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Top Ten Clips Of Fans Getting Hit Right In The Kisser


Following Manchester City star Yaya Touré’s wayward shot at the weekend, which unfortunately caught an unsuspecting little girl in the head, we have selected some of the most unfortunate instances of fans and reporters getting hit with an assortment of stray balls.  10. The Tamworth thunderbolt This tackle caused an absolute thunderbolt of a shot to fly into the crowd. Beware …

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The Fairytale Run Of The 2014 Kansas City Royals

Kansas City Royals

Conor Hayes discusses the incredible run of the Kansas City Royals, who will face the San Francisco Giants this week in the World Series. Sport can be cruel. We all know it, we’ve all lived it. That uncomfortable fact crossed my mind once again during the eighth inning of the American League Wild Card game on September 30. The home …

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Derek Jeter Received A Truckload Of Retirement Presents

Derek Jeter

New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter finally said goodbye to the MLB, as his farewell tour came to an end in Boston on Sunday. The record-breaking shortstop finished his career with an infield single in the third inning against the Red Sox, which saw the Yankees come out on top 9-5. Jeter’ enjoyed a fairytale ending at Yankee Stadium earlier in the …

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Le Mans 1961 – The Onslaught of The Rodriguez Brothers

Le Mans 1961

Few motor sports events stand out more than the 24hr Le Mans. Even fewer when you look further down the grid after the checkered flag is waved for a person or persons that had put in a shift worthy for any archive. But one particular edition gave the world a glimpse of two tenacious Mexicans, both of whom grappled this infamous iconic …

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Derek Jeter Says Farewell To Yankee Stadium

Derek Jeter

It was an emotional night in the Bronx on Thursday, as Yankees legend Derek Jeter played his final home game for the Bronx Bombers. Jeter is one those rare stars that transcends sport. This writer was lucky enough to witness ‘Captain Clutch’ back in 2008, when the Red Sox were in town for the last series at the old Yankee Stadium. …

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Pundit Arena’s Top 20 Post-Game Interviews

Kieran Donaghy

In light of Kieran Donaghy’s outburst on Sunday, we rank our twenty most entertaining post-game interviews. Did we leave any out? Let us know! 20. Rampage Jackson dry-humps reporter! He may be a beast in the Octagon, but it looks like Rampage Jackson also has a ‘softer’ side. Although it may not be too soft after this… _____ 19. Roy …

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Pawn Stars Descend on Vegas for Millionaire Chess

Planet Hollywood

Chess has been given a facelift in Las Vegas and is ready to battle the World Series of Poker for the title of Sin City’s most high-profile tournament. David Sheehan discusses. Poker’s first World Series was held in 1970 with a grand total of 7 players competing in a small hotel room in Binion’s Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas. With no …

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Rating the NFL Rookies: Projecting the Top Three Quarterbacks

Johnny Manziel

Craig Farrell predicts the top three performing rookies in each position for the NFL season. Up first we look at the quarterbacks. Who will become the next face of a franchise, or even of American Football itself? The fame is sometimes fleeting but for some it lasts a lifetime. The one thing that the lifelong star or flash in the …

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The Croke Park Classic – Why?

Croke Park Classic

Brian Barry discusses the similarities between the players of the GAA, and those partaking in this weekend’s Croke Park Classic. As the dust settles, Planet GAA has come to accept that the organisation has diverted the All-Ireland semi-final to Limerick, in order for an American Football game to be held at headquarters. Rule 42 is now a distant memory. Despite …

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