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This kid will never pay for another chocolate milk for the rest of his young life. With this screamer against Manchester United he’s a child hero. Period. That’s how this thing works.

Consider him signed. You’ll be hearing more from this nameless, faceless, child … I can guarantee you that.


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Alex is so cute when she’s angry … well, I mean … I imagine she’d be.

I wouldn’t exactly call her angry at the moment but she did playfully call out NBA star Chris Paul and skateboarder/MTV personality guy Rob Dyrdek on Twitter. The three are competing in a March Madness Celebrity Bracket Challenge and Morgan recently submitted her picks. You can view them and the Twitter exchange below.

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At first glance, this looks like your basic Sports Illustrated March Madness cover. We’ve got star Indiana basketball player Victor Oladipo in the middle, a bunch of loyal Hoosiers fans and … wait a minute … are those soccer players in this photo? You know, two of the guys who are losing their minds next to Oladipo?

Wouldn’t you know it: it’s Femi Hollinger-Janzen (front right, with trademark dreadlocks) and starting center back Kerel Bradford (to the left of Oladipo, giving the salute) finding their way into this shoot. I guess with it being the offseason they have plenty of time on their hands to hangout and hijack magazine covers. Just like soccer players, always stealing the show!


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In the small confined spaces, you have to find ways out.

Andres Iniesta was talking about the tactics of his childhood small-sided games, but he could’ve just as easily been referring to anyone’s humble beginnings. We all start somewhere.

The Barcelona star gives us a glimpse into his start in this cool Nike ad.


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Well, the video is titled best goal of the year 2013, and I’m not sure we’re ready to crown it just yet, but it’s pretty darn good. Not to mention, it has a beat that demands a Jersey Shore fist pump.



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We’ve seen this movie before. It happened again when someone randomly released this bird at East Lancashire Derby.

Apparently, no one in the stadium has ever seen Rocky II and realizes how difficult it actually is to catch a chicken. They don’t just walk into your kitchen and lay down their lives, there’s a chase involved. There’s always a chase. Why do you think running scared is called “being chicken”? Yeah, it’s not because you’re delicious; let’s get that out of your of your head right now.

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Meet Javan Torre, the UCLA standout and US U20 National team starter who would one day love to draw cartoons? Ok …

A phenomenal soccer player, but an even more interesting person, we chatted with the Santa Monica, California native who just happens to have the same initials as Justin Timberlake. We’re just sayin …

Special thanks to FCLA Vice President Mark Shanley, a former coach of mine, who set up this interview and is a former coach and invaluable role model in my life. 


Against whom did you debut for the US U20 team, and give a one-word emotion to explain that feeling?

JT: Canada. Fulfilling


While in Mexico for the Concacaf U20 tournament were you able to see the city?

JT: Not much. We went into town once. It was nice, we saw a beautiful cathedral. While we were there it was mostly business. It was very important couple of weeks, but you always want to see a new country. We were lucky enough to go out couple of times.


If given the opportunity to go professional right now, would you take it or finish college?

JT: Immediate reaction is to say (I’d go pro) now, but it depends on the situation at hand. Getting an education is never a bad decision. If a contract offer were given to me I would still weigh all the pros and cons.


Who is the best player you have played against?

JT: The number 10 player on Mexico, Corona; he is a pretty good player.

Follow Javan’s interview after the jump.

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This just in: Britney Spears is a soccer mom. She was spotted this past weekend watching her son Jayden (this just in: Britney Spears has a SON!) play a soccer match. Now, if that isn’t exciting I don’t know what is!

Also, for those of you just dying to know (which is probably none of you), Britney is wearing Skinny Camisole by skinnytees. Yay!

[Just Jared]


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Thought you might need a pick me up this morning; something to make you feel better about your 2007 mountain bike that’s parked safely in grandma’s garage.

Yeah, this is how Wayne Rooney gets around and I’m officially annoyed about it. I’m not mad at Rooney, exactly, I’m more annoyed at the narrator who says things like: at $45,500 it’s the cheapest thing in his garage.

Awesome, lady. It’s also a relief to know that he drives a Bentley, because as Sunshine Suzy reminds us: he couldn’t NOT have a Bentley in his collection!

I don’t even think that’s proper English, which is pretty sad considering you’re talking about one of England’s best. Whatever …


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