It’s the first day of June which can only mean a summer of silly antics is on its way.
Of course after the season we’ve had that may not sound any different from the norm.
It’s time for clubs to dust off their transfer warchests, get ready to snatch and swoop for people as well as hijacking other club’s moves.
Across the globe there’s a sing-song from Spain as well as some harmless mischief from Mario Balotelli.
The English Premier League club want the Celtic boss to be their next manager. (The Scottish Sun)
The American midfielder says he hopes Green can turn things around at Ibrox (The Scottish Sun).
Billy Stark hasn’t given up hope of winning their final two matches and making Euro 2013.
The Coventry man is willing to sacrifice £200,000 to ensure that he gets a move back to Easter Road (The Scottish Sun)
It is a well-worn joke but Football Talk hopes this player will be ‘incredible’ in the Premier League. (The Guardian)
Spain’s Euro 2012 song: 'Never two without three'
Football Talk spent many a day and night dancing to Shakira's 'Waka Waka' back in 2010, could this be the best Euro 2012 song? (101greatgoals.com)
Thiago Motta vs Balotelli in slapping game
Ask footballers to stay still for a quick photo and you know they will get up to something (101greatgoals.com)
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