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Why is soccer betting popular?
If we were to compare other sports with soccer, soccer has the highest occurrences for weak team to beat a strong team down especially in English Premier League. Let’s turn back the clock; can any of you recall the UEFA Championship final?? Clashed between Man.Utd and Bayern Munich in 1999 where Man.Utd successfully won Bayern Munich by 2 goals during 2 minutes injury time. For those who bet on Bayern Munich, how hard for punters to accept this, unfortunately this is the FACT. Well, as you can see, this is the most interesting part in soccer betting. There is a saying, “a football is round, therefore it might have unpredictable ending”.
What is the simple theory in betting world?
Everything in the world is sharing the same natural concept and also follows the same trend. There is no exception for soccer betting. The theory is simple. When a graph makes an incline, of course the line will keep climbing and stop at a stage. No matter how high it reaches or how low it drops, there is always a stop to it. I would confidently say that only in minor cases, the graph will move up and down continuously within a short period of time. As example, you could notice that most market share will always have gradual incline and then follow by long dropping line repeatedly. You could also notice that the rich gets richer and poor gets poorer. In sports betting, I believe some of you did experience before winning streaks which you kept winning non-stop even though you simply put your bet. In contrast when encounter down period, even if you work hard to make analysis or follow the bet of your lucky friends but finally lose too. Why? The only answer is natural concept and trend. We must agree and follow the trend.
How betting trend works in soccer betting?
The rule of thumb is do not be stubborn to confidently place bets on teams that continuously lost and have the thinking that they would make a come back. This is totally wrong. Maybe you will win at the end by follow this type of betting strategy but how much capital you need to have and how much you need to lose before you can win the bet. Based on the trend concept, if a team is keep losing, the graph for them is dropping, we should bet against them until the graph reach a pit stop. In contrast, if a team turnover from lose to win, we should start chase the team to win until stop stage. How simple is it? Win keeps winning and lose keeps losing.
Which team to bet from among of uncountable matches?
When using the trend concept in soccer betting, it is safer if we use it to bet on strong team and only focus on climbing graph. Meanwhile, we put our bet only on strong team when they are in win stage. The reason to choose strong team is they need points to secure their position at the top of the league table. In addition, strong team with higher strength could easily win if victory is a must.
The last but not the least, I am sure you will have doubts on my simple theory – trend. I could tell you that my theory has been proven. I have been using the betting strategy for 2 consecutive years and it really works for me. From my bet statistics, it hits more than 75% accuracy.
Everyone knows what it feels like to see an article of clothing that, all of a sudden, he or she just has to have. Sometimes, this may even happen on a daily basis, concerning shirts that all look very similar. This phenomenon can take over absolutely anyone, and nothing could be more satisfying than succumbing to it. It may affect all sorts of fans who follow various forms of entertainment religiously, but that doesn’t necessarily make it a bad thing. Collecting things is a common, but unique hobby, because it will always yield different results for each person. No one person is simply following a trend when they decide to collect things. That is why starting a football shirt collection is not looked down upon by others!
Why do people collect football shirts, of all things? Anyone not the least bit interested in the sport shouldn’t even bother in the first place, but every football enthusiast has at least wanted either one shirt, or a thousand of them. Football shirts are part of the staple dress code when watching a game, especially if it’s a big one involving well-known teams. There are a select number of dedicated football fans that make it a mission to collect as many different types of shirts as they can, and anyone can easily become one of them. For those that do become collectors, they have to be sure to think hard before deciding to go out and buy those shirts.
Football shirts come in many styles, having evolved over time. The very first jerseys worn were made of heavy fibers, and therefore were very thick. Later on, synthetic fabrics became widely used, and the collar was removed and replaced with a v-neck. Those are the most common shirts worn by teams today. They do not trap sweat like other sports shirts, but they are comfortable and do not hinder movement in any way. The world’s most popular football teams and leagues wear football shirts that display at least four things:
– Team color
– Team logo
– Player name
– Player number
Sponsors’ logos are also sometimes added, but football shirts that can be bought by fans are often similar replicas without signs of any sponsors.
