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Ages become limitation among fat Ronaldo and 35-year-old David Beckham, who back to England team become the word “probably”

Monday, September 6th, 2010

It seems that 35-year old David Beckham was rejected by Fibro Capello. Early Capello said that 35-year-old Davey Becks is “Probably a little bit too old”. Now he show his attitude that he think England football door opened for young players, who need to play more games, gain more experience. This is undoubtedly the biggest blow for the fans and maybe David Beckham. Even Capello said the relationship is really good, we can not ignore the a range of issues this raises – does age matter in football?

This problem is not only happened in David, also fat Ronaldo has missed such problem. As the best player who lead Brazil to champion, the biggest restriction is his bolated body. As the picture posted on the Internet, people guess that the fat Ronaldo will end his career in football field. His body reveal that he wasn’t young, and his age is also the limitation for football players.

Nevertheless the biggest pity for football fans will no longer shown David with his Adidas Soccer Shoes in the football field, the nickname of extraterrestrial will record in the history. Even that young players need more experience, we can not give up experienced football players. Maybe the older can drive youngers with calm, change and rapid response. Because in World Cup match, each team would like to be champion, maybe workmanship cooperate can make a great succeed.

This happen event is after the medical staff at AC Milan reportedly told Beckham that he would be able to play top rate football until he was 38, just a few years shy of Italian ace Paolo Maldini, who played until he was 41-years old. Becks has a habit of bouncing back and it would certainly be foolish to draw a line under the sand and say for sure that he will never breach into the England squad again in the future. Also with the prophecy of AC Milan, Adidas produced new Predator X – a new pair of David Beckham Predator Soccer Shoes would have graced the South Africa 2010 World Cup, but an injury ruled him out of the tournament. What Capello said maybe caused a huge loss in Beckham – the remarks will lead Adidas and Nike search for new famous players abandon of the older.

Of course, for Messi and C Lo, they are just more than 20-year-old but have best skills in the world. What Nike choose C Lo for new nike Mercurial Vapor is the fact to tell us that the older player is not have the same value of young players. Also in fact, age matters in football. It is harder for players in their thirties to compete physically with the teenage whippersnappers who are fresh out of the youth academy. Top flight football is not just about being in peak physical condition however and often an experienced player is just as valuable as a pacey youngster. The experience gained over a 20-year career brings with it a calming and re-assuring influence for the younger players in any team. Managers often require older players to strike a healthy balance both on the pitch and in the dressing room.

The reason certain players are able to play into their late thirties is not because of their physical attributes, though of course these are still important – it is down to their mentality. Certain players remain hungry, driven and motivated to the bitter end and it is that which separates the great players from the rest. With the lose opportunity to show his value in World Cup 2010, maybe the word “probably” is the sign to show that Beckham’s glory moment in 2012.

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Arsenal Football Team

Friday, June 18th, 2010

Arsenal – professional football club, also known as “The Gunners”. Based in North London, this successful English football team is known as one of the leading football clubs in England. Arsenal was founded in 1886 by the group of workers at the Woolwich Arsenal Armament Factory. In 1891 the Club turned professional and changed its name to Woolwich Arsenal; the club joined the Football League in 1893. They won their first major trophies thirty years later, which included five League Championship titles and two FA Cups. Arsenal set a UEFA Champions League record by going ten matches without conceding a goal in the season of 2005-2006.

The team was initially based in Woolwich, but in 1913 moved to Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, and then to their current location, the Emirates stadium, which contains 60,432 people. Arsenal football club colors are red and white, their symbol depicting a canon, as a symbol of Armament factory. Arsenal’s home colors have been the inspiration for at least three other clubs.

Arsenal keeps an on-going rivalry with Tottenham Hotspur and with several other football teams, with whom they compete. The manager of “Arsenal” is Arsenal Wenger; the club belongs to the company “Arsenal Holding”. Arsenal often appears in the media, in sports news and on TV. Arsenal games on-line attracts millions of viewers; Arsenal clips present the moments of victory. The club includes top players from different countries, such as Spain, Netherlands, France and Switzerland. Fans collect pictures of the group and watch videos of “Arsenal” on-line; this leading football club enjoys public’s attention all over the world.

