For those of you who have lost you soccer fever since the World Cup ended (or also known as: everyone who doesn’t play soccer). It’s time to get that fever back. Well, at least a mild soccer headache. Something small enough to muster up enough to watch this :19 second video. I know soccer is fairly boring, but this video is fun to watch. I promise.
This is quite possibly the best soccer celebration ever. بوكر عربي The only thing that would make this celebration cooler would be if they had soccer players suspend from helicopters flying above, only to be fake killed upon landing safely on the turf.
This second celebration comes from the other kind of football. The kind of football we relish here in AMURIKA… Only it comes from the Canadian version of our sport. Those maple leaf loving sissies. كازينو دوت كوم
However, I must say that there is one aspect of their game that is better than ours: touchdown celebrations. Their commissioner doesn’t have his panties in a wad and hasn’t forgotten the fact that professional football is still in the entertainment business and nothing else. كيف تربح في البوكر Thus, when someone scores in the Canadian Football League, you get to be further amused by an entertaining touchdown dance or celebration. I say we ship Rodger Goodell off to Canada along with the hybrids.
Canada may have us beat in hockey and professional football touchdown celebrations being legal, but we still have the wonderful sport of baseball. Well, the grounds keeping of the sport at least.
Earlier this week, a grounds crew in Alberta, Canada spread diesel fuel all over their community field and then proceeded to light it on fire to dry it after it rained.
“What usually takes a day, day and a half for Mother Nature to take care of, we did in half an hour,” Gerry Peterson said after his crew spread diesel fuel on the field and ignited it last week.
The city then closed the field for the season. Man, talk about raining on this ground crew’s parade.