Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Soccer referee Jerseys

Soccer referee Jerseys, short sleeve orange, blue, yellow, light, dark, ...

Monday, 27 January 2014

Napadač Swansea zahvaljuje ličnom treneru

Wilfried Bony fudbaler Swansea City, konačno se vratio u formu i daje golove istim tempom kao ranije. Za to je, kako kaže, zaslužan njegov lični trener. Poslednja tri meseca sa njim radi na podizanju kondicije i vraćanju u formu. Očigledno, ovo imalo uspeha.

Monday, 2 April 2012

Aston Villa FC tattoo

Ason Villa FC tattoo on the hands. Ason on left, Villča on right hand.

Aston Villa logo tattoo. 

Friday, 14 October 2011

Football red cards

Getting a red card in woman football game
Red Card

World Cup 1998 Finals, St. Etienne, France. 30th June, 1998. England 2 v Argentina 2 (Argentina win 4-3 on penalties). Referee Kim Milton Nielsen sends off England's David Beckham for kicking out at Diego Simeone.

Friday, 14 May 2010

Girls playing soccer

The Irvine Anteaters and the Cal State Northridge Matadors, woman's soccer game. The game ended in a 0-0 tie after 90 minutes of regulation and two 10 minute overtimes.
girls soccer game

The ladies in the white tops (CF) spanked Seton and won it handily 5-0 in great soccer game.
girl in green playing soccer

Girls Soccer - Chenango Forks v Seton CC CF in white)
chenango socer girl

Monday, 8 February 2010

St Etienne end Monaco's undefeated run

Former French giants St Etienne dealt Monaco's hopes of a late run at the title perhaps a fatal blow on Sunday as they beat them 3-0 to end their seven match unbeaten run.

Victory for 'Les Verts' also saw them grab three vital points in their bid to retain their elite status as they moved seven points clear of third from bottom Le Mans, who lost 2-1 to Lens on Saturday.

Monaco's defeat left them nine points adrift of champions and leaders Bordeaux, who hold just a three point advantage over Montpellier after the former lost 4-2 at Rennes on Saturday and the latter beat second from bottom Boulogne-sur-mer 2-0.

Monaco slipped a place in the table to sixth after League Cup finalists Marseille completed a successful week by overwhelming Valenciennes 5-1, 6million euro signing Brandao grabbing one of the goals to make it three in the last two games for the Brazilian.

Marseille - who head Monaco on goal difference - look good value for a Champions League place as they have a game in hand on third-placed Lille.

Marseille coach Didier Deschamps lauded his players for their all round display, which showed a marked improvement from the 2-0 defeat last weekend to Montpellier but refused to beleive that the title was out of reach.

"While I wasn't at my wits end last weekend, I am not going to dance on the ceiling this evening," said the 41-year-old.

"I do not want to say that this evening we are back in the title race.

"We just have to stay calm, take all the points available in February and March before the final sprint at the beginning of April.

"At that time we will see if we still have a hope of the title or not."

St Etienne took an early lead over Monaco with Blaise Matuidi netting in the 13th minute for 'Les Verts'.

The St Etienne playmaker and skipper seized on a slide rule pass by Dimitri Payet and despite Monaco 'keeper Stephane Ruffier managing to get a hand on the shot it was too powerful to stop going over the line.

The hosts controlled the first-half from that point on - keeping Monaco's in-form Korean star Park Chu-young under wraps after he had made a bright opening while Brazilian Nene was out of sorts.

Instead, it was the duo of Ivory Coast international striker Boubacar Sanogo and Bakary Sako who dominated and were at the heart of what admittedly were rare moments of quality play in the first 45 minutes.

Although the visitors started the second-half in brighter mode St Etienne regained control and it was the impressive Ruffier, who twice came to their rescue first saving a fierce shot from Payet in the 70th minute which he blocked and fortunately for him St Etienne substitute Emmanuel Riviere was unable to turn into the net.

Two minutes later Ruffier pulled off an even finer save as somehow he leapt high to save Argentinian international striker Gonzalo Bergessio's stunning shot which looked certain to be the hosts second.

The 25-year-old three-times capped Argentinian was not to be denied, however, and he doubled St Etienne's lead in the 75th minute as he latched onto Riviere's pass from the left flank and slotted it past Ruffier.

Riviere was to get a deserved reward for his cameo role after replacing Sanogo by adding a third in time added on.

Sunday's other match saw Toulouse show some spirit given the heartbreak they had endured last Wednesday when they lost to Marseille 2-1 after extra-time in the League Cup semi-final, having led until the 85th minute.

However, they dominated a poor Lyon side, who also had Cameroon international midfielder Jean II Makoun sent-off in the 57th minute for a second bookable offence.

Toulouse should have taken all three points but French international striker Andre Pierre Gignac was unlucky not to hit the back of the net - a 20th minute lob grazing the post and then a header from a corner in the 30th minute hit the bar.

Friday, 9 October 2009

Perrier-Doumbe in Toulouse

Cameroon international defender Jean-Joel Perrier-Doumbe signed for two seasons with French first division side Toulouse.

The 31-year-old previously played for Scottish side Celtic and French clubs Auxerre and Rennes.

He won the French Cup title with Auxerre in 2003 and the Scottish Cup with Celtic in 2007.

Toulouse had been looking for a defender to fill in for the extended injury absences of Mauro Cetto, Albin Ebondo and Mohamed Fofana.

Tuesday, 6 October 2009

FIFA world rankings October

World champions Italy have slid to fifth in the FIFA world rankings released with Brazil holding top spot ahead of Spain and the Netherlands respectively.

Italy's fall follows their first round elimination from the Confederations Cup won by Brazil with Germany moving up one spot to fourth.

FIFA world Rankings

1. Brazil 1642pts
2. Spain 1590
3. Netherlands 1379
4. Germany 1195 (+1)
5. Italy 1181 (-1)
6. Russia 1161
7. England 1135
8. Argentina 1080
9. France 1059
10. Croatia 1031

Saturday, 6 June 2009

Manchester City and Umbro deal

Manchester City have agreed a new 10-year kit manufacturing deal with sportswear giants Umbro.

The agreement replaces a previous four-year arrangement with Le Coq Sportif which was reportedly worth £10million.

The value of the new deal has not been revealed.

Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook said: "We are thrilled to announce this key partnership. We are building a successful and sustainable football club for the future and our partners are integral to that."

Umbro will also be investing £100,000 in 'Manchester culture' to work alongside City and other local organisations 'to support and inspire creativity across the city'.

Sunday, 31 May 2009

Carlo Ancelotti from AC MIlan to Chelsea

Carlo Ancelotti MIlan to Chelsea
Carlo Ancelotti took a step closer to becoming Chelsea's new manager after he announced his contract at AC Milan has been terminated by mutual consent.
Carlo Ancelotti said: "I have agreed to leave Milan. The decision was by mutual consent. But a move to London is not certain yet. In agreement with the club, we have decided to bring forward the expiry of my contract. This beautiful adventure at Milan is over. I can't say anything else official. I have not made any agreement with any other club. I am certainly not staying in Italy. I am open to anything. It's obvious I would say yes if you ask me if I would love to coach Chelsea."