Second ghostly figure appears at South American Football game on live TV

Running through a metal fence

Running through a metal fence

By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews

I blogged this 1st video a while back on ShaunyNews but didn’t transfer it over or can find it. I don’t believe in Ghosts, I don’t believe the dead can become un-dead in any form. But the more you look at these things and research it becomes “Interesting” at least. Here is the first video. It was filmed live on TV, discussed live on TV in Bolivia. What do you think?

The second Ghost happened at the Weekend in Argentina in River Plate Stadium. Again it shows ‘Something’ running at full pace, through people and through everything it comes into contact with. I checked some South American football sites and it was really hard to get the info but in both instances fans in the stadiums seen these ghostly figures. The one above freaked one person out that much they had a mini heart attack. This new one has baffled experts all over the World. Here it is.


What do you think? 


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Germany Win World Cup 2014 – Well Done!

Germany crowned the World’s best. 172 nations started to qualify, 32 qualified, Germany were the last team standing. 4 Billion of Earth’s 7 Billion watched live on TV. After destroying hosts Brazil 7-1 in Tuesday’s semi-final in Belo Horizonte, this was a game that required different qualities such as resilience and concentration – but Germany were never found wanting and their ecstatic celebrations at the end were in contrast to the tears of the Argentines.

Finals are very difficult games, and very strange games. I have been involved in about 12 or so and every time form goes out the window, they are unlike ANY other game of football you will play. They are either the best feeling in the world or the hell, there is no in-between. The goal that won is was a cracker from young German wonder kid Mario Götze who plays club football for Bayern Munich, he win the biggest prize last season when Bayern won the UEFA Champions League and tonight he scored a wonder goal.

Cross, chest, volley, goal, 1-0 and there and then I knew Germany would hold on. I predicted Germany would win it, not at the start though, when Holland beat Spain 5-1 I said ‘Germany will win this’ a few Holland fans I know didn’t want to hear it (LOL) But Germany are a solid, hard, battling, tactically brilliant side. This is the first time a unified Germany has won the World Cup. West Germany won it in 1990 beating Argentina, Germany, unified lost in the final in 2002 to Brazil. Germany, West and as a unified Germany have won the World Cup 4 times now 1954, 1974, 1990, 2014. They deserved this 100%

Many teams had better players, Portugal with Ronaldo, Argentina with Messi, Holland with Robben, Brazil with Naymar. Germany don’t have that ‘Prize Player’ They have a team of brilliant team players, my time in football taught me team spirit gets you further than relying on 1 or 2 players. This Germany team’s average age is 24! The youngest average aged team to win the World Cup.

Winner: Mario Gotze scores the World Cup winner.

The German squad gather in a huddle at the front of the stage as Philipp Lahm waits to receive the famous trophy.

This has been the best World Cup I have seen in my 40 years on this Earth. A European team winning the World Cup in the Americas for the first time ever. Germany’s organisation and tactics were just brilliant. To the untrained eye you won’t see it, me a coach 15 years winning 19 trophies I can see the tactics and the way the teams are set-up. Germany were just superb all the way through. The team that win’s any final of any tournament deserves it.

Well back to Glasgow Celtic for me, we start on Tuesday for real. Can’t wait

Again, well done Germany, unlucky Argentina, Holland and Brazil were awful!

What a goal by this kid on the biggest sporting stage on the planet

More than 250,000 German fans are estimated to have watched their country’s win at Berlin’s famous Brandenburg Gate

Germany’s Mario Gotze became the first substitute to score the winner in a World Cup final

Bastian Schweinsteiger shows what it means

Football is the World’s number 1 sport, it brings people together

Fifa president Sepp Blatter is flanked in the Maracana stands by Russia President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Brazil’s three-time World Cup winner Pele is always a target for the cameras – as are compatriot Kaka and ex-England skipper David Beckham.

Ronaldo’s new haircut ‘was amazing tribute to brain surgery boy’ – Why he is better than Messi


Cristiano Ronaldo provoked a mixture of appreciation, bemusement and outright scorn when he unveiled his new haircut ahead of the World Cup match against USA on Sunday night. The zig-zag pattern shaved into the side of his head made the Rio Report openly question whether it might rank among the worst haircuts in football history – a tall order, when you consider the competition, but still a fair question. Yet according to a story doing the rounds on Twitter, the Portuguese striker’s go-faster-stripes weren’t a fashion statement, but a gesture of solidarity for Erik Ortiz Cruz, a young boy in Spain who recently underwent brain surgery that was paid for by the Real Madrid superstar. It’s a matter of record that Ronaldo helped out little Erik before – in fact, we reported on the star’s act of generosity in paying the entire £50,000 medical bill as soon as little Erik’s plight was brought to his attention [LINK: But there are, as yet, no corroborating sources to suggest that Ronaldo’s new do was a nod to his little pal. For one thing, Erik actually underwent surgery several months ago now

Erik Ortiz Cruz @TodoSomosErik
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5:09 PM – 21 Feb 2014

For another – and here the Rio Report will quickly admit that there are no surgeons on the roster of journalists -we’re pretty sure brain surgery requires a patient’s head be shaved before a straight cut is made. Not a jagged line hacked straight through the hair. Either way, Ronaldo fans on social media are absolutely lapping up the story, and using it as a big stick with which to beat non-believers in the cult of CR7. The man himself may, or may not, clear up the confusion – most likely not, since he has a firm record of never speaking publicly about his many acts of charity. In the absence of confirmation, you’ll have to make up your own minds on this one. And when you do, feel free to leave a comment in the space below.