Space-X Launches Mission To Retrieve Michael Bradley Penalty Kick From Orbit

Cape Canaveral, Florida - Space-X, today, launched a mission to retrieve Michael Bradley's penalty kick from Earth Geosynchronous orbit.

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Space-X owner Elon Musk said that part of their mission would be to test a new multi stage rocket technology that allows the company to reconnect stages in space and then land them in the guise of famous landmarks. The Mission Bradley rocket will land as a full scale replica of the Eiffel Tower with Bradley's Ball as the pinnacle of the radio tower.

"This new technique of retrieving poorly struck penalty kicks and shots is something we've been developing for FIFA for the past 5 years," stated Musk to our reporter. "The impetus was placed upon us after the Sergio Ramos penalty miss and the Wondolowski shank."

According to insider sources, NASA informed Space-X that there is entirely too much soccer related debris orbiting the Earth and that they are concerned with launching future missions to repair spy satellites if they have to plow through every shanked penalty kick that is now in orbit over Russia.

"It is our hope that we can contribute to the clean-up of space and retrieve Bradley's ball from orbit. This is a test case that will eventually let us post someone up in space with a life raft and a net to catch future penalty kicks from American players," stated Musk.

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Space-X nicknames this Operation Trinidad.