The Chelsea soccer team played their last match of the season on Sunday, and won 2 to 1. But the best . . . and cutest . . . goal of the day came AFTER the match, during a player's retirement speech.
A bunch of friends and family were down on the field, and their kids were kicking soccer balls around. Plus, some fans were also still in the stands.
When the goalie's toddler started dribbling a ball toward one of the goals, the crowd started cheering for him like it was a real game. Then they went NUTS when the ball finally went in, and the kid threw his arms up in the air.
The Internet claims someone on ESPN's "First Take" BROKE WIND during the broadcast yesterday . . . and it was SO obvious that ESPN had to edit it out when they re-aired the segment.
It's unclear who, you know, UNLEASHED THE GHOST OF DINNERS PAST . . . but the on-air talent at the time was: SKIP BAYLESS, STEPHEN A. SMITH and host CARI CHAMPION. No one seems to react to it . . . but Cari does smile.
What: Re-Launch Party & BBQ for MontrealMusicScene.com with all funds going to Montreal Children's
When: Sunday, May 26th, 2013 - 6pm (doors 5pm)
Where: Co-Op Katacombes, 1635 boul. St-Laurent (corner Ontario)
Who: Featuring Montreal acts The Damn Truth (acoustic set), Dead Messenger, Patrick Lehman, Shane Murphy, Bilal Butt, People on Pause, The Cranes, Hosted by Mike Paterson.
Tickets can be purchased through www.admission.com, 514-790-1245, and in
person at Sound Central (4486 Coloniale). Tickets are $12 plus service fees.
All proceeds from the event will go to the Montreal Children’s Hospital and
their Music Therapy Program.
Visit the new site at www.montrealmusicscene.com
I'm not a huge fan of The Simpsons but this is still interesting!