Next Stop: The World Cup!
April 30, 2006 1:02 AM   Subscribe

Jimmy Jump. The guy who stormed the pitch and cheekily presented Thierry Henry with a Barcelona jersey during last week's Champion's League match versus Villareal has a website. Regardless of where you stand on pitch invaders, "there will be no way to remain indiferent in front of his universal cause of feeling implicated with what he does."

He's got a few videos, too.
posted by TheFarSeid (11 comments total)
I neglected to mention the Jimmy Jump documentary entitled "Jump! A Dreamer's Day", which also features "the world’s #1 Streaker, Mark Roberts."
posted by TheFarSeid at 1:10 AM on April 30, 2006

One day, someone will shoot at him when he jumps onto the pitch. Then, he'll stop jumping.
posted by jsavimbi at 1:38 AM on April 30, 2006

If Thierry goes to Barca this summer, I will find Jimmy Jump and beat the crap out of him, because it will be his ominous action that would allow such a tragedy to occur.
posted by dopamine at 4:40 AM on April 30, 2006

I keep reading about this soccer football thing. I need to start watching it.
posted by blacklite at 6:17 AM on April 30, 2006

Jimmy Jump belongs in the trickster thread.
posted by foot at 7:17 AM on April 30, 2006

Any relation to Johnnie Jump?

Johnnie jump does the dying fly whilst urfing Jake's Point at Kalbari.
posted by asok at 7:19 AM on April 30, 2006

Yeah, Jimmy-- try getting onto a pitch in Germany in June... see where it gets you.

Jimmy's down!
posted by wfc123 at 7:20 AM on April 30, 2006

I'd love to see him try that in the U.S.

he obviously has a pre-9/11 mind set and the po-po, not to mention the players, would fix him of that good.
posted by photoslob at 7:48 AM on April 30, 2006

I thoroughly hate it when wankers think they are part of the game and can storm the pitch or run the field. And I really like it when they try it at a football game and get clotheslined and then taken off the field on a stretcher and then they get arrested.

Nothing like traction to help you remember that spectators don't take part in the game.
posted by fenriq at 9:58 AM on April 30, 2006

I met Jummy once, funnily enough, it was in Madrid. The girls were digging him for sure.
posted by itchychin at 12:24 PM on May 1, 2006

Is he the guy who ran straight into the net during the last Euro cup? That was hilarious
posted by cell divide at 1:03 PM on May 1, 2006

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