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The only 1930 WC survivor celebrates 100th birthday

 

The former Argentinian player Francisco Varallo, the only survivor from the first World Cup finals in 1930, turned 100 last Friday. Varallo was the youngest member of Argentina’s squad that got beaten 4-2 by Uruguay in the decisive match at the Centenario stadium in Montevideo.

 

Varallo, called “Canoncito” (Little Cannon) was born on February 5th of 1910 in La Plata, 50 km south of Buenos Aires, and until recently held the Togel Hongkong scoring record for Boca Juniors with 194 goals, until overtaken by Martin Palermo last year. With Boca, Varallo played for nine seasons winning three championships and five top-scoring titles.

 

“I remember that final match quite well. It was a tough game in which the Uruguayans overwhelmed us. We went 2-1 up, but ended up losing 2-4. We had a great team but some of the players lost stamina in the second half. I believe I should not have played that match because I was too young and inexperienced and also could not run due to a knee injury,” Varallo told the media, while Argentina celebrates the jubilee of one of the countries heroes.

 

The plaudits include the creation of the award labelled “For career and chivalry”, which will be presented to the veteran next Friday.

 

John Terry stripped of captaincy over sex scandal

 

England manager Fabio Capello punished John Terry for his umpteenth sex romp by removing him as captain. The Chelsea defender came under the scrutiny of the British tabloids over his affair with Vanessa Perroncel, who is the former companion of England teammate Wayne Bridge. Their relationship was crowned with Vanessa’s pregnancy, which was terminated in agreement with Terry.

 

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Big Month For Korean Data HK World Cup Hopefuls

 

 

The next few months are vital for players hoping to go to the World Cup and this is a big week for South Koreans with dreams of making the final 23 that makes the plane in June. Not only does the European transfer window open for a month, meaning that players could be heading to Europe or those already there could move around, but Data HK coach Huh Jung-moo is taking 25 players to South Africa, the host country of the 2010 tournament, for some acclimatization, training and friendlies.

 

There are a number of absentees however. Players based in Europe will not be heading south as the European season is still ongoing. So instead of games in Johannesburg and Durban, the overseas stars will be busy with their domestic commitments in England, Scotland, Germany and France.

 

The problem is that not all of them are busy. The likes of midfielder Cho Won-hee have been in the worst of both worlds. They left Korea for European experience and so miss a number of training camps and exhibition games that take place at home and remove themselves from the watchful eye of the coaching staff. That is not a big deal if you are in the big leagues and testing yourself against some of the best players in the world week in and week out. Coach Huh would love to spend time with the overseas players more often but is quite happy to let them go in the knowledge that when they do return, they return as better players.

 

But when those players are not playing regularly, it becomes a problem. Cho joined Wigan Athletic of the English Premier League in early 2009 and has barely featured – just making four appearances in that time. He has …

Garry Cook & Roberto Pengeluaran HK Mancini

 

 

Garry Cook, 10/07/2009 – “People have come to realise that you don’t go from 0 to 100mph in no time at all. We don’t want to be held to ransom, and have very clear directives.”

 

Roberto Mancini, 21/07/2010 – “The problem is that when clubs know that it is Manchester City they are dealing with the prices go up. This is not good and it is not right.”

 

Welcome to the real world Roberto. Basic economics says that if it is common knowledge that you have a bottomless wallet potential vendors will attempt to exploit that fact to the full.

 

It was exactly the same last year when City relentlessly pursued Joleon Lescott (who they eventually paid stupid money for) and Roque Santa Pengeluaran HK Cruz (ditto) and John Terry (who saw sense and stayed put). And don’t forget the £100m Kaka episode – they did not learn from the Robinho disaster and still don’t realise how close they came to an even bigger one with Kaka.

 

And they are at it again – another £100m frittered on what appear to be gambles & unneeded players. More money splashed around with more greedy sharks circling the City pleasure boat.

 

Jerome Boateng is a 21 year old defender who doesn’t know his best position. David Silva is a size zero waif-like winger who is not suited to the rigours of the Premiership. I hope somebody has told Silva he doesn’t get a winter break. Yaya Toure is yet another defensive midfielder in an area of the pitch where Gareth Barry, Nigel de Jong, Vincent Kompany & Patrick Viera already operate. Toure is not needed, not that good, and rumoured to be on around £200k a week.

 

Reportedly on the blue radar are Aleksandar …

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Afshin Ghotbi Data Hk New Coach of Iran

 

 

Afshin Ghotbi New Coach of IranAfshin Ghotbi has been appointed the new national team coach of Iran, following the resignation of Mohammad Mayelikohan. Mayelikohan lasted less than two weeks in the hot seat after the sacking of Iranian football legend Ali Daei.

 

Iranian football is in turmoil as the national team are struggling to qualify from Asian Zone Group 2, headed by the two Koreas.

 

Ghotbi has experience as a coach in Korea, the USA and in Iran, where he lead Persepolis to a championship.

