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This is a picture of Wayne Rooney walking a soccer ball into the net. Usually, we’re told, players have to “kick” the ball “very hard” to make it get there. Watch the epic embarrassment with the eerily familiar scoreline, after the jump…
We get it, Chevy, you’re the new kit sponsor for Manchester United. Could you tone it down, please?
Meanwhile, Manchester United’s net worth has risen £110 million since the firing, according to Martyn Ziegler of the Press Association.
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— Football__Tweet (@Football__Tweet) March 26, 2014
I don’t think that Manchester United meant this slogan quite so ironically.
Wowiekazowie. We wish things like this still happened in FIFA. Maybe now that Rooney’s gone and scored a volley from midfield, EA Sports will update the game’s physics so that something like this is possible.
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See, some organizations don’t like it when you shorten their proper name to something that is easier to spell or say. As it turns out, Manchester United is one of those organizations — though their reason is slightly better than what the fraternities told me back in the day.
They’re almost identical. Both artisinally crafted free kicks from roughly the same distance, bent around a wall, off the post and in. But this is America. No ties (except at work or grandpa’s funeral). Watch ‘em both and help us pick which one was better, after the jump.