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The Premier League Goal Of Month Nominations For December 2006 Will Never Be Topped
The Premier League goal of the month nominations for December 2006 will never ever be topped.
Relive the greatest collection of Premier League goals from a single month as the coronavirus brings elite football in England to a standstill.
We’re talking banger after banger from the likes of Paul Scholes, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and David Bentley.
Not to mention stunning strikes from Blackburn’s Norwegian import Morten Gamst Pedersen and a pile driver from Chelsea’s Michael Essien as well as ridiculous volleys courtesy of Matty Taylor and Tom Huddlestone.
Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA
Anyway, enough chat, it’s time to gawk at this unreal selection of goals. Sit back, relax and enjoy.
Needless to say, the Premier League goal of the month nominations for December 2006 sent fans wild on social media.
One wrote: «We don’t get this many bangers a year now. Football has changed so much. Cross spamming and cut back spamming. Low blocks, no freedom. All these systems. The excitement has gone.»
A second tweeted: «All were sick but Huddlestones control on that half volley was filthy.»
A third added: «Was such a good season 2006 lad, The Paul scholes volley beats them all though for me. Crazy technique.»
Which is your favourite of the bunch? Does Scholes’ ping off the underside of the bar get you going or is the swerve of Michael Essien too much to resist?
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Sample Mission Statements

Constructing a meaningful mission statement is, I believe, a very important activity for any business so, in my business management training sessions, we always discuss the importance of having a well-crafted mission statement. I usually start the session by asking people to raise their hands if their organisation has a mission statement and then I ask them to raise their hands again if they can tell me what it is.

Over the years, I have asked those two questions of hundreds of different individuals and I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of people who have been able to tell me their company’s mission statement. Certainly, it is true that a lot more people could tell me roughly what the mission is about, the spirit of the statement as it were, but literally, only a handful, out of so many people, have been able to correctly tell me the company mission.

Now, I do understand the cynicism that surrounds the use of these statements. In fact a few years ago, here in the UK at least, they became in vogue. Everybody felt they needed a mission statement and many organisations crafted them only to find that it didn’t really make any difference to the company whether or not it had one. In many cases, it turns out that it is, largely, because of the way in which the statement is constructed, using a lengthy sentence that is far too generic and insipid to be memorable.

If people can’t even remember the mission statement, especially middle managers, how on Earth does the organisation expect to achieve its mission? Conversely, when people have clarity over what the organisation is fundamentally trying to achieve, the power of the mission is released into the decision-making processes of the company. The company needs to be serious, not just about its mission (which, hopefully, it is) but also about the articulation of its mission.

So, here are the essential characteristics of a really good mission statement. It should be:

  • Forward Looking
  • A True Statement of Intent
  • Something that People Care About
  • Inspiring
  • Memorable

Over the years, I have collected a few example statements that I think are excellent:

To put a man on the moon before the end of the decade – NASA

To win by more than 1 – 0 – Bayern Munich

To be the Number 1 Car Rental Company in Europe – Avis

The above examples are all very well-crafted and fit the bill in terms of the foregoing criteria. I usually get people to think about the difference between the NASA and the Bayern Munich statements. The Bayern Munich statement never needs to be changed, whereas the NASA one does once the mission is achieved. Both of these types of mission are fine and both translate well into meaningful, memorable and inspirational statements of intent.

Additionally, I contrast the Bayern Munich statement with what many organisations might have come up with:

To play football of the highest quality, with style and flair, whilst remaining totally committed to winning games for the benefit of the fans, the board and the future success of the club.

Now that, in essence, is what many companies actually do, when all they really need to say is, «to win by more than 1-0.» What a beautiful statement that is. It says everything that is in my more wordy version, but it says it in such a way that the people in the club will never need to me told more than once and, although it conveys the essence of what the club stands for (football of the highest quality, played with style and flair – all true) they will never forget it.

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A Moveable Feast in Havana

I visited Havana hoping to capture that particular ambience of the fifties when the likes of Frank Sinatra and Ernest Hemingway frequented the city and was not disappointed.

Were he still alive, Frank Sinatra would now be 91. In his heyday, the saying was: «It’s Frank’s world; we just live in it.» That world certainly included Cuba, which Frank first visited in 1947. I simply wanted to see Frank’s world in Havana where I hoped that memorabilia dating from the fifties would be accessible.

