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The rookies that are highly expected by the fans in the Champions League (Part 2)

Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich)

Alphonso Boyle Davies plays as a winger for Bayern Munich (Bundesliga, Germany).

In June 2017, he became the youngest player to join the Canadian national team – his hometown. With two goals scored in the 2017 CONCACAF Cup (football tournament organized by the North, Central America and Caribbean Football Association) with Guiana, he became the youngest player to score for the Canadian national team and young people. best scored at CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Florentino Luis (Benfica)

Florentino Ibrain Morris Luis (Portugal) is competing for Benfica B in LigaPro (Portuguese Premier League) as a defensive midfielder. He started his career at Real S.C. 2009.

Last season, Florentino Luis matured in Benfica shirt. The star, born in 1999, made 14 appearances for the first team, including 11 matches in Portugal’s highest league and three in the Champions League.

Every time he was given the opportunity, he showed his ability. Many fans praised him as a defensive midfielder who is capable of dispute and good judgment. Luis is currently interested in many great teams.

Lisandro Martinez (Ajax)

Lisandro Martínez (Argentina) currently plays as a center back for Ajax (Netherlands) and the Argentina national team. In addition to his position as a center-back, he can take on the role of a left-back or a defensive midfielder.

This season, the 21-year-old center-back played 27 games in all competitions, scoring 2 goals and having 3 assists.

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The rookies that are highly-expected by the fans in the Champions League (Part 1)

The top football tournament in Europe for the 2019-2020 season has many young talents that are highly-expected by fans.

Ansu Fati (Barcelona)

After debuting in the first round of La Liga, as the youngest player in Barca history for nearly 80 years (16 years and 298 days), Ansu Fabi was coached by coach Valverde at the beginning of the second half in the context of the second half. The home team is 1-0 down by Osasuna. After 5 minutes of presence, in 51 minutes, Ansu Fati made Barca fans excited when he headed to equalize 1-1 for the Catalan team.

With a goal at 16 years and 304 days, Ansu Fati became the youngest player to score for Barca in La Liga and the third youngest in this tournament, after Fabrice Olinga (16 years and 98 days) and Iker Muniain (16 years and 289) day).

Immediately after the match, Ansu Fati was mentioned with a high frequency on social networks. Hundreds of thousands of fans expect young Guinea-Bissau young talents to bring quality back-up solutions to the La Liga champions in the Champions League.

Erling Braut Håland (Red Bull Salzburg)

Erling Braut Håland (Norway) takes the position of the striker of Red Bull Salzburg Club (Austria). He has a large figure, good speed and the ability to kick 11m so easily cause waves with the enemy defense system.

Born in England but Håland devoted to recruiting Norwegian nationals in different age groups. In Norway U19 shirt, he scored a hat-trick against Scotland in a 5-4 victory. Håland also scored the only goal in the U19 match against Norway 1-1 in the UEFA U19 European Championship 2018.

In May 2019, Håland scored 9 goals in Norway’s match against Honduras 12-0 at the FIFA U20 World Cup 2019, thereby becoming the player with the most goals in a match. This is also Norway’s biggest victory in history and the worst defeat of Honduras ever.

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In the next 10 years, football will significantly change (Part 3)

Liverpool is at the forefront of the football technology revolution

However, there will be changes in the format of existing tournaments. We can see a Champions League season with 48 clubs taking part, divided into 8 groups of 6 teams each. And even the second division, the Europa League, will be expanded. Or the rebirth of a European third division tournament like the old C3 cup.

The European Super League is still the trump card of the continent’s most powerful and powerful clubs. The current domestic tournament by establishing a league of their own. This card has been used for 20 years and it will still be a dipper for the next 20 years.

But the most dramatic change is in television. Imagine you are watching a football match on TV, but instead of sitting on the sofa, you can choose a seat in the stadium and experience football like watching live. Virtual reality is the future of football on television, even though it is currently only in the game.

TV viewers can have virtual reality experiences on sports and other entertainment through technology. Even if you only watch from afar, it feels as if you are there. 10 years ago, 138 of the 380 Premier League matches each season were broadcast live. This season, 200 matches will be shown live, more than 50%.

OTT and Virtual Reality will change the way football is viewed

Elsewhere throughout Europe, every match in major tournaments can be accessed by TV viewers for live view. Therefore, the Premier League will be under pressure and forced to change with the trend. The price of television rights in the Premier League will drop significantly in three seasons from 2019 to 2022.

The price reduction of local television rights led to another change. That’s the way big clubs are looking to increase direct links with fans around the globe to give them access to exclusive video content. This ability is very practical because it helps the rich clubs become richer.

But the relationship between clubs and NHM globally will also change. Now, with NHM, every football club will be just like the Netflix movie app, just pay and watch content on demand. This will explode as the online broadcast service (OTT) grows and reaches millions of audiences.

