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Soccer player flips out

I think he flipped out. I really dont know if its a flip out or he gets hurt.

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by Stephen

submitted September 6th 2006

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dude that was fucked up looking if he was seriously hurt, if not it was pretty comical.
11 years ago
he's cookoo for Cocoa Puffs
11 years ago
for some reason I love the 2nd time he jumps up and falls in the sitted position. crack me up
11 years ago
How could that seriously be the result of getting seriously injured?

...severing the "Jump up and dance around stupidly" Nerve?

Idontthinkso.
11 years ago
in the chinese medical practice, there is a pressure point in the human body once u hit it u will start doing ciricus act shit
11 years ago
i think he had some kind of attack
11 years ago
I wrote 'seriously' twice.

That was stupid.
11 years ago
I toatally thought exactly what iloveporn said...
that would be fucked right up if he was seriously fucked....'scuse me while I kiss the sky!..."
11 years ago
i have an idea. these is this long standing rule that when a soccer player gets fouled you act like it hurt far worse than it did, do that the refs see the offence. its pretty much well knowne that EVERYONE over does it , its almost exspected. So, i think this guy was making a point more than anything.
11 years ago
Watch the video again. It's clear the other player kicked his nads up into his body, and he's just trying to get them to drop down again.
11 years ago
i cant tell wtf is going on here? strange reaction or attack
11 years ago
He got a bee in his little soccer outfit.
11 years ago
I'ts just part of the show fellas..I'ts just part of the show.
11 years ago
im sure he got kicked in the balls like comic said, could be him just trying to shake it off i meen a shot in the pills gonna make anyone flip out, but at the end looked like it was a fit, ive heard of people who do wierd things if they have a tumour or something like that


and its football not soccer.....
11 years ago
Nah. Football is the lame sport played with armor (which I do enjoy on occasion). Soccer is the lame sport showcased here (Which I'd rather fuck my sister than watch. Doesn't mean I don't enjoy it, on occasion, however.).
11 years ago
I think the correct answer is "who the fuck cares, it's a soccer player?"
11 years ago
nope football, its only called soccer because you wanks sorry yanks keep changing the english language, the rest of the world call it football so why cant you. also in that gay armour game when does the ball come in contact with the foot?

(btw that was a genuine typo that made me chuckle)
11 years ago
then why are you providing an answer with a question mark at the end? fucking retard.

as for the video, i really can't work out what's going on, maybe he's a joker or something.
11 years ago
my comment was directed at dele33 btw.
11 years ago
gota love ignorant comments... you know who you all are.. heh...
11 years ago
its soccer!!! jiminy you can go fuck off for not having any respect for other people culture. just because we speak much better English than you fucks doesnt mean were the same. dont talk shit about someone elses country just because yours is different.
11 years ago
B1G_B0SS, i'm having trouble following your argument.. i'm not sure what your point is at all!
btw, the game of football has been going since the 17th century, why people insist on calling it soccer i'll never know.
maybe it's a "lack of respect" for our culture, or maybe you think american football is the one and only sport.
the strange thing is, american "football" is an odd way of describing a game where the players rarely use their feet.
the fact that americans call football "soccer" shows ignorance, we should call american football "american rugby", because that's what it is.
but no, you wouldn't have that because it'd look like you took a game and copied it, oh wait, YOU DID! lol
tell you what, if it makes you feel better call it "soccer".. you fucking suck playing our sport anyway, and always will!!

oh, and you (americans?) speak better English than the English? that's the stupidest thing i've heard in ages!
11 years ago
^I think you just made yourself look stupid there...
11 years ago
obviously you don't think very often then do you? back it up next time idiot.
11 years ago
Red23 makes perfect sense. Visitor makes himself stupid. And big boss. By opening his mouth.
11 years ago
just for the record about soccer vs. football, for those cocky english pricks who seem to think that if it's from england, it's right need to take note of the fact that the UK and Ireland are the only places in the english-speaking world where it's referred to as football. in Canada (my home), the US, Australia and New Zealand, it's called soccer.

