Hello! Your friendly Cannon Fodder Overlord beardyblue here to remind you that, although it’s a big day in US politics (and therefore global politics, generally), this is not the place for us to discuss politics, religion, and so forth. If anything, look at this is a haven from the wall-to-wall discussion of the election and enjoy some peace and quiet. I’m trying to pick serene photos to stop us all from collectively losing our damn minds.
Zlatan digs at refs for Arsenal ban https://t.co/I6pugL1dmu by @hleehurley— Daily Cannon (@DailyCannon) November 7, 2016
BREAKING: Aaron Cresswell and Jordan Pickford added to England squad to replace Fraser Forster and Danny Drinkwater ( : @England) pic.twitter.com/erl2uKaKFT— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) November 7, 2016
Well, okay then.
#USAvMEX is four days away.— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) November 7, 2016
Our exclusive Q&A with Mexico head coach Juan Carlos Osorio: https://t.co/muUpn5tSMT pic.twitter.com/jaklV63cC1
Good article by @EnglishBlase on @thesefootytimes abt rise of China as a destination for young South American talent https://t.co/Adyu1WsWB2— O Canarinho (@FootyCanarinho) November 7, 2016
Reports: Former Lazio manager Stefano Pioli is next up for Inter, becoming their 9th manager in the last 6 years https://t.co/LrtRqvbe1z— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) November 7, 2016
The Inter carousel continues to turn.
Bolingbroke resigns as Inter CEO https://t.co/IafbfbdGT6— Goal (@goal) November 7, 2016
Speaking of Internazionale!
Axel Witsel confirms he will join Juventus, either in January or next summer https://t.co/NkP9JQoM4V— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) November 7, 2016
Transfer news about Axel Witsel and The Old Lady.
A Spanish judge says Neymar and his family should face trial over his 2013 move to Barcelona | https://t.co/mRzb4FBd4X pic.twitter.com/ByrE8cbT2k— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) November 7, 2016
Oh, no. Whatever shall I do.
It's an all-Canada battle in the East; Seattle, Colorado advance in contrasting fashions out West. MLS's final four https://t.co/vaQ996nheD pic.twitter.com/w5hrQJzKlN— Planet Fútbol (@si_soccer) November 7, 2016
lolz both crappy NY teams lost yesterday, and there will be a Canadian team in MLS Cup for sure since both Montreal and Toronto advanced to face one another in the Eastern Conference Final!