Today’s Friday Sports Funny features the “clean sheet” in soccer. That’s because no other sport flaunts its language with the poetic depictions and eccentric expressions like soccer or international football. Whether it’s a bookable offense for wayward defending, bringing one’s … Continue reading
The sprinting soccer players are quickly turning a corner.
They just physically turned a corner as a team, and they are metaphorically turning in the right direction to continued success.Continue reading
Today’s Friday Sports Funny pokes fun at the old sports cliche – the ref swallowed his whistle. It’s easy to see in this blog’s comic that the screaming coach and the agitated players are incredulous that the ref hasn’t blown … Continue reading
Today’s Friday Sports Funny lampoons sports media’s growing trend of politically correct reporting. My intent is not to debate our country’s Second Amendment rights on gun ownership or take sides on whether the Washington Redskins team name should be banished … Continue reading
After watching Euro2016 and Copa America games over the past two weeks, I feel compelled to post this 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog about the unique language and other oddities associated with the sport of soccer. Known as football throughout … Continue reading
Today’s #TBT Sports Blog recognizes one of the sports world’s greatest commentators – global soccer’s Ian Darke. ESPN recently signed Darke to a well earned contract extension to cover FIFA, EPL and international football matches for the network. This velvet … Continue reading
Today’s #TBT sports blog recalls English soccer great Jack The Giraffe Charlton. The iconic British footballer carried a distinct advantage every time he ran onto the soccer field. Ironically, the leg up this English legend enjoyed over the competition was … Continue reading
Incredible athletes, iconic coaches and passionate fans cause both the wealthiest and poorest nations of the world to bask in the brilliance of the Beautiful Game.
In this FREE soccer book, you won’t need to fear the sport’s most frightening characters, aptly nicknamed Scarface and The Cannibal.
You’ll enjoy reading about the cleverly named and highly entertaining British soccer players Spice Boy and Calamity James.
You’ll even discover there really was a Fifth Beatle.
You’ll look up to the goal scoring exploits of taller, long-necked stars The Giraffe and Two Meter Peter.
You’ll relish in the allure of the Beautiful Game, the cleanliness of a goalie’s extra-tidy clean sheet and the “joie de vie” that a Frenchman named Va Va Voom exudes.
References to monarchs, leaders and twentieth century politics are captured by this sport. Expect to meet a Kaiser, a Child of the King and come face to face with soccer’s impenetrable Berlin Wall.Continue reading
The sports world’s ultimate talking head, MIKE shares 25 of his all-time favorite soccer comics.
MIKE’s clever comics capture the moments, people and clichéd expressions that encompass the world’s most popular sport.
Enjoy this FREE book on MIKE’s 25 all-time favorite soccer comics.Continue reading
The World Cup 2010 kicked off with a bang – or should I say – a curious, cacophonous chorus of South African vuvuzela. Vu-vu-ze-what you might you might be asking. No, vu-vu-ze-la, as in the Setswana name for a plastic … Continue reading