Football has changed a lot in the last two decades. The contemporary recreation does no longer boast of pinnacle challenging men like the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s. Today, gamers are soft and referees are quick to silence hard players. We choose to take a closer seem to be at legendary footballers who have been also well recognized challenging men. They have been no longer afraid of the repercussions because to them a sport of men need to be physical. 8. Nigel de Jong- Holland There aren't many genuine hard
Football is one of the most fascinating sporting activities in the entire universe. In the past decade, we have seen a lot of beautiful and memorable scenes. From international competitions to league competitions and even up to the UEFA competitions. Let's take a look back at some of the iconic moments of football in the last ten years. 2010 World Cup In South Africa. In 2010, South Africa became the first African country to host the World Cup. However, that is not really the historical or memorable event to
Tattoo is becoming one of the trends among Athletes and footballers are exempted from this charade. The drawings of each footballers tattoos ranges from small to large ones which can be gotten weekly and some of them go overboard with it. Here is a list of 11 footballers with the most tattoos on their body 1. Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Zlatan Ibrahimović is a Swedish professional footballer who plays as a striker for AC Milan. Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s tattoos are by far the most socially aware. During a French Ligue
This standard issue is based on the player tackle, dive, flop, play actor and bad attitude of the player. They are as well professional footballers with good grades. Here are the25 dirtiest in world football. 1. Marco Materazzi Marco Materazzi is one footballer who has never divided opinions but has turned dirty play into an art form. He is seen or known as the master of gamesmanship, and giving his opponents little issue like trips, nudge and the likes. Look further in the 2006 world cup finals. 2. Nigel De
While most football lovers await the restart of the major leagues in Europe, others have already witnessed one of the greatest matches been played yesterday between The World XI and England in what is called a Soccer Aid match. This Soccer Aid 2021 match featured celebrities and legends of different clubs who came together to play for a singular purpose that is beyond entertainment.
The UEFA Champions League game between Liverpool and AC Milan will be the first time the Italian club will be playing against another European club in a champions league game, as the 2013/2014 campaign was the last time the Rossoneri made it into the competition, with the likes of Kaka, Mario Balotelli, Keisuke Honda, Nigel de Jong and Philipe Mexes all part of the team that lost to Atletico Madrid in the knock-out stage of the 2013/2014 season.
Pepe was definitely a notorious defender during his time at Real Madrid.In 2017, he was ranked second of the most hated and controversial footballers in the World.
The introduction of VAR has helped referees in making decision during some controversial moment in football matches. Though VAR has not completely stopped the mistakes in football but it has clearly reduced it. Referees have a major role in the outcome of football matches which makes their job the toughest in the field of play, because just one wrong decision can change everything. Over the years, there have been controversial decisions by referees in football. Referees get criticized by the manager’s, players,
Please do me a favour by hitting the 'follow' option and the 'like' option. Thanks. Football is often about sportsmanship but sometimes people like Diego simeone comes along to create the dirtiest and most dangerous teams in football history. 1. Netherlands 2010: One challenge sums up this team, Nigel de Jong kicking Xabi alonso's chest was less of a challenge and more of a 'ninja kick'. When Spain met the Netherlands in the 2010 world Cup final in South Africa, the world expected a festival of football. Bo
There's are some tackles that are bad, a no nonsense tackle and then there are some that will make Simeone smile. Football is often about sportsmanship, but sometimes people like El'Choro (Simeone) would come out to create one of the dirtiest football clubs in the world. 1. Netherlands 2010. One challenge sums up this team dirtiness, Nigel De Jong kicking Xabi Alonso was less of a challenge and more of a ninja kick When Spain met the Netherlands in the 2010 world cup finals in South Africa, the world expected
Paul Onuachu is will be making the most important decision of his career when the European transfer window open in the next few days. The Nigerian striker is one of the hottest properties in the world of football at the moment, with a host of elite clubs including Lazio, West Ham United, Arsenal and Lyon reportedly interested in his services.
Today we are going to be looking at the worst and the ugliest Clashes between footballers on the pitch The photos below shows some of the ugliest Clashes in football history Xabi Alonso and Nigel de Jong,2010 world cup In the 2010 word cup finals against Netherland and Spain, the incredible Netherland midfielder Nigel de Jong lunch a Kung Fu kick into the midsection of Spanish midfielder Xabi Alonso Frank rijkaard Vs Rudi voller,Italia 90 Netherland midfielder rijkaard spat at West Germany voller not once but
Please Before You Move On Quickly Hit The 'FOLLOW' Button Above, Thanks. Ajax is one of the top European Club's that can develop young players easily, they have one of the best academies in the world that trains young players to play proper football. Ajax football Club also knows how to scout for young and exciting players and sign them for relatively small amount of money turning them into world class players in two or three years time. There have been a lot great players from Ajax academy like Sjaak Swart,
Yesterday, the western world celebrated the 2020 version of Halloween. Halloween is a yearly event where people take on costumes which most times look scary. In that regard let's quickly take a look at five scary moments in the game of football. 1. The Bite Luis Suarez gained more popularity for his infamous 'vampire-like' act on the field of play. The act of finding his front tooth into the skin of his opponents. It first occurred while he played for Ajax and the to Chelsea's Ivanovic while at Liverpool. The
Sergio ramos Defending is a art, he is not very skillful at the ball. He is physically good he can kick players and bring them to the ground all to secure his team. Sergio Ramos could be the most irresponsible defender ever with just multiples of red cards. He is very notorious when it comes to tackle and does not care at all about the technique or for that matter about the player he is lunging on ! He has seen more than 25 red cards in his Real Madrid career and the count is very unlikely to cease as long
It is very important for football fans to broaden their knowledge and raise their gaze beyond knowing only footballers who plays for clubs in Europe only. I have therefore compiled the names of some footballers who are currently playing in Arabia. Some of them include the following- 1.
Football is regarded as the beautiful game. However, when situations such as dangerous tackles and kicks start to happen, it makes the game look ugly. Sometimes footballers take it too far by making reckless tackles which could be destructive to the victim's football career. This is why culprits are given their marching orders when some of these tackles happen. In some other extreme cases, the culprit is given a ban for a number of games. Here are 7 of the most horrific tackles in football history: 7. Nigel
Soccer is referred to affectionately by millions all over the world as "the beautiful game." But over the course of its history, it has shown a dark side as well. Many of the world's biggest football clubs are known to have fan bases packed with thugs and hooligans, and these fan bases have brought about terrible moments in the history of the game. Earlier this year in February, for example, we had the Egypt soccer riots which killed over 70 people, and when Tottenham visited Lazio in the Europa League this
1. Flying Tackle On Aguero This is one of the most dreadful tackles you'll ever see. You have to wonder what the goalkeeper was thinking in situations like this. This was a South American game, and Aguero was representing Argentina. Argentina played well in this game, but this moment ruined it.
See The Most Tattooed Footballers In The World, Please Don’t Ignore! Tattoo for most people is a way to remember a person, a philosophy, idea or just any memory that you want to hold on to. Although here in Africa, being the religious people that we are, have found a way to demonize tattoos and classify the art as a sign of being irresponsible. Anyways in the world of sports, it is very common to see the players with tattoos of different sizes and styles all depicting different things but having an underlying