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Tottenham star Gareth Bale attempted to trademark his goal celebration, in which he makes a heart shape with his hands.
Celtic forward Anthony Stokes was ejected from a club for allegedly punching an Elvis impersonator.
A charity match between teams of amputees representing Belgium and the Netherlands devolved into a brawl among spectators and players—some wielding crutches. "Other than [the fight], things went well," said one Belgian player.
Speaking at a meeting on the island, FIFA president Sepp Blatter—who once suggested that women should wear skimpier uniforms—described Moya Dodd, who was up for the first permanent female position on the FIFA executive committee, as "a good candidate and a good-looking candidate." (Dodd won the position.)
At a press conference following a game against Jordan, national team coach Holger Osieck—referring to a female team official—said that "women should shut up in public." (He later apologized, saying he meant it as a joke.)