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Many different cultures have played a sport similar to the modern game of soccer but no one can really say with any certainty when or where soccer began but it is known that the earlier variations of what later became soccer were played almost 3000 years ago.
One of the earliest forms of soccer in which players kicked a ball around on a small field has been traced as far back to 1004 B.C. in Japan.
The Romans played a game that somewhat resembled modern soccer. The early Olympic games in Rome featured twenty-seven men on a side who completed so vigorously that two-thirds of them had to be hospitalized after a fifty-minute game.
While historians kept records of events such as wars and religious movements they had very little interest in preserving the various origins of soccer or many other sports, so no one can say how soccer seems to have spread from Asia to Europe.
So enjoy seeing some of the world's best soccer players caught in some interesting, funny moments.
One British hottie that’s about to make his big break in Hollywood: Sam Claflin. Sam is taking on the coveted role of Finnick Odair in the upcoming sequel to The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, which opens in less than a week! There were tons of young actors up for this role, but we think they made a great choice. But before he becomes a household name, we wanted to get to know this guy a little bit better. So, in honor of the film’s upcoming release date, we dug up some great facts about Sam. Here are 10 things you didn’t know and need to know about this breakout star:
This meme comes from the UEFA Euro 2012 semifinals match between Italy and Germany on the 28th of June, 2012, where Mario Balotelli did a memorable and funny goal celebration.
This goal celebration became a part of many really funny pictures and in this lens, you can find a collection of Balotelli meme pictures . You can find the source of a picture by clicking on it.
Love him. Hate him. But can you ignore him? He is such an amazing personality. And likewise an equally gifted footballer. He is a genius.
zlatan Top 10 Memorable Zlatan Ibrahimovic Quotes
On pitch, he can do things, which mere mortals dread to think of. Off the pitch, he is equally a tough person to deal with. And normally those who are outspoken-type, they tend to court controversy anyway.
Lets have a look at some amazing quotes from the talisman Sweden International. We pick up ten of his very best here, enjoy!
I AM ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC
I AM ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC, Zlatan’s autobiography, has been called the “best footballer’s autobiography of recent years” by the Financial Times. It’s a rip-roaring tale as Zlatan takes you from his poverty-stricken upbringing as an immigrant in Malmö, Sweden, to becoming one of the world’s most sought-after and expensive players, gracing Europe’s finest clubs, from Ajax to Juventus, Internazionale to Barcelona, Milan to Paris Saint-Germain.
He bamboozled former Liverpool defender Stephane Henchoz with his majestic skills. The former Switzerland defender was left bewildered by fancy tricks, but the event was made memorable by Zlatan’s own admission of superiority after the encounter.
He said: “First I went left, he did too. Then I went right, and he did too. Then I went left again and he went to buy a hot dog.”
On his Trial at Arsenal
Zlatan holds a high respect and admiration for Jose Mourinho (more about that later) but he was not clearly impressed with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. He was linked with a move to Arsenal back in 2000, when he was playing for Swede club Malmo. Wenger offered him a trail before a decision could be taken, to which Zlatan politely declined.
He said: “Arsene gave me the famous red and white jersey – the No 9 shirt with Ibrahimovic on it and I was so pleased I even posed for a picture wearing it,”
“It was a fantastic moment for me. Arsenal had a great team then and here was an Arsenal shirt made just for me. So then I waited for him to convince me that I should join Arsenal. But he didn’t even try.
“He never actually made me a serious offer, it was more, “I want to see how good you are, what kind of player you are. Have a trial”. I couldn’t believe it. I was like, ‘No way, Zlatan doesn’t do auditions’.”
On Jose Mourinho
Zlatan regards Jose Mourinho in the highest esteem and likewise, he has strong aversion for Pep Guardiola. A quote from his autobiography, where his admiration for the Chelsea boss is evident:
Jose Mourinho is a big star…He’s cool. The first time he met [my wife] he whispered to her: ‘Helena, you have only one mission. Feed Zlatan, let him sleep, keep him happy!’ The guy says what he wants. I like him.
And now this one, a direct comparison with Mr. Guardiola:
“Mourinho is Guardiola’s opposite. If Mourinho brightens up the room, Guardiola pulls down the curtains and I guessed that Guardiola now tried to measure himself with him.”