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World Cup 2018: who will take the trophy?

World Cup 2018: who will take the trophy?

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  Since it was first contested in 1930, the World Cup has captured the imagination of football fans around the world, and this summer the tournament will be hosted by Russia. It is the first time that the competition has been held in Eastern Europe and the first time that it has been staged in Europe since the 2006 edition in Germany. Speaking of Germany, it is Joachim Löw’s side that go into the competition as favorites. The reigning World Cup champions have been heavily backed by football punters, and according to the odds offered by online sportsbooks – check out Stakers.com – the Germans have the best chance this summer. It isn’t a surprise to see them heavily fancied to lift the famous gold trophy once again. Though a number of German stars such as Bastian Schwei...
How sports clubs are helping causes worldwide

How sports clubs are helping causes worldwide

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Sports have a universal appeal, and they also encourage us to be the best that we can be. Popular sports such as football, baseball, basketball, and soccer not only attract huge audiences worldwide but also help to promote values of teamwork, striving for excellence, physical fitness, and community spirit. In addition, these sports can generate huge amounts of money, and major sports clubs attract and spend millions of dollars every season. It follows, therefore, that sports have the financial backing, the global reach, and the ethical base to provide much-needed support to a wide range of charities, and most clubs expend a significant amount of time and resources in doing so. Streets of London  Every soccer club in the English Premier League has at least one charity partner and/...
Top Goals In The History Of Football

Top Goals In The History Of Football

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Goals are most important moment in football and toughest ones are always pleasure to discuss and watch. Here are something about some of the best goals in the history of football in recent past decades by greatest players like Dennis Bergkamp, Carlos Alberto, Eric Cantona, Diego Maradon, and Zlatan Ibrahimovich. Just have a quick look and recollect the exciting moment. Zlatan Ibrahimovich (2004) Playing with Ajax in 2004 Zlatan Ibrahimovich showed his otherworldly skills by evading five defenders to pull off one of his greatest goals and also something rare seen in the history of football. Dennis Bergkamp (2002) In the year 2002 Dennis Bergkamp displayed one of his greatest skills while playing against Newcastle for Arsenal. It was a thing of beauty when he showed t...
Top 5 Tennis Players of all time – The FAB 5 forever!

Top 5 Tennis Players of all time – The FAB 5 forever!

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Tennis. A game that has been globally popular straight after Cricket and Football takes a soul in playing and even in watching. Most of us have spent their childhood trying to get hold of this of the game and honestly, there is no better physical exercise than playing Tennis. While it's not as strategic as Cricket and it doesn't require as much muscle strength as Football, it's a balanced combination of both which is why it has many spectators. While that is there, there are many legendary tennis players who have been making the game impeccable as it is. Here are the top 5 tennis players of all time. Roger Federer: There can be no question about who as of now merits the title of the best. A record 17 Grand Slam titles - and checking - would be sufficient to present Federer's defense, ye...
College Football National Title Sleepers

College Football National Title Sleepers

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Anyone can pick Alabama, Clemson, LSU, Florida State, Ohio State or Michigan to win this year’s college football national championship. After all, all of those teams seem to be popular consensus picks depending on what publication or media outlet you’re privy to. The challenge is identifying those teams thought to be proverbial long shots, and risking a little bit of money on them for your early college football picks. I have two such teams in mind at this juncture, so let’s get right to them. UCLA (30-1): It all starts with sophomore quarterback Josh Rosen. The 19-year-old lived up to his billing as a true frosh a season ago, throwing for 3669 yards, and tossing 23 touchdown passes. Rosen will be asked to shoulder more of a load on an offense that returns just four other starters. ...