Do You Want to Play Professional Soccer Here’s a Tip

Everyone wants to be the next Messi, Neymar or CR7 (Cristiano Ronaldo) these days. When I’m watching the young’uns play I hear people on the sideline say, “Oh he’s a little Messi,” or “he’s so fast he runs like Cristiano Ronaldo!” What many of these overenthusiastic parents and fans forget, is that there are millions of “little Messi’s” all over the world and if you want to give your kid a fighting chance to play professional soccer, you might want to take a different route.

 

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Messi’s Five Goals vs Bayer Leverkusen: Video Highlights

Lionel Messi scores five goals in a Champions League match, “amazing!” Therefore I could not be the only one without saying something on behalf of the great Messi and Messi's Five Goals. Professional players from around the world succumbed to Messi's magical feet.

Twitter went off the hook with everyone hailing Messi’s performance. Now you can watch all the goals from this historic match between FC Barcelona and Bayer Leverkusen, and read some tweets from professional players from around the world.

 

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Best Brazilian Beers World Cup 2014

Brazilian Beers
Brazilian Beers

Since Brazil has liberated beer sales (drinking), and alcohol sales (drinking) during World Cup Brazil 2014, I thought it only appropriate to discuss the Best Brazilian Beers!

Brazil is known for their Pilsner “Pilsen” style beers. They are not filling and they go down smooth, not to mention they have a bold and great taste!
Here are my top six Best Brazilian Beers World Cup 2014!
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Brazil Wants to Stop Alcohol Sales at World Cup 2014

So what’s all this hoopla regarding FIFA and Brazil the past few days? Well there are several issues regarding stadium construction, airports and transportation issues. However, political and local laws have been another major issue. Brazil has had a very hard time approving regulatory laws regarding World Cup 2014.

Laws like ticket prices, school hours during the event, senior citizen ticket prices and many others laws have proven difficult for Brazil to come to an internal agreement. This has hence delayed progress and angered some FIFA officials. Believe it or not, the selling of alcoholic beverages is at the center of this spectacle.

The top headlines today in Brazil was the fact that stadiums and establishments will be allowed to sell beer or alcoholic beverages during the World Cup 2014. Let the party begin, but wait, why would Brazil want to STOP beer sales?

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