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PUNTERS can put the boot in on Big Brother's Caroline by selling her Stop At A Boot line with Sporting at 26, writes Phil Agius.
Papiss Cisse's sponsors Nike have unwittingly put the boot into the striker in an embarrassing gaffe.
They lined up to put the boot into the one-time darling of the retail world.
RORY BREMNER will put the boot into Gordon Brown's new Cabinet when he returns to TV tonight.
SPRINGBOK captain Johann Muller put the boot into the All Blacks by claiming referees were afraid of sin-binning their skipper Richie McCaw.
MOTORSPORT: Mark Webber has put the boot into former team Williams, where he claims his career took "a setback.
JOHN Reid put the boot into the Home Office by saying it wasn't fit for purpose.
RADIO 1 DJ Chris Moyles put the boot into rival Neil `Dr' Fox yesterday when he threatened to ``tear his head off and use it as a football''.
The Dutchman refused to put the boot into the ultra-defensive style because only one manager in the game is lucky enough to boast the extravagant talents of players such as Lionel Messi, David Villa and Xavi.
THE Snowman creator Raymond Briggs put the boot into Irn Bru yesterday.
ALISTAIR Bressington put the boot in as Stourbridge overcame Redruth and the elements in League Two to record an opening-day victory.
Jordaan put the boot into the shambolic pounds 757m Wembley revamp, adding: "No country has met its construction targets in recent years - not England with Wembley, not Greece with the Olympics and not Germany with this World Cup.