Computer-created craziness

Liverpool’s Ryan Babel has been charged with improper conduct by the FA for posting a digitally-altered photo of referee Howard Webb wearing a Manchester United shirt on his Twitter feed. Webb awarded a first-minute penalty and later sent off Reds captain Steven Gerrard in Sunday’s 1-0 FA Cup defeat against the Red Devils. Across the field, Anfield teammate Glen Johnson has also set the Twittersphere alight with caustic comments about TV pundit Paul Merson.

No computer controversy, just CGI creation and incomparable class and beauty in Sylvie Van Der Vaart’s “juggling” commercial for Gillette.

Forget Becks, Rafa’s ravishing missus looks like she could be the signing to put Spurs over the top this transfer window. Get on it, Arry! Phwoar!

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