Posts Tagged ‘Sports’

Congrats to the Celtics in their well deserved win over the Lakers. The team of championship-less veterans fought hard, and it was never in doubt down the stretch. No one put more into the season than Kevin Garnett. That was certainly revealed in the post game. Here’s the video of what went down Slate had […]


Guest Post Laura Crawford Multiple blog commentator. Whose Life Are You Ruining Now Lance Armstrong? Cancer Survivor, Seven Time Tour De France Winner, Father, Energy Drink Hocker, and Ruiner of Lives. Yes, Lance Armstrong is all of those things. During his time in the limelight Lance has ruined the lives of many people. Despite the […]


At roughly 60 million dollars for two years totalling 20 goals: He’s insane in the Ukraine-Andriy Shevchenko VS. 2 million dollars for one performance: the Tranorexic Track Mark, Amy Winehouse Is someone making Amy Winehouse look good right now? I think so…


Fired from Chelsea after Didier Drogba lost them the Champions League Final, Avram Grant’s future is in doubt, with Chelsea being the only piece of managing experience on his resume. Manchester City may be calling…


As reported yesterday, Chelsea FC lost to Man U in the Champions’ League Final on Wednesday. John Terry, center back defender, someone who I’ve never seen take a penalty in my years of watching Chelsea play, missed what would have been the clinching goal, slipping as he kicked it. Many wondered why Terry was sent up to […]


A crushing loss for me and my fellow Chelsea supporters yesterday, going down on penalties 6-5. While some may argue it was John Terry’s blown penalty that would have won it, you can’t blame him too much because he kept out a goal earlier. However, Didier Drogba, who has bitched all season after the firing […]


Phil Ball has an excellent article (per usual) on the rise and fall of Dutch legend Frank Rijkaard’s tenure as manager of FC Barcelona. As a pseudo-rival of my preferred club Chelsea F.C., I must confess to a sense of schadenfreudian joy in the news, especially since Rijkaard– whose downfall was probably more the doing […]