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FIFA BEST PLACES TO SCOUT AND GET BEST YOUNGSTERS
If you want fat money go for scouting it takes a lot of time but it is worth it
STEP 1:HIRING A SCOUTyou have to hire a perfect scout according to the requirement you see that the scout ranking goes such
Where the scout comes from doesn’t matter the nations are just to add charm to the game and animations etc so don’t worry if you are a manager in England and you get a five star scout from Spain they all work the same way and eat a lot of money now you have hired a scout.
STEP 2 : PLACES TO SENDThis is the most important part of scouting as you need to know which place will yield the best players so for that:
South america is the best place Attack kind of players like wingers,attack minded,technically gifted etc Brazil i would say is one of the best places to look for wingers as I always got a winger of overall 72 or above and age 16 in Brazil. Argentina is the best place to find forwards like attack minded people and rest of the places in south america these are useful and the best places to find forwards Do not forget to find forwards in other places such as Africa and Europe but you will get good forwards if you get lucky.
Defenders:the best place you will find defenders are in Russia Africa. if you find any good player in any other country its your luck but most spontaneous and most recurring good players will come from the above countries
STEP 3:FundsFunds will fall less when you scout so much all three players will be signed in for a 25000$ so in fifa that is a very less amount so be sure you don’t buy so many players that you have not even the money to buy yourself a young youth player.
After you buy a youth you can offer him a contract for a wage of 500$ for max five years to join the team if your team is performing he will join for less wage if your team is not performing your youngster will not accept the offer means he will not settle for less.
Scouts require a lot of funds for going to distant places and they require more funds to find players which have a more attacking role in the team so !. . . . . . Have funds
STEP 4:Sum upAs now you have all you need to be a perfect scout lets sum up:
If you are trying a new country send for 3 months
If you definitely want a particular player then send for nine months
If you want . send for six months nothing specific just a try
Always be search specific.
Sending a scout with any kind of players preference just increases the probability of bad players. So follow him on You Tube
2010 FIFA World Cup Draw Pits United States Vs
The 2010 FIFA World Cup draw was bittersweet for both the United States and England. The United States and England have to both be pleased with their groups and respective chances after the 2010 FIFA World Cup Draw.
The only hitch is the 2010 FIFA World Cup draw pits the United States against England in the opener for both teams. 59 years ago the United States did defeat England 1 0 and the two will undoubtedly have an outstanding
Group A in the 2010 FIFA World Cup consists of South Africa, Mexico, Uruguay and France. Group B of the 2010 FIFA World Cup includes Argentina, Nigeria, South Korea and Greece. Group C as we mentioned contains the United States, England, Algeria and Slovenia. Group D of the 2010 FIFA World Cup draw pits Germany, Australia, Serbia and Ghana together.
In Group E from the 2010 FIFA World Cup Draw, the Netherlands, Denmark, Japan and Cameroon will duke it out. Group F from the 2010 FIFA World Cup includes Italy, Paraguay, New Zealand and Slovakia. Group G consists of Brazil, North Korea, Ivory Coast and Portugal. Group G is already being tabbed the “Group of Death” for the 2010 FIFA World Cup just shortly after the draw because of what should be a competitive field. Group H of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Draw includes Spain, Swtizerland, Honduras and Chile.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup schedule begins Friday, June 11th. soccer standards.
Can the United States defeat England and how much would that help team USA win the group with an opening win over England? It’s certainly going to be a very important, almost do or die match, for the United States and England both in the early stages. Also on the 2010 FIFA World Cup schedule, the United States will play Slovenia on Friday, June 18th and then face Algeria on Wednesday, June 23rd. That’s a mouthful, isn’t it?Specifically I write about sports, reality television, entertainment, hot t. View profile
FIFA robs Brits of goal in World Cup
British football player Frank Lampard reacts to the disappointment of a disallowed goal during England’s 4 1 loss to Germany in Sunday’s Group of Sixteen match to determine who advances to the Quaterfinals.
Germany beat England 4 1 in South Africa this afternoon, and while the Germans dominated the British for most of the 90 minutes of the game, the one spark of hope that England possessed, in line to score two goals within a matter of seconds and tie the score, was dashed by a goal that bounced off the top bar of the goal cage and clearly landed on the grass inside the area of the goal before it bounced off the top bar again, this time being cleared out by the German goalie. The goal was waved off by the linesman and play continued as if the ball never crossed the goal line.
