The sky, the mountain, and bathtime at the fountain.
A collection from the days of old… . . . . “Around the World in Eighty Days” . . . . Homey don’t play dat! (Damon Wayons on In Living Color)
These aren’t quite as classic as part one, but still worth a look: . . David Beckham is sent off for the 2nd time in his international career (October 2005) . . Gary and Phil Neville (left); Rio and Anton Ferdinand (right). . . Happier times: Van Nistlerooy and Ferguson (left); Saha, along with … More Frozen in time (part 2)
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Something I love about pictures is how the amazing moments can be captured – time frozen, the moment preserved, all in the image that was taken at exactly the right split-second. Here’s some of the best examples I’ve collected: . . Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scores the goal that wins United the Champions League. . . … More Frozen in time (part 1)
With the World Cup over, I thought it’d be good to remind you not of today’s stars, but those from previous years. First up is one of my all-time favourites, Andrei Kanchelskis. One of the reasons I liked United so much back then was their play from the wings, with Giggs and Kanchelskis being the … More Heroes of yester-year