Monday, August 8, 2011

Blog Outsourcing 8/8 edition

Welcome to today's edition of The Victory Formation.

I just finished watching a documentary on the History Channel here that showed the Manila Hostage Crisis. It was almost a year ago today that the gruesome scenario took place. Ugh. I still am embarrassed with how the persons-in-charge handled it and the bad press the Motherland got and is still suffering from until now.

Here forth are the links after the jump:
The Community Shield is retained by Manchester United. (c/o The Guardian)

Let the bidding war for Wesley Sneijder commence. (Yahoo! Eurosport UK)

Who wants Michael Bradley? (c/o SoccerAmerica)

Jerryworld was a soccer stadium for a day. (c/o Barca Blaugranes)

Thanks for the memories at Old Trafford, Scholly. (c/o Big Apple Soccer)

August does not augur well for the Gunners. (c/o Mirror Football) Here lies the rest of the Champions League draw. (c/o Goal)

The Sun is hotter than Mercury. (c/o SB Nation Arizona)

Hey, it's the America's Cup. Sailing time. (c/o San Jose Mercury-News)

Yup. It has been 75 years since Jesse Owens and his legend and legacy. (c/o TeamUSA)

The triathlon is one punishing sport. (c/o Wall Street Journal) Considering that the Philippine Ironman is this weekend already...

Rashad Evans makes his return to the MMA scene. (c/o Heavy)

Here is what you should know about UFC 133. (c/o Bloody Elbow)

Fedor being let go. (c/o The Times and Democrat)

The odds keep getting iffy for the mega-fight we have been waiting since eternity. More likely that the venue will be a courtroom. (c/o Opposing Views). Meanwhile, it's time to get the hype going for PacMarq III. (c/o Philippine Daily Inquirer)

This gives hope for people with broken ankles everywhere. (c/o Pocono Record)

Life after Tiger is sweet for Steve Williams, when the tourney he won was also had Tiger in it. (c/o The Independent)

Should Donnie Nelson go after Bruce Pearl? (c/o The Two Man Game)

Where's Bubba? (c/o Kings of Kauffman)

Sean Avery in trouble again. (c/o TruthDive)

New ownership in the NBA whilst there is a lockout. (c/o Atlanta-Journal Constitution)

Hey look, Stephen Strasberg just pitched. (c/o Washington Times)

Canton welcomes its newest homies. (c/o New York Times' The Fifth Down)

Parting shot, because someone preferred I do not use 30 Seconds to Mars here.

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