Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Juan Bernat (Munich)

Hello, today we're going to talk about a Spanish player who is succeeding outside his country, scoring goals away from home, we refer to Juan Bernat Velasco (Valencia, 01/03/1993), better known as Bernat.

His story starts in 2000 when he joined the ranks at Valencia FC participating on each category’s matches until 2011, taking part of the first team’s preseason. Officially debuting on August 27th, 2011 against Racing Santander, with coach Unai Emery. His progress was so extraordinary, on the season 2013-2014 in which, with only 20 years, the coach Miroslav Djukic decided to have him, holding his natural position from left end and making him left side. 

His feature made ​​him undisputed starter, fast player and agile, who sacrifices himself for his team in every game and with a dangerous lefty in middle-distance shots. Adding this to the great season he made, ​​caused many teams across Europe to be attracted on him. Finally, on August 7th, 2014, was ​​officially made his move to FC Bayern Munich, a German team led by Pep Guardiola. The hiring contract for 5 seasons cost the Bavarians EUR 11 millions, which caused controversy in the German media sports, saying that he was a young player in order to play for one of the best teams in Europe.

However, nowadays Bernat is the only outfield player that has played in every game, being substitute only three times in all competitions contested by his team, the Bundesliga, Champions League, DFB-Pokal (German Cup) and DFL-Supercup (German Supercup).

According to his career in the national team, Bernat has played in each of the lower categories since 2008 when he debuted with the senior team on October 12th, 2014 , scoring a goal against Luxembourg.
From our blog we wanted to give you the knowledge of this great player, that certainly will be talking about in the coming years and will feature prominently in both the triumphs of his team and the national team.

Sunday, 10 May 2015

Argentina - Germany FR (1986)

When Argentina’s Jorge Luis Burruchaga appeared to knock the ball a touch too far ahead of him, having made a lung-bursting 40-yard run to get on the end of a sublime first-time pass from Diego Armando Maradona, West Germany custodian Harald Schumacher could not be seen in the TV shot. And while fans of La Albiceleste were surely cursing that “the keeper is going to cut it out”, their Die Nationalmannschaft counterparts must have been wondering “where’s Schumacher?”

There were only six minutes remaining of normal time in the Final of the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico, and just three minutes earlier the Germans had underlined their trademark resilience by levelling the match at 2-2 – having been two goals down.

Diego Maradona in Mexico '86

“It's incredible how many things people have told me about that goal. They said I knocked the ball on too far in front of me; that I ignored [Jorge] Valdano shouting for it to my left; that [defender Hans-Peter] Briegel almost caught me. But all I was focusing on was the goal in the distance,” recalled Burruchaga. “I didn't see Valdano running alongside me through the middle, and nor did I hear Briegel behind me. It felt like the longest, most exhilarating run of my life.”

Fortunately for Burru, luck was on his side when it came to the aforementioned heavy touch. Having initially decided to clip the ball over the onrushing Schumacher, he ended up sliding a low shot through the legs of the then Cologne No1. The score now 3-2, the strike finally knocked all the fight out of Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Co and secured a yearned-for second World Cup crown for Argentina.

An unexpected Final 
Pre-tournament, La Albiceleste had touched down on Mexican soil earlier than any other side. Renowned for his attention to detail, coach Carlos Bilardo’s determination to ensure his squad were fully acclimatised to conditions in Mexico City – 2,200m above sea level – meant his charges found themselves at CF America’s training complex 30 days before the competition began. What's more, their shaky performances in qualifying and in warm-up matches had left Argentina supporters with scant hope of a repeat of their 1978 world title.

“The team arrived in Mexico low on confidence and nobody gave us much of a chance. On top of which there was a great deal of tension within the camp,” said Valdano. “But, as the World Cup went on, the squad grew stronger and showed a great deal of character. I'd say that it was the biggest turnaround I've seen in my life. Before the first game we weren't even sure we'd beat Korea [Republic], but by the last game we had no doubts whatsoever that we were going to beat Germany.”

Meanwhile, opponents West Germany boasted a squad packed with talented performers, including the likes of Rummenigge, Rudi Voller, Felix Magath, Pierre Littbarski, Andreas Brehme and Lothar Matthaus, though they too did not arrive at the World Cup in promising form. Indeed, Rummenigge, Voller and Klaus Allofs were all carrying injuries, “Our whole attack was crumbling,” summed up Matthaus, years later.

Nor did the oppressive heat aid the Europeans’ cause, with their opening three group games in Queretaro still remembered for cases of heat stroke suffered by their players. Even so, coach Franz Beckenbauer’s team gradually began to grow in strength and spirit, leading to victory over tournament sensations and then European champions France in the semi-finals. “The atmosphere was incredible and, in a way, that World Cup was ‘a summer fairy tale’ too” said Schumacher.

Highlights of this World Cup Final:

Full match: Argentina - Germany FR

Information from: Eurosport.es, YouTube, Losmundialesdefútbol.com

Arsenal 2003-04

This post will discuss the incredible season that Arsenal made ​​in Premier League in 2003 and 2004. Dubbed “the invincible”.

Arsenal in Highbury win the Premier League Cup, 2004.

That season, the 38 Premier League matches, the Gunners won 26 games, 12 draws and no defeats. For a total of 90 points, 11 ahead of Chelsea team, that curiously eliminated them in Europe in quarter-finals at UEFA Champions League.

That team entered football history, not only for its record but for his excellent play and ball control.

From that incredible team, we emphasize fantastic players like:

Thierry Henry: 27 goals in this league top scorer of the French team and leading scorer in the history of Arsenal.

Dennis Bergkamp: third top scorer in the Netherlands national team, with great technique and a experience that did wonders in Highbury. His last game for Arsenal was the Paris final against FC Barcelona.

In order: Vieira, Pires, Henry and Ashley Cole.

Jens Lehmann: German goalkeeper who made ​​an insurance goal gunner.

