As if the incident wasn’t bizarre enough, the events which have followed after Gavin Gunning said “it’s my baw” have been just as entertaining. On Tuesday we were told the Dundee United defender had left the club but now he’s apparently consulting his agent and refusing to quit with immediate effect. Get the popcorn out…Meanwhile it could be be the end of the famous Killie pie after the club entered a legal battle over the trademark. Zinedine Zidane displayed some Hulk moves on the touchline as his Real Madrid side progressed to the Champions League semi-finals, sensationally ripping his suit. Partick Thistle’s David Amoo turns 25 today. And ex-Rangers and Celtic striker Mo Johnston also celebrates his birthday, he’s turning 53. And in Scotland, Hibs Hibsed it again… Whether you like the term or not it keeps coming back and there’s only one team to blame for that. This time the Easter Road side threw it away against 10-man Falkirk, losing a two goal lead with three minutes to go. Adam Davy / EMPICS Sport SNSIn 2004: Roy Keane announced he would return to play for the Republic of Ireland. The former Celtic midfielder had previously quit international football after his highly-publicised bust-up with former international boss Mick McCarthy at the 2002 World Cup finals. SNSAndy Goram. The former Rangers and Scotland goalkeeper was born 1964. He was just 21 years old when this photograph was taken.