FIFA World Cup 2010 – Durban – South Africa

March 14th, 2015

Movie Ranking: five / 5

Australian football made Great Progress

March 11th, 2015

Australian football has made substantial progress, especially during the transitional period after the retirement of top names like Tim Cahill, and the football Federation has awarded its chief executive with an extension until the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

David Gallop was brought in as the chief executive of the Australian football Federation just under three years ago. During this period, Australia has made several progress including featuring of the recent World Cup 2014 and winning the latest edition of the Asian cup. Chairman Frank Lowy says that the work done by Gallop deserves recognition and this contract fits into that category.

Even though Australia qualified for the World Cup 2014 finals, they did not exactly cover themselves in glory after being knocked out of the group stages. Admittedly, Australia faced a difficult chance to even get into the knockout stages since they were in the same group as two former world champions. Gallop was someone new to football when he was first appointed as the chief executive of the Australian FA. Prior to this role, he was involved with the National Rugby league. Despite this, Lowy says that the way in which Gallop accustomed himself to the new environment was deserving praise in itself. Read the rest of this entry »

Netherlands vs Argentina (2-4) Full Penalty Shootout FIFA World Cup 2014

February 13th, 2015

Movie Score: four / five

2010 FIFA World Cup Soccer (on Wii =p ) | GamersCast

January 16th, 2015

Video Rating: 4 / 5

Louis van Gaal contains numerous Dangerous Player in his Team

January 14th, 2015

Louis van Gaal has a plethora of attacking players at his disposal which includes: Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie, RadamelFalcao, Juan Mata and Angel di Maria. Having all of these brilliant performers is certainly a huge advantage for Louis van Gaal and Manchester United in their journey of securing a top spot in the Premier League and lifting a major a title.

Even with all of the advantages that this may bring, it also has a series of consequences which aren’t so beneficial and one of the negative things that it brings forth is not giving other players a real chance on stepping up and get playing time in the main team and Javier Hernandez is now being rumored to be leaving Manchester United during the summer. Read the rest of this entry »