DangerHere: the week in guff

Ruthless Graeme Souness: "My ex-father was a Man City supporter."

DangerHere: the week in guff

Jeff Stelling broke news of latest SPL restructuring plan: “Celtic have been literally in a league of their own.”

Niall Quinn: “Their passing was crispy.”

Paul Merson paid tribute to Neil Adams: “You cut him open, he’s probably yellow.”

The one and only Gary Neville: “We’ve only seen three of these goals in 20 years — that’s what makes it unique.”

Manish Bhasin: “A day that was thought unthinkable.”

Rotherham manager Steve Evans hailed Joe Garner’s strike for Preston: “If there is a better goal in the play-offs this year, then I’ll wake up a chicken.”

Ian Rush: “Luis Suarez uses both sets of feet.”

PUTTING IT IN PERSPECTIVE

Gary Neville’s two daughters will have a nice time at school today: “It’s the greatest moment of your life. People will mention kids, but everyone has kids. Not everyone has a Premier League title.”

FAMILY TIES

There was another blow for kids when three youngsters joined Yaya Toure on the Etihad pitch, one of them a big lad:

Ed Chamberlin: “Are these talented footballers?”

Yaya: “No, definitely not, look at this guy… but I love them.”

DICTIONARY CORNER

Dominic Cork: “What kind of manager will he be — will he be a disciplatarianism?”

INSIGHT DEPARTMENT

Brian Little’s spying on team-talks again: “The one thing Norwich didn’t want was to go a goal behind in this game.”

PUNBELIEVABLE JEFF

Stelling still the man for Four Seasons: “Cardiff have not won at home to Chelsea since 1963, oh what a night.... that must have been.”

PAPER TALK

The Sun’s Shaun “Alanis” Custis writes about James Wilson’s Manchester United debut: “And how ironic that Giggs used to go by the name Wilson when he first joined United as a kid.”

RADIO RENTAL

Talksport caller hails City’s title run: “What I will say; the cream always comes out at the end.”

PARKING THE STAGECOACH

Quinny knocked Big Sam back another 100 years: “They were accused of playing 18th century football.”

PROPER CHARLIE

Charlie Nicholas dismissed Arsenal’s fourth-place finish: “I’m sorry. For me, I have higher standards than that.”

Arsenal’s finishes during Charlie’s time at Highbury: 6th, 7th, 7th, 4th.

BEST CLARIFICATION

Stan Collymore makes things crystal clear about his spell at Fulham: “I was there for a little while as a Cottager… that’s as a player.”

JUMPING THE GUN

Ben Shephard was excited ahead of Super Sunday: “What’s the atmosphere like there?” But Jamie Carragher wasn’t getting in the spirit of things: “It’s dead at the moment. There’s no-one in the ground.”

DIFFERENT BALL GAMES

Des Cahill: ‘Tom Court will miss Ulster’s next two games as a result of a two-match ban.” ’

THE SEASON IN GUFF — Top 10

Jamie Redknapp on Luis Suarez: “He will improve and he will get better.”

Phil Brown: “If you close your eyes, you couldn’t tell the difference between the two sides.”

John Keith: “The half-time whistle came right on the stroke of half time.”

Bobby Gould: “I was born and bred in Coventry. I played for the club as well, so that’s where

my liaisons lie.”

Martin Keown: “It’s very important to win the must-win games.”

Andy Gray: “Three words... Yaya Toure.”

Don Goodman: “It was a naive, cynical penalty.”

Neil Lennon: “It goes in like an exorcist.”

Mick Martin: “You’d have put your kitchen sink on Hernandez to score there.”

Bryan Swanson: “There was total silence from Old Trafford, which means the alarm bells were ringing.”

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