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Víctor Ulloa
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Víctor Javier Ulloa Ulloa (born 15 March 1991 in Lima, Peru) is a Peruvian football goalkeeper, currently playing for Colegio Nacional Iquitos.Víctor Ulloa came from the youth division at Sporting Cristal.In 2008 he was promoted to Sporting Cristal''s first team. Ulloa did not see much playing time with Sporting Cristal and in 2010 he was transferred to Colegio Nacional Iquitos.

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Rui Correia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rui Manuel da Silva Correia (born October 22, 1967 in São João da Madeira) is a retired Portuguese footballer, who played as a goalkeeper. During his career, Correia played for Sporting Clube de Portugal, Vitória de Setúbal, Grupo Desportivo de Chaves, Sporting Clube de Braga, Futebol Clube do Porto (winning two league championships, starting most of the games in 1997 98), S.C. Salgueiros, C.D. Feirense, A.D. Ovarense and G.D. Estoril-Praia. He retired at almost 40, playing in the second division, and subsequently joined S.C. Olhanense, as its goalkeeping coach. Correia earned two caps for Portugal, and participated at UEFA Euro 1996.

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Lorenzo Sanz
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lorenzo Sanz Mancebo is a Spanish businessman, former president of Real Madrid Club de Fútbol and former owner of Málaga Club de Fútbol, where his son Fernando served as club's president.In his youth, Sanz played as a goalkeeper for several minor league Madrilenian teams, including Puerta Bonita. An astute businessman, he made his fortune in real estate and construction. Sanz was director of Real Madrid from 1985 to 1995. He became chairman of Real Madrid on 26 November 1995 after Ramón Mendoza was forced to resign due to the economic, social, and sporting problems of the club. Sanz tried to turn the club around by bringing in star players like Davor uker and Predrag Mijatovi with his own money. This led to a long awaited European Cup victory, which Real Madrid had not won since 1966, as the club clinched both the 1998 and 2000 tournaments, now named the UEFA Champions League

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Udo Beyer
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Udo Beyer (born August 9, 1955) is a former East German track and field athlete who competed in the shot put.Beyer is the oldest of the six children of heating mechanic Hans-Georg Beyer and his wife Eva-Marie and was born in Stalinstadt, today Eisenhüttenstadt. He grew up in Breslack, (today the municipality of Neißemünde), and in Eisenhüttenstadt. Like all of his siblings, he played handball at the local sport club. He was a member of the team representing the district in Frankfurt where he became a successful goalkeeper. On the advice of his father he decided to pursue a sporting career, concentrating on athletics. After the youth tournament in 1969, he changed to the youth sports school in Frankfurt (Oder), where he earned his Abitur. At the same time he became a member of ASK Vorwärts Frankfurt.

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Dub Sub Confidential
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Dub Sub Confidential by John Leonard: a GAA memoir like no other.WINNER OF THE SETANTA SPORTS IRISH SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD.John Leonard was a gifted Gaelic football goalkeeper who had the misfortune to reach his prime at the same time, and in the same county, as one of the all-time greats: Stephen Cluxton. Unless something happened to Clucko, Leonard was always going to be number 2. Of course, it didn't help that he had a problem with drink and drugs ...Dub Sub Confidential is John Leonard's vivid, witty and searingly honest account of his life in and out of sport. He was both a committed Dub and a sceptical observer of the goings on in the dressing-room and on the training pitch. He writes about the players and the mentors, and about the oddity of being part of the GAA's biggest circus while never expecting to get on the pitch. And he writes brilliantly about the demons that led him to addiction, his efforts for many years to party hard and train hard, and his eventual breakthrough to sobriety.Dub Sub Confidential is a GAA memoir like no other yet published - a book about how Gaelic games collide with real life. It is also a brilliant read from a remarkable personality.'Four decades after Eamon Dunphy published Only a Game?, his seminal book on football, John Leonard has produced the Gaelic football equivalent - only it's better' Sunday Times Sports Books of the Year'Reads like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas ... a great read' Ray D'Arcy, RTE Radio 1'As fascinating as its insights into the Dublin dressing room and the big matchdays are, to reduce Dub Sub Confidential to being just a sports or GAA book is to do it an injustice, it is an astonishing, exceptional, visceralaccount of a confused young man' Irish Examiner'Engaging, honest, sad and frightening in places - ultimately raw and real. Couldn't put it down' Ryle Nugent, RTÉ'The overall feeling of Leonard's sporting life is of a high-wire act. He somehow managed to have a part-time romance with Dublin football while full-bloodedly chasing whatever and whoever was on offer in Dublin after dark ... There is an antic and often jubilant energy to Leonard's writing' Keith Duggan, Irish Times'Remarkable ... a stark and searingly honest memoir' the42.ie'Students of Gaelic football will be intrigued by his account of the rivalry with Cluxton, arguably the most important player of modern times' Sunday Times

