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Faves & Likes: Time to play hooky, Jogi's KO tactics
by Paul Kennedy, June 26th, 2014 1:31AM

TAGS:  germany, luis suarez, men's national team


[SOCIAL MEDIA ROUNDUP] Thursday is the big day, and Jurgen Klinsmann has a note for you to give your boss. Hopefully, it's not too late to fax it in. German counterpart Joachim Loew has a plan, according to Bild, to KO his former boss. Tim Lincecum's U.S. jersey arrived the same day as he tossed his second no-no, while down in Recife Will Farrell modeled his uni.

Jurgen Klinsmann wants your support.

It took six Bild reporters to come up with this exclusive: Bastian Schweinsteiger will get his first start that will knock out Klinsmann.

Tim Lincecum is from Seattle, so -- guess what? -- he's a big soccer fan. He didn't have a bad day on Wednesday: his second no-hitter, two hits, a four-pitch ball and, yes, his U.S. jersey came in the mail just in time for the big game.
Will Farrell couldn't miss out on the night-before party in Recife.

Even McDonald's Uruguay got in on the Luis Suarez jokes, telling the Celeste star he should come on over for a Big Mac if he's hungry.

This Guillermo Ochoa fan went a little overboard in his support for the Mexican keeper.

1 comment
  1. Karl Schreiber
    commented on: June 26, 2014 at 2 a.m.
    BILD "newspaper" reflects the lowest level of gutter "journalism"!!! S.A. should not give them any space.

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