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Football GIF: Tim Howard’s 102-Yard Monster Punt vs Bolton On Infinite Loop

By Chris Wright

Spectacular…

Poor old Boggy. That is one huuuuge mother-lovin’ bounce.

GIF via 101GG

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By Chris on January 5th, 2012 in Bolton Wanderers, Everton, GIFs. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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10 Responses to “Football GIF: Tim Howard’s 102-Yard Monster Punt vs Bolton On Infinite Loop”

  1. murry1975 says:

    102 yards? Do the maths Chris.
    Goodison Park is 110 yards in lenght , he kicks it from 4 yards inside his area 110-14=96 ,
    he is about 8 yards off centre and the ball goes in centre of other goal.
    8*8=64 96*96=9216
    the square root of (64+9216)9280=96.3yards.

  2. Pkhakheria says:

    @murry1975 Math Win !

  3. Jay says:

    Lol at Murry1975 and Chris….awesome

  4. Redskywalker says:

    Lol chris, would you go with Lawro or magic mathematician Murry ^

    I heard there’s a goalkeepers union or something? What are some of the things they agree on? Not to celebrate goals? I know Tim sympathized after the game, but it seems like theres unwritten rules or something..?

  5. C says:

    Murry obviously hasn’t been near a vagina since the day he was born… ;)

  6. mark bozza says:

    because the kick wasnt dead straight u morons

  7. Zaaker says:

    Tim howard said that the wind helped him score that outragous goal, now MAn City are offering 40million pounds for the wind

  8. murry1975 says:

    @mark bozza, if you consider the kick was eight yards off centre with a difference .3 yards to make up another 5.7 yards its going to have to a considerable diviation from “straight” .And if you consider the length of arc it would be considerable more than (about twice the distance travelled – 2*3.14159*radius of arc*(centre angle in degress/360)

    @C , bit harsh , bit harsh

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