What Women Do For Love

Women are mysterious creatures that possess unusual powers and qualities. Understanding them can be an exercise in futility. I have observed with great fascination what my folks can do in the name of love and I must say I've been amazed. It must be true what they say that "All a woman needs is Love" because in pursuit of Love women can do some if not all of these:

  • Kiss all the toads before getting to the prince … yikes!
  • Buy expensive clothes, perfumes and make-up to make their appearance pleasing to the one they love.
  • Pretend they are enjoying the soccer game on TV or laugh at his stupid jokes and yet they are bored to death
  • Put up with flat boring sex, fake orgasm and tell him he is great.
  • Go on a diet or completely change their eating habits in order to have a great body for him.
  • Go through various treatments such as Botox, facelift and plastic surgery in order to stay attractive for their men.
  • Tolerate him when he is drunk and acting like a child

I could go on and on, but the point is, women can go through anything to keep the men in their lives, yet surprising enough men would never tolerate these things. It's either you meet their standards or they start looking elsewhere; maybe it's the male "hunter" hormones that drive them.

I have also observed some women putting up with a lot of physical, psychological and emotional abuse and have usually confused this with Love. In a lot of African cultures this abuse is considered a sign of love, for example a man can physically abuse his woman for having attracted male attention as if it is a sin to attract such attention. This is interpreted as Love because the belief is that being possessive is a sign of love. Some men also go to the extent of demanding that their women have their genitals mutilated in order to kill any form of libido. This is intended to ensure faithfulness in the women.

While others also believe in treating their women like minors, their voices are not supposed to be heard in the spirit of submission. This aspect emanates from the wrong interpretation of the bible in some Christian circles where Paul commanded women to submit to their husbands. This verse is taken out of context and parts of this chapter where men are instructed to Love their wives are conveniently ignored. Therefore women cannot demand love but have to work for it by submitting themselves to become doormats where all manner of abusive language is used against them. In the name of Love some women are cut off from family, friends and relatives and they tolerate this psychological abuse in the hope of pleasing their men who demand that they should not associate with other women. The major excuse employed in this case is that these women if exposed to others who are radical, they might be influenced against their men. Women who fall for this type of abuse often believe their men are wise, they are more experienced and that other women are after snatching their men. So the effect is that women end up not trusting each other enough, thus they cannot assist each other because they are all competing for the same men.

My observations have led me to conclude that women are their worst enemies and in order to overcome this enemy they need to start loving themselves more, trusting their instinct and their female friends and associates. Women need to determine what they really want and demand nothing less. They should also learn to walk away when their rights are being violated in the name of Love. These are my personal opinions and comments are welcome.

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Soccer Boot Use Tips To Prolong Life And Maximize Effectiveness

Choosing the right boot for playing is very important because it can maximize performance while in the field of play. Size and comfort are some of the most important elements to consider when getting a pair. But in order to keep your boots in good shape for longer so you can continue enjoying maximum effectiveness, you would need to use them in the proper manner. Below are some soccer cleat use tips that can help you achieve just that.

Tip 1 – Wear the right cleats for the right surface type. Soft ground cleats for instance, should not be used on hard surfaces otherwise they will easily wear and tear. Go for ground specific boots or choose a pair that is suitable for all types of grounds for more convenience.

Tip 2 – Loosen up the boot laces. You may want the boot to remain in place but tight laces can be pretty uncomfortable for your feet. Try loosening them to last eyelet only tightening them again up the highest eyelet. A good lace fit reduces stress to forefoot and this makes the fit more comfortable for you.

Tip 3 – Use cleats that are suitable for your foot shape. Your cleats should not be subjected to pressure on areas not designed to take up such pressure otherwise they will break easily. If you have wide feet, then keep off narrow shoes and instead select cleats that are designed for wide feet otherwise you will end up damaging the area where the outsole meets the upper. If possible, try walking around in the new pair just to have a fee before buying.

