People act out in strange ways when they are angry, perhaps making them look back on their actions afterwards and wonder why the hell they did what they did. Luckily for them, though, those moments most likely won't go viral.
That's not the case for Besnik Hasi, the head soccer coach for Royal Sports Club Anderlecht in the Netherlands.
How long does this World Cup fiasco last? A year-and-a-half or some such nonsense? Why, oh why can't it be over, so all the soccer(futbol) bandwagon hoppers-on can shut up about it, and we can all get back to our miserable lives. Bitter...
World Cup fever has struck. This kid sums up my feelings on the whole ordeal. He's sitting in his room playing with his toys when USA scores! Screams come from the other room. His commentary is priceless.
England took on Italy in the first round of the World Cup over the weekend.
As time was winding down Saturday in Manaus, Brazil, England found itself down 2-1. After a free kick by Italy deflected off the crossbar and out of bounds, England's goalie, Joe Hart, was pretty anxious for his goal kick. Like really really anxious.
I'm going to be straight here. I don't get soccer (or as the rest of the world calls it, futbol). This is a sport? A bunch of guys jogging. Face it soccer fans, you're watching a bunch of guys jog up and down the field. Oh, wait! He kicked the ball! More jogging. Yawn.
But for the rest of the world, where the NFL is just a dream, and all their best hockey players have left their respective countri
I'm a big sports guy. I love baseball, football, hockey, boxing, etc., but the one sport I could just never get into is soccer. Right now, the World Cup is going on and I couldn't care less. It doesn't interest me what so ever.
But I just discovered a video of Former Playboy Playmates playing football and all of a sudden I'm willing to give soccer another shot. At the very least, I certainly have