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The game of football is played by almost all the nations and it enjoys a high ration on the popularity charts. There are millions of fans across the world, who have a craze about the game. This is popularly played across schools and colleges in different countries and in clubs at the professional level of the game.

Football World Cup

Several countries of the world play the game of football. This is evident from the number of participating nations in the World Cup tournament that is the biggest competition of professional football of the world. It is held after every four year in different countries that is decided on several basis of selection process by the FIFA of federation for international football association.

Among some of the successful and very popular football playing nations, the names of England, Ireland, Italy, France, Portugal, Greece, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil among several others make a strong presence with famous players of international football.

Club Football

Professional clubs are there in many countries of the world. Popular among these countries are Italy and England among several others as well. There are clubs that are extremely popular both in their fan following and high performance levels in the matches that they play.

Clubs like Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, AC Milan, Barcelona and Real Madrid are extremely popular with their power packed performances as well as the presence of top level international players who enjoy a huge fan following all over the world.

Football Kits

The football uniform of every country or even the clubs enjoys a high popularity among their fans. These clubs and national football teams are extremely popular among their fans who endorse every bit of the look and appeal of their favorite clubs and players.

There are specially made football kits available through various sources like online websites of the teams and clubs or even sportswear retail stores. This is done with the idea of reaching out to their individual groups of fans and cheerleaders in a packed stadium.

There are football fans that like to dress up in the same way as their favorite teams and players. In addition, this is a great way for them to sport the same look of their choice while they sit at the stands and cheer for the teams on the ground.

Custom made Football Kits

This step forward makes the football fan feel closer to his team and even to his favorite player. There are football kits that are specially made for you if you wish to buy one. This allows you dress up with the same jersey and other gear that your favorite player is about to play with.

What is even more is that you can have your own name printed on the jersey just like another player of the team. This makes you like one of the team members with your own kit and gear.

There are special outlets where custom football kits will be available. You can check them out and be there for your team and player on date of the next match



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The Denmark national football team represents Denmark in men’s international football competition. It is controlled by the Danish Football Association (DBU), the governing body for the football clubs which are organised under DBU. Denmark’s home stadium is Parken Stadium in the Østerbro district of Copenhagen; their head coach is Kasper Hjulmand. Denmark were the winners of the Football at the 1906 Intercalated Games and silver medalists at the 1908 and 1912 Olympics. However, as amateurs who prohibited their internationals from becoming professionals at foreign clubs, Denmark did not qualify for the FIFA World Cup until 1986, although they won another Olympic silver in 1960. Denmark has remained competitive in international tournaments. Triumph in the 1992 European Championship in Sweden marked the team’s most prominent victory, defeating defending champions the Netherlands in the semi-final and Germany in the final. They also won the 1995 King Fahd Cup, defeating Argentina in the final. Their best World Cup result was achieved in 1998, where they narrowly lost 3–2 in a quarter-final against Brazil. Denmark also made the second round in 1986, 2002 and 2018.

Nickname(s): De Rød-Hvide (The Red and Whites), Danish Dynamite
Association: Dansk Boldspil-Union (DBU)
Confederation: UEFA (Europe)
Head coach: Kasper Hjulmand
Captain: Simon Kjær
Most caps: Peter Schmeichel (129)
Top scorer: Poul «Tist» Nielsen, Jon Dahl Tomasson(52)
Home stadium: Parken Stadium

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England And The World Cup – A History

1966 was a the greatest year for English football, after being selected to host the World Cup Finals and England proceeded to win the competition for the first and only time by beating West Germany 4-2 in the Final in front of 100,000 fans at Wembley Stadium.

The World Cup Final was a glorious occasion marked by a hat-trick scored by Geoff Hurst, who scored two of his goals in extra time to seal England’s victory.

English fans are passionate about football and their national team and long for the day when the team will lift the World Cup again, there have been eleven World Cups since England’s famous victory in 1966, and by the time of the next World Cup Finals in Brazil in 2014, it will have been 48 years since England won the trophy.

