English, m*****f**ker, do you speak it?

#2
762baynet said:
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/skynews/20071026/tuk-nfl-star-they-speak-english-in-londo-45dbed5.html

Oh dear. Still, I wonder who would come up worse for intelligence, NFL or Premiership?
If it was for sport he'd be saying 'make a wish' as he bends over some poor white trash in jail!

What a window licker!
 
#3
"Crowder added: "I know (Washington Redskins linebacker) London Fletcher. We did a football camp together. So I know him. That's the closest thing I know to London. He's black, so I'm sure he's not from London. I'm sure that's a coincidental name."
:lol: :lol: You would think that they would have a PR team/person who would advise him when to stop making himself look like a dim tw@t.
 
#4
He is not related to Rio Ferdinand is he?
 
#5
MyssL said:
"Crowder added: "I know (Washington Redskins linebacker) London Fletcher. We did a football camp together. So I know him. That's the closest thing I know to London. He's black, so I'm sure he's not from London. I'm sure that's a coincidental name."
:lol: :lol: You would think that they would have a PR team/person who would advise him when to stop making himself look like a dim tw@t.
You're assuming that the PR guy knows enough to contradict him!
 

the_boy_syrup

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#6
Crowder added: "I know (Washington Redskins linebacker) London Fletcher. We did a football camp together. So I know him.

"That's the closest thing I know to London. He's black, so I'm sure he's not from London. I'm sure that's a coincidental name."

Quote of the week?

I know they don't pay alot of attention to events outside the US but are they that thick :roll:
 
#8
overpromoted said:
The thing is, this guy has a university education. Does this say something about the American education system?
Yeah, that US universities make so much money from varsity sports that they'll throw the rules out the window for the sake of recruiting a good player.

But since everyone knows the signs of a sports scholarship degree when they see it it's not like they're going to be put in charge of anything important, so is there really any harm?
 
#9
overpromoted said:
The thing is, this guy has a university education. Does this say something about the American education system?
Yeah, football brings money to the campus, therefore, any dumbass that plays well can get a degree.

I've seen high schools forgo art and music classes so that they can have a (American) football program.
 
#10
I've seen high schools forgo art and music classes so that they can have a (American) football program
My school went sadly the other way - less PE so we could fuck about with paints and stuff.

Why is it that NFL, NHL and basketball teams leave it to the colleges to develop players, rather than having their own development sides like European soccer and rugby teams do?
 
#11
overpromoted said:
I've seen high schools forgo art and music classes so that they can have a (American) football program
My school went sadly the other way - less PE so we could * about with paints and stuff.

Why is it that NFL, NHL and basketball teams leave it to the colleges to develop players, rather than having their own development sides like European soccer and rugby teams do?
Coz they're cheap b@stards!
 
#12
He's still one rung up on the evolutionary ladder than the moron thats in charge in the US unbelievably.
 
#15
Oh, I don't know that he's much different from some of our illustrious sports stars. Remember that pearl from Ian Rush?;

'Playing in Italy was like being in another country.'
 
#16
Has anyone mentioned Jade Goody yet? I know she isn't a sports star...in fact I have yet to work out why she is in the National consciousness.
 
B

Bottleosmoke

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#18
Why are we shocked? Anyone heard Zara these days?

And she is a princess, sort of. Also the love of my life, but she doesnt know it...............yet
 
#20
overpromoted said:
I've seen high schools forgo art and music classes so that they can have a (American) football program
My school went sadly the other way - less PE so we could * about with paints and stuff.

Why is it that NFL, NHL and basketball teams leave it to the colleges to develop players, rather than having their own development sides like European soccer and rugby teams do?
Beacuse of the money it makes for the colleges.

There are only 30 officially sanctioned NFL teams. That means there is not a lot of NFL football to go around and because of this many of the larger colleges have stadiums which can seat tens of thousands of spectators and they manage to fill them as well.

How big are these stadiums?

http://www.infoplease.com/ipsa/A0105761.html

Think about this and then add to that all the other sports colleeges do and you will get some idea of the crazy money involved in college sports in USA.
 

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