thousands, most of them will never reach the highest tier of football tho, just stranded on cyprus, playing in the 5th tier, waiting for their European working permit. Very common for players from Africa i liked this book on it
Appreciate all the kind words on the video x
Edit: Them bastards suits at the FA got the video taken down, reuploading it to Vimeo now.
Edit 2: Re-uploaded to Vimeo. The suits can't contain Aly Cissokho. https://vimeo.com/92846254
"This is a huge disaster for football. I am shocked that it is coming true now. That a small underdog prevails, that was always the basis of football. If there is now a Super League in which Arsenal or Tottenham qualify forever without any sporting achievement, then the foundation of football will be taken away. Everyone must be aware that football will then change forever and will never be the same again. People are still dying all over the world, there is a lack of money at the front and at the back. These twelve clubs set up their own league and get 100 or 150 million shoved up their asses. You have to question the ethics of that. The sad thing is: at the end of the day, it's all about money, money, money. The damage would be so big that many fans will hopefully oppose it. I would take part in such protests."
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The economist David Mc Williams had a recent podcast episode discussing Spotify as a business model and impact on the industry. Worth a listen if anyone has any interest.
That's his ultimate play. He outsources his own job to Pogba.
Only an an hour twenty on the train
Someone get him a ticket!
Atleti have a name associated - el pupas - the jinxed ones - which they have been trying very hard to shake off. It seemed like Simeone would change things after he won the Copa del Rey and La Liga in tense situations, but they failed at the biggest stage. They had some misfortune (the Ramos goal) and choked hard. Two (almost surely) good penalty takers, Koke and Filipe Luis - broke down just before the shootout.
It's sad to see and I hope Simeone manages to rectify it, but I suspect that he may not be able to. This was his best chance, vs. their gigantic city rivals they have been in the shadow of for the last 60 years, and they couldn't capitalize.
His Atleti have succeeded by adopting a small-club mentality, but sometimes that very same mentality comes in the way.
EDIT: For those who are not aware, in the 1974 CL final, Atleti conceded a goal vs Bayern in the 120th minute, a freaky goal from 40 yards out. This is an article by Sid Lowe from 2005 for English readers -https://www.theguardian.com/football/2005/dec/19/europeanfootball.sport1
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Here you go: http://cartodb.com/v/worldcup/match/?TC=x&vis=31ed2e2a-06ce-11e4-8c1d-0e230854a1cb&h=t&t=Brazil,FFCC00%7CGermany,B40903&m=7%2F8%2F2014%2017:00:00%20GMT,7%2F8%2F2014%2018:52:00GMT&g=108%7C11,23,24,26,29,87,97#/2/-17.5/-5.6/0
Played the South Korean anthem instead of the North Korean in 2012.
Totally an accident
Ninja edit: my mistake, that was getting the flags mixed up
Broke up with my girlfriend, lads.
You're my girlfriend now
As a side-note: anyone read Waking Up by Sam Harris? I'm having a little existential crisis because of that book.
Edit: Things got weird.
According to section 27.03 of the rules for the competition:
> If an association is disqualified during the competition, the results of all of its matches are declared null and void, and the points awarded forfeited.
And in section 18.03:
> The four best third-placed teams are determined according to the following criteria applied, in the order given, to the final tournament group matches:
a. higher number of points obtained;
So if Russia were disqualified then their matches effectively didn't happen so no points were awarded from them which puts the rest of the group at a disadvantage for the four best third-place spots. Yet another problem with this stupid 24 team format.
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You don't have to accept a bribe to be corrupt. As UEFA president, he is supposed to act impartially. He used his position to influence the voters and win the tournament for his country.
They should bring this back ffs. At least defenders and goalkeepers wouldn't be discriminated. And the award choices were spot on, it wasn't a popularity contest.
Just in case anyone unironically thinks it's a sportsbra, that's basically a wearable fitness tracker with a bunch of sensors to measure a player's activity, heart rate, etc. A lot easier to tell how tired players are and if they needed to get subbed off, for example.
You can even buy it on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Sports-Tracker-Football-Lacrosse-Outdoor/dp/B079ZJP458
My favourite, not entirely sure if it was stupid or not, was this Coventry City fan bemoaning a 0-0 draw away at Crewe Alexandra.
Normally this would be understandable, but the thing is he left 2 mins before the end, Coventry scored two late goals and won 2-0.
I love Costas backstory, he's had a really interesting life like a lot of Brazilian footballers. For those who like sporty books I definitely recommend the perfectly titled Diego Costa: The Art of War.
It's crazy to think that his last league red card was back in the 09/10 season when he was playing for Valladolid, and he only received one before that.
He talks about this specifically in the documentary he did with Patrick Vieira called Best of Enemies. An incredible watch for any football fan.
Link - https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x18a5ie
Edit: The part where Roy talks about this is at 27:47
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Yeah, the solo runs have decreased a bit. One of the reasons is that there are players making great runs so he can do stuff like this a lot more. Plus you won't get fouled as much and it doesn't drain your energy. He is still scoring shit loads of goals so this newer role fits him very nicely.
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If /r/soccer was around in the 90s Ajax would be the ultimate hipster team. Starting of the decade with van Gaal as a manager and Dennis Bergkamp as the big hero we win the UEFA Cup in 92. We lose Bergkamp 2 years later but get literally the most sexy player in the universe as his replacement: Jari Litmanen.
Then the 94/95 season happens. A young squad, filled with academy talent going unbeaten in the league and winning CL, beating Bayern München (5-2) and the then biggest team in the world (Milan) three times on the way.Van gaal has the best moves ever in the final. The season after that we continue our european dominance, with a 0-2 away win vs Madrid in the most dominant Ajax performance I’ve ever seen. We could have scored 8 that day, and received a standing ovation by the Bernabeu. Unfortunately we strand in the final where we got beaten by Juventus.
After that all our good players left and I don’t want to write about that. I was still pretty young at that time but it was one of the best years of my life. My mum had choir practice at Wednesdays so it would just be me and my dad watching all those Ajax games together. Even the Feyenoord supporting kids in my school were Ajax fans that year.
It's probably a good thing /r/soccer wasn't around back then. I can't imagine what it's like to have so many delusional people in your fanbase as some EPL teams have here.
Obvious red. How people can argue that it wasn't is beyond me.
To OP, link to the html 5 video instead. It's a much smaller file, meaning a faster loading time. Remove the 'giant' at the start of the link and the '.gif' at the end. http://gfycat.com/ImpossibleWhichCopperhead
Here is a video. Around the 50 sec mark. Ghana player does seem to just fall over.
Though might need another angle. There are full match videos on the net but they are not easy to find.
Are fucking bullshit
> Thibaut Courtois has reaffirmed his commitment to Chelsea, declaring he is “100%” certain to stay, despite speculation linking the goalkeeper with Paris Saint-Germain.
One tweet from that idiot Duncan Castles does not warrant so much doubt of Courtois' loyalty I'm seeing on reddit.
it's fucking rubbish, and I genuinely hope the ACCC gets involved.
the world cup shouldn't be a privilege, but a right in the first place. then to have your paywalled service to not even work - it's just unacceptable.
it's not ideal but you can watch it on your phone and then perhaps chromecast it using the SBS/Optus sport app, and not the pure optus sport one, the servers are different apparently.
Finally, an online poll where Arsenal don't come out on top! Hardly surprising, winning lots of things seems to make the level of hatred you receive increase exponentially.
I have to say though, this poll at the end of the article made me laugh https://gyazo.com/679f4aca8ee0cf09755d9a3504c2d524
I know it's just a friendly... But seriously that's one of the greatest headers I've ever seen.
Edit: Especially if u see this angle at 33 secs in.
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>Goalkeeper takes ant attack in Railway x Jacuipense by C Series
>Jordan was lying on the pitch when he had his whole uniform infested by insects
>An unusual scene took place in the game between Ferroviário-CE x Jacuipense-BA on Saturday afternoon (14) for the C Series of the Brazilian Championship. When the game was heading to the end, the goalkeeper of the Bahian team, Jordan, fell on the pitch. What he didn't count on was that there was an anthill on the pitch, and the insects attacked the goalkeeper.
