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Why Javier Mascherano is more important to Argentina than Lionel Messi | FourFourTwo

Why Javier Mascherano is more important to Argentina than Lionel Messi | FourFourTwo.

We saw this last summer in the World Cup. There is so much attacking talent for Argentina but they really will struggle when Javier Mascherano hangs up his boots.


Book Report: I Am Zlatan Ibrahimovic

“I realized it had been tough. It had been hard. The person who was supposed to mean the most to me as a footballer had given me the cold shoulder completely, and that was worse than most stuff I’d been through.

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Morgan Brian and Alexandra Popp Had Nasty Head to Head Collision

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USWNT midfielder Morgan Brian and Germany’s Alexandra Popp had a nasty head to head collision forcing a stoppage of play. A lot of blood, but both players returned to the pitch, in less time than it would have taken to conduct a proper concussion test.


Simple Tip to Get You Playing Like Messi

“How to be as good as your favorite player:”

By: John Basilio

So you want to play like Messi?

Or maybe you want to be more like Zlatan, Ronaldo, or who ever your soccer hero is. 387 more words


USA-Germany Live: Women's World Cup Semifinal Goal-Less In Second Half

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65th minute, 0-0: Morgan creates space with a deft dribbling move but drags her shot wide of the goal from a tight angle. 1,622 more words

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June 2015 : Marriage Month

If there’s one noticeable about June 2015 in the world football, it would be the incredible amounts of marriages that accrued during these last few weeks. 142 more words


Murphy leans on putter for Delaware golf title

The high school golf season in Delaware can be boiled down to one event: The DIAA State Tournament.

All of the nine-hole matches held during the regular season fade into the background when the annual 36-hole test tees off at the end of the year. 833 more words