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Endo: We are mentally strong (FIFA.com) Monday 28 June 2010

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

One of the most consistent performers in Takeshi Okada’s Japan team, midfielder Yasuhito Endo played a key role in their 1-0 victory over Cameroon. After featuring prominently again in a narrow defeat against the Netherlands, Endo went on to justify his status as the reigning AFC Player of the Year in the 3-1 dismantling of Denmark, driving the midfield and scoring their second goal with a sublime free-kick.
Ahead of the Samaurai Blues' historic last-16 clash with Paraguay, the quietly spoken 30-year-old took time out to talk to FIFA about his scoring secrets, Japan’s strengths and their prospects for the remaining competition.
FIFA: You left your opponents in awe with your free-kick against Denmark. Do you have a special method or technique when taking set-pieces?
Yasuhito Endo:
I took the free-kick as I always do, there was nothing special. But each time I have to take a different angle, if needed, when kicking.
Your next opponents are Paraguay, a team also known for their sublime passing techniques. What are your thoughts ahead of that match?We have watched their games. They are really hard-working players and the team is quite creative. That said, we have a great deal in common so we must strive hard to defeat them.

We are mentally strong and we are now playing with a really positive attitude.
Yasuhito Endo, Japan midfielder
"Running football" and free-kicks are the things people mention when they talk of Japan's strengths, qualities which have helped you overcome Cameroon and Denmark to qualify for the second round. What is your view?I think this is correct. We have put in a great deal of effort in training so we are able to move forward very strongly when the ball is passed. Set-pieces are also an important weapon for us. We are also strong when playing as a group. When you perform on the international stage you have to show your best otherwise you have no way of winning, and we must keep on doing that if we are to continue our good run.
When Japan qualified for South Africa 2010 a year ago, coach Takeshi Okada stated the team’s goal was to reach the semi-finals. Having made the Round of 16, are you confident that you will achieve that goal?Yes, I am confident. I hope the forthcoming matches will turn out in our favour.
Japan used to be vulnerable when they played against physically stronger European teams, but having played so well against the Netherlands and Denmark, do you think you have learned how to cope with them?First of all, we are mentally strong and we are now playing with a really positive attitude. In terms of tactics, we have changed a bit too, so the team are going in the right direction. Needless to say, our goal is to keep going like this and win games.

Honda gunning for Paraguay (FIFA.com) Tuesday 29 June 2010

Japan's talismanic forward, Keisuke Honda, is confident he can continue his fine run of form against Paraguay in the teams' Round of 16 showdown in Tshwane/Pretoria on Tuesday.
The 25-year-old converted striker has already scored twice in Japan's groundbreaking run in South Africa, establishing himself as a pivotal figure as Takeshi Okada's side have reached the last 16 for the first time beyond home shores. With Japan now bidding to go one step further and reach the quarter-finals for the first time, the CSKA Moscow man sounded an optimistic note as he told FIFA.com: "Paraguay are a strong team but I am confident I can score and my team can win the game to progress."
Honda struck a spectacular free-kick in the 3-1 victory over Denmark that secured Japan's last-16 berth. In thundering the ball past Thomas Sorensen from 30 yards, he enhanced a reputation as a dead-ball specialist, having earlier this year fired CSKA into the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals with a long-range effort against Sevilla. On his set-piece prowess, he said: "I particularly hope I can score for Japan with my free-kicks because I put a lot of effort into practising them. I have a powerful shot and so usually take the long-distance free-kicks and leave [Yasuhito] Endo to handle the rest."
While Endo also converted a free-kick against the Danes as Japan scored three in a FIFA World Cup game for the first time, it is Honda who is taking the majority of the plaudits for Japan's progress, given he also struck the solitary goal in the opening Group E win over Cameroon. Normally deployed as a midfielder, he was pushed up front as Japan's lone striker as Okada gambled on a solution to the team's lack of firepower in the run-up to the finals, when they hit only one goal in four friendly games.

