Thursday, October 18, 2018

The Best Soccer Players of the '90s

Ronaldo Fenômeno

Who are the best soccer players of the ‘90s? Soccer is an beloved world sport with international stars such as Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane, and Paolo Maldini. Even if you don’t follow the sport, you may have heard of these top soccer players of the ‘90s. But who do you think is the best soccer player between the years of 1990 to 2000?

If you enjoy watching soccer, then you definitely need to check out highlight reels and replays of some of these top players. Even though some of them may be off the field now, the players on this list represent the best of that era. In fact, some of them could probably still beat active roster players on the field right now.

Who do you think is the best soccer player from that era? Vote up the ones you think deserve that top distinction or add player you think should be in contention for being amongst the best soccer players of the ‘90s.

Some List of The Best Soccer Player:

Paolo Maldini
Marco van Basten
Diego Maradona
Franco Baresi
Ruud Gullit
Andriy Shevchenko
George Weah
Frank Rijkaard
Roberto Donadoni
Roberto Baggio
Zinedine Zidane
Ryan Giggs
Thierry Henry
Roberto Carlos
Luís Figo
David Beckham
Edgar Davids
Fernando Torres
Alan Shearer
Michael Owen
Roy Keane

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Alabama Football: Post-game report

Alabama Football: Post-game report

Alabama football- The Alabama Crimson Tide wrapped up homecoming week with an in-conference win over Missouri. The Tide offense started off fast once again with an 81-yard touchdown strike from Tua Tagovailoa to Jerry Juedy on the second play of the game. Tua finished the night 12/22 passing for 265 yards and three touchdowns. Alabama had two different wideouts with over 100 yards receiving in Jerry Juedy and Devonta Smith, with each having a touchdown reception. OJ Smith also added a touchdown catch for the Tide. Damien Harris led the way for the Crimson Tide’s running backs. Jalen Hurts went 7/8 for 115 yards passing, and rushed three times for 15 yards. With all the positives we saw with the Tide offense, there were a couple negatives as well. Tua Tagovailoa seemingly further injured his knee. Devonta Smith and Henry Ruggs III also left the game with injuries. Ruggs was able to return to action. We will provide updates on all these injuries as soon as they are made available.

Defensively the Tide looked much better against the Tigers starting things off with an interception by Savion Smith. Smith finished the game with two interceptions. Bama’s defense also forced a fumble and added a safety when Quinnen Williams dropped Drew Locke in the Tigers’ end zone. Quinnen Williams, Raekwon Davis, and Isaiah Buggs were all solid in a strong performance by the Alabama defensive line. Mack Wilson led the team in tackles with 11. The Bama defense accounted for four sacks in total.

The Alabama special teams units looked good as well as Joseph Bulovas went 3/4 on field goals, missing only from 52 yards out. Joshua Jacobs was incredibly effective as the Tide’s primary kick returner with a long of 50 yards. Skyler DeLong continued his punting woes with one punt of 12 yards. Keep it right here with after the game for more in-depth analysis and stories from today’s game.

Final Score: Alabama 39, Missouri 10.

Source: Tdalabamamag

Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa leaves vs. Missouri after aggravating knee

Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa leaves vs. Missouri after aggravating knee

Tagovailoa wore a protective brace on his right knee against Missouri, throwing for 265 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions before aggravating the injury while sliding on a run.

Trainers tended to Tagovailoa on the field, and he was able to jog off under his own power. He immediately went into a sideline tent to receive medical attention. He missed Alabama's next offensive series and was replaced by Jalen Hurts.

Tagovailoa spent nearly 10 minutes in the tent, with his parents coming down from the stands to visit him.

"Tua is OK. He got the same injury as he had before," coach Nick Saban told ESPN after the game. "We just didn't put him back in the game."

Saban added in his postgame news conference that Tagovailoa could have gone back into the game and wanted to get back in, but Saban decided against it.

Tagovailoa, a Heisman Trophy front-runner, injured the knee a week earlier during a win over Arkansas. Saban labeled the injury a sprain on Thursday and noted that Tagovailoa hadn't missed any reps in practice.

