The offending article was originally called, "The 30 Funniest Header Faces," and it had all the makings of a perfect Buzzfeed article. A number at the beginning of the headline as well as a superlative (funniest) to help give it SEO juice. A long stream of images that can be whipped through without thought. Plus, it's pinned to a specific, but very large audience (soccer players and fans) but still has enough of a dumb humor angle to make it appeal to the general public. It's textbook sleazy internet content creation. I'm not going to link to it. You know how to find it if you want to see it.