Sunday, September 27, 2015

Robert Vincent Peace - Sydney soccer match fight leaves player with fractured jaw

Robert Vincent peace - The aunt of a teenage soccer player left with a fractured jaw after an on-field fight has blasted the attackers, saying she hopes those responsible are banned for life.

Under-17 teams from Arncliffe Aurora and Pendle Hill football clubs faced off at South Granville in Sydney's west on Sunday, with Pendle Hill winning the game 4-2.

Sydney soccer match fight

A fight broke out between several of the players at the end of the match, police said.Tim Alderton, 17, believed to be a Pendle Hill defender, suffered a fractured jaw and was taken to hospital.His aunt, Cathy Nuttall, said Tim was hit five times in the face and was in hospital "despite never throwing a punch himself". All so unnecessary, just because a bunch of teenage thugs have not learnt how to lose a football match and were itching for a fight, she wrote on Facebook.I hope the idiots involved are banned from the sport for life.

Ms Nuttall said Tim, who was due to write his HSC exams in a week, was a fantastic soccer player and good sport. A witness who was at the Ray Marshall Reserve when the confrontation unfolded claimed an Arncliffe player, who was sent off earlier in the game, ran back on to the field as the players were shaking hands.The boys were going to shake hands and he came back on and king hit one of the players and broke his jaw," the man, who asked not to be named, told Fairfax Media.

He was threatening a referee and was sent off earlier.The man said he had been involved with the sport for a quarter of a century and had never seen violence like it. I thought it was just disgusting," he said. "We are about playing football and I've never seen any violence like it.

Football NSW confirmed two Arncliffe players were red-carded in the second half of the game - one for receiving a second yellow card and another for "dissent towards the referee".

There are literally thousands of matches played across the state through the football season and I can guarantee this matter is an isolated case and actions like these are not a part of game we are continuing to build," Football NSW chief executive Eddie Moore said.

I have been able to speak with the father of the player involved and offered our support to the family.Football NSW will decide what, if any, charges will be laid, with sanctions ranging from fines to suspension.NSW Police are also conducting an investigation.

Rosehill police acting Superintendent Neil Hallinan said the incident was a classic case of "unsportsman-like behaviour".Acts of thuggery like this can't be tolerated on the soccer field or anywhere else," he told reporters. In a statement posted on Facebook, the Arncliffe Aurora Football Club said it was conducting an internal investigation and working with Granville police.

We are gathering factual information whilst piecing together a chronological report of the events that took place," the club said."AAFC does not condone violence in sport and will be dealing with the culprits in an applicable manner." The injured teen was expected to undergo surgery at Westmead Hospital on Monday.The injury will rule him out for the season two weeks ahead of the semi-final for the NSW Champion of Champions competition.

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Sunday, September 20, 2015

Robert Vincent Peace - Lloyd Hat Trick Leads WNT to 8-0 Victory against Haiti in Birmingham

Robert Vincent Peace - Carli Lloyd Tallies Second Straight Hat Trick as WNT Pushes Unbeaten Streak on U.S. Soil to 100 Games in Front of Record Crowd in Birmingham

Carli Lloyd

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (Sept. 20, 2015) – The World Cup Champion U.S. Women’s National Team continued its Victory Tour with an 8-0 win against Haiti in front of a record crowd of 35,753 at Legion Field in Birmingham, Ala. The crowd was the largest ever for a stand-alone WNT match in the southeastern United States. 

It only took a minute for the U.S. to find the net as Kelley O’Hara took a short corner and crossed it in to Julie Johnston, who converted for the match’s first goal. The goal was one of five that would come for the WNT in the first half. Lloyd scored her first on a penalty kick in the 16th minute and one minute later Crystal Dunn put in her second goal in as many games after receiving a brilliant through ball from Megan Rapinoe. Lloyd would close out the half with two goals to complete her hat trick and in doing so became just the fifth American player with five international hat tricks (Hamm, Parlow, Wambach, Akers), three of which she has earned in the WNT’s last five games. 

The USA continued to dominate possession and produced a number of chances in the second half. Amy Rodriguez converted the sixth goal of the game six minutes into the second frame, while Alex Morgan and Heather O’Reilly each tallied in the final five minutes of regulation to bring the WNT scoring total to eight and seal the win for the USA, which pushed its unbeaten streak at home to 100 consecutive games (88-0-12). 

It will be a month before the WNT takes the field again when they will match up with Brazil for a pair of matches that continue the Victory Tour. The first match will be in the Pacific Northwest at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington. on Oct. 20. After that the team will travel back across the country for the second match at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida, on Oct. 25.

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Monday, September 7, 2015

Robert Vincent Peace - New Jersey girl found dead after sleepover with soccer team

SEWELL, New Jersey – A soccer club’s slumber party turned tragic Saturday when one of their teammates failed to wake up, according to the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office.

Kara Lemanowicz, 14, met up with friends for a sleepover Friday night on Barnsboro Road.

The girls slept together in a tent outside that night, but when they woke up Lemanowicz was unresponsive.

The homeowners called police around 9 a.m., according to officials.

The Eastern Girls Soccer team tweeted Saturday that “She went to sleep with a smile and among friends.”

As an incoming freshman at Eastern High School, she had recently made the soccer team and was looking forward to her first season.

According to the prosecutor’s office, no foul play or substances are suspected in the girl’s death.  A full report from the medical examiner has not been disclosed.

A fundraiser has been organized online to cover funeral costs; by Monday evening more than $33,000 had been donated.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

Robert Vincent Peace - How to Become an Advanced Soccer Player

Soccer is a great sport to get involved with. To become an advanced player, however, you need to start early and work hard. You'll need to work on your fitness, and learn to imitate the soccer greats, but most of all you'll need to have enthusiasm for the game. So get out on that field and start practicing

Try out for the local club team, if you are not already on a team

Also, look for local "club" teams to try out for. Your current ability will dictate what clubs you will be able to play for. Do research on the clubs history as well as the coaches and their backgrounds. If you are student, try out for a club at school.

Play with your non-dominant foot all the time

Some shots are better done with your left foot and others are better done with your right foot and using your non-dominant foot will practice it up for future shots that are better done with that foot. If you don't know which foot that is, it's probably the foot on the same side of your body as your non-dominant hand.

Work on your ball handling skills to be a high-level soccer player 

As well as practicing twice a week with your team(s), you should be practicing by yourself or with friends to perfect passing, shooting, dribbling, foot skills, and moves—either in your backyard or an open field. The following are some of the things you should work on. Juggling: although this is not directly used in the actual game of soccer, being a better juggler will improve your 'touch' and overall comfort with the ball. Dribbling: practice dribbling in a thirty yard area. Dribble with your laces using both feet. After doing several repetitions of these, use only the outside and inside of your feet. Alternating inside/outside every touch.

Work on different aspects of fitness to be a fit soccer player

There are three main aspects you should work on. These are stamina, speed and strength. To work on (a) endurance run 2–3 miles (3.2–4.8 km) twice a week and improve on your time each week. Soccer is also a game of (b) speed. To improve your speed, work on sprinting. Find a soccer field, start from the goal line and sprint to midfield, from there jog to the next end line. Repeat this step then walk the length of the field to cool down. Do this as long as possible until you are too fatigued to continue or for about 15 minutes. Your age will determine what you can do for (c) strength.

Hire an individual trainer, if you have different goals than that of the team(s) you are on

Many very well qualified coaches or college soccer players train individuals by the hour and are relatively cheap. This direct attention on the player and their needs is an excellent way to become a great player much faster.

You can also get a group of friends to go out and play mini scrimmages. This can help improve your ball work, and you can get tips form your friends along the way.

Go to your local library and find some books about soccer. A very helpful book is "Soccer for Dummies.

Get advice from your soccer coach 

They have seen many different players and probably your mistakes can be caught better by someone who constantly watches you play.

Learn which foot is more favorable to use depending on the situation

Aim with the side of your foot

Follow a training schedule 

This should be a ritual, and not something you choose to do on certain days or at certain times. Training with a soccer ball 3-4 times a week will definitely improve your skill. Volley against a wall, or practice shooting with both feet on a trampoline or goal, if you have one. Practice foot skills, and juggle. Juggling will help with ball control. You should do this with both feet, so you are comfortable with both feet. Also, shoot and volley with both feet. You will definitely see an improvement!

Perfect advanced moves 

First warm up by spending your time with the ball alone: Dribble much faster with accuracy. Keep your head up slightly as you dribble the ball so you can see the field. Here are some popular moves which you should learn

Flip Flap

Move the ball with your outside foot to the outside and then quickly flip the ball back with the inside of your foot.
In short, wrap your foot around the ball.

Stop and Go 
This move is probably the most popular move in soccer.
Jog slowly with the ball.
Stop for a moment.
Then, just run fast past the defender.

The sweep

Sweep the ball over to the other foot and make a shot.
Try to make it look like you're going to shoot but dragging the ball to the other foot.

