Browsing Michel Platini

The Sexy Football Calendar of 2014

Posted on 31 Oct, 2013, by in Babes

In 2013, it was all about the managers. In 2014, the sexy football calendar takes shots at the big wigs of the sport (Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini) and a player or two as well, giving a sexy, funny and insulting vision on some of the sport’s most powerful people, which shouldn’t be taken seriously all the time. More

Club Football More Important Than World Cup; Qatar Shouldn’t Host in 2022

Posted on 15 Aug, 2013, by in Soccer

While Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini seem quite confident that they can convince domestic leagues to change their calendars so the FIFA World Cup can be held in Qatar during winter months, the more reasonable solution would be to take away the 2022 hosting duties from the nation, who made a bid bases on their ability to host during the summer. More

Did Qatar Win 2022 World Cup Bid by Bribing?

Posted on 29 Jan, 2013, by in Soccer

Not too many people were happy when it was announced that Qatar will be the hosts of the 2022 World Cup, and allegations of bribery and other illegal suggestions came floating into the air, throwing FIFA once again into the arms of a corruption controversy. More

Euro 2020 – Which Stadiums Will be Used

Posted on 11 Dec, 2012, by in Soccer

The news of Euro 2020, a 24-team tournament need I remind you, becoming somewhat of a European tour hosted across the continent in several countries, with each group played in a different set of cities among five, six or even more nations. More

Michel Platini Trying to Destroy the Champions League

Posted on 29 Nov, 2012, by in Soccer

A few things are on the mind of Michel Platini when he throws the ideas of creating one big European League, or expanded Champions League, which will include 64 teams, at the expense of the Europa League, which seems like a good way of destroying a valuable brand. More

Greatest Euro Moments in Lego

Posted on 3 Jun, 2012, by in Soccer

Using Lego to recreate magic and memorable moments in any sport is always a good idea. It’s executed brilliantly again while showing England’s failures through years when playing in the Euro, Michel Platini’s incredible 1984 tournament and Greece stunning everyone in 2004. More

Platini Against Video Technology For Wrong Reasons

Posted on 1 Jan, 2012, by in Soccer

Michel Platini, UEFA president and the next president of FIFA, is against Video technology implemented in football, because he actually believes that the injustices and referee mistakes help the sport become more popular. More

Champions League Winners, Losers and Suspicions

Posted on 8 Dec, 2011, by in Soccer

Plenty of drama, disappointments and surprised filled the final group stage night of the 2011-2012 Champions League with a tad of conspiracy in mind. Real Madrid did beat Ajax 3-0 in Amsterdam, but the Dutch had two goals disallowed, wrongfully, while Lyon, who needed to win by four goals came from 0-1 behind to beat a 10-man Dinamo Zagreb 1-7 in a tad suspicious fashion. More

Good News From FIFA – Sepp Blatter Consideres Quitting in Two Years

Posted on 14 Sep, 2011, by in Soccer

Sepp Blatter isn’t planning on completing the full four years of his FIFA presidency term, according to rumors and sources, striking a deal with Michael Platini that will make the UEFA boss the chief of World football. I prefer Platini to Blatter, but not everything is peachy about this future change. More

I’m Glad the Group Stage is Over

Posted on 8 Dec, 2010, by in Soccer

It took just over a year of the new Champions League qualifying system (thank you Michel Platini) to make me prefer the Europa League. More