I don’t know what you think of these people. But for me, they are lookalike. Let’s see them closely!
What do you think? Lol.
Leading and suddenly the opponent managed to lead against you, or at least, draw the match! What a match! Everyone wish to watch this type of match where you can feel the frustration and excitement in one match. Here, I bring you to some of the greatest comebacks in the history of football or soccer.
1. 1960 UEFA European Championship Semi-final
2. 1976 UEFA European Championship Semi-final
3. 1984 UEFA European Championship Semi-final
4. 2005 Champion’s League Final
5. 2007 English Premier League
6. 1999 European Champion’s League
World Cup‘s balls were always something that people care about when comes to its designs and standard. But for people like me and I believe many others, we do not know how it was like during early World Cups in the olden days. So, I bring you the designs of the ball from the first world cup until the latest world cup edition 2010. Enjoy!
World Cup 1970 – Mexico
World Cup 1974 – West Germany
World Cup 1978 – Argentina
World Cup 1982 – Spain
World Cup 1986 – Mexico
World Cup 1990 – Italy
World Cup 1994 – United States
World Cup 1998 – France
World Cup 2002 – Korea-Japan
World Cup 2006 – Germany
World Cup 2010 – South Africa
Credits to: soccerballworld.com
I love football. Even though my laptop seemed cannot support the game’s requirements, but I still love it. Recently, my friend gave me a video which was about FIFA 12. It was SO DAMN FUNNY! When I searched about it, it was discovered that there is a bug. Enjoy the videos!
Credits to: youtube.com
The evolution of Manchester United‘s jersey is very drastic. From the designs to the brands as well as from the stars to another world class stars ever played for the Red Devils. From Eric Cantona to Paul Scholes, then from Peter Schemeichel to Edwin Van der Sar, then from Roy Keane to David Beckham, then from Ruud van Nistelrooy to Wayne Rooney, then from Cristiano Ronaldo to Luis Nani. Now are stars in the making Javier Hernandez, Chris Smalling and Phil Jones. Let us see the jerseys ranging from 1990 to 2012 seasons.