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For those of you unfamiliar with the term, a “Rabona” is when you kick the ball with the wrong foot. It does not work from beyond a few feet away from goal (or really anywhere). This is a once in a lifetime score. Remarkable.
How humiliating was Sunderland’s 8-0 defeat to Southampton on Saturday? So humiliating that the 2,650 fans that travelled 650 miles to watch the game live at St. Mary’s Stadium are going to receive a ticket refund from the club.
Let’s just come up with as many bad ideas as possible and see how many Qatar can pull off by 2022.
Peter Biaksangzuala, 23, had just scored a goal for Bethlehem Vengthlang FC, and injured his spinal cord while doing a somersault.
The line between soccer and politics often gets blurred. And this week it happened again when a drone carrying a politically provocative flag caused the canceling of a Serbia vs. Albania match because of rioting and fighting.
Why The Hell Is MLS Commissioner Don Garber Pissed At USMNT Coach Jurgen Klinsmann? We Explain Their Beef
MLS commissioner Don Garber held an impromptu phone conference with media members on Tuesday to lash out on U.S. Men’s National Team manager Jurgen Klinsmann for his comments on the American soccer league and to defend the greatest player to ever play for the national team, Landon Donovan. Was Klinsmann giving Garber the cold-hard truth regarding the structure of soccer in America?
Fans invading the field, fireworks, flying chairs — all set off by a drone? Holy crap, just look at this video following the jump.