Patrick Vieira: French midfielder world champion and Europe. Great strength andSilva.

Gilberto Silva: Brazilian midfielder. That season he played 32 games and was instrumental in winning the title

Fredy Ljungberg: Swedish runner, got 4 goals that season and displayed great football in midfield gunner. 

Robert Pires: Also French player, 14 goals and 7 assists this season. He made ​​an extraordinary season. Later he went to Villareal.

José Antonio Reyes: The Seville joined Arsenal as a rising star, he did not play bad season but gunners expected more from him.

Thursday, 7 May 2015

Diego Capel (Lisboa)

In this new post is our pleasure to introduce to Diego Capel, former Sevilla FC player in the most glorious time of the club. A player who came to debut in the selection and be present at the biggest clubs in Europe.

Diego Capel Trinidad born in Albox, Almería on 16 February 1988. He was 12 years when FC Barcelona is fixed in this player Selection of Almeria and decided to give it a try in La Masia. However, it did not last an entire season because of their poor acclimatization. 

Diego Capel scoring goal with Sporting Lisboan (www.sofoot.com)

A season later, Capel signed for Sevilla FC, club which highlights the quarry and became the second youngest player of the club debut in La Liga, behind Jose Antonio Reyes.

After his debut in First, figure Capel in Sevilla grows into stagnation, which occurs when the young winger fails to give more of themselves. In 2011, after several campaigns still not outstanding, Almeria fly to Lisbon to play for Sporting Lisbon.

Diego Capel continues militating in the Portuguese side last season rang for several Russian Spanish teams and a team like Granada. Currently the team is eliminated in continental competition after playing the group stage of UEFA Champions League and Europa League. Portuguese Liga, Sporting ranks third and is 11 points behind the leader.

From "Gol fuera de casa" we believe this was overrated player in his day, even said it was a future world crack. Capel is now a more complete player and no longer lives with his speed and cross. Wishing you all the luck in this player in its Portuguese and possible new phase in another club stage.

Monday, 4 May 2015

Diego Costa (London)

It is said of the Spanish people we are very affable and tried to anyone coming from outside as if our own house out why we lead by example and in this post we will talk about Diego Costa, footballer born and raised in Brazil but after spending several years in Spain decided to play with the Spanish senior team, leaving out the almighty Brazil, so for all Spanish is already one more of us.

Diego Costa along with Sergio Ramos in Brazil FIFA Worl Cup

Diego Costa was born in Brazil in 1988 where he played in an amateur way until he signed for Sporting de Braga (Portugal). After a couple of seasons in Portugal, was signed by the Club Atlético de Madrid, but yielded to Albacete and Celta de Vigo. The following season, he was traded to Valladolid, but the club of Manzanares what re-sign for a million euros.

Already at Atletico, the first season did not play much longer before him to the likes of Diego Forlan and Kun Agüero. So the following season he went on loan to Rayo Vallecano, which was unveiled for the public to form a lethal strike partnership with Michu.

Because of the goals he scored, he returned to Atletico Madrid, where this time if they had many minutes resulted in goals that earned him win a Super Cup being a starter against Chelsea.

It was precisely the English team in London that would provide his services in August 2014 after paying 38 million euros to Madrid side. The blue team is still very important for Mourinho scoring important goals in the Premier League that will assert to win this prestigious tournament.

Diego Costa has great potential and we are sure you will finish showing in the Spanish, because so far, not being adapted to the style of play and he has not made good games.

To say goodbye, we´ll leave to you this video with his 10 best goals.

Information taken of: transfermarkt.com
Picture taken of: rtve.es

Sunday, 3 May 2015

Javi Martínez (München)

This time, we'll talk about Javi Martínez, spanish footballer who currently plays for Bayern Munich and FC Barcelona will face in the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League to fight for a place in the final.

Javi is a midfielder defense, tall and good ball, which caught the attention of the leaders of the German club did not hesitate to spend a lot of money to secure his services.

Before that, he was one of the best players of Athletic Bilbao Marcelo Bielsa who managed to get both the final of Cup of the King and the UEFA Europa League in the 2011/2012 season.

He has been capped in almost all the lower echelons of the Spanish team and made ​​his debut with the national team in 2010 against Saudi Arabia and is now a regular fixture in calls for Vicente del Bosque.

Unfortunately, last season had a serious knee injury, so it has been away from the pitch many months. Luckily, this week has been incorporated into training under the command of Pep Guardiola.

In his resume boasts two Bundesliga titles, two German Cups, one Champions League, one Eurocup and one FIFA World Cup.

Information from: Footballtop.es

Image taken from: Javimartinez8.com

United States

Today we talked about how football is lived in the US, a country that increasingly pays more attention to the most popular sport in the world.

After the Brazilian was they who bought more tickets to watch the World 196 838 according to FIFA. More than triple the Argentine and German, who bought tickets 61,477 and 58,983, respectively.

For a country with over 300 million people and a huge population of Latino and immigrant, seemed a matter of time that the US embraced once the soccer. To the extent that the audience the game against Ghana's World Cup in Brazil managed to exceed the average viewer of an NFL game in New York. Some 16 million Americans watched the match, a million more than the average of the last final of the League of Professional Baseball and more than triple the end of ice hockey.

And people start to realize how amazing which is a World Cup and is currently the fastest growing in the US, and that this has only just begun

The Major League Soccer, still a young tournament, contesting his 19th season, has to compete for support, respect, holders Press and care in a traditionally dominated by baseball, basketball and rugby country and wants to prolong the wave of support that are experiencing this summer beyond, over the coming years, when the league expands.

The Orlando City, which has joined this season, has already caused a sensation by signing Kaka, while the New York City FC, who also entered this 2015, has become in turn the services of David Villa and Frank Lampard, which has aroused great interest in a club that will not play his first match for another six months.

And with David Beckham after a club based in Miami who wants to join the league in 2017, success and support experienced by the soccer in the United States this summer 2014 could be just the tip of the iceberg.

