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Premier League warns soccer fans not to post goals on Vine and Twitter

The World Cup was wonderful for so many reasons this year, whether it was watching Arjen Robben’s 5,268 dives, Luis Suarez’s moment of madness, or the animated facial expressions of Mexico’s manager Miguel Herrera, there was always something to share. It was these moments and more that generated thousands of animated GIFs and Vines of World Cup goals, a big win for social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. While fans happily enjoyed sharing these brief clips, FIFA was far less impressed and began cracking down to remove them. The same is about to happen to the Premier League in England.

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Premier League warns soccer fans not to post goals on Vine and Twitter

The World Cup was wonderful for so many reasons this year, whether it was watching Arjen Robben’s 5,268 dives, Luis Suarez’s moment of madness, or the animated facial expressions of Mexico’s manager Miguel Herrera, there was always something to share. It was these moments and more that generated thousands of animated GIFs and Vines of World Cup goals, a big win for social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. While fans happily enjoyed sharing these brief clips, FIFA was far less impressed and began cracking down to remove them. The same is about to happen to the Premier League in England.

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Obama Plays Soccer With ASIMO ▪▪ Humanoid Robot [YT]

During his visit to Japan, at the Tokyo Miraikan Science Expo, President Barack Obama had a brief encounter with Honda’s humanoid robot ASIMO, The Wall Stree…
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This Pitch Perfect Soccer Game Will Ease Your World Cup Withdrawal

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Soccer Physics, an incredible new browser game by the indie developer Otto-Ville Ojala, is something like a foosball table for your keyboard. Indebted to physics crack-ups like The Fight of the Sumo Hoppers and Bennett Foddy's Get on Top, Soccer Physics drops a ball onto a barely-controllable field of four players who hop up and down ecstatically like Terrance and Phillip, and asks you to score however you can. It's first to five.

Ready to play? Here's a little something to get you in the mood.

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Some points are over quick!

Some points are over quick!


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Twitter Is Trolling America’s Newest Soccer Star

The #AskLamps hashtag goes terribly wrong.

Frank Lampard is one of the most decorated players in English soccer history. He's Chelsea's all time leading goalscorer, a two-time Premier League player of the year, and a runner up for the 2005 FIFA player of the year award. And like many a European soccer star in the autumn of his career, Lampard is coming to America: Last week, he signed a two-year contract with New York City FC of Major League Soccer.

Today Lampard sat down at NYCFC headquarters to take questions tweeted to the #AskLamps hashtag:

The only problem? Lampard's nickname also happens to be the name for the common household lighting appliance. Twitter is not letting this fact go unnoticed.


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Robots play soccer in World Cup of their own

Robots are taking part in a World Cup of their own next month in Brazil. The RoboCup will showcase the latest in humanoid robots that organizers hope will so…
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Robots play soccer in World Cup of their own

Robots are taking part in a World Cup of their own next month in Brazil. The RoboCup will showcase the latest in humanoid robots that organizers hope will so…

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Obama plays soccer with robot

U.S. President Barack Obama plays soccer with a little robot from Honda during his visit to Japan.

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President Obama Plays Soccer With Japanese Robot Asimo | Kicks around football ball 2014

President Obama Plays Soccer With A Japanese Robot | Kicks around Soccer ball 2014 President Obama plays soccer with a Japanese robot President Obama is in J…
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Microsoft in talks to rename Real Madrid’s iconic soccer stadium

The Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, commonly known as the Bernabéu, is one of the most famous sporting arenas in the world, having hosted Real Madrid’s home games since 1947. But the Spanish soccer titans could be playing under a different banner if Microsoft gets its way — the software giant has confirmed that it’s in talks with Real Madrid to acquire naming rights to the 85,454-seat stadium.

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