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Neymar vs Cristiano Ronalo or Brazil vs Portugal frienly on 10th Sept at Boston.?.



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World is now waiting to see the battle between Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo. The Confederation Cup 2013 winner Brazil expected to face European Football power Portugal in a friendly match which may take place in Gillette Stadium,Boston, USA, on 10 September. The match will take place during an official FIFA international fixture date and both rosters will be full of top players. Relevent Sports and the New England Revolution is the organiser of the said match.

The golden ball winner of Confederation Cup Brazilian Star Neymar who will play for Barcelona alongside Messi from this Season will face Portugal Star as well as Real Madrid Star Ronalo on the date.

Brazil Federation President Jose Maria Marin is so much delighted to get the opportunity to play against a world-class opponent like Portugal and they are exited to play in front of their passionate fans living in the Boston area.

Very recent, Neymar played against Messi in Lima, Pery in a Charity match and scored a miracle 40 yards goal but the 10th Spet match is not charity, it would be a FIFA recognised Friendly match and the world will see the original temparament of the two sides as Brazil's current ranking is 9 while Portugal is now in 7th place in FIFA ranking.

Ronaldo leaded Portugal as well as Nani, Pepe, Bruno Alves and Helder Postiga will face Northern Ireland at Belfast on 6th Sept in World Cup Qualifier. The two teams Brazil and Portugal last played at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa and result was a 0-0 draw. Brazil last appeared at Gillette Stadium in a 0-2 loss to Venezuela on November 14, 2009.

Now Paulo Bento vs Scolari or Neymar vs Ronaldo match Tickets price start at Dollar 50 and will be on sale for the general public from Friday July 19th.

Messi's Argentina will face Balotelli's Italy in an exhibition match.

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Messi will face Balotelli in an Exhibition Match. In August 14th the two big teams of World Football will face in an exhibition game dedicated to Pope Francis, who is an Argentine and an avid Football fan. The planning of the match first started in March just Italy's 2-0 win over Malta in a World Cup qualifier.

It has been learnt that, the Italian Football Federation announced that on 14th August the match will be held at Rome's Stadio Olimpico, which is near to Vatican City. Both playing squads will have audiences with the pope at the Vatican.

FIFA Confederation Cup 2013 3rd place holder Italy's last match with Argentina was also an exhibition in Rome in the year 2001 fed 28th where they lost to Argentina. Cristian 'Kily' Alberto Gonzalez and Hernan Crespo scored for Argentina while the scorer of Italy was Stefano Fiore,

Before that, Diego Maradona's Argentina brat host Italy in 1990 World Cup on penalty kicks (1-1, 4-3) in a semifinal in Naples. Out of 13 clashes so far Argentina won 3 times, Italy won 6 times, and rest drew.

AFC 'A" Certificate Course Probable Passed Candidates- 2013

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AFC A-Licence Course System:

The AFC 'A' Coaching Certificate Course is for Coaches who hold both the 'C' and 'B' Coaching Certificates. Selection of participants is based only on the recommendation of the Instructors. The duration of the Course is 27 days, with a minimum of 148 hours. The Course is designed to educate Coaches in tactical and advanced technical requirements of teams and team management. Teachings of the physiological and psychological needs of the players are part of the module, and are important to enhance the Coaches' understanding of the game at this level. Students are examined on the practical and theoretical aspects of the game, and are required to submit and present a dissertation.

The A-Licence Course conducted by All India Football Federation successfully ended at the Father Agnel Sports Complex in Navi Mumbai. The Course which was attended by 24 Coaches from all across the Country ended with a series of Practical Exams and a discussion about the role of A-License Coaches in Indian Football. The 28 days tenure above Course Conductor was Robert Baan, the Technical Director of All India Football Federation .

The result not yet finally published but it has been learnt and rumor that out of those 24 candidates few candidates passed. Rumor is that six/seven candidates from Delhi, Goa, Chandigarh, Gujrat and Maharashtra passed the course.

Richard Hood,
Surinder Singh,
Vivek Nagul,
Sakti Chauhan,
Alfred Fernandez
Abhijoy Basu
Aqeel Ansari may be among the passed candidates.

In 2011 the following candidates got the AFC " A" Certificates :

Tarun Roy : Delhi
Khalid Jamil : Maharashtra
Sajid Yousuf Dar : Jammu & Kashmir
Rasool Hilal Parray : Jammu & Kashmir
Joseph Thomas : Karnataka
Godfred Pereira : Maharashtra
Naushad Moosa : Maharashtra

All the 35 boys of the AIFF Regional Academy based at the Pailan World School, Kolkata successfully passed the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Tests.

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AIFF PRESS RELEASE : All the 35 boys of the AIFF Regional Academy based at the Pailan World School, Kolkata successfully passed the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Tests conducted at the AMRI Hospital in Salt Lake, Kolkata. The Tests which scanned the Player's Wrists Plates to verify their proper age were conducted ahead of the U-16 SAFF Championship which kicks-off in Kathmandu on July 20. Dr. Sandeep Kumar, Medical Consultant, AIFF said: "I've gone through the MRI reports of all the Players and it confirms that none of them are over 15 years of age."Scott O'Donell, Technical Director, AIFF Academies, said the Tests reinforced "AIFF's tough stance." "I am extremely pleased that all of our boys cleared the MRI Examinations. I think it reinforces AIFF's tough stance on age cheating. We went through thorough testing at the National Championships to ensure all players selected for the Pailan Academy were of the correct age," O'Donell, also the Director for Coach Education, AIFF, stated. "The boys have been working extremely hard over the last few months and it would have been a shame if that hard work had gone to waste had any of the boys been overage," he added. "With the testing behind us we can now focus on preparing for the U-16 SAFF Championships in Nepal and later the AFC 16 Championships in Kuwait."