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On Penalties
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The penalty shoot-out is the greatest set piece of sporting drama ever conceived. Cruel, arbitrary, tortuous and unfair, it has also presented the England football team with a new and infinitely more punishing manner in which to lose. Three times in the past decade the nation has sat on the edge of its collective sofa and watched the seemingly inevitable unfold as Stuart Pearce, Chris Waddle, Gareth Southgate, Paul Ince and David Batty have selected the wrong shots in the lottery of international championship shoot-outs. Except it's not a lottery. There is an art to scoring penalties, which calls upon a unique combination of physical prowess and psychological strength. In the corridor of truth that leads from the penalty spot to the goal-line, a succession of English footballers have had to confront not only the opposing goalkeeper but the hopes and dreams of fans and fellow countrymen and, of course, themselves. Score and few will remember; miss and - as the above list of names testifies - no one will forget. Talking to some of the game's most successful players and managers, the question the book seeks to address is simple: can England overcome their fear of the penalty?

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Losing It
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To understand Anna Karenina, Mellors, Molly Bloom, Dante, Romeo, Juliet and Bridget Jones you must also have loved and lost and won. To understand sport in the greatest arenas of them all you too must have played and lost and won, known shame, hope, joy, horror and glory. Simon Barnes has taken part in seven summer Olympic Games, five World Cups and ten Ashes series. Well, not exactly taken part, but certainly he was there and writing hard. And always, behind every victory and every defeat he ever recorded, there was the reference of his own sporting career, in which the bitter beauties of failure were occasionally varied with the intoxication of success. At school he was - at least at first - the opposite of a rebel without a cause: he was a sporting fool in search of a game he could excel at, alas finding none. When he was nine he thought he would somehow be miraculously good at sport. Sadly he never was. But the sporting fool within him never died and in his late 20s he tried again - a second sporting career, in which the triumph of hope over experience was more or less a rout. The dream had only slightly modified: he now thought he would be somehow be miraculously competent. So he co-founded a football team and at last found himself the first-choice goalkeeper. Then he co-founded a cricket team, on the grounds that by doing so he would always be sure of a game. And at the same time, he got horsiness and discovered he was actually quite good at riding in competition. All these adventures taught him about sport: why we do it, what is required to be very good at it. He learned about the relationship of physical and mental skills, about fear and courage and physical pain. He learned about funk, about Zen-like calm, about the team thing, about the 'me' thing. His sporting failure has been a joyous and profoundly informative part of his life, and here he tells the story of it.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Hope Solo, World Cup Soccer Goalkeeper - Biogra...
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ABOUT THE BOOK Hope Solo is arguably the best goalkeeper in women's soccer today. And even though her sporting talent, by itself, has made her internationally famous, she is also increasingly gaining celebrity status for her appearances on television on numerous entertainment shows, as well as her adventurous magazine photo shoots. But let's for a moment stick to sport, where she made her name. If a women's soccer manager were asked to select the USA women's national soccer team, the first name on their team sheet would most likely be Hope Solo, arguably the best player the women's game has ever seen. MEET THE AUTHOR Abdul Montaqim is a journalist, based in London, and has been working in the media since 1989. Among the more well known titles he has written for are The Guardian newspaper, Time Out magazine and the International Business Times website. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Hope Amelia Solo was born on July 30, 1981, in the small city of Richland, in Benton County, which is in the US state of Washington. Richland has an estimated total population of below 50,000. And perhaps because of its relatively limited size, Hope had more opportunities to excel in her chosen activities. But it must be said that even in a city 10 times the size of Richland, she still would have stood out. It's just that cities like Richland, with their small populations can sometimes act as incubators for talents such as Solo's. It's a fact that towns where a talented group of children grow up playing a particular sport often produce a higher number of excellent players in that sport. It's something to do with dedication, healthy competition and a relatively closed, conducive environment. Buy a copy to keep reading!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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On Penalties
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The penalty shoot-out is the greatest set piece of sporting drama ever conceived. Cruel, arbitrary, tortuous and unfair, it has also presented the England football team with a new and infinitely more punishing manner in which to lose. Three times in the past decade the nation has sat on the edge of its collective sofa and watched the seemingly inevitable unfold as Stuart Pearce, Chris Waddle, Gareth Southgate, Paul Ince and David Batty have selected the wrong shots in the lottery of international championship shoot-outs. Except it's not a lottery. There is an art to scoring penalties, which calls upon a unique combination of physical prowess and psychological strength. In the corridor of truth that leads from the penalty spot to the goal-line, a succession of English footballers have had to confront not only the opposing goalkeeper but the hopes and dreams of fans and fellow countrymen and, of course, themselves. Score and few will remember; miss and - as the above list of names testifies - no one will forget. Talking to some of the game's most successful players and managers, the question the book seeks to address is simple: can England overcome their fear of the penalty?

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 03.08.2020
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