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BEST FOOTBALL VINES – NEW 2018 – GOALS, SKILLS, FAILS #3

by Joga Bonito

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The Week in Quotes – FIFA on GBP Sports

“I don’t consider myself a veteran. As you can see, my spirit is about 13 years old. Who knows, maybe when the 2022 World Cup comes around, I will still be competing for a place on the team. My body will be 39, but my spirit will have only turned 17.”
Brazil right-back Dani Alves writes in The Players’ Tribune after it was announced he would miss out on the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ due to suffering a knee injury during Paris Saint-Germain’s Coupe de France victory

“At the moment if I want to continue to work, I think I have to move out of the country, because my gut feeling at the moment is that I would feel I would betray my club by staying in England. People might feel that I’ve betrayed what I’ve built here.”
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger talks about his plans with the club’s official website after leading the club for 22 years

“If nothing strange happens, this World Cup will be my last participation with the Spanish national team.”
Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta tells Onda Cero radio that he will likely retire from the national team after the World Cup in Russia

“I would be dishonest if I told you I’m not afraid. But deep down I feel calm and at peace because I know I’m naturally curious. And the day I stop playing football I will find a way not to get bored and I’ll stay busy. After all, players like us, who have lived the game intensely, have to keep their minds occupied and have a reason to get up, something to fight for. I’ll never get bored or miss being in the public eye. The only problem is that my life has been organised for me for 23 years. Every morning you are given a timetable. But when you have 24 hours ahead of you with nothing to do, that could be a problem.”
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon speaks with Gerard Pique for The Players’ Tribune on whether he is afraid of retirement

“There was a pressure here (signalling his head), powerful, never going away. I was fine when I went into the dressing room for the France game but I started to feel this powerful dizziness, overwhelmed, panicked, and they lay me on the physio’s bench. That was the first time but I had nasty episodes like that again. There’s medicine, psychological treatment to overcome the barriers you’ve erected, the fear. It started in February and it lasted until the summer. When the Euros came I decided I couldn’t go, that I had to isolate myself.​”
Bojan Krkic opens up on his anxiety attacks as a teenager that stopped him from going to UEFA EURO 2008 with Spain, speaking in an interview with The Guardian

“We’ve been in this transition period for a while and lost so many veterans who were great leaders on the field. I think it took a period of time for certain players to step up or feel comfortable stepping up into a greater role in the team. I feel good with where we are, but I still feel like we have a lot of progress to be made in terms of identifying those leadership roles and the roles on the team in general.”
USA forward Alex Morgan speaks with The Athletic about the state of the USA women’s national team

Buffon confirmed he will be leaving Juventus on Thursday after spending 17 years at the club—Juve President Andrea Agnelli had words of the highest praise for the World Cup winner

“We will not be among the teams that would make up the numbers at the World Cup, but instead be among the teams that will make it interesting because we have all it takes.”
2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup adidas Golden Ball winner Kelechi Nwakali tells Goal that Nigeria has the potential to go far at the World Cup in Russia

“I realistically saw a group growing into the World Cup 2018 that could go into a semi-final. The World Cup has nothing to do with the four years prior to that. It’s a completely new chapter. Whenever I played in a World Cup or European Championship, it gave me so much energy. I don’t know why. I could have had a poor season before that tournament, and suddenly that tournament brought me to life. Whatever happened the last couple of months before didn’t matter. We almost didn’t qualify for Italy in 1990 with Germany. We had to win our last game against Wales, and I still remember that Mark Hughes missed a 100-percent chance two minutes before the end of the game. He had a free header and he put it over the bar. If he puts that in, we’re not going to Italy. And then we won the World Cup.”
Former Germany forward and former USA head coach Jurgen Klinsmann speaks with Yahoo about the nature of tournament football

“You look at it and you don’t believe it because you used to collect the stickers of so many players and, today, yours is there. You get your own and you see everyone talking about it, you see everyone wanting to get your sticker. This is crazy. It makes me so happy. Sometimes I can’t even believe it. It is simply the biggest tournament in the world of football, the most desired by every player in every country. Before, you had an idea. Now you really know what it’s like.”
Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus speaks with ESPN Brazil about having his own Panini sticker

