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Belgium's midfielder Kevin De Bruyne carries his son Mason after the Russia 2018 World Cup semifinal football match between France and Belgium at the…
Football often provides us with exciting, astonishing goals. With six months until the end of the year, I think it is safe to say that the most valuable goal of 2014 is the one that gave Germany the 2014 World Cup title in Brazil. Mario Gotze, the hero in the final match in Brazil, came in as a substitute and with just minutes on the field, Mario Gotze scored the goal of his life.
The final game of the World Cup 2014 between Germans and Argentineans was a close game with very few goal opportunities. Germany was the favorite, but Argentina had the best soccer player in the planet in their squad. Nevertheless, Lionel Messi’s magic never appeared and it looked like the winner of the 2014 World Cup was going to be decided in the penalty kick shootout, but then in the 112 minute of the match, already in the second half of overtime, the magic finally happened, not from Messi, but from the 22 year old German player Mario Gotze, who received a cross from Andre Schurrle, finding Gotze, who controlled the ball with his chest, and with his left foot finished the volley to score a golazo that broke the hearts of millions in Argentina.
Mario Gotze’s golazo should be nominated to the FIFA Puskas Award.
More than 170 goals were scored through the 2014 World Cup, some of them great goals too, like James Rodriguez’ exquisite definition for Colombia in the match vs Uruguay. And how about Gervinho’s golazo a la Messi to give Ivory Coast the victory in the match vs Colombia.
Mario Gotze goal was not only valuable but also had an astonishing definition, and it should be considered for the FIFA Puskas Award. The beautiful goal meets the criteria “Aesthetically significant, or “most beautiful goal of the year” and it was scored in the most important soccer competition, The World Cup, with millions and millions watching. WOW!
The tournaments at club level are starting around the world, and I’m sure we will see many beautiful goals, perhaps more spectacular than Gotze’s goal. Maybe in the 14-15 UEFA Champions League we’ll get to watch a brilliant definition, or in the derby Barcelona vs Madrid, but in my opinion Mario Gotze’s golazo is pure gold and it will be in the memory of many for years. In Germany, the young Mario Götze will be remembered as a hero for years and years to come.
His complete name is Zinedine Yazid Zidane. He was born on 23 June 1972 in Marseille, France. He has nickname of Zizou. He got his start in soccer at an early age, when Zidane played for the club of US Saint-Henri. Zidane is an ex-French World Cup-winning soccer player. His playing position in the field is as attacking midfielder. Even if regarded as a brilliant player even from the time when he was a youngster, nobody imagined of Zidane as a considerable contender to Platini’s place as the best player in the history of France.
Zinedine Yazid Zidane experienced playing for some senior clubs, and they are Cannes (1987-1992) and Girondins (1992-1996) in France, Juventus in Italy (1996-2001), and Real Madrid in Spain (2001-2006), winning main championships and cups with every team.
He was regarded as one of the finest contemporary footballers. The achievements of his career contain assisting his national team of France gain the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000, as well as with Real Madrid winning the 2002 UEFA Champions League. In 1998 he was entitled the European Footballer of the Year. And also a four-time was named world footballer of the year 1998, 2000, 2003, and 2006. In soccer history Zidane became the most costly player while Real Madrid got him for 46 million pounds (approximately $66 million US Dollars). His colleagues on Real Madrid included big names Luis Figo, David Beckham, and also Ronaldo, amongst others by 2003.
In 2001, Pelé include Zidane in the list of the 125 greatest living soccer players. A flamboyant midfielder, in the World Cups of 1998 and 2006 Zidane gained the Golden Ball as the most worthwhile player. After leading France to the finals of the 2006 World Cup, Zinedine Yazid Zidane got retirement from professional soccer.
Soccer is easily one of the most widely played youth sports in America right now, and with the economy the way it is, purchasing equipment might be a little more financially challenging than it was before. The equipment needed for a game of soccer is really not all that much: a ball, shoes, shin-guards, and a goal. What is the most expensive? The goal. Below are a few steps for building a cost effective goal that can be used at home for practice or on a field for a game.
