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England’s Defeats was Technological-Opinion by Israr Yousaf

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Eye-opener on FIFA World Cup, an exclusive interview with Israr Yousaf

It is often said that prevention is better than cure. Today, with so many mouths to listen to it’s hard to know the real picture. From media and political conspiracies towards football matches the world seems to be lost entirely in the BUZZ. However, we get an opportunity to interview Mr. Israr Yousaf and were enlightened by his views regarding the Football World Cup 2010 and England’s performance.

Israr Yousaf is one big name in the UK software industry. INKA Technology was the first one who initiated software development in UK and is being leaded by Israr Yousaf. Critical evaluation on issues is one of the dominant traits of Israr Yousaf personality. We met with Israr Yousaf recently and were astonished to hear his views regarding the current issues of FIFA World Cup 2010.

According to Israr Yousaf, technology plays an important role in the development of any nation. Israr Yousaf further added that, he is amazed why technology is still not being implemented in various sectors of the country. I personally was astonished when Israr Yousaf said that even England could have won if there was technology used in FIFA World Cup 2010.

What sort of technology you are talking about? I cursorily asked Israr Yousaf. The reply was obvious. Every sort of technology he replied. Israr Yousaf explained that technology, specifically software can be used for managing systems like cameras and third empire. Cricket, for example, Israr Yousaf added is using technology for crucial decisions, then why not Soccer.

As Israr Yousaf was talking with so much confidence, we tried to nudge him a little by asking, who would give such a complex and advanced software system to UK. After a pause and gentle smile Israr Yousaf replied “INKA Technology”. He claimed that INKA Technology has every bit of a resource to erect such a software system that would not let England suffer again in any sports.

The reason to post it is simply that there are people who can solve our problem. The issue is that we need to look for precious gems like Israr Yousaf to follow the trail of success. Only the voice of people can bring change. What is done can’t be changed but a stitch in time can save nine.

The use of technology would have prevented England’s defeat in FIFA World Cup 2010 said Israr Yousaf the founder of INKA Technology. INKA Technology can provide technological software so that only the real winner would get victorious.

United States wary of England’s set-piece threats

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

United States wary of England’s set-piece threats
England manager Fabio Capello has drilled home the message to his team that set-pieces can be the difference between winning and losing at the World Cup and the United States have clearly taken note.

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Gerrard points to England’s inspiration

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Gerrard points to England’s inspiration
England will call on inspiration from near and far to get their World Cup off to a winning start when they face the United States in Rustenburg on Saturday.

Read more on BBC News

England’s World Cup recipe includes equal parts faith, fear

Friday, June 11th, 2010

England’s World Cup recipe includes equal parts faith, fear
As World Cup draws near, England remains guarded but hopeful about opener against United States.

Read more on USA Today

World Cup 2010: England’s Ashley Cole will prove to be world-beater, says Stuart Pearce

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

World Cup 2010: England’s Ashley Cole will prove to be world-beater, says Stuart Pearce
England coach Stuart Pearce believes Chelsea defender will prove his worth on international stage at World Cup finals.

Read more on Daily Telegraph

Watch England’s World Cup bid…at Burnham Baptist Church!

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Watch England’s World Cup bid…at Burnham Baptist Church!
ENGLAND fans will be praying for some divine intervention when they watch their team battle it out in the World Cup – live on a big screen at Burnham Baptist Church.

Read more on This is West Country

Terry says he’s still England’s de facto leader

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Terry says he’s still England’s de facto leader
John Terry may no longer be England’s captain but he still views his role in Fabio Capello’s squad as a leadership one.

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Downing Street to fly the flag for England’s success at WC

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Downing Street to fly the flag for England’s success at WC
British Prime Minister David Cameron said today that he would fly the flag of Saint George above his Downing Street residence during the football World Cup to show support for the England team.

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World Cup 2010: football designed in Britain could prove England’s downfall

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

World Cup 2010: football designed in Britain could prove England’s downfall
English-designed World Cup football could prove to be an own goal if it unpredictably swoops into England’s net.

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Rooney rested for England’s final warm-up

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Rooney rested for England’s final warm-up
Wayne Rooney was left on the sidelines as England took on South African club Platinum Stars in their final World Cup warm-up match on Monday.

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