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  • Italian Soccer – Loving the Play of Calcio By:-Charles Hilson
    If there is one thing that all Italians love, then it would be calcio, the Italian soccer sport. Calcio is the Italian word for “kick”, even if the original version dos not only include kicking bu also punching, elbowing and head-butting. If you get to be in Italy and would want to start a positive conversation, then be sure to speak good about this old Italian sport. If you want to capture an Italian by heart, make sure that you learn how to play it. It is no big wonder why Italians as well as many people in the world love the Italian version of football as the games exude hours of energy, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
  • The Messiah Kevin Keegan Returns To Newcastle United By:-dr kuelker
    It is a funny old game, that is for sure! OK, hands up! How many of you had money on King Kev being the next sacrificial lamb (sorry, manager) in the Toon hot-seat? No, I did not either. Talk about the crazy world of football. You could not make it up, could you? It is either a master stroke by Mike Ashley, the Newcastle owner, or they will be leading him away in a white jacket in about a years time. Of course the other option is Ashley has a huge share holding in Newcastle Brown Ale because you can bet there was a tonne of it drunk last night in the bars and clubs of Newcastle as the realisation that the Prodigal Son had returned from the wilderness began to sink in.
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