“Liverpool have a big chance to win the Champions League against Real Madrid. I witnessed on that pitch what Salah can do to Marcelo during the Olympic Games. I was playing with Egypt against Brazil. Marcelo is terrified of Salah.I noticed the same thing in the Champions League when Roma played against Real.”
Former Egypt captain Mohamed Aboutrika​ believes his former team-mate Mohamed Salah can lead Liverpool to UEFA Champions League glory next weekend, speaking with beIN Sports MENA

“It’s difficult to explain how happy I feel after so much time, it was a dream I’ve always had since I was a child. I feel so proud to belong to this group, which has changed the lives of so many Atletico fans. Before we had to explain why we wore this shirt.”
Fernando Torres on winning the UEFA Europa League with Atletico Madrid

“We are competitors, we are going to do better than in 2014. The goal given by the Federation is to go to the semi-finals, But, five days before the final, you will try your hardest, do not calculate, do not think, and go for it.”
France striker Olivier Giroud tells SFR about Les Bleus’ ambitions for Russia 2018

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“Manchester United’s Season Has Been A FAILURE” | Chelsea vs Manchester United | #HotTakes – Football Daily

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The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ is drawing ever nearer – with just 26 days to go! Between now and the start of the World Cup, we will take a closer look at a different statistic from the history of the tournament each day.

26 – The number of passes involved in the move that led to Esteban Cambiasso putting Argentina 2-0 up in their Group C match in Gelsenkirchen against Serbia and Montenegro at the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™, a game the Argentinians went on to win 6-0.

A total of 57 seconds elapsed from the moment Javier Mascherano dispossessed Mateja Kezman, knocking the ball back to Gabriel Heinze in the process, to the moment when Cambiasso fired home. That was all the time it took for Jose Pekerman’s side to show just how well they could play.

Nine players took part in one of the great moves of that particular World Cup, with only goalkeeper Roberto Abbondanzieri and right-back Nicolas Burdisso failing to get a touch during the build-up.

“I haven’t seen anything like it in years,” Hernan Crespo, who provided the back-heeled assist from which Cambiasso scored, later said. “It was like something you see in futsal. I’ve never taken part in such a beautiful goal.”

Cambiasso had only been on the pitch for 14 minutes, having come on after 17 minutes in place of the injured Luis Gonzalez.

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Follow the FIFA eClub World Cup live – FIFA on GBP Sports

FIFA.com will be streaming the action live this weekend as the FIFA eClub World Cup takes place at Paris’s Studio 130 on 19 and 20 May.

Featuring 16 professional eSports football teams, the eClub World Cup is a central part of the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series on the Road to the FIFA eWorld Cup, virtual football’s equivalent of the FIFA World Cup™. Local favourites Paris Saint-Germain and holders Brondby are among the clubs taking part, with each consisting of a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One player.

The draw took place on Monday 14 May, with both the local side and the reigning champions paired together in Group B.

Group A: Method, Hashtag Academy, Arte Virtual FC, FC Basel 1893, Unilad, BU E-Sports, ECV eSports, FC Schalke 04 eSports

Group B: Mkers, Team Envy, Falcons eSport, Brondby IF, Lightning Pandas, Xolos de Tijuana, VFL Bochum 1848, PSG eSports

Those 16 teams will be competing for a prize pool of USD $50,000 and, more importantly, four spots at the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series Playoffs. The event will be presented by Laura Woods and Spencer Owen, with commentary coming from Leigh Smith, Joe Miller, Richard Buckley and Brandon Smith.

You can follow it all live right here and also keep across the latest action on the FIFA eWorld Cup’s official Twitter and Facebook pages.

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Germany and Spain qualify for Uruguay 2018 – FIFA on GBP Sports

Germany and Spain are the first two European nations to win berths to the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Uruguay 2018, after both countries advanced to the UEFA Women’s U-17 Championship final in Lithuania.

Germany routed England 8-0 in the first semi-final, with Shekiera Martinez leading the way in the goals category with a hat-trick. Spain edged Finland 1-0 in the day’s other semi-final thanks to Eva Maria Navarro’s strike in the 52nd minute.

Spain are headed to their fifth-straight European final at the U-17 age category, while it will be the third consecutive final between Germany and Spain.

