Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Cristiano Ronaldo's girl friend Irina Shayk hotest photoes for New Year Celebration !!!

The Russian beauty,who is dating Real Madrid forward striker & hottest player of season for the past 4 years, give her hot pose pose in a  leather bra, for Love Magazine's advent calendar by stripping her lingerie also watcher by many in CCTV footage.

The 28 year old Supermodel New Year's Day special , which runs from December 26  to 1st january countdown celebration to give her hottest picture was offered .

Irina Shayk had spent her Christmas with Cristiano, who recently tweeted a picture of the model and his family, writing "Merry Christmas, everyone May your Christmas be magic and your dreams come true"

Sunday, 28 December 2014

Luke Shaw of Manchester United rented £3.85m home from Cristiano Ronaldo..

Luke Shaw joined Manchester United in the summer in a £27m move from Southampton and has been living in the £3.85m home formerly occupied by Ronaldo.

The house, which is behind a gated entrance in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, is understood to have a steam room, jacuzzi, indoor swimming pool,its own gym and wine store area.
Ronaldo tried to sell the home after his switch to Real Madrid in 2009 but after being unable to find a buyer, instead opted to rent it out and now finds a Manchester United player occupying it.

Luke Shaw commented about  Ronaldo house which he rented:
“It’s a stunning house. Luke absolutely loves it and especially the fact it’s owned by Ronaldo, one of his football heroes.
Other United stars live close by and it is handy for the Old Trafford ground.

Shaw has made just seven appearances since joining Manchester United and has been out injured since United's 2-1 win over Arsenal in November.

Friday, 26 December 2014

Cristiano Ronaldo Ranked No.1 Footballer of year 2014....

The Guardian reportedly revealed it's top 100 footballers' list in the world 2014 in its entirety and the battle for the top spot was once again between Ronaldo and Messi.
It turned in Ronaldo's favour as 74 per cent of 73 judges drawn from 28 countries, which included Hernan Crespo, Didi Hamann, Slaven Bilic and Gilberto Silva among the expert panel, voted for the Real Madrid star.

Ronaldo emerged as the No 1 footballer of the world being the single dominant figure, a phenomenal influence in the world's champion club team, with 56 goals in 51 matches overall, along with league title, Champions League and Club World Club medals for Real Madrid.
In 2012 Messi was the No 1 pick by a 100 per cent monopoly vote and last year the Argentine won the top spot by a 60 per cent majority.

However, this year the Barcelona forward got just 12 per cent of the vote, despite continuing to perform miracles of incision in La Liga and being enthroned as player of the 2014 World Cup finals.

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Monday, 22 December 2014

Ronaldo unveiling the statue in Madeira in his honour !! Great ...

Portugal football team captain Cristiano Ronaldo returned to his hometown Funchal in Madeira on Sunday in order to attend the unveiling of a statue that has been sculpted in his honour.

Ronaldo the World Player of the Year travelled back home to the Portuguese island from Marrakech where he helped Real Madrid lift the Club World Cup, their fourth trophy, on Saturday.
An emotional Ronaldo, who was joined by family members and thousands of fans at the ceremony, said that this is a very special moment, to have a statue of himself, Local media reported.
Ronaldo's mother Dolores Aveiro said that her son has never forgotten his origins.

As per report ..The 3.4-metre tall statue forms part of Ronaldo's personal museum on the island housing his haul of trophies including his two Ballon d'Or titles, with a third one possibly on its way as the Real Madrid star is favourite to win the FIFA award again. 

Saturday, 20 December 2014

Indian Super League trophy : Atletico de Kolkata Win the 1st ever ISL tital

Indian Super League trophy go to the traditional and most passionate home of Indian football as Atletico de Kolkata edged past Kerala Blasters 1-0 in the final in Navi Mumbai, bringing the curtains down on what proved to be a successful inaugural event.

