December 3, 2010
Ah snow we love it, but when it comes to fooball it has its positives and negatives as you can see in the pictures below
But does it stop us from playing? does it heck have a look here
December 3, 2010
Hit me baby, one more time’ is hardly the rendition that Emmanuel Rivas would be looking to sing any time soon. Even if he did, he would hope that people around, especially his Bari teammates did not take him too literally. Not after he has only just set up his side’s goal!
So, there are those who pretend to hit and then there are those who hit. Francesco Caputo clearly belongs to the latter category and he exhibited some interesting celebration methods, those that should clearly not be attempted at home.
After scoring his team’s equaliser in a game against Cesena, Caputo scored the equaliser thanks to Rivas’ superb set-up. Then, it is not clear whether Rivas did sing the aforementioned, but in a celebration rage, Caputo knocked his teammate’s head over with a well-aimed box that would have made a bantamweight boxer proud.
If revealing one’s innerwear gets a player a booking, shouldn’t this be red-carded?
December 2, 2010
Here is the Savage filming himself dancing The Sprinkler to big Sauce’s hit Barbra Streisand, not a bad effort Savage but crouchy still is king for me.Good luck to the england boys for round 2, but for now i leave you with the savster C,mon!
November 24, 2010
As a sport, soccer is one of those rare breeds which can be continued to be played in inclement conditions – rain, snow, wind, you name it.
However, even by soccer’s own high standards, a game under gale-like conditions is something quite unheard of. Argentina provided this first.
In a game between CAI and Instituto in the Primera B, the entire 90 minute were played out in such forcefully windy conditions that the direction of the football changed during the course of kicks.
What started out as a serious soccer game fast turned into a farce when a goal-kick from the keeper was blown back into his direction and resulted in a corner. One wonders whether he reacted in frustration or thanked the Almighty for not depositing the ball into the goal instead!
The goal-keepers were wiser after the event.
And for the records, Instituto ‘breezed’ past CAI one to nothing