12
Mar

Ecuador Under-16 international scores solo goal for the ages

Wait, it’s already time for “The Next Neymar?”

Fabian Tello, a youth international for Ecuador’s Under-16 side, has made his case to become the next dribbling sensation by taking almost the entire Paraguayan team to school en route to one of the greatest solo goals you’ll see. After getting the ball played to him on the left wing, Tello juked his way around six different defenders (beating two of them twice!) before rounding the goalkeeper as well (you know, just for good measure) and drilling home the goal. Scintillating stuff!

And again, Tello is not even 16. You may want to remember his name.

H/T SBNation

16
Aug

Hacky Sack Tricks Drown Out Doomsday Talk

If you’ve visited a college campus in the United States, you’re probably familiar with the legion of doomsday preachers who try to bring students down with their ‘end of the world’ chatter. While it’s usually hard to avoid their end of the world prophecies, it seems that someone found a way to drown them out: hacky sack tricks for days!

Check out the video above, in which the best hacky sack player we’ve ever seen and a doomsday preacher simultaneously show off their “talents” in front of students at the University of Missouri. It’s quite obvious who won the students’ attention.

(Via: 101GG)

29
May

Despite what you may have heard, Robin Van Persie can do more than just score fantastic golazos (y’know, like this one!)

No, RVP is also quite nimble with his feet, and he showed off his best Neymar impression at his annual charity tournament in Rotterdam. Together with freestyler Soufiane Touzani and Feyenoord’s Tonny Vilhena, RVP tooled with a couple of youngsters at will, the three of them performing a dizzying display of keep-away at the childrens’ mercy.

20
May
JOSH TURNBULL SHOWS TORRES HOW IT'S DONE

Young Josh Turnbull - son of keeper Ross Turnbull - gives the Chelsea supporters something else to cheer during the club’s end of season celebrations.

The toddler showed off his amazing dribbling skills in front of the Stamford Bridge crowd, giving the potential incoming manager - Jose Mourinho? - even more striking options. How will Fernando Torres react to this display?