Part way through the interview he took a call from his wife. His side of the conversation went something like…. When do they want me to start? When his conversation finished I asked him if this meant he was no longer interested in continuing our interview. An hour later, and in a continued state of excitement, as the interview was drawing to an embarrassing close, I resisted the temptation to congratulated him on his staying power". I couldn't believe it went I went back to the meeting room and saw the candidate laying prostrate on the floor filling in the application form" "….
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Recalling a friendly match he took charge of against Bayern Munich - presumably when he was a lot more flustered than he is now - Klopp said he once told his players to 'be aware of the quality of 'Pizzarazu'. Now that, kids, isn't actually a Pokemon, but a mixture of the former Bayern and Chelsea forward Claudio Pizarro and World Cup winner Bixente Lizarazu, a combo 'which would be a fantastic player' according to Klopp.
The story was funny, but Klopp's jovial delivery is what really made this one. Check it out here. After over 20 years, Alex Rodriguez may or may not actually be finished playing professional baseball. Regardless, it's never too early to reminisce about his long and eventful career. For his part, Chicago Cubs pitching coach Chris Bosio shared a hilarious story recently. Bosio was a veteran teammate of young Rodriguez with the Seattle Mariners in the mids.
It's about out there on the turf, and Alex showed up with a bag of Taco Bell, and he's sitting in the dugout and says, 'Hey guys, anybody want a taco? How come you're not out here early? You going to get that for everybody? Wayne Gretzky is a pretty recognizable guy—not just in hockey circles but in general.
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And yet, he managed to spend two hours in the Hockey Hall of Fame without being recognized Gretzky recently told a fantastic throwback story, per Greg Wyshynski of Yahoo Sports. Apparently he took his son to the Hall, wore a hat and managed to check out the whole place incognito.
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We went down to the part where you can [play interactive hockey games], and take some shots. So my son goes first, and he's 4-for He says 'Dad, try it! And the young man who was taking care of the line walked over to me and said, 'Sir, you should move your hand down the stick a little. There are of them! Ooh, burn. Gretzky scored his nd goal in to break Gordie Howe's record.
When will Los Angeles Rams quarterback and No. Time will tell, but in the meantime please enjoy this story from his father, Jerry Goff. Jerry played Major League Baseball for six seasons—spending time with three teams from In April, he recounted the story of his first big league hit, a single against the San Francisco Giants.
You get the ball and all that. But now it's like, stop the game, and everybody knows it because you have the Internet. The baseball made its way to the dugout, and that's when Goff's teammates pulled a fast one on him. He continued, per Farmer, "They put the wrong date on it, then crossed it out. Then they wrote, 'A hopper through the hole against no-throwing, big daddy Reuschel. As it turned out, the ball was a fake. Those ballplayers— such pranksters. Mickey Rourke has not been the only person to challenge Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt to a footrace—remember the tiny Jamaican trainer and comedian James Corden?
Bolt responded, "People all the time. People all the time. But the only person that was the biggest thing was Mickey Rourke. He challenged me to a race and I thought he was joking he's like 'let's go! Like for 20 meters. Plot twist! It's possible Rourke actually gave Bolt a run for his money, so to speak. In , the actor told his version of the story to Martin Rogers of Yahoo Sports.
Rourke claimed he got a head start and said, "But at least I won something that night. Jim "Bones" Mackay has been Phil Mickelson's caddie since , so the two go way back. As the story goes, it was the first day of the U. Mackay was apparently driving slowly around a parking lot with Mickelson in the car.
Via Golfweek , Mackay said, "There was this gentleman alongside our car who decided to take a left turn, walked right into the side of our car, he bumped into the car, said, 'Oh, I'm sorry' and went on his way. I go to the range, Phil goes to put on his shoes, and the next thing I know, I have two officers tap me on the shoulder who tell me I'm being investigated for felony hit-and-run. So here we are 45 minutes before our tee time, and they're talking about putting me in cuffs. So I was stressed to say the least.
I somehow looked over out of the corner of my eye and I saw Phil behind a tree giggling.