At Havana’s Aerop¬uerto Internacional Jose Marti entry formalities were as complicated as in the fifties when visas were needed to go to any place. It took me an hour to clear the immigration line. In my case, a pretty police officer spent more than a minute carefully comparing my face with the photo in my passport. Then it took another hour to get my baggage and change my money into ‘convertible pesos’ or CUCs. I am sure that Sinatra had it easier.

There was plenty to suggest Sinatra on the taxi trip into town. The car radio played Cuban songs with a beat that Frank would have appreciated. As I trav¬elled towards Havana centro, passing murals and graffiti acclaiming Castro and Che Guevara, we shared the road with vintage Chevrolets and the odd Model T and Dodge – cars that predate Castro rule and must have been on the road during Frank’s time.

The next day at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, with its Gothic façade, I sank into Sinatra nostalgia. The lobby still boasts some magnificent original mahogany fixtures that still reflect the splendour of Sinatra’s day. In the bar, there is an alcove with posters showing personalities who visited the hotel in various decades. The fifties section features Frank’s profile along with photos of mobsters such as Meyer Lansky and Santo Tarfficante.

It was Frank’s first trip to Cuba in February 1947 that exposed his relationship to the mob. A FBI surveillance photograph showed Sinatra with his arm around Charles ‘Lucky’ Luciano on the balcony of the Hotel Nacional. Luciano, deported from the US to Italy in 1946, had come to Havana for a meeting with other Mafia bosses.

By most accounts Sinatra had no idea exactly what he was getting into when Joe Fischetti, a New York gangster who booked talent for mob-owned clubs around the country, suggested a 4-day trip to Havana. Joe simply convinced Sinatra to accompany him and his two brothers to Havana to meet some of the «guys.»

Sinatra probably didn’t realize how many «guys» he was going to meet. The Mafia was holding a conference in Havana attended by mob leaders, including big shots such as Luciano, Frank Costello, Meyer Lansky, Albert «the Executioner» Anastasia, Joe Bonanno, Joe Adonis, Chicago boss Tony Accardo, Florida boss Santo Trafficante and Meyer Lansky among many others.

It was Meyer Lansky’s close friendship with Cuban dictator, Fulgencio Batista, that enabled Mafia bosses such as Santo Trafficante to get a piece of the action in running lucrative casinos in hotels such as the Nacional. The casino operations made so much money that top rated singers such as Frank Sinatra and Eartha Kitt would fly to Havana to star in their floor shows.

Even in Fidel Castro’s Cuba, the Nacional still features a cabaret show. After a buffet dinner in the hall, which once housed the casino, I went to the nightclub. Packed with diners and drinkers, it captured the mood of those yesteryears. Even the showgirls, bosoms modestly covered, evoked the social mores of the fifties. A Cuban singer, accompanied by a big band, belted a traditional song. It was pure nostalgia. In his place, I could almost imagine Frank wowing the wives of high rollers with his rendition of «All of me».

Apart from his casino visits, Frank also celebrated his 1951 honeymoon with Ava Gardner in Havana.

They honeymooned in Rom 225 at the Nacional, close to Rooms 211 to 213 favoured by the mob. The hotel, built on a rock bluff, looks out across the bay towards the Morro, the ancient fortress guarding the entrance to Havana harbour. Ava and Frank must have enjoyed the view when taking cocktails at dusk on the sea-view terrace. While Frank preferred Cutty Sark Scotch, I had my best ever daiquiri on that same terrace. The sweet lime, sugar powder and rum proportions were just right with the fine crushed ice mix visible to the bottom of the hollow stem of the glass. The Nacional had not lost its class. Contemplating the hotel gardens overlooking the Malecón, Havana’s sea promenade along the bay, I felt as if I had become a member of Frank’s Rat Pack.

During their honeymoon, Frank did not show himself too much and a waiter, Jorge Jorge, recalls delivering bottles of vodka and whiskey to their room. Although they had a meal at Ernest Hemingway’s favourite restaurant, they did not get around to meeting the famous author who lived in Havana. Ava admired Ernest ever since she got her first major role in Robert Siodmak’s 1947 film «The Killers», based on a Hemingway story. She had recently been selected for a role in the film version of Hemingway’s 1936 short story «The Snows of Kilimanjaro». Probably Hemingway was not in town since Ava could have easily arranged a meeting between the two American icons: her crooner husband and the writer whom she called «Papa».

The two men, however, lived in different worlds in Havana.

Frank’s world was in La Habana Centro, west of the Malecón, where the mob ran casinos in posh hotels such as the Nacional, Capri and Riviera. In his novel Our Man in Havana, Graham Greene described that part of the city before Castro took over in the following words: ‘In the west the steel skyscrapers of the new town rose higher than lighthouses into the clear sky’.

