Facebook Pages for 90’s Fictional Sports Heroes

If only Facebook, or better yet the internet was around for the early 90’s, when feel-good kids sports movies were king, and CGI-alien-robot-apocalypse saturated blockbusters were kept in comic books and board games. To pay homage to the athletic prowess of fictional 90’s sports stars, we’ve created renditions of what their Facebook timelines would have looked like, fully equipped with the creepily accurate Facebook ads.

Greg Goldberg (Mighty Ducks)

Sanca Coffie (Cool Runnings)

Michael “Squints” Palledorous (The Sandlot)

Henry Rowengardner (Rookie of The Year)

Spike (Little Giants)

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