Soccer players tend not to be of the highest intellectual caliber. They are, after all, too busy playing soccer.
However, I wonder if one particular British soccer player--a very famous one at that--might have plunged below the normal soccer player IQ standards by reportedly filing a lawsuit against those sporting chaps at Twitter.
Business Week--and just about every newspaper in the world that enjoys the world's most lovely game--has witnessed the appropriate court papers.
The British lawsuit not only goes after Twitter but also reportedly seeks retribution against "persons unknown responsible for the publication of information on … Read more