Hemingway’s world, east of the Malecón in La Habana Vieja (old Havana), had no skyscrapers, only charming old buildings – some dating from the 15th century. Old Havana starts at the Prado, the lovely avenue with a broad central pedestrian walk, which runs from the Malecón to Central Park square. When he first came to Havana with his future third wife, Martha Gellhorn, he stayed just off the Prado, at the charming Hotel Biltmore Sevilla. From there it is a short way to the old town with its alleys, just wide enough for one car, leading to the port. When I walked down the Calle Obispo (Obispo Road) to the Hotel Ambos Mundos, it seemed that little had changed since Hemingway’s days.

The Hotel Ambos Mundos was Hemingway’s second home. While living with Martha at the Hotel Biltmore Sevilla, he used this hotel as his mail drop. It did not fool his second wife, Pauline, still living in Key West. Located at a convenient distance for his favorite watering holes, he once said that «it was a good place to write». In mid-February 1939, he spent a month in room 511 to finish writing «For whom the Bells Toll». Even after he rented La Finca Vigia, a rundown farmhouse on the outskirts of Havana, he retained his favorite room 511 at Ambos Mundos.

The ancient and slow lift at Ambos Mundos, probably dating from Hemingway’s time, took me only to the fourth floor and I had to climb a flight of stairs to the fifth floor. Room 511 is now a little museum where one can see some letters and Hemingway’s Royal typewriter. I looked at the views from the two corner windows. One window provided a view of the old Cathedral, the entrance to the harbour and the sea. It had everything to inspire Hemingway to write a book with a Spanish setting.

The liftman had recommended that I see the view from the terrace. This view was excellent, as I could see the port as well as the Havana skyline. There was a bar and I ordered a mojitos, the national Cuban cocktail consisting of rum, sweet lime and mint. Enjoying the cool breeze, I wondered if this bar existed in Hemingway’s time. If it did then he could not have gotten much work done at the Ambos Mundos.

During the 1940s even after he moved to the Finca Vigia, Hemingway would come late mornings to the Ambos Mundos to check his mail drop. Afterwards he usually walked a few doors up to the American Consulate, later lunching at El Floridita with consular friends and perhaps finishing his rounds with a browse in the International Bookshop. These conveniently grouped locales – all located on Obispo Street – were his base of operations.

For drink and fresh seafood, Hemingway favoured the Floridita on the corner of Obispo and Monserrate. When its metal shutters were up, its eleven doors were open to the busy street life. Inside the café, overhead fans turned and the great mirrors behind the bar kept the room under observation from Hemingway’s habitual seat at the left-hand corner of the bar. The Floridita was rumoured to have a bordello on the first floor and prostitute regulars such as Leopoldina Aroste could always count on a handout from Papa.

It was now time for cocktails and the EI Floridita was beckoning me with flashing Vegas-style neon lighting. Now efficiently air-conditioned, the bar and dining room is sealed off from the outside world. The waiters wore red coats with white trousers to synchronise with the striking red and gold interiors. Touted as the «cradle of the daiquiri,» I ordered a classic daiquiri but felt that the sugar and lemon overpowered the rum. Perhaps I should have ordered Hemingway’s favourite «Papa Double» consisting of no sugar, double rum and grapefruit instead of lemon.

The bar now looks like Papa’s museum with a bust and portrait of Hemingway as well as photographs on the walls from pre-¬revolutionary days. Despite the Hemingway memorabilia, I thought about the Ava and Frank’s foray to the Floridita during their honeymoon. It had to do with the music. At that time, Octavio Benedino Sánchez Oñaguirre (Cotán), the Cuban troubadour, sang to Ava and Frank. Now there was a four-person band with male singer and a female violinist. To the background of a complex Afro-Cuban rhythm, the singer and violinist alternated without either missing a beat. Frank would have loved it.

Ava would return to the Floridita but without Frank. In August 1954 she visited the Hemingways in Havana. Hemingway and his fourth wife, Mary, took Ava for dinner to the Floridita. Heads turned and even Hemingway’s nodding acquaintances became instant intimates enchanted to meet the senorita, even inviting themselves to join the group for coffee or liqueur. Ava was polite but showed little interest in these Cuban locals, mostly rich sugar-growers and paunchy businessmen.