The men's team has won 5 Gold Cups and participated 9 times in the World Cup. While the women's team is the best in the world in its category, and has won 2 World Cups and 4 gold medals at the Olympics Games.

The women´s team US

We hope you have been able to bring as living and growing the sport in the greatest world power .

Information from: futbol.as.com and es.fifa.com
Photo taken from: futbol.univision.com

Thursday, 30 April 2015

José Callejón (Napoles)

Now, we leave you to download a pdf file with the path and statistic of the current and past seasons of José Callejón, andalusian player who is former player Real Madrid and one of the best players in the italian Serie A with S.S.C. Napoles.

Click here and you can download and view statistic and track of Callejón

Information taken from: As.com
Picture taken from: quecrack.com

Spain - Yugoslavia (Eurocup 2000)

The Jan Breydel was the scene where Yugoslavia and Spain on Wednesday June 21, 2000. This was measured in the third game in the group stage of Euro 2000, held in Belgium and Holland, and was at stake is nothing less than the pass to the quarterfinals. Yugoslavia was the leader of Group C, after tying win against Slovenia and Norway. A selection will Yugoslav worth therefore a draw in the third game.

Here, you can download the summary of this match

Click here and you can download and view statistic of match

Spain, however, was the third classified in Group C, after losing to Norway and Slovenia win. The Spanish team was very difficult its presence in the quarterfinals, and not dependent on it self goal.

Spain was led by Camacho and had, among others, Cañizares, Sergi, Salgado, Abelardo, Helguera or Hierro on defense; Guardiola, Mendieta, Etxeberría or Valeron in midfield; and Raul, Alfonso, Munitis or Urzaiz front.

Within half an hour, the Yugoslav team made ​​no mistake and took the match, thanks to Milosevic, who headed in a cross by Drulovic from the left.

Spain managed to react before Alfonso break and scored the equalizer. But after just six minutes from the break, Govedarica took a pass from Drulovic and a strong shot that beat Canizares was removed. A minute later, in the post kickoff played by the Spanish team, Munitis again tie for Spain with a shot to the right corner of Kralj adjusted.

Jokanovic saw a second yellow card for a foul on Munitis behind and left ten to Yugoslavia for nearly half-hour. This expulsion, at first, seemed to notice the Yugoslav little choice because, for the third time, I went ahead on the scoreboard.

In the absence of fifteen minutes to met the game, Spain lost 3-2 and was mathematically eliminated. The Spanish selection then flipped completely over the goal of Kralj. First Mendieta put back tables, scoring a penalty for a foul committed on Abelardo inside the box. No time to celebrate the tie, Guardiola sent a ball into the box, Urzáiz header gave the ball to Alfonso, who scored the winning goal.

When all seemed lost, Spain again from the ashes and heroically earned his place in the knouckout, Spain lost to France in a match remembered, above all, by the penalty shot and failed Raúl would have meant at least Extension

We leave with a video resume of this fantastic math for all spanish.

Information taken from: Golregate.com
Photo taken from : UEFA.com

Wednesday, 29 April 2015

David De Gea (Manchester)

Today we bring you a look at the biography of the future will be goalkeeper of the Spanish team, he is..

David de Gea Quintana is a Spanish goalkeeper was born on November 7, 1990 in Madrid.

He trained as a professional player in one of the best schools of footbal in the country, Atletico Madrid, where he has been over seven years since 2001. In 2008 he proposed to sign a professional contract.

At first, David should have played in the youth team, but in the 2008/2009 season was key team goalkeeper and participated in 35 games during the season.

In 2009 David joined the first team of Atletico Madrid. He participated in the matches of the Champions League, Cup of The King, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Super Cup. Between 2009 and 2011 defended his team in 84 games and in 2010 won the Europa League and UEFA Super Cup.

In 2011 he signed for Manchester United with a five-year € 20 million to replace the legendary Edwin van der Sar had ended his career.

From 2004-2012 David has been summoned by the lower echelons of the Spanish team and played 61 games. It has been sub-17 champion and sub-21 in Europe.

It was the third goalkeeper of the national team in the World Cup in Brazil and its debut was on June 7, 2014 in the match that pitted them against El Salvador in Washington, with 2-0 victory

Image taken from: www.futbolprimera.es

Shaktar Donestk

Ask anyone to think about Ukrainian club football for a moment and the first team that tends to spring to mind is Dynamo Kiev. They dominated the football scene in the eastern European country for decades, winning over 20 titles while fielding countless national stars over the years, including Andriy Shevchenko and Oleh Blochi. Recently, however, Shakhtar Donetsk have emerged as a second domestic heavyweight and are well on the way to stepping out of Dynamo’s shadow.
The birth of an institution Shakhtar are, quite literally, a workers' club. In 1936, approximately nine years after Dynamo were founded, Stakhanovets Donetsk was formed as a metal works' sports club. Just two years later the side, made up primarily of mountain labourers, was competing in the Soviet top flight.
The start of the Second World War stalled their progress and it was only in 1945 that the ‘Mountain Men’, as they are also known, began to play again. A year later, the club changed its name to its present form.
Shakhtar plied their trade almost exclusively in the Soviet first division up until the 1990s, only suffering the ignominy of relegation once, in 1971. By 1975 they had returned to rub shoulders with the country's elite and even finished as runners-up. It was to be their highest placing in the league as the club failed to win the title before the break-up of the Soviet Union.
The ‘Orange-Blacks’ did manage four cup triumphs (1960, 1961, 1980, 1983) however, as well as lifting the Soviet Supercup in 1984 and reaching the third round of the UEFA Cup in 1976/77.

