We'll try and get through this without an easy joke. Ross County will take to the SPL in the Global Energy Stadium, and all power to them.
Meanwhile, Actual Football returned and we kind of wish it hadn't, as St Johnstone were beaten by Eskisehirspor. No Turkish delight there, then. Nyaaaaaa!
Okay, okay, back on track. Remember Mervan Celik? Well he's off to Italy. Aberdeen have taken Gary Naysmith on trial, James McFadden is waiting for the right move and Scott Brown wants Champions League football.
Meanwhile in the Yoo Ess of Eh, Barry Robson went head-to-head with David Beckham and proved you can Bend it like Barry, or at least heed it.
Oh, and we've got arguably the worst kit of all time. Even worse than this effort from Greenock Morton.
And to answer your question, yes, there are videos. As if you have to ask.
Steve Lomas' hopes of progression in the Europa League will be left back in Scotland after defeat to the Turkish team with the unpronounceable name.
Speaking of left-back in Scotland... the 46-time capped international will be with the Dons in Germany.
The Dingwall side have got the power. The power to call their ground what they want.
The forward has said he will bide his time and wait for 'the one'. Won't we all, James. Won't we all.
The Celtic captain hopes to lead his team to the latter stages of the Big One.
After the Sweden captain's move to the French capital, what does this mean for Ligue 1, PSG and financial fair play? (SI)
And good god it is ugly.
Not to be outdone, the Spanish Olympic kit isn't exactly easy on the eye either.
Point Break, Serie A style. Yeah, it doesn't need much more than that...
Joffre Guerron's goal against Qingdao Jonoon (101GREATGOALS.COM)
Barry Robson scores his first goal in the MLS
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