Archive for June, 2009

30
Jun
09

Gatorade REPLAY # 1: Final Episode #5 // REDEMPTION

Simply awesome and inspiring … well done, Gatorade … and here’s to a potential Brophy vs. Marcos REPLAY #2 !!!

Episode #5 // REDEMPTION

27
Jun
09

Best Soccer Dives

…and by best I mean WORST.  Most annoying part of the game, but hilarious nonetheless:

25
Jun
09

ESPN Radio — Guest on MLS Pre-Game Show

ESPN Seattle

REPLAY:  Brophy vs. Marcos

23
Jun
09

The Extra Degree

Saw this YouTube clip today, and thought of our REPLAY family.

As athletes, we know what it takes to win — and the long hours, pain, dedication and drive to achieve your goals.

As the summer months carry on, you’ve all been tremendous supporters and believers in our REPLAY #2 campaign and for this I thank you.

It is now time to turn things up as REPLAY #1 draws to a close with the final episode scheduled to air soon.

Let’s do this and really make something wonderful happen for our schools, parents, families, classmates and the entire Valley soccer family.

Enjoy!

19
Jun
09

Gatorade Commercial 2009 — That’s G

17
Jun
09

Iran vs. South Korea – World Cup Qualifying

Members of Iran’s national soccer team wore green arm and wrist bands today during their World Cup qualifying match against South Korea.

The team does not normally wear green bands.

Many Iranians are viewing the team’s bands as a sign of support for Iranian opposition leader Mir Hossein Moussavi, although that has not been confirmed.

Green is the campaign color of Moussavi and has been widely worn by his supporters who have staged massive rallies in Tehran before and after last week’s presidential election.

Moussavi is disputing the results of the vote that gave President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad a second term and is calling for a new election.

The players took the wrist bands off when the team came out for the second half of the game that was taking place in Seoul, South Korea.

The game ended 1-1.

Iran


16
Jun
09

Gatorade Gushes Over REPLAY # 1

The Gatorade Replay Team invited Easton and Phillipsburg players to The Club at Morgan Hill in Easton Monday night for an encore.

The game, organized to help settle a 7-7 tie from Thanksgiving day in 1993, was won 27-12 by Phillipsburg before 14,000 on April 26 at Lafayette College‘s Fisher Stadium.

It was a special occasion, helped by the enthusiastic crowd, including the Manning brothers, Peyton of the Indianapolis Colts and Eli of the New York Giants, both serving as honorary captains.

Read the full story here:

http://www.mcall.com/sports/other/all-s1_gatorade.6932001jun16,0,497959.story