Well, it is Friday, so we thought we'd again share with you a couple of 'off the wall' stories.
Last week had some disappointments, but there were bonanzas for those who held faith in Suarez, Torres and Bale. This week there are some tasty looking home fixtures that could yield huge points.
By announcing his playing days for South Africa are over, Pienaar will not be travelling to the African Cup of Nations in January, allowing him to play a full season in the Premier League.
Ross Bellamy says he has found something he can agree with Arsene Wenger on; his distaste for mid-season international games.
Liverpool starlet Suso has a contract until 2013, sparking reported interest from Real Madrid. While the 18-year-old maintains he will stay with the club Liverpool must get it in writing soon, or risk losing one of Europe's hottest talents.
The first league Clasico of the season comes around on Sunday, with Real Madrid travelling to Barcelona already eight points adrift of their great rivals.
Top firm CEO sends a strong message to his staff on headcount and pay.
Royal Bank of Scotland suspended a trader for trying to rig the Singapore dollar swap offer rate, indicating employees may have sought to manipulate more than just Libor, two people briefed on the matter said.
German media report that Deutsche Bank AG has put at least five of its traders on indefinite leave as part of an effort to restore the company's ethical credibility.
Should Arsene Wenger bring one of his earliest signings back to Arsenal?