The Donbass Arena, Donestk

The making of a legend
After Ukrainian gained its independence in 1991, the title consistently became a two-horse race between Shakhtar and Dynamo, although the latter usually came out on top. The new league's inaugural season aside, the championship trophy was always won by one of the big two. Between 1993 and 2001, the club from the capital even lifted the title nine consecutive times, with Shakhtar taking the silver medal on six occasions.
It was not until local billionaire Rinat Akhmetov - the country's wealthiest man, who also owns steelworks, investment firms and media companies - took over in 1996 that Shakhtar developed into a more serious rival. In 2009 the oligarch also built the brand-new Donbass Arena, which served as a venue at UEFA EURO 2012. Akhmetov is reported to have already invested 500 million of his estimated 16 billion Euro fortune in the club.
In 2002 Shakhtar won the league title for the first time and although Dynamo hit back with two successive championship triumphs of their own, there was now no stopping Shakhtar’s rise.

The present
Shakhtar were crowned Ukrainian champions a further five times between 2008 and 2013 and secured a hat-trick of domestic doubles in that period. The club’s success and healthy bank balance led to an increase in the number of top-class players donning their colours in recent years. Shakhtar won the UEFA Cup in 2009, becoming only the second Ukrainian team, after Dynamo, to triumph in a European competition. They were also the last side to lift the UEFA Cup trophy before the tournament was renamed the UEFA Europa League. On top of that, Shakhtar also raised a few eyebrows across the continent with one or two notable victories.

The club’s hierarchy are satisfied that their way of running the club has borne fruit. They no longer have to look at the training facilities and youth academy enjoyed by Dynamo with envy and have been buoyed by their ability to attract foreign stars to the Ukraine. Furthermore, Shakhtar invest heavily in promising Brazilian players, with Eduardo the only one to have been brought in from a European rival, namely Arsenal. Numerous other players have arrived at the club from Atletico Paranaense, Corinthians, Cruzeiro Belo Horizonte, Gremio, Internacional and Vasco da Gama, with Shakhtar prepared to wait patiently for them to develop.
While some of the youngsters may eventually be tempted away by English or Spanish sides, it is clear that the club also have a good eye for spotting talent, as well as having the necessary funds to back them up.
Shakhtar still need a few more years until they can think about equalling Dynamo’s haul of silverware, and they will not be satisfied until they do so. It is a state of affairs that is guaranteed to keep fans on the edge of their seats for the foreseeable future.

The stadium
The Donbass Arena, which cost approximately €176 million to build, was opened in 2009 and hosted five matches during EURO 2012: three group stage encounters, one quarter-final and one semi-final. UEFA awarded the 51,500 capacity stadium its maximum five star classification.

All information from: Eurosport.com

Italy - Argentina (World Cup 1990)

Today we are goint to speak about a classical match that took place in the FIFA World Cup 1990 celebrated in Italy. On one side were three-time world champions Italy, a global footballing powerhouse hosting the FIFA World Cup™ for the first time in 56 years. On the other were an Argentina side looking to retain the title they won at Mexico 1986 and boasting the legendary Diego Maradona in their ranks.

The Maradona factor lent a touch of controversy to the game. Staged as it was at Naples’ Estadio San Paolo, the local tifosi were torn between supporting the Napoli idol and their national team, adding to the spice of a match made appetising enough by the fact there was a World Cup Final place at stake.

Played on 3 July 1990, the showdown exceeded all expectations, as La Squadra Azzurra and LaAlbiceleste served up what was without doubt one of the most vibrant and unforgettable matches of the whole competition.

Argentina produced their best football of Italy 1990 after the restart, and pulled level on 67 minutes when Maradona picked out Olarticoechea on the left and the defender swung in a cross that Caniggia glanced past the advancing Zenga and into the net. After 517 minutes of play, the Italians had conceded their first goal of the tournament.

A man down, La Albiceleste retreated into their defensive shell, and with the Italians unable to break through, the game went to penalties. Baresi, Jose Serrizuela, Baggio, Burruchaga, Luigi De Agostini and Olarticoechea all converted from the spot to leave the shootout tied at 3-3, at which point Goycochea flung himself to his left to deny Roberto Donadoni and Maradona coolly slotted home to put his side ahead. The Argentinian goalkeeper then guessed correctly again to keep out Aldo Serena’s spot-kick and send Carlos Bilardo’s men through to their second consecutive Final.

Italy recovered from their heartbreak to shade England 2-1 in the match for third place, a game in which Schillaci once again scored, the Italian striker thus ending the tournament as its top scorer. This Italy side would form the core of the team that went on to reach the Final of the 1994 FIFA World Cup USA™, where they lost on penalties to Brazil.

Argentina paid a heavy price for their exertions against the Italians. Shorn of the services of the suspended Giusti, they would also have to do without Caniggia in the Final against West Germany, the blond-haired striker having picked up his second yellow card of the competition in Naples. A tired Albiceleste side failed to fire in the showpiece match and were undone by Andreas Brehme’s late penalty. They have since failed to reach the last four of the FIFA World Cup. 

Maradona with the ball against the Italian Schilaci
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AC Milan - AS Roma


In terms of trophies, AC Milan hold the upper hand, having won 17 league championships and five Coppa di Italia to Roma’s three scudetti and nine national cups, a competition record. The gap between the two sides is even greater when international silverware is taken into consideration.

Milan’s trophy cabinet features one FIFA Club World Cup, three Intercontinental Cups, seven European Cup/UEFA Champions League trophies and two European Cup Winners’ Cups. Meanwhile I Giallorossi have just a Fairs Cup success to their name, achieved in 1961, though they have finished European Cup and UEFA Cup runners-up, each on one occasion.
Milan - Roma (San Siro, 2006)
It goes without saying that the passion generated by the rivalry lacks the intensity of the Milan derby or its Rome counterpart. What gives it a special edge, however, is the fierce competition between the cities the two clubs represent: Rome, the administrative capital of Italy, and Milan, the country’s financial capital.

