NFL scheduling can be a tricky business.

When you consider the international games, things get even more convoluted.

Teams frequently get screwed over through the fickle hand of the schedule makers.

However, the Baltimore Ravens have decided to screw themselves.

No Ron, San Diego doesn't even have a team anymore.

The Daily Player still can't believe how a kajillion-dollar NFL franchise can be so inept at stuff like that, but it makes for amusing reading. Click on over there to see for yourself.

Now, if you happen to be a fan of the team closest to Wembley Stadium, Fanorama has this spiffy little Arsenal keychain just for you:

Arsenal keychain

Not bad for $16.45, if we do say so ourselves. And we do.

We've got keychains for many of the other big European clubs, too.

AC Milan Inter Milan
Barcelona Juventus
Bayern Munich Manchester City
Boca Juniors Manchester United
Borussia Dortmund Paris Saint-Germain
Chelsea Real Madrid

 

If you're of the international football persuasion, too, these little adornments will complement that suave and debonair look that shows you're a worldly person.

They're cool little gifts, too. So show someone you care, even if you don't yourself. But 'way down deep, we know you do.





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