And the new-found lethal weapon showed he can also provide a killer pass when he set up Shinji Okazaki for the late third against Denmark that made sure of second place in the group. "I want to score more goals but the most important thing is that the team get the win. I will do my best to help us achieve our goals and I really don’t care if I score or not so long as we win," said Honda, speaking after training on the eve of the Paraguay game.

They are swift in pressing forward and are dangerous in switching between defence and attack so we need to play a little back.
Keisuke Honda on Paraguay
The South Americans will pose a difficult test given they topped Group F, shrugging off their old image as an ultra-defensive side in the process. Honda believes Japan are right to be wary of opponents also seeking a first quarter-final place. "They are swift in pressing forward and are dangerous in switching between defence and attack so we need to play a little back. We'll have to work harder than them to limit their chances."
Honda's view was echoed by coach Okada, who urged his players to "go out there and give their all". He added: "Paraguay are strong opponents but they are not impossible to defeat. We do have a chance if we can give 100 per cent of our abilities. I hope our players play are at their best both physically and mentally tomorrow to produce the best possible performance."

Flower Full Moon May 2010 By Loy Young

Monday, June 28, 2010

Did you ever wonder where the Full Moon names came from that we use in the United States? They came from the Native American tribes that lived here long before the Europeans arrived. They named the Full Moons according to the unique characteristics of the month, which helped them to track the passing seasons. There was some variation between tribes in the names given. May, for instance, is known as the Flower Full Moon because of the abundance of flowers that were blooming everywhere. Another name was the Full Corn Planting Moon, as the frosts were over and it was time to plant their corn. When the European settlers arrived, they kept this Native American custom and of course added some names of their own. For instance, the English called the May Moon the Milk Moon.
Beauty is the Astrological Theme
As the astrological theme for the year 2010 through 2011, which began with the Vernal Equinox announcing spring, is beauty, the Flower Full Moon name seems most appropriate. All you have to do is feast your eyes on all the gorgeous flowers in full bloom throughout the United States to fully grasp the unfolding task ahead of us for the year in everything we do.
New Moon on May 13, 2010
The Moon Goddess's Flower Full Moon has its beginning at the New Moon May 13, 2010 6:05 pm PDT. We will not see the Moon at this time, as she is in the shadows, between Mother Earth and the Sun. It is at this exact time that the Sun is fully illuminating the Moon Goddess back side with his sun rays. If you are sensitive, you could very well feel a pull on your emotional nature. Keep a look out for the Moon Goddess's crescent moon which will be appearing in the next two or three days, truly always a beauty to behold.
Magical Seven Day Moon Goddess Cycle
The first three days are a time of preparation, the Full Moon itself and three days afterward to assimilate. Your purpose is to awaken your intuition, as your wisdom beyond logic unfolds.
Prepare your Physical Body
On Monday, May 24, you want to embrace your physical body, give it your attention. What's unique about your body, the beauty that you want to accentuate? If you haven't given it much attention and it's out of shape, today's the day to take charge. Remember by the end of the astrological year, you want to reach another level of bringing your inner beauty to the outside.
Prepare Your Emotions
On Tuesday, May 25, your feelings can give you the easiest access to your intuition, so transform any feelings that do not reflect the beauty, the potential you know is within you today.Ensure your tone of voice is loving today to everyone you meet. And it goes without saying; steer clear of any toxic emotional relationship issues today.
Prepare Your Mind
On Wednesday, May 26, inspiration is the key to clearing out your mind and bringing it into a place of beauty. Sounds have a way of lifting you into your intuition. Listen to inspirational music that will uplift you today.
Flower Full Moon
On Thursday, May 27 at 4:08 pm PDT, you have a full twenty four hours to receive the Moon Goddess's Full Moon illumination, twelve hours before the actual time and twelve hours afterward. As much as you can, stay in silence and let your intuition take the lead. The Full Moon is a time when the veil between life and death is dropped and during your waking consciousness, you can often receive directly from your higher self that is not in this physical dimension.
For the next three days, it is time to integrate what you have received from your higher self.
Mental Day
On Friday, May 28, concentrate on mental clarity. This Full Moon occurred during Gemini, a time of understanding. It's time to understand that this whole astrological year is really about for you. How will you fully activate the beauty that you know is within you and bring it all the way out where it's easily seen, just like the beautiful flowers that are in bloom everywhere during the month of May.
Emotional Day
On Saturday, May 29, integrate what you received emotionally. Today is all about the relationships in your life. Transform any conflict into beauty, as toxic relationships are ugly and will keep you from becoming who you deserve to be this year. Find what you truly accept about other people as well as yourself, and voice it.
Physically Day
On Sunday, May 30, integrate what you received physically. It is Memorial Day weekend. What action can you do today that adds more beauty to your environment? Why not decorate with flowers, they are in abundance everywhere.
Accomplished astrologist and relationship specialist, Loy Young is devoted to teaching personal empowerment embracing the cosmic energies. Become skilled at creating exceptional relationships and live a remarkable life. Sign up for her FREE Zodiac signs and forecasts newsletter. Use the monthly energies to enhance your relationships and daily life. Visit Loy at http://www.loysrelationshipastrology.info/about/
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Powder Metallurgy - Basic Information By Von Bautista

