Monday, July 6, 2009

Monday Backpasses: Soccer fight!



Does David Moyes know that much better than anyone above the PDL in America. Plus, tansfer rumors [NYT Goal]
Or, Gooch could be going to Real Madrid. Highly unlikely, I think [ONTD_FB]
Ajax look into signing keeper who fans like to taunt because of his weight [101GG]
Falcao (not the one you are thinking of) scores a pretty nice goal [The Spoiler]
Well, that's one way to make sure Almunia makes the save [Two Footed Tackle]

Man U's new training top evokes a unfortunate uniform of the past [PIES]
Ever wonder where English players not good enough to play in England go? [WSC]
Fox appears to be bringing footy back all across their networks [EPL Talk]
John Oster, the spit roaster, is owed back pay by Crystal Palace [Sky Sports]

Finally:
How unlikely is the Indonesia bid for 2018? Let's just say that whatever the odds are, they are not long enough [SPAOTP]

5 comments:

Mike Georger said...

Fatty keeper: As a moob advocate I wholeheartedly embrace the presence of moobs in soccer, oooooh PIZZA!

Best comment from the Man U Nazi post: Hitler originally wanted Britain as an ally, if you've ever read Mein Kampf, but sadly, Britain refused and will now lose everything. :-(
I'm not sure how to take that.

"Ever wonder where English players not good enough to play in England go?"
Scotland?


NYC people I have a question. Can you reccomend some good bars for day drinking in the city? I'll be in town Friday for a Mets game but my bus doesn't leave until Saturday night (woo Chinatown Express) and have all day Saturday to drink.

Spectator said...

@Georger: We all liked Slainte, which is an Irish bar but owned by LFC supporters. It's in Chinatown, which is a plus. Or you should wander uptown to Bigus' Keeley's.

The Fan's Attic said...

There's also the Kinsale...Hirshey's haunt, as well Lingering's old haunt.

I'm not an NYC so you didn't really ask for my opinion.

Mike Georger said...

Well well well Slainte is less than a mile from my bus stop. Though I could probably knock off a dozen or so of that 100 pint list at Keeley's.

Mike Georger said...

So apparently Valencia's debt problems are gone, if this is true it could make the rest of the transfer window pretty damn interesting.