Health and Safety in Play…

There are a number of ways
to become famous in sports, you can even become an international sport
star given the right circumstances.

For example you could be an
over egotistical jerk like TO, you could just be the very best at
what you do like Tiger Woods, there is even the chance that you
can have a great career that may or may not be destroyed by the alleged
use of enhancements like Barry Bonds, you could also have a
famous wife and play in a number of different countries yet still be one
the very best in your home country like David Beckham.

It has been some time since
I saw this type of behavior  that made a person famous in multiple
countries over night, or at least a couple of days.

What the hell was she
thinking… not a lot apparently…

I guess we can think
ourselves lucky baseball isn’t a contact sport, unless you get hit by a
wayward baseball…. or a player charging the mound, or the now famous
glass of beer…

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12 Comments on “Health and Safety in Play…”

  1. carolmwl says:

    Ok, I don’t follow soccer. Who the heck IS that mad woman?
    carol
    http://www.howboutthosephils.mlblogs.com

  2. Jane Heller says:

    I was amazed when I saw that girl during the soccer game. She clearly has big problems. Put her in a straitjacket I say!

    http://janeheller.mlblogs.com

  3. redstatebluestate says:

    I know this will get me in trouble but the only reason I’m okay with it is because it’s between two women. I cannot tell a lie (right this second anyway).
    — Jeff
    http://redstatebluestate.mlblogs.com/
    http://mtrredstatebluestate.com

  4. redstatebluestate says:

    I know this will get me in trouble but the only reason I’m okay with it is because it’s between two women. I cannot tell a lie (right this second anyway).
    — Jeff
    http://redstatebluestate.mlblogs.com/
    http://mtrredstatebluestate.com

  5. rrrt says:

    I saw the hair-pulling clip a few days ago on ESPN, or something like that. It looks like she has been suspended “indefinitely” by her school. Physical play I’m OK with, but hair-pulling is so grade school…
    Sue
    Rants, Raves, and Random Thoughts

  6. phillies_phollowers says:

    I think what Jeff really meant to say was that he liked it, but still wish Jell-O were involved. LOL
    Great video – she gives a new meaning to “psycho.”

    Jenn
    http://philliesphollowers.mlblogs.com/

  7. devilabrit says:

    Carol – I am sure many soccer moms are asking the same question…
    Jane – Straight jacket, going by her performance she might enjoy that…
    Jeff – adds new meaning to ‘FANTASY SOCCER’…
    Sue – ‘So Grade School’ is probably why Jeff is okay with it, besides the fantasy he concocted …
    Jenn – Jell-O, women and a psycho, what more could a guy ask for…

    ~peter

  8. diamonddiva says:

    Elizabeth Lambert was completely out of control in that game. And yet, she was allowed to remain in the game. That makes no sense to me. Also, if I was the young woman whose hair she pulled, I would charge Lambert with assault…because that’s exactly what that was.
    Shelley http://diamonddiva.mlblogs.com/

  9. diamondgirl55 says:

    I couldn’t believe this when I first saw it!!!!! She has some MAJOR ISSUES!! I hope she got what she deserved as far as disciplinary actions, jesus!!! I can’t believe she remained in the game…ugh disgusting!!!! xoxo http://diamondgirl55.mlblogs.com

  10. ohy22xd says:

    I got so p*ssed when I saw the video. Disgusting behavior I have ever seen from a soccer player. Like you said, what the HELL was she thinking?
    http://hyunyoung.mlblogs.com

  11. redstatebluestate says:

    I am signing up for THAT fantasy soccer league….
    –Jeff

  12. raysrenegade says:

    Reminds me of the days when I played football and the receivers used to pull on your pants belt while they were running with you downfield. Or my personal favorite I learned playing soccer, tapping their ankles with your cleats as you run down the field.
    Every sport, every position has their tricks and angles to get a grip, grasp or even a tug on a better game changing situation.
    Her conduct on the field might have just been a long day of elbowing and shoulder-charging that finally burst out in extreme violence.
    But we are also not used to seeing that from the women’s players.
    Not condoning a thing, but we also do not know what verbal barrages were getting toseed around by both girls.
    Good news, no one was seriously hurt. Bas news, her good sportmanship medal took a beating.

    Rays Renegade

    http://raysrenegade.mlblogs.com


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