It’s Blue Monday, and in 2021 it hits a little differently.
After a miserable 2020 and a disappointing start to the current year, we need all the positivity we can get on this Bluest Monday, and luckily football has a lot of memories we can reflect on for that momentum. if necessary.
Let’s take a look at ten smile moments.
Did you know that legendary musicians Glenn Hoddle and Chris Waddle were actually pretty good at soccer?
The couple joined forces in 1987 to bring us the cult classic Diamond Lights, producing what may well be the finest display of musical talent the world has ever seen.
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PSG recently invited young fan Saliou to meet the players, and he had a special session with his idol, Kylian Mbappe.
Saliou was left in tears when Mbappe gave him a shirt and messaged him on Instagram for all of his friends to see. Which guy.
Home goals are funny, but their own goals are funny, so preventable are even funnier.
Advance Energie Cottbus goalkeeper Tomislav Piplica. We thank you for your sacrifice.
Do you even need an excuse to watch Mick McCarthy ignite you into oblivion?
There are about 1,000 McCarthy moments that might put a smile on your face, but this is the only one we need today.
Remember that weird summer when Alan Pardew’s GIF was everywhere you looked?
The then Crystal Palace boss pulled off some of his best shots to celebrate an FA Cup final goal against Manchester United in 2016, and we’re still not done.
Admit it. We all tried to get a throw-in at the park.
What we haven’t all done, however, is try to be successful at the World Cup.
For some reason, Iran’s Milad Mohammadi thought it would be a good idea to test his luck on the biggest stage imaginable, and off we went. exactly how you would expect it.
Social media can be a pretty dark place at times, but one glance at Wayne Rooney’s old tweets is enough to brighten up any day.
The Manchester United legend and current Derby boss clearly knows he’s part of history because he never took away any of those old gems. He’s here to entertain people.
Whether he’s threatening himself or trying to run towards Whitney Houston, Twitter isn’t getting much better than Wazza.
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It’s the story of a homeless dog who found his way across land in Bolivia, in the midst of a high-level clash between The Strongest (huge name) and Nacional Potosi. He’s having a good time, but the fun doesn’t end there.
Raul Castro of The Strongest later announced that he adopted the dog and paid to make sure all of his vet bills were paid. If that doesn’t make you happy, there is no hope.
Lazio love to switch to OTT with their kit announcements.
While most clubs are content with photos of players celebrating or modeling the new kits on the street, Lazio like to send their players hiking to the top of a local mountain for a photoshoot.
They have been doing it for years. It’s so unnecessary, and we all agree.
The devastating plane crash that claimed the lives of 19 Chapecoense players, a staff member and 51 others in 2016 is one of the darkest moments in recent memory.
The Brazilian side had to rebuild completely and was relegated to second tier in 2019, before club president Paulo Magro lost his battle with COVID-19 in 2020. The future of the club hit by money looked dark.
However, they started 2021 in the best possible way when Chape returned to the top of Brazilian football. They are back in their place.
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