One can decide if their football shirt collection will be one of every team and every player, or they may focus on collecting the jerseys of the teams in one league. It is common for people to concentrate on only one team as well, by buying shirts of each player. This practice is also usually used for when a fan wants their shirts autographed. In the end, it is ultimately up to the collector to determine his or her own reason for starting a collection.
The important thing to remember is that a collection is valuable and should be treated as such. Shirts should always be kept clean, and anyone handling them should never damage them. A football shirt collection in perfect condition is one that can be cherished for a lifetime.
"Does Palestine have a football team?" That got me excited to the point where I ended up buying a round of second tobacco fill-ups for the group. The simple answer to that question was a "Yes". But me being me, wanted to explain to them the little that I knew of the sport in Palestine.
Football had been present in Palestine since the 1920's, the earliest of all when you compare the time when the sport was introduced into the region. In fact, the country had provided excellent footballers at the time, that were even recognized at a global stage. One of them was Jabra Al Zarqa who, based on his performance, attracted the likes of Arsenal FC. That was 1920's.
Where is the country now in terms of football? Fifa ranks Palestine at 157 in the latest world ranking release. Is it justified to an average individual that concentrates on stats and numbers? Yes, it does.
But if you go beyond the numbers and look at how a dominating country in Arab football just turned lame ducks, it is quite pitiful and inspiring at the same time (from a football perspective).
Fifa acknowledged Palestine in 1998. Since then, it had participated in several friendly and competitive matches with teams mainly from the Levant region (Syria, Jordan & Lebanon) or Far East nations. Their first game on home was played in 2008 against Jordan. A decision later since it was acknowledged with the reason being the unpredictable security concerns that exists and still exists in the country.
The most successful Palestinian national team coach was an Arab Israeli by the name of Azmi Nasser who twice took the responsibility of managing the team, once during 1999 – 2000 and then 2005 – 2007 (year he passed away). During his tenure of 21 games in those 5 years, he had managed to pull out 8 victories.
The disappointing and an important feature among a lot, is the background of how most of their matches were operated on. As the team is made up of players from both Gaza and the West Bank area, the travel restrictions infused by Israel on people traveling between the two regions, does not make it possible for these players to train together. They have to meet up in any neighboring countries to train together.
Secondly, there have been cases of where individuals from both regions are not granted permission to exit, which then puts the causes problems in the preparations. One such incident that I can distinctly remember is during the qualifying stages of the 2006 WC, the first team goal keeper who would travel to Egypt – Palestine border on a daily basis to cross over to Egypt in order to join up with the team. And when he was able to get through, he was physically and mentally tired to perform. This leads to bringing in players of Palestinian history to the team causing communication tissues with the local Palestinian players.
They do deserve a lot of praise on pursuing their passion for the sport, even if they have to go through certain difficulties. The team had recently qualified for the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup hosted by Nepal, where the winner qualifies into the 2015 AFC Cup.
As Jibril Rajoub, president of the Palestinian football federation, said after the first game on home soil:
"Palestinian blood, Palestinian flesh, the Palestinian national anthem on Palestinian territory.
I am pretty sure I can say for all of us that we the football fans all across the world are proud of what you have achieved and the awaiting success.
PS: I would recommend all of you to watch Goal of Dreams , which is a documentary of the Palestinian national teams, struggle as they aim to qualify for the 2006 World Cup. A must watch.
Look forward to my follow up post on why I expect the Palestinian national team to be notified in the future in the regional and global stage.
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Did you know that…?
