Kylian Mbappé graces the cover of the upcoming EA release. The video game front man identifies as Christian but also explains to a class of French school children that religious celebrations don’t belong on a soccer field:

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Portugal lost to Belgium and is out of the Euro 2021. Portugal’s captain Cristiano Ronaldo is understandably and visibly frustrated as he exits the field post game. He throws and kicks his captain’s armband. This appears to be a cathartic ritual in line with what Jesus recommended to his disciples when they experience failure:

If anyone will not welcome you or listen to your words, shake off the dust from your feet as you leave that house or town.

Matthew 10:14

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With the election just a few days away AttackAdGenerator is highly praised. Religious words and phrases are legion but this whole thing is not very sporting. I could only find hockey and soccer, both of which lead into one special direction.

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The RSLFM Report combined stadium construction site photos with Christmas songs aka Christmas Card from Real Salt Lake…
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AC Milan playmaker Kaka sees himself becoming an evangelical minister when he quits playing soccer.
“I would like that a lot,” Kaka said in interview in the December issue of the Italian version of GQ, which was posted on the magazine’s Web site on Wednesday. “It’s a difficult road – you have to study theology and deepen your study of the Bible.”

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This is featured by Cartoon Blog, a British based blog, so I think it’s about soccer.

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Kakà has been voted the FIFPro World Player of the Year by 5,500 football players associated at the FIFPro (Federation International des Footballeurs). The award ceremony took place yesterday at the AC Milan’s Milanello Training Complex, Italy.
Yes, Kakà, the greatest ever, is the soccer player that belongs to Jesus.

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Even though LA Galaxy lost against DC United, their is praise for Becks all over the Web: hollyscoop is happy David Beckham has finally kicked a ball on the field. yourroyalredness even proclaims a new God.
Lord have mercy!

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David Beckham debuts with LA Galaxy spending just 12 minutes on-field. He is much more interested in divine family affairs:

“I’d love a little girl but we’re blessed to have three beautiful boys. And if we’re blessed to have another one or two children then that would be a blessing”, Becks said.

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… was as subtle as a fart in church, says the Sports Frog.

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