Tip 4 – Use more than one pair of football boots. It may be an expensive option but giving your cleats, some break ensures that you do not overuse them hence you prolong their life. If you are always practicing and taking part in matches, then using multiple pairs should be a very good idea to extend the life of your boot.

Tip 5 – Replace the studs when there is a need to. Cleats that come with detachable studs can be very reliable. Let the replacement of the studs be dictated by how often you use the boots and the conditions under which you use them on. It would be a very good idea to replace the studs as soon as they start becoming uneven because it is an issue that can throw you off balance and possibly even cause injuries.

Tip 6 – Break in your cleats. It is never a good idea to use your new cleats in a match before you break them in as it can lead to blistering and make your play very uncomfortable. Use them for light exercises and stuff them with newspaper so you break them in without causing any damage to them. It is a process that eliminates the initial tightness that comes with the boots giving you a more comfortable fit when it is time to play a major game.

It is also important that you wash the cleats properly depending on the materials and let them air dry before storing them in the best way.

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Let's Understand Your Soccer Shoes

Whoever loves to play Soccer or Rugby needs a pair of shoes which not only protect the feet but enhances one's performance also.

Common features of soccer shoes

Soccer shoes have come very far from its earliest design. Nowadays it resembles more of a sneaker which does not cover your ankle.

Soccer shoes contain studs below the soles to enhance the grip of feet on the ground. A plastic studded shoe is appropriate for solid surface, whereas a rubber or screw studded shoes are good for grass fields.

Customized soccer shoes

These days' players are wearing and buying shoes of their own choice and according to their specific needs. For this, they are making special demands from the seller. For example, if one wants to improve grip on their non-dominant feet, then they can wear screwed-in studded shoes which improve grip on the surface. Players who want to improve the performance of their active leg (right or left leg) can buy rubber, plastic studded shoes.

No matter what you buy, you should definitely take note of these things before buying your shoes.

  1. Select good brands – If you want to invest in good shoes, then why not choose a trusted and good brand on the soccer field. A good brand manufacture shoes by considering all important things which are necessary for players and their performance. Therefore, in order to save some money, do not buy any substandard soccer shoes.
  2. Decide your budget – When you go to the store or scroll down some online page for buying soccer shoes, always plan beforehand how much you are going to spend on your shoes. Suppose if you are a beginner then there is no need at all to buy expensive and high-end professional shoes. Go for simple yet comfortable shoes.
  3. Know your feet size- a perfect fit is all you need for a good soccer game performance. Whenever you go for buying new shoes, always give importance to your feet comfort. Try two, three different brands as everyone has different feet shape and every company / brand cannot give you your style or perfect size. Therefore, you need to look for your own preferences and priority before buying any shoes. Your feet should easily accommodate in shoes and your fingers should not touch the end of the shoe. The gap of ½ or ¼ inches would do the work.

What you can do break in your new soccer shoes

  • Put on your shoes and keep it wearing at your home while completing your general routine. Do it every day at your home. Within 3-4 days you will be comfortable in your new shoes.
  • Wear your socks and shoes and then soak your feet in lukewarm water for 15 minutes. Your feet and shoe would align with each other comfortably. Tie your lace and then you can play your game without drying your shoes. Automatically it would get dried up and when you will put off your shoes, you'll find it has aligned itself with your feet shape and comfort.

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List of the Most Famous Soccer Stadiums in the World

Unquestionably and undoubtedly the most popular sport in the world is soccer. Soccer is a sport that is viewed by literally billions of people every year and those people continue to tune in every year to see more and more of the world’s greatest sport. Fans usually participate in watching soccer from inside the stadiums, some of which are truly incredible works of architecture, some of which many have even been built using Texas coatings and Texas scaffolding. Amongst the thousands of stadiums in the world there are a few that specifically stick out as being amazing places of history and tradition where fans have gathered for years upon years.