The 1970 World Cup saw England attempt to defend their trophy in Mexico, but lost in the Quarter Final stage in a re-match of the 1966 Final with West Germany, who this time overcame a 2-0 England lead to win 3-2 after extra time and bring an end to England’s reign as World Champions.

England failed to qualify for the 1974 finals, after being drawn with Poland and Wales in a qualifying group of three teams. England’s only victory was a 1-0 away win over Wales, but home draws and a 2-0 defeat by Poland sealed their fate, as Poland qualified for the World Cup Finals in West Germany, as the group winners.

Qualification for the 1978 finals again ended in disappointment, as England were grouped with Italy, Finland and Luxembourg, and despite only losing one qualifying game and finishing the group on level points, Italy qualified as group winners with a superior goal difference.

In 1982 the World Cup Finals were held in Spain and England now under the management of Ron Greenwood qualified for the finals for the first time since 1970. The competition was organised into two group stages, with England beating France, Czechoslovakia and Kuwait to top the group and qualify for the next group stage which saw them play Germany and Spain, in which England drew 0-0 with both teams, but as Germany beat Spain 2-1 and top the group which qualified them for the semi finals and England were eliminated, ironically having not lost a single game in the Finals.

The 1986 finals will always be remembered by England fans for one of the worlds’ greatest players and one of the most talked about goals in World Cup history. England had started the group stage poorly as they lost 1-0 to Portugal and were then held to a 0-0 draw by Morocco, however they secured their passage to the next stage with a 3-0 victory over Poland, thanks to a first-half hat-trick from Gary Lineker.

As the competition entered the knock-out stages, England were drawn against Paraguay, and an impressive 3-0 victory set up a quarter final tie with Argentina, an entertaining game turned to controversy after 51 minutes when in an aerial challenge for the ball with England goalkeeper Peter Shilton, Diego Maradona actually punched the ball into the goal to give Argentina a 1-0 lead. Amazingly the goal was given, Maradona later claiming goal was thanks to ‘the hand of God’

Three minutes later Maradona scored a brilliant goal as he ran with the ball from his own half, beating several England players and scoring to give Argentina a 2-0 lead. Gary Lineker scored a consolation goal to make the score 2-1 but Argentina held on for victory and then went onto win the competition.

Italy hosted the 1990 World Cup Finals, which was yet again to end in disappointment for England, who were grouped with the Republic of Ireland, Holland and Egypt, amazingly all the games were drawn apart from England’s 1-0 victory over Egypt which saw them top the group and progress to the next round England beat Belgium 1-0 after extra time and progressed to the quarter-finals were England faced Cameroon winning 3-2 after extra-time after Gary Lineker scored two penalties in the match.

The 1990 World Cup Semi-Final was between England and now arch rivals West Germany, after a 1-1 draw, the game was famously decided on penalties which Germany won 4-3. In the 3rd place play-off game England lost 2-1 to Italy to finish 4th, their highest placing since 1966.

In 1994 England failed to qualify for the finals in the USA, and it was 1998 that saw them reach the finals held in France, hope were high after reaching the semi-finals of Euro ’96 and winning their qualifying group. A 2-1 defeat to Romania meant second place in the group stage and a tough match against Argentina in the first knock-out stage. Penalties proved to be England’s nemesis again after the match finished 2-2, England lost 4-3 on penalties and were on their way home once more.

The 2002 competition took place in Korea and Japan and the so called ‘group of death’ with rivals Argentina, Sweden and Nigeria, England finished second in the group, but did beat Argentina 1-0 to avenge the penalty defeat in 1998. After beating Denmark 3-0 in the next round a quarter-final against Brazil resulted in a disappointing 2-1 defeat and more World Cup woes.

2006 saw England lose out on penalties yet again, this time to Portugal after a 0-0 draw in the quarter finals, by three penalties to one scored by England.

Hopes were again high for the 2010 Cup in South Africa after a good qualifying campaign, but a poor showing and a narrow 1-0 victory over Slovenia, saw them progress from the group stage, only to be beaten 4-1 by Germany in the next round, no penalties were required this time.

