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Fans spot Roy Keane's face after Robbie Fowler draws Liverpool against Man City in FA Cup
Roy Keane gave a priceless reaction to Liverpool being drawn to Manchester City in the FA Cup.The Citizens beat Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium 4-1 on Sunday to make it to the semifinals of football’s oldest competition. And Reds legend and former City player Robbie Fowler was on hand to make the draw for who they would play in the penultimate round at Wembley, seeding the winner of Forest and Liverpool to go on and face Pep Guardiola’s side.Online users noticed the coy smirk that the former Red Devils captain Keane pulled during the ITV coverage, delighted that Fowler had inadvertently given the Reds the trickiest semifinal clash ahead of easier options.One wrote: “Roy Keane dying to laugh at your man on itv hahahahahahaha.” While another said: “I haven’t even got the sound on but Roy Keane is smirking at this FA Cup draw like he’s just put a prawn sandwich behind Robbie Fowler’s radiator.”Someone commented along with laughing emojis: “Roy Keane’s face when he saw Manchester City drawn out with either Nottingham Forest or Liverpool.” Meanwhile one wrote: “Keane is p***** himself at Fowler’s Disrespect of us and anyone else bar Liverpool.”Do you think Crystal Palace can make the final? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.Man City made it to the semifinals of the competition after turning over the Saints on the south coast Ralph Hasenhuttl did well to keep out the reigning Premier League champions initially, with Raheem Sterling’s opener and Aymeric Laporte’s own-goal keeping the scores level by half-time.
Michail Antonio 'plans to mock Callum Wilson' if he scores for West Ham against Newcastle
West Ham fans loves Michail Antonio's goals, but it's his iconic celebrations that have turned him into a undisputed cult hero at the club.The Jamaica international, who is in the form of his life, has scored nine times in 28 games so far this season, and says he has big plans for goal number 10 - which he hopes will come against Newcastle United this weekend.Speaking to Magpies striker Callum Wilson on the Footballer's Football Podcast, Antonio revealed plans to mock his co-host if he scores on Saturday."It is definitely going to be a hard game with the way you guys have performed in the past few weeks, you see the resilience in your team, and we’ve shown that as well," the Hammers forward said."We’ve basically gotten things even though we’ve not performed at our best."Three points are needed to be fair, we’re going for this fourth spot so we can’t let up."We have to go for it, and as much as I like you and the relationship that we’ve built on this podcast, we can’t let up, and if I score this weekend I will throw up a 'W' for you."Wilson is currently on the sidelines after injuring his calf and isn't expected to return to the Newcastle setup until the final few weeks of the season.Which iconic celebration would you like to see Michail Antonio do next? Let us know in the comments section below...Antonio has been wowing fans with special celebrations ever since arriving in East London from Nottingham Forest in 2015.He's pulled a cardboard cut-out of himself out of the crowd and celebrated with it, imitated Homer Simpson's famous spinning-on-the-floor dance and performed classic moves like the worm and the Macarena in recent seasons.The gift that keeps on giving!
Gojira reschedule UK and European tour due to COVID-19
Gojira have rescheduled their upcoming UK and European tour due to COVID-19 restrictions.The French metal titans were supposed to hit the road last month, beginning in Helsinki, with stop-offs in Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Prague, Budapest and other cities throughout January into February and March.However, they’ve announced that they will now kick off their European tour on July 5 in Brussels and conclude it in Milan on July 31 at Carroponte.The UK and Ireland leg of the tour, meanwhile, has moved to 2023 and will begin on February 11 in Dublin and conclude at London’s Alexandra Palace on February 22.Gojira will then play rescheduled shows in Bordeaux, Paris, Luxembourg and Lyon between February 24 and 28, 2023.“We cannot express how much we appreciate your continued patience and support while we worked through last month’s postponement,” the band said in a social media post.“Despite our best efforts to resume touring this month, the continued uncertainty in various territories has left us with no other choice but to reschedule the remaining dates of the tour as well.“In light of this unfortunate news we are pleased to share the rescheduled dates for the entire European Tour below.”A post shared by Gojira Official (@gojiraofficial)Original tickets for the tour – which sees support from special guests Alien Weaponry and Employed To Serve – remain valid.