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The sport of soccer is considered to be the most popular game in the world. To achieve success in this sport, athletes need to develop certain important skills at the young age. Young soccer players who are at the U9 to U11 age group must learn these three essential skills to become an impact player in the future.

1. DRIBBLING

In soccer, if a player doesn’t know how to dribble a ball, then he cannot play the game. Dribbling is the most basic and most important of all soccer skills. It is defined as the ability to carry the ball past the opponent while taking full control of the soccer ball. Dribbling serves three purposes: to beat the defender, to accelerate into space, and to avoid pressure. To develop good dribbling technique, you should:

• Make gentle contact (called “touch”) with the soccer ball

• Always keep the ball close to your feet

• Use the edge of the foot to dribble galloping

• Practice changes in your dribbling pace

• Use your body to protect the ball when defender gets close

• Practice an inside-outside dribbling drill through cones with both feet

2. PASSING

Passing the ball to teammates plays a big role in a soccer game. The ability to properly pass the ball to your teammates is a critical skill that all soccer players should learn from early age. The best soccer players are often the best passers of the ball. There are three soccer passes: standard pass, chipped pass and lofted pass. Follow these soccer passing tips to master this skill:

• Develop vision so that you can see potential passing time

• Master all three soccer passes

• Try passing more to be more effective on the pitch

• The faster you pass the ball, the less time your opponent gets to interrupt you

• Put correct pace on the ball while passing it to your teammate

3. RECEIVING

The ability to receive a soccer ball determines the effectiveness of a player. If a player has great first touch, he/she will have more time to dribble and shoot. The technique to receive a ball on the ground is quite different from receiving it in the air.

Follow these tips when receiving a ball on the ground:

• Keep your eye on the ball and choose which foot to receive the ball with

• Receive the ball with one foot with ankle locked

• Don’t just stop after receiving the ball. Instead prepare for the next action: dribble, shoot or pass

Follow these tips when receiving a ball in the air:

• Keep your eyes on the ball and read the speed and direction of the ball

• Decide which part of your body (thigh, head, foot, or chest) you will use to control the ball

• Receive the ball and cushion it with the body part to slow it down. Prepare for next move.

In the past, sporting goods were only made available for professional athletes. Today, sporting companies are taking every opportunity to supply sports equipment to the public. If you want to purchase exercise equipment to improve your recreational sporting skills, you can consider taking into account the durability, versatility and costs of the equipment.

The factors to consider when choosing sporting apparel include:

· Price

Sporting activities are adored by many people around the globe. To benefit from these sporting activities, many people need specific outfits. You can consider purchasing the right sporting apparel from stores within your locality. To benefit from major cutbacks, you can consider visiting virtual stores as well as public auction sites. You will be able to find affordable clothing here. Many of the online stores offer competitive selling prices. For instance, you can consider visiting an online store that offers soccer jerseys.

It is possible to buy high quality apparel without spending a substantial amount of money. If you consider some online stores you will be in a position to find many fantastic bargains. You can also find used apparel that you will love at competitive prices considering sports apparel from popular manufacturers are expensive.

· Comfort

When you are considering the sporting goods the sports uniform comes to mind. When you are choosing the sporting apparel, it is important to consider the comfort of the clothing. It should be able to soak up sweat and generate a sense of lightness. The clothing should also be in a position to withstand the sporting rigor. Therefore, a rugby player may not do well playing the sport with clothing normally worn by basketball player; they are likely to get ripped off or torn. A soccer player may also not wear sporting apparels worn by basketball players.

· High quality and stain resistant fabric

Considering that sporting apparel is usually beat up daily and they often get dirty enduring daily washing, it is important that they are designed out of high quality and stain resistant fabric to ensure the clothing last longer.

· Size

When it comes to choosing sporting apparel, it is equally important to select the right fitting apparels. Loose clothes are likely to make you fall. On the other hand, tight-fitting clothes are likely to cause discomfort.

· Other factors

Other factors to consider when choosing the sports apparels include the style/design, color/pattern, appropriateness for occasion, durability of garment, versatility/multi-use, breathability of fabric, allergens in fabric, alterability, washing/cleaning instructions, ability to match with the existing wardrobe, prestige factor/designer label, wrinkle resistance, weather resistance, warmth, formality and functionality.

