SportsFilter: The Saturday Huddle:
A place to discuss the sports stories that aren't making news, share links that aren't quite front-page material, and diagram plays on your hand. Remember to count to five Mississippi before commenting in anger.
posted by huddle to general at 06:00 AM - 8 comments
Is it normal for a soccer player to go into the opponent's goal and drink the goalie's water? Zlatan Ibrahimovic did it in Sweden-England yesterday after yelling at Joe Hart following Sweden's go-ahead, 2-1 goal.
posted by rcade at 10:44 AM on June 16
Manny Ramirez requests release, says he's at peace with decision
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posted by justgary at 11:52 AM on June 16
What was the deal with Ibra yelling at Hart? So long to the biggest wildcard of the tournament, non-Italian division.
posted by yerfatma at 12:04 PM on June 16
I don't like the use of the orwellian phrase 're-education' in the title of that story. I'm glad I live in America where people are still free to be dicks.
posted by insomnyuk at 12:22 PM on June 16
The good news is that we still have one game left for Sweden in which they have absolutely nothing to play for, meaning Ibra can go full on crazy.
posted by Mr Bismarck at 01:07 PM on June 16
I'm glad I live in America where people are still free to be dicks.
We might not use the word "re-education" so comfortably here, but we've mastered the concept too. Employers in the U.S. often make employees undergo sensitivity training after a controversy of this kind.
posted by rcade at 01:45 PM on June 16
I don't like the use of the orwellian phrase 're-education' in the title of that story
Me neither: it suggests Cassano paid attention the first time.
posted by yerfatma at 02:40 PM on June 16
Czechs become the first team ever to win a European Championship group with a negative goal difference.
posted by Mr Bismarck at 06:24 PM on June 16
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