Shakira Pregnant: Confirms 2nd Baby On The Way With Gerard Pique

Thu, August 28, 2014 1:46pm EST by 4 Comments
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Kites

Posted at 3:26 PM on August 28, 2014  

This is extremely infuriating. Its SOCCER player not “footballer”. Why can’t the American media get this stuff right? At least another source had it as “futbol” which is the correct spanish term but jeez, it’s SOCCER. The man plays SOCCER.

Congrats to Shakira and Gerard!!! Another cute. Bag on the way :)

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becky

Posted at 5:11 PM on August 28, 2014  

to americans it may be soccer but to the rest of us in the world its called football! its actually rather annoying when others hear americans calling it soccer

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Veronica

Posted at 11:54 PM on August 28, 2014  

Believe it or not, the world existed before the USA. So the game named football.
The point of that game is to score but by kicking the ball using foot and foot ONLY. Head is allowed, too. Not to carry it around in your arms and kick it from time to time using the foot.
I would like that someone explains to me why is American Football called football at all?

Therefore, the man plays football. Maybe when he gets old and moves to US as Beckham, he’ll switch to soccer. We’ll see.

Greetings from good, old Europe!

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Nessa

Posted at 10:18 AM on August 29, 2014  

I think what she means is if it is called soccer where you live (the u.s.) then the American based reporters should use the American terms, otherwise it can be confusing to some people.

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