Germany have played in all five FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cups, with their best finish coming in the inaugural edition in 2008 when they finished in third place. Spain have qualified for three past U-17 Women’s World Cups, finishing in third place in 2010, runners-up in 2014 and in third place in 2016.

The last ticket to Uruguay 2018 available for Europe will be up for grabs when England and Finland contest the match for third place on Monday.

The FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Uruguay 2018 takes place from 13 November to 1 December in the Host Cities of Colonia del Sacramento, Maldonado and Montevideo.

Joining Germany and Spain at Uruguay 2018 will be Colombia, Brazil and hosts Uruguay (CONMEBOL); Cameroon, Ghana and South Africa (CAF); Japan, Korea DPR and Korea Republic (AFC) and New Zealand (OFC).

The CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship will resume play from 6-12 June 2018 in Bradenton, Florida, USA, where three berths to Uruguay 2018 will be up for grabs.

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CRISTIANO RONALDO vs MESSI – KING KONG vs GODZILLA – WORLD CUP 2018

by Joga Bonito

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Strategy, progress and closer ties: the keys to the latest FIFA Forward Development Programme cycle – FIFA on GBP Sports

Following the success of the FIFA Forward Development Programme workshop in Mexico City, the Colombian capital of Bogota played host to the Americas’ second such gathering, on 24-26 April 2018.

The three-day event brought together South America’s ten member associations and had the backing of the Colombian Football Association (FCF). In attendance were also members of CONMEBOL’s Development Department, who played their part in consolidating joint strategies and the spirit of collaboration between FIFA and the confederation in their drive to develop football across the continent.

The gathering provided an opportunity to review requirements, methodologies, strategies and processes with the aim of continuing the effective, transparent and sustained development of football. The lessons learned in the current FIFA Forward Development Programme cycle were also assessed and strategic preparations for the next cycle, in 2019-2022, explored in depth.

All eyes on the future
Over the first two days, experts from the FIFA delegation and external consultants specialising in areas linked to the FIFA Forward Development Programme led discussions and gave presentations on the planning of infrastructure projects, strategic planning, technical development, refereeing and women’s football, among other key issues.

On the third and final day of the workshop the focus was on outstanding aspects relating to ongoing and future projects and on the programme-related needs, priorities and objectives of each association. The associations’ secretary generals, development directors and administrative officers also had bilateral meetings with a team from FIFA’s Member Associations Americas subdivision.

Speaking at the event, FIFA’s director of Member Associations Americas, Jair Bertoni, stressed the commitment of world football’s governing body to its member associations: “FIFA’s aim is to make its experts and resources available to its associations and to give them as much assistance as possible in every aspect needed to develop the game. And in working towards that goal, this workshop allows us to offer them more effective support, by taking their specific characteristics into account and supporting them in further defining their development needs and tailor made projects for the next Forward cycle in 2019-2022, among other things.”

For his part, Luis Guillermo Escobar, the general manager of the FCF, had this to say: “The FIFA development workshop held in Bogota was a unique opportunity to set out the FCF’s strategic approach. Drawing on everything we’ve learned, we’re going to request support from a consultant in developing a 20-year strategic plan.”

FIFA has established nine Regional Offices around the world, with one more to be opened in Addis Ababa this summer, bringing it closer to its 211 member associations.

These offices, staffed by development managers and project coordinators, are playing a crucial role in the development of world football, offering bespoke support in the successful implementation and management of the FIFA Forward Development Programme.

This approach has had a positive impact on the performance of associations, helping them to meet objectives and roll out activities and development projects that are sustainable in the long term, all as part of a strategic framework set up by the associations and guided by the principles of good governance. The result is increased transparency and integrity in the use of FIFA Forward funds.

“It’s a privilege for the Regional Office in Asunción to attend and meet with the South American associations on a regular basis. They’re all brimming with passion for football and keen to work and implement projects that will have a major impact on the development of our sport,” said Rafael Arias, development manager of the Regional Office in Asunción, the Paraguayan capital. “The Regional Offices will continue working to bring FIFA ever closer to its member associations and to provide the necessary support and assistance to ensure the success of development projects within the framework of the FIFA Forward Development Programme.”

These gatherings are crucial to the quest for excellence in the work carried out by FIFA and its member associations, and demonstrate that the development of football does not only seek to grow the sport but also to improve the lives of the people who play and live for the game.

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