A look at the Google searches for the Premier League clubs based in Liverpool and Manchester. Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, and Everton. Here’s Googles explanation of how the graph works: The numbers on the graph reflect how many searches have been done for a particular term, relative to the total number of searches done on Google over time. They don’t represent absolute search volume numbers, because the data is normalized and presented on a scale from 0-100. Each point on the graph is divided by the highest point, or 100. When we don’t have enough data, 0 is shown. Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tweet about it
“He scored beautiful goals. All of the Santos players, including myself, thought Eusebio was a great player even if none of us knew who he was at that time.” Pele, after a game between Benfica and Santos in Paris in June 1960 “It is gold. It is gold.” Benfica coach Bela Guttmann to his assistant Fernando Caiado, after seeing Eusebio train for the first time at the Estadio da Luz “Eusebio was a gentleman, a very respectful person despite being a tremendous player.” Former Manchester United and England midfielder Nobby Stiles Quotes from FIFA.com Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tweet about it
West Bromwich Albion striker Nicolas Anelka has revealed the truth behind his controversial goal celebration during his team’s game against West Ham. The Frenchman is an avid rugby union follower, so much so that he once made himself available for the French national side. When the call eventually came for him to represent his nation at the 15-a-side code, he turned it down due to his immense respect for Welsh number 8, Scott Quinnell. His love for Scott Quinnell has rarely been documented until now, and few knew of his penchant for rugby union, but the goal celebration has changed all that. The tabloids have dug deep into the meaning of the celebration, and are now Read more..
Twitter rumours were confirmed during the last few days, when table-toppers Liverpool added substance to reports linking them with Feliz Natal. Earlier this month the player was quoted in the Brazilian press, in which he hinted that he would like to join the Anfield club in time for Christmas, work permit permitting. The 21-year-old striker said: It would be a great privilege to play for such a historically successful club like Liverpool FC. Hopefully the paperwork can be tied up and I can be presented to the club and the fans this Christmas. Feliz Natal is great in the box, as he uses his attacking instincts to pounce on loose balls and opposition errors. He Read more..
This scouting report is written by guest writer Akshaat Singh. Leandro Paredes is a 19-year-old Argentine attacking midfielder who plays for one of Argentina’s premier teams, Boca Juniors. He is a versatile attacking midfielder who can play both through the middle and on the left wing. He made his debut for Boca in November 2010, at the tender age of 16, and has gone on to play a lot more matches for the team. He made a few appearances for the title winning 2011-2012 Boca team and has become an almost permanent fixture, appearing in 20 games for the team last season, scoring 4 goals and creating 2. He Read more..