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10 things you need to know about Italian soccer

Soccer is a world renowned game which is played all across the globe. It is one of the most prominent games which is played and loved by all. The people are crazy for this game. There are teams which are famous because of their players and the games which they have played. The god of soccer is pale who is also known as the black pearl. The player's life Maradona and ronaldo have taken the game to new heights of popularity. The craze of the game creates a sensation all around the globe when the soccer world cup which is played in every four years takes place.

All the places and the streets are deserted when the world cup is on. It grabs the whole world like a fever. There are many teams which are there in this world like Brazil, Germany, France, and Italy which are famous for its world class players which they have given to the world. There are many clubs like Manchester united and Manchester city who hire some of the top soccer players to play for their club. The pay which they get is huge as they are priceless players, and keeping them in team boosts up the moral of the other teammates.

The national Italian soccer team is very much recognized by the games which they play. The techniques which are adopted by them are different from all the other teams which are present in the world. Soccer is not just a game in Italy; it is the passion which runs in the blood of every Italian child. There are different clubs which provide with Soccer Course for the kids who aspire to be a soccer player in the future. In some of the schools in Italy, there are Soccer Academies which are included in the school curriculum of the kids so that they get the in-depth knowledge of the game.

There are various things which a person should know about the Italian soccer. The technique of hitting the ball is more important than hitting the ball with power. That is what the Italian players do. One can see the body structure of the Italian players, they are lean and thin but the technique which they have is superb. The Italian players keep their body in a relaxed way which helps them in getting the ball in a simple way. It is the technique of handling the ball rather than physical strength. The Soccer Course which is given to the kids of Italy tells about all the techniques which are required for the player to play the game. The Italian players know how to kick the ball with both their feet that is the reason the goal score rate is more. The other players of different teams don't know the technique of playing with both the feet's. The Italian players have the best tactical experience and defensive techniques in comparison to any other teams in this world.

The Soccer Academies tells about all the important points which are required in an Italian soccer player. It also tells about all the information which a person needs to know about the Italian soccer. And also the history of the Italian soccer and what is its importance.

 


Italian Serie A - Alessandro Del Piero is a legend in Italian football

Alessandro Del Piero is a talented striker. Because of his good performance he has evolved into one of the most important and renowned Italian soccer players.

Del Piero took his first steps in professional football in 1991 in Padova Calcio in the Italian Serie B. He remained there until 1993 when he was transferred to Juventus FC in Serie A.

In his first season with Juve, Alessandro alternated his competition among the junior team. That season he went on to score five goals in fourteen matches, including taking action in the UEFA Cup 1993-94.

From next season on, Alessandro becomes a fundamental part of Juventus. From 1994 to 1998, the collaboration of Alex takes Juventus to capture three Serie A titles, a Coppa Italia, an Italian Supercup, a UEFA Champions League trophy, a UEFA Super Cup and an Intercontinental Cup.

During the 1998-99 season, a serious left knee injury leaves Del Piero out of competition for nine months. During that period, and after a complex negotiation, Alessandro renewed his contract with the Bianconeri until 2004.

The striker returned to the professional circuit the next season. Although he said he was fully recovered, the player didn't shine throughout the season. He only scored 9 goals in 34 games. During the 2000-01 season, he was not able to excel and finished with 9 goals in 25 games.

Alessandro found his best form in the 2001-02 season and took Juventus back to the winning path. From there on, Del Piero has helped La Vecchia Signora add four Scudetti, two Italian Supercup and the Serie B championship (2006-07) to its record.

His good performance is also reflected with the Italian National Team, whit which he has been playing since 1995. With Italy he has scored 27 goals and has participated in 91 international matches. His participation in the 2006 World Cup was key in Italy's win.

Among his many individual accomplishments, Del Piero has won several awards such as top scorer of the UEFA Champions League (1997-1998), Italian Footballer of the Year (1998-2008), top scorer in Serie A (2007-2008) and three ESM Team of the Year (1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98), among others.

Del Piero has gone so far as to overcame Giampiero Boniperti records, one of the legendary players of Juventus. This was marked last weekend when Alex played, against AC Milan, meet # 648 wearing the Juventus jersey. In this meeting, which ended 2-1 in favor of the bianconeris, the Italian star hit a new record by scoring his 179th goal in Serie A.

Alessandro Del Piero, is a player who has known how to gain acceptance from teammates and fans. This is one of the important points that Luigi Del Neri, the Juventus coach, has taken into account to keep the captain Del Piero within their work plans.

 


Formula One - McLaren and Ferrari United As One

The former arch rivals have decided to have a close working and professional relationship to show the powers that be of Formula One of their united stand as the racing teams led by the two rivals formed a group that shall look after the teams' interests. The Formula One Teams Association (FOTA) was set up to represent the teams in negotiations with the governing FIA (International Automobile Federation) and commercial head honcho Bernie Ecclestone. Fota are headed by Ferrari president and Ecclestone critic Luca de Montezemelo.

McLaren top executive Ron Dennis decribed the two teams ties as profound and admitted that he did not foresee the rivals eventually joining hands. Ferrari spokesman Luca Colajanni visited McLaren's Woking factory to meet the staff and Dennis. I guess with this newly formed relationship, it was but natural that executives from each side visit each others' headquarters.

The two teams turbulent past reached its climax two years ago when Ferrari accused McLaren of possessing important technical data of its cars. McLaren was fined $100 million and stripped of all its constructors' points. Not satisfied, Ferrari took legal action against McLaren with Dennis and other top officers interrogated by Italian police. Ferrari dropped all action though when McLaren issued an apology.

This season, FIA head Max Mosely has implemented new rules in Formula One, shaking up its present structure with the primary goal of cutting operational costs, perhaps standardizing engines. For its part, FOTA will be responsible for all the teams' interests. It shall provide the voice for all the teams.

All the teams do agree that the new rules may have provided each and eveyone significant savings in operatinal costs not only in this season but the future as well, FOTA are negotiating that the teams shall have a greater share in the commercial revenues than what they have at the moment which is peg at 50%.

Montezemelo said that Dennis, who shall concentrate on FOTA after divesting himself of the day-to-day operations of the McLaren Racing Team, is a first-class person with a first-class team. He further added that Formula One needed great competition on the track and great unity off the track.

Formula One teams found it necessary to form a group after the financial crisis hit most of the major economies. It also affected major teams like Honda as they placed their team up for sale. The radical changes in the rules have been approved first by FOTA before it was actually implemented for this season. FOTA intends to keep the teams work together for the advancement of Formula One as they continuously seek ways and innovative ideas that shall improve the sport. They also would like to address the issues confronting men nowadays like making the cars more affordable and environment friendly.

I just hope that Ferrari and McLaren do keep their partnership lasting. For the sake of the other teams.

 




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