Tel Aviv

Libertad a Mahmud al Sarsak

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Mahmud al Sarsak, el futbolista internacional palestino en huelga de hambre desde hace 92 días para denunciar su detención por Israel, llegó a un acuerdo para poner fin a su protesta a cambio de su liberación, informó el presidente del Club de Prisioneros Palestinos, Qadura Fares.

Fuente: PalestinaLibre.

Tel Aviv, noche blaugrana... y blanca

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Por Johan Einstein / Desde Tel Aviv
En la playa de Tel Aviv, 4000 israelíes vibraron con la victoria del Barça ante el Manchester. En la fina arena, senyeras y banderas barcelonistas me transportaron por dos horas a Barcelona. Solo que en lugar del español o catalán se escuchaba hebreo.


Daily Dose: May 3rd, 2010 – The SBS Australian World Cup Commerical

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Does Australian broadcaster SBS actually want Australians to watch the World Cup? Or does it just want to make them very very angry? Top marks for comedy though.

  • FrankenSven unveils ultimate football player. Sadly not Ivorian. (Soccerlens)
  • Benoît Assou-Ekotto is an honest man (The Guardian)
  • The Gaza World Cup (Palestine Note)
  • Marseille's 2010/11 shirts unveiled leaked.

A world cup in Gaza

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In an event conceived to simulate the real FIFA World Cup in South Africa ,the Gaza World Cup 2010, kicked off on the 2nd of May with 16 teams - Palestine, England, Turkey, USA, Italy, Russia, South Africa, Ireland, Egypt, Algeria, Spain, Serbia, Germany, the Netherlands, France and Jordan.

Freddie Kanoute Goes All Political

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Freddie Kanoute isn't one to shy away from mixing his on-pitch play with his off-field beliefs. When Sevilla picked up a betting site as a sponsor, he wore a blank shirt due to his Islamic beliefs (he's since worn the sponsored jersey). So when he scored against Deportivo last night, he took it as an [.

The Daily Madness: Moreno sets MLS goals record, Palestinians banned from playing soccer in Britain, Another Man U Berbatov bid? & more

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Jaime Moreno is now the all-time leading goals scorer in the MLS. The 33-year-old DC United forward scored his 109th netter last night in his club's win over the New York Red Bulls. As many goals as his age, 33, have been from the spot.
A Palestinian football club, who was scheduled to play friendlies against Chester City and the Blackburn Rovers, was denied entry into England by British Authorities.

The Rest

AFA en Palestina

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15.02.2013 - Palestina en general y Gaza en particular fue muy atacada por Israel (no sólo) durante 2012. Aquí la foto de Paul Hansen (AP) ganadora del premio World Press Photo of the Year 2012 de la 56ª edición del concurso World Press Photo.
Suhaib Hijazi, de 2 años, y su hermano Muhammad, de 3 años, murieron al impactar un misil contra su casa durante un ataque aéreo israelí.

El Palestine Stadium de Gaza bombardeado por aviones israelíes

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17.11.2012 - Otra vez, como en 2006, el Palestine Stadium ubicado en Gaza fue víctima de las bombas israelíes que (ahora) cayeron desde aviones F-16.
Se reportaron cuatro misiles sobre el campo además de la destrucción (parcial) de un salón interior (basket, handball y otros deportes) y serios daños a otro edificio relacionado con el ministerio de la juventud y el deporte.

“Why Always Me?”

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Of all the moments in the surreal, simultaneously compelling and slightly sickening Manchester City vs. Manchester United game today, there is one that will probably stay rooted in our imaginations for at least a little while: Balotelli's cheeky question: "Why Always Me?" after his first goal. Like the most conversation-worthy and striking moments in football, this one is fascinating because it seems at once funny and irritating, appropriate and trangressive.

the agony and the... well, the even more agonizing

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Some months back over Indian food, I suppose it would've been just after Beckham's big injury, my brother asked about Portugal v England in 2006, asked if it was true that Becks had wept when he was sidelined.
Yes, I said, he'd pulled a Gaza act, but I'd suspected at the time that he knew the Lions were going to be humiliated and was exaggerating his wound so he wouldn't have to be part of it.


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La primera que vimos fue la de Obama, la asunción de Barack Obama. Es notable como podemos hacerle zoom y zoom y zoom hasta detalles inesperados. Vemos una multitud y, nunca como antes, la multitud como suma de individuos. El zoom nos deja ver cada rostro, cada gesto, a Obama con el puño cerrado, a Bush con el gesto prieto.

Pax Soccerus

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(left: the founder of a new religion the soccer SuperGod)

Is Ronaldo SuperGod? Perhaps Jesus spoke to a few hundred during the Sermon on the Mount. Maybe he carved up a dozen fish and breads for the hungry multitude but it's nothing compared to the flock who packed into the stadium last week to worship the  first soccer SuperGod, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Top 10 footballers who revealed T-shirts with messages

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1. Mohamed Aboutrika At the 2008 African Cup of Nations, the Egyptian midfielder lifted his shirt after scoring against Sudan to reveal a T-shirt bearing the message "Sympathy with Gaza". He was given a yellow card for breaking FIFA's...

Ultimate 11’s - QPR

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This week's Ultimate 11 is top blogger Ashleigh Rose's QPR. Now bearing in mind Ash is know where near as old us me his QPR team is from his generation, 1990 onwards. So basically he doesn't even remember Gaza's tears, now that does make us feel old!

Do you really know your clubs proud history or are you just a teenage glory hunter?