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Title: World cup 2010
Post by: lincon-bre-02 on June 12, 2010, 09:44:27 AM
Who will be the champion?????? Question for all.
I think....no no must be champion ITALY & runner up England.........
Brazil & Argentina will go maximum quarter final ...........
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: BRE SALAM SONY on June 12, 2010, 09:53:40 AM
I THINK THAT BRAZIL ALSO CHAMPION IN WORLD CUP-2010.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: Shamim Ansary on June 12, 2010, 11:27:50 AM
Methinks.....

80% performance
+
10% Luck
+
10% good-wish

.....can turn a team triumphant.

We should appreciate the classical trend, game planning, skill and perseverance of each & every team.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: lincon-bre-02 on June 12, 2010, 12:37:17 PM
Every thing are included in ITALY......So champion should be ITALY....
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: shibli on June 12, 2010, 02:22:32 PM
Italy is a defensive team. Champion will be either Brazil or Argentina, I assume.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: istiaq on June 13, 2010, 11:34:35 PM
Spain would be the champion  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: shibli on June 14, 2010, 01:30:53 PM

Spain is always a very good team. I still remember one of the best players of Spain, Brolin. He was a match maker and a great scorer. He was someone like Careka of Brazil. But Spain, Germany, England and Italy are the same teams that have no good scorers. Roney and Lampard are good players, but England never played well in the world cup.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: drfokhray on June 14, 2010, 01:35:36 PM
Brazil will be Champion in World Cup 2010.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: BRE SALAM SONY on June 15, 2010, 10:48:56 AM
i am also agree our honorable teacher
Brazil is a champion in 2010
i  pray it.
enjoy Brazil games wish to your friends.
thanks

Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: shibli on July 03, 2010, 02:28:40 PM
Former Germany coach Juergen Klinsmann said on Friday Germany's young team lacked experience but were still capable of conjuring up the "magic" needed to beat Argentina in the World Cup quarterfinal.

Germany's young guns demolished England 4-1 in the second-round after topping Group D, looking slicker and sharper than the more-fancied side ahead of the tournament.

"We are very pleased from a German perspective. They are a very young team who have done very well so far," said Klinsmann, a member of West Germany's World Cup winning squad in 1990.

"We had a little set back against Serbia in the group match but then they came out strong again and for us Germans it means a lot to beat England in a knock-out game."

The squad, beaten by Serbia 1-0, features players such as Lukas Podolski, Miroslav Klose and Bastian Schweinsteiger who Klinsmann led to a surprise third place finish in the 2006 World Cup in Germany, alongside gifted newcomers such as Mesut Ozil.

"We will see how they do against Argentina and how far this team can go. They are lacking maybe a little experience and will be playing some of the best players in the world. This will be a new benchmark for them," he told reporters in Cape Town.

Joachim Loew, Klinsmann's former assistant coach, took over from his former boss after the World Cup and led Germany to the Euro 2008 final where they lost to Spain.

Klinsmann said he had visited the German team on Thursday night in Cape Town and had a glass of wine with them.

"They don't need my advice ... just look at the front line the Argentines have. They know that and they know they have nothing to lose," he said at Cape Town's City Hall.

"But there could be a moment of magic and they hit them at the right time. World Cups are all about timing," he added.

Saturday's quarter-final clash between Argentina and Germany will be a repeat of the 1986 and 1990 World Cup finals, the first won by Diego Maradona's team and the second by a German side including Klinsmann.

Both teams met again at the 2006 World Cup quarterfinal, when Germany went through on penalties and the match ended in an unseemly brawl.

Asked about his future, Klinsmann, who was sacked as Bayern Munich coach near the end of the 2008-09 Bundesliga season, said he would wait to see after the tournament.

"After the World Cup a lot of teams will think about their future, but for now we are all just following the World Cup," he said.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: Shamim Ansary on July 04, 2010, 09:25:45 AM
Finally, that young German team, lacked with experience, fabulously conjured up the "magic" of tharshing the aparent mighty football force Argentina by 4-0...!!

They really overplayed Argentina in the Quarter Finals with their quality football. I congratulate them.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: BRE SALAM SONY on July 05, 2010, 07:22:16 AM
we are really shocked because Argentina get 4 goals (ak hali) for 4 years.
per years 1 goal.
really Germany is very good & strong team at present world cup.
i think that Brazil and Argentina goes to home only there c ocher (dung a and maradona)

there are said we are best another team and we are come to world cup only championship not games .

but now i am Spain supporter.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: Shamim Ansary on July 05, 2010, 10:26:33 AM
Supporting team may lose the game. But, it is appreciable not to be an orthodox football buff of any particular team. Lets pay honour to other teams/supporters who play really well and win (a match) at any sphere. Burning out the flags of these thams or teasing the opposite supporters are not decent.

