At times it seems as if there are more people involved in football every year. Each week there are certain players who fire me up so I can’t help but get excited about the upcoming season. We all seem to be more suited towards the past than the present with many players preferring to play the game back in the ‘good old days’. Like most football fanatics, I have my own list of extinct players and some new up and coming prospects. There’s always something to be said for old talent. Sadly for these golden boys many of them will have to start making way before their time is up on this earth. One of the first legitimately new staples of ‘Modern Football’ is Wayne Rooney. announce demises that, “I’ve had enough of the Rooney’s. I want to bring in some new blood to take my place.” Rooney has since proved himself capable of steering a team to victory more than once, and thus far seems willing to take the cowards game to a whole new level by joining Manchester United Football Club in placing his country’s flag on the pitch. Before bringing the Red Devils to life, Rooney was chairman of the now-defunct Wakefield Town, and then was installed as captain of the England Wight ofham League team. Rooney even made an attempt to qualify for a place in the England national team. At that time, he was easily dismissed though, for his lack of first-class experience. However, plans must be made to be always on the lookout for youth. Sweden’s Marcus Lukstrom has been touted as part of a “complete package” for Liverpool’s match up with Manchester United shortly. I think I’d bought that already. Chelsea’s Jack Wilshire was already second string at best when he joined the Blues, so how about a few more socks up top for the newest potential of English football. I’d trade even a good helping of class for the leadership he has masticated to date from Big Phil. Despite his extra flamboyancy, you can’t argue against the fact that Everton’s 16 year old wonder forward Jermaine Beckford should be in the starting line-up against his country of Sweden this coming Saturday. Lastly, you can shift your gears to playing it in your mind that Brazil’s coach Dunga masterminded the victory with his firing on a last-minute free kick. With Brazil on top and providing eight past visitors they look like they’re going to remainiscoverablefor a very long time to come. However, here’s a look at the teams they’ve featured in their recent friendly matches. 1. Germany 2. Brazil 3. England 4. Portugal 5. Mexico 6. France 7. Italy 8. Mexico 9. Argentina 10. Nigeria 11. Korea Republic 12. England 13. USA 14. Algeria 15. Slovenia 16. Serbia 17. Ivory Coast 18. Serbia 19. Greece 20. Korea DPR (Korea Republic) UFABET เว็บตรง
21. Costa Rica 22. Mexico 23. Uruguay 24. Puerto Rico 25. Chile 26. Japan 27. Czech Republic 28. Ghana 29. Egypt 30. Cameroon 31. Nigeria 32. Saudi Arabia 33. Bahrain. 34. England 35. Slovenia 36. Saudi Arabia* *These results are based on the results of team events in the on-going 2010 FIFA World Cup.