Friday, November 2, 2007

Without a Trace of JOB

Hollywood United insiders told me that John O'Brien played a game for them this year, and I treked out to a match hoping to get him to chat about what he's up to these days. No sign of him. He's not really an H.U. regular, though. LeBoeuf, is, for example, at almost every game.

O'Brien also wasn't one of the Hollywood United players mentioned in the pre-game list for Sunday's charity match. There's a lot of other players, though, including Youri Djorkaeff.

Release:
The Galaxy’s legion of stars, including David Beckham, Joe Cannon, Landon Donovan and Cobi Jones will line up for Frank Yallop’s squad. They will be opposed by actors Anthony LaPaglia (Without a Trace), Brandon Routh (Superman Returns), Costas Mandaylor (Saw IV), Jimmy Jean-Louis (Heroes), guitarist Viv Campbell (Def Leppard), and many other stars of stage and screen, as well as 1998 FIFA World Cup winners Frank LeBoeuf and Youri Djorkaeff, U.S. National Team stars Alexi Lalas, Joe-Max Moore and Eric Wynalda and Mexican National Team legend Jorge Campos, as well as Richard Gough (Scotland), Oliver Biaggi (Switzerland) and many more will represent Hollywood United.

4 comments:

MLS Soccer Card Fan said...

Are you sure he did?

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry guys, but why are you guys so fixated on JOB? He's the past...If he wanted to be an EMO about playing professionally, let him be so..

Jaime Cárdenas said...

A.C., I'm totally going to take a picture with the Haitian.

If you (whoever happens to be reading this comment right now) don't know who that is then I feel sorry, because that means you haven't seen the best show currently out on T.V. right now -- Heroes.

I might try to sneak a pic with El Brody also.

Anonymous said...

JOB's greatest footballing "accomplishment" was the "Hand of JOB" in 02. That missed call was a certain PK for Mexico, and would've brought El Tri back on terms in that game and would've given them a much needed confidence boost.