Watch These Soothing Dog Videos To Relieve Transfer Deadline Stress

The end of the transfer window is a stressful time for everyone. Will business get done? Will business not get done? Will my club's glaring weaknesses be addressed? Who will sign the next hot young thing? When is it OK to start celebrating a signing? Which news outlets can I trust and not trust? It's all very maddening and it makes me want to throw up.

Thats why I've decided to ignore the transfer deadline, if only for just a few wondrous moments, and just watch dog videos. You should too! Here are some to get started:

New Video Shows Liverpool’s Shambolic Set Piece Defending During Training

Liverpool are horrible at defending set pieces. I don’t have any facts or figures to back up that statement, but every commentator says the same thing and I don’t see them pointing to any evidence. It’s just accepted that, like every other team on the planet, they cannot defend a great set piece.

Morocco And Its Cats Make Last-Minute Bid To Host 2026 World Cup

Friday was the deadline for FIFA to accept bids to host the 2026 World Cup, the first to be awarded since scandal rocked the organization following Russia and Qatar controversially winning the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, respectively. The U.S. had already turned in a joint bid with Mexico and Canada that’s expected to win easily, but at the last minute Morocco decided to throw its hat into the ring. 

Only These Hikers And Jerome Boateng Know The True Meaning Of Fear

There was a moment in the Copa America Cenenario when I saw 11 men realize the true meaning of fear. It was in the semifinal between the United States and Argentina. Argentina were up 1-0 and had just won a free kick in a dangerous area. Lionel Messi stood over the ball as Brad Guzan set up his wall. Then Messi bent down and tied his shoes. It was the most terrifying thing I've seen in my life. You knew right then that he was going to score and there was nothing the USA could do about it.

Watch Colo Colo Players Walk Out With Dogs Up For Adoption

Dogs are good. Soccer dogs are especially good. A soccer team walking on the field with soccer dogs instead of children as mascots is just so incredibly good we can't even contain ourselves.

Chilean side Colo Colo walked out with some soccer dogs looking to be adopted before Colo Colo's match against Antofagasta. The match ended in a 0-0 draw, but my guess is no one noticed because they were entranced by the good dogs.