Seriously, Crispi is becoming my all time favourite Crackovia character!
Oh yeah, and if you have some Crackovia vids to share (new or old, doesn't matter) BRING THE LULZ YO!
|14:45 ET||Bordeaux||v||Bayern Munich||Group A|
|14:45 ET||Juventus||v||Maccabi Haifa||Group A|
|12:30 ET||CSKA Moscow||v||Manchester United||Group B|
|14:45 ET||VfL Wolfsburg||v||Besiktas||Group B|
|14:45 ET||FC Zürich||v||Marseille||Group C|
|14:45 ET||Real Madrid||v||AC Milan FC||Group C|
|14:45 ET||Chelsea||v||Atlético Madrid||Group D|
|14:45 ET||FC Porto||v||Apoel Nicosia||Group D|
|Od Champions League|
And among the pics poised for extra exposure on the art house's rubber contraceptives is Sam Taylor-Wood's depiction of a sleeping Becks, which originally went on display at London's National Portrait Gallery in 2004.
Baroness Thyssen, who founded the Madrid museum, has been quick to quash the negative reaction to having Becks' portrait printed on condoms.
She said: "I don't see why anyone should be scandalised.
"It is a way of bringing art and responsibility together."
And The Picture To Go Up?
Shirts, emblazoned with pictures of Madeleine McCann, are being handed out ahead of Everton FC's Europa League tie with Portuguese team Benfica.
They have been created to highlight the campaign to find the child, who was three when she vanished while on holiday in Portugal in May 2007.
Every fan who bought a ticket can collect a T-shirt, which has the words "We're Still Looking For You" on it.
They are being encouraged to wear them for Thursday's game in Lisbon.
A total of 6,000 shirts have been produced by the club - 3,000 in English and 3,000 bearing the message in Portuguese.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright said: "I will never, ever forget that image of a beautiful, smiling child in an Everton shirt.
"I believe that I was one of the first people outside the family to see it and it moved me greatly.
"In truth, like everyone else, I have felt nothing but deep sadness and mounting frustration as the search for Maddie has continued.
"However, I continue to be inspired by the dignity and the faith which Kate and Gerry have displayed throughout their dreadful ordeal.
"This is just our way of reminding people - not just in the UK and Portugal but across the globe - that this child is still out there somewhere."
Fans with a match ticket can pick up a free T-shirt from Goodison Park or Liverpool Airport before embarking on their flight to Portugal.
That's a very thoughtful thing to do, credit to Bill Kenwright and all involved with the t-shirts. I really hope she's found alive one day.
"The possibility for the players of moving outside of the hotel boundaries should be kept to a minimum," BaySecur's Guenter Schnelle told German magazine Sport-Bild. "Otherwise there must be a full escort: armed security guards and bullet-proof vests for the players."
BaySecur is one of the firms expected to be employed by the German Football Federation (DFB) while the team are at the tournament that runs from 11 June until 11 July.
"We will then receive the first security report," DFB spokesman Harald Stenger said Wednesday. "After a security workshop following the draw on 4 December the federation will receive more information. And the will then decide if and what extra security measures it might take on its own to beef up security for the national team and its entourage."
"Any such measures would have to be cleared by Fifa and the South African organizers."
Former German international and the man in charger of team logistic's Oliver Bierhoff says the team will have to get used to certain restrictions.
"We'll have to adjust to a World Cup under different conditions," he said. "The players won't be able to move so freely as they did 2006 in Germany or 2008 at the European Championship in Austria and Switzerland."