A devoted Carlisle United fan has immortalised the Blues manager in a tattoo.
The portrait of Keith Curle appears inside the lyrics 'Mysterious Curle, I wanna play 3-5-2' - which was part of a trending hashtag on Twitter #ReplaceSongLyricsWithCurle.
As for where the tattoo is... well, let's just say it's been the butt of all the jokes.
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Great Britain's Blind Sailing team are learning from Britain's first female Paralympic gold medalist on Windermere lake this weekend.Read the full story ›
Former Kelso High School pupil Ross Ford will win his hundredth Scotland cap against Australia at Murrayfield tomorrow.
The 32-year-old first represented his country in 2004.
International rugby league is coming back to west Cumbria tonight.
Workington's Derwent Park will be the venue for Scotland's Four Nations clash with New Zealand.
The stadium hosted two Scotland matches during the 2013 world cup.
Carlisle United will play Mansfield in the second round of the EFL Trophy.
The blues beat Fleetwood Town 4-2 last night to progress in a record breaking night for them.
The victory made it 8 in a row for United for the first time in the club's history.
Danny Grainger scored in his sixth consecutive appearance equalling another club best.
Scott Brash from Peebles is a household name in the equestrian world, with titles including world number one showjumper and Olympic gold medallist.
He hit the headlines again last year when he became the first rider ever to win the sport's grand slam, making him a millionaire.
Our reporter, Lori Carnochan, travelled to west Sussex to meet Scott and found out that despite his success, it's not always been an easy ride:
Queen of the South are searching for a new manager, after the club announced Gavin Skelton has left his position.
The club confirmed that the 35-year-old left the club for personal reasons.
Queens, who only lost one of the first 12 games of the season, have dropped from top of the table, to sixth amid a run of one win in their next eight.
Jim Thomson will take over as caretaker on a temporary basis until a permanent replacement is appointed.
ITV Border went to meet Peebles boy, Olympian and former world number one showjumper, Scott Brash at his yard in Sussex.Read the full story ›
Our sports reporter, Ryan Dollard, got Carlisle United's Jason Kennedy to dish up some dirt on his teammates:
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