The Olympics are over, but I did see Black Panther this weekend, so it was not all bad. Let’s get to that ramble.
Ramble of the Day
I spend a lot of time rambling about things that bring me pleasure for its low quality, but today, I will highlight something that is purely awesome, and not because it is bad.
At this weekend’s matchup between Barcelona and Girona, two Colombian fans of the sport, Cesar and Jose Richard. I will let the tweets tell the rest of the story.
At Barca-Girona match with Cesar and Jose Richard from Colombia. Jose Richard is blind and deaf, but Cesar helps him follow matches with a wooden board that serves as the pitch, and a sign language system they devised themselves. Incredible to watch. pic.twitter.com/Zwik9agSp0— Brooks Peck (@BrooksDT) February 24, 2018
This is incredibly impressive and amazing. What a wonderful thing to do for another human being.
Links of the Day
Neymar was stretchered off after injuring his ankle during Paris Saint-Germain’s 3-0 victory over Marseille.
Scottish side Queen of the South have a goalkeeper crisis on their hands after one of their goalkeepers was hit by a cow.
Pep Guardiola said he will “always” wear the yellow ribbon to support imprisoned Catalan politician despite the FA’s insistence that he is in violation of their rules.
The Guardian picked out their 12 favorite photos from this weekend’s Premier League action.
Today’s longer read: The difficulties of playing football while battling mental health issues, as told by former St. Johnstone player David Weatherston for The Guardian.