What does a disallowed soccer goal have to do with politics? Everything. Because politics goes way beyond just legislating and ruling, it permeates many levels of our lives. Because soccer is big business, the politics of it affects millions of people, even those who aren’t big fans, and even during our leisure time, playing couch potato on a Sunday morning.
The F Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), is a political organization that has a monopoly on the world of football. Football, as most of the world calls it, is the most popular sport in the world, despite the fact that it is not so widely embraced in the United States arguably the most important television market in the world. Football is big money.
FIFA has a monopoly and its governing body is a “Politburo” of totalitarian power. Like all despots, the leaders of FIFA, led by FIFA’s President, Joseph S. Blatter, do not accept change easily. Like all despots, the leaders of FIFA do not like suggestions from outside agitators. And like all despots, the leaders of FIFA treat controversy with a shrug of a shoulder and then just pretend it never happened.
Because of the conservatism of the blue suits in charge, FIFA will probably never accept video replay as a part of its arsenal of tools to make the officiating at FIFA matches as free of errors as possible. Conservatism within the governing branch of major sports is commonplace and not unique to the world of international football. It is FIFA’s high level of conservatism and egotistic snobbery that keeps them from accepting change, even change for the better. It is FIFA’s old school conservatism which makes it easy for them to refuse to implement even simple goal line technology similar to that used in hockey which would ensure that it is the play of the athletes on the field that decide the final score and not the mistakes of a humanly deficient officiating crew.
This is all about politics, because it exemplifies the tremendous power FIFA wields. Today’s disallowed goal which robbed Frank Lampard of a 2010 World Cup goal, affects lives way beyond his own personal statistics. At the World Cup level of the sport, even the call of a goal that probably wouldn’t have decided the game, affects lives because of huge sums of money tied up in it, and because of the huge sums of money generated by the cash cow that is the sport of international football and the huge sums of money that shift towards the victors.
If Frank Lampard can get any solace from the experience of being cheated out of a goal at the 2010 World Cup it’s that maybe, just maybe this time, the criticism of FIFA and its antiquated “shoulder shrug” attitude towards incorporating even the simplest of technology, will reach such a fevered pitch in the press throughout the world, that the blue suits of FIFA will be shamed into at least discussing it objectively in public. If there is a legitimate reason why FIFA feels that goal line technology would detract from the game, and somehow infect the purity of the sport, they should make the argument publicly, anything less is a totalitarian shrug of the shoulders and a despotic flipping of the bird at fans.
If FIFA wants to continue to gain fans through respect of the beauty of the sport and they want to continue to control the politics and purse strings of the most popular sport in the world, they owe it to the players and their fans to make it the cleanest and fairest sport in the world. That’s not just good business, that’s good politics as well.
Photo credit: Digitally captured from publicly shared video.
Source: You Tube, ESPN Television
muller says: “england were rubbish thru out the world cup. stop kidding yourself with excuses”
Obviously muller YOU CAN’T READ. There are no excuses for anybody in my article. If YOU COULD READ, you would see that the entire article is about FIFA their antiquated view of the sport they govern as dictators. IF YOU COULD READ, you’d have seen that those in charge of FIFA are too stupid to realize that even though they refuse any form of technology to aid in assuring that their sport is played out on a level field, the world IS viewing it in instant replay. The days of no proof of a bad call are decades behind us.
IF YOU COULD READ, you’d see that while I couldn’t have cared less who won the match, I despise bull headed conservatism that stifles progress in many facets of life, even a game so insignificant (to me) as a pre quarter final qualifier game of soccer.
I guess whoever read the article to you didn’t do a very good job if you thought I was making excuses for England.
What about the goal the refs allowed in our game vs Argentina?!
Any real soccer/football fan knows the value of a goal. ONE goal TOTALLY changes a game. England vs Germany. Germany is the better team. If the goal counted, the score would have been 2 2. England would not have to press forward for a tying goal. would not leave themselves vulnerable to a counter attack (which Germany used to score two quick goals). Same with Mexico. Argentina is the better team, when the offsides goal was allowed, it totally changed the dynamics of the game, and Mexico’s stategy.
These players work their entire lives to make it to the World Cup, train their entire lives to play at soccer’s top level. Only to have a game decided (or greatly influeneced) by bad calls. Bad calls that can easily be corrected by a 4th offical having a monitor/watching the reply/relaying the correct call to the head ref via the radio headphones they are already wearing!.