8.12.2010

Sebastien Le Toux is One Cold-Blooded Frenchman



Can somebody, anybody please tell me how Sebastien Le Toux ended up unprotected in an expansion draft? You can call me all the names you want but I am officially on his jock. Danny Mwanga certainly deserves credit for this goal but Seba's flick is on some other sh*t. To invite RSL over to your house to play and then treat them like this is so unfair, so unreasonable. I love it.

6 comments:

Jared said...

sure would have been sweet had the throw-in been taken within even 10 yards of where the ball went out - call me a hater if you want, but US Soccer has been trying to crack down on this (see their referee week in review week 4), and that should have been called back for exactly the reason the goal was scored. Cheating players shouldn't be rewarded no matter their skill.

Anonymous said...

Not the good run, flick, or finish but you talk about a throw in not taken from the spot it went out. You probably wore your shin guards over your socks when you played.

JL said...

Jared, you're the only that noticed this. Not even the opposing players or the linesmen noted.

Don't have such a robotic puritanical attitude man. Have fun!

Sweet fracking flick and goal. extactly the kind of stuff you'd expect from a 9 and 10.

keahende said...

Wouldn't be surprised to see him return to his home continent. Le Toux that is.

Anonymous said...

Actually, that throw was a good 20 yards closer to the net than it should have been.... wow. It was a pretty flick, but Mwanga didn't even give him credit for it, egomaniac.

www.cordoba-3d.com said...

Well, I don't really suppose this is likely to have effect.