Scottish Club Apologizes After Fans Throw Fake Eyeballs At Partially Blind Opposing Player

Scottish second-tier club Falkirk issued a club statement on Tuesday apologizing and condemning the behavior of “a small number of individuals” at that afternoon’s match against Dunfermline. During the match, some Falkirk supporters threw fake eyeballs at Dunfermline’s Dean Shiels, who was blinded in his right eye…

5-Year-Old Diehard Celtic Fan Calls Up Club To Apologize For Missing Game

Kids these days. They whine and whine about how much they want—no, need—that drum set they’re always going on about, then you get one for them and after two months it sits quietly in the basement, unused and collecting dust. “But daaaaad, all my friends have motorized scooters,” that ungrateful brat squeals, near…

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20-Year-Old Soccer Player Gets Pulled From Stands, Suits Up For Scottish National Team, Scores Dramatic Game-Tying Goal

You hear about improbable debuts in sports all the time, but anybody else's story would be hard-pressed to top that of Sarah Crilly. Last week, the 20-year-old university student, who plays for club team Hamilton Academical, was sitting in the stands watching Scotland's national team play an exhibition against Norway,…

North Korean Women's Soccer Team Refuses To Take Field After Venue Screwup Shows South Korean Flag On Scoreboard

The London Olympics are off to a kicking start after a screw-up at Hampden Park in Glasgow led to the South Korean flag being displayed before North Korea's women's soccer match against Colombia and the subsequent refusal of North Korea's side to take the field. (You can see a photo of the mix-up here.) The team…