We’ll come up with a better title, but for now just try to follow our logic. Doesn’t the transfer window feel like dating was in high school? Targets identified, constant flirting, notes being passed around, calls not returned, weighing the competition, hitting on the other guys’ girl, etc. Minus the medical, it’s sports version of [...]
I unfortunately made the mistake of going to work yesterday, instead of playing hooky and watching Chelsea take Barcelona 2-2 at Camp Nou to progress to the Champions League Final. But I was following on Espn’s Gamecast and Twitter. This is the result. I’d like to highlight the faith I had when I said I [...]
This campaign has been far from what Arsenal fans have expected, and the grumblings of a managerial change have never been so loud in Arsene Wenger’s 15 years at the club. Cesc Fabregas has decided to weigh in on the situation happening at the Emirates and has urged Arsenal to keep hold of Wenger and [...]
By Brett Stein In the 87th minute of the deadlocked match against Aston Villa, Yossi Benayoun headed home a game winner off the foot of a Robin van Persie corner kick. Shortly after the final whistle, I was “asking myself, well…how did I get here?”. This wasn’t end-of-the-year reflection and/or holiday reminiscing drivel, it was [...]
I’m sure there will be about a million more of these types of clips from EA Sports. Is it sad that I look forward to watching all of them?
A few months ago I was sitting around smoking a hookah with the Yanks when somebody referenced a conversation they had with an individual who worked in “The Industry”. The Industry? So, how exactly how did you get into porn? Bummer, the traffic is always really bad on the 605 getting to the City of. [...]
Spotted at Who Ate All the Pies Photo evidence of the real reason Cesc left Arsenal. In sign language Cesc and Iniesta try to communicate to fans around the world the two main reasons Cesc left Arsenal: 1) Cesc left to win this giant silver thing. Arsenal fans, this is what is called a trophy. [...]
By: Adam W. Van Dyk It is difficult to compare Cesc Fabregas’ imminent departure from Arsenal with any other player transfer in major sports in recent memory. I keep wanting to compare it to “The Decision” and LeBron James, and the first phase is somewhat analogous in that like LeBron, Cesc was the undisputed captain, [...]
FC Barcelona had a wonderful season, no one can take that away from them. Granted they lost to Real Madrid in the Copa Del Rey and Sergio Ramos taunted them in victory my smashing the legendary trophy (at least, I think that is how it went down). And other than their Madrid rivals – no [...]
If you missed it in real time, watch the slow motion, and then re-watch it full speed. Classic flop with the ultra dramatic leg raise. The future of soccer is in serious trouble. Would you yellow card a 4 year-old?
I have always thought that Ronaldinho was a soccer genius. I started to pay attention when Sir Alex was keen on signing him back in 2003, only to get outbid by Barcelona. Instantly he became a walking highlight reel at Barcelona and started his own personal collection of “Player of the Year” awards from Europe, [...]
It’s been 18 years since Real Madrid was able to hoist the Copa del Rey trophy, and following Cristiano Ronaldo’s precision header against Barca - they finally got that chance. The players were overjoyed, the fans were overjoyed, the city was overjoyed. People were shaking with excitement . . . and I guess that may be [...]
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