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Erik Lamela Will Forever Be Remembered As The Guy Who Scored A Rabona From Outside The Box

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.


Soccer

Qatar’s Newest Idea For Hosting World Cup Games Without People Dying: 1 A.M. Start Times

sepp blatter

Let’s just come up with as many bad ideas as possible and see how many Qatar can pull off by 2022.


NBASoccer

Here Are Those NBA-MLS Hybrid Logos You Were Asking For…

Ok, so maybe you didn’t ask for it — but they’re cool as hell.


SoccerVideo

Neymar Beats Japan 4-0

58 goals in 40 games, fifth on Brazil’s all-time scoring list, and one game against Germany that everyone will remember him for. Could be worse — he could be older than 22.


EPLVideo

PLAYER CAM: Everton’s U-21 GK Russell Griffiths Gives You A Taste Of Life Between The Posts

Move over Tim Howard! Everton released a video Tuesday of their under-21 goalkeeper Russell Griffiths going through individual drills during preseason camp in Austria. It seems like they made him wear a GoPro-like device on his chest to give fans a taste of what’s it like to work between the posts.


High SchoolSoccer

Cameraman Argues With Douchey Soccer Parents Who’re Mad At Injured Player

CAMERAMAN: “You people are stupid.”
PARENT: “Way to keep it classy, fat boy.”


SoccerVideo

Ahem, Feminine Hygene Product Falls Out Of, Ahem, Vagina During Soccer Contest

Not surprisingly, the British commentators reaction is PURE GOLD.


FIFASoccer

FIFA’s Approval To Have A Three-Minute Pause To Treat Concussions Is A Waste Of Time

FIFA was heavily criticized for not having a concussion protocol during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, but that may change moving forward. According to their website, FIFA will approve a new policy this week that will allow officials to take a three-minute pause so that an injured player can receive medical attention. The new protocol will be applied by UEFA starting on Sept. 30 in the Champions League.


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