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Betting with Bocelli, and the Fellaini drinking game - It's Comments of the Week

Here are some of your best offerings from below the line this week.

WHICH GOALKEEPERS WILL make the cut in Martin O’Neill’s Euros squad? John Carroll had a solution to help Ireland, and boost Kerry’s Sam Maguire chances, all in one:

Leave them all at home and take Stephen Cluxton. Then maybe Kerry might have at chance of winning the All-Ireland !!!!

After seeing Marouane Fellaini’s latest attempt to prove that humans can indeed fly, Laura Walsh invented our new favourite drinking game. Definitely one to be played with soft drinks:

Drink every time Fellaini elbows an opponent. New drinking game right there!

Source: Nick Potts

The Oklahoma City Thunder beat the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of their NBA playoff match, and Mick Jenkins can’t have been the only one thinking like this:

First Leicester winning the league and now this, what a terrible week for Spurs…

After Jamie Vardy put Harry Kane back in his box with a Mustafa-shaped zinger, Fran Heavey continued on with the Lion King theme:

Ah well, Ha-kane-a Matata…..

Timon-and-Pumbaa Source: Ssninsider

Liam Cahill’s comments on the mammies and daddies of Tipperary made headlines this week, but A McGabhann spotted a bit of zoological inconsistency in his argument:

“Geese are swans.” Ha ha brilliant

From now on, Tony English is only taking betting advice from Claudio Ranieri’s mate Andrea Bocelli:

A Tenor says Leicester win the league

Andrea Bocelli in Concert - New York Source: AP/Press Association Images

And because it’s the weekend, we tend to agree with Robert O’Farrell’s assessment of surfer Ollie O’Flaherty’s diet:

That diet is so healthy it’s annoying – not a hint of a snack box anywhere

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Long to strike against Spurs and the Premier League bets to consider this weekend

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