The long wait for England’s World Cup success continues, but each competition brings new hope for all the long suffering English fans.

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Austin Jay Jay Okocha – Africa’s Best Mid Fielder

Born on the fourteenth of august 1973 (17/08/1973), weighs between 70 to 74kg, and between 1.7m to 1.75m tall.

Okocha started his professional career with CCB Lions, from where he was transfer to Enugu Rangers. From Enugu He got a transfer to Eintracht Frankfurt in 1992/1993 season. Okocha made his first international debut for Nigeria in May 1993 against coted’ivoire in a qualifier match decided n Abidjan and He distinguished himself by scoring Nigeria’s only goal in a game Nigeria lost by two goals to one (2-1). In another world cup qualifier against Algeria in Lagos Okocha scored a text book free kick to level up Algeria who were a goal up. His great performance ensured a four one (4-1) victory over the Algerians. The way he was carried shoulder high by ecstatic fans showed that he was indeed the hero of the day.

The 1994 nation’s cup was another sterling performance for Okocha’s career has his performance enable Nigeria to lift the trophy for the second time. He was as selected as the member of the tournament best eleven (11).

Three month months later Okocha was with the Nigeria’s squad after inspiring Nigeria to her first ever world cup appearance. Although his performance was slow down by a foot injury as He could only play ninety (90) minutes against Italy and He was voted the man of the match in the game which sent Nigeria packing from the world cup that year. However these feats were enough to earn him a place at the Africa footballer of the year in 1994.

In spite of Okocha’s achievement in 1994, in December 1994, he was sacked alongside two of his club mate; Ghanaian Tony Yeboah and ex German international Maurizio Gaudino, for an accusation the coach Jupp Heynckes define as gross indiscipline and insubordination. The trio went their separate ways Tony Yeboah and Maurizio Gaudino departed for Leeds United and Manchester City of England Respectively. Okocha shifted base to Turkey with Turkish Champion fernerbache in a lucrative two year contract worth $4million.

Notably the highlight of his stay at Frankfurt was the 1993/1994 season when one of his goals was adjusted the goal of the season. The goal was vintage, Okocha, as he displaced four opponents including the goalkeeper (please don’t ask the name of the goalkeeper) over and over again, before flashing the ball to the net.

Okocha chose Fernerbache ahead of other offers from Spain, France and even Germany because of his desire to play alongside his national team colleague Uche Okechukwu, who had joined Fernerbache to a second position finish in Turkish championship.

Okocha tasted international glory again when He came in as a substitute in Nigeria one zero (1-0) win over Uzbekistan in the return leg of Afro Asia Cup, before the afro Asia cup, He featured for Nigeria in the US Cup and scored in the three two defeat (3-2) defeat by the United State. Okocha’s great exploit got a Turkish citizenship and lots of publicity in1997 for his contribution to the progress of Turkish football. Okocha won the Turkish championship in 1996/1997 season scoring 16 goals in 33 matches and getting a place at the UEFA Champions League, he finished as one of the highest goal scorer in 1995/1996 and 1996/1997 with 14 and 16 goals respectively.

Okocha enriched his international career by winning by winning Africa’s first ever Olympic Gold medal in soccer with Nigeria U-23 team in Atlanta in 1996 scoring a twice taken penalty against Mexico in the quarter finals.

Okocha’s exploit at France 98 world cup where he rattled and dazzled against Spain, Bulgaria and Denmark. Jay Jay was marked the player of true class every time he got the ball, he made thousand of spectators shift on their seat contemplating what magic he would spring next. It was no surprise that he was nominated into the team of the tournament, even though as substitute.

France 98 coordinating president and the present UEFA president Michel Platini describe Okocha as one of the few pure number 10 remaining in the world football.

PSG manager Alain Giresse got romance with Jay Jay when he started the move that resulted in Nigeria’s only goal against Bulgaria at the Parc De Princes in Paris which incidentally is PSG home ground. The match ended 1-0 in favor of Nigeria. Okocha became the French record transfer and became the most expensive Africa player in the last Millennium with $18million transfer from Fernerbache to PSG.

