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Man United vs. Tottenham I EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS I Premier League 8/27/18 I NBC Sports

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Watch the extended highlights between Man United and Tottenham during matchweek three of the 2018-2019 Premier League season. #ManUnited #Tottenham #PremierLeague

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Δόξα Δράμας – ΝΠΣ Βόλος 2-1 Τα γκολ της ανατροπής Football League 2η αγ. {4.11.2018}

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ΜΕ ΑΝΑΤΡΟΠΗ Η ΔΟΞΑ ΤΟΝ ΒΟΛΟ
Η Δόξα Δράμας σημείωσε τη δεύτερη νίκη της στο πρωτάθλημα. Μετά το 2-3 στην πρεμιέρα απέναντι στα Τρίκαλα, οι μαυραετοί υπέταξαν με ανατροπή τον δυνατό ΝΠΣ Βόλο. Το 0-1 για την ομάδα του Χουάν Φεράντο σημείωσε στο 38′ ο Ηλιόπουλος με κεφαλιά. Πρωταγωνιστής των νικητών ήταν ο Κουσκουνάς, ο οποίος πέρασε στο ματς στο 57′ και 13 λεπτά αργότερα σκόραρε το δεύτερο τέρμα και «υπέγραψε» το δεύτερο διαδοχικό τρίποντο. Στο 64′ ισοφάρισε ο Ροτζέριο Μάρτινς με σουτ, ενώ ο Κουσκουνάς στο 70′ σκόραρε με σουτ, από πάσα του Μπαϊκαρά. Υπενθυμίζεται ότι οι ηττημένοι είχαν επικρατήσει στην πρεμιέρα 7-0 του Καραϊσκάκη.

ΔΟΞΑ ΔΡΑΜΑΣ (Στάικος Βεργέτης): Πίτκας, Ανδρέου, Μακρής, Σιώπης (25′ Μπαϊκαρά), Ρουγκάλας (57′ Κουσκουνάς), Πεταυράκης, Ριζογιάννης, Μάρτινς, Πατράλης, Κρουθ, Πέρεθ (77′ Καψάλης).

ΒΟΛΟΣ (Χουάν Φεράντο): Καραγκιολίδης, Ντεντάκης, Ουνγιαλίδης, Δημόπουλος (58′ Ρούσσος), Γκαλίτσιος, Πίτου Γκαρσία, Ν’ Γκουέμ (72′ Λούκας Γκαρσία), Πέντα (55′ Καμπαγιέρο), Κότο, Μάντζης, Ηλιόπουλος.

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Βοηθοί: Γεωργακόπουλος (Πειραιά), Πλάκας (Δυτ. Αττικής)

Trent Alexander-Arnold Tells His Amazing Story | Local Lad To Premier League Star

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Liverpool’s rookie right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold may not have been born when Rushie left Anfield, let alone when an ’80s advert immortalised the Welshman’s penchant for milk, but he’s aiming to repeat his Reds glory.

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Pep Guardiola: Man City missing ‘something special’ to win Champions League

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Pep Guardiola has said he doesn’t feel Manchester City are ready to win the Champions League. Speaking ahead of his team’s match against Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday, Guardiola said “something special” was missing from the club’s bid to conquer Europe. Manchester City thrashed Burnley 5-0 to lead the English Premier League with 23 points after nine matches. 
Guardiola’s team, second in Group F with three points, are under pressure to win the match in Ukraine after losing at home 2-1 against Olympic Lyon last September.

All the Angles | Anthony Martial v Newcastle United | Premier League

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Mesut Ozil – Top-5 Arsenal Premier League goals

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We all know that Mesut Ozil is great for an assist, but he’s not bad in front of goal either. Here are his five best Arsenal strikes in the Premier League.

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When Norwich Nearly Won The Premier League: A Brief History Of

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Iain Macintosh recounts Norwich City’s brilliant and bemusing 1992/93 season. Norwich City were the “proto-Leicester” of the inaugural Premier League season, and Macintosh tells of the highs and lows of the mighty canaries.
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FC Barcelona – The Rivalry With Real Madrid

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As long as there have been sport teams, there have been rivalries. Whether it’s the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox or the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns, the two rival teams inevitably end up meeting again and again, forming an ongoing heated rivalry that delights fans of the sport. One such rivalry is between Spanish football teams FC Barcelona and Real Madrid.

