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I am not an expert on Turkish soccer, but I’m fairly sure you can’t hold an extra soccer ball (or even the first one), and try to knock the other ball out of play. This guy seems to think this is a strange amalgamation of soccer, pinball and Ga-ga. How that wasn’t a red card and how the dude could act like he didn’t do anything… I’ll never understand.
As grainy as it is unbelievable, we must say.
Hooligan MacGyvers: Soccer Fans Kept Out Of Stadium, Rig Flare To Parachute, Send It Over Wall And Down On To Field
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. Likewise, when international soccer governing body UEFA bans you from entering your stadium because you keep shooting fireworks at the other team, make parachute flares and send them over the stadium wall.
There are many Thanksgiving foods, and they are all delicious. Every single one of them. Do not tell us otherwise, because you would be wrong. Unfortunately, Thanksgiving is eaten with other people, which means some foods might run out. So you have to prioritize. What’s can’t miss? What’s sorta can’t miss? And what can you ignore entirely? Because we at SportsGrid are masters of food porn, we figured we’d lend a helping hand on Thanksgiving, too.
Kobe Bryant is now the “global brand ambassador” for Turkish Airlines after signing a two-year endorsement deal that was announced on the company’s website. This has angered Armenian-American residents of L.A.
Allen Iverson made his debut today for the Turkish squad Besiktas, scoring 15 points a losing effort. Iverson also tallied 2 assists and 3 rebounds in 23 minutes, going 3/4 from the three-point line and 1/6 on two-pointers.