Okocha got married in 1997 to Nkechi, and his first child was given birth to when the world cup was going on in 1998. the name of the child he named Daniella. He also has a son.

He was the continent best player at the France 98 world cup, he became the second best in Africa in 1998 when the Africa footballer of the year award was given to Hadji Mustapha of Morocco.

Okocha featured in the Nigeria/Ghana 2000 nation’s cup, a superb player scoring two of Nigeria’s 4-2 demolishing of Algeria. Okocha was red carded in the quarter final tie against Senegal. He missed the semi final match against South Africa and was on target for Nigeria in the final against Cameroon, scoring Nigeria equalizer goal riffling home a rocket shot, the match ended 5-3 on penalties the Cameroonians won.

At the 2002 nations cup Okocha passes and skills must not be written off as it posses threat to the opponent although he was denied of goal, his passes and skills were felt in the matches.

With the departure and dismissal of Super Eagles key players, another team was constituted, and Jay Jay Okocha was entrusted with the captainship role. Okocha captained Nigeria to the Korea Japan 2002 world cup, although it became Nigeria’s worse world when Nigeria was grouped alongside Argentina, England, and Sweden. Nigeria finished at the bottom of the table in the group but Jay Jay Okocha’s experience and skills earn him a move to Bolton Wanderers of England.

Okocha haven mentored players like Ronaldinho, and Everton Play maker Mikel Arteta at PSG, helped Bolton from relegation contender to UEFA cup contender. He was given the captainship responsibilities after his superb first season at Bolton.

Okocha was in the premier league best five in his second season at Bolton. Players like Sorensen of Aston Villa Ray Palour and Dennis Bergkamp of Arsenal will not forget for hia free kick and great skill. He help Bolton to her first Carling cup final and to the sixth position for the first time in decades.

His performance was superb as he led Nigeria to the Tunisia 2004, scoring the CAF nations cup 1000th goal in a 4-0 demolishing of South Africa. He drive home spectacular free kicks that ensure Nigeria qualify ahead of Cameroon in the quarter final. He was nominated for the Africa footballer of the year in 2004. He was the second best player in Africa on two occasion consecutively-2004 and 2005 respectively. He was the BBC Africa footballer of the year in 2004 and 2005 respectively.

Okocha was released from Bolton alongside Fadiga, N’Gotty and Matt Jensen. He decided to move to a Qatar on a lucrative one year contract half of what Tranbzonspor had offered him. He decided to move to Qatar ahead of Wigan, Reading and Everton.

Okocha came back to England as he was signed by a lower division who are now doing well in the premier league (Hull City). Although injury has been a major set back for Jay Jay, he was with the Hull City side defeated by Chelsea in the Carling Cup. Hull City remained the only club Okocha did not score. Hull city promoted to the premier league last season. He inspired Hull City to their promotion to the premier league and left the club after their promotion. With the departure of Okocha from the national team it will be difficult to find a replacement to fill that big shoe of Okocha. Although young players like Lukman Haruna and Rabiu Ibrahim are showing great class, demonstration and the potential to be the next Super Eagles play maker. It took eight Years to find a replacement for Green Eagles Mudashiru Lawal. Osaro Obaifo, John ENE Okon, Friday Ekpo could not replace Lawal on till the arrival of Austin Okocha. How long will it take to find a replacement for this great player called Okocha who bow out of football as a player on June 27, 2008 said Waidi Akanmu?


(17 May 2000) Natural Sound

An English football fan was stabbed in Copenhagen during running battles between fans of Galatasaray and Arsenal, less than 24 hours before the two football clubs meet in the UEFA Cup final.

Bottles and glasses were thrown and traffic stopped as fans chased each other around the streets of the historic Danish capital.

There were injuries and arrests as the situation escalated out of control after Turkish fans had repeatedly attacked bars with a British or Irish connection.

