When Ireland played France recently in the world cup qualifiers, a French player handled the ball and then scored the winning goal without a free kick being given to Ireland, Ireland are now out of the world cup...have your ever handled any one elses balls....
Mrs. Arnold Palmer had a little ritual of kissing Arnie's balls goodbye, for good luck. Apparently, this often stiffened the putter.
Daniel I hear what your saying so the kissing of the balls brings good luck, nice one, I imagin ehis wood was pretty hard after that....
Well, I don't play soccer, but I do bowl, so I handle my own balls a bit...Sometimes, in an effort to get to one of my balls, I may have to move someone else's ball, so yes, I have handled someone else's balls...
I have noticed something about the other bowlers though, and that's the fact that they blow on their balls before they actually release them down the lane...I'm wondering if that's so their thumbs don't get stuck...
yes, when my bf sleeps he cant sleep if I will not scratch HIS, it means everyday LOL
BBCG I have heard about that blowing on balls..but I have never seen it done...wahts that all about...
by glendoncaba 8 years ago
Pathetic to see grownups making no claim to attempt even the most cursory understanding of Christian theology use the forums to bash the pillars of the Christian faith.How about a well deserved break for the greatest show on earth, World Cup Football in South Africa.In other words stop the endless...
by KnowledgeSpeaks 8 years ago
What are some of the main rules in soccer and in general how is the game played?My son just started playing and I don't have a clue.
by Rob Noneman 9 years ago
Why is the ball not considered down when its hiked and placed on the ground to kick a field goal?Other than just being an understood rule, and especially in college football because you are normally considered down if you have possession of the ball and your knee is touching the ground.
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