Cinematic Soccer – Part 2

Africa United

Focusing on fans that live in poverty once more, this time in the disadvantaged state of Rwanda. A group of children embark on an adventure to South Africa to witness the World cup. Showing the struggle of children in this part of the world is not its only focus, the expected dreary nature is overthrown often by the upbeat attitudes of the grateful characters. Known for being a heart warmer and showcasing the passion that many have for the game, Africa United has brought audiences everywhere from laughter to tears.

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Cinematic Soccer – Part 1

Kicking and Screaming

With a pushy parent figure that many can relate to, Phil never made it as a star soccer player, much to his father’s dismay. Now years later he has his own son and it seems the cycle of competitive sport and overbearing parenthood is continuing. With comedy legend Will Ferrell in the starring role as soccer failure turned coach, the hilarious story of a youth soccer team is born. With his ridiculously over the top approach, he shouts insults at kids, treats parents like underlings and barks commands like a wild man in fits of rib-tickling rage. Kicking and Screaming will have you chuckling, rooting for the team and possibly finding a new nickname for your over enthusiastic coach.

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Soccer Icons – Part 2

Cristiano Ronaldo

With 26 trophies on his shelf, this 33-year-old refuses to put a stop to his soccer streak. Born and raised in Madeira his youth career was fruitful enough for him to join the ranks of Manchester United, becoming their first Portuguese player at the age of 18. Here he was instrumental in helping the team remain victorious. In 2009 he moved to Real Madrid where his prowess as an adept attacker continued. Known for being cocky and arrogant on and off the pitch, Ronaldo has somewhat become the bad boy of soccer. As one of the fastest players in world history and with a shining career, its easy to understand why someone’s ego may become inflated.

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Soccer Icons

Zinedine Zidane

With his youth soccer career ending in ’89, Zidane had been a master the sport for several decades. Born in France in 1972, the three-time FIFA world player of the year was renowned for his incredible technique and ball control. On the pitch from as early as 10 years of age, Zidane went from strength to strength making a name for himself all the way from his Cannes days up until he played for Real Madrid who paid a record fee of 150 billion Italian lire for him. Scoring some of the best goals in UEFA history his careers only notable scar was the infamous headbutt incident. Now managing the most recent team he played for, superstar factory Real Madrid, he continues his legacy by passing down his knowledge of the game to new talent.

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Europe’s Ultimate Soccer Teams

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will soon be upon us so it’s a great time to take a look at which European countries lay claim to the best soccer teams. Europe is home to some of the finest soccer players in the world, both past and present, and has many national teams in with a real chance of taking home this year’s World Cup trophy. Some countries, like England and Spain, have a long history of soccer fans and place great importance on both their national teams and local clubs.

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Best soccer teams in the US

Of all the sports in the world, soccer is said to be one of the most important, popular, general and common of them all. Not only has soccer served as an entertainment to its lovers, it has also been a great platform that united people of different culture, background, believes, and ethnicity. There is a saying in football, “in soccer we speak on language”. Soccer has its root mostly in all parts of the world; it has spread all over, amidst people, kids, even the disabled. Having close to 1494.6 ratings, Seattle is toping the United States soccer teams, although the leading margin between the club and others are very little. In the United States, here are some of the best soccer teams.

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Upcoming World cup Games

In Russia this year 2018,the 21st edition of the world cup will be taking place!. A competition that usually vtake place within an interval of four years. In 2022, the world cup will be hosted by Qatar in Asia, and there will be an expansion in the number of teams participating in the competition from the current number to about 48 countries. In this article, I will be discussing on the world cup, what to expect, both in action, suspense, enxitement and all that it holds for your maximum enjoyment: www.live score.com

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Best soccer teams in the UK

Of all the sports in the world, soccer is said to be one of the most important, popular, general and common of them all. Not only has soccer served as an entertainment to its lovers, it has also been a great platform that united people of different culture, background, believes, and ethnicity. There is a saying in football, “in soccer we speak on language”. Soccer has its root mostly in all parts of the world; it has spread all over, amidst people, kids, even the disabled. In the United Kingdom, here are some reviews of the best soccer teams. www.epl.com

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The Best Soccer Players in Europe

The ranking of athletes in general change constantly as they are voted based off of their history of plays and the worth of each player. But, if you want to expand your knowledge on soccer or merely fantasizing about building your dream soccer team, the players below are the ones you should be looking into, as they are the top players in Europe.

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Rise in popularity of soccer in the US

Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world. Every country has a national soccer team that proudly represents the flag at the international competitions. An entire subculture developed around this amazing sport and soccer players are transferred from one club to another for astronomic sums of money. The United States were always interested in sports but soccer played a less important role in this culture. Lately, we see an increasing interest for this sport all around the US.

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