President Obama holds little regard for America. From his flippant attitude towards paying respect to the flag to his infamous “coffee cup salute” of Marines, it’s evident that America is
A few hours before the U.S. World Cup qualifying opener in St. Louis on Friday, U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati met with a group of reporters to discuss Jurgen Klinsmann, the national team, the broader program, FIFA and other matters, including everyone’s favorite, promotion and relegation. Excerpts … Is there a performance metric Jurgen […]
Gianni Infantino supplied football fans with a reason to hope he doesn’t become the next FIFA president after he revealed his plans of expanding the World Cup to 40 teams if he’s elected. Known for his stint as the UEFA bingo man atShow More Summary
Joshua Feuerstein of The Radicals was on CNN discussing Christianity, the Starbucks red cups controversy and Barack Obama. He was the one who started the whole ‘red cup’ fiasco. He
Suspended FIFA president Blatter had revealed that Russia was chosen as hosts before the bidding process begun.
“If I become president, we’re all going to be saying Merry Christmas again. That I can tell you.” — Donald Trump, quoted by People magazine, on Starbucks removing references to Christmas on its holiday coffee cups.
Starbucks created controversy when they decided to go with “Holiday” cups instead of “Christmas” cups in their product design this... The post Donald Trump: “If I Become President We’re All Going to Be Saying Merry Christmas Again!” (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
That's one way to win votes. Want Backheel Breakfast in your inbox? Sign up for the email version here. Let's say you're running for FIFA president as part of a very large field. It's going to be tough to distinguish yourself and win...Show More Summary
"Maybe we should boycott Starbucks?" Trump floats, jumping on the anti-red cup rage
The German football association president Wolfgang Niersbach resigned on Monday over a 2006 World Cup scandal.
President Obama finally got a Facebook page, so now he can wile away the hours scrolling through photos of his composite ex-girlfriends. Some Christians are upset that Starbucks’ red cups don’t contain holiday greetings, echoing the campaign to emblazon "CHRIST OUR SAVIOR IS BORN" across every Tickle Me Elmo's torso. Show More Summary
DFB President Wolfgang Niersbach has resigned from his post today. While he’s maintained his and his organization’s innocence amid allegations that German soccer officials bought votes in order to win World Cup hosting rights in 2006, Niersbach has decided to take “political responsibility” for the controversy. Read more...
Wolfgang Niersbach has resigned from his position as president of the German Football Federation (DFB) following allegations the governing body helped "buy" the rights to host the 2006 World Cup. Sky Sports News confirmed on Monday that...Show More Summary
It takes time to brew a damn fine cup of coffee, apparently. David Lynch‘s Twin Peaks limited series is now slated to premiere in 2017, rather than 2016 as previously expected. Les Moonves, president and CEO of CBS Corporation (which...Show More Summary
The former president of Brazil's soccer federation is due in a U.S. courtroom Tuesday afternoon, after being extradited from Switzerland. Jose Maria Marin was arrested this past spring.
Authorities also reportedly searched the president's house.
House of DFB president also searched in investigation linked to alleged 2006 World Cup payments for hosting rights.
Songdo's skyline at night. Golfers watching the PGA Tour's Presidents Cup tournament last month may have caught a glimpse of the city of the future beyond the fairways. The event, held at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea, was a...
Having crushed all in front of them to win The World Cup, the US women's football soccer team met with President Obama at The White House this week who just could not resist but pose for another selfie... adding that "this team taught all of America's children that 'playing like a girl' means you're a badass."
The agreement to give Russia the 2018 World Cup before a vote involved "big players" in Fifa, says president Sepp Blatter's adviser.