Mohammad Rafique scored the most-important goal in the dying minutes to help Atletico de Kolkata emerge triumphant at the DY Patil Stadium. It was an exciting finish to the new league as the two teams battled it out for 90 minutes before Rafique found the target in the fourth minute of added time.
Just when it looked like the match would enter into extra time, substitute Rafique drove a header home in the last minute of the stoppage time off a corner kick by Jakub Podany.
Rafique, who came on in the 74th minute, slotted it to the left bottom corner leaving Sushanth Matthew, Sandesh Jhingan and Kerala goalkeeper David James shocked.
Former Newcastle United striker Michael Chopra and Iain Hume played well to enter the box but Josemi cleared the ball with a tackle to deny them an opportunity to go one up. It clearly wasn't Chopra's night. He missed a sitter in the 83rd minute after doing all the requisite hard work.
Collecting the ball from Hume, he took a couple of touches to edge past the defenders, but Bete dived to the left to pull off another stunning save.
 Atletico de Kolkata skipper Luis Garcia started on the bench and Spanish forward Arnal Llibert was drafted in his place in the starting 11.
The winners became richer by Rs 8 crore, while the runners-up pocketed Rs 4 crore. League toppers Chennaiyin FC and FC Goa, the two semi-finalists, received a cash prize of Rs 1.5 crore each.
The Hero of the League award went to Blasters' Hume, while the Golden Boot was won by Chennaiyin FC's Brazilian recruit Elano Blumer. Sandesh Jinghan was named Emerging Player of the League while scorer of the title clash, Rafique was declared Hero of the Match.
Both the team owners, Sourav Ganguly (Atletico de Kolkata) and Sachin Tendulkar(Kerala Blasters), came to cheer their teams along with spinner Harbhajan Singh and tennis veteran Leander Paes.
The first edition of the eight-team tournament with celebrity owners and a sprinkling of high-profile players proved quite a hit in an otherwise cricket-crazy country.

Friday, 19 December 2014

Cristiano Ronaldo allegation on her girl friend Irina Shayk... Lets find out !!

Portugal captain Ronaldo, who launched his range of underwear in October 2013, was posing alongside his girlfriend for a photoshoot.

Cristiano Ronaldo the Madrid striker and reigning FIFA Ballon d’Or winner, Cristiano Ronaldo revealed his girlfriend Irina Shayk has an obsession with his boxers which is a coincidence given that he has his own line called CR7, and takes them all the time.
Ronaldo was named BBC Sport’s Personality of the Year but it was the star soccer’s relationship with super model girlfriend that everyone wanted to discuss. During a photo shoot for Vogue magazine, Ronaldo was asked, 'What item in your wardrobe does your girlfriend steal’?
“She steals my boxers all the time. & She wasn’t in the house and I opened her wardrobe and there were many CR7 boxers. It is funny,” said ronaldo.

Not sure if the Portuguese star was promoting his underwear brand or if Shayk really has an obsession with men’s under garments.

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Manchester United Captain Wayne Rooney thinks They can win the Premier League title this year !!!

ManchesterUnited can challenge for the league title after recovering from their worst start to a Premier League season and rediscovering the art of winning ugly, according to their captain Wayne Rooney.

The Wayne Rooney scored as United beat bitter rivals Liverpool 3-0 at Old Trafford on Sunday to make it six consecutive league victories.
The 20-times English champions are third in the table with 31 points from 16 games, eight adrift of leaders Chelsea, after new manager Louis van Gaal led United to their worst start to a season in the Premier League.
Rooney thinks the team's recent run, in which they have carved out victories at Arsenal and Southampton despite being outplayed for long periods, is reminiscent of the squad that were crowned champions two years ago. We have to believe we can win the title, he said. We are eight points behind and coming into a busy period. If we can win our games and the others have one bad result, then there is nothing there. We have to keep winning our games, hopefully get back to the top, and you never know. We won the league two years ago and we weren't great in a lot of those games but we got the results. We have shown a great resilience this season. Some of the games haven't gone the way we would like but we are winning them and that is a great quality to have.
 Rooney pointed to the experience of Dutch manager Van Gaal in helping United reverse their fortunes and said the former Netherlands boss has "an aura" that gives confidence to the team.

Rooney said. "When things weren't going great for us earlier on in the season, he knew what he was doing, he knew the form would come back and that we would win games, There was no panic. He stayed calm because he has been through it all before." 

Saturday, 13 December 2014

Cristiano Ronaldo Struck Twice in the last 10 minutes against Almeria......

Real Madrid beat Almeria 4-1. Cristiano Ronaldo struck twice in the last 10 minutes to take his league tally to 25 after first-half goals from Isco and Gareth Bale had seen the visitors go in 2-1 ahead at halftime.

Cristiano Ronaldo had been left frustrated for most of the night but he burst into life late on when he knocked in a Karim Benzema cut back from close range before putting away an Isco pass from the centre of the penalty area to wrap up the victory.
Real lead the standings with 39 points from 15 games, five points more than Barcelona who visit Getafe on Saturday.

The European champions travel to Morocco next week for the Club World Cup with two more wins than the previous best which was Barca's 18 victories from October 2005 to January 2006.

Real coach Carlo Ancelotti told reporters “Almeria caused problems for us throughout the game but in the end our quality showed through and we deserved the win”. “We found it difficult to keep possession as we lacked the necessary composure on the ball and Almeria worked hard. “We are now in good form and there are a lot of positive signs ahead of the Club World Cup.”

