paris St Germain and join Real Madrid but the France forward said the call of home led to him signing a contract extension with the Ligue 1 champions.

Amid Real's interest, Mbappe signed a contract extension with PSG last week that will keep the 23-year-old tied with the French club until 2025.

7 Stepovers And A Rabona — Mario Balotelli What Have You Done?!

Mario Balotelli went off on the final day of the Turkish Super Lig on Sunday. The Italian scored five goals, but it was the final Balotelli goal vs Goztepe that set the internet on fire.

Balotelli’s Adana Demirspor crushed relegated Goztepe 7-0 on Sunday in a match that meant little for either side. Demirspor was stuck in mid-table regardless of the outcome, and Goztepe had long since been relegated.

That didn’t stop the home side from putting on a show, especially Balotelli, who had a hat trick by halftime.

Olivier Giroud Leads AC Milan To First Scudetto In More Than A Decade

Olivier Giroud will never be considered an all-time great footballer, but the Frenchman wins wherever he goes. He added yet another trophy to his considerable mantle while scoring a brace on Sunday.

Giroud’s two goals helped AC Milan beat Sassuolo 3-0 on Sunday, rendering Inter Milan’s 3-0 win over Sampdoria moot. The Rossoneri edged the Nerazzurri for the Serie A crown 86 points to 84, claiming Milan’s first Scudetto since 2011. 

Jesse Marsch Eschews Ted Lasso Narrative, Saves Leeds From Relegation In Dramatic Fashion

When Jesse Marsch was hired to revitalize a struggling Leeds United earlier this year, the Ted Lasso comparisons were everywhere, British media members incapable of treating Marsch like his own man. Now, Leeds’ American coach can separate himself from the TV manager.

In his first season, Ted Lasso’s fictional AFC Richmond was relegated. In his first season, Jesse Marsch’s Leeds United survived. 

Forget Arlo White, You Need To Watch Andrés Cantor Call Man City’s Title-Winning Barrage

Manchester City saved its season in five minutes, 36 seconds. And Andrés Cantor showed why he’s one of the best announcers in the world. 

Just when it looked like the impossible might happen, that Liverpool might usurp Man City on the final day against all odds, Pep Guardiola’s men turned things around faster than you can say “what the hell just happened?!”

Tyler Adams And RB Leipzig Win First Major Trophy After Exhilarating DFB-Pokal Went To Penalties

RB Leipzig won its first major trophy since the club was founded 13 years ago on Saturday after defeating SC Freiburg 1-1 (4-2 on penalties). For the second year in a row an American player wins the DFB-Pokal with Tyler Adams collecting his first major trophy. Gio Reyna and Dortmund won last year.

Saturday’s DFB-Pokal has two polar opposite clubs competing for their first triumph in the tournament. For Freiburg this was the club’s first trip to the DFB-Pokal final in 118 years of existence. This was Leipzig’s third trip in the club’s 13 years of existence.