One of the most famous stadiums in the world right now is Wembley Stadium in London, England. Wembley is famous because it is the official home of the England national team, known by their nickname the Three Lions. The current Wembley, however, is not the original and most famous one. The original Wembley Stadium was incredibly iconic, known around the world as the home of football, with its beautiful twin white towers on both sides of the entrance. But, the old one had to be torn down in the year 2000 due to the fact that it was very old, having been built in 1923 and it was decided that it would cost less to build a new one than to upkeep the old one. Although the fans have not necessarily warmed up to the new version yet, certainly as memories are made by the team in the stadium it will be received better.

Another of the most famous stadiums in the world is the Nou Camp in Barcelona. To fully understand the importance of this stadium, people must realize the history and importance of Barcelona football club. Some people in the Catalan region in which Barcelona sits are known to support Barcelona because they support Catalan independence and a new country away from Spain. Needless to say, when Barcelona FC plays at home there is a crazy and frenzied atmosphere. The other part of the importance of the stadium is that it is currently the largest stadium on the European continent, seating a maximum of 98,787 people. The stadium has also hosted a few different European Cup finals, further cementing its legacy as one of the world’s greatest stadiums.

Lastly, there is a stadium in South America that is one of the most famous in the world. The stadium is called the Maracana and is located in Brazil, and is the official home of the Brazilian national team. Having won five World Cups, more than any other country in the world, the stadium has certainly seen its fair share of excitement of the years. It seats 90,000 and is the biggest stadium on the South American continent. Furthermore, when the World Cup is hosted in Brazil in 2014 the arena will serve as the host for the final, typically meaning that it is the most important stadium in its country.

Architecture is important to the structural integrity of buildings and there are numerous methods that can be used to make sure that buildings stay intact for many years.

2010 World Cup – Full List of Preliminary National Team Squads

The 32 qualified teams participating in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa have provided a preliminary list of up to 30 players. The teams have till June 1st to provide a final list of 23 players. Provisions are made where players with serious injuries can be replaced up to 24 hours before their team’s first game.

The highlight in any footballer’s career is without a doubt, playing for his country in the World Cup. This week was «a dream come true» for many players and a massive disappointment for others. Thousands of fans in the 32 countries will contest their coach’s controversial decisions to include certain players while omitting others.

World Cup Group A (France, Mexico, Uruguay, South Africa)

Raymond Domenech, the French coach announced a preliminary list of 30 players for the 2010 World Cup. The big surprises are the absences of Benzema (Real Madrid), Nasri (Arsenal) and Patrick Vieira (Manchester City). France and the host country South Africa will face in the opening match of the tournament on 11 June.

In this same group Mexico have chosen a very young squad and will play without the talented Miguel Sabah due to injury. Bafana Bafana’s Brazilian coach Carlos Alberto Parreira, also sprang some surprises for South Africa, like Israel-based defender Bevan Fransman and prodigal son Benni McCarthy.

As for Uruguay, Oscar Tabarez announced a list of 26 without any major surprises except for the non inclusion of Cristian Rodríguez, possibly for the fact that he would have missed the first two games of the World Cup due to a red card suspension.

World Cup Group B (Argentina, Greece, Nigeria, South Korea)

Diego Maradona’s selection provided some surprises for the Argentines, by picking the unknown trio of Ariel Garce, Sebastian Blanco and Juan Insaurralde, contrasting with notable absences like Javier Zanetti, Cambiasso, Gago, or Lucho Gonzalez. Argentina is drawn in Group A along with Greece, Nigeria and South Korea.

The Greek coach, Otto Rehhagel, named 30 players without any surprises, bringing in Seitaridis and Patsatzoglou after an injury filled season.

Lars Lagerback, the Nigerian coach, made no notable surprises in the 30 man list, maintaining veteran striker Kanu in the squad.

South Korea’ coach Huh Jung-Moo also made no surprises in the 30 choices, maintaining 2002 FIFA World Cup hero Ahn Jung-hwan who will play for a third consecutive appearance on World Cup.

