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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Denmark Fans and the Team Celebrate Together after Reaching the Knockout Stage at the EUROS 2021



Denmark Fans and the Team Celebrate Together after Reaching the Knockout Stage at the EUROS 2021

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Denmark drive-in football matches attracts crowds



Football has returned to Denmark, but behind closed doors.
One club has found a creative solution to help fans enjoy the action.
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5 Clubs/Bars to Check Out When in Copenhagen

Today I will give you guys the hidden gems of Copenhagen. Cool bars and places that I recommend checking out. Who knows, you might even bump into me there!

1. Meat-town

Meat-town aka. Kodbyen is by day the places for commodity shopping for restaurants or other food related businesses. By night it’s a social hot spot for downtown Copenhagen. There are several cool venues worth checking out in Meat-town such as Karriere bar, or Jolenes for a more hippy approach. It’s a much older crowd ranging from 25-30, the bar prices are average to high and the music seems to be well thought out, compared to other places you might stumble upon in Copenhagen.If you like an older crowd and a different experience then your typical nightclubs, then Meat-town isn’t a bad place to check out.

address:

Kodbyen

Halmtorvet 9-29

1700 Kobenhavn V

Open hours: 10pm – 5am

2. Heidi’s Bier Bar

Heidi’s bier bar has 2 floors. Both floors has a fussball table, they offer a huge range of different beers, so if you’re a beer enthusiast you’ll like this place. The crowd is older, ranging from 24-28 and they have a dancefloor that it quite small but doable. It’s a dim lighted place and the barmaids are all neatly dressed in a german maid outfits. There’s no entrance fee but there is a wardrobe fee of 20kr. I usually just sneak in and drop my jacket at a table with a friend, I’m cheap.

address:

Heidi’s Bier Bar

Vestergade 18

1456 Kobenhavn K

3. Karel

Fullname Karel Van Mander is a night club situated right next to the big Magasin Shopping Center and can be reached by the walking street or from Kongs Nytorv Metro st. Karel boost an awesome looking club with exquisite interior design and probably has the hottest girls in town, scrambling around in the venue. They have an outdoor area which is perfect for the summer time and a good sized dance floor in the middle. The music is mostly house and dance tunes with a mix of popular songs from current times. The age group ranges from 18-25. However the age requirements changes from Thursdays to Saturdays. The bar prices are sadly really high, but if you got money to blow, then you won’t look better doing it anywhere, than here. Karel can boost that they attract the most hottest girls in Copenhagen, so if you’re looking to hook up with a nice little turbo, then look no further than here. There are an abundance of turbos here. The entrance price is around 100dkk, but free wardrobe.

address:

Karel van Mander

Lille Kongensgade 16

1074 Kobenhavn K

open hours: 10pm-5am

4. Happy Pig

The Happy pig is situated near skindergade. It has a pretty young crowd from 21-25. It has 2dance floors on the top floor and also a live band area down stairs, where they regularly play live music. The bar prices are actually quite low and people are generally quite friendly. There’s a 20dkk wardrobe fee and it ain’t optional. They broadcast football games, when there are big matches, so you might want to check that out, if you’re football interested.

address:

Den Glade Gris

Lille Kannikestraede 3

1170 Kobenhavn K

opening hours: 9pm-5am

5. Francis Pony

Francis Pony is a student bar, but that doesn’t mean it’s slacking in terms of style. It has a young but mature crowd usually ranging from 22-24 and most of them are business students or anything equal to that. The bar prices are average to high and it has 2 floors. There’s no actual dance floor, which would be impossible since the place is pretty packed in the weekends. If you’re a student then it’s a great place to go and socialize. Free entrance and optional wardrobe. Beverage prices are a bit expensive so it’s not the best place to warm up.

Address:

Francis Pony

Klosterstraede 23

1157 Kobenhavn K

Open hours: 9pm-5am

Top 20 Biggest football stadiums in Denmark 2021



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How to Do the Marseille Turn

The Marseille Turn is a beautiful 360 soccer turn trick, unique to the game of soccer, which involves the player spinning 360 degrees on the field while trying to avoid an opponent and retaining control of the ball.

The trick is sometimes referred to as the Zidane Spin or the 360 turn. The trick was popularized by Diego Maradona and perfected by Zinadine Zidane, although it has been used by many other soccer players including Cristiano Ronaldo, Michael Laudrup, Franck Ribry, Lionel Messi, and Ronaldinho.

The Marseille Turn is the most effective when the opposing player is approaching head on first or from the side of the trick performers master foot.

Before starting to practice this move, you will either need another player or a box on the ground to simulate another player. This will help you visualize the trick easier, than trying to practice against thin air.

Step 1: Push the ball in front of you, about one step in front of you.

Step 2: Try to lure your opponent to go after the ball.

Step 3: When the ball is just outside your opponent’s reach, you stop it by putting your left foot on the ball.

Step 4: Pull the ball backward and turn your body 90 degrees to the right simultaneously.

Step 5: You should receive the ball with your right foot and your back to your opponent. Place your right foot on the ball and continue your rotation to the right.

Step 6: Place you right foot over the ball and slide it past your opponent.

Heroic Denmark team land back in Copenhagen after semi-final loss | EURO 2020



The Denmark squad returned to Copenhagen following their 2-1 loss to England in the Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley Stadium.

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APTN’s camera crew was caught in the middle of the violence between rival fans from England and Turkey.

A Turkish camerman was injured.

Helmeted riot police struggled to control the situation around outdoor restaurants near the landmark amusement park.

