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18 Of The Best Ray Hudson Calls Brought To Life

Ray Hudson's Best Calls

18. “GAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!

17. “Showing him this much space is like handing the keys to the blood bank to Dracula.”

 

16. “Defenders try to follow him on Facebook and he comes out on Twitter, that’s how evasive he is.”

 

15. “As electrifying as a hairdryer thrown into a hot tub, my friend.”

14. “He could shave a mouse in his sleep and not disturb her.”

 

Eden Hazard Looks Like A Child Standing Next To NBA Star Luka Doncic

Game recognizes game, but the basketball game had to look quite far down to recognize Eden Hazard. On Wednesday, before the Dallas Mavericks hosted the New Orleans Pelicans, Mavericks star Luka Doncic had a surprise guest waiting to meet him. You never would have thought 5 feet 9 inches looked so tiny.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek Reading “I Need A New Bum!” Is The Audiobook We Need

To celebrate World Book Day, Chelsea stars recently read popular children’s books with the daunting task of trying not to laugh. Blues including Olivier Giroud, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Christian Pulisic, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and phenom Billy Gilmour all got their own personal book to read out loud on camera.

The books chosen were such classics as: “The Book with No Pictures,” "Who’s in the Loo?" and, who could forget, “I Need a New Bum!”

Throwback Thursday: The Incredible 2002 Adidas Predator Mania Cleats

The adidas Predator Manias were by far the greatest cleats the 2000s had ever seen. These cleats were years ahead of their time. This was back when the new millennium was still trying to find its way, there was this whole Internet thing, nobody knew what it really was, we were all a bunch of tadpoles aimlessly wandering around in our own way.

Not adidas. Not these cleats. They just … they slapped different. As a cool 12-year-old, I was a die-hard Nike kid but damn did I trade in my Tiempos for Predator Manias real fast.


Schalke Fans Troll Bayern With Banner Of The Year Candidate

The Bundesliga and banners have not been best friends as of late. Offensive banners criticizing Hoffenheim investor Dietmar Hopp caused the last 15 minutes of Bayern Munich’s last game to be spent juggling around the ball. Schalke fans took note of the stoppage of play and unveiled their own banner in Tuesday’s DFB-Pokal match.

Fish (And Other Animals) Playing Soccer Is The Best Thing You'll See Today

Several years ago, The18 looked at different members of the animal kingdom partaking in the beautiful game. Since then more have joined including underwater footballers. Let’s take a look at the new animals playing soccer.

Erling Haaland Rap Video Is Proof He Isn't Good At Everything

Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland has rightfully earned his spot as the sport’s next sensation. Whether it’s his incredible goals or his speed, the Norwegian teen has turned heads in 2020.

But did you know that before being a star footballer, Haaland was an icon in the rap community?

Polish Player Kicks Himself In The Face, Breaks Nose

With the world and Serie A in chaos due to the spreading of coronavirus, here is some news that might put a smile on your face. In Poland’s top league, Ekstraklasa, a defender definitely didn't have a smile on his face for surely the lowest moment of his career.

The Schadenfreude On Display After Liverpool Loss Proof Misery Is England’s Greatest Export

Liverpool’s remarkable run is over. The Reds were run off the pitch by 19th-place Watford in a shocking 3-0 defeat on Saturday, ending a run of 44 Premier League matches unbeaten, spanning and incredible 422 days.

Liverpool fans had been living a dream for the past year and a half. Having won the Champions League in 2019, the Reds are running away to their first Premier League title ever, playing some of the most inspired football England has ever seen.

Liverpool Stars Put Acting Chops To The Test

As part of a new advertising campaign between Liverpool and partners Chaokoh, some Reds first-teamers tried their hands at acting. 

For the bit — "The Team Meting: Content Creative Session" — the Liverpool players were challenged to brainstorm ideas which could be used to market Chaokoh, a UK-based coconut milk/water brand. Andrew Robertson gets the ball rolling by confiding in teammate Curtis Jones that he's considering a career in music "if football doesn't work out."  

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