It was a wonder that Ava did not blow up at the Floridita. Hemingway once described the two sides of Ava’s personality to a friend: «She could be sweet, attractive, witty and good fun. She also had a sharp tongue and could be an absolute devil». Ava adored Hemingway and inherited from him her love for bullfighting – and bullfighters. After the break-up of her marriage with Frank, Ava would spend ten years of her life in Spain.

I hired a taxi to visit Hemingway’s Finca Vigia – now converted into a museum – to imagine how it must have been during Ava’s 1954 stay in Havana.

The villa is currently being renovated, and we could only see the empty rooms from outside. One of the guestrooms in the rear had a window from where one could watch the sun set behind the profile of Havana in the distance. For guests like Ava this view must have provided the promise of an exciting night in Havana.

During the day, another spot provided even a better view. Next to the villa, there is a small, four-storey tower. Mary Hemingway had designed the tower and the top room with four windows was a haven where Hemingway could write in peace. Like the room at the Ambos Mundos, it provided Hemingway with a view of the sea – quite appropriate when he was writing ‘The Old Man and the Sea’.

For herself, Mary had designed a sun deck where she could sun in the buff.

Mary also preferred to swim in the nude in their pool, a little way away from the villa and covered all around with trees and foliage. Apparently Ava followed Mary’s example when she was their guest at the Finca Vigia. I walked down to the pool, the basin painted blue but empty. In my mind’s eye, I imagined Ava in a dressing gown at the pool, letting the gown drop at the edge and then taking a graceful dive in the water. The Hemingways had many guests but Ava must have been the most beautiful woman to swim in this pool.

On my last night, I decided to try another of Hemingway’s favourite haunts, La Bodeguita del Medio bar and restau¬rant.

Just a block away from the Plaza de la Catedral, one of five plazas in Old Havana, the Bodeguita is literally a ‘hole in the wall’ with a crowd blocking the doorway to the bar.

Once inside, I found myself in a three deep crowd away from the bar, which could accommodate just five persons. On the wall, there was Hemingway’s portrait quoting him: «Daiquiri in EI Floridita, mojitos in La Bodeguita del Medio».

I had to shout my order for a mojitos behind the backs of other barflies, all foreign tourists. Most just had a single mojitos. To cope with the orders, the bartender had lined up 20 glasses along the length of the bar and was preparing mojitos on an assembly line basis. He started by gently crushing mint leaves in each glass, pouring some sweet lime, putting in ice cubes and then topping off with some Havana Club white rum. For a mass-produced product, it did taste good although but was almost twice as expensive as elsewhere.

Already up against the wall, a group of five girls and a male drummer started arranging their instruments next to me and the place got even more cramped.

The band started with ‘Chan Chan’, a Cuban favourite. Dressed in black blouses and microskirts, the girls had skin hues ranging from white to black. Their next song was a sop for the foreigners: «Autumn Leaves» played to a Cuban rhythm. The black lead singer now played her clarinet emitting a series of soulful notes. I thought about Frank Sinatra and his interpretation of this song. Did he feel this way when his marriage with Ava Gardner was breaking up?

The bongo player quickened the tempo of the beat and the girls kept pace with rhythmic step movements. I was looking and listening. There was vitality in the music that has something to do with the Cuban mentality. All night, La Bodeguita del Medio would be throbbing to such Cuban sounds. Sinatra would have loved it because music is fundamental to Havana life.

The music never stops in Havana. That night as I walked in old Havana, there was music streaming out from every bar and restaurant. Old American cars equipped with sound systems in better shape than their engines pumped out rhythms for the pleasure of those passing by. Even locals sitting on their doorsteps to their drawing rooms had their TV sets blasting music at full force. The rhythms were putting my adrenaline into overdrive.

My best moment was when listening to a live band specialising in Afro-Cuban rhythms. The bandleader, a saxophonist, started a Sinatra favourite: «My Way». He moved away from the group and made his saxophone chant in the same cadence as Sinatra. Then the beat moved to a complex rhythm and his saxophone emitted staccato sounds. It was a great performance and old Blue-Eyes would have loved it.

Even if he does have to share it with Hemingway, Cuba – for the time being at least – is still part of Frank’s world.

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Cristiano Ronaldo Vs Lionel Messi

Arguably two of the best footballers of the current decade, both are, at glance, very similar players. They’re both attackers, great with a ball, and both play for a Spanish club. However there can only be one winner, so here’s the comparison: Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo.

Lionel Messi

Lionel is only 24 years old and currently plays for fc Barcelona. Born in Rosario, Messi started playing football at the age of 5, under his father’s wings, at a local club. He then rolled into the Barca youth team where he worked his way up from C-B teams to the main squad in rapid pace. His debut in the highest class of football began at the age of 16, during a friendly against FC Porto.

