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Rotten Stouffers: The Freddy Adu-Based Movie Review Page

Freddy Adu needs no introduction. After Sierra Mist told everyone that he would fix the ozone layer as a 14-year-old boy wonder, he’s instead gone on to play professional soccer for 13 years. A lot of people still aren’t happy about that and want him to get up there and fix that damn part of the stratosphere, but we say just leave him alone. 

When we last heard from Adu he was on trial with the Portland Timbers before the start of the 2017 MLS season. However, a contract never materialized. 

Minnesota United's Play-By-Play Commentator Calls The Office Action

Minnesota United play-by-play commentator Callum Williams has revealed how he prepares for match day by showing us his method at the office. Williams shows off an incredible lexicon with regards to the playing of a pass, and I'm going to be shouting "It's Quinn Hil-LER!" all week. 

This commercial is right up there with the best of them from "This is SportsCenter", well done you Loons. 

Landon Donovan Will Reportedly Be One Of FOX's Lead Announcers At Russia 2018

In 2011 FOX bid more than $400 million to secure the US rights for the 2018 and 2022 Men’s World Cup (as well as the Women’s 2015 and 2019 World Cups). [Note: Telemundo also bid over $600 million for rights for those tournaments as well.] Now just over a year away from the kick-off, FOX appears to have chosen their three-man announcer booth to headline the network’s World Cup coverage. 

Jimmy Kimmel Shut Down Hollywood Boulevard So Neymar Could Kick A Soccer Ball

So it took Neymar three tries to score, big deal. He was like 60 yards away from the goal and I'm not entirely sure about the wind situation in Los Angeles that day.

You know you've made it as an athlete when someone shuts down a major street so you can try to do a mostly pointless sports thing for talk show entertainment purposes. Neymar is definitely working his way up that most famous athletes list.

How To Watch The Champions League Final

The Champions League final is imminent. Our long nightmare is nearly over, and another long nightmare (the offseason) will soon begin. You'll want to start planning your Saturday now. Don't get caught unprepared like some kind of jackwagon. Here's how to watch the Champions League final. 

Match Information

Who: Juventus and Real Madrid

When: Saturday, June 3 at 2:45 p.m. EST

Where: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales

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