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The Arsenal Team of the Decade (1997-2007)

When Arsene Wenger took charge of the Arsenal Football Club in October 2006 he was relatively unknown in the English football community. Since his arrival, however, Wenger has transformed Arsenal into a successful, multi-national side with a strong emphasis on stylish, attacking football.

As a passionate supporter of Arsenal for the past ten years I have had the privilege to witness Wenger’s entire tenure as manager of the club. In that time I have watched the club win the Premier League title three times (1998, 2002 & 2004), the FA Cup four times (1998, 2002, 2003 & 2005) and reached both the UEFA Cup Final and Champions League Final once each (2000 & 2006 respectively). I have seen many great players come and go from the club from all over the world and been spoilt by some scintillating attacking football.

So without further ado I am happy to present, playing in Wenger’s favoured 4-4-2 formation, the Arsenal Team of the Decade.

Goalkeeper of the Decade: Jens Lehmann

German goalkeeper Jens Lehmann joined Arsenal in July 2003 as a replacement for long-serving Englishman David Seaman. Whilst many supporters will no doubt question Lehmann’s selection in this side over his predecessor I think it is hard to argue with Lehmann’s outstanding performances for Arsenal. In his first season with the club Lehmann went the entire Premiership season without losing a game – an astonishing tribute to his consistency and ability in goals.

His next season was less spectacular but he put in a significant man-of-the-match performance in Arsenal’s FA Cup Final win over bitter rivals Manchester United. Lehmann’s stepped up another level in the 2005/06 season when going unbeaten throughout his entire Champions League campaign with Arsenal until being unfortunately sent off in the final. He was subsequently awarded with the Champions League Goalkeeper of the Year.

An astonishing save from Real Madrid’s Raul in the quarter-final second-leg and an important late save from Juan Riquelme’s penalty-kick in the semi-final second-leg against Villareal were the highlights of his campaign. Lehmann has always been a fine shot-stopper and despite a tendency to be hot-headed deserves his place as Arsenal’s Goalkeeper of the Decade.

Best Moment: With Arsenal 1-0 ahead of Villareal on aggregate and on the brink of their first Champions League Final their opponents was awarded a late penalty to give Riquelme the opportunity to send the tie into extra-time. But up stepped Jens Lehmann who dived to his left and kept out Riquelme’s penalty to spark delirium in the Arsenal camp and put them through to their first Champions League final.

Right Back of the Decade: Lauren

Cameroonian midfielder Lauren joined Arsenal from Real Mallorca in 2000 and was converted to Arsenal’s first-choice right back for the 2001/02 season. He was an integral part of the Arsenal defence that won the double in that season, equally adept at defending and attacking and forming a vital partnership with Freddie Ljungberg down the right flank.

Lauren was an incredibly gifted player with exceptional technical ability. He combined this technique with great speed and aggression to make the ideal attacking right-back. He was a member of the Arsenal side that went through the Premiership season in 2003-2004 undefeated but was suspended for four matches for confronting Ruud van Nistelrooij after the Manchester United striker’s penalty miss against Arsenal at Old Trafford.

Despite leaving to the club and joining in January, 2007, Lauren will go down as one of Arsenal’s best wing-backs of all time and gets his place as Arsenal’s Right-Back of the Decade.

Best Moment: With six games to go in the 2001/02 season Arsenal were locked in a tight battle with Manchester United for the Premiership title. The Gunners met London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in a crucial game which was poised at 1-1 late in the second half. When Thierry Henry won a penalty for Arsenal in the 85th minute it was – surpisingly – Lauren who took responsibility for the kick. With all the confidence in the world he poked his penalty down the middle of the goal to seal crucial win for the club and set them on their way to the Premiership title.

Central Defender of the Decade: Tony Adams (Captain)

It is impossible to leave the man nicknamed “Mr Arsenal” out of this side. Although previously suffering from alcoholism during the 1990s Tony Adams was revitalised by the arrival of Arsene Wenger and the implementation of the club’s reformed dietary practices and went on to captain the club to two league-and-cup doubles, in 1997/98 & 2001/02.

Adams was the ultimate English central-defender; tall, strong and an excellent in the air. He excelled at organising the defence but was also a ferocious man-marker. Adams is the most successful captain in the club’s history and is the only English football player to captain a league-winning team in three separate decades.

As such, Adams not only makes it into the Arsenal Team of the Decade as one of the central defenders but is also handed the captain’s armband as a tribute to his leadership and loyalty to the Arsenal Football Club over his eighteen-year career.

Best Moment: Tony Adams capped his and Arsenal’s exceptional Premiership campaign in 1997/98 with the final goal of the season. When central defensive partner Steve Bould collected the ball on halfway Adams tore off towards the goal and Bould chipped the ball into his path. With only the goalkeeper to beat he smashed the ball past the Everton goalkeeper to round off Arsenal’s brilliant season.

Central Defender of the Decade: Kolo Toure

Arsene Wenger signed Kolo Toure from Ivorian club ASEC Mimosas for the tiny sum of £150,000 in 2002 and turned him into a superstar. Originally thought to be a midfield utility player, Toure was converted to central defence by Wenger and formed a strong partnership with Sol Campbell that saw the club go undefeated in the Premiership in the 2003/04 season.

Toure’s success at converting to central defence is made all the more remarkable by a style of play more attributed to a winger. His blinding speed, natural agility and strength on the ball have proved more than enough compensation for his modest height of 1.83m. Like Adams, Toure is a natural leader on the pitch and has become a fans’ favourite at Arsenal. He was part of the Arsenal defence that went 10 games without conceding a goal in the Champions League and continues to be touted as a future captain of the club.

While many supporters will believe that Sol Campbell should get the second centre-back position on this team I think Toure pips him due to his superior technique on the ball. As such, Toure partners Tony Adams as the second central defender in the Arsenal Team of the Decade.

Best Moment: Arsenal played Villareal off the park in the first half of the Champions League semi-final first-leg match at Highbury but were unable to find the goal their play deserved. But right at the death of the half Toure popped up to turn home Alexander Hleb’s cross and score his first ever Champions League goal. It would turn out to be the crucial goal in the tie which finished 1-0 to Arsenal after a 0-0 draw in the return leg made famous by Jens Lehmann’s penalty save.

Left Back of the Decade: Ashley Cole

It pains me to say it after his recent disloyalty to the club, but Ashley Cole gets the position of left-back in the Arsenal Team of the Decade ahead of Nigel Winterburn and Silvinho. While at the club Cole was an integral part of Arsenal’s attacking double-winning sides of 2001/02 and 2003/04.

Always willing to get forward and support with his exhilarating pace, Cole is blessed with excellent technical skills and is a solid crosser of the ball. He is an excellent tackler and has often dominated in games against Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo, a credit to his man-marking ability.

It is a shame that Cole’s career at Arsenal ended the way it did and he will always be remembered for that rather than his fabulous performances that he gave in the seven years he spent with the club. For these consistent performances and Cole gets a spot in the team as the Left-Back of the Decade.