FC Barcelona (also known as Barça by its fans) and Real Madrid are two of the earliest Spanish football teams, both forming in the 1890s. From the start, the two teams were seen as representatives of two rival regions of Spain, the ancient kingdoms of Castile and Catalonia. Both teams were part of La Liga, a Spanish football league and a rivalry that went far beyond football quickly took root.

It was during and after the Spanish Civil War that the rivalry took on more political overtones. Dictator Francisco Franco banned all peripheral languages, such as Catalan, the language of Barcelona. Catalonia had long been associated with more progressive fashions and political ideas, such as democracy-which was the diametric opposite of Franco’s dictatorial regime. FC Barcelona suffered as a result of being a part of the Catalonian culture. Real Madrid, on the other hand, was seen by many Spaniards (and Catalonians in particular) as the “establishment” club. Though Franco seemed to favor Real Madrid, members of both teams suffered under his regime.

The fierce rivalry continued into the 1950s when both clubs sought to sign Alfredo Di Stefano to play for them. Real Madrid eventually won out and Alfredo Di Stefano went on to lead them to many wins. FC Barcelona and Real Madrid went head-to-head twice at the European Cup in the 1960s, with Real Madrid winning one and FC Barcelona winning the other. The two teams clashed once again over a player in 2000 when Luis Figo left FC Barcelona and signed with Real Madrid. FC Barcelona and Real Madrid competed against each other again in the UEFA Champions League semi-final in 2002, with Real Madrid getting the win. The Spanish media dubbed the match “The Match of the Century”.

In the mid-2000s, the rivalry ascended to further heights when it acquired its own name, El Clasico. The term El Clasico was traditionally assigned to any South American football rivalry, but the growth of football in the Americas coupled with these two great teams’ rivalry led to the coining of the term as applied to FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. This was mostly a marketing scheme communicated via GolTV, an all-football satellite channel, but the term has been embraced by fans worldwide.

El Clasico shows no signs of slowing. To this very day, the two teams inevitably seek each other out on the field to find out who is the best team in Spain. Sometimes FC Barcelona wins and sometimes Real Madrid wins, but ultimately football fans worldwide are the ones who win whenever these two giants meet on the field.

Achieve The Goal Of Excellence By Being Your Own Coach

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Recently, I watched a You Tube extract from the Christian Film called ‘Facing The Giants’. The film is about a high school American Football team that achieves their goals after the coach, Grant Taylor, starts praying to God and begins to demand the best from his players whether they win or lose.

Dan Reeves, a great player and head coach in professional American Football, gave the film his seal of approval. He also commented:

“If you’re not a Christian, it will still appeal to you. It’s all about life.”

In the You Tube extract, Brock, one of the team, sounds defeatist about their next match. Coach Taylor calls him out and tells him to do the death crawl i.e crawl up the field on his hands and feet with a player lying on his back (back to back).

Brock asks the coach if he wants him to crawl 30 yards up the field. The coach replies that he thinks Brock can go 50 yards. Brock says he could do 50 yards but without anyone on his back. The coach does not agree:

“I think you can do 50 with Jeremy (another player) on your back but even if you can’t I want you to promise me you will give me your best.”

“OK”

“You’re going to give me your best?”

“I’m going to give you my best.”

“One more thing – I want you to do it blindfolded.”

“Why?”

“I don’t want you giving up at a certain point when you can go further.”

Jeremy gets on Brock’s back and off they go.

The coach gives constant encouragement and inspiration. He never stops talking so that negative thoughts cannot enter Brock’s mind:

“Give me your best. They’re you go, Brock. That’s it – a good start. A little bit left. A little bit left. That’s it. There you go, Brock.”

“Are we at the 20 yet?”

“Forget the 20. You give me your best; you keep going. Don’t stop!”

