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Nothin' like an unplanned convo with a babe in a silk robe. Every "mm-hmm" and "oh yeah" is tastefully displayed with class, you guys. Didn't get Silk Robe's name. Pretty sure she told me it, but I was too busy peepin' her beauties from behind my Maui Jim's, respectfully.

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'Atalanta midfielder Giulio Migliaccio is under investigation from the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) after allegedly helping supporters to crush two cars with a tank.

'Last month, just three days after joining Atalanta, Migliaccio was caught on film riding on a tank that was being driven by the club's fans at a festival in Bergamo.

'The tank crushed two cars which were covered in the colours of rival clubs Roma and Brescia, with the FIGC eager to ensure Migliaccio takes responsibility for his actions.

'"The federal prosecutor has deferred Atalanta player Giulio Migliaccio to the national disciplinary commission for climbing on to a tank during the 'Festival of the Goddess' organised by the Bergamasch fanbase on July 14," a statement on figc.com read.

'"(The tank) then ran over two cars, one decorated in the colours of Roma and one with the colours of Brescia, clubs who are traditionally rivals of Atalanta."' - ESPN

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Jose Mourinho cried as Sir Alex Ferguson overlooked him for Manchester United job

A new book by Spanish journalist Diego Torres reveals Mourinho's agony at missing out on the job agent Jorge Mendes had convinced him was his destiny

Jose Mourinho cried on discovering that David Moyes had got the Manchester United job, according to a new book released in Spain.

"Prepare to lose: The Mourinho Era" is Diego Torres' latest fly-on-the-wall book from inside Real Madrid, and extracts from the book appearing in Spain today tell of the Portuguese manager's anguish at being overlooked to replace Sir Alex Ferguson.

The first chapter, entitled Llorar (to cry), Torres writes:

“Mourinho, encouraged by his devoted agent [Jorge] Mendes believed that Ferguson, as well as an ally, was his friend and Godfather.

"He was convinced that they enjoyed a friendship of genuine trust. He thought that his fabulous collection of trophies - two European Cups, seven league titles and four cups in four different countries - made for a resumé no other candidate had.

"When he learnt he had chosen Moyes, Mou was incredulous. He screamed: ‘But he’s won nothing!’â€

Mourinho's outburst is described as "the most disgraceful hours in his time as Real Madrid manager," and details hours that the 50-year-old spent unable to sleep and with his mobile phone glued to his head.

"Jorge Mendes, president and owner of Gestifute, was involved at Old Trafford more than any agent.

"No representative did such huge or such peculiar business with Ferguson.

"Nobody prepared more carefully, nor knew how to transmit to the media the idea that there was a predestined successor [to Ferguson].

"But if the propaganda affected the consciousness of one man, is was Mourinho himself."

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