Flop Of The Year Candidate Includes A Dance Routine, Nine Rolls And Endless Screaming

The Ballon d’Or will be announced in October this year, however the Fallon d’Floor award may as well be handed out now. A player in Malaysia’s Premier League by the name of Sunday Afolabi put on one of the most magnificent flop performances the soccer world has ever seen. Is this the worst soccer flop ever?

Sunday Afolabi’s Submission For Worst Soccer Flop Ever

Afolabi’s team Perak FC had a 2-1 lead over league leader Kelantan on Wednesday with little time left in the game.

Uriel Antuna Avergüenza A La Liga MX En El Skills Challenge Ante La MLS

El fútbol mexicano sufrió una nueva derrota ante Estados Unidos. Esta vez durante el lúdico Skills Challenge que precede al Juego de las Estrellas de la MLS vs. la Liga MX. 

A la hora de buscar culpables de la derrota, la afición no se dio vueltas y apuntó directamente a Uriel Antuna, quien para serles sinceros sonrrojó a todo el balompié azteca con su pobre actuación en el Allianz Field de Minnesota.

Empty Old Trafford Is Trending Again

Following Manchester United’s dismal opening-day defeat at home to Brighton, United’s fans have made their frustration and anger known online. For quite some time the fanbase has been upset with the club's ownership, but a recent movement on Twitter is hoping to use social media to send a public message. 

Play Of The Weekend Isn't A Goal Or Pass, It's This Freakish Bit Of Gymnastics

European football returned this past weekend with the start of the 2022-23 season, and we were treated to some stunning moments across the continent like Lionel Messi's bicycle kick, an insane half-volley from France and a brace for Erling Haaland on

This Weekend On Soccer Twitter: TAA Dunked On & Medford Messi

Soccer is ever-moving. Just as soon as one season end, the next begins, and with it comes an overwhelming supply of games, moments and, most importantly, memes from the past week. Here, we make sure that you never miss a moment of the greatness that goes on in just 280 characters. This is “This Weekend On Soccer Twitter.”

Ligue 2 Player Jérémy Livolant Scores Outrageous Volley From Another Area Code

While Lionel Messi captured many of the headlines from France this weekend thanks to his bicycle-kick goal against Clairmont, he was nowhere near scoring the best goal in France this weekend. That honor goes to Guingamp winger Jérémy Livolant, who scored a genuinely ridiculous effort from the better part of 40 yards in Ligue 2.

Everton’s Godfrey Suffers Needless Horror Injury After Referees Fail To See The Ball Clearly Went Out

Chelsea defeated Everton 1-0 in the Blues' Premier League opener, however a horrifying Ben Godfrey injury early in the first half dampened the mood in Goodison Park.

In the 18th minute of the game Godfrey had to be stretchered off the field, put on oxygen and taken to the hospital after a terrifying injury to his right ankle while trying to make a tackle on Kai Havertz.

Fans are furious at the linesman for not seeing that the ball had clearly gone out of play moments before the injury.

Fox Sports Mexico Shuts Down Marca Claro’s Free León vs. América Stream

If you lived in Mexico and wanted to watch Sunday night’s game between Club León and Club América, you had two options. You either had to subscribe to Fox Sports Premium for $110 Mexican pesos (around $6 U.S.) or watch it for free on YouTube through Marca Claro.

Kind of a no-brainer decision, right?

Well, halfway into the first half and with more than 500,000 viewers, Marca Claro’s stream on YouTube was shutdown due to a copyright claim made by Fox.