Best Moment: Cole’s performance against Manchester United when marking Cristiano Ronaldo in the 2005 FA Cup was one of the best in his Arsenal career. He nullified Ronaldo’s dribbling time and time again to enable Arsenal cling on to a 0-0 draw until the end of extra-time. Then, in the penalty shoot-out Cole calmly converted his spot-kick as Arsenal went on to win the trophy for the third time in four years.

Right Midfielder of the Decade: Fredrik Ljungberg

Fredrik Ljungberg joined Arsenal in 1998 for £3 million from Swedish side Halmstads BK following an outstanding performance for his national team against England in a World Cup Qualification match. Wenger took a considerable risk in signing the player without seeing him play live but his faith was rewarded in part when Ljungberg scored on debut as a substitute in a 3-0 win over Manchester United.

He ended the 2000/01 season in fine form with a run of goals before scoring in Arsenal’s FA Cup Final loss to Liverpool in Cardiff. Ljungberg hit his best run of form for the club a year later in the closing rounds of the 2001/02 season where he netted in five consecutive matches before providing the assist for Sylvain Wiltord to wrap up the title for Arsenal at Old Trafford. He scored a marvellous solo goal against Chelsea in the FA Cup Final to become the first player to score in two consecutive FA Cup Finals in 50 years.

Ljungberg’s defining characteristics have always been his speed, tenacity and ability to make late, surging runs into the box to create goalscoring chances. Few are able to do this as well as Ljungberg and as such, he gets the right midfield position in the Arsenal Team of the Decade.

Best Moment: In the final matches of the 2001/02 Premiership-winning year Ljungberg scored vital goals on an almost ridiculously consistent basis. But it was one of his goals, scored earlier in the season against Liverpool at Anfield that defined Arsenal’s title-winning side. With Arsenal down to ten men after Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s harsh dismissal the side were well and truly up against it. But Ljungberg proceeded to decide the game by first winning a penalty for Thierry Henry to open the scoring before firing in the sealer after a fine bit of Robert Pires trickery. That goal and Ljungberg’s celebration remain a personal favourite memory of mine and define the fighting characteristics of the 2001/02 Arsenal side.

Central Midfielder of the Decade: Patrick Vieira (Vice-Captain)

Arsene Wenger’s purchase of the Senegalese-born French international from AC Milan in September 1996 for £3.5 million is widely regarded as one of his best pieces of transfer business. After joining the club, Wenger developed Vieira into a composed and technically proficient midfielder to compliment his endless stamina and physical strength.

Vieira made a habit of scoring a number of long-range goals early in his time at Arsenal but became more and more defensive as his career progressed. His defensive nature provided stability for the defence and allowed the likes of Cole and Lauren to push forward and assist Ljungberg and Pires in forward attacks. Nevertheless, Vieira still had a knack of bobbing up in big matches and slotting home a goal or two.

He was captain of the Arsenal sides that won the double in 2001-2002 and went unbeaten in the Premiership in 2003-2004 before winning the 2005 FA Cup Final with his final kick for the club before joining Italian side Juventus. He will remain a true Arsenal legend and there can be no arguments about Vieira’s place in the Team of the Decade as the premier central midfielder.

Best Moment: It was a fitting end to his Arsenal career when Patrick Vieira lined up to take the fifth and final kick against Manchester United in 2005 and scored to win the FA Cup for the club. Vieira had many great moments as captain of Arsenal but to win the the trophy with his final kick for the club was a fairytale end to an outstanding career.

Central Midfielder of the Decade: Gilberto Silva

The Brazilian midfielder joined Arsenal for £4.5 million in August 2002 following outstanding performances for his country at the World Cup in Korea & Japan. He brought with him a reputation for simple, effective football – something not normally attributed to a Brazilian player – with his favoured position as a holding midfielder, sitting just in front of the defence.

Gilberto made an immediate mark in his first match for Arsenal, scoring the winning goal in the 2002 Community Shield against Liverpool. His first season with the club was looked on with mixed reviews and a tendency for him to appear invisible during games frustrated supporters. But in his second season, any frustrations vanished. He formed a skilful and physical central pairing with club captain Patrick Vieira and helped Arsenal go through the entire Premier League season unbeaten.

Gilberto has remained a vital member of the starting team and became vice-captain after Vieira’s departure from the club. He was widely regarded as the club’s best player in the 2006/07 season which brought out the best in Gilberto as both a leader and goalscorer. His versatility and quiet consistency over his time with Arsenal makes Gilberto the perfect central midfield partner for Patrick Vieira in the Team of the Decade.

Best Moment: Although he missed a penalty, the thrill of captaining Arsenal for the first time to a 1-0 victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford will live long in the memory for Gilberto. He was a commanding, dominating presence in midfield and allowed the more skilful Cesc Fabregas the freedom to trouble the Manchester United defence. If ever there was a game that signalled Gilberto’s transition from team player to team leader then this was it.

Left Midfielder of the Decade: Robert Pires

The French dynamo joined Arsenal from Marseille in 2000 for £6 million and left the club for Spanish side Villareal six years later in the summer of 2006. The impact that Robert Pires had on the success of Arsenal between those two dates was remarkable. Pires scored 62 goals and provided 43 assists in 189 Premiership appearances to make his mark as a player of astonishing effectiveness.

Pires’ two peaks of form as an Arsenal player came in the 2001/02 season when he was voted PFA Player of the Season after dominating the midfield for Arsenal, and the 2003/04 season in which he scored 14 goals to help the club go unbeaten in the Premiership for an entire season. Pires’ biggest attributes were his flawless control, blistering pace and technical creativity. Importantly, he was equally adept at scoring beautiful or ugly goals at crucial moments for the club.

He formed a formidable attacking relationship with the likes of Fredrik Ljungberg, Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry and is an obvious choice as the Left Midfielder of the Decade for Arsenal.

Best Moment: The pinnacle of Pires’ Arsenal career came in his second season at the club when he was voted PFA Player of the Year despite missing the last two months of the season with a knee injury. His finest moment of that season came in a match against Aston Villa where Pires scored an outrageous individual goal to seal a 2-0 victory. Receiving a long ball from Ljungberg, Pires flicked the ball over Aston Villa defender George Boateng’s head before chipping Danish goalkeeper Peter Schmeicel. It was a moment of pure class from a class player.

Forward of the Decade: Thierry Henry

When Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger signed Thierry Henry from Juventus in August 1999 for £10.5 million it was seen by most observers to be a strange decision. At his spell in Italy, Henry was used mainly on the wing and scored just three goals in 16 appearances for Juventus – generally struggling with the defensive discipline in the Serie A. Upon arrival at Arsenal he was immediately converted into a striker by Wenger and since that day the club and Henry have never looked back. Although he failed to score in his first ten matches with Arsenal, Henry ended his first season with 26 and a star was born.

Henry is now the highest goalscorer in Arsenal history with 174 goals from 254 games. But his performances have always been about so much more than just scoring goals. He is an amazing athlete, one of the fastest players with the ball at his feet in the history of the game and has an inventiveness and imagination that has thrilled the football world. Highlights include his amazing self-made volley against Manchester United, his hat-trick away to Roma in the Champions League, a stunning individual running goal at home to London rivals Tottenham and a late header to win last season’s Premiership match at home against Manchester United.