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Powder metallurgy was formerly known as lost art. Not like clay or other stoneware materials, the skills in molding and firing useful and ornamental metallic objects were seldom applied in the early phases of history.
Metal powders like gold, copper and also bronze and many other powdered oxides specifically iron oxide which are used as colors, were utilized for ornamental uses in ceramic objects, used as base in paints and inks and also in cosmetics since the start of history. Powdered gold has been used in illustrating several manuscripts in the early times. The procedure in producing the powdered gold was not known, but it was possible that lots of powder were taken through granulation after the melting of the metal. Low dissolving points as well as resistance to corrosion favored the procedures, particularly in production of gold powder.
The utilization of these fine particles for pigments or decorative purposes is not a real powder metallurgy, since the important features of the current art are the creation of powder and consolidation into the hard form by means of putting force and heat at the warmth below the liquefying point of the main element.
The two principal techniques utilized to shape and consolidate the ceramics or powder metallurgy are sintering and injection of metal molding. Current improvements have possibly done to make use of speedy manufacturing techniques that use metal powder. Due to this method the powder is not sintered but melted so better mechanical power can be attained.
A much broader assortment of products might be attained from powder processing rather than straight alloying of merged materials. In dissolving procedure the "phase rule" can be applied to all untainted and merged elements and firmly dictates the sharing of solid and liquid stages which may exist for particular compositions. Furthermore, the entire body liquefying of starting substances is needed for alloying, hence, commanding annoying element, thermal and suppression limitation on manufacturing. Unluckily, the management of aluminum/iron tiny particles poses principal problems. Other materials that are principally reactive by means of atmospheric oxygen like tin is sintered in unique atmosphere or by means of temporary coatings.
In ceramics or powder metallurgy, it is probable to produce components which would disintegrate or decay. All concerns of solid-liquid stage changes may be overlooked, so powder procedures are more supple than forging, casting or extrusion techniques. Controllable character of products set by the use of several powder technologies including automatic, magnetic and some unconventional characteristics of such substances as spongy solids, aggregates and inter-metallic compounds. Competitive distinctiveness of production procedures can also be regulated strictly.
Products of powder metallurgy at present are used in the broad range of business, from automotive as well as aerospace applications into power apparatus and household appliances. Every year the international awards for powder metallurgy highlight the increasing capabilities of the expertise.
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Beating Off System Hassles With Computer Troubleshooting By John Willey II

