(CBS) - It looks like the perfect day for soccer: nice weather and blue skies. But then suddenly a tornado forms in the middle of the soccer field, forcing the children and their coaches to run for cover. This video is a shocking reminder of how quickly weather can turn from fair to life-threatening and back again. Fortunately no one was injured. Japanese news station SBC originally reported the story. The video is from 2006, long before the troubles that Japan is currently dealing with. The cyclone that struck the soccer game is more accurately considered a dust devilrather than a tornado, but try telling that to the kids hugging the ground as their tents are lifted into the air.


Just when you think you’ve seen soccer players at their most cowardly moment we get this gem from Japan 2006.    I’m talking mid game players just stop running, stop competing and start hiding under the bench and shit.     Was a time out taken?  Nope.  Was it half time?   Nope.   So what caused this gutless behavior you ask?  Just a little old gust of wind/sandstorm/tornado touching down at midfield.  That’s all it takes to make soccer pussies run for cover like their hair is on fire.    Why am I not surprised?  So fucking typical…