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In my inbox today was a mystery email recommendation for a cool new website I'd like to share with you:


Basically, there's a lot of cool scoreboard shots of various games.  You can upload you pictures, too, to preserve for all of history.

I encourage you to send them any and all scoreboard shots you have collected over the years, there's a simple upload feature, so nothing too fancy or painstaking.

Might be a good resource for you team bloggers out there who feel the need to rub it in just a little bit more over a rival.

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I just uploaded like 10, pretty cool
September 11, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterVioxx
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September 11, 2005 | Registered CommenterCFR
You gents should see some European soccer matches. Some stadia have the opposing fans literally caged in, so that they physially cannot get to where the home fans are sitting. It is also common after the matches for the police to keep the visiting fans locked in their caged section for up to an hour after a match before letting them leave, as an attempt to lessen the chances of fan violence. Pretty wild stuff.
September 12, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterKanu
Yeah I've heard/seen some of that. Crazy.

Or some, I think its Costa Rica, are built right on top of the playing field. I remember the US team going into some latin nation, and having fans grabbing and yanking them as they came through the tunnel, being pelted with the standard rocks and piss bags.

Warren at RJYH has had a lot of great soccer stuff of late with all the teams playing games without any fans in attendance to deter violence, various weird hooliganism stories, etc.
September 12, 2005 | Registered CommenterCFR
Thanks - I'll check that site out. I am one of few Americans who likes football as much as I like football.
September 12, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterKanu

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