Facts and figures
I Rossoneri have a clear advantage in the head-to-head, winning 69 of the 150 league matches the two have contested, drawing 44 and losing 37. The northerners even have the edge at the Stadio Olimpico with 26 wins, 27 draws and 22 defeats in 75 meetings there. Yet while AC Milan have recorded the biggest win to date in the fixture, 6-2 on 28 May 1950, the Roman side can point to the most dramatic comeback, recovering from 4-1 down just after half-time to draw 4-4 on 27 January 1935.

Where Milan cannot match their Roman rivals is in the number of Italian players who have won the FIFA World Cup™ while playing for them. While I Giallorossi have had 11 Nazionale world champions in their ranks over the years, from Attilio Ferraris IV (1934) to Bruno Conti (1982) and Francesco Totti (2006), Milan can only count on eight, including Pietro Arcari (1934), Franco Baresi (1982) and their Germany 2006-winning quintet of Gennaro Gattuso, Alberto Gilardino, Filippo Inzaghi, Alessandro Nesta and Andrea Pirlo.

Legendary names
Many are the great players who have run out for these two giants of the Italian scene. Leading the way for Milan is the peerless Paolo Maldini, who made 902 appearances for the club and 126 for Italy between 1984 and 2009. Also taking their place in the Rossoneri pantheon are Gianni Rivera, Franco Baresi, Frank Rijkaard, Ruud Gullit, Marco van Basten, George Weah, Andriy Shevchenko and Kaka, while Gattuso, Nesta and Clarence Seedorf are still representing the club with pride, all of them having helped pen some of the most glorious chapters in its story of sustained success.

Francesco Totti and Alessandro Nesta (Milan, 2006)

Agostino di Bartolomei, Falcao, Pietro Vierchowod, Roberto Pruzzo, Bruno Conti, Gabriel Batistuta, current coach Vincenzo Montella and Marco Delvecchio are just some of the stars who have performed with distinction for Roma over the years. However, pride of place must surely go to Francesco Totti, a Roman born and bred and the greatest player in Giallorossi history.

Like his erstwhile international team-mate Maldini, Totti is a member of the dwindling band of players who have devoted their careers to just one club. In 607 matches for his beloved Roma since 1993, the feisty playmaker has carried his team time and time again, becoming the club’s highest Serie A scorer of all time with 206 goals, making him the fifth leading marksman in Italian league history. A fierce competitor, Totti will be intent on showing Milan on Saturday that his scoring days are not yet behind him.

Another famous figure in Milan history is current owner and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. A lifelong fan who made many a trip to the San Siro with his father Luigi during his childhood years, Berlusconi bought the club on 20 February 1986 and triggered a renaissance in Milan fortunes. Following on from the golden years of the 1950s, illuminated by the Swedish trio of Gunnar Gren, Gunnar Nordahl and Nils Liedholm (collectively known as Gre-No-Li), and the unforgettable achievements of coach Nereo Rocco in the 60s, Berlusconi brought in the no-less successful Fabio Capello and Carlo Ancelotti, both of whom took the club to the top in Italy and Europe.

Roma had a legendary president of their own in Franco Sensi, who died in 2008 and was succeeded by his daughter Rosella, who made light of an increasing lack of resources to keep the club in the upper echelons of Serie A. Roma were taken over on 15 April by Italian-American businessman Thomas di Benedetto, who in becoming the institution’s 21st president, said: “Roma is a princess and we are going to make her a queen.”

Nowadays, Milan and Roma do not cross his best football but remain a major in Italy. With Juventus lead Italy, Roma fight directly enter Champions League and Milan to enter Europe League. Soon they become good times for these teams have always been among the best in Europe.

All information from: Fifa.com and Marca.com

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Premier League

The Premier League, one of the best leagues in the world.

Italy - Germany (World Cup 1982)

On July 11, 1982 the final of the World Cup was played in the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium before 90,000 spectators. This match was between the National Teams of Italy and Germany Federal. Then we are going to discuss this historic match.

The Italian coach was Enzo Bearzot and German coach Jupp Derwall.

In the first part no goals are scored and the Italian player Antonio Cabrini missed a penalty. 57 minutes scored the first goal Paolo Rossi, then 69 minutes Marco Tardelli scored. The third and final goal was scored for Italy by Alessandro Altobelli. The consolation goal for the German team was scored by Paul Breitner in the 83 minutes.

Paolo Rossi during the match

The referee in charge of the match was the Brazilian Arnaldo Cezar Coelho along with Abraham Klein and Vojtech Christov as assistants.

In the video below summarizes the highlights of this match.

Monday, 27 April 2015

River Plate - Boca Junior (Buenos Aires)

In this post we will tell you where the rivalry of one of the classic games for excellence, The River-Boca, two teams with very fiery accounts hobbies and joined by a very special rivalry. According Mascherano (FC Barcelona) are more passionate than Barça - Madrid

September 1931, the first professional league tournament in Argentina. During the amateur time, the friction between the two major emerging Argentine football but had no comparison with what that afternoon would happen.
Coat of River Plate and Boca Juniors
Boca Juniors and River Plate jumped onto the pitch with a swollen exalted. The most expected xeneize the victory of his team who was then leading the standings.

Fifteen minutes River was ahead on the scoreboard with a goal from Carlos Peucelle. A quarter of an hour the visitors the lead, fell Varallo River area and the referee did not hesitate a penalty. He had trouble.

The River players ate the referee. In the midst of the tumult the referee expelled three players kicked visitors assumptions to him. River players refused to leave the grass. The one who did was the referee, the match was suspended. After negotiations in costumes did not reach an agreement, the referee did not relent, the three of River (Iribarren, Belvidares and Lugo) should follow the match from the stands, they refused.

The meeting was finally suspended, which angered even more to the masses who wanted the return of pesos paid. Refusal to this reimbursement, as well as the resolution of the party could only have one result. Revueltas outside the stadium. Altercations between fans of Boca and River. The party was given by Boca won in offices, but that was not important. Antonymy between Boca and River was written. 