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Friday, 12 December 2014

Learn How to play Football ...or Soccer

Football also known as soccer is the most-played sport in the world, with over 200 million players in about 200 countries. Now, it is referred to as "the beautiful game" because of its dazzling degrees of technical skill, team play, and individual contribution. If you're serious about playing soccer, know that you're going to have to train harder, longer, and faster than your opponents, and always have a ball on hand. (Maybe you'll sleep with a ball instead of a pillow.) So what are you waiting for? Read this article and you will learn how to play this wonderful sport.

Learn how to dribble, Dribbling is controlling the ball while running. If you want to keep the ball in your team's possession, you're going to need to dribble well. Dribbling is all about touching the ball strong enough to carry it forward, but light enough so that it stays by your side — and away from opponents.
        You can dribble with the inside of your shoe, above the toe and even with the outside of the shoe. The safest way to dribble is probably with the inside of your shoe, but in different situations, you'll have to use different parts of the shoe.
·         Learn to dribble at different speeds. When you're running down the sideline and you've beaten your man, your dribbling will look a lot different from when you're taking on a defender head on.
·         When you're dribbling slower, you usually keep the ball close to your side at all times. This way a defender has to make a move to take the ball away.

Learnhow to pass, Passing is all about putting the ball exactly where you want it. In order to pass a soccer ball, kick the ball using the inside of your foot. This will give you less power but more accuracy. Once you master the basic pass, you can then try to slice and hook the ball in order to pass it to one of your teammates.
·         Pay attention to where your planter foot is placed. Your planter foot should be right next to the ball, your toe pointed in the direction you want the ball to travel.
Know how to shoot, If you're really close to the goal and all you need is accuracy, you can shoot using the sweet spot of the inside of your shoe, like a pass, but usually, you're going to be farther away and will need power as well as accuracy,of course.
·         Set your planter foot and aim the toe of the planter foot to where you want the shot to travel and always have a slight look at the target before you shoot.
·         Hit the ball on the middle laces of your shoe, with your foot pointed down at the ground. Keep your foot pointed down at the ground as you follow through. Use your hips to swing through the ball. Bring your foot across your body if necessary to generate even more power. This should cause both feet to lift from the ground.

Think about moving off the ball, Some estimates say that professional soccer players run 6 to 8 miles during a 90 minute game. That's a lot of running. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that a lot of the running you'll be doing is when you don't have the ball. Learn how to get into open space, how to run to where to your teammate expects or wants you to be, and how to run past a defender who's guarding you.

Learn how to defend, Defending the goal is an underrated
achievement. It can be extremely difficult staying on your man or getting the ball away from your man. There are three basic things that you need to remember when guarding a player in soccer:
·         Don't be fooled by feints, tricks, or jukes: keep your eye on the ball. A good soccer player will try to juke or feint with their body in order to get past you. They're hoping that what they do with their body will distract you from what they're going to do with the ball. Don't let this happen. Keep your eyes on the ball at all times, not on the player.

Getcomfortable heading the ball, Try hitting the ball with your head right where your hair meets your forehead. Do not use the top of your head! When getting ready to head the ball, don't lift your head back; move your upper torso back instead. This will give you more power and won't strain your neck as much.

Learn how to juggle , Juggling is very hard to master but an important part of the game. Truth be told, you won't need to juggle very often in a game, but knowing how to juggle does several things:
·         It helps you control a ball that's coming at you from the air. Not all passes are on the ground. The ones that aren't will need to be intercepted and controlled by some form of juggling.
·         Juggling helps improve your touch on the ball. If you know how to juggle your touch on the ball becomes a lot more sensitive. Your first touch on the ball is extremely important in soccer.
·         Juggling will help you use both feet better. Learning how to juggle is an exercise is using your non-dominant foot better. The best soccer players in the world can use both feet as dominant feet.

Learnhow to use your non-dominant foot, It's really important to be able to dribble, pass, and shoot the ball with your non-dominant foot. Good defenders will take away your dominant foot and force you to play with your non-dominant foot. If you can't use your non-dominant foot, you'll be playing with a handicap.
·         Practice only using your non-dominant foot during practice or when you shoot or juggle by yourself. Accustoming your body to the muscle memory is an important part of being fluent in your non-dominant foot.

send corner kicks right in the middle of the penalty area, usually up in the air so that a teammate can head the ball in. Free kicks can either be taken quickly and simply passes to a nearby teammate, or you can organize a "set play" where you kick the ball in a certain area while your teammates execute a play.

Be original and spontaneous with your playing style. Try to develop your own playing style, one that suits you. Are you a tricky player who relies on juking out other players? Are you fast enough to beat everyone with sheer speed? Are you great at using your body and power to blast goals? Are you expert at keeping opponents from getting off shots? Find out what kind of player you are, set goals for yourself on how you can become a more rounded player, and remember to have fun. Soccer isn't the most popular sport in the world for no reason.