Hurts, who started 28 straight games with a record of 26-2 prior to becoming a backup this season, came on for the injured Tagovailoa. The junior and former SEC Offensive Player of the Year has appeared in every game this season, completing 30 of 42 passes for 453 yards, five touchdowns and one interception.

Tagovailoa has started every game this season. The sophomore from Hawaii entered the weekend having thrown for 1,495 yards, 18 touchdowns and no interceptions.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

WWE Talent Is Uncomfortable With Saudi Arabia Show—And They Should Be

WWE Talent Is Uncomfortable With Saudi Arabia Show—And They Should Be
WWE Talent Is Uncomfortable With Saudi Arabia Show—And They Should Be

WWE Talent Is Uncomfortable With Saudi Arabia Show—And They Should Be WWE needs transparency in its relationship with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. If an exorbitant amount of money makes the deal worthwhile, then WWE should state the obvious and say so. But keeping the deal with the General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia is problematic for a number of reasons. With female talent not allowed to perform in the country, the Saudi deal hurts WWE’s efforts to champion their women’s revolution.

That was evident from the moment the partnership was announced. The new issue is the recent human rights violation that occurred in Turkey—where the Saudi government allegedly ordered and carried out the murder of a prominent Saudi journalist,

Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, who had been critical of the regime. The right decision for WWE should be simple: Indefinitely suspend all shows in Saudi Arabia. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, multiple members of the WWE talent roster have expressed discomfort with the idea of performing in Saudi Arabia, especially given the nation’s poor record with human rights.

In WWE’s defense, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sold them on a vision of a progressive nation. He appeared earnest in his pursuit of Western entertainment, and sold potential business partners on a vision of a progressive Saudi Arabia, while taking modest steps—such as allowing women the right to drive—to give them reason to believe he was sincere.

WWE is far from alone in its business endeavors with Saudi Arabia. Virgin Group founder Richard Branson was another significant partner with a space tourism venture, but he halted his $1 billion investment project with Saudi Arabia following the news of Khashoggi’s disappearance.

Numerous top business executives, including Dara Khosrowshahi of Uber, Jamie Dimon of J.P. Morgan Chase and Bill Ford of Ford Motor, have also announced they would no longer be attending the Future Investment Initiative conference later this month in Saudi Arabia.


Monday, October 15, 2018

#10 Neymar

#10 Neymar

Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, commonly known as Neymar Jr. or simply Neymar, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a forward for French club Paris Saint-Germain and the Brazil national team. He is considered to be one of the best players in the world.

Date of Birth: Feb 5, 1992
Place of Birth: Mogi das Cruzes  Brazil
Age:                    26
Height:                1,75 m
Nationality: Brazil  Brazil
Position:              Forward - Left Winger
Foot:                   both
Player Agent: Mjf Publicidade e Promoções
Current club: Paris Saint-Germain Paris Saint-Germain
Joined:               Aug 3, 2017
Contract until: 30.06.2022
Outfitter:            Nike Nike Mercurial Vapor 360 Nike
Shoe model: Nike Mercurial Vapor 360 since Mar 28, 2018

Tony Brown activated to Packers 53-man roster

Tony Brown activated to Packers 53-man roster

The Green Bay Packers have elevated former Alabama cornerback Tony Brown to their 53-man roster. Brown went undrafted in the 2018 NFL Draft but signed with the Los Angeles Chargers and was released after the preseason. The Packers signed Brown to their Practice squad on September 3. 

Green Bay elevated Brown after defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson was placed on injured reserve. Their secondary has struggled with injuries as well, making the move convenient.  

Brown played four seasons at Alabama, winning national titles in 2015 and 2017. He finished his career with 89 tackles and 3 interceptions. He will have the opportunity to see the field alongside pro bowl safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, another former Alabama defensive back.

Source: TDA

Chelsea vs. Manchester United - English Premier League (20/10/2018) Live Streaming

Chelsea vs. Manchester United - English Premier League (20/10/2018) Live Streaming

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