McFarland has defended himself on Twitter and on ABC Sports Radio in the past, saying when asked about some of the nastiness he has received from fans in the past he could have been more apologetic saying I just want to put those people outside of Twitter.

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McFarland has defended himself on Twitter and on ABC Sports Radio in the past, saying when asked about some of the nastiness he has received from fans in the past he could have been more apologetic saying “I just want to put those people outside of Twitter.”

One of the few instances in which McFarland had taken personal offense to some of the vitriol directed against him was when he had to respond to a tweet posted after last season’s Super Bowl, which featured McFarland as a headliner at halftime. Another time he responded to a question about his time at ESPN with the comment, “Who the [expletive] is Josh [Freeny]?”

At some point in a lunar orbit around the planet, you must make something else happen a moon landing sounds more like it would be nice. The striker looked comfortable on his return to the action after a threemonth absence, helping make a terrific start that has seen Liverpool lead the table for the first time.
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