Monday, 2 May 2011


In bone-chilling news, Emilio Izzag... Izzaguir.... Izaguirre, Celtic's Honduran left back, has won the player's player of the year award in Scotland, which isn't as good as winning most handsome man in scotland, like I did.

The 24-year-old Honduras international has had a fine first season in the Scottish Premier League.
And he held off the challenge of team-mate Gary Hooper, Rangers' Steven Naismith and Kilmarnock's Alexei Eremenko in the PFA Scotland awards.
Izaguirre joined Celtic in August on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee from Motagua in his homeland.
His performances in Scotland have attracted interest from top clubs in England.
And Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby said: "Emilio has probably been the signing of the season and it's brilliant for him to win."
Mjallby also went on to say that Izaguirre will be the best left back in the world one day and after strutting his stuff in Scotland who can doubt him?  When you have to defend and attack against such predators as Darren Mackie, Derek Riordan and whoever the fuck plays for St Mirren, if you don't look like one of the best players on the planet then it's time to either realise your dreams are being murdered game by game or just think about what career you are going to have after football instead.  Will you be a manager, a coach or a football pundit?  Or as in most of Hamilton Academical's squad, a builder or drug dealer.  Bobby Petta used to play for Celtic and now he's a fitness instructor.  I promise I'm not lying when I say that his company tagline is "Get betta with Petta".  Look it up, go on.