Never ending story
Brazil won the Confederations Cup on Sunday, and on Monday England play Germany in the final of the European Under-21 Championship, a match which brings to an end the 2008/09 European football season.
So (hopefully) still aglow from England's youngsters' win in Sweden, the sun will be out, the football will have finished and it'll be time to get the barbeque going, crack open a bottle of beer and settle down to a diet of tennis and cricket until the whole thing starts up again... on Tuesday!
Yep, that's right. The 2009/10 season starts 24 hours after the last one finishes with the first leg of the first qualifying round of the Champions League.
Actually, a whole 24 hours between seasons seems a bit excessive to me.
After half an hour of grumping, grunting and pouting from Wimbledon (and that's just Murray) I will probably have had enough.
As for cricket, I have a new format.
After five-day Test matches, 50-over matches, 40-over matches and 20-over matches, why not go the whole hog and have a six-ball slugfest?
You could get all the teams in one place in one day and get the whole season over during the course of an afternoon.
Fantastic. Time for a cup of tea and bit of cake before the footie comes on again. Anyone know where you can get a feed of Maltese TV?