Now in 2011 it’s time to analyse his style of play and it becomes crystal clear that he’s a master with the ball. Thanks to his short length and fast legs, any opponent will have a hard time keeping up with him. However unlike most magicians, he’s also a terrific team player.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano is 26 years old and is a Real Madrid player. Ronaldo started his career at Sporting (2002) and in 2003 he guided his team to a win against the big Manchester United. The players of Man U knew that they would rather play with him than against him, so they contracted Ronaldo for the start of the 2003 season. After countless of successes, he became the most expensive player ever when he transferred to Real Madrid in June of 2009, the price: 94 million euro.

Ronaldo is a very fast and strong player. He took sprint lessons from the Olympics champion and is clearly a player «from the streets», pulling more tricks with a ball than any party clown could ever aim for. This quality is further emphasised by a great shooting technique that makes him an excellent asset during set pieces.


Now it’s time to compare the two players and pinpoint a winner, in my respectful opinion. First it’s clear that both players are terrific assets to any team, and both share a lot of qualities. For one they can both outplay several opponents and make a difference when the opposition is tight.

However a winner has to be chosen and in my opinion that winner is Cristiano Ronaldo. At this point Messi might have the edge on the field, but Ronaldo has great free kicks and is clearly stronger physically. The trade off being that Messi is the better team player. I remember Ronaldo when he played for Manchester United and back then he was, without a doubt, the best player in the world. His way of attacking suited the wing-play of Manchester United perfectly, and while less obvious in Madrid’s style of play, his past years are to be considered. Also in Ronaldo’s favour is his great charisma off the pitch. Messi is a pure footballer and doesn’t have that same level of personality away from the field, something past greats (Cruijff, Maradona) did have.

And that’s it for this comparison. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi share a lot of qualities; especially the ball technique of both is ground breaking. And while Messi currently has the edge, in my opinion Ronaldo is the more complete footballer in the long haul, not partly thanks to his great charisma both on and off the pitch. However they’re both very young so in the coming years this slight favour can definitely swing both ways.

Ronaldo vs Messi

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FC Barcelona – More Than A Club

FC Barcelona is a sports club in Barcelona, ​​Catalonia, Spain. While it has divisions within in many different sports, it is most famous for its football club, founded in 1899 by a group of twelve people, led by Swiss businessman Joan Gamper.

FC Barcelona and long-standing rival Real Madrid remain the most representative teams within Spain. Barcelona, ​​along with Athletic Bilbao and Real Madrid, are the only three teams in Spain to have never been relegated from Spain's top football league – 'La Liga' – which FC Barcelona have won eighteen times, including a run in the 90s that saw them win 'La Liga' for four consecutive seasons (1991 – 1994) under the management of Dutch footballing icon, Johan Cruyff. Among many other honors, FC Barcelona has also been crowned European Champions twice, as well as winning the Copa del Ray for a record 24 times.

Until recently, FC Barcelona was well known for being one of the only football clubs in the world to refuse to allow sponsors' logos on their football shirts. However, in 2006, the club announced a five-year agreement with UNICEF, which includes having the UNICEF logo on their shirts. The agreement has seen FC Barcelona donate US $ 1.9 million per year to the charity organization.

As in often the case between the two strongest teams in a national league, there is a fierce rivalry between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, with the game between La Liga's two top sides known as 'El Clasico'. The clubs are seen as representatives of two rival countries in Spain: Catalonia (Barcelona) and Castille (Real Madrid), as well as of the two cities themselves, and the rivalry projects what many regard as the political and cultural tensions felt between Catalans and the Castilians.

Barcelona play their home games at the Camp Nou (Catalan for "new field"), which is often reversed in both English and Spanish to become the Nou Camp. It is a UEFA 5-star rated stadium and has hosted a number of international competitions, including European Champions League finals.

The stadium has an official capacity of 98,772, making it the largest stadium in Europe. Away from football it has also played host to a number of notable music artists, including U2, Bruce Springsteen The Three Tenors and even Frank Sinatra; while Pope John Paul II celebrated mass in front of a congregation in excess of 120,000 people in the Camp Nou in 1982.

So, as you might expect given the great allure of the Camp Nou and the surrounding environs of Spain's second largest city, hotels in Barcelona are always likely to be in huge demand – not only from visiting football teams, but also from stars of the music world, their armies of fans and tourists looking to explore Catalonia's capital city.

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