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In the next 10 years, football will significantly change (Part 2)

Rules may also change. Football is proud to be a conservative sport, rarely changing the rules of the game. But when a reform was made, it greatly affected football. Handcuffing the goalkeeper with the back of the ball is probably the most important change to football rules in the last half century, and it makes the speed of playing football increase immediately.

Over the next 10 years, perhaps the reforms that will address the extremely sensitive issue are “offside”. How is offside in the new definition, what are the technologies for determining offside? It is all about making the match more interesting and interesting. Right now, the FA is testing the offside rule in amateur competitions to evaluate its effectiveness.

What about the physical condition of a player? This is a big question. It seems the physical strength of the players in the English Premier League is not much better even though they are more methodically trained and harsher. Hard to believe, but that’s the truth.

The future of football will not necessarily see players being able to run more in a match, but almost certainly, they will have to run faster on a more regular basis.

The latest advanced fitness techniques will help players perform sprints at a higher intensity during a match. The old box-to-box midfielder that has to run up and run for 90 minutes will be a thing of the past as well as the form of endurance training by making the team run cross-country and run up the mountain, too.

The change of the European Cup is also a seriously studied aspect. The future of the Champions League will become an “elephant in the fridge”. UEFA, the Association of European Clubs (ECA), leagues and football leagues will not be able to negotiate future changes until 2024. Thus, from now until 2029, the Champions League will remain is the most prestigious tournament.

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In the next 10 years, football will significantly change

2019 is the last year of the 2010s and we are going to enter the new decade 2020. So what can be with football in the next 10 years?

In the next 10 years, science technology will have a big role in football. Football is behind many other professional sports in the scientific way, but in the past 10 years, many Premier League teams, such as Liverpool, have had a team of analysts, sports scientists. , data experts and professional coaches to assist.

Simon Data, founder of the Training Ground Guru website, said that data science will become a huge thing in the next 10 years. Clubs are collecting vast amounts of data at the moment: GPS tracking; The cameras collect information about every player’s behavior anywhere, anytime; data on health and fitness, blood. The most notable is the use of that data.

According to Austin, Liverpool and Man City have used computers to create simulation models, determining where the players should be in certain situations, based on monitoring the behavior and performance of the players.

Another major change in the nascent tactic is sure to spread over the next decade. That’s the end of the focus on Zone 14 – as the tactician calls it – a Golden square in front of the opponent’s 16m50 area. Over the years, coaches have focused on developing offensive plans in this area.

Increasingly, players in charge of the game have increasingly sought out other Golden areas to find ways to attack. For example, Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah are seldom present in Zone 14 but they are still the gateway to launch effective and terrifying attacks.

At Man City, Pep Guardiola has focused on the flow of traffic between the central defender and the anchor midfielder – which provided the attacking ball for 85% of City’s goals last season. Mourinho’s stealthy counter-attack style was obsolete due to the appearance of this new type of tactical analysis.

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Top 7 players with the largest number of fans on the planet

Ronaldo’s Instagram is the most-watched personal page in the world, surpassing Hollywood stars and leaving two colleagues Lionel Messi, Neymar.

7. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid – 37 million followers)

As one of the active players on social networks, but since the defeat in El Clasico, the Welsh striker has not posted anymore. Any sharing with fans. In the latest post, Bale also received much criticism for his poor performance during the trip to the Nou Camp.

6. Ronaldinho (retired – 38.1 million followers)

The way of playing beautiful flowers with samba style helps Roi to “get” a place in the hearts of fans despite retiring. The former Brazilian player still regularly shares his daily life with family and friends, sometimes the classic goal clips he recorded when he was in his peak.

5. James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich – 40.3 million followers)

As a talented player and possessing a handsome face, James easily conquered the fans. The Colombian midfielder regularly posts training photos and moments of fun with his daughter on his page.

4. David Beckham (retired – 51.7 million followers)

Farewell to Man Utd, but Beckham‘s page still appears quite a lot of posts about the Manchester club. The photo taken outside the Old Trafford Stadium by the former England player in early October received more than 1.7 million likes from fans.

3. Lionel Messi (Barcelona – 100 million followers)

As the world’s top football superstar today, it’s easy to understand when Messi’s Instagram account ranks 3rd among players and 12th in the world.

2. Neymar (PSG – 104 million followers)

Talent is not inferior to anyone, but Neymar is a player with a rather complicated life outside the field. The Brazilian star is known as a fashionista, a notorious player in nightclubs in Barcelona and Paris.

1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus – 144.4 million followers)

Ronaldo now owns 144,597,687 followers on his page, a little more than the account leading the number of followers in the past 2 years by Selena Gomez with 144,410,369 followers. According to Hopperhq’s statistics, any brand that wants to appear on Cristiano Ronaldo’s personal Instagram page will have to pay a minimum of 750,000 USD “> 750,000 USD per post.

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Why are Japanese fans indifferent to Asian Cup?

After Japan overtook Saudi Arabia, I hastily texted a Japanese friend to watch the quarter-final match. The answer is: “Asian Cup? Which tournament is it? ”.

