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Blog - The Toe Poke

Ball boy hit in the face by ball in Norway

Being a ball boy can be quite fun. You get up close to your favourite team; you get to feel like part of the action. But sometimes, you can get too close to it.

In Norway last weekend, Start's 3-1 victory over Tromso saw Gjermund Asen cut inside and shoot. His effort missed the goal, but smacked a poor unsuspecting ball boy right in the face. Hopefully he's fine now, but it just goes to show you that you always have to keep your eye on the ball.

 By Chris Wright

Leicester players ate ostrich burgers at training ground after Pearson insult

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson launches a bizarre rant at a reporter following Leicester's 3-1 defeat by Chelsea.

With the Internet having its usual fun with Nigel Pearson's strange news conference quips about ostriches over the course of the week, it appears that the banter has been equally strong inside the Leicester City camp too.

Pearson hit the headlines midweek after he likened journalist Ian Baker to an ostrich having its head in the sand for asking a relatively straightforward and pertinent question.

 By Chris Wright

Former Arsenal player Frimpong celebrates big win on Mayweather

Like many people, former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong made Saturday night's stellar boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao all that more interesting by having a bet.

Frimpong, currently of Russian side FC Ufa, slapped a considerable £50,000 on Mayweather to win, freely admitting on Twitter that he was gambling with his pension money.

This being Frimpong we're talking about, it should come as no surprise to anybody that the 23-year-old live-tweeted the whole thing, running...

 By Chris Wright

Royal baby's support sought by PSG after princess is born

In non-football news that was near-impossible to avoid, the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a girl on Saturday.

And the clamour to be the royal baby's club of choice has already begun, with Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain doing their best to get the princess' backing.

PSG presented the #RoyalBaby with her very own mini-kit on a red plush cushion.

The club tweeted: "Welcome your highness, instead of the London teams, pick the one that will rule your era."