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International Shipping to Nigeria – Learn Important Customs Rules and Regulations for Sea Shipping

Nigeria, or the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is made up of 36 different states, along with Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory. Situated on the Western coast of Africa, Nigeria borders Chad, Cameroon, Niger and the Republic of Benin. The country’s biggest city is Lagos with a population of around 8 million, followed by Kano and Ibadan.

If you are planning on shipping to Nigeria, there are a number of different shipping ports in the country. Nigerian coastal waterways include the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Guinea. Some of the shipping ports in Nigeria include the Port of Apapa, the Port Harcourt, Port of Onne, Port of Pennington and the Port of Calabar.

If you need international shipping to Nigeria, there are some important documents you should have in order. You will need the following before international shipping to Nigeria:

  • Passport (original)
  • Visa
  • Work Permit (if applicable)
  • Residence Permit
  • Certificate of Residence Change
  • Customs and Excise Unaccompanied Baggage Declaration
  • Form Sale 48
  • Shipping Inventory (in English)
  • PUBD Form must be completed after customer arrives in Nigeria
  • Letter authorizing Destination Agent to clear shipment

When shipping to Nigeria, your cargo will be inspected during the customs clearance process. You should plan to be present for customs clearance if you are shipping to Nigeria. In addition, you will need to obtain a personal bank account while in Nigeria in order to apply for required Form «M».

Duty Free Shipping and Shipping to Nigeria

When shipping to Nigeria, it is helpful to note that used personal items and household goods generally qualify for duty-free shipping to Nigeria.

In order to qualify for duty free shipping to Nigeria, your items should be used and you must have owned them for at least 6 months prior to shipment. In addition, the items must be for your personal use and not for resale.

If you are Nigerian citizen returning to the country and you would like to qualify for duty-free shipping to Nigeria, you must have been abroad outside of the country for at least nine months.

It is also important that your shipment to Nigeria arrive within two months of your own arrival in the country.

Dutiable and Restricted Items when Shipping to Nigeria

Please note that you are required to pay various fees in order to ship certain items to Nigeria. You can ship alcohol and tobacco products to Nigeria without an import permit if they are included as part of your household goods shipment. These items must be in a reasonable quantity for personal use. In addition, you will be expected to pay import duties on any alcohol and tobacco products.

You are also allowed to ship appliances to Nigeria but you are limited in quantity. You can ship one of each type of appliance to Nigeria.

Other items that are restricted or require specific import duties when shipping to Nigeria include the following:

  • Perfume
  • Jewelry
  • Any films, videotapes, video discs, compact discs, publications, audio tapes and gramophone records
  • Computers

Prohibited Items when Shipping to Nigeria

If you are shipping to Nigeria, there is a lengthy list of items that are prohibited from entering the country. You are not allowed to ship the following to Nigeria:

  • Air pistols
  • Airmail photographic printing paper
  • Counterfeit money of any type
  • Beads composed of inflammable celluloid or other similar substances
  • Blank invoices
  • Cars that are eight years or older
  • Coupons for foreign football pools or other betting arrangements
  • Cowries
  • Exhausted tea or tea mixed with other substances. For the purposes of this item, «exhausted tea» means tea which has been deprived of its proper quality, strength or virtue by steeping, infusion or other means.
  • Implements appertaining to the reloading of cartridges
  • Prints considered indecent or obscene, or other items including paintings, books, cards, engravings or articles of any type deemed indecent
  • Manilas
  • Matches made with white phosphorous
  • Materials of nay description with a design which, considering the purpose for which any such material is intended to be used, is likely in the opinion of the President to create a breach of the peace or to offend the religious views of any class of persons in Nigeria.
  • Meat, vegetables or other provisions declared by a Nigerian health officer to be unfit for human consumption
  • Piece goods and all other textiles including wearing apparel. Hardware of all kinds crockery and china or earthenware goods bearing inscriptions (whether in Roman or Arabic characters) from the Koran or from the traditions and commentaries on the Koran
  • Pistols disguised in any form
  • Second-hand clothing
  • Silver or metal alloy coins not being legal tender in Nigeria

Car Shipping and RO – RO Shipping to Nigeria

If you are interested in shipping a vehicle to Nigeria, it must be for your own personal use and not for resale or disposal purposes.

You are not allowed to ship vehicles eight years or older to Nigeria. You are also expected to pay duty fees when shipping a vehicle to Nigeria.

Documents required for car shipping to Nigeria include the following:

  • Proof of vehicle ownership
  • Vehicle Registration Certificate or Original Vehicle Logbook
  • Car Insurance papers
  • Passport (original)
  • Invoice of purchase
  • Certificate of Road Worthiness (if you are shipping a used vehicle)
  • Make, Model and Serial Number of your vehicle

Bringing a Pet to Nigeria

If you are moving overseas to Nigeria or returning to the country after having been away for a while, and are interested in bringing a pet with you, there are some rules you should know in advance.

You are not allowed to bring birds from the parrot family to Nigeria. You should have a Certificate of Good Health for your pet. You will also need inoculation documentation and an Import Permit to bring your pet to Nigeria.

You should expect a quarantine period when bringing a pet to Nigeria.

A qualified sea shipping company can inform you about important customs rules and regulations if you are shipping to Nigeria or some other destination world wide. Working with an experienced sea shipping agency will make your experience with international shipping to Nigeria much easier.

Euro 2021: Dolberg scores 2, Denmark beats Wales 4-0



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