Inter Milan! Inter bloody Milan!
Yet again. This time we won.
He's very good, well liked over here.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has announced plans to call a snap general election on 8 June.
She said Britain needed certainty, stability and strong leadership following the EU referendum.
Explaining the decision, Mrs May said: "The country is coming together but Westminster is not."
There will be a Commons vote on the proposed election on Wednesday - Labour have said they will vote with the government.
The prime minister needs Parliament's backing to hold a vote before the next scheduled date of 2020.
A council has apologised for suggesting Thunderbirds creator Gerry Anderson would be attending one of its festivals - despite him dying four years ago.
North Norfolk District Council incorrectly said people could "come see him!" in Cromer on Sunday.
The council quickly apologised after it was pointed out on social media Mr Anderson had died in December 2012.
It clarified the festival would be showing Thunderbirds memorabilia instead, as first reported by the EDP.
One Facebook one post pointed out Mr Anderson was dead and another suggested his "resurrection" was "fitting for the weekend after Easter".
The council responded on Facebook admitting its "error" and describing it as a "pretty big fail".
The Gerry Anderson gaffe, in which the public was invited to come to Cromer to "meet him" (Mr Anderson), was also published on Twitter but the council has since deleted the tweet.
Mr Anderson, who created shows such as Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, Stingray and Joe 90, died aged 83.
Young people are rushing to register to vote after Theresa May called a general election earlier this week.
While it’s often said that young people don’t engage in politics – it appears change is afoot.
More than 100,000 people under 25 have registered to vote since the PM called an election on Tuesday.
Registering to vote is a prerequisite to vote.
When Theresa May announced the country would go to the polls, under 25-year olds rushed to ensure they’d have their say.
On Tuesday alone 57,987 young voters registered to vote.
Labour party supporters will be relieved by the news as young people have previously been among groups least likely to turn up to vote.
But the impact of the EU referendum, which saw millions of older voters push the nation to the exit the EU, might have impacted the sudden voter enthusiasm