Welcome back to another installment of NYCFC.com’s finest (and only) compilation of online soccer goodness from the past seven days.
It’s been another busy week out there in football-land, so let’s get started.
David Villa Pro Soccer
We kick off with El Capitan and his new mobile video game, David Villa Pro Soccer.
Ever wanted to walk in El Guaje’s cleats? This is your chance to play on the streets of Barcelona, Madrid and NYC like the great man himself.
With daily challenges and fun minigames - it's well worth downloading here.
A Day to Remember
A great story from the English lower leagues this week where surely one of the greatest substitutions of all-time took place.
Wigan Athletic’s Ryan Colcough scored twice in the Latics’ win over Doncaster Rovers before he was substituted early so that he could attend the birth of his son.
Talk about a good day’s work…
Congrats to Ryan Colclough who scored a brace tonight in our win before being substituted to make it in time to see the birth of his son! pic.twitter.com/Efvjk9P3sw— David Sharpe (@DavidSharpe91) November 21, 2017
Big vs. Small
Shoutout to YouTube channel “Daily Trading Tips” who faced the smallest team on FIFA 18 off against the tallest.
Way funnier than it has any right to be…
Hats off to Bosnian outfit Zelkeznicar who really couldn’t have done much more to try and ensure their game didn’t get postponed due to snow last weekend.
Sadly, all of the red spraypaint in the world couldn’t have saved that one…
Mala Željima manufaktura fudbalskih lopti pic.twitter.com/2L2Lt3Aqog— dosadan sam sebi (@onajotamo) November 26, 2017
Never Leave Early
QPR Head Coach Ian Holloway rounded on his team’s own fans after the London side recovered a 2-0 deficit in injury-time.
Many supporters had already given up on retrieving anything from the game, leaving early, and Holloway was none-too-pleased – as you can see…
There was another thrilling comeback in Germany where Schalke came back to tie 4-4 with Dortmund in the
A comeback so good that the Schalke club store is now selling t-shirts to commemorate it!
Lucky or Nah?
Finishing off in Germany, what do you think of this backheel lob from Magdeburg's Christian Beck? Did he mean it, or not? You decide!
That's it for this week but if you see anything suitable for Trending out there in the next seven days, tweet in to @markbooth_nycfc!