28
Nov

#TBT: The biggest Turkey there ever was

Tomislav Piplica is a legend in Germany, for all the wrong reasons.

The video above will explain. It’s the kind of clip that will make you re-evaluate what is truly possible in life. And it’s perfect for Turkey Day, as he might be one of the biggest the sport has ever seen.

Care for seconds?

Check out this compilation of Piplica’s greatest misses, which will only make you irrationally mad that he somehow lasted an entire six seasons in the Bundesliga.

Right? How mad are you right now? Legend.

21
Nov

#TBT: Vinnie Jones visits FOX Soccer Daily

Former Welsh international Vinnie Jones joined FOX Soccer Daily on Thursday, so what better than to take a trip down memory lane with the Wimbledon legend?

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Jones after winning the FA Cup final with Wimbledon in 1988.image

Jones, seen here celebrating a save, was forced into action in the goal after Wimbledon’s keeper was sent off against Newcastle.

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(Images: Getty)

More than just a footballer, Jones made his acting debut in Guy Ritchie’s classic “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.”image

(Image: The Monecito Picture Company)

And then, of course, who could forget Jones’ role as a Manchester United hooligan in “Euro Trip”?

10
Oct

#TBT: Clarence Seedorf’s thunderous strike at the Bernabeu

Image courtesy of Reuters

Widely regarded as one of the most underrated Dutch footballers of all-time, Clarence Seedorf’s days with Real Madrid will always be remembered in a positive light, helping Los Blancos claim La Liga and Champions League crowns during his first three seasons with the club.

Yet for all of his time with the Santiago Bernabeu outfit, the former Ajax and Netherlands standout can always fallback to his jaw-dropping golazo against Real rival Atletico Madrid during the 1997-98 campaign:

5
Sep

#TBT: Dennis Bergkamp’s most famous touch

Many have described Arsenal’s stunning capture of Mesut Ozil as the most exciting acquisition since Dennis Bergkamp’s move to North London back in 1995. Bergkamp, of course, went on to cement himself into an Arsenal legend, scoring 120 goals in 11 seasons with the Gunners.

The most famous of his goals? This one against Newcastle in 2002, which is consistently named among the best goals in soccer history. Clearly, these were not the days of HDTV, but you can enjoy this throwback nonetheless: