Friday, January 30, 2015
In the year 2014 there were big transfers in England. 1 ) England spent 770 , seven hundred and seventy million pounds on transfers alone. 2) Spain spent 318 million pounds on transfers during the same period. Or sixty seven percent less.. 3) Spain had the biggest share in transfer for players under 18 years. 4) In England there were 1,263 transfers done both in and out of England that year. 5) A total of 155 million pounds for the agents alone. When a agent completes a deal, the player keeps ten percent , the agent keeps ten percent and the rest goes to the selling club. 6) Brazil was the country where the most transfers were done from, a total of 1335 footballers were transferred.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
All hopeful football prodigy's need not be a success at their clubs. They may have great talent but possibly the pressure was to much.Take the few of them here. 1) Nicolas Bendtner. Arsenal. 2) Fredrick Macheida. Manchester United. 3) Anderson. Manchester United. In fact Anderson after staying in England for eight long years, he even refused to learn a single word of English. So the Norweign prodigy martin Odegaard need not be a wonder kid at Real Madrid either , time will tell.
It is reported in the L, EQUIPE that Arsenal are in the mood to sign a very proven striker at the club , mainly after both Lukas Podolski left on a loan to Italy with Inter Milan and Joel Campbell on a loan with the Spanish club Villarreal. Well who do you think the press is talking about at the closing days of the January transfer window? He is the Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic , who had made a name for himself at Bayern Munich, and who was got at Atletico Madrid to fill the shoes of the departed Diego Costa , who joined Chelsea for over thirty two million pounds. It also said that Arsenal are willing to pay the 26, twenty six million pounds in his buy out clause. But what we must remember here is that Atletico Madrid are in debt of about ninety million pounds or so, and are forced to sell their players against their will.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Arsenal have finally signed Gabriel Paulista , from the Spanish club Villarreal, also called the Yellow Submarines, as they play in a all yellow kit, after the song made famous by the Beatles. Gabriel Paulista is a Brazilian footballer, a central defender, but who has not played as yet for Brazil. The price is said to be eleven million pounds. Arsenal did have trouble where this transfer was concerned, as he was not having a work permit, and was not from the E.U country. And in the part of the transfer was that the Costa Rican striker Joel Campbell would join Villarreal ona season long loan.
The disciplinary panel which judged the crazy behavior of Cristiano Ronaldo on the pitch verses Cordoba. Here he slapped a player punched another and even kicked him, but what was the punishment given to him. It is absolutely disgusting on the part of the panel as they gave him just a two match ban, just because he was Cristiano Ronaldo and a Real Madrid player. The biggest culprit here is the referee who calmly says that he never saw the incident , only showed the red card for kicking.But we can see it on T.V. in India, and there were actually four referees on the pitch, any one could have brought it to the referees notice, shame on these so called referees, who are paid per game. Would lionel Messi or for the fact Luis Suarez from Barcelona be given two match bans if they did the same thing? I doubt it they would give them lengthy bans for sure. The rules clearly say if a player gets a straight red card he must miss three matches, and one match if he is shown a red card after two yellow cards. Is Ronaldo fit to be role model for boys as Ball on D or winner?