“Miami nights honored to meet this man @neymarjr…. And this man @marcelotwelve life is too crazy…going up” – Champagne on IG
Sooooo, Brazil is playing Colombia at Sun Life Stadium tomorrow in Miami. Looks like they were down to blow off a little bit of steam and hang out with another city of Miami aficianado, Drizzy Drake. The game is a friendly. No need to not take advantage of being in MIA….
FA Cup winners Arsenal, Paddy Power, Stonewall and the Gay Football Supporters’ Network have again teamed up to help tackle one of the toughest challenges in sport: homophobia in football.
Following last years campaign where players from 52 clubs across the UK laced up to show their support for gay players the rainbow colored boot laces are back and have been dispatched to every single professional player in the UK, including youth and women’s teams, alongside deliveries to all MPs and leading political figures.
This year Stonewall is asking everyone to show their support by lacing up over the 13th and 14th of September which they have dubbed, Rainbow Lace weekend.
Fans and grass-root players will also be asked to tweet their support using the official hashtag: #RainbowLaces.
For more information on what you can do to help, or to find out more about what Stonewall does in the community, head over here to the Stonewall official website for more information.
I remember when it was more likely for the US National Team to be treated as the away team at the majority of their games played here in the US. And although it is becoming more and rare for that to happen, there will always be countless fans from other countries that will ensure that their nation is as supported as much as possible when they play the US in the US. There is no stronger example of this like there is when the US plays Mexico. Whether it be a friendly or a competitive match, fans of both teams come out heavy and do whatever they can to support their teams and win the battle of which team has the most loud, vocal and supportive fans.
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It’s our boy Rauwshan’s turn to give some insight into the coach that influenced him the most in his career. Each of the players so far have touched on different aspects of what they picked up along the way, and Rauwshan’s is straight forward but so important. Show up and do the work. Do extra. Come in early. Stay late. That goes for a soccer player or any other career. Work harder than everyone else and you will be successful.
Make sure to get out to a theater around you the weekend of September 12th to check out the movie Believe which touches on the importance of the roles that players and coaches play in each others lives.
Dale, Kurt and Nick decide to start their own business but things don’t go as planned because of a slick investor, prompting the trio to pull off a harebrained and misguided kidnapping scheme.
I’m going to be honest, I was very skeptical about the first flick. I thought it just seems like a trailer movie and would leave me wanting if I saw it in a theatre. But, I had to take a flight across the country for something and I caught it on the plane and I was laughing my bag off. Then, when I got home it was playing on Home Box Office or Skinemax and it was even funnier in the comfort of my crib. It was a really good movie.
And, for good measure, I think we all king of saw Jennifer Aniston in a whole new light. Not necessarily because of the whole super sexualized thing (although that didn’t hurt) but we actually got to see her being pretty fucking funny. Like, really fucking funny. Even though her character on Friends was funny, she was too much of a smoke to notice. She’s still a smoke, but I think there is something different about her after all we’ve seen of her in the last decade or so, after Friends.
From that red band trailer, and this new one as well, you can tell that her character has that same filthy disgusting mouth and its awesome. And then there was the window scene….
Looking forward to seeing this one.
Horrible Bosses 2, the sequel to 2011′s Horrible Bosses, is produced by New Line Cinema and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures to be released on November 26, 2014.
The cast and major stars for HB2: Jason Bateman as Nick Hendricks, Charlie Day as Dale Arbus, Jason Sudeikis as Kurt Buckman, Jennifer Aniston as Dr. Julia Harris and Jamie Foxx as Dean “Motherfuckah” Jones
Also starring, Chris Pine as Rex, Christoph Waltz as an Investor, Kevin Spacey as David Harken and Jonathan Banks as Detective Hatcher
~~ We’ve been fortunate to call Los a friend for a long, long time… Back to the days of club and High School rivalries in Southern California… Thinking back over his career – Alta Loma High School, UCLA, Chicago Fire, Captain of various US National Teams (110 Full National Team Caps / 14 Goals), Fulham, Rennes, Saint-Etienne, Rangers, Racing Santander and finally Chivas USA – Los led with dignity and class while paving the way for American & CONCACAF players abroad. Very few people will ever know what it’s like to play at such a high level in five different countries and still Captain the US Men’s National Team. And after 14 years he’s decided to call it a day and focus on the next stage of life, something that he’s spent the last couple of years setting up behind the scenes. Check out CB3 Sports Performance & Soccer Academy.
You know what’s cool? A drone getting footage from high above and changing the vantage point. You know what’s badass? An eagle soaring over a soccer game with a GoPro attached to it. That’s right, an eagle. Club America just upped the game with this eagle soaring over their game and capturing some legit “birds eye view” type ish.
Every other soccer team in the world, the content game has just been upped. Club America, you win today. Felicidades!
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