World Cup

Hump Day Rant Pt.11 World Cup Trolls
If you don't know the game enough to understand how it's the fastest growing sport in our country and the biggest in the world that's fine. We ask you though just sit back have a pint and don't complain. #1N1T
Luis Suarez Bites Opponent – Again
Luis Suarez cannot stop biting his opponents.
Last year, while playing for his club team, Liverpool, in the English Premier League, he bit Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic. In 2010, while playing for Ajax, the striker chomped down on the neck of rival Otman Bakkal...
Levack Has A Loving Message For All Soccer Fans [VIDEO]
As I watch the World Cup I find myself enjoying soccer. I am as shocked as anyone. However I find myself more and more annoyed with "Soccer Fan." I get it you're the best and I am not worthy to love your game but please hear me when I say...SHUT UP I'M WATCHING THE GAME!!…
U.S vs. Portugal Breaks World Cup Ratings
Less than 24 hours after the numbing last second 2-2 draw to Portugal one thing is official. The World Cup is the biggest sporting event going on in the country.
The ratings for U.S vs. Ghana (6.3) game was higher than game 5 of the NBA Finals...
US Portugal Tie Is Everything I Hate About Soccer
I have been a long time critic of soccer. My friends have always said if I REALLY give it a shot I'll love it. So here I am cheering on the US Men's National team in the World Cup. They take down Ghana in an exciting high drama game which I watched at Wolff's Beer Garden and LOVED the…
U.S. Settles for Draw Against Portugal
UNDATED (AP) — The U.S. was seconds away from earning a berth in the knockout stage at World Cup, clinging to a 2-1 lead deep into injury time against Portugal. But the Americans had to settle for a 2-2 tie as Varela scored on a header in the fifth extra minute to keep Portugal alive…
Will The U.S. Miss Altidore?
When striker Jozy Altidore pulled up lame with a strained hamstring in the United State's World Cup opener against Ghana, the hearts of most American soccer fans jumped up and lodged themselves firmly in their owners' throats.
Should they have, though...

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