Argentina won the silver medal in football in the Olympic Games in 1928. The players Olympic were: Ludovico Bidoglio, Angel Bossio, Saul Calandra, Alfredo Carricaberry, Roberto Cherro, Octavio Diaz, Juan Evatristo, Manuel Ferreira, Enrique Gainzarain, Alfredo Herman, Segundo Luna, Angel Segundo Medici, Luis Monti, Pedro Ochoa, Rodolfo Orlandini, Raimundo Orsi, Fernando Patenoster, Adolfo Zumelzu, Luis Weihmuller, Domingo Tarasconi, Natalio Perinetti, Feliciano Preeduca.
Argentina- it is about 5 times the size of France- qualified for the quarter-finals of the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea.
This Latin American won the FIFA U-20 World Championship in Tokyo (Japan) in 1979. Under the leadership of Diego Armando Maradona, best known as “Pelusa”, Argentina defeated the USSR/Soviet Union (currently Russia) 3-1. Ramon Diaz (Argentine player) was a top scorer and won the “Golden Shoe”. His countrymen, Maradona, also was awarded the Golden Ball.
Argentina won the bronze medal at the 1975 Pan American Games in Mexico City. Under the direction of Cesar Menotti, Argentina defeated Costa Rica 3-0. The players were: Ricardo Alonso, Pablo de las Mercedes, Jose Luis Ceballos, Aldo Espinoza, Pedro Evaristo Farias, Pedro Agustin Fernandez, Sergio Fortunato, Americo Gallego, Luis Galvan, Eduardo Marillack, Manuel Pereyra, Carlos Suarez, Carlos Salinas, Jorge Salas, Juan Cesar Silva, Daniel Valencia, Jose Santiago Tello, Alberto Vivalda.
This South American nation won the FIFA U-20 World Cup -for the third time- in 2001. The Latin American country downed Ghana 3-0 in the final.
This country has famous Olympic players: Luis Islas (Olympic player in 1988), Javier Saviola (Olympic gold medalist, 2004), Sergio Romero Olympic player in 2008), Carlos Tevez (Olympic gold medalist, 2004), Pablo Zabaleta (Olympic player in 2008), Hernan Crespo (Olympic silver medalist, 1996), Jose Sosa (Olympic player in 2008), Diego Simeone (Olympic silver medalist, 1996), Lionel Messi (Olympic player in 2008), Roberto Ayala (Olympic silver medalist, 1996/Olympic gold medalist, 2004), Sergio Aguero (Olympic player in 2008).
Argentina won the gold medal in soccer in the Pan American Games in Dallas (Texas,USA) in 1937.
In 1977, Diego Armando Maradona was one of the greatest youngest players in the world. However, he did not qualify for the 1978 World Cup in Buenos Aires (Argentina).Why? Cesar Luis Menotti (coach) said: “I told him that he would be great, very great. But he could not bear the blow. He cried like a child”. Under the direction of Cesar Luis Menotti, Argentina won the FIFA World Cup in 1978. Diego was born on October 30, 1960 in Villa Fiorito, Buenos Aires.
Like Brazil, Germany and Italy, Argentina is one of the best teams in the world.
1921: America Cup-1st place
1925:America Cup-1st place
1927: America Cup-1st place
1929: America Cup-1st place
1930:FIFA World Cup-2nd place
1934: FIFA World Cup-10th place
1937:America Cup-1st place
1941: America Cup-1st place
1945: America Cup-1st place
1946: America Cup-1st place
1947: America Cup-1st place
1951: Pan American Games-1st place (gold medal)
1955: Pan American Games-1st place (gold medal); America Cup-1st place
1957: America Cup-1st place
1958: FIFA World Cup-13rd place
1959: Pan American Games-1st place (gold medal); America Cup-1st place
1962: FIFA World Cup-10th place
1963: Pan American Games-2nd place (silver medal)
1966: FIFA World Cup-5th place
1971:Pan American Games-1st place (gold medal)
1974: FIFA World Cup-2nd place
1975: Pan American Games-3rd place (bronze medal)
1978: FIFA World Cup-1st place
1979: FIFA U-20 World Cup-1st place
1982: FIFA World Cup-11th place
1983: FIFA U-20 World Cup-1st place
1986: FIFA World Cup-1st place
1987: Pan American Games-3rd place (bronze medal)
1990: FIFA World Cup-2nd place
1991: FIFA U-17 World Championship-3rd place
1994: FIFA World Cup-10th place
1995:Pan American Games-1st place (gold medal); FIFA U-20 World Cup-1st place; FIFA U-17 World Championship-3rd place
1996: Olympic Games-2nd place (silver medal)
1998: FIFA World Cup-5th place
2001: FIFA U-20 World Cup-1st place; FIFA U-17 World Championship-4th place
2003: Pan American Games-1st place (gold medal); FIFA U-20 World Cup-4th place; FIFA U-17 World Championship-3rd place
2004: Olympic Games- 1st place (gold medal)
2005: FIFA U-20 World Cup-1st place
2007: FIFA U-20 World Cup-1st place
Who do you think will win this mouth-watering semi-final clash?