The soccer shirts worn by players these days are very bright and colorful, making it very easy to identify teams. But there was a time when there was no real uniform dress code and every payer wore white shirts with long sleeves. The only way to distinguish between teams was colorful caps and scarves. This created confusion for the spectators and the scorers. Gradually, the demand for uniforms for players rose giving birth to the first soccer shirts, which have now become legendary with players and teams alike.

As soccer clubs turned the game into a professional sport, all teams had to register their specific colors so as to avoid confusion with other teams. Soccer fans all over the world wear the colors of the teams. This has become a good way of increasing company sales and thus contributed to the economy too.

By the start of the twentieth century, shirts in various colors and designs including stripes made an appearance. The cheap, plain white cotton fabric gave way to synthetic materials such as nylon, which is lighter and allows sweat to evaporate, making it very comfortable for players to wear during a match. Now for summers players wear short sleeves, while in winters, they switch to long sleeves shirts.

Along with the shirts came the numbers from one to eleven on the back of the shirts. But as strategies and positions changed, so did the numbers. Nowadays the players wear their lucky numbers. Initially, the name of the team and club would be in front while the number and name of the player would be at the back of the shirt.

With the onset of globalization, advertising companies realized that there was a huge marketing potential. So they began to display their names on the shirts and paid the teams to wear their brand. Designs including logos and badges of teams were worn and every time a team changed its advertisers, the designs changed. The fans, in order to keep up with the changing pace, began buying the new brands.

As science and technology has advanced, the fabric of the soccer shirts has greatly improved. The fabric used for the shirts can adjust itself to the needs of the player and the weather i.e., it keeps the players warm in winter and cool in summer. Rapidly changing technology promises to invent shirts that will be able to monitor the heart rates and fatigue levels of the players.

Technology is also playing a very important role in making the soccer shirt more fashionable. A plethora of new designs and colors has indeed made the game more enjoyable. Cheap replicas are also available on the internet and fans often trade soccer shirts via the internet for profit. Big companies now vie for a chance to sponsor soccer teams as it is a great way to boost their sales. They even offer huge discounts and other offers to attract customers. Thus, soccer has been commercialized in a big way, through its shirt.

The growth in the Direct-to-home (DTH) satellite television industry globally is well documented. Nigeria is certainly one of the countries in which such growth is evident and there are at least four major competing satellite television services providers in the Nigerian market. In addition, there is a small but growing number of satellite television enthusiasts who explore the opportunities available for viewing satellite television transmissions without subscription. Generally, there tends to be widespread misconception among the wider populace that satellite television is automatically equivalent to subscription television in ignorance of the fact that there is quite a considerable amount of free-to-air (FTA) transmission available without subscription. It should also be mentioned, however, that some of the enthusiasts do stray beyond simple FTA television into realms bordering on illegality, depending on the circumstances, with the use of some satellite receivers with modified software to watch encrypted material without subscription.

The issue of legality concerning satellite television broadcast and reception in Nigeria is topical currently in light of litigation before the Nigerian courts involving some of the DTH operators in the market and various other parties, especially some cable television service providers. Typically, the DTH operator has paid top dollar for premium content – a prime example being English Premier League (EPL) football – and wishes to protect its revenue stream by avoiding or preventing its dilution as a result of the activities of those who seek to disseminate the same content independently of the DTH. This is more so especially where the DTH operator has paid for exclusive rights. The dissemination, independent of the DTH operator, is usually by some cable service operators who often will obtain the content by satellite and re-broadcast it via cable to their own customers for a fee. In this respect, the main legal issue is whether those distributing such content independently of the DTH operator have the legal right to do so. The on-going litigation in the Nigerian courts between Hi-Media (operators of HiTV) and CTL (a cable services provider) typifies the scenario painted here.