World Cup Group C (England, USA, Slovenia, Algeria)

England were surprised by call-up of uncapped Michael Dawson, and the talented Adam Johnson. Jamie Carragher and Ledley King return to the squad. The two big names that Fabio Capello will not go to South Africa’s World Cup are David Beckham because of injury and Pal Scholes, retired from the England Squad.

The other teams in this group include the USA, Slovenia and Algeria. Coach Bob Bradley did not include Freddy Adu in the US team even though he went for the Confederations Cup. Another absence due to a serious car accident is Charlie Davies.

There were no big surprises from Algeria coach Rabah Sadaane whose team is dominated by a strong Europe based contingent. No surprises from coach Matjaz Kek after chosing 30 for Slovenia bringing in young striker Tim Matavz. This is Slovenia’s second participation in a World Cup.

World Cup Group D (Germany, Serbia, Ghana, Australia)

Joachim Löw of Germany picked his 30-man provisional squad with a few surprises. Two uncapped players, Holder Badstuber and Dennis Aogo, were chosen, while the most notable omission was that of midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger, as well as Simon Rolfes, Aaron Hunt and goalkeeper René Adler.

Radomir Antic named seven players, based in England to a very strong looking Serbia squad, with no notable surprises.

For Ghana, Coach Milovan Rajevac picked Chelsea’s Michael Essien who is still recovering from knee surgery. In a similar situation as Essian is John Mensah.

Australia coach Pim Verbeek named 31 players including star forward Harry Kewell still recovering from his latest injury before July’s FIFA World Cup. One surprise call-up was 18-year-old Tommy Oar, who only made his international debut in March this year.

World Cup Group E (Denmark, Netherlands, Cameroon, Japan)

Denmark’s goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen was included by Danish coach Morten Olsen, despite suffering a dislocated elbow two weeks ago. Patrick Mtiliga was the surprise inclusion even though he had not played for his country since November 2008.

Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk, left out 33 year old Ruud van Nistelrooy who admitted he was «greatly disappointed» in his rejection. On the other hand its worth taking note of 23 year old Eljero Elia who many believe is Hollands hidden gem.

Cameroon coach Paul Le Guen included Sebastien Bassong, Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Alexandre Song who play in the Premier League. Surprise is the call-up of teenager Joel Matip and the exclusion of Ngom Kome. Only three players from the Cameroon League are included.

Japan coach Takeshi Okada’s only surprise was including Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi, the Portsmouth goalkeeper who has not played in the national team for 18 months after recovering from a broken leg.

World Cup Group F (Italy, Slovakia, Paraguay, New Zealand)

Marcello Lippi reserved some surprises for the «azzurri» squad when he left out Mario Balotelli, Antonio Cassano, Nicola Legottaglie, Luca Toni, Simone Perrotta, and most notably Francesco Totti, while American born Giuseppe Rossi was called up for Italy, the World Cup holders.

Paraguay coach Gerardo Martino called Argentine striker Lucas Barrios who recently became a naturalized Paraguayan. No surprise was the inclusion of strikers Nelson Haedo Valdez and Oscar Cardozo who are in great form, while Salvador Cabanas didn’t make it due to injury.

Slovakia coach Vladimir Weiss is hoping that Martin Skrtel, Filip Holosko and Robert Vittek recover from their injuries in time for the World in South Africa. Curious is the fact that this is Slovakia’s first World Cup appearance, as well as the inclusion the coach’s son Vladimir Weiss into the squad.

New Zealand coach Ricki Herbert did not pull off any surprises, except for the inclusion of midfielder Aaron Clapham. This is the Kiwis second World Cup appearance, the last one being in Spain back in 1982

World Cup Group G (Brazil, Portugal, Ivory Coast, North Korea)

Brazil coach Dunga probably had the biggest pool of talented players to chose from. This inevitably led to some surprises like the omission of Ronaldinho, Adriano, Ganso, Pato and Neymar into the Selecção (squad) Surprise inclusions were Michel Bastos, and Grafite.

Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz also upset many Portuguese fans by not including goalkeepers Quim and Rui Patrício as well as midfielders João Moutinho and Carlos Martins. Queiroz also picked Pepe even though he is still recovering from knee surgery. Surprise call-ups were Beto, Daniel Fernandes and Zé Castro.

Sven-Goran Eriksson of the Ivory Coast had no surprises in the 29 players to represent their country. Didier Drogba will lead the powerful attacking «Elephants».

North Korea coach Kim Jong-Hun will count with some J-League players like Jong Tae-Se, Ahn Yong-Hak and Ryang Yong-Gi. This will be North Korea’s second participation in a World Cup.

World Cup Group F (Spain, Chile, Switzerland, Hunduras)

Spain coach Vicente del Bosque had no surprises in his provisional 30-man squad and included injured stars Andreas Iniesta, Cesc Fabregas and Fernando Torres for South Africa 2010. Also included in the list is naturalized Brazilian Marcos Senna.

Chile coach Marcelo Bielsa surprised many, when he picked Luis Marin, Jaime Valdes and Charles Aranguiz. Notable names missing are Claudio Maldonado, Hans Martinez and Osvaldo Gonzalez.

Ottmar Hitzfeld, the Switzerland coach announced 30 names without any surprises. One curiosity is Johan Vonlanthen, 24, who was born in Colombia but has lived in Switzerland since he was 5 years old.

Honduras coach Reinaldo Rueda had no surprises but was forced to replace the injured Carlos Costly by Georgie Welcome. The experienced Wilson Palacios, Hendry Thomas, Maynor Figueroa, David are part of the list.

Looking For The Perfect Soccer Shoes?

Get familiar with the different categories first

Soccer is one of the most popular sports out there and players get excited rather than intimidated when they have a match. For every player to give their best during the match, they bought to have the right gear for the game. Apart from choosing the right clothes to suit all the running and sweating that comes with the game, you would also need to make the right choice of soccer shoes. The ones you choose may not add much to your playing skills, but they will indeed determine how possible it is to bring out your best skills. An uncomfortable one will not do you much justice and so is a boot designed for your play style.

Each player has a different playing style and the different positions should dictate what is most ideal. If you are a player who sticks to a specific position, then you should select the ones designed for that position in terms of performance. So who needs what when it comes to the shoes? Given below are some categories of fielders who play in different positions and need different types of shoes.

Goalkeepers – If you're a golly, then you need one with great territory and one that makes it possible for you to move quickly. One that has a strike zone that is well structured also makes the best one so kicking out and back passing is easy for you.

Midfielders – They need ones that offer them control and ability to easily run up and down the soccer pitch at maximum comfort.

Defenders – They face most assault in the pitch and they therefore need to check for ones that offer then the necessary foot protection. It should also help them achieve clean passes.

Knowing your position demands will definitely make it easier to choose the one that serves your needs. You can also make this process a success by making yourself familiar with the categories out there. With this information in mind, you will be able to narrow down your search for the most suitable type.

Control

These are designed with elements focused on control and pass zones. They are handy for players looking for quick control and passes that are solid enough.

Speed

This category of soccer shoes is generally lightweight. They incorporate synthetic uppers and minimal design on the overall so that they remain as lightweight as possible to aid speed.

Power

They are considered to have a brain because of the different technologies used on them to add some oomph in the play especially when hitting the balls. The concentration is usually on the strike zone.

Heritage

These are focused more on durability and comfort since they have more leather and less technology.

Hybrid

They are a mix of different styles, since they can offer control and speed at the same time. They may be lightweight too, but still come with a technology around pass zone to make the stand out.

