Related posts:Costa Rica unveils World Cup uniforms ‘The Classic’ turns violent: A horse-punching teenager and 69 others arrested at Sunday match between rivals La Liga and Saprissa Former Costa Rica football coach Paulo Wanchope hired as new Saprissa general manager Costa Rican footballer Álvaro Saborío suddenly retires due to ‘unfair insults’ Via Corazón de Saprissa Facebook page Facebook Comments Costa Rica’s popular soccer club Saprissa had a grand unveiling of their new uniforms and clothing line.At Saprissa Stadium on Friday night, fans had themselves a walk-off as the moradistas revealed redesigned duds. Saprisssa de Corazón’s Facebook page has an album of the fashion show. The storied Costa Rican team plans to debut the uniforms Sunday during a home game against Limón FC. Saprissa emblazoned a golden silhouette of a bat over the club’s classic red wine color. The bat commemorates the 100-year anniversary of the team’s hometown of Tibas, a northern suburb of San José. The former name of the city included the world murciélago – the Spanish word for bat. Via Saprissa de Corazón Facebook pageThe other big change is that the Saprissa “S” moved to the center of the jersey. I like the Superman comparison. The “S” always belongs the chest. Others disagreed. What do you think of the look? (Bimbo means something else. Bimbo is an enormous Mexican bread company that sponsors Saprissa.) Via Saprissa de Corazón Facebook page Via Saprissa de Corazón Facebook page Via Saprissa de Corazón Facebook page As always, the goalie jerseys have the coolest form.
Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin was asked if he has any instructions for his offensive lineman as they prepare for Robert Mathis.“Yeah, keep him away from the quarterback,” he said. “One thing about Robert, he’s like the Energizer Bunny: He never stops. That guy goes constantly every play, and when he gets tired, he goes out and then he comes back even stronger. We’ve got to do a great job on him.” A starter for Arizona’s last six games, Sowell has already faced off with some elite defensive linemen, some of whom have gotten the better of him. That was expected, at least to some degree, and all in all there is a belief he’s gotten better over the course of the season.“Things are starting to slow down a little bit; I’m starting not to panic as much. Sometimes I would get a little panicky early,” Sowell said. “I’ve still got a lot to work on, but right now I’m fighting hard and trying my best.“I’m just going to live with my best effort every week.” 0 Comments Share The 32-year-old Mathis leads the NFL with 13.5 sacks, and he’s failed to register a QB takedown in just three of his team’s 10 games this season. Long regarded as one of the game’s premier pass rushers with a devastating spin move, Mathis appears to have taken things to a new level this season. “He’s not the perfect size, perfect speed or anything like that, but he’s relentless,” Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said. “We can’t have two people on him all the time because he moves around.”Arians added that the way the Colts use Mathis prevents a team from being able to just take him out of the game with a double team, though there will certainly be times where the Cardinals give him extra attention. Still, there will be plays where a Cardinals lineman will have to match up with him Chances are that will be Bradley Sowell fairly often, with the Colts looking to test the second-year pro who plays left tackle for the Cardinals. Last year, though, Sowell was with the Colts, so he’s not unfamiliar with what Mathis brings to the table.“Obviously he’s a really good player so it doesn’t matter really what you know about him, but he’s a good pass rusher and stuff,” Sowell said, adding the team has to do a good job against him. “It’s going to help out getting to see it, knowing, kind of, what his moves are but he’s still going to be tough to block.” Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact