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Monday, 26 June 2017

Another german club were beaten 24 : 0 at home, Saxonia Bernsbach 0 : Erzgebirge Aue 24

Another german club were beaten 24 : 0 at home, Saxonia Bernsbach 0 : Erzgebirge Aue 24

Another german club beaten 24:0 at home.
It was the same opponent that played 25:0 a fourthnight ago. Come to
think of it why is this club so hot like this i mean Aue of german
second division. take a look at the result here.
Saxonia Bernsbach 0 : 24 Erzgebirge Aue.
I hope this football club transfer same when the league start.
Another german club beaten 24 : 0 at home, Saxonia Bernsbach 0 :
Erzgebirge Aue 24
Has this ever happened in the history of the football club.
Soccershell wil take a look at this in the next post. Stay cool.

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Cahill set for 100th cap and a place in Australia history

Cahill set for 100th cap and a place in Australia history

The Australian Tim Cahill will be the first outfield player to earn
100 senior caps for Australia, with only Mark Schwarzer ahead on the
all-time list.
Tim Cahill is set to become the first outfield player to win 100
senior caps for Australia.
The 37-year-old has been named in the starting line-up for Sunday's
Confederations Cup clash with Chile, meaning he is poised to earn a
place in Socceroos history.
He will be the second Australia player to reach the 100-cap milestone
after former Chelsea goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, who made 109
appearances between 1993 and 2013.
Sydney-born Cahill did not make his debut until the age of 24 and
required a FIFA ruling in order to represent Australia, having played
at youth level for Samoa, the country of his mother.
Head coach Ange Postecoglou said this week that the former Everton
star should be held in the highest regard for his "world-class"
contribution to Australian sport.
"He's a great Australian, transcending sport," he said. "One hundred
games for your country and every one of them earned.
"He's just a great Australian, and hopefully recognition for this is
not just from the football community but from the nation as a whole.
"I've got no doubt that if it was any other sport in this country he
would be held up as that.
"He's conquered the world. He's scored at three World Cups. If that's
not world class then I don't know what is."

Saturday, 24 June 2017

Messi at 30:- The prizes that got away with Argentina

Messi at 30:- The prizes that got away with Argentina

The Heartbreaking final defeats mostly by Chile in 2014, 2015 and 2016
provide a fitting summary of Lionel Messi's disappointments at
international level.
He is the man who appears to have it all, but as he celebrates turning
30 there remains the lingering sense that his career record is lacking
something very vital.
For all of his remarkable achievements with Barcelona, senior
international titles have proven the other way, though he did win the
Under-20 World Cup in 2005 and gold at the Olympic Games three years
later.
Those not inconsiderable honours aside, Messi has rather been met with
disappointment and heartache while representing Argentina.
Here at soccershell, we take a look at the prizes that have eluded
Messi's grasp and his chances of setting the record straight in Russia
in the near future.
World Cup final (2014): Argentina 0-1 Germany (aet)
When measured against the all-time greats, one thing has always proven
to be easy pickings for Messi's detractors – unlike Pele and
compatriot Diego Maradona, he has not won a World Cup.
That argument could have been laid to rest in Brazil, where Messi
scored four goals to help Alejandro Sabella's side secure a final
clash with Germany.
But Messi was below-par at the Maracana and Argentina fell to a 1-0
extra-time loss courtesy of Mario Gotze's goal, with the Barca star
having fired a late free-kick off target.
He was named the player of the tournament in the immediate aftermath,
but showed little interest in the award as a far greater prize had
just slipped through his fingers.
Copa America final (2015): Argentina 0-0 Chile (aet, 1-4 pens)
Messi did not shy away from his spot-kick duties when the 2015 Copa
America final went to penalties against hosts Chile.
At the end of a tournament in which Messi scored only once, he stepped
up to take Argentina's opening effort, just as he had in the
quarter-final win over Colombia.
The result was the same – Messi found the net, but was then reduced to
the role of spectator.
And what followed was agonising to watch for the diminutive forward,
as misses from Gonzalo Higuain and Ever Banega preceded Alexis
Sanchez's decisive strike.
Copa America final (2016): Argentina 0-0 Chile (aet, 2-4 pens)
The Copa America Centenario proved a far more productive one for
Messi, who hit five goals in Argentina's march to yet another final
against Chile.
Gerardo Martino's men scored 18 times in the USA, including a 2-1
triumph over Chile on their way to winning Group D.
But when the final rolled around, the goals dried up, with a 0-0
stalemate ensuring more shoot-out drama.
Messi again went first, but this time blazed well over the crossbar.
The crushing blow of the subsequent loss forced him into a decision to
retire from the international game, though he later changed his mind.
Russia 2018...
An inconsistent CONMEBOL qualifying campaign, hampered by a four-match
ban for Messi that was later overturned, has left Argentina in a
perilous position in their bid to reach Russia.
Edgardo Bauza paid the price shortly after a 2-0 loss to Bolivia, with
Jorge Sampaoli appointed in an attempt to get them over the line in
the final four matches.
At present Argentina are only in line for a play-off spot, with
Ecuador now hot on their heels.
Messi will carry the heavy burden of expectation as Argentina seeking
to avoid their first qualifying failure since 1970.

Friday, 23 June 2017

Salah signing takes Liverpool a step closer to title says Berger

Salah signing takes Liverpool a step closer to title says Berger

Notably as a big-money move to Liverpool, much is expected of the
former Roma star Mohamed Salah.
Nevertheless, Mohamed Salah is exactly the type of signing Liverpool
needed to advance their Premier League title hopes, according to
Patrick Berger, who also warned that more reinforcements are required
to realise that dream.
The former chelsea winger arrived from Serie A runners-up 'Roma' on a
long-term deal on Thursday, securing a return to the English top
flight for an initial €42million following his less-than-impressive
spell with Chelsea.
He proved a revelation in Italy, having scored 34 goals in 83
appearances in all competitions for Roma, and former Anfield favourite
Berger believes Jurgen Klopp has got his hands on an excellent talent.
"He's a good player, technically he's very good, fast, he can score
goals, create goals. He proved that last year in Italy," the Czech
told Omnisport at the Icons of Football 2017 at The Belfry.
"He has been already in the Premier League so he knows what to expect.
I think he is a better player than when he was in the Premier League a
couple of years ago. It's a great addition to the squad."
BREAKING NEWS:- Pellegrino appointed Southampton manager

BREAKING NEWS:- Pellegrino appointed Southampton manager

Having sacked Claude Puel after just one season at the helm
Southampton have replaced him with Mauricio Pellegrino. From direct
source Mauricio Pellegrino has been confirmed as the new Southampton
manager on a three-year deal, succeeding the sacked Claude Puel.
The Saints sacked Claude Puel this month after just one season at the
helm, despite having reached the EFL Cup final and secured a top-eight
finish.
It outlines the weighty expectations that will be on Pellegrino's
shoulders, with the 45-year-old having last been in charge at Alaves.
He guided the LaLiga club to their first ever Copa del Rey final in
2016-17, in which they were beaten 3-1 by Barcelona."I am really happy
to become the new coach of Southampton football club," said the
Argentine, whose playing career included a spell at Liverpool, where
he also worked as a coach alongside Rafael Benitez. "The club has a
great reputation for having a strong and stable structure, competing
in the Premier League and playing attractive football.
"I think my philosophy and the culture of the club will work well
together. We have to be a team on and off the pitch; I want to make
the supporters proud of the players and to feel part of the game every
week. I want to win matches, be successful and develop a team spirit
where everyone gives 100 per cent and supports each other.
"I am excited and passionate about what the future holds for us and
look forward to meeting the players and beginning our preparation for
the new season."

Thursday, 22 June 2017

China U20s set to play in German league next season

China U20s set to play in German league next season

Hopefully, the Regionalliga Sudwest, Germany's fourth tier, could
include China Under-20s next season if an agreement is reached with
the FA. China's Under-20 team are set compete by next season in the
fourth tier of Germany as they look to step up their preparations for
2020 Olympic Games.
According to a report by Bild, a deal between the Football
Associations of China and Germany that will see the youth team join
the Regionalliga Sudwest from the 2017-18 season is close to being
finalised.With only 19 teams in the division, the addition of the
China U20s would avoid one club going without a fixture each matchday.
"All 19 clubs in the league have signalled their approval for the
Chinese to play, so I see the project in a good position," said Felix
Wiedemann, managing director of the Regionalliga Sudwest, to Bild. It
is claimed the Chinese FA will pay each club €15,000 per game, with
all matches to be played at the respective home of the German team.
"The clubs are in favour of the idea," DFB vice-president Ronny
Zimmerman told Kicker.
"The planned co-operation with China is well-known and of course we
need good content for it, so we have to see if the idea comes to
fruition."