Zinedine Zidane is back and he has partnered with Adidas for a 5 on 5 tournament. In the video, Zizou prepares for a 5-a-side tournament to end all 5-a-side tournaments with the new adi5 5’s trainers. Check out the teaser after the jump.
Richard Swarbrick created this amazing artistic animation representing Barcelona’s 5-0 win over Real Madrid earlier this season.
It looks like David Villa’s soul patch didn’t fit under the category of artistic and I think Swarbick should make a video of Sergio Ramos dropping the Spanish Cup trophy and then running it over.
Let me tell you my two favorite things.
- Soccer. I assume you feel the same way, or you probably wouldn’t care about this blog.
- Going out (preferably in the evening because waking up before noon is a struggle) with my friends and chasing members of the opposite sex.
Here is my dilemma, you can’t do both at the same time! UNTIL NOW! Allow me to introduce “Poolball”
With the same rules as pool, but with the use of soccer balls, “poolball” is what happens when soccer meets nightlife.
I have been daydreaming of using the moccasin shot to sink the 8-ball and win all day. In fact, this could become the real-life version of “BASEketball”. Seriously, if there is room for a Quidditch League in America, I can’t see how this wouldn’t take off.
VIDEO AFTER THE JUMP.
When Northampton Town’s Liam Davis scored an injury time equalizer against Rotherham on Saturday, the home crowd went nuts as the point earned kept them out of the League Two relegation zone for another day. Naturally, fans get a bit excited during times like this and some decide to jump the fence and run on the field. Usually, they’re carted off and arrested, case closed. However, this time it was a bit unusual when a young man in a motorized wheelchair took to the field in celebration.
Although security was right there to stop it, they didn’t. Honestly, what kind of an asshole is going to stop a handicapped kid from doing his thing? Not anyone I know, and security probably felt the same way. A spokesman said:
“Obviously we can never condone any supporter coming onto the pitch but at the same time we understand the excitement and the reactions shown.”
AKA…“We would have looked like jerks if we had done anything!”
Check out the video after the jump
Two hours after setting up a Twitter account Darron Gibson (@dgibbo28), midfielder for Manchester United, received so many insults he deleted the account. You know you’re hated when you can only have a Twitter account up for two hours because of “hate” tweets.
Wayne Rooney also set up a Twitter account and has received a lot of heat but he hasn’t shut his down yet. Maybe Gibson should grow some tougher skin because he should know when you are famous and you put yourself out there, haters will gladly stand up to voice their opinion. Two hours, though? I guess people really don’t like you.
The Nike Free Run+2 City Pack celebrates the new school while capturing the essence of five of the world’s most colorful travel destinations. With Shanghai hitting it large in burgundy, London lounging in off-white cream, Rio de Janeiro going pine green, Tokyo taking it back in black and NYC cooling out in crisp anthracite, this globetrotting collection is due to touch down in the coming months.
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