Archive for the 'Soccer' Category

Who Will Crash Out of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa?

By Rob Sheeps The world cup games begin in earnest on June 11 2010 in South Africa but who will be on the plane home after the group stages. Here are shock early contenders for the plane ride home. Unfortunately in Group A France have a easy set of games against Mexico, South Africa and […]

Training the Posterior Chain For Soccer Speed and Power

By Mat Herold If you are like most regular gym goers, you love to watch your muscles pump and strain in the mirror as you push yourself during your exercise routine. Although mirrors can be a great tool for checking form and providing inspiration, they only tell half of the story. Many uneducated trainees tend […]

English Premier League to See Changing of Guard

By Corey Jaymes In the past decade, the English Premier League has been largely been dominated by three main clubs – Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal. While Liverpool have often been bandied together as one of the Big Four, it has usually been the former three who have contested the title. Apart from a period […]

London The Home of English Football

By Gladstone Brown London is the centre of many things in the United Kingdom – its bustling business centre, its myriad tourist attractions and its top quality restaurants have people heading to the capital for all sorts of reasons. Sports fans are also attracted to London, none more so than football fans eager to watch […]

Coach Youth Soccer Discover the Secrets

By Andre Botelho Do you have any idea how tough it looks to coach youth soccer team? Actually it is not, if you have the right attitude, flair to deal with the kids, and some handy tips. Originally, be practical and begin with the basics. During this stage, the kids are offered with the opportunity […]

World Cup Tickets, Transport And Accommodation In South Africa

By Duncan Allan The 64 match festival takes place between the 11th of June and 11th of July 2010, across 10 different venues in South Africa. To successfully cope with an event of this magnitude, the hosting country requires a sophisticated infrastructure of accommodation, transportation, communication, stadiums, technology, security, and countless other facilities and support […]

Football (Soccer) Betting Tip How to Win in International Friendlies

By Stanley Ong Nothing is at stake in international friendlies. These games are of some importance only when they are used as warm-ups ahead of crucial competitions like the World Cup. Most club managers find these friendlies an utter nuisance. Some of them fight tooth and nail with the country manager by refusing to release […]

Brazils FIFA World Cup Triumphs

By Andy C Lee The FIFA World Cup is the most popular soccer competition in the world. It is staged every four years and contested by member countries of FIFA, the international governing body of soccer. With five titles, Brazil is the most successful team in World Cup history. Here are brief histories of Brazil’s […]

Kids Soccer Drills 3 Soccer Training Tips to Keep the Excitement

By John Scarlett What Makes For An Exciting Session? There are a multitude of different styles of coaching soccer, what is important is that your style and method leaves the kids with a sense of anticipation for the next session, when you have finished. Here are 3 important points to bear in mind when teaching […]

Soccer Team of the Decade

By Fan Zine As we are in year 2009 and approaching the end of a decade, it would be appropriate to compile a list of football team of the decade. There have been some significant English football teams who helped define a particular decade by virtue of their amazing vice-like grip of the game during […]