 

Ghotbi faces the uphill task of dragging Team Melli into a play-off spot and taking the national team to the World Cup finals in South Africa.

 

Aussie clubs floundering in the face of Japanese might

 

Twelve games played. Seven defeats. Four draws. One win.

 

That’s the record A-League clubs currently hold against their Japanese counterparts in the Asian Champions League, with Australian teams struggling to hold their own against the might of the Japanese game.

 

The trend continued this week when Central Coast Mariners lost for the second straight time to Kawasaki Frontale, while Newcastle Jets missed a penalty in succumbing to Nagoya Grampus at home.

 

There were grave doubts about the quality of the A-League when Kawasaki Frontale dished out a humiliating 5-0 thrashing of Central Coast Mariners in Gosford a fortnight ago.

 

“I hope the players are embarrassed, I am embarrassed,” quipped Mariners coach Lawrie McKinna in the wake of that pummelling. “It was the worst moment of my coaching career.”

 

And while the Mariners turned in a vastly improved performance in going down 2-1 in the return fixture in Kawasaki, torrential rain mitigated Frontale’s free-flowing passing game.

 

Newcastle Jets fared better against Nagoya Grampus, although they too were beaten …

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Advocaat Bandar Poker Online in January Press Conference

 

 

As the New Year started, Dick Advocaat took his players away from a frigid Korea and onto warmer climes on a six-week tour to prepare for the big event in June. Many K-League coaches were not too happy about losing their best players for the majority of the pre-season.

 

Advocaat was not too happy either after watching the team start badly with a poor performance and embarrassing 1-0 defeat in Dubai against his former employers, the UAE. Results soon improved however. A draw with European champions Greece was followed by impressive wins over Finland and a tough Croatian team.

 

It was the off-season in the K-League so when the coaches weren’t cursing Advocaat, they were off buying new players and taking part in their own pre-season warm-up tours.

 

February

 

The national team showed signs of over-confidence against a powerful Denmark team and deservedly lost 3-1. Then the squad, which didn’t include the European-based stars, headed to California and put in two good performances.

 

Somehow, the team lost 1-0 to Costa Rica in Oakland despite dominating the game but achieved a memorable result a few days later. At Mexico’s second home of Los Angeles, a Lee Dong-gook goal gave the Asian team a great win.

 

On the way back to Korea, the team, stopped off in Syria for the first 2007 Asian Cup qualifier and defeated Syria 2-1 in a hard-fought clash.

 

Fans of the K-League were still waiting for the new Bandar Poker Online season to start but Bucheon fans found that they would have to wait for a very long time. The club’s owners, SK, suddenly moved the team from the city just outside Seoul, all the way to the southern island of Jeju. The fans protested but the K-League …

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Korea: Goalless In Seoul Aplikasi Judi Online24Jam Terpercaya 2021

 

 

It’s all gone wrong for FC Seoul. As world leagues go, the K may be a low-scoring one but no goals in the last 582 minutes is not what the club had in mind when seemingly defensive-minded coach Lee Jang-soo was jettisoned at the end of last season for the supposedly attacking Senol Gunes.

 

In the middle of March however, Gunes was starting to think that the whole East Asia thing was a walk in the park. Not only did he steer Turkey to third place in at the 2002 World Cup, he won his first five games in South Korea without conceding a goal.

 

Three of those games were in the league and not surprisingly, FC Seoul were top of the standings. March 18 seems like a long time ago but that was when the team last scored a K-League goal. Six games later – two defeats and four goalless Aplikasi Judi Online24Jam Terpercaya 2021 draws- and only the ineptitude of others keeps the capital outfit in the relatively lofty position of fifth.

 

The Turk was, and still is, the story of the season though headlines tend to include the word ‘crisis’ these days and it is becoming less and less of a surprise when Seoul add another 90 minutes to their unwanted collection.

 

Also unwelcome for the 2002 UEFA Coach of the Year is the number of injuries his players. Most of the team’s strikers have been struggling for fitness though with creativity drying up in midfield, they weren’t getting many chances anyway.

 

“Of course the most important thing is victory but I will try to give fans football that they can love. I like Barcelona. They always play at a high tempo as well as with a good strategy. I …

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What is VPS Hosting?

 

 

VPS Hosting is short for Virtual Private Server Hosting. It’s a way to host multiple websites on a single server. The same applies to Shared Hosting. The difference is that VPS Hosting is essentially a virtualization of bare metal servers into isolated virtual servers using hypervisor-based server virtualisation. Because of this isolation, each website on the server has a dedicated resource allocation. Websites cannot access the resources that have been allocated to them once they are done. It becomes your private server, and thus the name Virtual Private Server.

 

If you sign up for a VPS plan with 2 GB RAM, 2 CPU cores and 50 GB storage, these resources are yours even if they’re not being used. These resources are not available to any website that is hosted on your server. This ensures your website’s predictable, stable performance.

 

What is root access to VPS Hosting?

 

Root access is simply administrator access for Linux. You’ll be familiar with Windows asking for administrator access when you want to move or delete an application. This Linux version of administrator access is called root.