We leave you with this video with goals in the match played on January 31

Information taken from: Kaisermagazine.com
Photo taken of: elnuevoemisario.com

Sunday, 26 April 2015

Germany 2014

Today we will talk about a big selection with a path from one to the back full of achievements . We are going to explain his role in the World Cup celbrated in Brazil in 2014. It continues to discuss the squad , it´s matches during the tournament and managed to win the trophy. He played The classification matches in Group C , obtaining nine wins and a draw so it was classified directly

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Saturday, 25 April 2015

Brazil 2002

Good morning, today a great selection. Brazil in 2002 World Cup, played in Korea and Japan. 5 times championship of this selection. Enjoy it!


Sweden, the country of Zlatan Ibrahimović, Henrik Larsson and The Vikings.

Friday, 24 April 2015

Cesc Fabregas (London)

Today, we have a wonderful player. World and European champion, with 27 years He has won all titles he has played except Champions League.

David Silva (Manchester)

David Josué Jiménez Silva (Las Palmas, 1986) is a espanyol footballer who plays as a midfielder, but can also do it in front. Since the 2010/2011 season belongs to the group of Manchester City in the Premier League. It is international with Spain national football team, with which proclaimed champion of Eurocup 2008, the 2010 FIFA World Cup and Eurocup 2012.

Through this post, we will tell you in summary form which has been his career to to bring you information that may desconozcáis.

Between 1994-2000

His football career began when he was a child 8 years and started playing for a team called San Fernando in Maspalomas. I had to move because there was in his village youngest teams no choice. Later I could sign up to Arguineguin where he remained until age 14 when Valencia came to sign him. That was a change of residence and environment, but no regrets because I made ​​very good friends there and let him evolve much in your game.

Between 2000-2005

Even 17 years was playing in the categories of grassroots Valencia winning several titles like, for example, the championship of Spain cadet. He was also called up to the Valencian U-16 and later with the Spanish Under-17 and Under-19 with which he won two runners on a European and a world of those categories. 

He has also spent bad moments during his career. He had a couple of tough and difficult injuries to overcome one in the ankle and one on the pubis. The truth is that what went wrong because I wanted to play and could not, but with the help of the people around you can overcome and get succeed-.

Between 2005 2015

Was playing with Valencia B with 17-18 years but ended up being a good season. Later, he was loaned to Eibar and the truth is that he was very lucky. The team was great, materializing a historic campaign that will not be reached first by little. He played many minutes and people turned to the team. The following year he was loaned again but this time to Celta de Vigo. There also were treated really well and being newly promoted we get a ticket to the UEFA Cup. Started most of the campaign in First and the good performance allowed to return to Valencia, where he was the right thing and took minutes and good performances, achieving settle in the team and was even called for selection. 

Picture 1: Silva in Eibar

In 2008 his dream actually winning the European Championship with the selection. 

In the 2009-10 he will qualify for the Champions League with Valencia, finishing third in the league and what is most important, was able to bring the World Cup for Spain. As in 2012 when he won his second European Championship and the third for Spain, making history as the first team able to string together three straight wins in major tournaments.

Picture 2: Silva with Spanish team

In 2010, he decided to accept the offer from Manchester City and go play Premier League. It was an interesting and motivant challenge, so he was very excited about this new challenge and two years later he achieved the FA Cup in 2011 and in 2012 the Premier League, after 44 years of waitingfrom.

Information: Davidjimenezsilva.com

Picture 1: taken offutbolingles.es
Picture 2: taken of juegalaroja.es

Thursday, 23 April 2015

Pepe Reina (Munich)

José Manuel Reina (Spain, 1982), known as Pepe Reina athletically, son of the goalkeeper Miguel Reina, is a Spanish footballer who plays goalkeeper and current team is Bayern Munich, Bundesliga.

He has played for FC Barcelona, ​​Villarreal CF, Liverpool FC, SSC Napoli and Bayern München; and from GolFueradeCasa, we want to show through the downloadable document, the magnificent record that Pepe has managed throughout his career.

Information taken of: PepeReina25.com
Photo taken of: static.sportskeeda.com

FC Barcelona - Real Madrid (El Clásico)

There are few sporting contests that carry quite the same passion as a Real Madrid-Barcelona clash. Their meetings regularly captivate millions of fans, not only in their homeland but across the footballing world.

As the big day approaches, countless Spaniards, including many who would ordinarily be immune from the charms of the beautiful game, get swept along by the fervour of the big event and don the colours of their favourites.

Real Madrid - FC Barcelona (Santiago Bernabeu, 2014)
Over the last decade, with the Galactico era in Madrid and the dominance of European club football by Barça, a number of world champions have faced off. These star names include Roberto Carlos, Fabio Cannavaro and Zinedine Zidane for Los Blancos as well as Ronaldinho and some of the stars of Spain’s FIFA World Cup-winning side of 2010: Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Gerard Piqué.

However, it is not just in recent times that the teams have had such a glittering array of stars at their disposal. Down the years some of the greatest players ever to grace the sport have taken the field for the big two, including Di Stefano, Ferenc Puskas, Santillana, Hugo Sanchez, Emilio Butragueno and Michel for Madrid, and among others Ladislao Kubala, Luis Suarez, Johan Cruyff, Diego Maradona, Hristo Stoichkov, Ronald Koeman, Rivaldo and Romario for the Blaugrana.

Side swappers
And there is another even more exclusive list of players worth mentioning, those who took the brave decision to take the Puente Aereo (the route connecting Barcelona and Madrid) and swap clubs. Di Stefano, Bernd Schuster, Michael Laudrup, Luis Enrique, Luis Figo and Ronaldo are just some of the stars who broke the hearts and invoked the wrath of their former supporters, for whom changing allegiances is an act of unforgivable treason.

