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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.”

 

Adams gives McKennie his first Leeds United interview — they spend 20% of it laughing

Weston McKennie joined Leeds United on loan from Juventus for the rest of the 2022/23 season and unites with USMNT teammates Tyler Adams and Brenden Aaronson.

McKennie gave his first interview with Leeds, and it was none other than Adams who was asking the questions. This might be one of the most fun interviews you’ll see from professional soccer players.

Keeper sows chaos with use of the dark arts, deservedly gets ball chucked at him

I'd be mad at Feyenoord keeper Justin Bijlow if I weren't so damn impressed with his awareness and quick-thinking. You see, contrary to what Zlatan Ibrahimović thinks, shithousers are forgivable — they provide us with great entertainment and inevitably get smacked by karma somewhere down the road because that's how fortune works in the beautiful game.

Dudek’s save in the 2005 UCL Final shows why keepers must keep both feet on the line for PKs

Have you ever wondered why the rule that forces goalkeepers to keep both their feet on the goal-line during a penalty kick exists?

Well, an old video of Jerzy Dudek saving a penalty in the 2005 UEFA Champions League Final between Liverpool and AC Milan has resurfaced on social media, serving as a prime example of why that is.

Warning, it's a hard watch.

Goalkeepers hate him! Find out how Zimmerman ruined a perfectly good wall with one dumb trick

The United States men’s national team kicked off the 2026 World Cup cycle with a 2-1 defeat vs. Serbia in Los Angeles, Calif. on Wednesday. The squads that played the match were far from either’s team “A-list” players with seven USMNT starters making their debuts.

With plenty of fresh blood out on the field it was a surprise to see captain and World Cup starter Walker Zimmerman be the one to make a huge mistake.

Weston McKennie’s dad is clapping back at anyone who says his son can’t play at Arsenal

Weston McKennie is one of the most exciting talents the USMNT has to offer. 

His outstanding performances in the Qatar 2022 World Cup, along with his multi-functional role at Juventus the past seasons, has kept the American in the radar of Europe’s hottest clubs and in the midst of constant transfer rumors.

The latest rumors? A point of division between Arsenal Twitter and Weston McKennie's dad.

PSG's sixth-tier French Cup opponents are mainly PSG Ultras facing difficult questions

Early stages of domestic cup play are consistently giving us unusual and peculiar moments we aren’t used to seeing in the professional scene: stadiums that hold less than 5,000 people, dressing rooms the size of a bathroom, players getting the chance to meet and play against their idols, etc.

Well, when PSG plays sixth-tier Pays de Cassel in the Coupe de France on Monday, the conflicts of interest might just be bigger than you average player-meets-idol story.

Meaningless friendly emphasizes how Messi and Ronaldo should never be allowed to retire

The lasting feeling from Thursday's 5-4 friendly between PSG and a Riyadh All-Star XI in Saudi Arabia is that Cristiano Ronaldo, on the verge of his 38th birthday, and Lionel Messi, 35, could play forever. Neymar, 30, looks like he's got a year or two left in him.

It was Ronaldo who scored Riyadh's first two goals while Messi opened the scoring for PSG in the third-minute. Both provided moments of dazzling skill, much to the delight of the businessman who paid $2.66 million for a single ticket.

Messi opens the scoring off Neymar's pass

(Turn down your volume!) Prankster spoils BBC’s FA Cup broadcast with NSFW moaning

The BBC’s broadcast of Liverpool and Wolves’ FA Cup game on Tuesday ran into some trouble when a YouTube prankster played loud moaning from porn during the show. The BBC FA Cup noises prank was cleverly done with a phone hidden on the set.

The moans happened many times during the pregame show. If you've been on the internet long enough you've heard this noise before.

Bizarre scenes: Mitrović PK disallowed after striker manages the impossible

The two surprise packages of the Premier League season met at St James' Park on Sunday with Newcastle United and Fulham both challenging for the European places.

Newcastle was looking to improve on scoreless draws against Leeds United and Arsenal, but they ran into Tim Ream and couldn't craft a clear opening in the first half. Then, against the run of play, Fulham earned a penalty with just over 20 minutes remaining in the match.

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