Evidently, where encrypted satellite signals are obtained from the facilities of a DTH operator with exclusive domestic rights and re-distributed for a fee domestically without the DTH operator’s authorisation or consent, the rebroadcast is most likely an unlawful violation of the intellectual property rights of the DTH operator. However, Nigerian law is not entirely clear on the question of the legality of the rebroadcast of satellite signals within Nigeria where the signals are broadcast from outside the country of reception, by an operator that does not have domestic broadcast rights and, especially, where the signals are transmitted FTA without encryption. This scenario is also unfolding in Nigeria with the recent complaints lodged with Nigerian authorities by some Middle East & North Africa (MENA) DTH operators, especially Orbit Showtime about the rebroadcast of their signals by some cable service operators in Nigeria. In fact, the question of re-broadcasting of FTA signals is a constant issue of controversy and legal uncertainty in other countries particularly in Europe. For example, there was a recent crack-down in Spain on ‘illegal’ broadcasters. However, the crack-down seems to have been focused on operators re-broadcasting encrypted content without authorisation whereas it seems that those operators who re-broadcast FTA signals have largely been able to continue their operations as long as they are legally compliant in other respects such as basic licensing requirements and tax responsibilities.

In respect of the situation in Nigeria, the issues turn ultimately on questions of interpretation and application of Nigerian common law and a number of Nigerian legislation including the Copyright Act as amended. It is evidently very likely that the courts will rule that the domestic rights holder of particular content (exclusive rights in the case of EPL football) is able to challenge and restrain any rebroadcast of its own signals without its content or authorisation. It is a different matter if transmission signal for that same content has been obtained from a different source. e.g. a foreign broadcaster of EPL football as opposed to the domestic rights holder. Nevertheless, in such a case the domestic rights holder with exclusive rights may be able to successfully rely on the exclusivity of its own rights irrespective of the source from which the re-broadcaster might have obtained the signal. Potentially, the foreign rights holder may also claim for the violation of its own intellectual property rights.

The least clear legal situation concerns the re-broadcasting in Nigeria of FTA content transmitted or originating from a foreign country. From a wider perspective, there have always been at least two views of this situation. Firstly, the view exists that as long as the domestic re-broadcaster has a suitable broadcasting license and is otherwise in compliance with other relevant law, the re-broadcasting of FTA content is acceptable. Some argue that this explains the activities of some operators in some European countries e.g. Spain, Switzerland etc, where the re-broadcasting of signals originating from another country, especially the United Kingdom, is a well known phenomenon. The second view is that the re-broadcasting of FTA content without the authorisation of the (foreign) origin at least should always be illegal if it is not already so. Evidently, the rebroadcast involves taking advantage of the intellectual property of the originator but other considerations are also taken into account such as that the originator might itself be geographically restricted in terms of its broadcasting rights and that advertisements may be targeted at a particular country.

It is thought that the ongoing litigation before the Nigeria courts does not directly touch on the question of the re-broadcasting in Nigeria of FTA signals originating abroad. It is hoped that the Nigerian courts will provide clarification on the matter at the earliest arising opportunity.

Last night saw yet another epic El Classico where Lionel Messi and Cristano Ronaldo continued their ongoing battle for World supremacy. Barcelona and Real Madrid played out a spectacular 2-2 draw with Ronaldo and his arch nemesis Messi scoring all of the goals. These two players are taking the art of a footballer to whole new levels, but whilst there is no denying that they are the stand-out talents of their generation, and perhaps of all-time, the ongoing question is ‘who of the two is the greatest?’ Whilst there is no definitive correct answer to this, the widely held view over recent years has been that Messi is the King and Ronaldo the very talented Prince. However, the gap between the magical Argentinean and the Portuguese adonis appears to be closing, with some feeling that Ronaldo now deserves the crown of ‘World’s Best Player’.

Despite often playing just behind the main striker, Messi seems to be able to score from anywhere and everywhere. Last season, at the age of only 24, he became Barcelona’s all-time leading scorer. In addition to that he also broke the 39 year old record which was set my German super striker Gerd Muller for most goals in a single European season. Amazingly, Ronaldo has managed a similar record to Messi and their overall ‘goals to games’ ratio since 2009 is almost identical. Despite starting his career as a winger, Ronaldo’s ‘eye for goal’ became apparent under Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. His trademark ‘dipping’ free-kicks and solo goals prompted Real Madrid to break the World transfer record to bring the Old Trafford hero to the Bernabeu. Just as Messi can often be found collecting the ball in his own half, Ronaldo often drifts back in search of possession, and is also found in wide positions tormenting the opposing left and right backs. Given the fact that neither player is what is referred to as a ‘goal poacher’ makes their records even more unbelievable.

