Vanderlei Luxemburgo, the coach of Brazilian team Gremio, was accused of teasing (yes, teasing) Huachipato manager Jorge Pellicier. So, following the match, the entire Huachipato squad decided to jump him.
From there, the riot squad, fans, ball boys, dogs and horses got involved. And that’s all I have to say about that.
Brazilian 4th division team Votuporanguense beat Fernandopolis 2-1 in a match Sunday that erupted into a brawl and 12 red cards.
The mayhem began when Fernandopolis’ goalkeeper took down Votuporanguense’s striker on a 1v1. After he got shown a red, things got out of hand. There were punches and flying kicks that mostly didn’t connect. It resulted in a few minor injuries and once things were settled down, 11 more red cards were handed out.
In an epic clash between the Philadelphia Passion and the Toronto Triumph, emotions ran high. Following a dynamic and heart-pounding 2 yard touchdown run, the Passion decided to do their best touchdown dance and even includes a “Philly leap!” The Toronto Triumph took exception to this demonstration resulting in this…
To recap, the Lingerie Football League does in fact exist. Here are some LFL facts to bring you up to speed:
The LFL was originally a pay-per-view event broadcast directly opposite the Super Bowl Halftime Show
The league consists of 20 games between 10 teams
The setup of two 15 minute halves along with a ten minute halftime allows for fans to conveniently only waste 40 minutes of their lives at a time
After losing the Copa Libertadores title, the soccer club Penarol was unable to accept their loss — and proceeded to fight the winner, Santos. After the final whistle, the action on the field didn’t end. Blows were thrown, and a crazy fight broke out which Penarol says was started by a Santos fan. While Santos blames the Penarol players for the brawl, saying they didn’t know how to accept defeat properly.