Video :: David Beckham talks Retirement and being an NFL kicker

Filed under: Becks, Culture & Lifestyle

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Last night, David Beckham went on Jimmy Kimmel Live and talked over a few things that he’s up to and doing these days. One of those, he reveals just how he spends all of his time now that he’s retired, which is very reminiscent of any dad in his 40′s. Plus, David talks about the Super Bowl and reveals whether or not he ever had the chance to become an NFL kicker.

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Here is the full version of the commercial with Becks and Reggie Bush. Its called “Football meets Football.” I’d actually forgotten about this one.

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Filed under: Culture & Lifestyle, Social Issues

In case you missed it, we wanted to share a video of the folks behind #HASHTAGLUNCHBAG when they were on the news earlier this week.

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Martin Odegaard Trains With Real Madrid First Team

Filed under: La Liga News, Highlights, Videos, and Scores | Spanish La Liga, Soccer News

~~  Can you even imagine what it was like for Martin Odegaard this morning as he walked out onto the field for his first training session with Real Madrid’s Galaticos?

By the way, this is the picture of Gareth Bale with his arm around Odegaard after training that was floating around….. Love it.  Think the kid is going to do just fine for himself.

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Trailer :: Ted 2 starring Seth MacFarlane & Mark Wahlberg

Filed under: Culture & Lifestyle, Trailers, Videos

~~  Hell. Yes.  The one liners that are gonna come out of this movie…..

Newlywed couple Ted and Tami-Lynn want to have a baby, but in order to qualify to be a parent, Ted will have to prove he’s a person in a court of law.

Release Date :: June 26th, 2015

Starring :: Mark Wahlberg, Amanda Seyfried & Seth MacFarlane

Trailer - Ted2

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MLS Announces Sale Of KickTV To Copa90

Filed under: Culture & Lifestyle, MLS News, Highlights, Videos, and Scores | Major League Soccer Highlights

~~  Incredibly interested to see how this new deal works out for both sides going forward……

MLS will retain an ownership stake in the newly created company and will work strategically with Copa90. Per MLS policy, specific terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“Today is an exciting day for our company,” said Tom Thirlwall, CEO, Copa90. “We are welcoming an industry leader and creating the largest premium football fan network. This acquisition rapidly escalates our plan and gives us an entrance to the North American market with a brilliant team and operation ready to go in New York. We cannot wait to tell more of the amazing football stories that are emerging as a new fan culture develops in the world’s biggest sports market. This is just the beginning of the expansion of Copa90 but this deal with MLS is a landmark.”

“We have built a successful global soccer platform and we’re very proud of that,” said Gary Stevenson, President and Managing Director, MLS Business Ventures. “This is the next step in KICKTV’s evolution. We are delighted to maintain an interest in the company and we will support its growth moving forward. We’re excited about KICKTV and Copa90.”

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adidas Release TWO New Mexico Jerseys

Filed under: Culture & Lifestyle, Mexico

~~  Clean and classic color ways chosen for the new adidas x Mexico drop……

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Luis Figo To Challenge Sepp Blatter for FIFA Presidency

Filed under: FIFA, Luis Figo, Sepp Blatter, Soccer News


I like this right here. I like this for a lot of reasons.

It seems like more and more people are willing to step up and challenge Sepp Blatter. That’s a good thing. At the very least, there should be options. Whether or not people end up voting for change, that is an entirely different story. But there should, at the very least, be some options on the FIFA ballot. On any ballot!

Luis Figo clearly cares about the sport. He seems like he genuinely wants to give back to the sport that has clearly given him so much. Just look at some of his quotes from this CNN interview:

“I care about football, so what I’m seeing regarding the image of FIFA — not only now but in the past years — I don’t like it.”

“If you search FIFA on the internet you see the first word that comes out: scandal — not positive words. It’s that we have to change first and try to improve the image of FIFA. Football deserves much better than this.”

-It sure does, Luis.

“I’ve been talking with so many important people in football — players, managers, president of federations — and they all think that something has to be done.

“Last year was the World Cup, I was in Brazil and I saw the reaction of all the fans regarding the image of FIFA and I think something has to be changed.

“Change in leadership, governance, transparency and solidarity, so I think it’s the moment for that.”

Figo has served on the UEFA Football Committee from 2011 to 2015 so he’s go that experience. I’m sure he would have the support of plenty of people in various capacities in the game. And he sounds like he really cares about the problems that are taking place and the way that FIFA is tarnishing the image of the sport around the world.

And then there was this from Figo about the whole Michael Garcia report and FIFA refusing to publish it:

“After that report was not published I think that was the moment of change and the moment I thought that something had to be done,” Figo explained.

“If you are transparent and if you ask for an investigation, a report, which you have nothing to hide, why don’t you make public that report? If you have nothing to hide about that, you have to do it.

“[Publishing the report] is the easy thing to do if all the people is doubting what happened. If it came from FIFA to order that report and after that you don’t publish, it is not a good decision.”

Beating out Sepp in the election might prove to be a monumental task. But I’m happy to see Figo and a few others putting their name on the ballot. It needs to be done. Seems like some change there is long overdue.

Check the full interview over at CNN.

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Clint Dempsey and Jurgen Klinsmann Preview US v Chile

Filed under: Chile, Clint Dempsey, Friendlies, Jurgen Klinsmann, US National Team, us soccer, Videos

Clint Dempsey and Jurgen Klinsmann speak a bit ahead of the Chile v US match that will be taking place in a few hours. Clearly everyone with US Soccer is trying to get 2015 off to a successful start and they have a very formidable opponent in Chile. This should be a pretty good test for the US, especially playing Chile away.

I’m just happy to see the US back on the field.

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