In a normal working life one is always expected to utilise his computer, while in an extreme working life, one cannot assure a worthy move without his computer processing at a rocketing speed. This is not fictitious as many corporates get so heavy systems enabled in their premises that their network give tough competetion to their rivals.
However, when one gets connected to web, besides a lot of advantages his system gets prone to numrous viruses which can record its win over the whole working system, throwing an individual into a deep trouble.
A lot of corporates are feeling the pressure of computer problems as a lot of loss is suffered by these entities when their system fails to execute a task. No wonder, a huge IT team works with them.
But, at an individual level, its not possible to keep an IT expert on toes to help when the deadly virus strikes a PC.
Therefore, the option of computer troubleshooting available online is heavily relied upon.
As per the functioning process, these web portals help the individuals in throwing away the troubles related to computers which comes in the form of some latest virus, for which the cure is not easily available over the web.
Further, these hassles often comes in the form of hanging up of a system at the point of time when the speed is needed at a higher extent.
Computer troubleshooting often is available as packages, which an individual can avail through a lot of web portals working for offering the same facility only.
Here, one can subscribe for the package a lower cost and can avail the facilities like 'one year anti-virus', computer and laptop repair for a particular point of time, availability of technicians for telecom assistance and the added attraction here is that a lot of service providers even send the technicians for home service also.
Hence, one can easily say that as the trouble related to systems is increasing, the process of computer troubleshooting is also boosting up in the market and is finding customers from all over the world.
John Willey is A Tech Support Expert currently working in The Support Online a computer tech support company provides online technical support, computer network troubleshooting, computer maintenance services, computer troubleshooting, computer network maintenance services having a team of Microsoft certified technicians.
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quartersfinals

 ghana vs uruguay   2 juli 2010 in Johannesburg
germany vs argentina 3 juli in cape town

two match from afrca team versus american south team
and eropa team versus south smerica team

who the champioan ..? from analisys south america team have power and hearth ball....from strategy, teknik, and etc

argentina team is full team from back to front session....i think have change to champion


ghana is one africa team ...repeat hystory as sanegal,cameroon,...but uruguay team defensive

maybe same power and one point for ghana

Tevez shines as Argentina oust Mexico

Argentina have set up another FIFA World Cup™ quarter-final against Germany after overcoming Mexico 3-1 at Johannesburg’s Soccer City Stadium. Carlos Tevez emerged as the hero with a brace of goals, while Gonzalo Higuain was also on target as Diego Maradona’s Albiceleste set up a rematch against their 2006 conquerors.
The Mexicans ultimately proved no match for their clinical South American opponents, yet it all started so promisingly for Javier Aguirre’s side, with Carlos Salcido rattling the crossbar with a stunning long-range drive after just eight minutes. There was another lucky escape for Argentina just a minute later, when Andres Guardado drilled in a shot from the edge of the box that spun away from the far post just as the net looked set to bulge.
Maradona’s side were hardly lacking in attacking menace themselves, however, and Lionel Messi soon embarked on one of his trademark elusive runs before attempting a chip over Oscar Perez that the Mexico keeper judged well. Messi’s hunt for a goal at South Africa 2010 continues, but it wasn’t long before the Barcelona talisman played a key role as another of Argentina’s star forwards opened his tournament account.
Carlos Tevez might have thought his chance had gone when Perez raced out to block bravely at his feet, but Messi was quick-witted enough to return the ball towards goal, where the Manchester City striker was waiting to head home. Breaking the deadlock enabled Argentina to take a firm grip on proceedings, and within seven minutes that hold was strengthened as Mexico reached for the self-destruct button.
Quite what Ricardo Osorio was thinking when he played a square pass to the feet of Gonzalo Higuain is unclear, but it was a gift the Real Madrid striker readily accepted, coolly dragging the ball around the grounded Perez before side-footing into the empty net for his fourth goal of the tournament.
Even with the best part of an hour remaining, it was difficult to envisage Mexico finding a way back into this match, and Argentina could have been out of sight altogether by half-time had Higuain not headed wastefully wide with the goal at his mercy. Maradona’s men are capable of scoring at any time though, and from any situation – as Carlos Tevez proved six minutes into the second half.
The Albiceleste No11 benefited from a fortuitous break 25 yards from goal, but there was no luck involved in what followed, with Tevez lashing an unstoppable drive into the top-right-hand corner for one of the goals of the tournament. Mexico must have realised the game was up at this stage, but it was to their credit that they continued to attack with conviction, and they should have pulled a goal back on 63 minutes when Javier Hernandez headed over when it seemed easier to score.
The Manchester United-bound youngster made amends with 19 minutes remaining, however, brilliantly turning Martin Demichelis on the edge of the box before rifling a stunning left-foot shot into the roof of the Argentinian net. It would prove scant consolation for the crestfallen Mexicans, but while El Tri return home with their dreams dashed, Argentina can begin plotting revenge against some familiar foes. (fifa.com)

