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Japan's Keisuke Honda, left, embraces Takashi Inui at the end of the round of 16 match against Belgium at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena, in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, on July 2, 2018. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)
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Football fans are extremely passionate and are obsessed with the beautiful game. For any true football fan, wearing their club or countries latest soccer jerseys are a popular trend. However the price of replica kits is now extremely high so football fans search online in the home that they can find great bargains to buy cheap soccer jerseys.
There are many stores who sell soccer jerseys for cheap towards the end of the season, but this is normally because they are soon to be replaced by a brand new football shirt for the following season. Another good way to get discounts on your football kits is to become a member of a soccer fan club or team, so you can get a discounted price enjoyed by their members. Often you can find cheaper prices on soccer kits by following this method.
Or you can search online for stores who sell cheap football shirts at lower prices. Here, you can save up to 50% on the price of replica soccer shirts by buying wholesale soccer items and factory second items. Here, you can find the newest released football shirts with great service, including custom soccer jerseys for both kids and adults.
These stores will ship the item direct to your door so you don’t have to spend time searching in shops. You can find kits for all the best teams including Barcelona, Roma, Sampdoria, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, AC Milan, Juventus, Liverpool, Inter Milan, Bayern Munich and Tottenham Hotspur.
Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city of Brazil and was the capital of the country up to 1960. Rio is the third largest metropolitan area in South America. The headquarters of many international oil, telephone, media and communication companies in Brazil are located here. Rio will also host the final match for 2014 Football World Cup. Rio de Janeiro has been Brazil’s primary tourist center by virtue of its world famous Mardi Gras parades, beaches and many world famous landmarks such as the giant statue of Christ the Redeemer, Corcovado Mountain.
Rio de Janeiro is a major center of research and development in the country and also houses many world-class hospitals that offer latest medical treatments. These well equipped private hospitals have special international patient sections and offer service of English speaking staff.
This is a short description of some of the popular hospitals in Rio de Janeiro.
Hospital Copa D’or located at Rua Figueiredo Magalhães, 875 – Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro is owned and operated by the Rede D’Or group. All of their hospitals are internationally accredited and follow international standards in their management.
Hospital Copa D’or, Rio has latest generation of equipment and eminent doctors providing care. The hospital offers the best possible service in their surgical center, post operative center, center for diagnostic imaging, neuro-intensive treatment center, out-patient hospital, adult and pediatric emergency rooms, physiotherapy, speech therapy, psychiatry, infectious diseases, hemodynamics, clinical nutrition, pediatrics and coronary care unit. The surgical centers of this hospital are state-of-the-art, they can perform the most complex surgeries.The hospital has centers for intensive care including intensive care unit, cardio intensive care unit, semi- intensive care unit and even a special pediatric ICU. The hospital accepts all major health insurances. Tel:e 21 2545-3600
Hospital Samaritano located at Rua Bambina,98 -Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro is one of the well trusted, modern private hospitals in Brazil provided with state-of-the-art medical technology and service of eminent doctors. The hospital offers a complete range of medical and surgical service of global standard in all relevant departments. The well known cardiology department of this hospital has excellent coronary unit, hemodynamics laboratory and cardiac surgery center.
Hospital Samaritano‘s specialized sections include imagery diagnostics department with computerized tomography, radiology unit, magnetic nuclear resonance and PET-CT and modern nuclear medicine department with scintilography, myocardial scintilography and sentinel linfonode research. The hospital has an accredited emergency room staffed by physicians approved by the American College of Surgeons for trauma care. All the beds in this section are provided with modern equipments for trauma care like portable monitors, breathers, defibrillator and artificial pacemakers.
The Intensive Care Unit of Hospital Samaritano is notable with newest facilities and has 10 beds, all provided with breathers, infusion pumps, artery pressure, oxygen level, and heart beat monitors. Hospital Samaritano is also a pioneer in medical education, research and training. This is a favorite hospital among the foreign communities and all major health insurance companies are accepted here. Phone (21) 2537-9722 • Emergency: (21) 2535-4000
Hospital Sao Jose is another reliable hospital in the city with modern health care facilities. This hospital founded by the Santa Catarina Congregation, a religious group with wide reputation, has been providing effective and modern medical service to the people at a reasonable cost since1923. This large hospital with an area of more than 625 sq miles has full fledged departments in all major branches of medicine. The hospital’s emergency department including a 5-bed special cardiac ward offers round the clock service. Sao Jose Hospital’s international patient section with English speaking staff is also well known for providing complete medical service and best personal care. Tel: (21) 2741-4300.
Barcelona is a city long in love with sports, especially the Barcelona Soccer Team.
In addition to hosting the 1992 Summer Olympics, Barcelona hosted parts of the 1982 Football World Cup and has hosted the X FINA World Championship and Eurobasket. The city has two UEFA 5-star rated football stadiums: FC Barcelona’s Nou Camp and the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys.
FC Barcelona’s soccer team is almost a way of life in Barcelona. The rivalry with Madrid rises almost to the point where Barcelona can be considered the Catalonia national team. FC Barca was founded on 29 November 1899 by Joan Gamper, who created the team colors of blue and claret from the Swiss canton in which he lived. Barcelona lost its first ever match with some English expatriates 0-1, but within ten years began a string of Catalan and Spanish championships lasting decades. FC Barcelona went though tough times in the rise to the Spanish Civil War and its aftermath, but was able to recover and by the mid 1940s resumed its championship ways.
FC Barcelona is a sports club containing basketball, handball, hockey, ice-hockey, figure skating, indoor football, rugby, baseball, volleyball and women’s football, but the jewel in the crown has always been association football, or the Barcelona Soccer Team. The Barcelona team has qualified every year for the European competition since it was founded in 1955.
The club motto is “Més que un club” and they refer to their stadium as “Camp Nou.” In English these are “More than a club” and “Our Ground.” Despite a slump at the turn of the century, FC Barcelona has assembled a talented team and once again resumed winning ways. The club currently has a five-year deal with UNICEF, wearing the emblem on their jerseys and paying $1.9 million a year for the privilege.
Among the many claims to fame of the Barca team are that it has more victories than any other Association Football team in the world. They also have more wins in the Copa del Rey, the Spanish tournament, than any other team with 24 victories. There are 18 La Liga Championships, 7 Supercopa de Espana, 2 EUFA Champions League, 4 EUFA Winner’s Cups, 3 Inter-Cities Fairs Cups, 1 Inter-City Fairs Cup Trophy Play-off, 2 European Super Cups, 2 Copa Latina, 4 Copa de Oro Argentina, 22 Catalan Championships, 2 Copa Martina Rossi, 4 Coupe de Pyrenees, 1 Mediterranean League, 2 Copa de Ligua, 1 Copa Barcelona, 1 Lligua Catalana, 5 Copa Catalana and one Little World Cup. It is little wonder Barcelona has embraced the Barcelona Soccer Team and reveres it as a symbol of Catalonia.