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THAT WAS THE SPORTING WEEK: Rooney tortures his teddy, catwalk Cipriani leaves Henson in a huff, Joh

27 Mar 2009 17:38:38

THAT WAS THE SPORTING WEEK: Rooney tortures his teddy, catwalk Cipriani leaves Henson in a huff, Joh

SUNDAYWayne Rooney  takes his anger out on the corner flag after being sent off in Manchester United's damaging defeat at Fulham. Despite the show of petulance, Rooney argues that he has matured since the days when the red mist would descend at the slightest setback, before heading home to lock his favourite teddy in a cupboard. Take that: Wayne Rooney causes a flag some pain DANNY CIPRIANI is in hot water over allegations about his celebrity lifestyle and 'Big Time Charlie' attitude. The former golden boy of English rugby is photographed posing on the front row at an Armani fashion show in Milan when he should have been meeting England manager Martin Johnson. Cipriani's excuse that he was simply delivering some tickets to Giorgio and Naomi for the Twickenham match against Scotland cuts no ice. Johnson refuses to believe that the world famous designer has any interest in the sport, even though Armani does favour flattering, cut-off white shorts and a skin tight breathable body suit with shoulder padding in his spring collection.   More from Tim Chalmers... THAT WAS THE SPORTING WEEK: Rafa the clown becomes a footballing genius, Fabregas bullies another OAP, red car good Lewis car bad rule FIA19/03/09 THAT WAS THE SPORTING WEEK: Mourinho's in a muddle, Brits are battered and Beckham turns out to be a costly mistake for Milan12/03/09 THAT WAS THE SPORTING WEEK: Foster the iPod-y snatcher, Redknapp's ring of fire, Rafa places a personal ad, Samit Patel's food for thought05/03/09 THAT WAS THE SPORTING WEEK: Disappearing Jose likes to wine, Spurs perfect the 'throw in a goal' move, Baggies reveals their master plan - to win a game26/02/09 That Was The Sporting Week: Chelsea talking double Dutch; new laws put cricket on a sticky wicket; and Spurs boss Harry reveals a little too much20/02/09 THAT WAS THE SPORTING WEEK: Big Phil gets his dates mixed up, West Indies offer England Ten10 series and RBS rubbish player rule aids England12/02/09 THAT WAS THE SPORTING WEEK: A break from the norm at ITV, Spurs go back to the future, Phil shoots himself in the foot, and your chance to win big!05/02/09 THAT WAS THE SPORTING WEEK: It's Oscar season and the faces are redder than the carpet at Camp Capello, Man City, Newcastle and the like...30/01/09 VIEW FULL ARCHIVE ***GAVIN HENSON is left distraught as Ireland win in Wales to clinch their first Grand Slam for 61 years. The high profile centre is hurt by the defeat because Welsh rugby means so much to him - but more because he can't believe Cipriani was invited to the Armani show and he wasn't. Gavin wouldn't have bothered with that all-over tanning session, full body wax and deluxe hair tint if he'd known. Fitness guru: John Daly MONDAYTECHNICAL changes brought in to Formula One with the intention of increasing competition have the side effect of pushing the slower cars to the front of the starting grid. This is great news for forgotten man Jenson Button in his modified Sinclair C5 with homemade cardboard rear spoiler. TUESDAYJUSTIN ROSE blames an obsessive fitness regime for a poor season that saw him plummet down the golf rankings. Rose will cut back on the gym work in a bid to rediscover the form that took him to No 6 in the world. John Daly offers to mentor the Englishman. WEDNESDAYENGLAND boss Fabio Capello warns troubled Wayne Rooney and Ashley Cole that they must fulfil their responsibilities as international players by behaving appropriately. Capello plans further counselling with the pair but the first meeting is delayed because it clashes with Rooney's anger management class and if he doesn't go this week he will be thrown out for poor attendance. THURSDAYSTEVEN GERRARD promises to be less selfish and stop demanding to play in a central role for England. But only if he is still allowed to choose the team kit and where he gets to sit on the coach. ***DAVID COULTHARD, the BBC's new formula one pundit, has to dig out his old race overalls when Red Bull are forced to register him as their reserve driver because of a blunder with paperwork. However, Coulthard does not expect to compete. No change there then.        ***JOHN TERRY'S preparations for England's friendly are interrupted when it is revealed that his mother and mother-in-law are accused of shoplifting. The pair are alleged to have taken sportswear. What upsets Terry most is the rumour that they didn't bother with his Chelsea shirt or tracksuit.Please note: No elite sporting icons were harmed in the writing of this column.


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