Scotsman.com's round-up of strange, funny and stupid football stories and videos from around the world. This week Blackpool rejoice in Preston's relegation, Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates winning Serie A with Milan by kicking team mate and fans fail in tribute to Rangers boss Walter Smith.
Scotsman.com's round-up of strange, funny and stupid football stories and videos from around the world. This week: Sammy the Tammy gets in trouble (again), a pitch invasion with a difference and Man Utd star is hounded off Twitter...
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Our weekly round-up of strange, funny and just plain daft football stories and videos on the web.
Our weekly round-up of the strangest, funniest and just plain daftest football stories and videos on the web.
Burst Baw weekly: Qatar's giant blimp plan, become a Brazilian and player knocked out while celebrating
QATAR WORLD CUP TO FEATURE GIANT FLOATING CLOUD
Burst Baw weekly: Balotelli beaten by bib, Ross County tactics and Fulham to unveil Michael Jackson statue
It seems the challenge of putting on a training bib before his side's Europa League clash against Dynamo Kiev was too much for Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli.
Wrexham could soon be the first team in Britain to be headed up by a transsexual, it emerged this week.
Burst Baw weekly: Our favourite managerial spats, Diouf's man bag, Ashley Cole turns virtual shooter and an owl kicker gets banned
While the media furore over Lennon v McCoist has spread beyond the realm of Scottish football and has even got London-based media pundits looking north (for once) with disapproval, it's not exactly the first time two managerial foes have come to blows.
Burst Baw weekly: 'Diouf grabbed my balls', newspaper erases player and could this be the worst free kick ever taken?
DIOUF IN BALL-HANDLING INCIDENT
Welcome to the Burst Baw weekly round-up - your one stop shop for all that nuts about the beautiful game.
Welcome to the first edition of Burst Baw's new football round-up where we'll will be bringing you the lighter side of the game on a weekly basis. It's very much a trial run-out so if it disappears after a few weeks you can safely assume that it bombed and we've returned to more industrious pursuits.
The bitter row over league reconstruction shows little sign of abating.
THE Sky Sports sexism row involving Richard Keys and Andy Gray has become the biggest microphone gaffe since Gordon Brown's "bigoted woman" comment during last year's election race - and Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish was in no mood to brush the matter under the carpet today.
Some have called it a pointless exercise, others have said it's a means of boosting our Fifa ranking, but few have actually taken a closer look at Scotland's opponents tonight: the Faroe Islands.
Hearts and Hibs turned the hegemony of Scottish football on its head - well for one night at least - by defeating both halves of the Old Firm.
As Rangers prepare for their Champions League clash in Valencia this evening, we delve into the history books for some items of trivia you might not know about Spain's third footballing force.
If poets write about 'fate', they usually precede it with the word 'cruel'. It's unlikely that English Championship football will ever be considered poetic, but if it did, the same rule applies.
GREAVES Sports has commissioned a cheeky limited edition shirt to celebrate Craig Levein's side taking on world champions Spain on Tuesday.
We may have had a ropy start to our European Championship qualifying campaign and possess an injury-ravaged squad but we also have the vocal ingenuity of the Tartan Army to draw upon. So ahead of Friday's encounter against the Czech Republic and Tuesday's against Spain we've put together a selection of our favourite anthems based on the national side's triumphs and glorious failures down the years. Let us know of any others you think should be added to the list.