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Comment count is 18
Riskbreaker - 2011-09-24

Grown man faking falls, and rolling in the grass like they were having a seizure? Yep, just like real soccer.

The Mothership - 2011-09-24

Beat me to it.

zerobackup - 2011-09-24

I still prefer this to no physics at all and the players just clipping through eachother constantly, I'M LOOKING IN YOUR DIRECTION MADDEN.

jimmicampkin - 2011-09-24

0:47 to 1:00

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-09-24

That's some Parks and Rec level soccer shit there.

roughnready66 - 2011-09-24

Most of the English speaking world calls it "soccer." I call it boring.

The Mothership - 2011-09-24

Actually, most of the English speaking world calls it football. There are more English Speakers outside north America than there are in it.

So you're wrong.

roughnready66 - 2011-09-24

Australia and South Africa ain't in North America the last time I checked, smarty pants. Let me guess -- you spent a semester abroad and became a "footy" expert.

Corpus Delectable - 2011-09-25

It turns out that soccer is only one kind of football, and American football is another. Contrary to popular belief, these games aren't called "football" because the foot is used to kick the ball, but rather because the game is played on foot. (The opposite of this are games like polo, played on horseback.)

Fun fact, the divide between people who call it "football" and people who call it "soccer," its proper name, falls largely along class lines, with the wealthier classes using the correct name.

Potrod - 2011-09-24

It's really not that weird that Americans call it soccer, if you read about the histories/etymologies of soccer and football.

Spoonybard - 2011-09-24

Please tell me there's a "sell injury" button

FABIO - 2011-09-24

Professional soccer: all the theater of professional wrestling with none of the fun or spectacle.

Chancho - 2011-09-24

NBA Elite 11 didn't teach them anything, apparently. Oh well, move the next version down to Austin.

Meerkat - 2011-09-25

If watching van persie buggering nasri is wrong then i don't want to be right.

jimmicampkin - 2011-09-25

That part was a perfect visual metaphor for Arsenal's season so far

Joey The Cobra - 2011-09-25

Take them

namtar - 2011-09-25

The problem with Arsenal is that they always try to walk it in.

pineapplejuicer - 2011-09-25

messi should probably get that leg checked out

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