Real Madrid-Barcelona games have produced more than their share of anecdotes, amazing results, legendary performances and enmity ever since the pair first crossed swords in 1902, a match the Catalan side won 3-1. The first league meeting came in 1928, when the Merengues inflicted a painful defeat on the Blaugranain their own back yard.

Six years after their 1928 encounter, Real Madrid trounced the Cules 8-2 in a 1935 league match in the capital, although Barcelona, led by Hungarian Ladislau Kubala, would exact a measure of revenge by walloping their foes 7-2 in front of their home fans in 1950.

The Di Stefano derby
In 1953 the two sides were in confrontation again, this time in a battle to secure the services of Alfredo Di Stefano. One month after the dispute was settled in favour of the capital side, the legendary Argentine they called the Blonde Arrow began a love affair with the fans of the Bernabeu by scoring twice in a 5-0 thrashing of the old enemy.

Twenty years on in 1974, with Dutchman Rinus Michels at the helm and his compatriot Johan Cruyff at his mercurial best, it was the turn of the Blaugrana to post a 5-0 scoreline, and at the Bernabeu for good measure. Two decades later Cruyff, by then Barça coach, presided over another 5-0 drubbing, as his Dream Team lorded it over their rivals at the Camp Nou, with Romario running Francisco Buyo ragged and scoring an exquisite hat-trick.

Barely 12 months later at the Bernabeu and the shoe would be on the other foot. This time it was the visiting keeper Carles Busquets (father of Sergio) who had his goal breached five times, with a hat-trick form Chile's Ivan Zamorano doing most the damage. The game was also notable for the presence in the victorious Madrid side of Michael Laudrup, a player who just a year earlier had played for Barça in their famous 5-0 at the Camp Nou.

A decade down the road, fans of the Merengues were certainly made to suffer at the hands of their greatest rivals. Not only did they have to watch as their sworn enemies claimed both the Spanish and UEFA Champions League titles, but they felt honour bound to stand and applaud an inspired Ronaldinho after his two wonder-goals helped Barça to a 3-0 win at their stadium.

After the Brazilian’s departure, it was the turn of Lionel Messi to take the famous Barça No10 shirt. The little Argentinian scored his first Clasico goals in March 2007, grabbing a Camp Nou hat-trick in a pulsating 3-3 draw. Cristiano Ronaldo, his Madrid-based rival, has had his own say in this fixture in the past, scoring an extra-time headed winner in the 2011 Copa Del Rey final.

El Clasico has developed into world football’s most hotly-anticipated derby match. Whenever the two meet, the world grinds to a halt to watch the stars collide.

From "Gol fuera de casa" as Spaniards believe it is a game worth always look due to the number of stars that come together in the field . Since beginning the season until recently , this party is marked by all football fans. Hopefully soon have a chance to see this game in the UEFA Champions League this year.

Information extracted from: FIFA.com 

Spain - Netherlands (World Cup 2010)

Section inaugurated classical matches with a match that Spaniards remember forever. The final of the World Cup South Africa 2010. That goal of Iniesta will remember all Spaniards and football fans.
Goal of Iniesta (amasportsphotoagency.wordpress.com)
That game was played in Johannesburg on July 11, 2010 between Spain and the Netherlands. It was the first World Cup disputed on the African continent and did enjoy Africa and around the world, Spain has finished raising the title that rewarded the good football.
The match lasted from the first minute with a clear dominance of the set of Vicente del Bosque. Although Spain clearly dominated Netherlands had their chances on the counter. Two balls Robben left alone with Casillas, but the Spanish goal snatched them both. There was also the final.

Xavi appeared when it is most needed. Despite the tremendous strength of the Dutch, the Spanish brain could weave some of that football with which Spain has conquered the world.
A Dutch team that went to play football not left his country indignant at her third final of the World Cup. Football rewarded the talent and good football, a style marked by a taste for the ball with world class players.
A summary of that historic match and 5 years, divided into text and video of We leave highlights:

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Oliver Torres Muñoz (Oporto)

Today we talked about a young talent of Spanish football, since last season he is away from home, particularly in Oporto, Portugal. Oliver Torres was born on September 10, 1994 and has since he dedicated his life to his passion , play football. From young he started playing in the 2011 season in the youth ranks at Atletico de Madrid.

Then he play on the second team, showing that in his place of midfield few players were future prospects like him. Player noted for their quality, great skill with the ball at his feet, with a mentality awesome game and very quickly. In season 2012-2013 played several matches with the first team from the capital, demonstrating in the minutes that was in the field that had a decent quality of other great players like Cesc, Silva and Cazorla, all stars of world football.

In the 2013-2014 season he was loaned to Villarreal CF where he played more minutes significantly improved its qualities so in the same season he returned to Atletico Madrid to finish in an extraordinary way. In the summer of 2014 he signed for FC Oporto led by Spanish coach Julen Lopetegui, ex-coach of Spanish Under-21. The cost of the deal was 11 million of euros. This season has played a total of 31 games, sharing a dressing room with other Spanish players like Adrian and Cristian Tello.

Oliver Torres during his presentation in Oporto, 2014.

Yesterday, this player was eliminated from UEFA Champions League against Bayern Munchen. His team lost the second match 6-1 in Allianz Arena

Information taken from: 

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Fernando Javier Llorente Torres (Turin)

The Lion Fernando Llorente.


Santi Cazorla (London)

Santiago Cazorla Gonzalez (Lugo de Llanera, December 13, 1984) is a recognized worldwide midfielder, currently in the Arsenal squad. A versatile player who can play all positions in midfield. Santi currently living in London since 2012 after leaving Spain for the first time.

Cazorla in 2012 playing a Premier League match

The Spanish, canterano of Oviedo, Villareal takes his big break, being loaned to Recreativo de Huelva , where he showed all his virtues and returning to Castellon club, where he excelled significantly. 