>In order to get rid of the ants, Jordan counted on the help of his teammates and Jacuipense's masseurs. The goalkeeper had to take off his shirt and take a water bath. The service lasted about five minutes, until he could put on his uniform again and go back to the game.
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Whatever. Batistuta still wins the Jesus look-alike competition.
People keep saying players like Neymar hurt the sport. This is not about the sport, but the massive business that is FIFA. Everyone should read Ken Bensinger's <strong>Red Card</strong> to appreciate how deep FIFA's corruption is.
I wrote this in r/reddevils already but I thought I'd share here too. I released my first app on Monday, really really exciting process and chuffed to have it up on the play store and actually working.
Hopefully it will be useful for people on Reddit as we tend to share a lot of screenshots.
Basically what it does is take several screenshots and stitch them together into one image. So you can share your whatsapp, tinder, messenger etc conversations easily. It's free and ad free too.
Anyway it's called ThreadShot and if you'd like to try it out you can download it below. And if you have any feedback that would be really great!
I attached an example of the finished image too just to show what it can do.
Edited because I uploaded the completely wrong image as an example!!! It's right now http://imgur.com/3bEDQz2
He basically did the same with a much better team. Took over a team fighting for Champions League and moved them down to relegation spots until he was sacked. A team with Villa, Silva, Albiol, Vicente, Joaquin, Marchena, Mata... He froze out club legends like Canizares, Albelda, Angulo and both Villa and Silva is said to have asked to leave if he wasn't sacked.
Read this if you want more:
I still get chills when I remember his performance vs Chelsea away at Stamford Bridge, vs Juventus in the Gamper Trophy match etc.
This is 18 year old Messi being absolutely manhandled by Chelsea players in a CL knockout fixture and yet coming out on top - https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xpmtk6 (Can't find a Youtube video of just his performance, so Dailymotion it is).
His doggedness and instinctive decision making is what set him apart from every other 18 year old prodigy. He was raw, no doubt, but he could dribble in between 5 players, pick out a gorgeous pass, hold on to the ball with two opponents trying to dispossess him...
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The NZ All Blacks Rugby Team also do that, they don't have cleaners, they clean up and mop their sheds, win or lose, its part of the change of culture about taking responsibility for EVERYTHING to do with their game. They are "almost" unbeatable ( Australia won one recently but then got violated in the return game ) .. Maybe Barnet read their book and decided it might work for them too ...http://www.bookdepository.com/Legacy-15-Lessons-Leadership-James-Kerr/9781472103536
A major hedge fund manager working for a Singapore firm in Shanghai could top that. JP Morgan used to have a guy in his own little office/house in Vermont who was making somewhere around 60 million USD per year after bonuses.
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/hedge-fund-managers-pay-slashed-to-211538-an-hour-2015-05-05 source for general size of income within the industry.
So I hosted a Football themed quiz at my college. It's not a trivia quiz. The questions are framed in such a way as to give you clues to the answer. So it's not really who played for which team at what level but more of the logic or reasons behind footballing decisions. You can find it on SlideShare here.
Do let me know if you liked it!
You have to have a compatible TV https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/help/latest-news/live-uhd
It's strange that they don't just go off the reported resolution in the browser, but that's DRM for you, so many people with 4k monitors missing out.
It's a shame that they don't target 1080p 50 fps at 20k bitrate for us plebs. 720p 50 fps at 5k bitrate just looks so bad. Also streamlink has been broken so now I can't watch it in my external media player.
IIRC that's Andreas Kornmayer, one of Bayerns fitness coaches. He'll join Klopp at Liverpool next season - i'm serious.
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>If Russia were to be disqualified from the tournament, an emergency panel would convene to decide what would happen to the team’s results in the tournament. As things stand, Group B could be thrown into turmoil due to Article 27 of Uefa’s regulations, which states: “If an association is disqualified during the competition, the results of all of its matches are declared null and void, and the points awarded forfeited.”
Here I made one. Sorry for the poor quality. http://i.imgur.com/KAvZyNx.gif
Better quality: http://gfycat.com/NaughtySkeletalArcticduck
Irrelevant question: Anyone knows what's the best tool to make a high quality gif?
