Bulgarian Soccer Manager Gets Clocked and Knocked Over by a Snowball (Video)
If the Philadelphia Eagles fans have taught us anything, it’s that ANYTHING can be used as a weapon against an opposing coach. Even snow. So it should come as no surprise that a soccer manager for CSKA Sofia, a Bulgarian team, was clocked in the head by a snowball from a fan during a Sofia Derby match against Levski.
There are probably a lot of proper nouns you don’t recognize there, but the big takeaway is: Bulgarian soccer manager gets hit in the head by a jerk fan tossing a snowball.
I mean, again, no surprise. As someone who reports tons of brawls and criminal activities at sporting events, I can say that any lower-tier soccer attendees make Eagles and Raiders fans look like nominees for sainthood.
Here’s the video:
It’s a little hard to tell what’s going on, but the soccer manager falls to the ground, then thankfully rises uninjured, but seeking cover immediately. Probably the smart move.