This article made me feel sick to my stomach. How can people actually stoop this low and do something like this? What if there were kids in that section or older people? It doesn’t matter…it’s absolutely disgusting any way you look at it!
During the recently-played Spurs vs West Ham game, an idiot pee’d into a red solo cup and then threw it up in the air into the away team (West Ham) section.
His buddy filmed the whole thing and they thought they were heroes…what fuckin’ losers!
What makes me even more upset is that they were Spurs supporters; a club I have followed ever since I can remember. Now all Spurs supporters will have a bad rap because of morons like this.
Well, they got caught, and I believe they are now banned for life. Thank goodness for that. These people don’t belong in football.
Too-da-loo shitheads !!
As most of you know, FIFA recently hosted its annual awards in London and CR7 was crowned the best men’s player. Sorry, I just had to mention that again in case you forgot.
At these awards, the “5 Best Goalkeepers in the World” were nominated by fellow players.
Being a retired goalkeeper, this list was obviously of huge interest to me.
WTF – No Thibaut Cortois ??
What does a kid do when he finds £5 at the Huddersfield Town vs Manchester United game? He sends it to his favourite footballer.
This is such a cute story and shows how innocent kids are.
Nine-year-old Adam Bhana found £5 at the John Smith’s Stadium. He sent a personal letter with the £5 note as a gift for Australian midfielder, Aaron Mooy, after his man-of-the-match performance against Manchester United.
In the accompanying letter, Adam wrote “Mooy can keep the money because he played very well and scored”.
Gotta love this kid!
Growing up in South Africa, living in a crime-ridden society, car theft is a normal, everyday occurrence. I have been victim to a hijacking myself, and all I can say is that it was the longest three minutes of my life. I honestly thought I was going to die. Luckily, all they took was my wallet, cell phone, and vehicle.
In Brazil, it seems they have a similar issue where violence and theft ravages their cities, just like in South Africa.
Here we see CCTV footage of Brazilian goalkeeper, Jefferson, who was carjacked at gunpoint. The Botafogo shot-stopper, who has made 22 appearances for his country, was on his way to training when the terrifying incident happened.
Why can the world not be a happy place? Why is there a group of people who just seem to want what others have but don’t want to work for it?
I wish we could all live a safe life and not have to worry about crap like this. To everyone I know in South Africa, please be safe!
In an earlier article, I had a list with the top five goalkeepers in the world. Now, I will move onto the world’s best defenders. Personally, I am very thankful for defenders as they have often saved me from many goals against.
On a funny note, defenders cannot score worth shit; but when they are lucky enough to actually score, they are high on their horse for the next few weeks. They honestly think they are now a top class striker and will go forward at every opportunity they can get. That is my two-cents on defenders…you’re welcome!
Click the link for a list of the top 20 defenders in the world as voted by fellow players.
Typical excuses in football for losing games range from refereeing decisions to fixture congestion. But when tasked with defending failures on the pitch, both managers and players have shown they can be extremely creative when passing the buck.
Recently we had Pep Guardiola saying the match ball was too light and this is why Man City couldn’t score against Wolves. Pep, really ?? The match ball being light ?? Really ??
Some of these excuses are beauties I must say!
In today’s day and age of high end stadium security and it being tighter than ever, one intrepid Palmeiras fan still managed to smuggle a live creature into a Brazilian top-tier clash with Atletico GO.
Indeed, the supporter somehow snuck his pig through the turnstiles at the Estadio Olimpico Pedro Ludovico and was subsequently photographed proudly holding his porcine pal aloft in the terraces.
ESPN Brasil managed to get an interview with the pig-wielding fan, Lucio Nunes, at the match. It’s a glorious bit of footage, even if you don’t understand Portuguese.
This is quite concerning though…how does this happen? If a pig can be smuggled into a stadium, what else could be smuggled undetected into the stadium?
Security definitely dropped the ball on this one…
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