With regard to awards, both team based and personal, Messi is the clear winner at present. He has won the Ballon d’Or three years running (much to the obvious dismay of Ronaldo!), and his La Liga and Champions League silverware outweigh Ronaldo’s.

In conclusion it is evident that both Lionel Messi and Cristano Ronaldo are head and shoulders above any other current players in World football and there are no signs of this changing any time soon. Given their relatively young ages there is every possibility that they will go down as the two greatest players in the history of the sport. For all the achievements of Pele, Maradona, Eusebio etc, there is already a case to be made that Messi and Ronaldo have matched and surpassed them all. The fact that two such players are present in the same era, playing in the same league and at almost the same ages makes the comparison slightly easier, so here goes…

Lionel Messi is currently the ‘World Greatest Footballer’ with Cristano Ronaldo an extremely close second. The fact that Lionel Messi has been officially awarded this title three years running with the Ballon d’Or adds weight to the argument. That along with minor points such as his superior assists record, the fact that he has consistently made more appearances than Ronaldo and that his all-round team-play is slightly better just edges it for the Argentinean genius at present. In Ronaldo’s defence he is the faster / stronger physical specimen, has better heading ability and does not have a Xavi or Iniesta to link up with, but this just doesn’t quite level it – for now!!!

Not to long ago black footballers in the United Kingdom were frequently faced with monkey chants from the terraces and racial abuse from their opponents. Now the problem seems to have been mostly eradicated from the British game and it is not unusual to have a back player in the football league (approximately 25% of professional players are of black origin). The problem might have crept out of the British game but a series of incidents over the past decade throughout Europe suggests the problem is still rife in mainland Europe.

During the 1970s and 1980s in the British Isles footballers from different ethnic backgrounds were abused regularly from members of the crowd making monkey chants, singing racist or anti-semitic songs and also chants closely linked to patriotism. It is believed that this was all linked to far-right groups who seemed to be using football matches to recruit new members and to hand out literature.

Far-right groups like the National Front (NF) used their magazine ‘Bulldog’ to promote competitions amongst fans like for the title of ‘most racist ground in Britain’. Copies of ‘Bulldog’ were openly sold at grounds across the country and clubs like Chelsea, Leeds United, Milwall, Newcastle United, Arsenal and West Ham were seen to have strong fascist elements. After the Heysel stadium disaster in the 1980s, British National Party leaflets were found on the terraces!

During the 1990s the British government introduced measures to combat racism in football alongside footballs governing bodies as well as at club level, supporter level and organisations like Kick Racism out of Football. The 1990s saw a massive decline in racism in the British game and now football fans will hardly ever hear racist abuse at football stadiums in Britain.

The British authorities and various other parties seem to have grasped hold of the problem and helped to eradicate the minority who use football as a tool to vent racism, but the same can not be said for other European nations. The problem of racism in mainland Europe is being described by some as ‘endemic’. It seems as though some football federations are in denial of the problem even though players, fans and ethnic minorities are abused regularly.

Just like the National Front used to target football grounds in Britain in the 1970s and 1980s, neo-nazi and neo-fascist groups are now targeting football grounds around Europe for recruitment. The worst affected clubs are Lazio and Verona in Italy, PSG in France and Real Zaragoza and Real Madrid in Spain. A series of incidents in Southern Europe has highlighted this over the past few years.

In November, 2004, Spain entertained England in a friendly match at the Bernabeu in Madrid. The fact that England were outclassed by Spain and lost the match 1-0 seems to have been forgotten for different reasons. Thousands of Spanish fans in the stadium appeared to be neanderthal in their racist chanting as they were making monkey noises every time second half substitute Shaun Wright-Philips touched the ball. The chanting was clearly heard by millions of English fans sat watching the match on the BBC and the commentators condemned the chanting and stated there was no need of it in the modern game.