 

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System administrators want complete control of the server and root access is required. Administrators are often required to modify security settings and fine tune configurations to ensure optimal website performance. These tasks can be done without root access, but it is not possible.

 

Root access is one of the greatest advantages of VPS architecture. In …

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Shocks continue as Albirex Niigata take share of J. Toto Hk League lead

 

 

 

The shocks continued in the J. League last weekend, with Albirex Niigata beating Kashima Antlers on Sunday afternoon to snatch a share of the J. League lead.

 

It was a slightly disappointing crowd of 37,808 that turned out at Big Swan Stadium, but the stay-away fans who preferred the comforts of home to the cold climes of Big Swan missed a famous victory for the home side.

 

Kisho Yano opened his account for the season with an early header, before mercurial midfielder Marcio Richards played in compatriot Pedro Junior for Niigata’s second.

 

Daiki Iwamasa scored a scrambled effort some six minutes into stoppage time at the end of the game, but it proved little consolation for a Kashima side that was humbled 4-1 by Suwon Bluewings in their AFC Champions League opener last week.

 

The other Sunday fixture saw Omiya Ardija beat Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3-2 in a thriller at Big Arch Stadium in Hiroshima – former Suwon defender Toto Hk Mato Neretljak scored twice in that game – and there were several points of note in the Saturday fixtures.

 

Yokohama F. Marinos battled to a scoreless draw away at Shimizu S-Pulse, as a near-capacity crowd of 19,172 at the newly renamed Outsourcing Stadium Nihondaira saw the two teams cancel each other out.

 

Marinos were missing captain Ryuji Kawai through injury, but with recalled playmaker Koji Yamase in dangerous form for the Tricolore, they enjoyed the better of proceedings in blustery conditions in Shimizu.

 

Yamase came closest to a winner when his thunderous first-half drive was clawed away by Yohei Nishibe, while S-Pulse talisman Jungo Fujimoto made his long awaited return from injury – only to see a late effort cleared off the line after coming off the bench for the …

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AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS – Ire In Pkv Cairo

 

 

The tournament is now well underway and regarded as a success here in Egypt with deserved praise being given for the opening ceremony. However claims that Egypt is in the grip of football fever and that grounds are packed to capacity much to the delight of the organising committee, seem somewhat hollow in reality.

 

The Cairo International Stadium can be reached by taking the Pkv Metro to Kubri-el-Qubi, then cross the tracks and follow the flyover for a walk of around 20 minutes. I did this and still made it to the stadium before 4p.m. on the opening day and sure enough the majority of the crowd were already there.I spoke to someone who got in at 4.15, but haven’t heard whether or not the gates were closed at any time. It was noticeable that the ground hardly filled up after this time as seats were left vacant for the participants of the opening ceremony. The Libyan section, whilst boasting a strong contingent of around 2,ooo had room for many more.

 

There have been arrangements made to fill the grounds in Egypt by the same organising committee that issued the above statement. The people doing this are instantly recognisable by the different colours, they are wearing. Just think of the seats in Portugal, but this time they are human beings, conducted from the front of the stand. At last nights DR Congo v Togo game there was a constant din, in front of what was a crowd of around 4,000 interested spectators and maybe 7 or 8,000 members of rent a crowd. Who were of course making lots of noise totally out of keeping with what was happening on the pitch.

 

Looking back on the last few days I was interested to read some comments …

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Judi Online Bangkok City Street Survival

 

 

I’m not entirely certain that I’m staying in one of the more reputable hotels in Bangkok. Now that I think about it, I’m not sure how many hotels usher you in through a side entrance because they are building a highway out the front. I can think of at least one. Still, I appreciated the thoughtfulness of the staff when I arrived back from Thailand’s recent clash with Australia.

 

“Sawat dii,” they all said, clasping their hands in unison. “Congratulations on the victory!”

 

“Thank you!” I replied, smiling jovially and no doubt looking slightly demented. “Mind you, I didn’t actually play myself. I just watched!”

 

Cue worried faces from the bemused staff.

 

Nevertheless their demeanour was an improvement on the behaviour of Bangkok’s notorious cabbies. Taxi’s in Bangkok are a bit like elections. There’s always one around the corner, and you just know they are going to be useless.

 

Catching a taxi after Australia had thumped Thailand proved a difficult proposition.

 

“Hello, will you take me to the Hotel de Concrete, please?” I would ask.

 

“Get out,” the cabbie would reply, evidently hoping for a larger fare, although I’m not sure where he expected to go – the planet Mars, perhaps?

 

My next tactic proved equally unsuccessful. Hailing a cab on busy Ramkhamhaeng Road, I simply sat down and refused to move until the driver took me to my salubrious destination. This had the effect of further grid-locking the capital’s already choked streets, as my cabbie and I locked horns in a tense stand-off for control of the meter. It took the driver behind us stepping out to retrieve what I presume was a baseball bat for me to flee the scene.

 

Maybe I shouldn’t have been wearing my …