Ah, the UK's Sunday papers where scandal, tittle-tattle, speculation and sporting fact meet to give us all something to talk about on Monday morning.
The two big stories - which is exactly what they might turn out to be - come to us from those effortlessly charming folks at the News of the World where it is claimed that Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has thrown his toys out of the pram big-time and threatened to quit the club.
The other corking tale NotW have concerns the circus at Manchester City and reports that factions are appearing within the squad and damaging team morale. The latest incident is said to have seen cheeky Brazilian chappies Robinho and Elano square-up to Craig Bellamy who is understood to have been standing up for manager Mark Hughes.
It is reported that such is the level of animosity that Robinho is refusing to speak to Bellamy. An understandable position to take, but not ideal from City's point of view.
Benitez's quit threat is also covered in some detail by The People, the Daily Star on Sunday and the Sunday Mirror.
The Sunday Mirror say Rafa has turned down a fourth contract from the Liverpool owners, with The People explaining that his decision is based on Mr Hicks and Mr Gillett's destabilising civil war; they also suggest Rafa is eyeing Juande Ramos job as Real Madrid manager.
Another interesting story in The People and the Sunday Express claims that Newcastle crock Michael Owen has flown to Germany in secret to have an operation on his groin. Not so secret anymore...
Also in the Sunday Express is a story suggesting that Jose Mourinho is ready to quit Italy after just one season - and what seems certain to be the Serie A title - and return to the Premier League. He told a friend, apparently.
The Observer have a story to make the purists want to scream - football's head honchos are thinking about extending the halftime break so they can sell more adverts for televised games. Selling your soul never works out, just look what happened to Bart when he sold his to Milhouse in The Simpsons.
The most pointless story of the day goes to the Daily Star on Sunday who have dug up that old chestnut about John Terry going to Man City. The offer is Â£20m and the wages are Â£150k, according to the Star - haven't we heard this one before?
And finally the Sunday Telegraph report that the story we all wish would just go away - the Beckham-LA-Milan love triangle - could be set to rumble on until NEXT January (please, no) because the two clubs can't agree a deal.
The Sunday Times agree and report that Milan are unwilling to up their Â£3m offer from two weeks ago arguing, rather sensibly, that with Beckham available for free in November paying anymore would be rather silly.
The saga continues...