There are no words that can accurately describe the impact that Thierry Henry has had on the success of Arsenal since he signed in 1999. His promotion to captain after Patrick Vieira’s departure was a reward for his loyalty and influence at the club and a sign of the great respect that his fellow teammates and the Arsenal community have for him. As such, Henry not only makes it into the Team of the Decade but is also named the Arsenal Player of the Decade.

Best Moment: In the middle of the historic 2003/04 season Arsenal faced Liverpool at Highbury after being knocked out of both the Champions League and the FA Cup in consecutive matches. The performance that Henry produced on that day was truly astonishing as he single-handedly turned a 2-1 half-time deficit into a stunning 4-2 victory. His second goal of the match – to grab the lead for Arsenal for the first time – was one of his best ever for the club. After dribbling halfway past three Liverpool defenders he coolly slotted past Liverpool goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek to get Arsenal’s Premiership season back on track.

Forward of the Decade: Dennis Bergkamp

Dennis Bergkamp signed for Arsenal for in June 1995 for £7.5million after two disappointing seasons with Inter Milan in the Serie A. The Dutchman hit his best form after the arrival of Arsene Wenger in 1996 and was voted as the PFA Player of the Year for the 1997/98 season when Arsenal won the league and cup double. Bergkamp’s best attributes were always his impeccable control and intelligence when on the ball. He would rarely waste a touch and was just as able to set up a teammate for a goal with a brilliant pass or flick as he was to finish chances for himself.

The quality of the goals that Bergkamp scored is something to cherish as an Arsenal supporter. This is best illustrated in a 3-3 draw with Leicester City where Bergkamp scored a hat-trick of such brilliance that his three goals took up all three spots in the Premier League Goal of the Month award – the first and only time a single player has achieved this. There was also a monumental goal he scored against Newcastle where he bamboozled his marker to score the Goal of the Season in 2002. Goals became less frequent as his career progressed but until his retirement at the end of the 2005/06 season Bergkamp remained a valuable member of Wenger’s team.

Dennis Bergkamp will always be remembered as a great team player and one of the most influential Arsenal players in the club’s history. Thierry Henry has previously called him the “perfect” strike partner because of his unselfishness and ability to read the game. This unselfishness is illustrated by the fact that as well as scoring 121 goals for Arsenal he has also provided 166 assists for the club. This makes him the ideal partner for Henry in the Arsenal Team of the Decade.

Best Moment: The 2-0 victory that Arsenal recorded away to Newcastle in the 2001-2002 Premiership season will forever be remembered for Bergkamp’s amazing piece of skill in opening the scoring for the Gunners. There is conjecture over whether his touch was intentional but in flicking the ball past Newcastle defender Nicos Dabizas and slotting past Shay Given he is credited with scoring one of the best goals in the history of the game.

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Who Has Scored Most Hat Tricks In Football History Soccer Fixture: Chelsea Versus Manchester United

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Soccer Fixture: Chelsea Versus Manchester United

Chelsea v Manchester United is one of the classic north-south fixtures in the English football calendar.

Chelsea first faced Manchester United on Christmas Day 1905 – some nine months after the club was founded by Edwardian businessman Henry Augustus ‘Gus’ Mears. The match was played at Bank Street, Clayton, Manchester and attracted a crowd of 35,000 to witness the 0.0 draw in this Football League Second Division clash.

Mears hired a famous architect of the time, Archibald Leach, to build a grand new stadium – Stamford Bridge – at Fulham Road, where the new team would play. The first football match played there was a friendly against Liverpool on 4 September 1905, which Chelsea won 4.0. The game also featured the first 4-page match program in London and reflected the growing interest in football in southern England, away from its original heartland in the north and Midlands.

Manchester United traveled south for the first time to play the Pensioners at Stamford Bridge on 13 April 1906 – this time it was Good Friday, but the result was still a draw, in front of a huge holiday crowd of 67,000. Charles Sagar put United ahead early in the second half before Tommy McDermott equalized for Chelsea ten minutes from time.

It was Sagar’s first season at Manchester United and he scored on his league debut for them in a 5.1 win against Bristol City. Wayne Rooney is the only other United player in football history to score a hat-trick on his debut for the club. The Red Devils were second in the league at the time of this Easter clash with Chelsea and, indeed, would finish runners-up to Bristol City (the club they beat on the opening day of the season) to gain promotion to the English First Division. Chelsea finished third in their first competitive league season.

Chelsea had to travel to Bank Street again to beat Man United for the first time – now in the League Division – on 7 November 1908. The game ended 1.0 to Chelsea with George Hilsdon scoring their winning goal from the penalty spot. At Stamford Bridge, however, the wait for victory was much longer – almost 12 years in fact; and the World War separated these first two victories.

George Hilsdon began his career at West Ham United, joining Chelsea in 1906. He was two better than Sagar and Rooney, scoring five goals on his Chelsea debut in a 9.2 win over Glossop North End (Glossop are just under fourteen miles from Manchester!) . He was the first player to score 100 goals for the club and was known in West London by his nickname “The Gatling Gun”. He was given this designation because he was known for hitting unstoppable shots that were so powerful they felt like they were fired from a gun! After scoring a total of 108 goals for Chelsea, he returned to play for West Ham before being drafted into service in the First World War where he was seriously injured on the Western Front in a mustard gas attack. Only four people attended his funeral when he died, in Leicester, in 1941, and he lay in an unmarked grave for around 74 years until Chelsea fans rallied to fund a tombstone for this now-forgotten hero.

Manchester United won at Chelsea for the first time on September 28, 1907 – a 4.1 win in the First Division. Hillsdon got a Chelsea goal again and Billy Meredith made it two for the Reds. United continued to perform well at Fulham, winning three and drawing two in their next five league games. It wasn’t until 17 January 1920 that Chelsea finally secured their first home win over Man United – 1.0 in Division 1 – in front of a crowd of 40,000. Center forward John Kok scored the only goal of the game. This will be the occasion for great celebration – brightening the post-war gloom in that part of the capital – ironically, on the same day that Prohibition went into effect in the US.

On 6 September 1930, Chelsea scored six goals (the most goals in a home game between two teams) past an Old Trafford player. Alexander Cheyne scored a hat-trick on the day and Hughie Gallacher got two more in a 6.2 over win. a top-flight clash watched by 48,648 at the Bridge.

Alexander ‘Alec’ Cheine signed for Chelsea that year alone for a then club record fee of £6,000. A year earlier, while playing for his native Scotland against England, Cheyne scored a direct goal from a corner with just a minute left in the match. The 110,000 fans – most of them rooting for Scotland, who were down to ten men at the time – continued even after the final whistle. This was the first time such a noise had been recorded and it became known as the ‘Hampden Roar’ and the match was forever branded as the ‘Cheine International’.

