Thursday, June 15, 2006

One Joke That Made My Day, And That Torres Goal.....

Away Goals Count Double In Europe:

Julius Caesar was addressing the crowd in the Coliseum. "Friends, Romans
and Countrymen, lend me your ears. Tomorrow I take our glorious army to conquer Northern Europe and I shall start with France. We shall kill many Gauls and return victorious."

The crowd are up on their feet "Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees, hail mighty

Brutus turns to his mate and says " He doesn't half talk some shi*e eh?
He couldn't fight his way out of a wet parchment bag."

Six months later, Caesar comes back having conquered France and
addresses the crowd in the Coliseum. "Friends, Romans and Countrymen, I
have returned from our campaign in France and as I promised, we killed
50,000 Gauls".

The crowd are up on their feet again. "Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees, hail
mighty Caesar". Brutus once again turns to his mate "I'm sick of his
bullsh*t,I'm off to France to check this out."

So Brutus sets of for France and three weeks later he comes back to

Caesar is addressing the public in the Coliseum again "Friends, Romans
and Countrymen, tomorrow we set off for Britain and we are going to
sort those b*stards out"

The crowd are up on their feet. "Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees, hail
mighty Caesar"

Brutus jumps up and shouts "Caesar, you are a liar. You told us that
you had killed 50,000 Gauls in France but I've been there to check it out
you only killed 25,000 !!!!"

The crowd are stunned and all sit down in silence.

Caesar gets up and looks slowly round the Coliseum then across at
Brutus and says "Brutus, you are forgetting one thing . . . . .
Away Gauls count double in Europe."

HAHAHA. Okay I think you won't get this if you're not a football fan. Anyway it just means away GOALS count double in Europe. In European football where teams travel around to play Champions League or UEFA Cup, the teams that score the goal away from their home stadium usually gets the advantage. It seemed like it counts double, but it does not by the way.

This Has To Be The Goal Of The World Cup So Far!

Yea, that's the goal that I've described on the previous post. Just look at the team work and interplay over there, and Carles Puyol, the central defender doing a trick made known by Zidane! Pure joy to watch!

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