In response to this incident the British Sports Minister (Richard Carbon) wrote to his Spanish counterpart insisting that some action be taken. The English FA were already preparing to write to FIFA and UEFA in the aftermath of the under-21 encounter between the two nations when Glenn Johnson, Darren Bent and Carlton Cole were the targets of racist chanting.

The British media blamed Spanish coach Luis Aragones for the incident as prior to the match a Spanish TV crew filmed him trying to motivate Jose Antonio Reyes by making racist references to his team-mate, Thierry Henry. He used the phrase “Demeustra que eres major que ese negro de mierda”, which translates in English “Show that you’re better than that shitty black guy”.

The Spanish FA declined to take any action, but after an investigation UEFA fined the federation $87,000 and warned that any future incidents would be punished more severely (like suspension from major international tournaments or playing behind closed doors).

A few years later football in Spain was in the media again for the wrong reasons. In February 2006, Barcelona striker Samuel Eto’o suffered from racially-driven verbal abuse by fans of Real Zaragoza. During the match fans began making monkey-like chants whenever he had possession of the ball and peanuts were hurled onto the pitch. Eto’o threatened to leave the pitch in protest but his team mates calmed him down. Barcelona won the match 4-1 and Eto’o danced like a monkey when he scored stating he did it as rival fans were treating him like a monkey. Surprisingly referee Fernando Carmona Mendez did not mention the incidents in his match report.

Real Zaragoza were only fined a measly 600 Euros by the Spanish FA and several other clubs were also fined during the course of the season for similar incidents. Atheltico Madrid were fined 6000 Euros for racial abuse of Espanyol’s Cameroon goalkeeper Carlo Kameni and Deportivo La Coruna, Albacete and Getafe received fines for similar incidents

A similar incident to the Eto’o one happened in Italy with Ivorian defender Marc Zoro. The Messina defender threatened to halt a Serie A game after suffering racial abuse from the visiting Inter Milan supporters. It is also well know that fans of Italy’s capital club, Lazio, have supporters who have strong fascist views. Ex Lazio player Paolo Di Canio landed himself in trouble for making the fascist salute to the Lazio fans after scoring in the Rome derby.

In Paris the Mayor is worried about the cities image due to recent events at Paris SG’s stadium, the Parc de Princes, as racism has become increasingly common with insults and monkey chants directed at black players. Far-right gangs have also looked to fight black and Arab members of rival gangs at the stadium during games. When Israeli side Hapoel Tel Avis visited for a UEFA Cup match in November 2006, a plains clothes police officer shot into a crowd of skirmishing football fans as he tired to protect a Hapoel Tel Aviv supporter, killing one person in the process. This incident is thought to have resulted from Paris SG fans chanting anti-semitism songs during their sides 4-2 defeat

In Central and Eastern Europe problems of racism and anti-semitism still exist. During England’s Euro 2004 qualifier in Slovakia their black players suffered racist abuse from the crowd which highlighted the countries problem to the international media. However, the problem existed long before England’s visit. Players from black ethnic backgrounds playing their trade in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Romania are subject to monkey chanting and being pelted with bananas every week.

In October, 2006, when Blackburn Rovers visited Krakow in Poland for a UEFA Cup tie, Benni McCarthy claimed he was abused by Wisla Krakow defender Nikola Mijailovic. The English FA wrote a letter to UEFA to ask them to investigate the allegations of racism whilst Wisla claimed they had already investigated the incident and found nothing to substantiate the claim. The referee also failed to mention the incident in his report but UEFA took action against the player and banned him for five games.

One nation in Central Europe you will be surprised to hear is suffering from racism is Germany. A series of events of the past year have highlighted the problem to the world’s media. When striker Patrick Owomoyela was being considered for the German 2006 World Cup squad, he was branded as ‘non-German’ by an extreme right party and another German player, Gerald Asamoah, was subject to abuse in a Cup tie in Rostock. During Germany’s Euro 2008 qualifier against Slovakia, in Bratislava, German fans sang discriminatory songs. German fans were again in the sport light when fans of Alemannia Aachen chanted racist abuse directed against asylum seekers. The German FA fined the club a measly 50,000 Euros.