The Japanese are indifferent to the Asian Cup

In excitement, I texted all Japanese friends to create a memorable football viewing session. Any more wonderful experience when Vietnamese fans are far away from the country can watch the quarter-finals against Japan on Japanese soil.

The Japanese celebrated jubilantly in Shibuya after reaching the knock-out World Cup, but the Asian Cup was almost unconcerned.

Takahashi snapped a bit at the phone and then “countered” with images of thousands of Japanese filling the legendary Shibuya (Tokyo) 6 after the Green Samurai lowered Poland to enter the knockout round of the 2018 World Cup. “The match ended at 1 am (Japanese time), but Tokyo still exploded in the celebration party”, Takahashi said. So what’s more amazing when we watch football.

New baseball cheering is a popular culture in Japan

Except for Tokyo, where there is intense interference between Japanese culture and foreign culture – other regions in Japan still have only a very modest love for the ball. rock. To them, baseball is the No. 1 sport. According to statistics from Statista, the number of Japanese fans is up to 44.91 million in 2015, while the number of people who accept themselves is Football fans are only about 10.9 million people.

For the Japanese, the World Cup is a big event, but the Asian Cup is not. It can be said that while Vietnamese people watch football because of their intense love for the red-shirted soldiers, a part of the Japanese follow the green Samurai simply because of the national spirit.

The modest Asian Cup on the newspapers

Smartnews is the most popular newspaper reader application in Japan. However, information about the Asian Cup and the next match against Vietnam will only sink in the sea of ​​sports information in the land of the rising sun.

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Top 10 football clubs that own the largest number of fans (part 2)

6. FC Bayern Munich – 87 million fans worldwide

Founded in 1900 by 11 football players led by Franz John, Bayern is the largest club in Germany and the 6th largest in the world in terms of the number of fans. The development of the worldwide social media Bundesliga tournament has made Bayern one of the most-watched clubs in the world.

5. Arsenal – 142 million fans worldwide

Arsenal has grown into a team with a remarkable history in the Premier League under Wenger and they seem to be there for the title race during the past 10 years. They are second only to Manchester United in the Premier League in terms of popularity in England.

4. Chelsea – 200 million fans worldwide

The London team has grown into a big club after being bought by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. Chelsea has won three Premier League titles, Champions League, Europa League and some other domestic trophies since 2004. This has helped Chelsea rank in the ranking of the most crowded clubs.

3. Real Madrid – 310 million fans worldwide

Real Madrid is a unique club with an absolute rich history; They are the most successful team in the world, have won 13 Champions League titles and most Spanish La Liga titles. Real Madrid has more than 150 million followers on the social media network and they are getting a lot more attention worldwide with wider TV coverage in many countries.

2. FC Barcelona – 500 million fans worldwide

Barcelona is the most successful football club in 10 years. They completed their second treble in a decade in 2015 when they won the Champions League, La Liga, and Copa Del Rey brand with Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup. They own a trio Neymar, Luis Suarez, and Lionel Messi. El-Clasico is the most-watched football match, making the number of FC Barcelona fans growing exponentially.

1. Manchester United – 750 million fans worldwide

There is a popular joke like this, that whenever you are watching any game, up to a third of the audience will be Man United fans. Manchester United are the most popular clubs in Asia and the United States and according to the Kantar-Manchester United survey, there are about 660 million fans worldwide. From the United States, Africa, Asia, South America and even Europe, the Red Devils are still the undisputed king of the world.

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Top 10 football clubs that own the greatest number of fans (part 1)

A football club’s development depends greatly on the fans. Football is a very popular sport that each club can have millions of passionate fans around the world. Check out the Top 10 most popular football clubs on the planet!

10. Juventus – 20 million fans worldwide

In the traditional black and white striped shirt set, the Old Lady is dominating the Serie A for 2 years in a row. Therefore, it is not too difficult to understand when the team has a strong and loyal support force.

9. Inter Milan – 49 million fans worldwide

One of the teams owning a large fan base is Inter Milan with 49 million fans. The Italian team has won the European Cup three times and owns many big stars in the world.

8. AC Milan – 55 million fans worldwide

Although it is no longer on the European peak compared to previous years, AC Milan still has a team of loyal and enthusiastic supporters on the planet.

7. Liverpool – 85 million fans worldwide

The owner of Anfield is known for being the oldest and most loyal fan club in the world. They are still in the mood to celebrate after the dramatic Champions League victory when they won Ac Milan in 2005.

Liverpool fans always tend to repeat history whenever they start preaching about their club to others, and it is probably because of the golden days since they were a club. Merseyside set. Liverpool is also known as the second Premier League club (after Manchester United) to have won most Premier League titles.

Some of Liverpool’s most famous players in modern days are Luis Suarez, Fernando Torres, Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, Coutinho, Salah and Firmino. Anfield is also known as one of the largest stadiums around the world.

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