Chelsea’s biggest lead in a win against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge came sixty-nine years later on 3 October 1999. The Blues won by 5.0 in the Premier League in front of a crowd of 34,909. Gus Poyet scored twice for Chelsea that day – his first after just 27 seconds, from which the Reds never recovered. Bearing in mind that United had become the first English football team to win the treble of League, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League in May of that year, and had gone 29 league games unbeaten before this match, it was a truly remarkable result. , not only in the context of matches between the two sides, but in the history of football in general.

Manchester United have scored four goals in five league games at Stamford Bridge – the third of which gave them their best margin of victory. There they beat Chelsea 4.0 in a First Division game on 29 November 1947 with Johnny Morris scoring a hat-trick. Morris scored 35 goals in 93 appearances for United in all competitions and helped them win the FA Cup the following year.

One of the most dramatic league meetings – and the highest total (11) – between these clubs at Stamford Bridge took place on 16 October 1954 in front of a crowd of 55,966. Chelsea scored five goals again, with Seamus O’Connell marking his Chelsea debut with a hat-trick (he and George Hilsdon are the only two Chelsea players to score hat-tricks on debut for the club). However, Manchester United hit back with six goals of their own, Denis Violette also scoring a hat-trick and Tommy Taylor with two. Sadly, Taylor would die in the Munich air crash less than four years later.

The highest score in this match was achieved on February 5, 2012 with a match that ended 3.3. Chelsea led 3.0 from the game, but two Wayne Rooney penalties and Javier Hernandez’s equalizer six minutes from time completed United’s comeback.

Another dramatic encounter – albeit with fewer goals – took place later that year: on 28 October 2012 in the Premier League. United won once again, 3.2, but the score only tells us the result, not the story of the match. This time United were two goals up after just twelve minutes, but Chelsea managed to equalize with Juan Mata’s free kick and Ramirez’s header. Chelsea were then reduced to nine after Branislav Ivanovic and Fernando Torres were sent off, before Javier Hernandez (again!) scored a controversial winner (deemed offside by the Blues) fifteen minutes from time. Manchester United would win the league that season, while Chelsea settled for success in the Europa League.

United won by the same margin of 3.2 at Stamford Bridge just over forty-one years earlier on 18 August 1971 with some famous names on the scoresheet: Tommy Baldwin and Peter Osgood for Chelsea; Willie Morgan, Bobby Charlton and Brian Kidd for United. Another huge home crowd of 54,763 came to see these two top teams who have also been so good in Europe in recent seasons – Chelsea in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup that year and Manchester United as the first English team to lift the UEFA European Championship three years earlier .

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Who Has More Fans In Football Messi Or Ronaldo C Ronaldo – Pros and Cons

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C Ronaldo – Pros and Cons

Although C.Ronaldo MAY look invincible at the moment, but there are or maybe even flaws in his style of play. So crap on trying to compare him to L.Messi, let’s look at C.Ronaldo. Basically Ronaldo has (or can have):PRO

AVERAGE

  • Tremendous pace. Some people call C.Ronaldo a “speed demon”, and I am one of those people.
  • He can make things out of thin air against teams that don’t have a concrete plan on how to deal with him, which is usually the case in the EPL.
  • He is very fit, which means he can run all day. This quality especially comes in handy when his side gets a red card or something. He can take that extra burden on himself.
  • He can shoot with both feet, although his left foot shot is nothing more than a swinger. He doesn’t really try to control the ball, he just kicks it towards the goal.
  • He can take ridiculous free kicks. Which curve, bend, accelerate at the same time and change direction multiple times.
  • He has individual skill that allows him to get past defenders in two ways with ease. Either they will skillfully dribble them or they will just take the first step and knock them out of the competition.
  • He can head the ball well for someone with so much skill in his boots.
  • It has all the tricks in the book and some that are not in the book.
  • Amusingly for the fans, most people pay just to watch him train unlike players like Gattuso or Giggs.
  • He has a good football brain, although not the best. Sometimes he makes terrible decisions.
  • His tight feet allow him to maneuver the ball in very tight spaces.
  • His name is Ronaldo. When a defender reads that name on the back of C.Ronaldo’s shirt, he usually starts to tremble and this is the reason why most defenders play poorly against C.Ronaldo because of the mere presence of his name, not even himself, which is a big plus.
  • The last 3 seasons he was in incredible form. The numbers were an astounding 23 in 53 games in 2006-2007 and 42 in 49 games in 2007-2008. These numbers are scary even for a striker, and C.Ronaldo is only a winger. Although, he is not a pure winger, he is more of a winger.

CONS

  • Take the speed out of his game and you have the garbage bag that is C.Ronaldo.
  • He has a huge attitude.
  • Show plenty of ships.
  • Finishes his dribbles.
  • He doesn’t like to pass, he passes now that he knows Ferguson wouldn’t tolerate it any other way.
  • His crosses are not the best in the world.
  • Not quite a traditional wing.
  • He is not, by any means, a great player.
  • Does not handle pressure well.
  • I can’t stand the strict marking.
  • Play for fame and glory, not passion and country (or club).
  • Loyalty is something Ronaldo has yet to encounter in his life, or so it seems. Like he just wanted out of Manchester United when Real Madrid came looking for him with their millions.

Don’t get me wrong, but this is my HONEST opinion of him. But now he was in great shape. I mean, come on, 40 goals in a season. I don’t care how bad the player is. If that player can score 40 goals, in any league, let alone the EPL, that’s enough for him to play in Real Madrid.

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Who Has Missed The Most Penalties In Football History World Cup 2006 Preview – Italy

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World Cup 2006 Preview – Italy

Final odds: 10/1

Group E winners: 10/11

Italy are the great masters of heart-wrenching tragedy when it comes to major finals. At all three World Cups held in the 1990s, Italy conceded penalties, including Roberto Baggio’s infamous miss against Brazil in the 1994 final.

They are not doing much better in Europe either. With Euro 2000 in the bag, opponents France equalized four minutes into stoppage time and went on to win, while at Euro 2004, Italy eased in the group stage when Sweden and Denmark drew 2-2, the only result that would have pushed both teams through at the expense of the Italians.

Italy have failed when it’s the most important art form and are likely to provide plenty of high drama in this summer’s finals. However, they tend to force it on themselves more often than not.

In a move that would make wheeler dealer manager Barry Fry proud, Italy coach Marcelo Lippi used a whopping 36 players in qualifying, so it’s arguable he still hasn’t found his best starting eleven. However, after 10 qualifying matches in which no player appeared in more than eight matches, Italy may not have the stability to see out a triumph in Germany.

Italy are notoriously slow starters in major finals which won’t help matters in what is potentially the toughest group of all. They lost an early match in Slovenia in the qualifiers and could come unstuck against unknown quantity Ghana in their opening match.

After a minor blip in qualifying, the Italians went unbeaten for the rest of the campaign, proving they are solid if not spectacular, and top the group with five points. There’s no value in them winning Group E at 10/11 or qualifying from it at huge odds, but given their history of being “there or there” they’re likely to secure a place in the final.

Their success will come thanks to a watertight defense led by Fabio Cannavaro, who missed the embarrassing defeat to South Korea in the 2002 final, and Alessandro Nesta.

