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We are the champions, my friends. And we'll keep on fighting 'til the end. We are the champions. We are the champions. No time for losers 'Cause we are the champions of the world. I've taken my bows, And my curtain calls. You brought me fame and fortune, and everything that goes with it. I thank you all. But it's been no bed of roses, No ... Queen - We Are The Champions (Letras y canción para escuchar) - We are the champions, my friends / And we'll keep on fighting till the end / We are the champions / We are the champions / No time for losers / 'Cause we are the champions of the world About We Are The Champions 'We Are the Champions' is a song by the British rock band Queen, first released on their 1977 album News of the World. Written by lead singer Freddie Mercury, it is considered one of rock's most recognisable anthems. We Are the Champions Lyrics: I've paid my dues / Time after time / I've done my sentence / But committed no crime / And bad mistakes / I've made a few / I've had my share / Of sand kicked in my ... We are the champions, my friends And we'll keep on fighting till the end We are the champions, we are the champions No time for losers 'cause we are the champions of the world I've taken my bows and my curtain calls You've brought me fame and fortune and everything that goes with it I thank you all But it's been no bed of roses, no pleasure cruise We are the champions, my friends And we'll keep on fighting - till the end We are the champions We are the champions No time for losers Cause we are the champions - of the world I've taken my bows And my curtain calls You brought me fame and fortune and everything that goes with it I thank you all But it's been no bed of roses No pleasure cruise -

E se os queen não tivessem existido?

2016.05.16 17:55 blizzdawizz E se os queen não tivessem existido?

Ontem estava a falar com malta cerca da escolha da música da vitoria no estádio da luz, e chegamos à conclusão que nestas ocasiões é quase inevitável que seja Queen - We Are The Champions
Ocorreu-nos então o seguinte pensamento: e se essa música nunca existisse o que passavam?
As que me ocorrem são aquelas do john williams, como por exemplo esta mas essas têm o defeito de não terem letra ou as que têm não são mainstream suficiente para por um estádio a cantar...
Uma das pessoas com que estava a falar sobre isto sugeriu good riddance dos green day e se bem que é uma música que finaliza, não é uma música que aclame vitória.
Outra opção é beautiful day dos U2 mas também sofre do mesmo problema tal como i'm good - the moglis
Opiniões?
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2015.06.06 19:17 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: I'm US Soccer fan and FIFA Presidential candidate Teddy Goalsevelt, AMA!

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During the World Cup, ESPN cuts to you out of a crowd of celebrating US Fans, the shot captured the moment of the game perfectly... how long did it take before you to realized you were becoming internet famous? Yeah, this is probably a great time to make the point that I really am just one guy in a huge crowd of celebrating US fans. In fact, there's kind of a funny story about how that ESPN shot came to be.
I really was losing my mind after that goal. There had been so much buildup, the supporter section was like a powder keg once JJ smoked that ball into the net. So, I'm jumping around, high fiving people, getting beers spilled on me... people are tumbling over seats, hugging, crying... suddenly this other guy from across the aisle (I was right next to the stairs) comes over and puts his arm around me, and turns me around. He squares us up and I realize he wants to mug for the camera with the weirdo in the Roosevelt costume. So, I just keep going nuts, but facing a camera now. But they cropped him out of the shot! You can just kinda see his arm and shoulder a little if you look for it. But the guy responsible for putting my dumb face in front of the camera in the first place never got the screen time he so desperately desired. Alas...
To answer your actual question, I didn’t find out until the end of the match. I had a cell phone there, but had it turned off during the game, and had generally spotty service at matches anyway. But at the very end of the game, a cameraman, sound guy, and reporter came down to where I was sitting to ask if I minded doing an interview after the match. I’m thinking, “OK, they just want to talk to one of the crazier US fans about this amazing match we just watched.” But the guy says back to me, “OH THANK GOD. My boss just called me from the US and told me if I don’t find and interview that Roosevelt guy, I’m in deep doo-doo.” That’s when I found out.
How did you become a football fan in the US? I was born and raised a football fan, I became a soccer fan more recently.
Sorry, that was one was a tee, I had to haha. Football/soccer debate aside, I really became a major fan after the 2010 World Cup. As I mentioned, I'd been raised as an American football fanatic my whole life. I even played through college. And with that, you’re kinda taught to hate soccer because it’s the same season and you compete for athletes. So, as recently as a decade ago, I was the guy saying, “Ooooh, soccer… what was it, another nil-nil draw?!” But after enjoying the crap out of the 2006 and 2010 World Cups, I realized maybe it wasn’t soccer… maybe it was me.
So I decided to give myself a “soccer bootcamp.” I realized that the reason I wasn’t a soccer fan wasn’t because soccer wasn’t as good as the other sports, it’s because I didn’t understand it. Being raised in the US, you pick up the history, the teams, the rivalries, etc. of our “major” sports through osmosis. You don’t have to try, you just know. With soccer, I had to try. But I did. So for one month, all I allowed myself to watch, listen to, or read had to be soccer-related. I went in as a casual World Cup fan, and came out a fan of the game.
Why did you choose Teddy Roosevelt as your "historic persona"? Thanks for the question! It's kind of a combination of things, and I'll try to give you the cliff notes version. I've been traveling for US Soccer for awhile, and one of my favorite parts was seeing what everyone brings to the table. Costumes, musical instruments, etc. So, when I found out I was going to Brazil, I decided I needed to step my game up.
At the time I also had a huge beard down to my chest. So I knew I should try to use that for something. I started brainstorming… should I shave it into a chin-beard and be chubby Abe Lincoln? Mutton chops and be a 60’s greaser? Then I thought mustache. Soon after, Teddy Roosevelt came to mind, and once it did it was kinda perfect.
He had an extensive history with the Amazon, he’s one of the toughest MF-ers to ever hold the office, he’s an overall badass. The man is almost a caricature of Americana. Like, his life almost sounds made up. So, once I saw all the pieces fit (including my face), I started assembling some pieces on Amazon.com and the rest is history!
So I'll be the one who asks... What made you stay in Brazil longer than you'd planned? First of all, I would have stayed for the entire thing if I could have. It was such an amazing experience (not even talking about the Teddy part), I may not have ever left if I hadn’t had to.
But beside the US escaping the group of death (!!!), some friends at my work at the time started a GoFundMe site to keep me down there. I guess they felt that I was a good luck charm or mascot or something.
And after I waked out of the Germany match and turned on my phone, it blew up with texts about how the internet (thank you, guys!) and McDonald’s had donated thousands to put the GoFundMe over the top.
I never was totally comfortable with the idea, and luckily my employer at the time and I worked out a deal where they would actually let me expense the trip so all the GoFundMe money could go to charity. It went to a cool Brazilian charity called Gol De Letra, you can check them out here: Link to www.goldeletra.org.br
What do you think about some reports linking American players (such a prominent GK) being annoyed up with the American Outlaws? Have you ever got the feeling that they don't like the chants? I'm not familiar with the reports of American players being annoyed with AO, but there's definitely been some press lately that we'd rather not have. The founders and leaders of AO work diligently and constantly (on their own time, no less… they make no money, it's all volunteer) to try to make it an organization the entire country can take pride and want to participate in. And part of that is the chants and songs we use in the stadium.
There are no official songs that have swearing in them, they’ve mostly eradicated the goal kick chant, they’re working on it. But because of how big the organization has gotten, it’s going to come down to all of us in the sections working together to make sure we’re bringing it in a way that the players and US fans around the world can be proud of.
Hey, Teddy! Thanks for this AMA. As a fellow Yank and Yiddo, I'm stoked that you're one of us. As for summer dealings for Spurs, we could do a whole other thread about this (in fact, I'm quite sure there are many of them), so I'll just keep it general. I think our main positions of need are CB and CM, with some reinforcements up top being a nice-to-have. I obviously like Verts, and I think Dier has a great future, but after that it's murky. And while I enjoyed seeing Mason/Bentaleb come through most of the season well, I feel like there's a lack of offensive threat from that pairing. It leaves a lot on Harry and Christian to make something happen. So, some ins and outs at midfield would be nice (including some backup for Eriksen).
I'm just curious ... Whom do you want and think Spurs should sign and sell this Summer? I'm looking at Pritchard as our "new signing" reinforcement on the front line.
How has your experience changed when going to a match? Are the fans still excited to see you out there? Well, for the most part it hasn’t changed. Not the least of which because all the matches I’ve attended have been club. I actually haven’t been back to a US match since last summer (to be remedied at the Gold Cup in Kansas City).
Also, I try to keep a low profile (for the most part). But when I do get recognized, people still seem to be excited. I take any photos anyone wants and try to represent US Soccer as well as possible.
And I’m sure I’ll be leading songs and chants soon, but that’s what I was doing before!
What team do you support? P.S Take care of Stevie G for us over in the states! Beside USMNT, obviously...
Ok. Assuming based on your Stevie G reference you're talking Premier League. Sooo, guess we're gonna get this out in the open early.
Ok, I'm actually a big supporter of Tottenham. Made my first pilgrimage over to White Hart Lane just a couple months ago, actually. We'll probably get more into this later, but I love that club.
But, Steve Gerrard is a legend. Hate playing against him, and respect the expletive out of his game. He's a huge get for MLS and is only going to help the game over here.
Also, as a quintessential Englishman I have to ask you how you celebrated your historic 1-1 win against England in 2010? And the 1-1 win (love that you called it that, haha) was celebrated with friends watching it projected on a bed sheet we'd strung up in the middle of someone's apartment. That summer, and match in particular, are special to me because that was the summer of introducing soccer to my friends. And it was that match that really clinched it for a lot of people.
Would you have accepted 10 million dollars to vote for South Africa 2010? Can I quote myself? "Not corrupt... mustache."
Seriously, though, FIFA officials need to stop looking at themselves like business people and realize they're public servants. They serve the football/soccer world and need to behave that way. Obviously, that's a bit of an optimistic and borderline naive way of looking at things, but it's the truth. We demand the same of our politicians (as much as is possible), we should expect it of FIFA.
Edit: For clarity, the "not corrupt" part means no. No bribes.
What country would you like to see host the World Cup sometime in the next few decades? This one's tough. There's still a lot of debate about whether bringing a tournament like the World Cup to a "developing" nation helps or hurts it. A lot of signs point to hurting. That said, we can't just limit host nations to those who already have all of the infrastructure in place to host, as that makes the rich, richer and alienates most of the world.
I guess my answer is a mix of deserving, developed nations with some nations where it will actually help improve things.
Who will win today's CL final, and why are you picking FCB? Ha! I'm actually picking Juve! Mostly with my heart, not my head.
I'm half Italian, so like a typical American, I pretend I have some sort of actual connection to that country. Plus, I just really, really like Pirlo and Buffon. What an amazing last chapter to both of their careers (not saying they're done, but all rumors point to Pirlo coming to MLS and Buffon certainly can't have too many more years left at the top) to win the Champions League again.
Forza Juve!
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