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Photos of Bald Football Players

Football is an international game favored by all fans in the world. Contributing to the success of the football teams, we should mention the names of football players such as Pele, Rooney, David Beckham, and so on. It is their talents on the football fields that create breathtaking moments in matches and skillful scores. Below is the photo collection of football players, but the special thing is that they are the bald men:   Iordan Letchkov, Bulgaria   Zinedine Zidane, the former quarterback of French team   Attilio Lombardo, the former winger of Italy   Esteban Cambiasso, the important figure in the formation of Inter Milan   Jaap Stam, the former midfielder of Netherlands team   Bobby Charlton, the former football player of England   Alfredo di Stefano contributed to the championship in La Liga   Grzegorz Lato, the representative of the golden generation of Poland   Steve Bould, the former quarterback of Arsenal     Related links: 1. Top Football Players of Premier League 2. Worst Football Players of La Liga 2009 3. Australian Football Players Abroad I am an internet marketer and freelance photographer. I maintain various sites and blogs with a large audience. My hobby is collecting photographs of celebrities and writing comments on outstanding events in the field of entertainment. Find More Longhorn Football Championship...

Visit Footballfancast.com For Breaking Football News...

As football fans our hunger for the latest football news never ceases. Right throughout the week we want to know exactly what’s going on at the club we support, from the latest transfer rumours to news on when injured players at the club will be returning to action. The place to get this news is most definitely the Internet, where you can visit FootballFanCast.com and many more football websites, including the sports section of the established British newspapers that have online content, to ensure you’re never out of the loop. Many people are seeking out the latest Premiership news, as this is where much of the interest in English football is focused. As the biggest league in England, if not Europe and even the world, the Premier League garners much of the attention of football fans in England. Many clubs including Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham have a huge following and that is evident just from the sheer number of club specific blogs that are centred on these teams. This doesn’t mean that teams outside of the Premiership aren’t given plenty of coverage as well, though, and on sites like FootballFanCast.com and other leading football websites, including BBC Sport and Sky Sports, the football league garners plenty of attention, too. The Championship in particular is subject of much attention, and is often described as the most unpredictable league in England, making it one of the most exciting as...

Ways to Work in College Football

Today’s college athletics have grown into a continuously growing industry. With the NCAA basketball tournaments wrapping up, its almost time for the new college football season. And now is the time teams and organizations are looking for candidates to fulfill needs and become part of their team. NCAA football has grown into a professional industry and need people that are qualified to work for them. Whether it’s the actual team or companies that work with the NCAA, all the organizations are looking for employees. So here are seven steps to make your dream come true and work in Division 1 football. 1. Communication skills: The sports industry involves a lot of communication between businesses. Being able to communicate efficiently with clients and employees is crucial. Public speaking skills are also a must because presentations are daily in the industry and will only make you that much more competitive in the job market. 2. Computer Fundamentals: Because of the new age of technology, everyone uses computers and cell phones. There is no avoiding these trends, so its imperative that computer skills are up to date. The majority of companies are familiar with the Microsoft package which includes; Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Word. Knowledge to other software will only increase opportunities in the sports field. 3. Education: The first priority to being hired in the sports industry is a Bachelor’s degree. It doesn’t have to be sport management but four years...

Fantasy Football Sleepers – Quarterback Rankings Fantasy Football 2009...

Whatever rankings fantasy owners use, whatever scoring system is employed, quarterbacks are incredibly important if you are to make a run at your league championship. However, only 1 or 2 going into the draft should be considered as a first or second round pick. The drop-off in talent level and production at RB and then WR is too drastic to miss the top players. So, go ahead and resign yourself to the fact that you are not getting Peyton Manning or Drew Brees, because you are going after RBs, maybe even WRs with your first 2 or 3 picks. So, that means you will be choosing among 29 or 30 QBs after round 2. In a standard 12 owner league that means you have a great chance to pick a top 12 fantasy scorer. But how that owner ranks fantasy football QBs is important if he wants to nab a late-round sleeper. I picked up Philip Rivers late last year, and he had a career year.To draft fantasy football QB value follow my advice about these sleeper signal callers. Sleeper #1 Trent Edwards will be available in the 9th through 12th rounds of your draft. Buffalo has the 7th easiest NFL schedule for QBs. We all know that Terrell Owens will be starting with Lee Evans, and that alone means less pass rushers, and more options for Edwards, who is entering his third year with Buffalo. He always throws...

Football News For Scouts From Spurs Academy...

Youth Academy Football Scouting. Goalless at half-time, the lads remained patient and finally broke the deadlock on the hour when emergency striker Nathan Byrne (pictured) converted from Paul McBride’s cross. Jessie Waller-Lassen clinched the 2-0 victory when he was picked out by youth footballer Tom Carroll and finished with 10 minutes remaining. “It was an interesting game and a good test for the lads,” reported coach Alex Inglethorpe. “Ipswich were very difficult to break down and that left us with two problems. The first was how we’d manage the counter-attack because it was likely that would happen and they looked like they could cause us problems if we left ourselves too open. “The second was how to break them down because they were strong through the middle of the pitch. “It took time but in the end we solved the problem and that was very pleasing. “Kudus Oyenuga had a one-on-one chance in the first half and we had other opportunities, nothing too clear-cut and they hit the woodwork with a counter-attack. It was even in terms of chances even though we’d dominated possession. “The thinking at half-time was that we needed to create more two-versus-one opportunities wide and our first goal on the hour came when Sam Cox, playing at left back, got forward and fed in Paul McBride and Nathan Byrne finished really well from six yards. “We looked in control and on 80 minutes we doubled...