Friday, 27 November 2020

Maikol Yordan At The Superbowl XLIX

QCOSTARICA LIGHTER SIDE – From the VATICAN ENQUIRER, Costa Rica’s film superstar Miajol Yordan (pronounced Michael Jordan) took time out of from his “lost travel” (Viaje Perdido in Spanish) to take in the Superbowl 2015 in Arizona.

Maikol posted the photos on his Facebook page, saying the best part was watching the cheerleaders. “We don’t have these at the Saprissa games,” said Yordan.

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