Worcester Guru JL Explains Why Soccer Is Not a Sport But Golf Is


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Is soccer a sport? Is it the easiest sport to play in the world? Is it better than golf? Did Christiano Ronaldo send a prostitute to Cline Dempsey’s hotel room the night before their game? Where should the Portuguese Euro-weenies get their haircut if they came to Worcester? We wanted to find out the answers to these questions so we sent this guy we know to interview Worcester’s finest JL during halftime of the Portugal-USA game to get his thoughts. Here’s what he had to say:

In conclusion, JL says soccer sucks and it’s not a real sport like golf. We hear at Turtleboy Sports aren’t the biggest soccer fans in the world, but golf is the worst thing that has ever been on TV. Ever. Worse than NASCAR. Do you agree? Feel free to share your thoughts to keep the conversation going.

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2 thoughts on “Worcester Guru JL Explains Why Soccer Is Not a Sport But Golf Is

  1. Great thing about soccer is that anybody regardless of the money they come from can play so it’s an even playing field. Lame sports like hockey take tons of money to get into so a huge segment of the population can’t even get into it. Let’s be real. The better athletes come from the poorer places just like smarter people in general come from wealthier places. Not saying that every poor person is dumb or every wealthy person is out of shape I’m just saying in GENERAL. Soccer is growing. Soccer is here to stay. Like Colin Cowherd said to deny soccers growth in America is similar to conservatives arguing against gay marriage. I love Jimmy btw

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