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Blog - The Toe Poke

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United ace Wayne Rooney goes swimming with a pig

After another long old slog of a season, Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney toddled off on a family holiday to the West Indies for a spot of well-deserved rest and relaxation.

Rooney and his brood happened across one of the stranger phenomenons the Bahamas have to offer after taking a dip in the azure waters just off the shore of the appropriately named "Pig Island".

The United man posted the following holiday snap on Instagram along with the caption: "Didn't expect to see pigs in the sea in...

 By Chris Wright

MC El-Eulma the unlucky losers in incredible Algerian league finale

You may remember we highlighted the Algerian Championnat Premier Division and just how bafflingly tight the league was with just four games left to play.

Indeed, the 16-team table was so condensed that with 12 points still up for grabs, bottom side NA Hussein Dey still had a mathematical chance of winning the league and top side ES Setif were still in theoretical danger of being relegated!

Just as we predicted, the final day of the season proved to be a whole load of fun, with MC El-Eulma (who were...

 By Chris Wright

Spurs' Harry Kane won't be getting a tattoo; mobbed in Australia

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has hailed striker Harry Kane's 'fantastic season' after his match winning display in their postseason friendly with Sydney FC.

You could forgive Harry Kane for getting a little carried away after the breakthrough season he's just had up front for Tottenham Hotspur.

From finishing the year with 21 Premier League goals to his name, to scoring on his England debut, to being mobbed by legions of fans in the streets of Australia; the Tottenham striker has been riding on the crest of a wave for the past eight or nine months, not that it's going to his head.

"I accept my lifestyle will change a bit, but I still want to remain the...

 By Chris Wright

Zenit pose for brilliant '19th century' team photo

Having wrapped up their fourth Russian Premier League title last weekend with two games to spare, Zenit St. Petersburg decided to capture the moment with a celebratory team photo.

However, we're not talking your run of the mill "couple of benches lined up on the pitch" shot here, oh no.

In fact, Zenit instead decided to dress up in an array of 19th century Russian military uniforms, with coach Andre Villas-Boas plonked front and centre with little Andrey Arshavin peering over his shoulder.

Social media reaction to Sepp Blatter's re-election as FIFA president

Newly elected Sepp Blatter addresses the FIFA congress after winning his fifth term as president.

The latest FIFA congress is in the books and -- surprise! -- Sepp Blatter has been re-elected as the supreme overlord of world football, or FIFA president if you will.

Upon the confirmation of a fifth term for Blatter, reaction from the social media world started flooding in. Here are a few of note.

Retired footballer Luis Figo, who initially ran for FIFA president only to withdraw weeks before the election, posted some poignant thoughts.

Sepp Blatter: 10 photos of FIFA president

Sepp Blatter is FIFA President again for a fifth term. Here are 10 photos from the past few decades of the Swiss powerbroker.

Watching on wistfully

Sepp Blatter opts for silence. Perhaps something his critics wish he had kept up. (1992 - Werek/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

Playing a trumpet

Everyone always thought Blatter was full of hot air. (1998 - AP Photo/Keystone)

Wearing sunglasses

When you are head of FIFA you can't have problems with the sun, after all. (1998 - Contrast/Behrendt/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

A day at the golf

A nice day out at the golf with Michel Platini (left) and Boris Becker. Wonder if Sepp was over par? (2003 - AP, via KEYSTONE/Olivier Maire)

Driving a tram

What better way to celebrate your organisation's 100th birthday than by driving a tram? (2004 - AP Photo/ Keystone, Steffen Schmidt)

Misses his kick

Sepp was not much of a player in his day. As he proved at the Allianz Arena stadium in Munich. (2006 - AP Photo/Diether Endlicher)

Standing in a pretend background

Whoever got Sepp to wave while standing on a fake hill at the International Broadcast Centre in Munich deserves a medal. (2006 - Pressefoto Ulmer/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

Dancing in South Africa

Famed for his dad dancing, Sepp gives it another go during a press conference at Ellis Park stadium. (2008 - PABALLO THEKISO/AFP/Getty Images)

Riding in a golf buggy

Walk? No, I will be driven in a golf buggy please. (2012 - Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Meets a giant armadillo

What better way to welcome a new World Cup than by shaking hands with a giant armadillo? (2014 - Photo by Friedemann Vogel - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)