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Brazil this week: much strife, much unity.
Kepping the ball in front of you is a little harder with 9mm bullet in your skull.
Were you trying to get through downtown Rio to get to the airport on Sunday night? Ha ha, poor dope.
Jozy Altidore might not be a household name yet, but he’s making a strong case to get there. Altidore, striker on the U.S. Men’s National soccer team, has been playing out of his mind during the World Cup qualifiers. He put the icing on the cake yesterday, scoring for the fourth consecutive game to tie a national team record.
Nigeria’s First Shot Of The Confederations Cup Took Three Deflections Off Tahitian Players Before Somehow Finding The Goal
It what can only be called “a really, really, really bad break,” Tahiti found themselves down early in their first Group B game of the Confederations Cup versus Nigeria today. In the fifth minute, Nigeria’s Elderson Uwa Echiejile lined up a shot that appeared to have no chance of going in. Joke’s on us — and on Tahiti — as you’ll see after the jump.
Confederations Cup: Brazil’s Neymar Hits Nasty Volley While Brazil’s President Keeps Blowing Into His Microphone (VIDEOS)
This guy still plays in Brazil, but that won’t be for long. Neymar will be as household a name as Ronaldinho in a year (he’s headed to Barcelona.) Brazil ended up beating Japan 3-0 in what is essentially a World Cup dry run. Oh, and Brazil’s President thinks his mic is broken…
Finally: Goal Line Technology Will Be On Display Today During Brazil’s Confederations Cup Match Against Japan
This video shows how the revolutionary system works with the most overly dramatic music possible. I’m on the edge of my seat waiting for something interesting to happen and all I’m seeing is a guy rolling a ball over the line. Shoot it, dude! Ugh, so boring, which is ironic, considering we’re talking about soccer…
This video comes to you from the small island of Aruba off the coast of Venezuela, where club teams Britannia and Nacional played in the Aruba playoffs. In the closing minutes of stoppage time the slightly overweight goalie scores off a sliding kick and he couldn’t be happier about it.