The Real Football Factories: London - Documentary

Later for you Pats haters, it’s Monday people. Last night was a terrible night for American football, so I figured we take it back to the motherland (of white people) and talk about some real football.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6557455685442886527

I know Americans are too good for soccer, because we like sports that are more controversial, corrupt, and easily fixed, but sometimes you just gotta branch out (esp. when your American Football team just giftwraps games for their opponent). I mean, think of all the soccer fanatics in the world!

Besides, soccer has this great thing going on with hooliganry, the likes of which could only be found in a Red Sox v. Yankees rivalry in America. I know there are other heated sports rivalries, but none where the fans kill each other and crap. Anyway, watch the video and enjoy. It’s about hooligans for God’s sake.

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Posted: November 16th, 2009
at 11:21am by Black Ock


Categories: documentary

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  1. You expose your utter ignorance in regard to European football when you imply that American sports are some how less controversial, corrupt or more easily fixed. If you actually followed the sport, which I doubt you do, you would know that between rampant diving, inconsistent offsides calls, game-deciding penalty kicks, etc. you will be hard-pressed to find any sport with this much controversy in EVERY game. Oh and if you think American sports are corrupt take a look at the Italian Calciopoli match fixing scandal from a few years ago. This wasn’t a NBA referee betting on games, or some players taking steroids in baseball, this was the coordinated effort of team representatives to get favorable calls in matches. So try to understand the stuff you write about before you post something this asinine again.

    Michael

    16 Nov 09 at 4:38 pm

     

  2. Um Michael. What the hell is YOUR problem? I already stated that we don’t watch that shit. Haha.

    So let me get this straight, you wrote more than I did in the post in your comment because you disagree with one sentence (that American sports are corrupt and easily fixed)?

    Dude, that was supposed to be the humorous part of the post, but obviously you’re too dense. I’m demoting you back to Ninja in training. Go hit a ball with a mallet or something, jeez.

    ninja in training

    16 Nov 09 at 6:39 pm

     

  3. It is nice to live in the Internet age where you can build a blog, grow considerable delusions of grandeur and pretend to know what you are talking about. I pray that the day this blog rises out of obscurity never comes.

    Michael

    16 Nov 09 at 11:17 pm

     

  4. LOL, Michael you are funny- you are fuel to the fire like all other haters out there! Keepin it moving…..

    Koookiecrumbles

    17 Nov 09 at 2:50 pm

     

  5. I like both footballs!

    ChiBroker

    17 Nov 09 at 6:49 pm

     

  6. Yeah, triumphant rise from obscurity. Michael – less grey poupon, more common sense please.

    Frenzied

    18 Nov 09 at 12:01 pm

     

  7. With Ireland’s loss yesterday to France, this is a great opportunity to call for video replays to curve “rampant” “un-fair” officiating decisions……….

    But lets remember that soccer is the only sport that does not have a start stop measure of flow…..it is a game of fluidity, so I say no to instant replays and yes to the evening out of bad and good calls in the world game!

    crumbles

    19 Nov 09 at 4:18 pm

     


 

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