You see, guys. This right here is your typical Messi apologist so naturally he's intolerable, it just comes with the territory. It's a lot like arguing with a pregnant woman, you'll never win. Never... I'll give you an example: If Messi plays bad, it's always his "team-mates fault" but if he plays good, he "carried his team". Let's speak of the World Cup for a moment: why was Messi not scrutinized when playing badly the way that Ronaldo was? He missed a penalty in the first game and was invisible in the second; some of the blame has to be on him. But we only hear ridiculous shit like: “The team is built too much around Messi”... Which doesn’t even make any sense. Isn’t that supposed to make Messi stand out more? How is that bad for Messi? “The team is just too bad”... Agüero is the only reason Argentina even has one point. Besides, Portugal has a way worse squad and they were playing as badly as Argentina but Ronaldo was still slaying. Shouldn’t we expect Messi to do the same? “4 players are marking Messi”... I thought Messi was supposed to be the master dribbler? Why doesn’t he just use his magisterial dribbling skills? Or even better, why doesn’t he just go score a tap-in ala Ronaldo/Kane then? I heard those are supposed to be easy...
Honestly, I don't even know why I'm wasting my time... But sure, for you, Messi is the UCL GOAT and nobody is even close... Happy? 🙄
On your bike, lad.
Lmao you're somehow getting downvoted slightly but its true.
Madrid defender AND covering for 'Celo? My man's had the toughest job in football for the last 10+ years lmao.
One of the best in history for sure.
El Capi. ❤
Fun fact, apparently Stalin is often misattributed this quote:
But regardless of who said it, there is some truth to it.
EDIT: Also here but I don't know how reliable this source is
He clearly was. The FA should look into this as they are clearly lying.
Full Shootout [~3:00]
EDIT: /u/cppn02 has posted a full length one with volume for those interested. [~17:30]
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Basically what the title says. The players are "at the orders" of Chape. Basically Chape can call upon ANY players from Libertad for any sporting events.
A Man U fan on 606 giving his thoughts on the matter.
Bravo that man.
SV Werder Bremen rejects the introduction of the so-called Super League and strongly condemns the actions of those responsible. The management of SV Werder Bremen issues the following statement on behalf of the Green-Whites:
The announcement of a Super League is an affront. Here, twelve clubs are leaving the common path of the European football community. A football community in which they have their roots, in which their economic development was possible in the first place. Here, individual clubs want to skim off the advantages that a football community has helped to create over decades.
Like the DFL and the DFB, we stand in solidarity with all the countermeasures announced by FIFA and UEFA and the national leagues and associations affected. Massive damage has already been done to football and it will continue to grow if the Super League is implemented.
SV Werder Bremen feels strengthened in its criticism of parts of the reform of the UEFA Champions League adopted today, which was already a step in the wrong direction and obviously not suitable as a compromise for the twelve top European clubs. We have expressly disagreed with the joint positive basic position of the German ECA clubs on this reform and have deposited our position in writing with the DFB. SV Werder Bremen will always advocate that transparent sporting factors, rather than wildcards and seedings lists, decide on participation in international competitions.
SV Werder Bremen is delighted to register the active criticism of the other clubs under the common European umbrella and of the fans in all their diversity and hopes that the strength of this common stance will lead football back onto a common path.
Yeah it was PSG and you're absolutely right, don't think there are many people that can switch from frustration to absolute focus so quickly.
Looked it up quickly and found this for anyone who doesn't remember or would like to re-watch but it's not the best quality! https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6evz00
Sanfrecce Hiroshima is doing great! We've won both of our games so far and Hisato Sato is something like 11 goals away from being the top goalscorer in league history!
EDIT: Sato also scored the first goal of the 2015 season! He's honestly one of the most talented players I have ever seen.
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This year's Dota 2's The International's prize pool has hit 10 million dollars, so you could say things are getting pretty serious.
Don't forget his "tackle" in the last game on Suarez that gave away a goal.
I say "tackle" because it was, by far, the laziest attempt to win the ball I've ever seen in a professional game.
Edit: This one
He's as good a defender as I am in video games.
I don't get how people see a dead link to Streamable and then think "Hey I should re-upload this to the same host that took it down withing minutes"
Everybody should play New Star Soccer!