Lippi also has the headache of who to play in attack. Veterans Alessandro Del Piero and Christian Vieri could make way for Milan’s Alberto Gilardino and Fiorentina’s Luca Toni, who scored four goals in eight qualifying matches. Real Madrid’s Antonio Cassano is another option.

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An unpredictable line-up and a history of doing ‘just enough’ to progress through the tournament rather than winning in style means there is more value in opposing Italy than backing them to win the group or qualify from it. Their final match against the Czech Republic could finish all the squares if a point is all that both sides need to progress to the last 16.

Italy – Czech Republic draw @ 11/5

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Over the years, millions of NFL fans have purchased Chicago Bears tickets. The Bears are a professional team that has been around for almost a century. The franchise was founded in 1919 in Decatur, IL. In just two short years, he moved to Chicago, where he remains to this day.

The Bears are one of the few franchises left since the founding of the National Football League. They have played in several different stadiums over the decades, including Wrigley Field and the current Soldier Field.

Another notable thing about the Bears is that they have a huge number of players, coaches and managers who have been inducted into the Football Hall of Fame. Some Hall of Famers have spent their entire careers with this team. In 1963, original head coach, founder and former Bears player, George Halas; Red Grange; and halfback Bronko Nagurski were all part of the original inductee class. Only in the period 1963-1967, the team received 14 people.

With players like Mike Singletary, Walter Payton and “Iron” Mike Ditka over the years, it’s no surprise that the Bears have had such a successful history. Ditka served not only as a player for the Bears, but also as a coach.

Considering this team’s long and interesting history, you definitely need to see them the next time you get the chance. If you’ve been to a bear game before, then you know how exciting it all can be.

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Who Got Hurt In The Football Game Last Night Can a Teacher Be Sued? YES! But Don’t Panic!

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Can a Teacher Be Sued? YES! But Don’t Panic!

Can Teachers be Sued? YES, but don’t panic!

For aspiring teachers, there are two courses that I would immediately mandate: 1) Acting, and 2) School Law for Teachers. With the exception of a small amount of information related to Special Education Law, there exists no formal instruction designed for teachers. This causes all of us to be dependent upon others, like union officers and grizzled veterans who really don’t know the law but are full of great scary stories about what happened one time or what might happen if you try something and someone gets hurt, or how easily a teacher can be sued because of the crazy lawyers and parents out there, etc. This article will tell you what really happens from the standpoint of legal liability as well as a few other things that might happen in the school setting where legal issues could arise.

REPEATER’S LIABILITY

For example, here is something you have never heard before and nobody talks about that could cause you to be sued: It’s called “Repeater’s Liability.” What is it? You know about the “rumor mill” in your school or place of work. The rumor mill seems to be open 24-7- it never sleeps. Occasionally, someone tells you a story about someone else that, for example, may be shocking or salacious. You hear the rumor and you pass the rumor along to others. The story that is being passed around gets back to the one whom the story is about and this person comes to you and asks if you told this story to a certain person or persons. You reply, yes, you did, but you were merely passing along a story from the rumor mill that almost everyone already knows about, and besides, the story did not originate with you anyway. The person about whom you passed on the story decides to sue you for defamation claiming he was injured by this false story. Your defense is as you stated above- you were merely just passing the story along and you did not know whether it was true or false. Under the Doctrine of Repeater’s Liability, the jury finds you liable for Defamation and you have to pay damages to the person whom the story was about. Do you like gossip? Stop liking it. Repeater’s Liability means that if a person wants to come after you legally for a story that has been spread about him, the court will treat the story being spread as though it ORIGINATED WITH YOU. Do you need any greater motivation for not being a gossiper? This, of course, may cause you to avoid going into a faculty room unless absolutely necessary because these places are virtual gossip pits.

INDEMNIFICATION

Here’s another one you probably never heard of that has the potential to be a problem for you some day. Everyone has heard of the “Deep Pockets Theory”. Thus is part of an old wives tale or urban legend that if you do something negligent you don’t have to be too worried because no lawyer is ever going to come after you- you don’t make enough money to make it worth the Plaintiff’s while. Instead, the injured party is going to sue the school district because they have a much larger liability policy and, quite simply, there is far more money to be had in damages. We’ve all heard this one. Here is the real story. It is possible in a lawsuit that the Plaintiff or injured party will come after just the school district, but he is probably going to come after multiple defendants, including you. However, for the sake of argument, let’s say that a negligent act by you causes a child to be injured, and the attorney for the injured child decides to sue only the school district and the district is found liable for the actions of its employee under a theory of Agency, meaning that the teacher is an agent of the school district. Under the Doctrine if Indemnification, the school district may now sue you to be reimbursed for the amount of damages they were required to pay in the original lawsuit. Thus, “Deep Pockets” or not, your negligent actions can cost you.

RES IPSA LOQUITOR

A third matter that you never heard about that could affect you by way of the above-described indemnification process is Res Ipsa Loquitor. It’s a very pretentious sounding legal term. It is merely Latin for “The Thing or event speaks for itself”. In the typical example, a child goes to school, and while sitting in a class, for example, a light fixture falls from the ceiling, hits the child in the head, and causes a serious injury. Here, the plaintiff will not have to prove that someone is negligent because, the court will reason that when a child goes to school, he is not supposed to be hit in the head by a light fixture and get injured. This is Negligence Per Se- there is nothing for the Plaintiff to prove- it’s obvious- the school is at fault. The district will be liable for damages. In a subsequent investigation, the district finds out that this happened once before in your class and you did not report it to anyone because no one got hurt anyway. The district could seek to indemnify you for this amount of damages. This is why, in whatever facility you do your teaching, the minute you find that some part of the facility is not working as designed or is broken, you put a memo- or a district work order- in writing with your signature and copied to the principal- and send it to the custodian or Director of Building and Grounds so that, in any subsequent investigation, you can show that you did all that was within the scope of your duties to remedy this situation. Don’t climb up a ladder and fix the thing yourself. That is outside the scope of your duties and could cause other legal complications.

LAWSUITS FOR NEGLIGENCE

Negligence is defined as the failure by the defendant to exercise the degree of care that a reasonable person in the same situation would use. In the education setting that would be, the reasonable teacher in the same setting as the defendant was in. Reasonable is an objective standard. An expert could be called upon to tell the court what a reasonable teacher would have done in the same situation.

Let’s begin by stating that anybody can sue anybody else for anything. However, the first thing you should know is that 1) lawsuits are infrequent 2) Not an automatic success 3) Often never reach the courtroom. You can relax- a little bit- because not everybody is lurking around corners waiting to sue people in schools at the drop of a hat. This is because lawyers have to take an oath to act in an ethical manner, so when a person comes to them screaming about something that happened in a school and how the person wants to take this all the way to the Supreme Court, the lawyer convinces them that 1) The school is not acting illegally, 2) I charge $250+ per hour for my services, 3) There is a $500 retainer for my services, 4) There is no clear guarantee of success, and 5) The Supreme Court, by a writ of Certiorari, only takes on the cases that it feels like taking on, not the ones the public thinks it should take on., and 6) The District might counter-sue us for Abuse of Process if we try to move forward with this action because it might be viewed as frivolous. This usually “cools the jets” of most people, and when they come to their senses, they return to the schoolhouse in more of a mood to talk intelligently about their problem.

