What: Soccerball Fundraiser When: October 13, 2016 Who: All Vestavia Soccer Supporters (Adults Only) Where:
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The Soccerball Fundraiser is about helping those players and families in need of financial assistance play soccer at Vestavia Hills Soccer Club. All proceeds go to the Financial Assistance Program.
Each year nearly 150 parents and supporters join us at the Soccerball Fundraiser for a celebration of helping others in need, having a great time on the beautiful rooftop of the Kress Bulding in Downtown Birmingham.
Arsenal has won many trophies over the years, but nothing really important over the last decade or so. The club however continues to be universally loathed by Anglo-Saxon fans, not least because of its long-time French (the modern word for Norman) manager Arsène Wenger and the large number of French players who have played for the club over the years. It is also hated for its slick, irritating style of soccerball, which betrays a quintessentially Norman form of nihilism. This style contrasts with the more muscular and intense Anglo-Saxon approach to the game that shuns all aesthetic considerations.
Soccer has been played in various forms though out history
The persistence of legends like Robin Hood and Ivanhoe, describing native Anglo-Saxon resistance to the Normans, attests to this fact. When Anglo-Saxons in Britain today look at the EU, they don’t see a modern political union but the lingering face of Norman occupation. The persistence of this ancient Norman/Anglo-Saxon rivalry in modern-day Britain manifests itself most fiercely today in the realm of soccerball, which is a local sport played on grass fields. The local championship is followed by millions of zealous fans who support their teams religiously. It is dominated by Anglo-Saxon teams like Manchester United, Liverpool, and Newcastle; as well as the Norman clubs Chelsea, Tottenham Spurs, and above all, Arsenal.
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