Let’s say this is my project. During the Christmas holidays I finished reading Das Reboot by Raphael Honigstein. While I reading I had so many questions, that I wanted to stop and pen them down. 1,003 more words
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Veteran striker Jermain Defoe is targeting a return to the World Cup stage with England.
Having joined Bournemouth from Sunderland on a free transfer following the Black Cats’ relegation from the Premier League, Defoe is focusing on a place in Gareth Southgate’s squad for Russia. 245 more words
Between the Gold Cup and my girlfriend now working weekend’s, I’ve had a lot of time recently to watch soccer and play video games.
This past weekend I decided to combine those two and fire up my Nintendo 64 with the hopes of taking the worst team on FIFA Road to the World Cup 98 to the promised land, and winning the whole damn World Cup. 834 more words
Though its creation shocks nobody, the official formation of the 2026 World Cup bid committee by Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. is a significant step towards hosting the upcoming 48-team World Cup. 358 more words
Recent Issues with St. Petersburg Stadium in Russia Might Foreshadow Problems with Stadium for 2018 World Cup
Apparently, it’s just not possible these days to have international soccer without some controversy. The St. Petersburg Stadium, home turf to the Zenit, is currently the cause of complaints over the facility surface. 258 more words
June 2006 – I was in grade nine, highly annoyed to be spending a Friday afternoon studying for my mid-year exams. In fact I spent most of my weekends during high school studying, but I was just frustrated on this particular weekend, June 15, the second week into the Fifa World Cup. 1,231 more words