Marcos Senna said that if Cazorla play at Barcelona or Real Madrid would have been quite different, comparing 2009 with Leo Messi. Years later, 2011, record by Malaga Champions League contesting sharing a dressing room with Joaquin, Isco, Baptista and Van Nistelrooy, is a year later when is called to play Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

Cazorla was enthusiastic about the arrival of Mesut Ozil,  "our Ronaldinho" is known there for his endless smile. The Spaniard is European champion twice with Spain lost the World Cup in South Africa. Today, with 30 years and being instrumental in Arsenal of Arsene Wenger fight to return to the team among largest in Europe.

Being eliminated in the second round in the Champions League and the Premier League so far, Arsenal fight for a place in Europe.vThere is talk of a possible up to Atletico Madrid, Cholo Simeone raved about it and this summer you can be the star signing of the Madrid side. He was also noted as futurible in New York with David Villa.

His idea is retiring in Oviedo, team fight back to being a regular in Spain, currently 2b with many options to climb.

From "Gol fuera de casa" we wish him well in this player who does not lose his smile playing football.

https://vimeo.com/117375874  - Best moments of Santi Cazorla.

Monday, 20 April 2015

World Cup History II

The last World Cups, You can know all about it in this presentation. Enjoy it!

Sunday, 19 April 2015


Today we will talk about an exotic South American country with a very interesting history in the field of sport and specifically on football.

The information is in a pdf. Click the link and enjoy the content.

Saturday, 18 April 2015

World Cup History I

The most prestigious tournament in the world. The FIFA World Cup, all editions in this two presentations. In this first, the anciest tournament. Know the history of football in this presentation!!

Thursday, 16 April 2015


The passion for football is not casual in the country of tango. Argentina was probably the foremost disciple who had the English worldwide. First, from schools, and then all over the country began to emerge youth who had a rare communion with the ball. That was how players, founded clubs and join the titles began to appear.

J. R. Riquelme with Boca Juniors C. A.
Football is the most popular sport in Argentina. Its penetration in all social strata is unmatched by any other practice in the country. In a land where people are recognized as natives of "the nation of Diego Maradona," Selection is a banner, a flag and one of the strongest forms of identification of its citizens with argentinidad. For different reasons, which included up political issues sporty and state level, the Albiceleste team was not recognized undisputed way on the planet, until obtaining the first World Championship FIFA in 1978. Eight years later, in Mexico 1986 ratified its power beyond objections that cemented with 6 crowns Youth World and Olympic gold medals in Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008. Today, the sheer quality of its players and the vision of its leaders, who understood that Selection is "No. 1 priority" of our football, Argentina is one of the most powerful nations of the world. But before this extraordinary present and obviously bright future, there is a glorious past that is worth knowing.

Argentina is a true and proud footballing invariably occupies the first place in the FIFA rankings.

It should be remembered, that Argentina was home to some of you best players ever as Maradona, Messi, Di Stefano, Kempes, Batistuta, Redondo, Riquelme and a lot more players.

Information taken of: AFA.org

Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Jose Manuel Jurado (Moscow)

Today we will want to present the history of José Manuel Jurado Marín (Cádiz, 1986), he is a Spanish footballer who currently plays for FC Spartak Moscow in the Russian Premier League.

Jurado playing with Atlético Madrid in 2010
He has spent most of his career in the quarry of Real Madrid CF and, during the six years that the player was on this team, debuted with the first team in the league, he played the Cup of The King and the Champions League. Throughout his career, he has also played at Atletico Madrid, where he spent three years and one year in the RCD Mallorca. Outside Spain, in 2010 he signed for German club Schalke 04 and currently plays for FC Spartak Moscow.

In his sporting achievements, the player has a Europa League, a Super Cup of Europe and a super cup from Germany. Besides being internationally with the lower categories of Spain.

Jurado said in an interview for "Confidential" El País, he would like to return to Spain since for a Cadiz as it is difficult to live in Moscow, in fact have signed this summer for a Spanish club, but the financial offer did not meet their expectations, so eventually he renewed his current club and is one of the stars of the Russian league.

We offer you a short video for you to enjoy football skills.

Information taken of: josemanuel-jurado.com y soccerfame.es

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Pallardó (Edimburg)

Today we present to Miguel Pallardó (Valencia, 1986), a Spanish footballer who plays in Edimburg for Scottish second division in Heart of Midlothian Football Club, although he won promotion to the Scottish Premier League. The midfielder, 28 years old, left the prolific quarry Mestalla. An injury of captain David Albelda, opened the doors to highlight midfielder Valencia Mestalla, Pallardó took the opportunity he gave Quique Sanchez Flores and played a good stretch of the 2006/2007 season, reaching the highest debut in international competition to club level, the Champions League.

Several signings for the position of midfielder, left Pallardó no place in the team, and draft Getafe seduced the squad that carried your bags to the capital of Spain. The team featured Laudrup minutes, but in the Madrid team had the doors of the very complicated ownership by competition there was. Still he played 17 games that were not enough to remain in the dark blue box.

The team of Ángel Torres accepted the offer of Levante who took the services of midfielder on loan for two seasons in the scarlet team won promotion to BBVA League in the second year. In that period, Pallardó became the shaft and absolute leader of the Valencian team which played 57 games in spanish first division with the team, and Levante bought him for 250,000 €.

His great defender, Luis García had Pallardó as reference, but his move to Getafe not make things easier for our protagonist, the following season, Juan Ignacio Martínez on the bench, he was relegated to the background by the push of Vicente Iborra. In the winter, he went on him destination Almería where he won another promotion to BBVA League.

The return to Valencia was complicated, and his playing became waste, just 300 'gambling games with markers determined. His contract with the Valencian entity expired and he was without team, he negotiated a contract with Hearts, embarked on an adventure of the second division of Scottish football with which he signed a season.

Pallardó playing with Hearts

Pallardo is having a great season in Scotland and we are confident that his good play arouse the interest of big teams in the UK.

Information taken from: SpheraSport.com and Superdeporte.es
Picture taken of: dailyrecord.co.uk