That being said, there are issues related to liability that every aspiring teacher should be aware of when starting their job, but virtually everyone graduates with complete and blissful ignorance about.

When a teacher is sued for Negligence, the matter is adjudicated in a Civil Court. That means that a defendant will not be found guilty if he loses the case, instead he will be found to be liable. O.J. Simpson was found innocent of the murder of his wife and Ron Goldman by a jury of his peers in criminal court. However, Mr. Simpson was found liable in Civil Court and required to pay millions of dollars in damages to the Goldman family. He didn’t have the money, like most people who are liable to pay huge damages, so a lien was put on his property and his earnings are forever attached, so whatever he earns, less some small amount for living expenses goes completely to the Plaintiff.

The person doing the suing is called the Plaintiff, and the person being sued is called the Defendant. There may or may not be a jury, and if there is not a jury, then the judge becomes the trier of fact. There are some civil attorneys who have never been into a courtroom. If you recall the Tom Cruise movie, A Few Good Men, Lt. Caffey(Cruise) an inexperienced attorney is selected by the Jag Corps to handle this especially sensitive matter because he has a great knack for making sure things never get to a court room in the first place- he makes them go away through pre-trial negotiation. If you are ever sued and a child really did get hurt, your attorney may make an effort to settle out of court rather than have the child appear in front of a jury and allow these people to have their emotions affected. Many of these kind of cases never get to a courtroom for this and a variety of other reasons- the plaintiff may be on a fishing expedition to see what kind of deal he can work to get money from you as well.

If you are sued, you do not have to say a word during any part of the proceeding. The law does not require you to prove you DID NOT do something- it is the plaintiff who has the burden of proof. You have may have heard that in court, “It’s your word against his”… this is not true. Although the burden can shift back and forth, you will never have to prove that you did not do something. For the plaintiff to prevail in an action for negligence, he has a great burden. He must prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that 1) You actually had a Duty, 2) You Breached that Duty, 3) You were the cause of the injury to the plaintiff, and 4) There actually was an injury to the plaintiff. In other words, a plaintiff alleging that your actions caused him to suffer great embarrassment will not be looked at by the court as an actual injury, and the lawsuit would be dismissed because the plaintiff could not prove every single element of negligence.

WHAT DETERMINES A DUTY?

A person can be shown to have a duty by the acronym SCRAP, meaning by STATUTE- CONTRACT-RELATIONSHIP-ASSUMPTION- or PERIL (Creation of…) The first three aspects are the most applicable measures in the school setting. Generally, the other 2 are less applicable, but we will review them quickly to clarify the matter. A teacher has a duty by statute because, under state laws, he or she operates In Loco Parentis- meaning in place of the parents, and as a contracted employee of the district he is an agent of the district during his contracted-for hours. Therefore, contract and statute come together in this determination. So, a teacher would be negligent if, upon seeing an altercation in the hallway, he ignored it and someone got hurt.. even if this was not his assigned classroom.

The third aspect- duty by relationship actually applies in the school setting as well because teachers are operating, as we said, in loco parentis. To illustrate, let’s say the neighbor’s child falls into his swimming pool and is drowning. You look out the window and witness this tragedy. What duty do you have to come to the aid of this child- NONE. You are guided only by the dictates of your conscience. However, if the person drowning is a member of your family- a relationship- then the law would require you to make every effort to come to the person’s aid. If you are in loco parentis, that is a third reason why you would be expected to come to the aid of children in the school setting.

The aspect of Assumption means that, once you assume a duty by beginning to care for someone or come to their rescue, you must stay with the person until help arrives, or if no one is around, to the best of your ability without putting yourself in peril. The best example of this is you and a host of other individuals are laying on the beach and a swimmer suddenly calls out for help- he is clearly in distress. You dive into the water and several other people- many of whom can also swim- nervously watch you swim out to the person in distress. All of them are capable of doing what you are doing, but they are not required to do so. You swim out 50 yards- 10 yards away from the drowning person- and you realize that you may not even have the strength to get back, so you stop your attempted rescue. The person drowns. Are you liable? Probably. Why? Because by swimming out to the individual in distress, you assumed responsibility for the situation, and your actions caused others to not attempt a rescue. If you and the drowning person were the only two individuals at the beach that day, and you stopped your rescue attempt, you probably would not be liable because your actions did not prevent others from attempting a rescue.

Peril, or Creation of Peril would best be described by saying that you are late to class and are running down the hall to your room. You turn the corner and smack into a child, knocking the child flat and out cold- similar to if you were driving. You caused the problem- you created the peril, so to speak, so you have the duty to provide the necessary assistance to the injured person.

Hypothetical Situation

#1… Here is an example of a analysis about whether a teacher had a duty. You teach at Mudville High School. It’s Friday night and you go to the football game. In the stands not far from you, a fight breaks out amongst a group of students. Do you have a duty to try to break the fight up? No. Why? Your contract states that you are required to work for the school district from 7AM till 3:15PM. This football game was at 7PM on Friday evening. You have no assigned duty- for example, as part of the game security staff- you are just a spectator like everyone else, thus, you are only guided by your conscience. You don’t have to get involved.

#2… You are asked to chaperone the Senior Prom being held at the Elk’s Club in Mudville. While you are on duty, a fight breaks out between rival gang members and 6-8 students are involved. You exit the building right away rather than risk an injury. The police come and restore order by arresting the perpetrators. Two students were seriously injured. Do you have a duty? Yes. Why. The Elk’s Club is the same as the school for the purposes of the Prom and you were officially assigned a duty- it was not a matter of conscience- it was your job. Did you cause the injury? YES. You did not hurt anyone personally, but your absence will be viewed by the court as the cause of the injury because if you were there, the court will presume that the injury would have been prevented. How about if you stay and successfully break up the fight? Can you be sued?YES. Why? You had a duty. Will the lawsuit succeed? Probably not. Why? Because you did not breach your duty. If the plaintiff cannot show a breach of duty, the lawsuit will be dismissed.

This is as technical as we want to get in the area of Negligence, but being aware of just this information can be very beneficial to a new teacher. It cut through all of the hype, urban legends, and old wives’ tales.

Keep this in mind; You probably will never be sued. If you are sued, it is very difficult to prove that you were liable, and it is not your word against the other sides- you don’t have to say a thing. However, if you are sued, your life will undergo a huge disruption. The case will take years to resolve, there will be lots of unwanted media attention, and you might wind up moving to another place to get away from the mess. When you interview at the next place, someone will ask: “Aren’t you the guy who was involved in that incident with a kid at XYZ School District? You will say, “Yes, but I was not found liable- I won the case.” Don’t be surprised when a letter comes two weeks later thanking you for your outstanding credentials but then saying that there were many fine candidates and someone else has been selected…” You will never know if there were “many fine candidates” or there was another reason you did not get hired. Sadly, in the courts, a win is not always an actual “win” in the long run- especially for teachers and coaches looking to continue their careers.