God i hate the english.
11 years ago
http://hs.houstonisd.org/westsidehs/Curriculum/WebMastering/portfolios04_05/jeong/presentation/soccer.html

The very earliest form of the game for which there is scientific evidence was an exercise of precisely this skilful technique dating back to the 2nd and 3rd centuries B.C. in China.

A military manual dating from the period of the Han Dynasty includes among the physical education exercises, the "Tsu'Chu". This consisted of kicking a leather ball filled with feathers and hair through an opening, measuring only 30 - 40 cm in width, into a small net fixed onto long bamboo canes - a feat which obviously demanded great skill and excellent technique. A variation of this exercise also existed, whereby the player was not permitted to aim at his target unimpeded, but had to use his feet, chest, back and shoulders whilst trying to withstand the

attacks of his opponents. Use of the hands was not permitted. The ball artistry of today's top players is therefore not quite as new as some people may assume.
Another form of the game, also originating from the Far East, was the Japanese Kemari, which dates from about 500 to 600 years later and is still played today. This is a type of circular football game, far less spectacular, but, for that reason, a 'more dignified and ceremonious experience, requiring certain skills, but not competitive ' in the way the Chinese game was, nor is there the slightest sign of struggle for possession of the ball. The players had to pass the ball to each other, in a relatively small space, trying not to let it touch the ground.

The Greek game "episkyros", relatively little of which has been handed down, was much livelier, as was the Roman game "Harpastum". The latter was played with a smaller ball with two teams contesting the game on a rectangular field marked by boundary lines and a centre-line. The object was to get the ball over the opponents' boundary lines. The ball was passed between players and trickery was the order of the day. Each team member had his own specific tactical assignment and the spectators took a vociferous interest in the proceedings and the score. The role of the feet in this game was so small as scarcely to be of consequence. This game remained popular for 700 or 800 years, but, although the Romans took it to England with them, it is doubtful whether it can be considered as a forerunner of contemporary football. The same applies for hurling, a popular game with the Celtic population, which is played to this very day in Cornwall and Ireland. lt is possible that influences were asserted, but it is certain that the decisive development of the game of football with which we are now familiar took place in England and Scotland.

The game that flourished in the British Isles from the 8th to the 19th centuries had a considerable variety of local and regional versions - which were subsequently smoothed down and smartened up to form the present day sports of association football and rugby football. - They were substantially different from all the previously known forms - more disorganised, more violent, more spontaneous and usually played by an indefinite number of players. Frequently, the games took the form of a heated contest between whole village communities or townships - through streets, village squares, across fields, hedges, fences and streams. Kicking was allowed, as in fact was almost everything else. However, in some of these games kicking was out of the question due to the size and weight of the ball being used. In such cases, kicking was instead employed to fell opponents. Incidentally, it was not until nine years after the football rules had been established for the first time in 1863 that the size and weight of the ball were finally standardised. Up to that time, agreement on this point had usually been reached by the parties concerned when they were arranging the match, as was the case for the game between London and Sheffield in 1866. This match was also the first where the duration of the game was prearranged for one and a half hours.
11 years ago
You know what the funny shit is...american people who think they are better than the english...couse those people are probably european themselves...lol (no i'm not english)
11 years ago
jiminy cricket dont talk shit if you dont know the facts. you're not stupid, but you are ignorant. the ball comes in contact with the foot to begin the game (kickoff) and to score three points by kicking the ball between the uprights (feild goal) and i've said many times that the name football is fuckin retarded and said that we should have left YOUR football alone and called ours soccer. and pretty much everyone above me is a fuckass. if you like your football okay, but don't be a douchebag and insult it just cuz they have the same name. i personally kove american football and believe that soccer is about as entertaining as a stomach virus, but i'm not makin a huge deal of it.
11 years ago
DAAAMNN!! i wish i had dance moves like that! that guy can really cut the rug.
11 years ago
Red23, the point is Americans call it Soccer because we do. reason why? i dont know. but it is. and thats how Americans were raised...so saying that were stupid for calling it soccer and not football is being ignorant to our culture. thatd be like us saying your stupid for playing cricket and us saying "its baseball" (yes, not same sport but similar enough to make the point). and yes, Americans (and other english speaking countries) do speak better english than you because we dont sound like we have marbles in our mouths when we pronounce our words. my point is just because we speak the same language doesnt mean everything else is the same. we call its soccer, you call it football...big deal, dont come insulting us and acting all high and mighty because you say otherwise...i think you guys tried telling us what to do a long while back didnt you? and what became of that?...im sure you remember, it was called the Revolutionary war. so fuck off and leave us alone.

