caption contest, soccer player surrounded by opposition

It’s late on Monday night, but I didn’t forget about the caption contest.  Don’t lose heart!  This week, we have an interesting picture of a soccer / football player standing in the midst of his opponents, who are on the ground for some unknown reason.  I’m confident that some of you will figure out what might be going on here.

So how does this work?  You (and I’m talking to you) write a comment with a funny explanation or humorous analysis of the situation.  It’s that simple.  Here’s the photo:

soccer player, other team passed out

(To see the other caption contests, click on the “Say What?” category in the sidebar.)

25 thoughts on “caption contest, soccer player surrounded by opposition

  1. karenranee

    Quick, take my picture before that guy that beat them up comes back over here! (wait, let me get the pose right first…)

  2. Bag O' Donuts

    It is so unfair that the Iraqi national team has “Chemical” Ali at midfield. Mustard gas is way more effective than sportsmanship.

  3. Crappo the Clown

    Guy in red, on right: That fartcracker is gonna pay! Next time I’m also going to Taco Bell before the match! Two can play at that game!

  4. Thomas Wayne

    Guy in white: “…and that’s why Mango-Man is a wuss!”

    Guys in red: “That’s too funny! Haw haw haw har har hee hee hyuck *snort* giggle. LOL! Ow, my sides hurt from laughing so hard!”

    1. MangoMan

      Mangoman (in white) to guys on ground “… yeah, and that’s what happens when you try to joke about me. Now to find that other guy in white that first told the joke and open another can of butt whup”

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