Apple iPhone 4

Saturday, June 26, 2010

by Mark Spoonauer on June 25, 2010

This time it’s personal. No, we’re not referring to the increasingly testy rivalry between Apple and Google’s multiplying Android army. We’re talking about how much more personal a communicator the iPhone 4 is relative to its predecessor. For the first time ever you can have face-to-face video chats (though for now only with other iPhone 4 owners), and Apple has so vastly improved the camera on its handheld that you'll think twice about using that pocket-size digicam or camcorder to record precious memories. Even the relationship between you and your content—whether it’s the stuff you record, apps, websites, or iTunes videos—feels more personal, thanks to the ultra-sharp Retina display on this device.

When you consider that the iPhone 4 is also the thinnest smart phone on the market and it offers a considerably beefier battery than the iPhone 3GS, it’s hard to find fault with this sequel. Or is it? Monster-size competitors like the Evo 4G and Droid X are breathing down Apple’s neck, and one can’t ignore AT&T’s overtaxed network. Despite some flaws, the iPhone 4 does enough to stay slightly ahead of the superphone pack.

Design

Not only is the iPhone 4 a vast departure from the 3GS’ bulbous plastic backside, it’s also the antithesis of the big Android slabs that have suddenly become all the rage. In fact, the two-tone black-and-silver design looks like a very slim and elegant pocket camera. And we mean slim. At 0.37 inches, no other smart phone on the market has a sleeker profile. The iPhone 4 is also thinner and narrower than the 3GS, though both devices weigh the same 4.8 ounces.

While devices like the HTC Evo 4G and Motorola Droid X have sturdy and functional industrial designs, we wouldn’t call them sexy. The iPhone 4, by contrast, screams luxury; between the chemically hardened glass and little touches like how the light reflects off the ridges of the stainless steel band, this device looks and feels more expensive than its price tag intimates.

This silver band, which Apple claims is forged to be five time stronger than standard steel, wraps around the whole phone. On top you’ll find the power button, 3.5mm headphone jack, and one of two microphones (used for FaceTime calls and suppressing noise). The second mic (for voice calls, memos, and voice commands) is on the bottom along with the speaker and dock connector. A ringer switch and two circular volume controls line the left side, and the hole to access the micro-SIM Card is on the right. The black chassis (white coming soon) has a glossy but classy look and houses the 5-megapixel camera and LED flash.


Too bad Apple didn’t see fit to include a dedicated camera button for launching the app and taking photos. You can’t even program a shortcut for double tapping the Home button, as that’s now reserved for multitasking/switching apps. You also won’t find an HDMI port, which would make it much easier to share the HD footage you record with the iPhone 4’s camera on a big-screen TV. (Here’s hoping Apple or someone else launches an HDMI dock.)

Retina Display

While other smart phone makers are touting larger displays that display more information at once or Super AMOLED technology that’s tailor-made for outdoor readability, Apple went a different direction with the iPhone 4. Its Retina display (so named because the company claims that consumers can’t distinguish individual pixels) emphasizes clarity and pixels per inch. In fact, this handset’s 960 x 640-pixel, 326 dpi screen doubles that of the iPhone 3GS. While the Droid X’s display is nearly an inch larger (4.3 inches), it has a lower resolution of 854 x 480 pixels.

The end result is that text reads as if you were out of a magazine, an effect enhanced by the fact that everything from photos to webpages appear as if they’re painted on top of the display. IPS technology (found on the iPad) delivers superb viewing angles, putting the 3GS and most other smart phones to shame.

Now, the effect isn’t exactly mind-blowing, but we could definitely notice the difference when we had the same New York Times page and weather widget displayed on the iPhone 4 and its predecessor. Text was much sharper, and we could make out more detail in the two same Flickr photos of the Eiffel Tower.

App developers have already started to write or re-write applications for the iPhone 4’s Retina display, including Twitter and EA Sports’ NCAA Football (even the logos seem to jump off the screen). Having said all that, there are some benefits to a larger-screen device. For example, we were able to make out more text on The New York Times homepage on the 4.3-inch Evo 4G without needing to zoom in, and watching movies and TV shows is a more immersive experience (despite the narrower viewing angles). 

Apple’s latest smart phone raises the bar for displays, camera quality, and two-way video chat in a remarkably slim and sexy design. (http://www.laptopmag.com)

Ayew comes of age

Sometimes it takes just one match to transform a career, 90 minutes or more after which no one will ever regard you the same way again. The Round of 16 meeting between the United States and Ghana was just such a game for Andre Ayew, the talented young Black Stars forward and son of former legend Abedi Pele.
“He was great this evening,” team-mate John Pantsil told FIFA.com after Ghana reached the quarter-finals courtesy of a 2-1 extra-time success. “I’m very happy for him. He’s imposing himself little by little in the team and he’s clearly one of the most talented players in the squad. Today he proved he could carry the whole side on his shoulders.”
Young and confident
A constant buzz of activity over 120 minutes at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Ayew popped up on the left, right and even through the middle after Kevin-Prince Boateng was taken off. Overflowing with the confidence of youth, he even had the audacity to keep sending the experienced Stephen Appiah back into position in the closing minutes.
“He’s a super lad,” added Anthony Annan, speaking to FIFA.com. “Since his arrival in the senior team, he’s always been very respectful towards the older players. He listens to their advice and worked hard to win his place. He’s not the type to always show off, even if he has the talent to justify it. We’re all very happy for him.”
The highlight of his contribution to a top-drawer encounter was undoubtedly the long ball he sent into space for Asamoah Gyan to bury the winning strike. Thanks in no small part to their gifted 20-year-old, Ghana have now become only the third African side in FIFA World Cup™ history to advance to the last eight, following in the footsteps of Cameroon in 1990 and Senegal in 2002.
"We fought like lions"Living up to his reputation for humility, Ayew played down his display when given the chance to air his thoughts. “Of course, I’m happy to have been named Man of the Match in a World Cup game at only 20,” he told FIFA.com. “I think I had a good match, but it wasn’t en extraordinary performance either. The coach [Milovan Rajevac] put his faith in me and it was the least I could do to give everything for him.”
Without waiting for another question, Ayew then made a point of praising what was an excellent team effort. “Everyone played a great match tonight,” he added. “We fought like lions and showed plenty of determination and application. We deserve our place among the eight best teams in the world.”
The only negative was the yellow card which will rule the forward out of the Black Stars’ last-eight tie with Uruguay. “It’s infuriating,” he explained. “I’m now hoping my colleagues will qualify so that I can compete for a place in the starting XI for the semi-final. That would be a historic moment. For now, it's a case of job done.” Perhaps, but in helping them complete their task Ayew has evolved from boyish prospect to maturing stalwart.  (fifa.com)