The 2006 FIFA World Cup (officially titled 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany, sometimes referred to as the Football World Cup) finals are scheduled to take place in Germany between 9 June and 9 July 2006. Qualification for the tournament is now complete, with all 32 competing teams confirmed. The 2006 finals are the 18th to be contested.
A total of 12 German cities have been selected to host the World Cup final tournament. The stadium capacities shown are all seated capacities. Many of the stadiums have higher capacities for German domestic football matches as some of the seats are replaced with terraces.Starting from Germany 2006, the winner of the past World Cup had to qualify for the Finals. Only the host nation qualifies automatically from 2006 on.
In the qualification process for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the six FIFA confederations were allocated a share of the 32 spots available on the basis of the strength of their teams. The final distribution was as follows:Europe – represented by UEFA : 51 teams competing for 13 places (Germany qualified automatically as host nation for a total of 14 places) ;Africa – 51 teams;South America -10 teams;Asia – 39 teams;North, Central American and Caribbean -34 teams;Oceania – 12 teams.
For the first time ever, the defending champion (Brazil) does not qualify automatically. The hosts (Germany) will retain their automatic spot. In 1934, the defending champions (Uruguay) declined to participate and the hosts (Italy) had to qualify, but in the tournaments between 1938 and 2002 (inclusive), the hosts and the defending champions had automatic berths.
The original distribution of places between the six confederations called for Oceania to be given one full spot in the final 32; however, this idea was seen as giving Australia a virtually certain place in the finals, being by far the strongest footballing nation in their region. This decision was reconsidered in June 2003 and the previous distribution of places between Oceania and South America was restored.
The main surprises in European qualification at World Cup Germany were the absences of 2002 third-place finishers Turkey (eliminated by Switzerland after a momentous playoff), 2004 European Champions Greece (eliminated by the Ukraine), and established sides Denmark (eliminated by the Ukraine as well), Russia (eliminated by Portugal), and Belgium (eliminated by Serbia-Montenegro and Spain). In Africa, 2002 quarter-finalists Senegal (eliminated by Togo) and established sides South Africa, Cameroon, and Nigeria (eliminated, respectively, by Ghana, C?te d’Ivoire, and Angola) unexpectedly missed the trip to the Finals. The other zones saw no major upsets.While representing Oceania, from the beginning of 2006 Australia is part of the Asian Confederation, and will represent Asia in following World Cups.
If teams are even on points at the end of group play, the tied teams will be ranked as follows:greater number of points obtained in matches between the tied teams,goal difference in matches between the tied teams,greater number of goals scored in matches between the tied teams,goal difference in all group matches,greater number of goals scored in all group matches,a play-off on neutral ground, with extra time and penalties if necessary (in qualifying),drawing of lots (at the final event).This is a change from the 2002 FIFA World Cup, where total goal differential was the first tiebreaker.
Thirty-two years after the last football World Cup in Germany, the 2006 FIFA World Cup will again take place in Germany. For the first time after the reunification of both German states, the entire world will look to the New Germany, situated at the heart of Europe.