"(I) think about 'The Lion King,' Simba gets hit over the head and (he's told) 'the past can hurt,' " Harbaugh said Monday afternoon. "'You can either run from it or embrace it and learn from it.'
OT: Best soccer celebration ever!
I saw this on sportsnation yesterday. What an amazing celebration. The flop by the "fish" was well done.
This video reminds me of the introduction stunts Lebron pulled with the Cavs (and I think Shaq tried to one up on his team of the day). When those earlier ones happened I thought about how much of a joke the NBA had become. Basketball and sportsmanship were secondary to showboating yet again.
Anyway, I guess when a "no name" soccer team does it, the situation may be different. But, I think it just reflects on the impressionable nature of kids who grow up in the current sports climate.
/end old man rant/
I'm not too bothered by soccer celebrations. Each team will score maybe a couple goals a game. What bothers me is certain teams (cough Detroit Lions cough) celebrating on every other play when they're down by 20.
Like Shaq in the paint impressive
it seemed impromptu.
Sarcasm, because if not uhh...
Well done, realistic "fish," and over before it became tiresome.
They made use of a goalden opportunity