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  • Argentine Team To The World Cup
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    Diego Maradona: One of Soccer's Greatest Players " Every morning that I get up, I should light a candle to the soccer ball. ' ; -Diego Maradona Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, and one of the most popular soccer player's in the world is Diego Maradona, star of the Argentina national team and a professional who has led his team to many championships in Argentina, Italy, and Spain. During the 1986 World Cup tournament, won by Argentina, Maradona gave what was perhaps the greatest per...
  • Team And Pel
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    Athletic Genius, Soccer Legend, Master of Offense, Pel. All are names for Edson Arantes do Nascimento, undoubtedly one of the greatest soccer players of all time. This report is to inform you about the things Pel accomplished throughout his life and career, and also about what he did that effected the world so much. Pel was born on October 23rd, 1940, in the Brazilian town of Tres Coracles, which means Three Hearts. Pel was the first child to Dondinho and Celeste. Dondinho, his father, was a pro...
  • Forward On Their Junior Varsity Team
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    I was asked to think back about something memorable and to write an essay about a life's lesson learned. In high school, soccer was very important to me. It was my favorite sport. My freshman year I decided to pick and focus on only one of the many sports I had played in the passed. I came to the conclusion that I should play soccer considering it was one I was strongest at. I also enjoyed soccer more than the other sports I had played because it was a tough sport, which was a challenge to me. D...
  • New Australian Soccer Team
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    Ethnicity and Soccer: The effect of non-English speaking immigrants on the establishment of soccer in Canberra in the 1950's and 1960's. Nick GuothAbstract: Soccer in Canberra as a sport had died prior to the war. The advent of Australia's new immigration policy after 1945 saw a solid influx, over the next two decades, of non-English speaking Europeans to Australia and through their input they assisted in the re-emergence of soccer as a main sport in the region. From the Baltic states to the Sou...
  • Media Impact On Soccer Hooliganism
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    Soccer Hooliganism The problem of soccer hooliganism has its roots deep in social development and is associated with aggression and maturation rituals. Furthermore, the media has negatively impacted the problem by publicizing, and exaggerating hooligan activities. Although the exact definition of hooliganism is rather open-ended, it can be characterized as violence toward opposing fans, players, and refs or destruction of objects inside or around the stadium. Violent incidents that occur followi...
  • Geraldo's Team Vs His Old Team
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    The book "come back gizmo" I have recently read, is an adventure comedy book. The setting is in a small ordinary town, and ordinary characters with a normal life. The main characters in the book were Jimmy, Biscut which is the dog and the Mum and Dad. The characters develop; Jimmy and Biscut build a stronger relationship together. Jimmy learns that looks aren't everything. The story is about a boy and a dog, when the dog got pitched up by the pound and was retired home. The pound man gave him a ...
  • Summer For College
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    After graduation I plan on immediately going to work at AK in Middletown until school starts in the fall. This fall I will be attending Cedarville University where I plan to study Mechanical Engineering. In Cedarville I will be active in intramural sports, weight training, and hopefully varsity soccer. I plan on working hard and wish to obtain an internship for the summer of 2004. After I receive my degree I will look for a job in my field that is close to Middletown, and would one day like to r...
  • English Premier League Soccer
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    Major Project "C Performance of Professional European Soccer Clubs The English Premier League, England!'s professional soccer league has long been considered one of the most difficult, lucrative, competitive and most loved soccer leagues in the world. So much is this fact that many people associate soccer immediately with England or one of its smaller teams. Sometimes even individual players such as David Beckham or Thierry Henry symbolism the game in England. Even if now the season has ended fo...
  • Alot Of Major League Soccer Teams
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    The 4-4-2 formation is the most dominant formation in worldwide soccer as of today. It uses four defense (sweeper, stopper, left and right), four midfield (left and right center, left and right wing), and two forwards (left and right). It is successful. Alot of major league soccer teams use this formation and do well with it. One example of a soccer team that uses this formation is the Colorado Rapids. Soccer is a sport for the elite. It can be very difficult and requires a player to think of st...
  • Intercollegiate Soccer Program
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    Gabrielle Smart is entering her second season at the head of the Utah Valley State College women's soccer program. Smart took on the program in it's first year of sanctioned intercollegiate play last fall. She is a B-license United States Soccer Federation coach, and has measurable coaching and playing experience. Smart is a former BYU soccer player. She graduated from La Serna High School in Whittier, California, in 1994. She was All-State on a Whittier team that finished second in the state he...

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