Harry Kane

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Harry Kane is a perfect example of the importance of resilience for a young athlete.

Rejection – the best thing that happened to Harry Kane
Arsenal fans must be sick of the sight of Tottenham striker Harry Kane.

Once again the England striker decided the north London derby result, heading home the match’s only goal.  But it is the fact that Arsenal released Kane as an 8 year old that must have many Arsenal supporters wondering what could have been if he had been playing for them.

Mohamed Salah

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2017 African Player of the Year Mohamed Salah has had to overcome many obstacles along his footballing journey

From Five Hour Bus Rides to African Footballer of the Year
As he stood on stage at the International Conference Centre in Accra, Ghana and was presented with the African Footballer of the Year award last night, Mohamed Salah might have cast his mind back to how far he has come in a relatively short period of time.

All Roads Lead to Lima

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All Whites captain Winston Reid in action against Peru during their FIFA World Cup playoff.

The All Whites can be well pleased with their performance against Peru in Wellington.

A 0-0 result against the 5th placed team in South America is extremely commendable and beyond the expectations of many fans both in New Zealand and overseas.


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for Peru, the wait to appear at the FIFA World Cup Finals is now into its fourth decade.

Time to forget 1982

 The last time Peru played in the FIFA World Cup Finals, Steve Sumner and Steve Wooddin each scored a goal for the All Whites against Scotland in Malaga, Spain.

England, World Champions

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England beat Spain 5-2 to win maiden FIFA U-17 World Cup

At the start of the year you would have been given long odds on England winning both the men’s U-20 and U-17 World Cups.  But, with a 5-2 thumping of Spain in the U-17 final in Kolkata, India, that is exactly what England have achieved.

Ice Storm 2018

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Iceland’s famed “Thunderclap” will be making its way to Russia after their successful qualification for the 2018 World Cup.

Iceland: Nation of glaciers, volcanoes, and football coaches.

 Last week the Icelandic women’s national team confirmed how far Iceland has come as a footballing nation.