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Learn More About Popular Football Players Of All Times

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Though there are a lot of sports that find their way to the hottest class, it’s Soccer that causes the highest adrenaline rush. The game has numerous legendary players to its credit. However, there are some that are renowned the world over for their unfathomable sportsman spirit and some of the best game skills which they have put up. Here is taking a look at some of the best football player of all times.

When it comes to soccer player’s 1 name which you can’t manage to skip at all is Diego Armando Maradona. He is one of the best soccer players in the entire world. He is the one who helped bag the world cup trophy for Argentina in the year 1986. Maradona is stated to have the finest World Cup Goal to his credit till date. Argentina triumphed over England football team, with a striking goal of Maradona which he pursued single handedly right from the halfway line to finishing score. This goal is still commonly known as as the ‘goal of the century’ by FIFA. In the same game itself he bagged yet another goal to his credit as recognized and renowned as ‘hand of the god’ goal.

Another football player, whose name commands a great deal of regard is Edson Arantes do Nascimento, also popularly called Pele. A healthy and slim form joined with unmatched gaming skill made Pele one of the best players of all times. He has won 3 world cups with Brazil and has an excellent 500 goals to his credit. Pele was only 17 when he won the world cup with Brazil for the first time. To date, he is one of the youngest world cup winning soccer players.

Missing out on Johan Cryuff in the list of finest soccer players would be pure stupidity. He is considered to be 1 of the most talented British players of his generation. Even the finest of defenders could not keep him off from making goal after goal, the credit of which goes to his impeccable dribbling and best balance. In the later years of his life the football star, was engulfed with a lot of problems like alcoholism, womanizing, and gambling, which overshadowed his achievements on the field.

Zinedine Zidane also finds place in the list of the greatest football players. He is considered to be 1 of the most outstanding players of his generation. He helped France win the world cup in 1998. He also made a vital contribution to his team’s victory of European Championship in the year 2000. The player was also bestowed with the honor of European Footballer of the Year, in 1998. He was also awarded the title of FIFA World Footballer of the Year in 1998, 2000, and 2003.

More soccer players will come and go, but the ones discussed above will keep in the memories of every soccer fan forever.

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Are the Football Shirts More Famous From a Particular Country?

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

When you think of football shirts, the first country that comes to mind is England. Manchester United has dominated football shirt sales for years, and they are not likely to fall off any time soon. I’m sure there are many countries that would argue the point, but I don’t think there’s any doubt that the UK, particularly England, continues to hold the title as the country with the most famous football shirts.

From Manchester United to Middlesbrough to Celtic United, UK teams have always set the standard for football shirts. It only makes sense because football was created in England, so the traditions and styles of football wear were established there first. The famous red vest with white arms of the Arsenal defined an era of football in England. Everyone would recognize the basic elements of football shirts that came out of the English tradition. The three stripes on the shoulder of short sleeved shirts, or the alternating vertical stripes that are so commonly used in football shirts are two examples.

As football continues to be an international game, countries outside of the United Kingdom are beginning to set trends as well. Several innovative designs are coming out of countries like Brazil or Germany, where football is a matter of national pride.

England’s various teams have always set the standard for football shirt design. If you see a color pattern or design on a football shirt and believe you’ve seen it before, it’s probably been a design worn by a team from the United Kingdom.

The famous players who wear the shirts also have a lot to do with how famous a shirt is. The shirt’s fame can also hinge on when it was worn and how well a team did. The 1966 World Cup Final shirt that was worn by England is famous for its simplicity – a red shirt with the simple white English crest on the chest. The 1968 Manchester United shirt that was worn in the European Cup Final is famous for its unusual dark blue color, and for the famous players who wore it when Manchester United won the European Cup.

Some famous shirts from outside of the UK have much to do with the men who wore them. The 1986 blue and white striped Argentina shirt reminds fans of the year Diego Maradona helped lead Argentina to a World Cup victory. The football shirt worn by Pele in Brazil’s 1970 World Cup win is also pretty well known internationally. Football fans are known for their loyalty, so the question of whose football shirts are most famous could draw some pretty intense arguments. Most fans would, of course, declare their own country’s shirts as the best and most famous. I believe that the tradition and longstanding domination of the football teams from England would have to give them the edge in this competition. The shirts may change from year to year, but England has always set the style for football shirts around the world.

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Capello demands more from England

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Capello demands more from England
Coach Fabio Capello says there is more to come from England after an unconvincing 3-1 win over Mexico ahead of the World Cup.

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Bruce jenkins / Much left to be proved / England and the U.S., expected to advance, hope for much more

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Bruce jenkins / Much left to be proved / England and the U.S., expected to advance, hope for much more
This is the second of a four-part series previewing the World Cup, which begins June 11. Each Wednesday, we analyze two groups whose advancing teams will meet in the first elimination round of the tournament, i.e. the winner of Group C will play the second-… England – World Cup – United States – FIFA World Cup – sport

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Peacock wants more from England

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Peacock wants more from England
John Peacock said England can improve despite beating Greece to go through from Group B and Turkey’s Abdullah Ercan also had mixed feelings about a draw with the Czech Republic.

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USA ready for England and more

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

USA ready for England and more
An opening clash with England looms large for the US in the World Cup, but goals for the Americans involve going much deeper in the global football tournament.

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Sports Watch: more than one way to skin a Catalan

Friday, April 30th, 2010

Sports Watch: more than one way to skin a Catalan
The centre of the latest Olympic bunfight after the Chinese team were retrospectively stripped of the medal they won in 2000 because Dong was under 16. Sports Watch fails to see how this is an advantage and would be quite happy if Spain decide to field their Under-10s at the World Cup this summer.

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3 more African teams are no pushovers

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

3 more African teams are no pushovers
Editor’s note: The Saipan Tribune wraps up the rest of the Confederation of African Football teams that advanced to the 2010 FIFA World Cup set from June 11 to July 11 in South Africa.

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