If you're browsing /r/soccer on Android, and are tired of how streamja videos are wider than the display's width - I've built an app that intercepts those links and redirects them to the video's mp4 link, which opens on your default video player.
Check it out here: Redirect for Streamja on Google Play
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There's an interview with a "Russian Hooligan" returning in Moscow where he basically says the same. Something like he was surprised that the French police didn't seem interested in getting involved, and they just stood and watched.
Combine that with the complete lack of police presence in the stadium, the god-awful tournament organisation, and fact that senior British police are saying that the French failed to act on Russian intelligence, IMHO it points to UEFA and the French police seriously dropping the ball.
I think Russia may get a serious sanction from UEFA that will just be used to cover up the failings of UEFA and the French police.
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Damn this is a good extension. nice one
test: Andre Gray
Angel di Maria
Ángel Di María
Edit: I'm not sure if it's just Di Maria but some names with accents don't seem to work unless the accents are typed out as well.
edit2: or not apparently.
edit3: Strange that it still doesn't work in the comments image for me but it does on the r/soccer page image
There absolutely is such a thing as incorrect grammar. The language may change quickly, but that still takes a long time.
Use fewer if you’re referring to people or things in the plural (e.g. houses, newspapers, dogs, students, children).
Use less when you’re referring to something that can’t be counted or doesn’t have a plural (e.g. money, air, time, music, rain).
It's not a niche website at all. It's the fifth most popular website according to the Alexa rankings for the UK. You only know of two other people that use it because of the nature of the website not being based around 'friends' or 'followers'
Italian talk/variety show called Chiambretti Night. It's themed as an interview in a nightclub so it had a fair bit of dancers throughout the show. Jose Mourinho was also on the show and had a similar lap dance performed on him. I imagine there's a better video, but I promise he's one of the pixels if you can't tell. You can also just search the name of the show and find about 30 lap/pole dance videos from the show.
Don't listen to them, "retrospectively" was right.
looking back on or dealing with past events or situations
(especially of legislation) taking effect from a date in the past
This kind of punishment would take effect at the time that it was handed out, not retroactively.
I was just checking their company out and they do have an app with exactly this feature lmao check the first app store picture
Lukaku is more than nice. He's essential. Our goals scored last year in the league was only 54.
To put that in context, Chelsea- 85, Spurs- 86, City- 80, Liverpool- 78, Arsenal- 77. Those are the teams who finished above us, in order of league position. Lukaku is absolutely essential for a title push and getting out of the CL group stages.
Don't. Hola is shady af (don't have the source on mobile, but just google it. It basically abuses your connection for things you have no control over). I'd recommend you Zenmate, a free browser expansion. Once the page has loaded, you can switch it off, that way your downstream doesn't suffer:)
Edit: best I could find real quick
Since we're obviously still talking about the match, I thought I'd leave this here - http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=10y1err&s=8#.VDaaTildV4Y
(I had to do it /r/Juve)
The translation for those not familiar is the amount of penalties for/against in the last 6 seasons.
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I can't believe no one yet has posted this fantastic article about the man by Jonathan Wilson: https://www.theguardian.com/football/2008/aug/21/shakhtardonetsk.croatiafootballteam
An absolute must read!
>Most of his injuries are results of awkward falls when going full pace
no they aren't. His long term ones aren't anyway. The majority of his lengthy injuries are from bad tackles or collisions, not just falling over.
Livestreams or recorded ones? That'd be awesome if it was the former so I don't have to hassle with some low quality streams. I just need to enable Zenmate for this (it's a good free alternative to the paid VPNs)
If you're using Android then FotMob is fantastic. The best feature is the alerts where you get goal notifications for matches that feature your favoured teams and leagues.
EDIT: imgur link, i've also redone the gif after a few tutorials.
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I can't find a clip, but last night BBC Newsnight ran a piece saying of the 105 Instagram accounts that directed racial abuse against Rashford, Saka, and Sancho, 59 accounts came from outside the UK, just 5 within the UK, and the rest couldn't be identified.
not so much dirty, just not a character who'll take any shit
cruijff really struggled in those matches as far as I can tell
here's his performance in the match of this post
here's Cruijff's performance in the other leg
edit: the post actually contains clips from both.