Materials needed (most if not all of these can be purchased at your local hardware store): First, you need a post hole digger to dig holes deep enough to place your goal-posts in. Next, you will need two 4×4 vertical bars and one 2×4 cross bar. Other miscellaneous materials that would be helpful include: a staple gun, tape measure, nails, cement mixture, a net, and a string to tie the net onto the bars. For your bars, you can use PVC, aluminum, or steel tubing (I think PVC is the best because it is the easiest to work with).
According to the Fédération Internationale de Football Association, or FIFA, the dimensions of a full-sized match play goal must be 24×8 feet, so take this into consideration when purchasing your materials and constructing your goal.
WARNING: I suggest that you do not use home-made goals if your child plays on full-sized goals as these can break and potentially seriously harm your child. Instead, it is suggested that you buy competitively priced, professionally made soccer goals from a reputable dealer.
Step 1: The first thing you need to do is get your post hole diggers and dig holes for your two vertical posts. Keep in mind that the stability of the entire goal rests on these holes, so be sure that you dig them well enough and deep enough as to ensure structural stability.
Step 2: Once your holes are dug, mix your concrete and pour it into the holes with the vertical bars in place. I suggest quick drying cement here because it is simple and more efficient.
Step 4: Find a friend! Here you will need to attach the cross bar to your goal, and it will be much easier if you have more than one person doing the job. A ladder might also come in handy, unless you’re Yao Ming, then you might be alright.
Step 4: Choose a net that best meets your needs. A net can be either permanent or replaceable. Make sure that you decide this ahead of time and fasten the net to the posts accordingly. Be advised, this job can be time consuming because of the many connections between the bars and the net that need to be made.
Step 5: Once the net is installed, test it out using a good quality soccer ball and a good quality leg! Make sure to also check the structural stability to ensure safety for you friends and family.
Making a goal is really not as hard as you think, as long as you have the time and patience to do it right!
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The competition for football shirt sales intensifies every year with the top football shirt manufacturers going all out to try and compete with one another on design and popularity. Major international football tournament, like Euro 2012, always attract the most amount of attention and competition and the Euro 2012 football shirts look like being no different with huge sales expected for the new soccer jerseys.
The top sports brands like Nike and Adidas dominate the market for European international football shirts but over the past few season we have started to see Puma and Umbro make real inroads into the market. Umbro will manufacture the England Euro 2012 football shirts as well as Ireland and Wales, if they reach the tournament. Puma manufacture the soccer shirts for the majority of the African nations and they have started to sponsor more and more of the Euro 2012 teams including Czech Republic, Bulgaria and of course Italy.
Sales for the new Euro 2012 soccer jerseys are expected to be higher than any previous tournament with sales continuing to increase each season and peaking at the 2010 World Cup. We may not see the levels of the World Cup, as there are a smaller number of teams in the competition but the sales are expected to be around about the same volume.
There are of course a few teams that will dominate the sales at Euro 2012 with France, Italy, Holland, Germany, England and of course the champions Spain all being certain to sell a lot. You also get a lot of the smaller countries shirts being popular with fans maybe not having seen the soccer jerseys too often before. There will also probably be a team that unexpectedly performs well and their Euro 2012 football shirts will certainly be amongst the biggest selling.
We are certainly in for a treat at the Euro 2012 tournament with all the teams realising new home and away Euro 2012 soccer jerseys for the tournament. Something else we will see is a lot of training wear and accessories being produced and we have seen an increasing popularity in these over the last few season. There will of course be the debate until the end of the tournament to see whose soccer jersey will be the most popular and again what brand will come out on top.
Brazil are out of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, but the legacy of their superfan Clovis Fernandes, who followed the team for seven consecutive World Cups and sadly passed away in 2015, continues thanks to his sons ❤⚽