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England journey across savannah, defeat local team

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

England journey across savannah, defeat local team
A remote, bare and sparsely populated village in north-west South Africa was transformed into a horn-blaring focus for World Cup football fans on Monday.

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2010 World Cup: Bad Omen? American Leads World Team Past England at Soccer Aid

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

2010 World Cup: Bad Omen? American Leads World Team Past England at Soccer Aid
An American has beaten England already. In the third Soccer Aid pro-am football match Sunday night at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, American actor Woody Harrelson won the match over England for the “Rest of the World” team with a penalty kick. The World team won 7-6 on penalty kicks after a 2-2 draw in regulation. Soccer Aid, a now-biennial event in its third iteration, is the brain child …

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England journey across savannah and defeat local team

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

England journey across savannah and defeat local team
JOHANNESBURG, June 8 — A remote, bare and sparsely populated village in north-west South Africa was transformed into a horn-blaring focus for World Cup football fans yesterday. Under a low setting sun in the first half, and emerging floodlights in the second, England, one of the pre-tournament favourites for the 2010 finals, were given a rousing …

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Interesting facts about Football team shirts

Monday, June 7th, 2010

Football team shirts are the shirts worn today in all football matches of the Football association; typically they are short sleeved although during winter most of the players choose to wear a winter version, because this can help them maintain the right body temperature during a match.

Materials Football shirts and kits used to be really heavy, as they were, originally, made of cotton and had collars that were usually buttoned. Nowadays sports kit’s technology has advanced as well; shirts are made of nylon and polyester and they are very light and comfortable to wear. They tend to behave well in high temperatures allowing the skin and body to breathe. Most shirts today are collarless and without buttons. History and Facts The first recorded use of football team shirts lays back in 1928. The occasion was a classic match between Chelsea and Arsenal in England. Official football team shirts were used by both teams during the league games. IT was in 1939 that the Football Management Committee introduced the player numbering, as we know it today; despite the fact that the numbering changed throughout the years, due to the change in formation and in game systems, number 1 has always been the goalkeeper’s number. It is in general hard to associate numbers with positions, although typically number 10 usually refers to the playmaker and middle field players.

During the World Cup Championship in 1954, teams were obliged to use the squad numbering system; new shirts were used and players should keep the same shirt number for the entire tournament. The squad numbering system somewhat reduced the importance of numbers, but the sales of the replica football team shirts of the World Cup Teams increased dramatically that year. In 1965 substitutions were introduced. The substitutes were obliged to have the numbers 12 and 14, while the substitute goalkeeper should use number 13.

It was in 1977 that football team shirts started to become really famous. They replaced the little trinkets and scarves that were once the only sport memorabilia and team representation items that were used. Brits were the first who started selling football team shirts massively and they soon realised that this was a real goldmine.

At the beginning football shirts had only the player’s number; in 1993, during the Premier League Cup Final, teams presented, for the first time, players’ names on the back of the shirt. In season 1993-’94 shirts had both names and numbers of players in Europe, while the Americans adopted the same system in 1994, during the World Cup Final tournament that took place in the States.

Since then the sales of football team shirts skyrocketed. Today all teams have sponsors and heavy contracts, so their shirts have the brand name or logo of their sponsor. There are some rules though, since some companies cannot be advertised on shirts, even if they are big sponsors; that applies mostly to tobacco companies, since football fans consider them to be irrelevant and unsuitable for the sport.

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First team football could sway Sol to head north

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

First team football could sway Sol to head north
John Collins believes the prospect of regular first team football could persuade Sol Campbell to sign for Celtic. The former England defender, whose contract with Arsenal has ended, said last week he had spoken to Neil Lennon about a possible move to Parkhead.

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England’s national football team arrives in South Africa

Saturday, June 5th, 2010

England’s national football team arrives in South Africa
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England World Cup team arrive in South Africa

Friday, June 4th, 2010

England World Cup team arrive in South Africa
It’s just one week until the football world cup kicks off in South Africa.

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World Cup: England football inventor to give advice to England team

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

World Cup: England football inventor to give advice to England team
It could be the key to England winning the World Cup… insider info on the competition’s new ball.

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