Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Now We Know The North Korean Football Secret...

((HT: Bleacher Report/McBeeze))

Brazil had their hands full with the 105th-ranked North Korean side in their World Cup 2010 opener, winning only by a 2-1 margin.

But there are a few interesting facts that have the North Koreans a focus of attention in South Africa- their fans and the soccer program...

The government decided to employ a thousand actors as fans for the tournament, so what you see isn't what you think you see... much like everything else the country does.

And we all know that President Kim Jong-il is everything soccer... he even calls plays in from his palace to wherever the team is playing. Something head coach Kim Jong-Hun is prepared for... quoting Brother Phil: "So, you're saying he's Al Davis..."

Pretty much... and it goes back three years...

In the 2007 Asian Cup, coach Kim divulged that he "several critical coaching tips from the Dear Leader who, "was constantly explaining soccer strategy to me over the phone while the match commenced."

According to the coach, all North Korean citizens are equipped with invisible cell phones that fit entirely within their inner ear canals. This technology does not yet exist in the West, because it was invented by the Dear Leader.


When discussed on the four-letter, analyst/Netherlands star Ruud Gullit was trying to convince analyst Steve McManaman and host Mike Tirico that the receiver was in Coach Kim's tie...

Awesome...

Here's what the President and Coach Kim have been able to do with players on the pitch... at least, what the video allows us to see from North Korea...
((HT: MGC/filetpatty))

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