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Blog - The Toe Poke

 By Alex Shaw

Southampton hero Matt Le Tissier to go on Countdown

Matt Le Tissier was a one-club man and is pictured here scoring against Manchester United -- and those dodgy grey kits -- in 1996.

Hit British television quiz game "Countdown" has Matt Le Tissier's number -- he's set for an appearance on the show.

The Southampton legend, who won eight caps for England, has already appeared on the show as a guest in "Dictionary Corner" and once solved a maths puzzle that both contestants and expert Rachel Riley couldn't get.

Now Le Tiss has bagged a spot as a contestant and he shared the news on Twitter.

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale owns NBA halfcourt challenge: 3 out of 5

Gareth Bale is good at football, but it appears that if he ever decides to leave the game behind he can step right into the NBA.

The Welshman, who cost Real Madrid a world-record €100 million ($132m) when he joined from Tottenham in 2013, took the NBA's official halfcourt challenge and managed to sink three out of his five efforts. Nothing but net either!

Miami have been looking for a replacement for LeBron James, so perhaps they should sign up LeBale before someone else does.

 By Chris Wright

Poole Town manager finds novel way to bypass stadium ban

As far as Poole Town manager Tom Killick is concerned, his six-game stadium ban from the FA for yelling at a match official couldn't have come at a worse time.

Killick's side are currently one point clear at the summit of the Evo-Stick Southern Premier division with just eight games of the season remaining and both automatic promotion and a league title on the line.

Thankfully, being prohibited from entering Poole's Tatnam Ground on matchdays hasn't proved to be too much of a hindrance for Killick,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Balotelli, Drogba and Henry pose for a superstar striker selfie

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The last time The Toe Poke saw Mario Balotelli on social media, he seemed a little bit upset as he told his critics to "shut up".

So it...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Referee spells out Alex's name with vanishing spray

Some referees are clearly more artsy than others, and that was certainly the case in Alexsandro de Souza's testimonial match on Saturday.

Former Brazil captain Alex, now 37, pulled together some famous names from his career for the game at Palmeiras -- who he played for in three separate spells.

But the ref stole the limelight by spelling out his name in vanishing spray before he took a free kick.

Former Chelsea defender Mario Melchiot certainly enjoyed it.

 By Chris Wright

Fulham and Brentford engage in Twitter spat over goalkeeper loan

Richard Lee's loan move started a minor Twitter feud on Thursday.

While it's hardly going to go down as one of the great conflicts of our time, Championship rivals Brentford and Fulham became embroiled in a spiky Twitter spat Thursday that ended in a glorious, meme-fuelled victory for the former.

The kerfuffle began when Brentford announced the departure of their goalkeeper Richard Lee, who completed a loan move to Fulham on Thursday evening. Crucially, it was the Bees' description of Lee's new club that first riled the social media department over at Craven...