The Drag 

This is a good move if you want to switch directions and go the other way on the dribble.
Drag the ball between your legs and bring the back foot over the ball.


Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Robert Vincent peace - FIFA World Cup Winners List

Federation International de Football Association (FIFA), football’s global governing body founded the FIFA World Cup in 1930. It is an international association football competition that is held every four years. It was not held in 1942 and 1946, because of World War II. The current tournament involves 32 teams at various venues in a host nation decided by FIFA. During the preceding three years FIFA holds a qualification phase to determine which teams qualify for the World Cup Finals.

The FIFA World Cup has been held 18 times and only 7 nations have won this prestigious tournament. Brazil is the only country to have played in all the tournaments to date and to have won a total of five FIFA World Cups. Current title holders Italy are close behind with four titles, Germany with three, Argentina and Uruguay with two each and England and France with one title each. The tournament did not always feature 32 teams in the run for the trophy. It was first expanded to 24 teams in 1982 and later to 32 in 1998 to enable more teams from Africa, Asia, and North America to participate. Nevertheless the tournament has always been dominated by the South American and European countries that have been playing in the World Cup since 1930.

The FIFA World Cup is the most widely-viewed single sport event in the world with the final match of the 2006 World Cup being viewed by over 715 million people all over the world.
The trophy awarded from 1930 to 1946 was originally called the World Cup or Coup du Monde, it was renamed the Jules Rimet trophy in 1946. In 1970 Brazil was allowed to keep the trophy permanently after winning the World Cup thrice. The currently used trophy, the FIFA World Cup was designed by Italian designer Silvio Gazzinga and is made of solid gold and the base made of semi-precious malachite and the trophy bears the engraved year and name of every World Cup winner since 1974. A comprehensive list of winners of the FIFA World Cup since its introduction in 1930 is given below.

Football World Cup Winners

Hosts Winner                                  Score

2014        Brazil                                  Germany  Germany 1-0 Argentina
2010        South Africa                           Spain Spain 1-0 Netherlands
2006       Germany                                   Italy 1-1, then Italy beat France 5-3 in penalties
2002       Japan / S. Korea                   Brazil Brazil 2-0 Germany
1998       France                                   France France 3-0 Brazil
1994       USA                                           Brazil 0-0, then Brazil defeated Italy 3-2 in penalties
1990       Italy                                           Germany Germany 1-0 Argentina
1986       Mexico                                   Argentina Argentina 3-2 Germany
1982       Spain                                   Italy Italy 3-1 Germany
1978       Argentina                                  Argentina Argentina 3-1 Holland
1974       Germany                                  Germany Germany 2-1 Holland
1970       Mexico                                  Brazil Brazil 4-1 Italy
1966       England                                  England England 4-2 Germany
1962       Chile Brazil                          Brazil 3-1 Czechoslovakia
1958       Sweden                                  Brazil Brazil 5-2 Sweden
1954       Switzerland                          Germany Germany 3-2 Hungary
1950       Brazil                                  Uruguay Uruguay 2-1 Brazil
1946       not held
1942       not held
1938      France                                   Italy Italy 4-2 Hungary
1934      Italy                                           Italy Italy 2-1 Czechoslovakia
1930     Uruguay                                   Uruguay Uruguay 4-2 Argentina

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Robert Vincent peace - Why do some people call it soccer?

Known to most of the rest of the world as football, or “futbol,” the beautiful game is almost exclusively referred to as soccer in the United States, but many Americans may be surprised to learn that our outlier moniker actually originated across the pond.


Games played by kicking, hitting, throwing or carrying a ball have been around for thousands of years, but in the mid-to-late-19th century many sports—such as baseball, soccer, and American football—codified their rulebooks into the forms we recognize today. Modern soccer was born in 1863, when representatives from several English schools and clubs got together to standardize a single set of rules for their matches. They dubbed their new organization the Football Association, and their version of the game became known as “Association Football.” The word association was used to distinguish their specific sport from other popular games of the day such as “rugby football.”

The word soccer comes from a slang abbreviation of the word association, which British players of the day adapted as “assoc,” “assoccer” and eventually soccer or soccer football. (The habit of adding –er to nicknames in British vernacular is frequently attributed to Oxford students of that period, and can be found in other sporting slang such as “rugger” for rugby.)

The parallel names soccer and football (or the combined soccer football) were used more or less interchangeably to refer to association football until well into the 20th century, at which point football emerged as the dominant name in most parts of the world. However, in countries where another football variety was already popular—such as America and Australia—the name soccer stuck around.


