Football Talk: Topless pic everyone’s talking about, SAF’s Celtic hairdryer

Sir Alex Ferguson at Parkhead.
Sir Alex prepares the hairdryer for Rooney.SNS Group

Football is the beautiful game for a reason.

We at Football Talk towers like to give the public what they want. This morning everyone is talking about topless pictures so voila. Don’t say we’re not good to you.

Wayne Rooney, now no stranger to hair products, has revealed Sir Alex Ferguson got his notorious and extremely durable hairdryer out at Celtic Park six years ago after a Champions League defeat.

Leigh Griffiths, fond of purple hair straighteners, has been named as the SPL’s Player of the Month for August.

One man who must spend ages dealing with his doo is Brazilian wonder kid Neymar.

In keeping with his general fortune in life, Blackburn boss Steve Kean has no hair but that doesn’t stop him having a pop at Craig Levein.

Having worked with Jordan Rhodes for a few days and played one match with him, Ewood Park chief Kean has told the Scotland boss he should have given the 22-year-old more game time.

Someone is currently holding Gary Caldwell back like this.


Leigh Griffiths named as Scottish Premier League Player of the Month

The Hibernian forward has been named as the Clydesdale Bank player of the month for August.

Wayne Rooney admits Celtic defeat ended with 'worst hairdryer' moment from Sir Alex

The striker recalled the evening in Glasgow’s East End six years ago when his team lost 1-0 to Gordon Strachan’s men in the Champions League (Daily Record).

Even Kean’s having a go at Levein...

You know things aren’t great when the Blackburn boss feels he can have a go at you (Scottish Sun)

St Johnstone cancel training as seven players come down with virus

The Saints squad won’t be feeling too hot this morning.


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Lovely Left Foot take a look at the Blackpool winger's progress.


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