That being said, educate yourself, know that there will be threats made to sue, but if you are conscientious in your job, no one will be able to assert that you breached your duty. Without that, the lawsuit will be thrown out.

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Relive Your Passion of Cricket With Fantasy Gaming

Playing fantasy cricket online is interpreted as a game of skill, where users build their own team of real cricketers, participate in different leagues to compete with other cricket fans, earn fantasy points based on the actual performance of their chosen players in real-life matches and win daily prizes.

As we all know football is the most popular sport around the world and is played in most nations of the universe than any other physical recreation and when we talk about cricket and its admiration, it is far behind football. Not so many nations play it internationally, it started from England and few nations have even declared it as their national sport. Its length was one of the main reasons for its lesser fame, but the new era of twenty-20 cricket fascinated too many people towards the game, a large population started to adore it when this fast and entertaining format was played in the market.

The International Cricket Council (ICC), the association that decides the structure of world cricket, is also trying very hard to expand the game to as many nations as possible and to increase the audience’s interest in cricket, trying to keep updating to get traffic to the game and to took it to another level. As it did in the last T20I World Cup to attract the gathering, in which ICC launched fantasy games where every cricket lover could win daily cash prizes using their cricket knowledge. This move by the ICC has actually worked, as the report says that its popularity has influenced fan engagement in the sport and also improved television viewership of sporting events.

As we all know that the last T20I World Cup was held in India and that fact is also not hidden that India has more fans of the game than any other nation. Although the national sport of India is hockey, the number of cricket fans is far ahead of hockey fans. Cricket is not only a physical activity in India, it is a religion there and Indians worship their favorite cricket stars, that’s why ICC decided to take this step from India to engage cricket fans through fantasy cricket, because every cricket devotee here is looking for various sources and intends to be in contact with the game. Online players meet on an interactive channel to connect with their ideal sport.

This online game is for those avid cricket followers, whose ambitions of becoming a cricketer have been put on the back burner due to other commitments, but the sport still runs in their bloodstream, offering them a platform to be both owners and selectors at the same time.

Building a fantasy team of 11 players within the credit limit is a real activity of skill, as it requires extreme information about the sport, its individual player and their relevant performance at that moment and the ability to select the best players within the credit limit, who can take the player to the top of the table points. The players should apply all the permutations and combinations looking at the pitch history, pitch report and weather environment to select the best possible line-up of bowlers, batsmen, all-rounders and assigning captain and vice-captain among them is also a difficult task as even one point can be the difference in win and lose.

There are many fantasy cricket sites available in the market, so users just require to visit them, register on any of them, select a match, create a suitable team of 11 players, can join their existing leagues or create their own private leagues one to challenge friends, win fantasy points depending on how their chosen players perform in live matches and win huge cash prizes.

Fantasy cricket leagues are just a source of refreshment, which is not only completely legal but also fair and transparent, where players get a chance to compete online, with their friends and other cricket enthusiasts and can win huge amount of money.

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Oregon Board Game Review

Game overview

Oregon is a western themed game. We are back in 1846 when entire families left their homelands and headed west in search of a new beginning. Despite the Western theme, you won’t find any violence at all in Oregon. No shooting, no cowboys and no sheriff. You have to deal with other players in peace, counting on your planning and investment skills.

The game board is a map of Oregon, divided into five columns and five rows. In both columns and rows we find the same five images (wagon, bison, settler, eagle, campfire). The goal of each player is to cleverly place buildings and farmers on the board to get the maximum number of points. Each player starts with a hand of 4 cards (3 landscape cards and 1 building card), 14 farmers of their suit (the 15th is placed on the scoring track), two tokens (an extra turn and a joker), and a starting tile. On a player’s turn, he must place at least one of his farmers or build one building on the board. To place a farmer, you must play two of his landscape cards and place the farmer on an empty space (except water spaces) located at the intersection of the row and column corresponding to the symbols shown on the cards (the player decides which card represents the row and which column). If he chooses to place a building, he must play a landscape card and a building card. The landscape map determines the row or column on which the building can be placed, and the building map, the type of building. He then takes the corresponding construction tile from the supply pile and places it on any empty column or row space designated by the landscape card. Of course, no building can be placed anywhere on the map, but only on the space with the appropriate background color. So, a port, for example, must be placed next to a water area, and mines (gold or coal) can only be placed on a mountain area. By placing farmers and buildings, players earn points. If they place farmers, they earn points for each building their farmer is adjacent to (diagonal counts) and he also takes 5 points if he manages to form a group of 3 adjacent farmers (in this case diagonal does not count). If they place buildings, they earn points for each farmer the building is next to (other players’ farmers also earn points). After playing the cards, the player can decide whether to use his extra token on the turn (if it is on his active side) or end his turn. If his turn ends, he must return his hand to 4 cards (provided he has at least one building and one landscape card in hand). Then it’s the next player’s turn.

The game ends as soon as all the farmers of the player’s color are placed on the board, or more building stacks are used up (depending on the number of players, from 2 to 4). The last round is played until the end, until all players have made the same number of turns.

The first impression

Oregon is a fast game that is easy to learn, but requires good planning and a lot of attention while playing. You have to be very flexible in your strategy, because sometimes in the game you may need to change it to get the maximum advantage of the way buildings and farmers are placed on the board. You must also always be ready to seize opportunities for yourself and deny opportunities to rivals.

Components

I think Hans Im Gluck, as a publisher, guarantees a good level of component quality. And Oregon is no exception. Good quality box, well drawn board, nice cards (both buildings and landscapes), building tiles, coal and gold tiles, 60 wooden mips in 4 colors (15 each) and 8 large chips (extra turn and jokers). 7/10

Playing

Oregon combines some different mechanics in a good way. Tile placement, worker placement, area control, card drawing and why not hand management as you can decide if you can use some cards in your hand at the moment or keep them for the next round. It is easy and complicated at the same time and in each round you have to make decisions about the best actions. 8/10

Learning curve

Easy to learn. The rulebook is well written and it will be easy for an intermediate player to get started with the game. It can be played at any time and by any group due to its short playing time (45′-60′) and medium difficulty. 8/10

The theme

Oh well…it’s the Eurogame. So the topic is not his forte. The West in this game is not what you always imagined. On the other hand, the map is a good reminder of the theme, as are the images on the maps or the miple with its huts. You don’t feel like you’re in the real Oregon, but you can feel like a cowboy at times. Without a gun of course… 6/10

Replaiability

No game is the same. So far I have played over 50 games either with a group of friends or in the online version. There are different things and different challenges in each game. 8/10

Fun

Any game that is fairly easy, but requires a lot of strategic decisions and challenges, and is played within an hour at most, seems fun to me… 7/10

Advantages:

  • Easy to learn but challenging enough
  • Play time
  • It can be played by different types of players
  • Nice components
  • A’A

Against:

  • Off topic. Fans of western-themed games may be disappointed.

