World Cup Soccer Challenge
One Person is in goal and can earn points by blocking shots
Two people on the pitch earn points by scoring
when you score you become keeper and keeper becomes attacker
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Прохождение футболла от Евгения Воронцова.
Описание от автора: “Прохождение из 2 частей, потому что за 1 раз пройти все 15 команд сложно, поэтому я воспользовался паролем. Первый матч очень легкий, но в следующих матчах мы видимо играем за сборную России, так как противник бегает намного быстрее, поэтому приходилось использовать длинные передачи. Теперь то, что меня бесит – невозможность переключаться между игроками. Бежишь сзади соперника, прекрасно зная, что не догонишь его, так почему нельзя переключиться на ближайшего игрока, чтобы попытаться отобрать мяч? А еще бесит этот мешок с дерьмом, именующий себя вратарем. Он может спокойно отбить мяч, а затем валяться на газоне секунды 4, за которые соперник спокойно расстреливает пустые ворота. Да и вообще очень утомительно проходить все 15 одинаковых матчей, да и музыка разнообразием не блещет, одна мелодия на весь турнир. Здесь интереснее будет поиграть вдвоем, друг против друга, чем сыграть с компом.”
Panini World Cup Soccer Sticker Complete Album – US Version HD – All Stickers 2014 Brasil Brazil
This video shows you all of the stickers needed to finish your Panini World Cup sticker Book for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil Brasil. Every player from Van Persie, to Messi, to Neymar to Ronaldo were collected one by one to complete this sticker book.
The 2014 Panini World Cup Soccer set takes 640 stickers to complete. In addition to basic stickers of participants, there are 32 foil stickers and 16 holo foil stickers.
High School Player’s Camp is for current or incoming high school soccer players ages 14 to 18. Coaches will focus on preparing players for high school tryouts and the upcoming season. The camp format dedicates the morning session to conditioning, coordination and technical & tactical training and the afternoon to match play. These camps are physically challenging and designed to push players to the next level. Coaches will monitor progress and provide all players with an evaluation report at the end of camp.
We offer a half day (9:30am – 12:30pm) and a full day (9:30am-3:00pm) camp option.
Nike Soccer: The Last Game ft. Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar Jr., Rooney, Zlatan, Iniesta & more
The Last Game is a story about risky soccer versus safe soccer.
The scientist and the clones want to prove that riskless soccer is more effective.
Ronaldo Fenomeno and the original players disagree, and they are willing to risk everything to prove the scientist wrong.
There is only one way to know who is right: the Last Game.
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Featuring: Animated Cristiano Ronaldo, animated Wayne Rooney, animated Neymar Jr., animated Zlatan Ibrahimović, animated Andrés Iniesta, animated David Luiz, animated Franck Ribéry, animated Tim Howard and animated Ronaldo Fenomeno.
FRANCE: MARSEILLE: WORLD CUP SOCCER FAN RIOTS UPDATE (2)
There were further violent clashes between English and Tunisian football fans on Monday afternoon, as the two teams battled for World Cup supremacy in Marseille’s Stade Velodrome.
Trouble broke out on a nearby beach where giant video screens had been erected to allow ticketless fans to watch the game.
Riot police used tear gas to separate the troublemakers, as the city witnessed its third day of football violence.
Riot police lobbed tear gas onto a Marseille beach on Monday afternoon to break up further clashes between English and Tunisian soccer fans
The two teams were meeting at Marseille’s Stade Velodrome in their opening World Cup clash.
It was the second bout of violence in less than three hours, and the latest in a third day of violence involving English fans.
The trouble at Prado beach started when England scored the first goal in the 42nd minute of the first half.
At about the same time, hundreds of drinking troublemakers clashed, briefly but violently, on the beach where a huge screen was transmitting the match.
Riot police threw tear gas to separate the two sides.
According to eye witnesses, about 300 English jumped barricades used by police to hold them back, throwing stones and bottles at about 150 Tunisians.
Police had intervened outside the soccer stadium ahead of the kickoff, when English hooligans threw bottles at Tunisian fans.
It followed street violence on Sunday night that wreaked a trail of destruction through downtown Marseille leaving two people seriously injured – one with a slashed throat.
At the clashes outside the stadium, police were seen beating some of the English fans with sticks before taking them away.
An estimated 10 arrests were made.
Police tried to place security restrictions on Marseille earlier in the day, bringing in reinforcements, putting a partial ban on alcohol and searching and escorting arriving English soccer fans.
But the measures failed to prevent a flare up.
Local officials said police arrested 50 people in Sunday’s night’s melee that left 37 people injured.
The Interior Ministry blamed Sunday’s violence on some 200 drunken English hooligans who taunted Tunisia supporters at Marseille’s Old Port area.
A mix of youths from northern Marseille suburbs then joined in the clashes against the English, a ministry statement said.
The prefect of the region, Jean-Paul Proust, said that eight people were being brought before a Marseille court today in an example of the swift justice aimed at curbing World Cup violence.
Proust banned the carryout sale of alcohol in the city starting around the time the game ends, and ordered all bars closed by 11 p-m (local time).
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World Cup Soccer Italia ’90 (PC/DOS) 1989-90, Virgin Games, Novotrade
“Rick Davis’s World Trophy Soccer” a.k.a “World Cup Soccer: Italia ’90”
This football simulation focuses on international football, allowing you to play a tournament or single friendly matches. Up to 8 human players can be involved in the tournament. Options include three skill levels, variable match lengths and a choice of sound or music (or both on some versions).
The match is viewed from the side, although it switches to a 3D view when the ball is close to the goal. The ball roughly sticks to the player’s foot. Set pieces are controlled by moving an aiming cross-hair.