11/3 R Zaragoza (H) 3:00 PM ET La Liga Another original club logo. The crown and the lion. Geez, that's like every American team putting something patriotic or regional in their logo and Jesus H. Christ, I'm already sick of writing this sentence. I just know I'm unbeaten in the league so far! Anyways we haven't lost to them in a while. Then again, they were also relegated for a few seasons. They did beat us 6-1 away embarrassingly before, and I think we drew them in 2008. I think this is no shave November. I'll post a pic of my ugly face for those to see later. We are playing at home against Real Zaragoza, another team in La Liga. 10/21 Granada (A) W 2-1 La Liga 10/28 Sevilla (H) W 2-1 La Liga 10/31 Granada (H) W 1-0 Esp Cup They are ninth in the table, so that's not too bad for a team of semi-professionals. Q: Santa Claus, the tooth fairy, an intelligent Barcelona supporter, and an old drunk are walking down the street together when simultaneously they each spot a fifty quid note. Who gets it? A: The old drunk, of course; the other three are mythical creatures. A father and son were eating breakfast. The father's newspaper had the headline, "Van Gogh sold for £8 million". The son asked "Is he worth it, Dad?" The father, surprised at his son's interest in fine art, replied "I suppose so, son. Why do you ask?" The son said "Well, Liverpool paid more than that for Stan Collymore, and he was crap." Steve Bruce signed a new superkid from foreign parts. On the first day of training, Steve Bruce gets a ball and says, “You get this and kick it at the goal.” The new superkid looks a bit bewildered but carries on nonetheless. The next day of training same thing happened. Steve Bruce says, “You get this and score a goal.” Again the kid looks bewildered but carries on. The third day, the same thing: “You get this and score a goal.” Finally the foreign superkid gets up and says, “Boss, I speak very good English and know what to do.” Steve Bruce says, “Sit down son, I'm talking to Heskey!” St. Peter was manning the Pearly Gates when 40 Atletico Madrid fans showed up. Never having seen anyone from Atletico at heaven's door, St. Peter said he would have to check with God. After hearing the news, God instructed him to admit the 10 most virtuous from the group. A few minutes later, Saint Peter returned to God breathless and said, "They're gone." "What? All of the Atletico fans are gone?" asked God. "No" replied Saint Peter "The Pearly Gates!" A man arrives at the gates of heaven, where St. Peter greets him and says: "Before I can let you enter I must ask you what you have done in your life that was particularly good." The man racks his brains for a few minutes and then admits to St Peter that he hasn't done anything particularly good in his life. "Well," says St Peter, "have you done anything particularly brave in your life?" "Yes, I have," replies the man proudly. St Peter asks the man to give an account of his bravery. So the man explains, "I was refereeing this important match between Real Madrid and Barcelona at the Camp Nou. The score was 0-0 and there was only one more minute of play to go in the second half when I awarded a penalty against Barcelona at their end." "Yes," responded St Peter, "I agree that was a real act of bravery. Can you perhaps tell me when this took place?" "Certainly," the man replied, "about three minutes ago." I can’t believe we only managed a draw against a rubbish team we should easily have beaten. . . . I’m ashamed to call myself Algerian - said a supporter after the World Cup game with England.