Indianapolis Semi-Pro Football Team Wins National Championship

The Hoosier Hurricanes invaded Homestead, Florida for last weekend’s 4th annual Minor League Football News (MLFN) Super Football Weekend strong winded and left with reign.

In a game dominated by defense, the Hurricanes hammered the Carolina Express 41-0 to win MLFN’s AA National Championship.

«To reach this point so quickly is incredible,» said Hurricanes head coach John Starlin. «I really feel like a proud father to all of those guys.»

While the ‘Canes’ offense was strong, the play of their defense was dominant. The ‘Canes forced eight turnovers and controlled the Express’ offense, which towered over them in size and power. Early in the contest, it looked like the Express were going to use their Power I offensive attack to run right down the throat of the ‘Canes’ defense. When the Express were forced to throw, however, the speedy Hurricane secondary was able to take the game away. The first of four Express interceptions was thrown on that opening drive, and the Hurricanes never looked back.

«They were a tough team to scout, but I really think they underestimated our speed,» said Starlin. «Other coaches from their league were able to help me out as far as scouting, but I knew as solid as our defense was that we could play with anybody.»

Staying with the defensive theme of the game, linebacker Deon Smith was awarded the game’s MVP for his 12 tackle performance. He also intercepted a pass and forced a fumble.

The AA national title was the perfect end to a season that was already storybook for the Indianapolis squad, founded by co-owners Starlin, David Day, and NFL wide receiver Reggie Wayne. In their first year of existence, the Hurricanes were awarded Best New Team in the Midwest by MLFN after finishing 13-1 in the Ohio Valley Football League (OVFL). Their OVFL season finished with a Super Bowl victory over the Charlotte (MI) Roughriders, 21-0.

«This has really been a dream season for us,» said Starlin.

Starlin’s players have also won numerous accolades from MLFN. Four ‘Canes were honored with Midwest All-American status: Derrick Ellis was an honorable mention Midwest All-American at running back, wide receiver Scott Penick made second team Midwest All-American, and Corey Crumpton and Charles Avant were first and second team at defensive back, respectively.

Ellis, a former «Mr. Indiana» while playing running back in high school, was also named Running Back of the Year in the Midwest Region by MLFN.

The Hurricanes will return to the OVFL next season and compete to become the first ever back-to-back champion in league history, a feat no team has accomplished in 40 years of competition.

«We are trying to develop something special here,» said Starlin.

It certainly looks like the Hurricanes are off to a roaring start.

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Short Biography of Famous Soccer Player – Lionel Messi

His full name is Lionel Andrés Messi. Messi who was born 24 June 1987 is an Argentine soccer player and now participates for La Liga’s Barcelona and the Argentine national team. Messi is regarded as one of the best and famous soccer players of his generation, by the age of 21, has received several Ballon d’Or and FIFA World Player of the Year nominations.

Messi started playing soccer at very early age and his latent was rapidly acclaimed by Barcelona. Making his first appearance in the 2004-2005 season, he broke the La Liga record for the youngest soccer player to take part in a league game, and the youngest to make a league goal as well.

In 2005 he became the latest teen superstar of Argentine soccer. Lionel Messi was chosen as the player of the tournament at under-20 World Cup on the year; played his first game for the Argentine national team; and made his first goal with the professional team FC Barcelona.

Messi was almost immediately being compared to an earlier hero of Argentine soccer, Diego Maradona. He was a member of Argentina’s 2006 World Cup team. He assisted Barcelona win an uncommon triple in 2009: the Copa del Rey, Spain’s La Liga championship, and also the Champions League.

Lionel Messi has been given countless praised from Argentinean coach Diego Maradona in spite of their defeat to Spain. Maradona stated that he was pleased with the Barcelona striker performance on the field.

On the occasion, Maradona asserted, «The match wasn’t brilliant but the team responded well against the champions of Europe. It works for me because the team reacted very well. «Messi played marvelously well, and little by little he is becoming the leader of the team. It is what I want and it is what I hope for.»

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