Lookalikes: Dracula and Dimitar Berbatov

As noted in our Sticker Sundays feature, Spurs striker Dimitar Berbatov is in fact Dracula.


[Rob Parker]

January 25, 2007 in Lookalikes, Tottenham Hotspur | Permalink | Comments (0)

Lookalikes: Diego Maradona and Sylvester Stallone

When Sylvester Stallone put in an appearance at Goodison Park before Everton's game against Reading yesterday carrying a few extra pounds than when his first Rocky film came out in 1976, there was a certain resemblance to a real-life sporting legend with his own weight problems.


[Rob Parker]

January 15, 2007 in Everton, Lookalikes | Permalink | Comments (3)

THE VOTE Wenger or Mourinho?

So who's the worst lookalike - Arsene Wenger or Jose Mourinho? Add your vote to the comments…

January 4, 2007 in Arsenal, Chelsea, Lookalikes, Vote | Permalink | Comments (7)

Lookalikes: Eggert Magnusson and Yoda

The force should be strong with West Ham once Eggert Magnusson's takeover goes through.


[Rob Parker]

November 22, 2006 in Lookalikes, West Ham United | Permalink | Comments (0)

Lookalikes: Felix Leiter (from Casino Royale) and Joleon Lescott

My trips to the cinema seem to provide a useful hunting ground for Lookalikes. Last night I went to see Casino Royale (it is worth the hype, by the way), and didn't come away empty handed! I present Jeffrey Wright (who plays CIA agent Felix Leiter) and Joleon Lescott...


[Rob Parker]

November 20, 2006 in Lookalikes | Permalink | Comments (0)

Newcastle's form suffers as Glenn Roeder moonlights as a policeman

No wonder Newcastle are struggling this season. PC Glenn Roeder has been too busy locking up Gazza to worry about tactics, team selection and inspirational team talks. He might be dull in the world of football, but he is probably one of the most charismatic coppers ever!


For more Glenn Roeder fun-poking, check out this surreal video (not at the office mind!).

[Via The Fiver]

[Rob Parker]

November 10, 2006 in Funny old game, Lookalikes, Newcastle United | Permalink | Comments (0)

Lookalikes: Leonardo di Caprio and Scott Parker

I went to see The Departed last night (good film to catch if you are heading to the cinema any time soon). Leonardo di Caprio's character really reminded me of someone...


[Rob Parker]

October 15, 2006 in Lookalikes, Newcastle United | Permalink | Comments (0)

Lookalikes: Father Ted vs Steve Staunton & Bobby Robson

One of the best lookalikes we've seen recently…
[Via Left Back]

October 13, 2006 in Lookalikes | Permalink | Comments (0)

Lookalikes - Peter Crouch and just about any mummified Egyptian King

Mummycrouch_1The more I see the goal machine that is Peter Crouchistuta the more I convince myself that he's actually a thousand year old Pharaoh. His withered limbs, the skin stretched taught across his bones... and those exposed teeth. That may go some way to his ability on the ball... he's got the power of Ibis, Anubis and Ra on his side hasn't he?

[Mof Gimmers]

September 29, 2006 in Funny old game, Liverpool, Lookalikes | Permalink | Comments (0)

West Ham's Carlos Tevez is Carlos the Jackal (Black Grape stylee)

Tevez_8If you fancy a bit of a football-related chuckle - and you have already read all the posts on Pies and Bratwurst several times on the day in question - then the Guardian's array of Photoshop mock-ups in The Gallery rarely disappoints.

This week readers have been providing their interpretations of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano's move to West Ham. I particularly like the entry comparing Tevez to Carlos the Jackal on the sleeve of Black Grape's debut album (pictured above). Click here to see some of the best.

[Rob Parker]

September 22, 2006 in Funny old game, Lookalikes, West Ham United | Permalink | Comments (2)