Lets welcome new football Powers.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: faizun on July 05, 2010, 11:41:35 AM
Germany will be the champion. They deserve.
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: lincon-bre-02 on July 06, 2010, 09:37:34 AM
Yes, Germany will be the champion. World cup should be stay in Europ not Latin Americ !!a
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: BRE SALAM SONY on July 07, 2010, 04:01:45 PM
today's   confirm who is batter in this world cup.
maybe Spain is champion on this world cup.

Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: Shamim Ansary on July 10, 2010, 09:52:07 AM
Spain has played splendid football so far in the WC.

Will they be able to uphold their endeavour with success in the Final?! Lets see...
Title: The absence of sporting spirit and its consequences
Post by: shibli on July 10, 2010, 03:03:16 PM
The absence of sporting spirit and its consequences

The world from the dawn of civilization has been enjoying sports. One of the pastimes of the rulers was to arrange for periodical sports. It may be hunting, chariot race, horse riding, wrestling and boxing. Organized sports were popular in Greece, especially Olympia from which modern Olympic games have derived their names. Sports were for fun and frolics. In the middle ages sports were very popular in European countries. Sports are supposed to develop many good qualities. There may be healthy competition and rivalry and never enmity or bitterness. It is and should be for the sports' sake and not for winning the laurels. This is the real sporting spirit. There are rules and regulations in play and games. The sporting spirit implies the following of rules whether one wins or loses. The outcome or the result is not the important thing but how the game is played.

A real sportsman takes things easy. Take for instance, an angler sitting by the river side from morning till evening, casting his line into the water. He may not always be lucky to have a catch. Still he whistles back home happy in the evening when the night sets in. It is not the catch that is the point but the angler's attitude. He cannot grow angry and break the fishing rod. Then he has lost the fun. So too in any game the winner or the loser, much more so the latter must be able to take things easy. A real sportsman does not lose his head when he wins nor is he bowled over when he loses.

The crux of the problem is whether a sportsman plays the game; in other words if he strictly follows the rules of the game and never adopts foul means to get a win. But unfortunately this point is missing. In certain modem sports, games like horse racing, they dope the horses. The Olympic games where one expects the ideas to prevail seems to be no exception. There are instances of doping and impersonation and hence vigorous tests are given and the competitors are checked seriously.

When the sporting spirit is absent or missing, naturally very unpleasant consequences can ensue. Very ugly scenes are more often the rule in football matches. Referees are manhandled and the crowd become partisan. Cricket was a king of games where such behavior was unheard of. But of late, even in cricket unpleasant things do happen; when a player is signaled out by the umpire, he loses his temper and grimaces at the umpire and so on and makes a show of his unpleasantness. Bowlers are being very often warned. All these result from lack of sporting spirit.

A good sportsman knows his game rather than the rules of the game and follows them willingly. In whatever position he is placed he plays his part. He cooperates with all the members of the team and works always for the good of the team of which he forms a part. He develops espirit de corps and in and outside the field he shows this sporting spirit. He never plays foul though there are few who turn mercenary and wreck the fortune of their team for the sake of money or other considerations.

This sportsman's spirit may be developed in ordinary life. In whatever walk of life one finds himself he must be able to do his duty. Material gains apart, he must be able to deliver the goods. He must be reliable and a good companion to his comrades. He is faithful and obedient to his superiors. He goes about his duty without gossiping and scandal mongering. Then people call him a good sportsman. Such people are scarce but they are assets wherever they are found.

If people do know the value of the sporting spirit why then the rarity or the absence of it ? Simply it is because of selfishness. For personal glory or ownership or name, one grows selfish. The selfishness gets started in early childhood. Jealousy and rivalry and sometimes even lack of security lead to selfishness. Very often children do not want to part with their play things or share them with, others. When this selfishness grows into life, there will be absence of sporting spirit. Such people keep themselves in isolation and they never mix freely with others. Temperamentally they are non-companionable and they are never happy nor add to the happiness of others. So we see that this sporting spirit must be developed even when they are children. Here comes the Cubs, Girl Guides and Boy Scouts movement which develop in their incumbents all the good qualities of a sportsman.
          
     
Title: Re: World cup 2010
Post by: shibli on July 10, 2010, 03:11:52 PM

I have never seen Brazil playing such foul games as they did in this world cup. They should have played as they usually do. The beautiful art of football, as it is said, is created by the Brazilians.  Goal is logical sequence, no team should play only for the sake of playing.