“I want to rest a second”

“Keep moving; keep moving; keep driving. Your very best; your very best. Keep going. There you go. There you go. Don’t quit. Keep your knees of the ground. Don’t quit till you got nothing left. Keep going; keep going. I want everything you got. You keep going. You’re doing good. You keep going. It’s all heart from here. You promised me your best. It’s all heart. Come on Brock. Give me more. You promised me your best. 20 more steps.”

Brock is groaning in agony but is still moving forward. Jeremy is managing to stay on his back. The coach never lets up:

“Keep going. Don’t quit. Don’t quit. You don’t quit on me. You keep going. 10 more steps. 10 more. 10 more. Keep going.”

“I can’t.”

“You can. You can. 2 more! 1 more!”

Brock collapses and gasps: “It’s got to be the 50.”

“Look up, Brock. You’re in the end zone!”

Brock looked up in total amazement. He had crawled 100 yards across the entire field. His team mates had stopped laughing and joking a long time before. They had gradually got to their feet and walked slowly after him. They looked on in awe from further down the field.

The coach wanted to make the most of the moment:

“Brock – you are the most influential player on this team. If you walk around defeated so will they. Don’t tell me you can’t give me more than I’ve been seeing. You just carried a 140 pound man across this whole field on your arms. Brock, I need you. God’s gifted you with the ability of leadership. Don’t waste it. Can I count on you?”

“Yes.”

Jeremy had been trying to interrupt for a while.

“What is it, Jeremy?”

“I weigh 160 pounds!”

Brock had done his best and had achieved excellence in the death crawl at least. He was now a role model and inspiration for the rest of his team. However, he would not have achieved his best without the help of his coach who expected and demanded the best from him.

John Steinbeck put it well:

“It is the nature of man to rise to greatness, if greatness is expected of him.”

Coach Taylor expected Brock’s best and if anyone gives their best they may well achieve greatness. Mike Brescia has pointed out the fact that if you give your best, you will become the best since so few people give their best. Give your best and you will become a leader. You will have the power to make a difference.

The Coach extracted a firm commitment from Brock to do his best and blindfolded him so that he would not accept any artificial limitations on his own power. He then encouraged and urged him to do his best. He expected him to do his best.

He kept up a non stop flow of positive words which did not allow Brock to harbor any negative thoughts for long. His encouragement became more intense as Brock felt more and more pain.

The coach ended up on his knees as he encouraged Brock’s huge effort and at the end of the field he, too, was flat out on the ground. The best go the extra mile and are not content with mediocrity, or even the good. Both the coach and Brock gave their best.

The best believe they can achieve big goals. They welcome competition because they know that competition will keep them from getting lazy. They welcome competition because it will help them discover the huge reservoirs of power and ability inside themselves.

The best decide what is the best thing to do and do it first. Chris Widener puts it in a nutshell:

“The best have habits and discipline that get them to the top by doing the best things and doing them first.”

You and I may not have coaches like Grant Taylor to drive us on. We may have to be our own coaches. This is not so bad. We can model ourselves on coaches like Taylor.

We can expect the best from ourselves. We can constantly challenge ourselves to do better and to keep going when we feel like giving up. We can use the techniques of non-stop positive talk, affirmations and visualizations of success to shut out any negative thoughts that may pop into our minds.

We can read motivational articles, books and ebooks. We can listen to motivational audio and watch motivational video. I’ll list the url of the You Tube extract in the resource box at the end of this article so you can inspire yourself with this brief story again and again. Better still buy the DVD of the entire film ‘Facing The Giants.’

I’ll have to wait till April before it is released in the UK but I have already preordered the DVD. If the extract about Brock’s death crawl is anything to go by, the rest of the film should be highly inspirational and powerfully motivational.

Be your own coach and aim to be the best you can be. You will become a leader and begin to make a big difference not only to your self but to others.

Welcome any competitors in your field. Do not let them depress you. They will push you to make the most of your abilities. Make sure your self talk is positive and don’t ever quit on yourself. You can achieve almost any goal you set your mind to. Don’t settle for the mediocre or even the good when you have the ability to achieve the best – the ability to achieve excellence.

Face up to the giants like fear and procrastination that might be holding you back from achieving your goals. Ask for help from God or the universe and, like David of old, destroy your Goliaths and live a life of victory and excellence.