will /our guy/ be dabbing tonight?
Would you fight an up and coming undefeated fighter in the UFC?
Win or Lose you get $500,000 at the end. But you have to last at least 2 minutes.
You get 2 years to train. Do you do it?
Saudi Arabia is 2-0 in Fifa qualification matches.
Both matches they got dominated but won by being awarded penalty kicks.
Has Saudi Arabia bought off the judges?
Be honest for a minute
Can we be stopped?
>I ate Zidane
Are both of these guys better managers than Mourinho and Guardiola?
They both built fallen giants back to relevance from scratch with relatively little resources rather than inheriting CL winning sides and spending truckloads. I know Mourinho won the CL with Porto but that was a very long time ago now and a lot of people say he's lost his touch.
Class is for men
thoughts about today?
Is it true that Messi and Neymar dye their hair blonde to enhance their visibility in peripheral vision?
>leave pic related on the seats of the fans that stayed in Manchester
>Eberl thanks every supporter that stayed personally
>every fan gets reimbursed for the tickets bought
Is there a more likeable club?
Do you think he purposely didn't score for Liverpool?
it was a plan to be shit at liverpool so he could get a move to a joke league like the french league and starting scoring again
the whole thing between balotelli, milan and liverpool was just a marketing/money laundering scheme
he never wanted to go there
who the fuck would
Is Dele Alli the best U21 player in the world right now? I reckon that he will set a world record transfer fee in a couple of years.
You thought we were going to lose, dont you fucking loser????
Fuck you Eplel fags and culerdos around the world
I expected a late win actually
inb4 entire thread gets attacked by buttmad chicanos, pic related, its u
>Brazil has the most world cups
>Gets ridiculed on /sp/ every week
Really makes the average jõao think.
>juventus are favorites for the CL m8
>they're up there with Real and Barca m8
>football on Monday
>football on Tuesday
>football on Wednesday
>football on Thursday
>football on Friday
>football on Saturday
>football on Sunday
>tfw handegg and divegrass are the inesdeputable GOAT sports
>Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome are among a new wave of athletes to have details of substances they had taken leaked by Russian hackers who broke into their drug-testing records.
these leaks will intensify the debate around TUEs and force sport to ask itself some uncomfortable questions about the legal use of certain banned substances.
Is the system being exploited by some athletes? Should TUEs be allowed at all, especially in competition? And given the lack of trust in sport now, is it time to make all TUEs public, even if it means athletes' private medical details are revealed?
>Should TUEs be allowed at all, especially in competition
No, if you have a condition that makes you bad at a sport, tough shit, you're not going to become, professional in that sport. I don't have the endurance necessary to become a marathon runner, I'm still not allowed to take drugs to enhance my endurance. Why should having a disease or disorder mean you get to?
Now why might a cyclist want a prescription for prednisolone?
>Effects of short-term prednisolone intake during submaximal exercise.
>CONCLUSION: From these data, short-term Pred intake did seem to significantly improve performance during submaximal exercise, with concomitant alterations in hormonal and metabolic responses.
Why don't teams go for the 2-point conversion every time? If you weigh the risk/benefits it is the better decision
Kicks = 90% accuracy, 9 pts every 10 kicks
Convert = around 50% over last five years (source is pro-football-reference) which means ten points for every ten attempts
Because you have to account for 2 points having a greater chance of getting 0 multiple times in a row. It's much easier to hit 3/3 PATs for 3 points than hitting 1/3 two pointers for 2 points. Chances are you're not going to get enough chances to bring you closer to average.
Cashman did it again, the Wizard
"Today's Knuckleball first reported news of the contract.
Butler, a free-agent first baseman/designated hitter, was released by the Oakland Athletics on Sunday, nearly a month after he got into a clubhouse altercation with teammate Danny Valencia.
The 30-year-old Butler, playing in his 10th year, had a reduced role this season -- his second with the A's. Butler was hitting .276 with four homers and 31 RBIs in 85 games with Oakland."
P L A S T I C
Ay b0ss I have a cancer
Who is he?
So, are they going to do it?
As a Cubs fan I just hope we make it to post-season
>Goodell announced Thursday the NFL will institute a "Rooney Rule" that would require interviews of women for executive positions.
"You can see that progress is being made," he said. "And our commitment is we have something called the Rooney Rule, which requires us to make sure when we have an opening, that on the team or the league level, that we are going to interview a diverse slate of candidates. Well,...
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I don't mind this so much as isn't it setting these women execs up to fail? Where will the talent come from? At least in Basketball there is a little more female involvement at the top levels, but you can't start at the top with these things.
I feel we would want to have more women involved in the high school/college level before dropping them in the NFL and saying 'good luck.'
>this lineup won the game 3-1
Fergie truly was the GOAT
>this is considered an elite soccer "athlete"