Goncalo Ramos tipped for Manchester United move in January transfer window by bookies

Goncalo Ramos tipped for Manchester United move in January transfer window by bookies

After a brief cameo at this year’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Benfica forward, Goncalo Ramos has been tipped to become the first addition to Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United in a cagey January transfer window – replacing Portuguese compatriot, Cristiano Ronaldo. Ramos, who netted his second, third, and fourth international goals for Portugal earlier…

World Cup 2022 – Can Germany Rebound After A Disappointing 2020 Euro Campaign?

World Cup 2022 – Can Germany Rebound After A Disappointing 2020 Euro Campaign?

As one of the traditional World Cup powerhouses, Germany will be hoping to restamp their authority over the tournament in 2022. Whilst their team’s starting XI may be entering the twilight of their careers, there is a surplus of young talent just waiting for an opening to make their own mark on an international stage….

World Cup 2022 – Will Wales Dare To Reach For Greatness?

World Cup 2022 – Will Wales Dare To Reach For Greatness?

With the 2022 World Cup rapidly approaching, fans of each nation competing are desperately praying that their team will be victorious. Brazil, France, Argentina, and England are the teams that take the headlines, but we have seen time and time again small teams who defy all expectations, leaving their mark on the iconic competition. One…

World Cup 2022 – Could Messi Lead Argentina To Glory One Last Time?

World Cup 2022 – Could Messi Lead Argentina To Glory One Last Time?

At the 2022 World Cup, Lionel Messi will lead Argentina out to what will surely be his last time competing in the penultimate international footballing competition. Argentina possesses a solid team with great attacking potential. However, they do somewhat lack depth in their defensive line, which will no doubt make them one of the most…

World Cup 2022 – Could It Be Time For A Spanish Resurgence?

World Cup 2022 – Could It Be Time For A Spanish Resurgence?

After winning the 2010 World Cup, Spain looked near unstoppable. However, they have failed to reach such heights since, with their 2018 World Cup campaign ending in an embarrassing loss to Russia. However, the Spanish are looking to mount a resurgence in 2022. They now have a team full of young prospects and grizzled veterans,…

World Cup 2022 – Could France Pull Off Consecutive Victories?

World Cup 2022 – Could France Pull Off Consecutive Victories?

The 2022 World Cup is rapidly approaching and speculation is rife about who will come out on top this year. France were victorious in 2018, and will no doubt be looking to replicate their success this time around. Whilst Brazil are the current betting favorites to win the competition, France and England are jointly tied…

Could 2022 Be The Year For England To Finally Claim Their Second World Cup?

Could 2022 Be The Year For England To Finally Claim Their Second World Cup?

The 2022 World Cup is rapidly approaching and fans are already speculating as to which country will come out on top this time around. Brazil have opened as betting favorites, although they are closely followed by England and France, all of who are capable of fielding squads filled with a plethora of talent and depth….

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Official Women’s World Cup Soccer Ball 2015

Women’s World Cup 2015 Match Ball For FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada, 2015 Adidas unveils Match Ball for 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ FIFA and Adidas celebrate women’s football  05-Dec-2014Adidas today unveiled the official match ball of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015, the Adidas conext15. The ball features a new green, red and…

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Icon Official Match Ball of the 1999 Women’s World Cup

Engineered to the same specifications as the Equipment Tricolore (the Official Match ball of World Cup France 98′), the Adidas Equipment Icon was FIFA’s Official Matchball for the Women’s World Cup in 1999. This ball was the first one designed specifically for the Women’s World Cup.  Unlike traditional soccer balls, the Equipment Icon uses the same syntactic…