Overall: 7.3/10

Find out more about Oregon at:

http://vvv.boardgamemaniac.com/Games/Bi-Genre/Famili-Games/Oregon-l111.html

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Who Gets Paid More Baseball Players Or Football Players How to Persuade Youth Players in the USA That Soccer is the Best Sport to Play

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How to Persuade Youth Players in the USA That Soccer is the Best Sport to Play

Soccer is the most popular sport in almost every country in the world. That is unless you live in the US where football, baseball and basketball are more popular. As a football coach, the problem is therefore how to get young players interested in playing football and not in other sports.

First we need to look at the reasons why other sports are more popular than football in the USA. One of the main reasons is viewer appeal. Local football, baseball and basketball are televised and promoted in every major city in the US. Young athletes watch this and hang out with their heroes. Another reason is that the money available in the professional game is much more in American sports than in football. As a result, more and more young athletes are aspiring to earn a high-income living in American sports.

Not that football is a poor man’s sport. The salaries of footballers around the world are now on the rise. For example, the 2 best soccer players in the world Cristiano Ronaldo and Robinho have $200,000 and $320,000 per week. David Beckham who plays for LA Galaxy is also high up there with the best footballers. Although interest in soccer among young athletes is growing in the US, the sport still cannot compete with the publicity, advertising and hype of American sports.

The question is how to convince young players in the US that soccer is the best sport to get into. Here are some good reasons:

Soccer is a sport that any player can play and be successful in soccer. Just like in football where height and size are a major factor, in basketball where being over 6 feet tall is very beneficial, any player can be successful in football no matter what size or build a player has. Big and strong players can find positions as defenders, midfielders or forwards. Small players can find positions as forwards and wings and develop the skills to be successful in these positions. Slower players can also find positions, especially in midfield. There is a place for everyone who has a desire.

Involvement in the game is much higher in football than in other sports. In football, there are so many stoppages in the game. Some players such as kickers may have very limited participation in the game. In football, even if your team doesn’t have the ball, everyone has to get back to defend. Even attackers have to defend from the front. Defenders when not defending must support the midfield and forwards.

Soccer is very fast with almost continuous participation. Basketball is probably the most similar American sport to football, with the biggest difference being the size of the court and the court.

Along with speed, strength and endurance, skill is of the utmost importance in football, producing an athlete with more rounded attributes. At the youth level, you will often find that young soccer players often excel in other American sports.

A good way to get young athletes more interested in soccer is to get them to watch high-class professional games on TV. The English Premier League is probably the best to watch as it is fast paced with a high level of skill. Many of the best players in the world play in this league. There are several TV stations that show these games like Fox Sports World.

It would also be a good idea to get prospective youth soccer players to go to a few of their local college soccer games or semi-pro games if there is a team in the area,

And then there’s that magical feeling of scoring a goal, followed by the celebration of the goal. Soccer is certainly on the rise in the US. The game produces leaders with more versatile abilities than American sports. Success in football can lead to worldwide recognition, as shown by players such as Brad Friedel who plays in the English Premier League.

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Who Does University Of Michigan Play Today In Football Title: Sport Scholarships in America

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Soccer scholarship in USA

Everyone starts asking you ‘Well, what do you think about studying?’ and the only thing on your mind is ‘I want to see the world and play football (preferably with a scholarship)!’. What if you could combine both? And, even better, make your parents happy by earning a widely recognized degree along the way? Sound too good to be true? Well, United Sports USA has sent hundreds of football players to different parts of the US to fulfill their dream of traveling and learning while playing their favorite sport.

Are you passionate about football and would like to be surrounded by the best facilities, equipment and coaches available? Would you like to be a part of the American college system where they are starting to produce some of the best soccer players in the world? Would you like to play at a highly competitive level and travel across the US with your teammates? Studying abroad and becoming a student-athlete will be one of the biggest challenges you’ll face, but if you’re an aspiring young soccer player, it’s simply something you can’t miss!

The key is not to sit back and wait for a football scholarship to happen. Call us or send an e-mail to one of our sports consultants, who are all former student athletes.

Be proactive: sign up now and sign up for the assessment game and who knows where it might take you…

Golf Scholarship in USA

You love golf. Otherwise you would not have come to this page. You also love the prospect of getting your degree in the next few years and getting your dream job. The thing is, by getting a golf scholarship in the USA, you can do both at the same time!

Finding the perfect scholarship to suit your needs is no easy task. This is where our experience and expertise at United Sports USA can ensure you get the right placement! Playing college golf in the US might sound intimidating and exciting at the same time, and it should! Don’t underestimate the amount of time you’ll spend on (and off!) the golf course – studying for exams and handing in assignments are simply a match for the course. Being a student-athlete isn’t easy, but what’s most rewarding usually never is. If this is something you would be interested in, why not give us a call or email us and speak to one of our staff members, we would love to hear from you or your parents.

USA Swimming Scholarship

If you’re in the process of applying for swimming scholarships, that probably means you know roughly what you’re getting into. It’s no secret that swimming is an extremely competitive sport. Your training will consist of early morning sessions in the water and land (mainly strength and conditioning) in the afternoon. Going to lectures and doing homework all week means your days will be full. Needless to say, your commitment and love for the sport must be strong if you want a swimming scholarship.

Currently, Great Britain has only 22 Olympic pools to train young Olympians. By comparison, there are currently over 500 swimming programs offered in the US. All boast an Olympic-sized swimming pool and first-class diving facilities for their student-athletes. In addition, there you will benefit from the ongoing support of coaches and sport-specific dietitians and physiotherapists. As a result, the University of Michigan, for example, produced highly decorated Olympian Michael Phelps.

Do you need help showing off your skills? If so, please feel free to contact us so we can help you get the process started.

USA Rugby Scholarship

Why in the world would you want to play and want a rugby scholarship in the USA you say? Isn’t ‘American football’ their version of rugby? Well, rugby is one of the fastest growing club sports across university sports campuses, with a 14% increase in just two years.

Playing rugby in the American college system will make combining the passion you have for your sport as well as working towards a degree in your chosen field of study extremely convenient (for lack of a better term). You never have to worry about having time to train or time to study. Your schedule is specifically set up in such a way that you can manage to excel in both. Do you like the idea of ​​joining one of the 900 college rugby teams (both men’s and women’s)? Then don’t hesitate to contact one of our sports consultants, who are former student athletes themselves.

Tennis scholarship in USA

Have you ever heard of Andy Roddick, Arthur Ashe or Althea Gibson? Do you know what they all have in common? All were student-athletes at American colleges in the early stages of their careers. This allowed them to continue to play tennis at a high competitive level while earning a widely recognized degree. A tennis scholarship that perfectly matches your needs will bring you one step closer to your dream.

The thing about college in the US is that workouts fit into the student-athlete’s schedule. This creates the perfect environment for students to excel in their sport with world-class facilities and equipment. Additionally, it encourages and pushes them to excel academically. Their programs are designed so that students can succeed in both, provided they have the right mindset and drive to do so. Does this sound like something you’d like to be a part of? Then feel free to contact us and speak with one of our (former student-athletes) sports consultants to help you get the process started.

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