It seems as though racism is still rife in European football and the problem looks as though it is not going to go away overnight or be brushed under the carpet easily. European footballs governing body needs to take firmer action against fans of clubs who are guilty and the clubs respective national football federation need to back their ruling up. Perhaps certain European countries should look at how the British have managed to reduce racism in their grounds as an example on how to tackle racism.

Real Madrid fans may be stewing over the recent string of success enjoyed by their hated rivals, FC Barcelona, ​​however, even Barca can not compete with the storied and successful history of Real Madrid CF They are actually the most successful club in the history of Spanish football , and they were voted by FIFA as being the most successful club team from anywhere in the world for all of the 20th century. Certainly, those are very lofty achievements, and expectations are always high for Real Madrid to continue on with that, which is one of the reason Real Madrid tickets are in such demand.

So how can one club be voted as the most successful of any in the entire world for a whole century? To begin with, Real Madrid was in existence right from the start, having been founded in 1902. In their history, they have won a total of 31 La Liga titles, while never being relegated from the top level of La Liga in Spanish football. In addition to 31 league titles, they have 18 Copa Del Rey cup victories, 8 Spanish Super Cup titles, and they have won a record 9 UEFA Championships.

Real Madrid won back to back La Liga titles in 1932 and 1933, but it was really in the 1950s and 1960s when a period of unpreceded success was enjoyed. They won four straight La Liga titles from 1955-1958, then won eight straight from 1961 through 1969! It's the kind of run that would be near impossible to duplicate today.

Still, in the 1980s, Real Madrid really put on a dominant run that can equal to any single team's run in the history of global football. The team known as La Quinta del Buitre won five straight La Liga titles, and two UEFA championships to go along with that, as well as numerous other cups, championships and titles during that time.

At the turn of the 21st century, Real Madrid had one of the most star-studded squads of all time. This team was nicknamed as the Los Galacticos team, and featured David Beckham, Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane from France and longtime star and all-time Madrid goal scoring leader, Raul. The team was able to bring home the La Liga championship in 2003, and the UEFA trophy in 2002, but after that did not live up to their lofty expectations as it took several more years to win another major title.

Of course, today the club is still strong, and is one of the best not only in La Liga but also in all of Europe. The team is headed up by Brazilian star Kaka and Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. Were it not for Lionel Messi on Barcelona, ​​Ronaldo would probably be universally regarded as the best player in the game.

There is no team anywhere in the world with a more glorious history and track record than Real Madrid. Being voted as the most successful club team of the 20th century by FIFA says it all, and that tradition is stronger than ever today with the likes of Ronaldo on the squad. The competition with FC Barcelona is fiercer than ever, and that fuels the team and its fans to continue playing and cheering harder than ever before too. If you want to see what the club can do in the second year of Jose Mourinho's rule then order your Real Madrid tickets in advance and be sure for the match of your life!

His full name is Joseph John Cole, and better known as Joe Cole. He was born in Islington, London on 8th November 1981. He is a professional soccer player who now plays for national team of England and Liverpool club. From a very young age, Cole was considered as one of the hottest new talents in English soccer.

In club level, Cole played for West Ham United from 1998 to 2003 before joining Chelsea. Afterward, he leaved Chelsea and play for Liverpool club. With West Ham United, he played more than 100 games for the period of five years. Cole also won many trophies with Chelsea, including three Premier League titles and two FA Cups.

In May 2001, Cole made his international first appearance in opposition to Mexico. He was a part of England’s 2002 FIFA World Cup team. Joe Cole was a team part at Euro 2004 but didn’t truly play. A number of people deem him to be the solution to left wing problem of England and since 2004 Cole has continued to get international appearances.

Joe Cole has a lot of quality performances included England’s game in the World Cup 2006 in opposition to Sweden. In the competition, he was truly named FIFA Man of the Match. Joe Cole was also chosen as the PFA Premiership Team of the Year 2006.

