Does Jose Mourinho do this before every game? The Special One is a jolly fellow. Prior to the Champions League match versus Lyon, the Real Madrid coach slapped all the hands of the kids who come out with the players, and then the last kid he grab his ear from behind. The kid thought it was the kid behind him, and proceeded to throw a little elbow back at him. He then turned and saw it was Jose Mourinho. Take a look.
This is a new one, grab the hand of the defender and then slap your face with it. That's what Chile's Bryan Carrasco did in the U20 match versus Ecuador.
Of course the medics who come on to the field when a player is hurt do some kind of flip. It all makes sense. This is Brazil. I'm wondering what medic, from what country, is going to top this. Maybe pull off a double flip instead of just one.
Is it Romario, Ronaldo (the Brazilian) Luis Figo, Rivaldo, Messi, Iniesta, Ronaldinho, Xavi, Eto'o, or Luis Enrique? Is there someone I’m missing from days past?
To make the correct call you'd have to look at how many titles the player has won in their time at Barcelona. On the face of it this is an easy an answer, as Lionel Messi looks
like he'll go down as the greatest player to ever put on a Barcelona shirt, however, he has not won all the titles
Yeah, look at me now. I've been a Fox Soccer Channel anchor for months now. Yeah, I know you thought I wouldn't last this long. Don't lie. I can see your face. I can tell you're lying. You thought I'd blow it. You thought I'd say something crazy or flip out like Joey Barton or Roy Keane.
No, I can hold it together. I'm a pro. I'm the best forward who's every put on a United States national team jersey. I said. I always say and I'll say it again. Until next time.