Capello says Rooney is fit (AFP) Sunday 27 June 2010 Capello says Rooney is fit

Fabio Capello has reassured England fans that striker Wayne Rooney is fit and strong enough to last 120 minutes if needed against Germany in the last 16 of the FIFA World Cup™.
Manchester United striker Rooney has been criticised for below-par performances in the tournament so far and caused further anxiety when he was substituted against Slovenia in England's final group game because of an ankle problem. He has recovered well since then, with Joe Cole claiming his team-mate has been back to his very best on the training field, and Capello expects a big performance from Rooney in Sunday's last-16 clash with Germany in Bloemfontein.
When asked if the striker was fit enough to last not just 90 minutes but also extra-time if necessary the England manager was unequivocal, saying: "He's OK, no problems. He is perfect. It was just a knock." That one phrase will come as a huge boost to England because Rooney has always been regarded as the player to make his country tick and he has been under intense scrutiny in South Africa.
He has failed to score in the tournament so far and was involved in controversy when he appeared to criticise fans for booing their team off the pitch following a goalless draw against Algeria. However it appears he has been swiftly forgiven by both fans and manager, enjoying chants of 'Rooooney' during England's victory over Slovenia as well as backing from Capello.

He [Rooney] is perfect. It was just a knock.
Fabio Capello, England coach
"I saw the group games on DVD and I was happy with Rooney's performances," the Italian said. "He has been playing well. The World Cup is not an easy game to play and I'm happy with the performance of Rooney. I hope on Sunday he will play the way he did against Slovenia. And I hope that he will score."
The pressure on Rooney against Germany will be all the more intense because of the rivalry between the two countries. England lost on penalties to the Germans in the semi-finals of Italia 90 and UEFA EURO 96 but can also look back on victories in EURO 2000 and of course the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final. But Capello is anxious not to build the hype. "To go forward you have to beat all the teams," he said. "Germany is one of those teams, not more. I respect Germany but I think also Germany respects us."
England captain Steven Gerrard, who scored in England's opening game against the United States, believes his revitalised team will take another step forward against the Germans after having made such a slow start to their campaign. "These are the games when you need to stand up and be counted. It's the stage that growing up you want to be playing at," he said.
"There could be a moment in the game at any time that could come to define a player's career. You look forward to it, it's a fantastic game to play in and everyone is excited. The plan as captain is to lead this team as far as I can. Yes, I got the captaincy under difficult circumstances but it's my responsibility now and I'm enjoying it. I would love nothing better than to win this game and take the team into the quarter-finals."


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two one in two match

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2 : 1 for 2 match night korea republic vs uruguay and USA vs Ghana
1 goal in first leg and 2 gol in second leg sam match same player, game and goal

one team happy and one team is sad ...tragic and cried eyes out......


its match is only the game certain win and lose

many player on the match golden gol, best player, team sportive etc
  • Kevin Prince BOATENG (5')USA:GHA - Kevin Prince BOATENG
  • Asamoah GYAN (93')USA:GHA - Asamoah GYAN

statistic USA Vs Ghana africa

USA (USA)StatisticsGhana (GHA)
20Shots16
6Shots on goal6
1Goals Scored2
11Fouls Committed19
18Fouls Suffered10
5Corner kicks4
9Free kicks Shots (scored)4
1 / 1Penalty Kicks (Goals/Shots)0 / 0
1Offsides4
0Own goals0
3Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
50Actual playing time48
51%Possession (%)49%

Nature Online - Flower Delivery Through Cyberspace By Gardner Wilkinson

Nature intended us, humans to love flowers of all kinds. In fact gardens are cultivated worldwide to allow everyone to revel the spectacular offerings of nature. On a nature trail, walk in the park or in the forest one can see wild flowers and other assortments of flora and fauna. It is hard not to be captivated by the beauty of the flowering petals and ferns all around. But urban areas hardly give people such picturesque natural views. But some ingenious souls have bundled the beauty of nature into bouquets, bunches and bonsai creations. So when an emotion wells up-love, happiness, joy or grief one can get a lovely posy of beautiful buds. A florist can be trusted to give expression to many feelings. Walk into flower shops anywhere in the world and see a variety of nature waiting to be expressed. For long many people were able to walk into the flower shops and get a bunch of simple roses or daises. As the concept of flower delivery has undergone changes the way a florist can help also has increased. All you have to do is to express why you need the flowers and for whom and you will be given many ideas and floral arrangements to choose from. What's more one can also get an album that shows many kinds of floral arrangements that can be made on demand. If you have an idea, sure even that can be executed.
Alas, if you do not have the time to walk into the flower shops what can be done. Many flower shops have gone online. Now they are catering to global consumers. One can send flowers from one part of the world to another simply by going online. Online firms have catalogues of different arrangements of flowers and leaves with the price list. Special flowers (if they are in season) can also be organized. Same day wreaths, weddings flower arrangements also are possible. An experienced florist will tell what is the meaning of each flower and what can one expect on sending it to the person it is intended for.
Nature has now come online. Many websites have pictures of different flora beautifully decorated. Flower delivery is only a click away from any of the existing online flower shops. Even if you cannot smell the flowers you send, the smile of the face of the person is palpable enough.
Flower Creations is a Toronto florist.
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DEATH MATCH IN ROUND 16