A mob of Arsenal supporters led resistance to the Turkish attacks and chaos erupted around the Radhuspladsen square.

An English fan was stabbed in the confusion.

The man – thought to be in his late 20s or early 30s – was attacked outside a pub in the busy square.

It was not known whether a knife or bottle was used but the injured man slumped to the ground as rival fans fought a running battle.

When a lull developed in the fighting he received extensive treatment on the road in a main thoroughfare leading off the square.

Concerned Arsenal fans knelt on the ground around him as an ambulance came to take him away.

The trouble had begun late in the evening when a mob surrounded a disco bar called the Absalom in a side-street leading off the square.

Riot police moved in quickly, trapping the Arsenal fans in the bar and driving back the Turks.

Their aggression then switched to the other side of the large square as they attacked a bar called the Scottish Pub, and one fan hurled a glass at its doors as police again quickly intervened.

There followed a further attack on the Absalom, and with the situation still unresolved a gang of 40 Arsenal fans advanced towards their Turkish rivals and a confrontation quickly broke out.

The fans chased each other across the centre of the square and an attack broke out on a bar and restaurant called Rosie McGee’s.

All hell broke loose as missiles of all kinds were thrown by Turks at the bar and returned by the English who had rushed to its doors.

Bottles, glasses and bicycles flew through the night air as the battle raged.

Again police were quickly on the scene, and officers in full riot gear interposed themselves between the warring factions and officers with dogs finally brought the fighting to an end.

It was then that the injury to the Arsenal fan became apparent and concern grew over how serious it might be.

Police in Copenhagen said that, so far, they knew of six or seven arrests and five or six people taken to hospital but they could give no breakdown by nationality.

The clashes came a month after two Leeds United fans were stabbed to death in Istanbul last month on the eve of the first-leg of the semi-final with Galatasaray.

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Will American Soccer Players Be Heading to Europe This Winter?

Major League Soccer (MLS) is on its winter-break, having just concluded a successful season that saw the introduction of the Seattle Sounders and the cup won by Real Salt Lake. With the MLS season over, American soccer fans turn their full attention to Europe. With less than two weeks until the European January transfer window, the rumor mill is strangely quiet – at least as it concerns Americans.

Landon Donovan signed a four-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Galaxy and promptly agreed to a short-term loan to Everton of the Barclay’s Premier League. The reigning MLS Most Valuable Player and U.S. Men’s National Team captain will join Tim Howard and the Toffees for a brief spell before returning for the start of the 2010 MLS season.

The Evening Times of Scotland reported this week that MLS Commissioner Don Garber held talks with Stuart Holden to convince the Houston Dynamo midfielder to stay in exchange for a major salary bump – ten times more than his 2009 paycheck. Holden is rumored to be a target of Rangers, a squad that includes Americans Maurice Edu and DaMarcus Beasley. New reports have linked Holden with Blackburn Rovers, though neither side has confirmed this speculation.

Real Salt Lake is arguably the most vulnerable MLS team in the January window, with Robbie Findley and Kyle Beckerman at the center of transfer speculation. In a recent interview with RSL General Manager Garth Lagerway, SoccerHype reported that retaining the services of Findley and Beckerman was a top priority in the off-season. Few suitors, if any, have been named, but it is no secret that both attracted interest from abroad with their playoff form. It is known that RSL will lose Yura Movsisyan, who will join Randers FC of the Danish first division. Randers has struggled this season and currently sits 14 points below the relegation line.

As some players move abroad, a few might return as well. Danny Califf has left Danish club FC Midtjylland to join the Philadelphia Union in its inaugural season in MLS. The twenty-nine year-old spent more than three years in the Danish first division. Califf, currently undergoing a buyout of his contract with Danish club FC Midtjylland, would become eligible during the next transfer window in January.

Finally, Eddie Johnson, the once promising striker who has failed to make an impression at Fulham and on loan to Cardiff City, might be coming home. Johnson’s limited play has been lackluster and sources indicate the twenty-five year-old is keen on returning to MLS where he might revive his career.

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