god i fucking hate british people.
11 years ago
lol to be honist i was just out to piss a few people off, seemed to work :) ahhh you gotta love ignorence

and about us not speaking the proper english, your talking about accents right? well they have been around for thousands of years and the origions come right back from the celtic influence, people in this country speak with pride and is almost a badge of honour. the accent from my area its practically a different language (the geordy accent if your wondering) also its a bit hypocritical talking about me being insensitive to your culture then taking the piss out of our accents

lol its also part of my culture to rip it out of people, so dont oppress me
11 years ago
you want to know why it's called football?

because the ball is the length of a foot.
11 years ago
no jiminy, your accents are just gay...nothing to be proud about.
11 years ago
thanks for that unimformed opinion i bet the only ones you heard are the queens english and the cockney accent because most of those accents you hear are on ure idiot box are actually americans who put on that gay accent so you feel comfortable in the sterio types because god forbid you should be exposed to something from outside you're borders and i admit some of our accents can be gay but tell me if you have heard them all :)
11 years ago
well boss its funny that you think the britsh accents sound gay becouse the last time i was in the states soon as i opend my mouth in clubs and bars your american women were all over me ... or it might be the case that im in great shape and 99% of americans are fat cunts
11 years ago
jiminy if you havnt heard, america is the melting pot of the world. we have all sorts of cultures and people here. i happen to have many run ins with your so called "great shaped" people...you guys need help if thats what you consider in shape. and believe me ive had easier times understanding mexicans that barely speak english than you english.

oh and Razers...here in america we call those woman, hookers.
11 years ago
B1G_B0SS, the reason america does half the things it does is because they don't care who they upset.
now don't get me wrong, i've been to the states three times and i loved every trip (Florida, West Coast, New York)..
but unfortunately the general attitude of a lot of americans has made them hated throughout the world.
not that you're gonna care about that, but until you do.. expect a general feeling of hatred!
a perfect example is calling a sport that's hundreds of years old a completely different name.
-it pisses us off, so don't fucking do it.

and lol @ Razers. you're right, american women love the English accent!
i think most american wives visualise Hugh Grant while they're getting mounted by their obese husbands!
11 years ago
Big boss, the fact that you had an easier time understanding mexicans that barely speak English compared to a British person only shows your lack of understanding.

Calling the accent 'gay' also shows signs of ignorance, something which you accused others of.

On the final point, America does not speak better English. Just because you pronounce differently to British people doesn't mean you speak better. And it can be argued that English people speak proper English, after all, the English is called English for a reason.
11 years ago
My apologies, I made a couple of mistakes in that post, but I think you will be able to understand it without needing me to tell you.
11 years ago
Apart from perhaps the old BBC or Queen's English (she's been developing a cockney accent by the way), I don't believe there is a source of the English language that has been untainted through a distinct accent.
11 years ago
everyone hates americans because we fought hard for what we believed and created our own government in our own rule, not the queens. you have to understand to insult america is to insult every nation. because americans came from all sorts of countries. my background is German, Irish and French. America needs its attitude in order to be a strong nation, otherwise we wouldnt have our freedom.
11 years ago
Lol @ boss..my background is German, Irish and French. No wonder you hate the Britsh being from that sort of bloodline maybe its becouse we have over the years stream rolled all over germany france asnd ireland .. guess we could call you a son off a Conquered race .. or in your case races
11 years ago
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