JOSE Mourinho’s latest weapon against match officials is sarcasm, using it to great effect after Chelsea’s shock loss to Sunderland.

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    RETIRED Socceroos keeper Mark Schwarzer became Chelsea's oldest ever Premier League player, but the milestone match didn’t exactly go to plan.

    OWEN Wright’s love/hate relationship with Bells Beach has continued, but this time the Aussie surfer left the water elated and in pain.

    AUSTRALIAN driver Mark Webber will start from sixth place on the grid in his first full race since retiring from Formula One last year.

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    FIFA World Cup-style Committee Room Lunch

    The world game’s pinnacle event, the 2010 FIFA World Cup, is about to begin and the MCC Committee Room is getting into the spirit. 

    From June 11 to July 9, members can treat their guests to a specially designed global menu for lunch on weekdays. 

    Enjoy two courses ($45 per person) or three ($60 per person) with a glass of wine and tea or coffee to finish.

    View the special menu

    Bookings are now being taken on (03) 9657 8888 or email membership@mcc.org.au