Friday, June 25, 2010

3 match in world cup 2010 south africa s 6 team favorite to champion

1. Germany team versus england team (27 juni 2010  16.00)

2.  Argentina versus mexico    (27 juni 2010  20:30)

3. Spanyol versus Portugal (29 juni 2010  20:30)


who the winner and who the losser onlu prediction and anlisys individual...germany, argentina, and spanyol may be to be winner

round of 16

Uruguay            Republik Korea
USA                Ghana
Jerman             Inggris
Argentina          Mexico
Belanda            Slovakia
Brazil               Chili
Paraguay          Jepang
Spanyol            Portugal


BEST 16 TEAM IN WORLD CUP 2010 IN SOUTH AFRICA
IN ROUND OF 16

BABAK 16 BESAR PIALA DUNIA 2010 team tim yang lolos ke babak 16 besar ..
we want competition to get ticket to quarter final 2 and 3 juli 2010

hasil pertandingan piala dunia 2010 afrika selatan

Afrika Selatan
1 1
Mexico
Uruguay
0 0
Perancis
Argentina
1 0
Nigeria
Republik Korea
2 0
Yunani
Inggris
1 1
USA
Algeria
0 1
Slovenia
deu
Jerman
4 0
Australia
serbia
Serbia
0 1
Ghana
nld
Belanda
2 0
Denmark
jpn
Jepang
1 0
Kamerun
ita
Italia
1 1
Paraguay
nzl
Selandia Baru
1 1
Slovakia
Cote_d'Ivoire
Pantai Gading
0 0
Portugal
bra
Brazil
2 1
Korea DPR
hnd
Honduras
0 1
Chili
esp
Spanyol
0 1
Swiss
zaf
Afrika Selatan
0 3
Uruguay
fra
Perancis
0 2
Mexico
grc
Yunani
2 1
Nigeria
Argentina
4 1
Republik Korea
deu
Jerman
0 1
Serbia
svn
Slovenia
2 2
USA
eng
Inggris
0 0
Algeria
gha
Ghana
1 1
Australia
nld
Belanda
1 0
Jepang
cmr
Kamerun
0 2
Denmark
svk
Slovakia
0 2
Paraguay
ita
Italia
1 1
Selandia Baru
bra
Brazil
3 1 Cote_d'Ivoire
Pantai Gading
prt
Portugal
7 0 kdpr
Korea DPR
chl
Chili
1 0 che
Swiss
esp
Spanyol
2 0 hnd
Honduras
mex
Mexico
0 1
Uruguay
fra
Perancis
1 2
Afrika Selatan
nga
Nigeria
2 2
Republik Korea
grc
Yunani
0 2
Argentina
svn
Slovenia
0 1
Inggris
usa
USA
1 0
Algeria
Ghana
0 1
Jerman
Australia
2 1
Serbia
Slovakia
3 2
Italia
Paraguay
0 0
Selandia Baru
Denmark
1 3
Jepang
Kamerun
1 2
Belanda
Portugal
0 0
Brazil
Korea DPR
0 3
Pantai Gading
Chili
1 2
Spanyol    
Swiss
0 0
Honduras 

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