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The Telegraph Uses Our Tevez Posters

The Telegraph has used our alternative Carlos Tevez posters on their website and have published them in the paper.




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41 Comments

  1. Duncan says:

    nice

  2. The Scottish Wonder says:

    hahaha good one

  3. Mervy34 says:

    Sue them for breach of intellectual property :)

  4. MyCowIsTheBest says:

    Gratz Scott. I think this is why your blog is the top blog – it is your blog, but you said it’s OUR poster.

  5. YorYor says:

    Make them credit you STR! Or at least link back to the blog!

  6. Swissdevil says:

    @STR great work here again mate! well done!

  7. Corea says:

    great stuff Scott.

  8. Joel says:

    Haha brilliant.

  9. Edpayasugo says:

    Congrats!

  10. willierednut says:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/-/sport1/hi/football/9284186.stm

    Of topic, another corker from Septic Blatter.

  11. Costas says:

    MASSIVE

  12. catotraa says:

    My god, they really published something saying “This is how it feels to be City”! Can’t belive that, they are joining our mocking of them xD EPIC!

  13. Corea says:

    Costas – check email please you lazy human being ! :-P

  14. gerkeo says:

    No official accreditation of you on their site, sue them but offer to settle out of court if they promise to stop being such a biased shit rag of a paper.

  15. Costas says:

    @Corea

    Yeah mate. I intend to. My mail provider has been causing me problems all day.

  16. Ajo Paul says:

    They have left the blog’s address intact so its fine..

  17. slim says:

    WOOT!! WOOT!! STR FTW. Real nice

  18. slim says:

    i meant ROM FTW.

  19. Tk says:

    keep up the good work STR.

  20. Tk says:

    And Shitty is a massive club.

  21. The Real AB says:

    Congrats Scott :)

  22. McQueen says:

    That’s brilliant :)

    @ jeet – haha I saw that the other day it cracked me up! love a bit of studs-up. Check out this little beaut from the archives: http://www.studs-up.com/2008/10/bark-and-bite/?page=25

  23. RedScot says:

    I just think all kudos to the moderator and his fine work to supply great articles for us to read and learn from and occasionally take the piss ou of.
    I noticed a while back, that “Talk sport ” use a lot of the facts written on here to support or bash United. All power to your pen, well “keyboard”.
    The posters were class though.

  24. Niall Harbison says:

    Also used in Ireland today in the Metro. No credits and your watermark cut off! Poor form! Just said “Manchester United Bloggers”

  25. redevil_83 says:

    wicked

  26. Dela says:

    To the guys who are talking about suing or complaining… the site link is on the image itself. The Telegraph do not have to give any credit to RoM because RoM only parodied an image that is owned by Manchester City. On top of that, there’s also fair use. I work for an Internet company, a website with 4 million unique users per month. We have often gotten complaints about people using images as avatars or signature pictures too but its all covered by fair use. Telegraph didn’t breach anything here.

    However, one thing Scott might consider doing is asking for even a tiny text link back to the article about the alternative pictures. This link back carries weight with Google, especially since the Telegraph carries weight on Google News.

  27. RedScot says:

    @ Dela, Christ wanna share that in a common tongue, like “English” You are wanna of these peeps that goes immediately for litigation angle?
    Whats Google? yer fucking glossed over Specs.

  28. smartalex says:

    Well done sir!
    Also, it shows ROM has the respect of The Telegraph.

    British Press Awards Ceremony, STRiding down the Red carpet.
    Sweet dreams are made of this.

  29. RedScot says:

    @ smartalex, yer no Annie lennox are you? “Sweet dreams are made of this”
    Maybe a fuckin Angel, that can win the big pot! lmao

  30. smartalex says:

    @RedScot

    Annie was born on christmas day, I was born on boxing day.
    She is Scots, as am I (bred, not born).
    As for Angel, my name is Angus.
    And I smoke pot!

  31. Dave Malaysia says:

    wow Redscott and smartalex or angus shud meet up share pot and whiskey and listen to Annie lennox.

  32. RedScot says:

    Yeah but neither will take me on the financial side of football! Trust that! lmao

  33. RedScot says:

    I act like a dim wit, for your benfit! pmsl

  34. smartalex says:

    ex Wiki

    In literature, the jester is symbolic of common sense and of honesty, notably in King Lear, the court jester is a character used for insight and advice on the part of the monarch

  35. RedScot says:

    @ Smart alex you are almost Shaking your spear at me. Cool but close. More wordwoth me thinks

  36. musvn says:

    congrats Scott! This is awesome :D

  37. LORD GAGA says:

    Such a shame the Bitters never read the Telegraph.

    I dont suppose Al Jazeera will use them.

    A city fan walks into a bar. – Thats it, thats the joke.

  38. craigja0 says:

    FINALLY: Found the clip. LOVE IT

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvmVaSdg_M8

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