Thursday, November 29, 2007

Where will Jose go?

If things continue to head down hill on the red half of Liverpool, the Special One could have to make a decision. Rafa the Gaffer is currently having some issues with his owners and one of the names keeps coming up to replace him is the former Chelski boss.

The Special One has also been linked with the England job, following the disaster that was second choice Steve.

People have said the best way to make a decision is to break down the positives and negatives of both place and that is what we are going to do.

Location: England: London Soho Square
Liverpool: The north of England
Advantage: London, that was easy. At least you can understand the people in London, there is no way you can understand a scousers.

Bosses: England: The Football Association
Liverpool: Gillett and Hicks.
Advantage: Liverpool: This one is easy, Hicks once gave A-Rod $250 million, so paying 20 million pounds for a world class wing player would not be an issue.

Home Field: England: Wembley Stadium
Liverpool: Anfield
Advantage: Liverpool: At least Anfield does not have football markings on it during big games.

Fan Expectation: England: win the World Cup or European Championships every year.
Liverpool: win the Champions League, FA Cup, Barclays Premier League every year.
Advantage: its a push, both sets of fans have lost the plot and think that they are better then they are.

When you break things down it says Liverpool. But the real choice is easy, the Special One should take the England job at least you know that scousers will not rob your home when you are work.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Liverpool Fans all look the same

A picture is worth a 1,000 words and this picture of your typical Liverpool supporters is no different. At least Liverpool supporters all have great porno mustaches.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

RIP: Sean Taylor

Sean Taylor was one of the my favorite players in the history of the Hurricane program. In my mind, he still wears number 26 and is still running down the field at Alumni Stadium in Boston clinch a trip to the Rose Bowl to play for the national championship.

So when Mrs. Joe Wolf's Vertical Jump woke me up this morning and told me that Taylor had died, it was hard to believe. Players like Taylor never die, they are indestructible, they live on forever and for many Miami fans Taylor will always live on.

Lets not forget, what great a player Taylor was at the U, relive it all hear.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Keep Fighting

Sean Taylor has always been one of my favorite Hurricanes of all time. With Taylor fighting for life after being shot earlier today, we all know that he will continue to fight like, he did at the U.

Is this the same Devin Hester that went to the U?

Again on Sunday, Devin Hester pulled another game out of the fire for the Chicago Bears. Hester returned both a kick and punt for touchdowns in the 37-34 win for the Bears in overtime against the Broncos.

Where did this guy come from, oh ya, the U. While Hester went to the U, playing was another matter, every week it was a hamstring injury or some kind of groin issue, but with the Bears there has been nothing like that. Every time you turn around he is doing something crazy.

So far while with the Bears, he has been the special teams maven return missed field goals, kicks and punts for touchdowns. Hester now has 11 touchdown runbacks -- six punts, four kickoffs and a missed field goal. During his collegiate career in which he returned six kicks for TDs (two kickoffs, four punts.

So every time Hester does something special its only a manner of time before someone from the Only Time Will Tell Tailgating crew calls and says "Where did Hester go to school?''