Thursday, August 6, 2015


Here We Going To Make The List of Top 10 Most Popular Sports in The World. Most popular could mean most watched, most played, or most revenue-generating Sports. we will concentrate on the sports are most watched in the world.


At the top of the list is soccer with 3.3-3.5 billion fans all around the Europe, Africa, Asia, Americas, etc.
Association football, commonly known as football or soccer, is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. It is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries, making it the world’s most popular sport. The game is played on a rectangular field with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to score by using any part of the body besides the arms and hands to get the football into the opposing goal. The goalkeepers are the only players allowed to touch the ball with their hands or arms while it is in play and then only in their penalty area.



Cricket is 2nd Most Popular Sport in the World with 2-3 billion fans (Across India, UK, Pakistan, Asia, Australia, etc.
Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of 11 players on a field at the center of which is a rectangular 22-yard long pitch. Each team takes it in turn to bat, attempting to score runs, while the other team fields. Each turn is known as an innings.



With round about 2-3 billion fans US, Canada, chaina and philippine mainly, Basketball is the 3rd and last sport of our List.
One of Most Paying Sports: Basketball is a sport played by two teams of five players on a rectangular court. The objective is to shoot a ball through a hoop 18 inches (46 cm) in diameter and 10 feet (3.0 m) high mounted to a backboard at each end. A team can score a field goal by shooting the ball through the basket during regular play. A field goal scores two points for the shooting team if a player is touching or closer to the basket than the three-point line, and three points if the player is behind the three-point line. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. Basketball is The 3rd Most Played and Watched Sport in the World.

Basket Ball


Hockey [ field + Ice] is the 3rd Most Popular Sport on Earth With 2-2.2 billion fans in Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia etc.
Hockey is a family of sports in which two teams play against each other by trying to maneuver a ball or a puck into the opponent’s goal using a hockey stick. In many areas, one sport (typically field hockey or ice hockey is generally referred to simply as hockey. both forms of hockey a lot popular in the world. Field Hockey is the National game of Pakistan and India Also. at the other hand ICE HOCKEY is Lot More Popular in Europe specially in Canada, USA, Latvia and Sweden . Above Mentioned  Number of Fans Are For The Both Forms Of Hockey.



At No 5 in This List is Tennis . with the Around 1 billion fans around the Europe, Americas, Asia.
Tennis is a sport that people usually play individually against a single opponent (singles) or between two teams of two players each (doubles). Each player uses a racket that is strung with cord to strike a hollow rubber ball covered with felt over or around a net and into the opponent’s court. The object of the game is to play the ball in such a way that the opponent is not able to play a good return.



With Around 900 million fans Across Asia, Europe, Americas, Australia Volleyball is the 6th Most Popular Sport in the World.
Volleyball is a team sport in which two teams of six players are separated by a net. Each team tries to score points by grounding a ball on the other team’s court under organized rules.[1] It has been a part of the official program of the Summer Olympic Games since 1964.

Volley Ball

Table Tennis

Around 900 million fans from Asia, Europe, Africa and Americas makes Table Tennis 7th most popular sports in the world.
Table tennis, also known as ping pong, is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball back and forth using table tennis rackets. The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net. Except for the initial serve, players must allow a ball played toward them only one bounce on their side of the table and must return it so that it bounces on the opposite side.

Table Tannis


There are Around 500 million fans in US, Japan, Cuba, Dominican Republic , making Baseball 8th Most Popular Sport in the World.
Baseball is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of nine players who take turns batting and fielding. The offense attempts to score more runs than its opponents by hitting a ball thrown by the pitcher with a bat and moving counter-clockwise around a series of four bases: first, second, third and home plate. A run is scored when the runner advances around the bases and returns to home plate.

Base Ball


Rugby is widely played In France and has a strong tradition in the Basque, Occitan, and Catalan people areas along the border regions between Spain and France. The game is very popular in South Africa, having been introduced by English-speaking settlers in the 19th century. British colonists also brought the game with them to Australia and New Zealand, where the game is widely played. It has spread thence to much of Polynesia, having particularly strong followings in Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga.



Golf is at No 10 in Popularity in the World Among other Sports. with more then 390 million fans in US, Canada, Europe.
Golf is a precision club and ball sport in which competing players use many types of clubs to hit balls into a series of holes on a course using the fewest number of strokes. Golf is defined, in the rules of golf, as “playing a ball with a club from the teeing ground into the hole by a stroke or successive strokes in accordance with the Rules.