Monthly Archives: October 2017

Giroud Dedicated Puskas Award for the Father After successfully winning the Puskas Award in the best 2017 goal category, Olivier Giroud presents the trophy he won for his father. The certainty of the Arsenal striker won him because his scorpion kick was so beautiful and pulled him into a 2-0 winning goal against Crystal Palace in the English Premier League last season. Even the 31-year-old player also thanked his teammates who had played a big part in creating a beautiful goal through his scorpion kicks in January. “It’s an honor for me and I’m happy… Read Article →

Jermaine Jenas: Wilshere Best Midfielder Former Tottenham Hotspur player Jermaine Jenas admits Jack Wilshere is the best midfielder at the moment Where, Wilshere has excellent techniques and skills. Proven thanks to his role in the last few seasons Arsenal able to be in the top league of the English League. But in the last season is due to the player dibekap prolonged injury also berimbas on the Gunners which failed to finish in the top four. Even as a result of his injuries, Jack also got knocked out of the main squad by lending… Read Article →

Luca Toni Gives Support to Higuain Former retainer of Juventus and Italian national team, Luca Toni provide motivation to Gonzalo Higuain to re-show the quality. Higuain just pocketed 3 goals this season, where he failed to score when Juve defeated 2-1 from Lazio. “Believe me, Higuain got everything but he was in a crisis,” Toni said. “I consider him like a ‘bomber’ and see he has grown so far since the start of the season. “This incident happened repeatedly to me and I think this also happened to him. He will score twice against Lazio… Read Article →

PSG President Allegedly Involved Case Bribery about World Cup Broadcast Rights Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) president Nasser Al-Khelaifi will face an investigation into alleged corruption in World Cup 2018 rights funds. As reported by the Marca website, the Swiss prosecutor (OAG) will be Al Khelaifi’s investigator of indications of corruption, bribery and falsification of documents. OAG claims that Al-Khelaifi bribed former FIFA Secretary-General, Jerome Valcke, for the rights to broadcast World Cup 2026 and 2030. “Jerome Valcke is suspected of taking bribes from a sports sector entrepreneur regarding World Cup 2018, 2022, 2026 and 2030 rights… Read Article →

2018 World Cup Qualifying Standings: Wales Failed Some groups have completed the 2018 World Cup qualifiers early this morning Among them are European World Cup qualifiers in groups D and G. One disappointing outcome saw Wales fail to make it to the World Cup playoffs after losing 1-0 to the Republic of Ireland. One goal from James McClean’s grave ambitions Wales to qualify for the World Cup. Whereas in Group G, Italy increasingly make sure the step into the World Cup playoffs after defeat Albania 1-0 early this morning. One goal from Antonio Candreva… Read Article →

Luis Milla Asks Indonesia to Honor Cambodia Luis Milla asked the Indonesian national team players to respect Cambodia. The Spaniard wants Andik Vermansyah and his friends to play humbly. Indonesia national team will host Cambodia at Patriot Stadium, Bekasi, Wednesday (04/10/2017) night local time. This will be the second meeting of the Indonesian national team under the care of Luis Milla against Cambodia. At the first meeting held in Phnom Penh on June 8, Team Garuda won 2-0. “I want (players) to play with humility, I want the national team players to be good examples… Read Article →

Florenzi: Rome Sends Strong Signal Alessandro Florenzi feels Roma send a strong signal by beating Milan and his greatest motivation after injury is doing what he loves. The winger scored one goal in a 2-0 win at the San Siro with Edin Dzeko, which was his first goal since April 2016 after suffering two ACL injuries. “This game should run with more crazy again, considering the opportunities that I get. I am excited about this victory, because we want to send a strong signal, “said Florenzi. “Milan are still a strong team and they will… Read Article →

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