He won many honors during his career as a professional soccer player. With the club of West Ham United, he won UEFA Intertoto Cup (1999). And with England club of Chelsea, he won Premier League (2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2009-2010), Football League Cup (2004-2005, 2006-2007), FA Cup (2006-2007, 2008-2009, 2009-2010), and FA Community Shield (2005). As an individual honor, he won West Ham ‘Hammer of the Year’ (2003), PFA Team of the Year (2006), Chelsea Player of the Year (2008), and Premier League Player of the Month (March 2005).

Online live TV has scored over cable TV and the normal satellite TV by making it possible to access TV from any part of the world through the wonderful medium of internet. Now you can watch live TV on PC in the comfort of your home, in your hotel room after your conference or even at office without missing any of your favorite programs completely free. Free online live TV is a new technology where live TV channels are aired over the internet. All that you need to do is install free online software onto your computer.

Free movement without any payment

The new state-of-the-art technology has made it possible to watch live TV on PC completely free with channels being aired from all parts of the world. You just need to pay a yearly fee and then the online free TV channels are yours without any other payment. Now, even if you are traveling to a foreign country with an alien language you can watch your favorite TV program in the language that you understand.

Watch programs from around the world

If you are fond of French and German movies or from any other country then the free online TV airs channels from around the globe to make viewing easy for you.

Watch from anywhere

Now there is no need to either skip your favorite Formula 1 races or your Champions league or slink slyly from your workstation. All that you need to do is download a PCTV program for free to your PC or laptop and watch it at your pace. There are many online TV software that are compatible with all the versions of the Windows operating system.

Enjoy your sports

Now with this live TV on your PC you can watch your football premiership matches, your formula 1 races, your rugby matches, the Champions league, UEFA Cup and any sports of your choice. You have an unlimited choice of sports channels. Now there is no fear of missing the World Cup and not being able to join in your team’s victory.

What is the first thought that comes to your mind when you hear the word fantasy? That it is something about which we fantasize, but rarely get chance to actually do what we want to. Well this is what people commonly tend to think when they hear about the term fantasy and in most of the cases this is true. But fantasy cricket online is an exception from the rest and actually allows cricket fans to indulge in their fantasy. There cannot be a cricket fan, who does not want to select his or her dream team for a tournament.

All cricket fans live in a dream. They believe that their team is the best in the world capable of beating any international team in the world. Well, the reality may be that your favorite team may not be the best in business, but nothing can stop anyone from dreaming, right? Fantasy cricket online is a source through which cricket fans can indulge in all their dreams and fantasies. So, if you always wanted to select your dream team, fantasy cricket online provides you with the chance to do so.

Taking part in fantasy cricket is very simple. There are several online sites on the web that give the chance to cricket fans to participate and play fantasy cricket online. It is all about testing your cricketing knowledge and check out your selection skills. Selecting a team is one of the toughest jobs in the field of cricket. So be on your guard while selecting the best possible team for playing the game of fantasy cricket online.

You can play fantasy cricket whenever an international cricket tournament gets underway. All the players who are participating in that tournament will be eligible for selection for your dream team. Each player is allotted points based on their performance and current form. You will be given a particular budget point within which you will have to manage your team. Suppose you are allotted a total budget point of 500, then you will have to manage your team within 500 point. It means that the total sum of all the players combined cannot be more than 500.

Ideally you can select five batsmen, four bowlers one wicketkeeper and one all-rounder for your team. Since you can choose only one all-rounder and wicketkeeper just make sure that you pick the best for your dream team. Though this is difficult to do, it is advisable not to get swayed by big names. Go strictly by merit. Suppose you have chosen your favorite player, but what purpose will this serve you, if he does not perform well in the field. You winning or losing a game of fantasy cricket online depends on the performance of your selected players on the field.

Fantasy cricket online is an opportunity for all cricket fans to select their dream team. The team can consist of all the best players in the world. So if you are a cricket fan, you can realize another dream, i.e. seeing all your favorite cricketers in action at a time for your team. Yes, you get to control the entire team, choose who will open the batting, who will bat one down and who will bowl the crucial first over.