Ive been seeing various videos of pro soccer players barely getting touched and falling to the ground in agonizing pain!
Pasco police put together a fun video!
Some of us around the station have been watching too much World Cup Soccer...
Lately, there has been some serious violence in the world of sports. First a high school football player hit another player with his helmet. Then, some high school hockey players mauled a referee who'd hit one of their teammates.
So apparently it was only a matter of time until it came to this: a soccer referee reaching for a gun to stop an on-field dispute. That is crazy!
More Americans watched the U.S. team's valiant fight against Belgium on Tuesday than the NBA final and the World Series final. And that game was in the middle of a workday afternoon. Pretty good for nobody caring.
The future of America in the World Cup will be determined tomorrow. How many people will actually stop and watch? Is this comparable to March Madness? Now way, that's every year (this is every four) and our national pride is on the line.
Ever since the movie "Rio" I've thought taking my family down to Brazil for a vacation would be a great thing -- especially for the World Cup. Brazil has a lot going for it. It's basically energy independent. They have some of the sexiest women in the world -- you know I'm a fan of the booty. Plus all the music and rich culture. However, all that changed with one statement from the Brazi
The world's most popular sport is football or, what we Yanks like to call, soccer. A group of coworkers from Minnesota, who enjoy both the American and European versions of football, decided that there can never be enough alternate team logos and recreated every NFL team logo to look like they were actually a soccer team, or football club, badge.
Their artistic idea was dubbed 'Football as Footbal
Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith has been receiving threats in Brazil after an incident at a drum clinic involving a soccer jersey, reports TMZ. When presented with a Flamengo club jersey on Sunday afternoon (Nov. 3), Smith waved the jersey around then stuck it down the back of his pants making a wiping motion and turned his tush with its newly affixed tail to the crowd before tossing the
I've been nostalgic for my childhood lately and was remembering the way youth soccer used to be in Tri-Cities. My kids are too young to play now, so I can't compare and contrast, but here are my favorite things about the way things used to be: