Team Black vs. Team Magic Summary & Over 40 Blue Bombers
On a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Macon, GA, The Black team was looking to keep its undefeated season on track against a strong Magic team.
The Black captain was so confident, that even without 2 of his top players, he thought he could easily defeat the Magic no matter who showed up for the game.
The Magic Skipper, Kevin, wanting to rest his knee from further injury, decided that he wasn't going to play on this day and the Magic were also missing their All Star
Forward Sean. With these players missing the first half, the game was a real battle and could have gone either way. Black missed some chances and the Magic also missed
some great opportunities and the Black team took a 2-1 advantage into intermission.
The Magic skipper could not stand at it halftime and decided enough is enough. I pulled out my bag and started to put my socks on. As I looked across the sideline into the Black bench, I felt the stare of the Black Captain, Sang Kim on me. It was look I will never forget. It was the same look i had on my face at the age of 12 when I had broken the glass on the kitchen table and was waiting for my Dad to come home to accept my punishment. The look of fear on my face that day was the same look I saw on the Black Captains face.
I don't really have to explain how the second half went as the Magic went on to outscore the Black team 6-2 in the second half and if not for an unlucky bounce at the goal line and a garbage time goal at the end, it would have been 6-0.
The good news for the Black Captain is that Kevin M. had called off the $100 bet partly because he wasn't planning on playing but mostly because he considers Sang a friend and didn't want to take his money on such a foolish bet.
***********************************************************OVER 40 BLUE BOMBERS GOAL KEEPING PROWESS**************************************
Bluebombers 3 Lite Beer 0
This was a typical over 40 game but what stood out was the outstanding performance of the Blue Bomber keeper. The 5 foot 6 inch goalie (on a good day) was all over the place. He was seen making saves all over the place and rumor has it he even went up for a chip and actually jumped higher than the cross bar.
The best scoring opportunity for the Lite Beer team was on penalty kick awarded to Bryan Walde. As Walde put the ball down, Moghaddam was staring him down and reading his thoughts. After the kick, it was pretty obvious Moghaddam knew exactly where Walde planned on going with the ball. As Walde jogged up to take the kick, Moghaddam took a step to the right while Walde was kicking just to the keepers left. I don't think anyone noticed but The speedy goalie actually made such a quick move back to the left barely getting a finger tip on the ball and causing the ball to hit the cross bar before going over the goal. Most people will tell you that they didn't see Moghaddam come back to the left and tip the ball over but a witness has been found that saw this amazingly lightning quick move. This same witness is also talking to the US Congress about how he knows Obama wiretapped Trumps Phone Lines and will be coming forwarded at the conclusion of that case.
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