Mate if I could post in Dutch I would have a field day with Simeone complaining about refs. But you asked for only one example so here we go:
I gave you two.
Your ISP may be blocking streamable and streamja links. If you're on android, install this. It changes your DNS settings and should be an easy workaround. Possibly on iPhone too (haven't checked).
I think you're forgetting history here. I haven't revised anything.
He's remembered as peak Ronaldo in 02 because of this world cup, before it happened he wasn't in any great shakes. Check out the qualification, its very similar to Argentina's this year. But i assure you, Brazil were absolutely not the pre-tournament favourites. France and Argentina were.
What Taison says here is almost a pretty direct quote from the beginning of the latest book by Ibram Kendi. The book, called How to Be an Antiracist does a pretty nice job of clearly describing some of the issues with structural racism that we see today.
If you think Antiracism is a topic that is really interesting to you, I would recommend that book and also White Fragility by Robin Diangelo.
(Source: I work on a Structural Racism task force in my city in America and have done a lot of work in the field of Antiracism for the last 5 years or so.)
I don't know why I did it, but I found the birth dates and put them into a calculator..
869 days between Messi and Ronaldo
869 days between Thiago and Ronaldo jr.
So apparently it is true man.
For one thing, we are more direct: we try more long crosses and long balls. Under Pep, it was all short passes and never try to put the ball into the air (which makes sense, due to the height of our players.) Now, you can see us play longer balls (see Jordi Alba's goal vs. Celtic at the Camp Nou.)
But not only that, we are now playing quite a bit deeper. It used to be that most of our players would never track back unless we had a corner or a freekick (and at times Guardiola violated even that. To counter the height disadvantage against Villareal at the beginning of last season, he put players on the ready for counter-attacks, and that forced Villareal to put some of their players back to nullify the counter-attack threat, but that obviously nullified their height advantage.) Not anymore: the wingers (Pedro and Sanchez) do a lot more defending. You find Messi much closer to our penalty area than before. The outcome of this is that we are attacking MUCH more on the break and forcing players out of position. All of this plays into Messi being the central pivot of our attack, and he can capitalize on any small mistake that is bound to happen with defenders repositioning.
EDIT: Video of Busquets against Valladoid which I think shows some of what I'm talking about.
Also, a couple more thoughts: we are less obsessed with possession. We used to try to play EVERY ball out of defense, no matter how risky. Now we are OK with just hoofing it forward to clear the danger.
So Klopp gave an interview to Graham Hunter on his podcast, here it is if anyone is interested, very good listen
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I live here, and have lived here for 25 years. The daily low in December is 15-18, the daily high is 24-28, those numbers are not the same as averages, that's just a confusion on your behalf.
Regardlessly of humidity, if this is hot to you then you're hypersensitive to the sun or something. I'm actually sure people will be wearing light jackets anyway.
Factually wrong again and needlessly aggressive.
It's definitely not Chan, the "ch" sound corresponds to the Turkish letter "ç", just like the "ç" in Çalhanoğlu. So, Chan would be "çan" in Turkish, which means "bell" in English.
The correct pronunciation should be something like how you pronounce the name John in an American accent. The first pronunciation by ohiyesa is how you pronounce it.
Also from the article
>Since Fergie managed to turn Paul Pogba off United, Moyes will try to lure Juventus's other inspirational midfielder, Arturo Vidal
Mitsubishi Electric Bread Oven TO-ST1-T Retro Brown Toaster which Burns 1 Sheet of Ultimate https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07PHLN9DD/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_g_A3R97345PYAZJPAT403W
You may as well go out in style
Sebes was one of the greatest managers of all time, implemented ideas like the sweeper keeper, deep lying forward and the total football philosophy at a time where tactical thinking was lacking and mostly confined to kick and rush football.
Having a glut of great players come through at the same time didn't hurt of course.
Jonathan Wilson's new book is on the Golden Team and is out now -
(this isn't an ad, as much as it reads like one)
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I agree that the ref made terrible calls in that game, but everyone seems to forget that this was an extremely questionable straight red for Abidal. Not the sort of call one would make if the match were fixed. Ovrebo was simply incompetent, not sinister.