An Overview Of Serie A Teams

Serie A, also called as Serie A TIM, refers to the top level professional league in the Italian football league system. Founded during 1929-30 season, Serie A is now on its way to complete 87 seasons. Lega Calcio was the organizer of the Serie A competitions until 2010 but Lega Serie A was introduced during the 2010/11 season. It is widely regarded as one of the most competitive football leagues in the world. In accordance with a report by IFFHS, Serie A is the strongest national league all over the globe. Serie A teams have been the highest number of European Cup finalists till date.

The Italian outfits have reached the Europa competition final 26 times, which is a record in the continent. They have wrapped up the title in 12 seasons. As per UEFA’s league coefficient, Serie A ranks fourth among the European leagues and come only next to La Liga, Bundesliga and English Premier League. The ranking is based on the Italian clubs’ performance in the Europa League as well as the Champions League over the last five years. The league was the topper on the UEFA ranking between 1986 and 1988 and also from 1990 to 1339. Let us now take a closer look at the best Serie A clubs.

Serie A Competition

Before 1929, many Italian clubs participated in the top-most level. Till 1922, the earlier rounds were played on a regional basis. Inter is the only club that has played in every Serie A season since its inception.

Best Teams in Serie A

The top-tier Italian league hosts Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan which are considered three of the most popular clubs in the world. All of them are the founding members of G-14 which hosted the most famous and largest football clubs of Europe. It was the only league which had three representatives in the G-14 group. More players have been awarded the prestigious Ballon d’Or during their Serie A spell than any other country league. However, 18 players each from both Serie A and La Liga have received the award FIFA Ballon d’Or so far.

Juventus is considered the most successful Serie A club. The club, nicknamed as the Bianconeri, the Old Lady etc, is the only entity in the world football to have won every continental competition in Europe as well as the world title. Inter Milan became the first Serie A team to have won a treble following their 2009/10 achievement. Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan along with Roma, Lazio, Napoli and Fiorentina form famous Seven Sisters of Italian Football. Juventus is the current defending champions of Serie A title. However, Inter Milan are, at present, the topper on the league table.

Serie A Footballers

Serie A have produced some of the best names in the world football. Diego Maradona, the prince of football, also played in Serie A at Napoli. Paolo Maldini, Michel Platini are among other stalwarts who took retirement from international football. Serie A teams are also big spenders and don’t mind forking out a fortune to capture the star players.

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Early Breast Cancer Detection

Most women are familiar with mammography as our «gold standard» for breast cancer screening. However, there are additional tools available that women can add to their arsenal.

One of the most effective tools in breast cancer screening is breast self-exam (BSE). However, BSE works best when women are appropriately trained in the procedure, and then followed-up with annual clinical breast exams (CBE) from their physicians. In a 2000 University of Toronto study, approximately 20,000 women were screened for breast cancer with BSE and annual CBE, and 20,000 were screened with BSE and mammograms. After more than 10 years, the BSE and annual CBE reported 610 cases of invasive breast cancer, and 105 deaths. In the BSE and mammogram group, there were 622 cases of invasive breast cancer and 107 deaths. Without question, the first line of defense against breast cancer begins with diligent BSE.

Other tools that are available to women include the AMAS (anti-malignan antibody screen) test and the NMP Nuclear matrix protein) test. Both these are blood tests that measure a certain protein in the blood that may indicate cancer. The AMAS test has been around for several years while the NMP test has not been available until only recently. Clinical trials continue in this area.

One additional tool that may detect an issue early is digital infrared thermal imaging or DITI. In 1982, the FDA approved thermography as an adjunctive tool for breast cancer screening. DITI measures heat emitted from the body and is accurate to 1/100th of a degree. DITI examines physiology, NOT structure. It is in this capacity that DITI can monitor breast HEALTH over time and alert a patient or physician to a developing problem; possibly before a lump can be seen on X-ray or palpated clinically. There are no test limitations such as breast density. DITI is a non-invasive test that does not emit radiation.

The unique characteristics of cancer allow DITI to detect breast cancer at an earlier stage of growth. As cancer is developing, it builds its own blood supply which is then reflected as increased heat in that particular region of the breast. DITI has a specificity of 83%; which reflects a problem in its early stages of development not late-stage cancer as in mammography. An abnormal thermogram carries a 10-times greater risk for cancer and a persistently abnormal thermogram carries a 22-times greater risk for cancer.

Clinical research studies continue to support thermography’s role as an adjunctive tool in breast cancer screening and the ONLY tool that measures breast health over time. There are now more than 800 publications on over 300,000 women in clinical trials. A recent finding published in the American Journal of Radiology in 2003 showed that thermography has 99% sensitivity in identifying breast cancer with single examinations and limited views. Scientists concluded that a negative thermogram is powerful evidence that cancer is not present.

Thermographic screening is not covered by most insurance companies but is surprisingly affordable for most people. For more information or to find a certified clinic in your area, go to [http://www.proactivehealthonline.com].

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Prayer (and The Positively Big Deal About It)

Prayer: It is not only spiritual. It is the ultimate mind development tool. Every night, and every day when I can, I pray. It deepens me. I could put this article under a "spiritual category" and end it right there, but that is where it begins. Prayer in the mental as well as spiritual arsenal is a great thing, the greatest modality I have ever encountered to challenge and develop my mind to higher levels. So, although prayer is known as spiritual mostly , I shall delve into some of those other uses and modalities of prayer here.

In life and if you live a real life, everyone who lives faces a crisis at one time or another and pray then. But, most of the high teachers, including Jesus and Buddha basically say and mean things like "pray and meditate without ceasing" meaning that you cannot just pray when it is "a spiritual time to pray", pray all the time you can pray and never let up on your forces of prayer and vigilance. That idea there is not exactly mine, it came from many readings of Claude Myron Bristol's books "The Magic Of Believing" and "TNT: It Rocks The Earth". His exact idea was that "constant and subtle undying belief is a consistent form of prayer" in a crisis or in a peaceful time without a crisis. In fact, the richest forms of prayer, if we do pay attention come in times of peace and without a crisis when we are paying attention. In fact, attention must be paid if we want prayer and belief to work in our minds and "outside of our minds". Empty words without emotion, meaning and power do nothing anyhow. Indeed, the big deal about prayer is meaning what we say and following through whether peace or crisis, without that, prayer is just empty action.

In fact, I can say this: Courage is the key to positive prayer, fear is the key to the ultimate curse. Let me explain: The courage to follow through, mean what we say, be consistent and use our power right whatever the appearances may be is power. Fear is the ultimate single and simple weakness that ruins everything to put it how Charles Francis Haanel put it in "The Master Key System". To go by reality whatever the appearance at the time is the Master Mind, to go purely by appearance and fear is everything else. In this paragraph here is the big deal about positive prayer. The great things are what count, the rest is just the rest. Realize this fully and you will have the Master Mind and understand reality and how to deal with it. After all real faith is conscious, despite appearances, despite what is seeming to happen good or bad, and in reality.

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Telemarketing – Underutilized Marketing Arsenal

Telemarketing is a great way to produce sales or make an appointment. Yet it was also one of the most underutilized marketing strategies used by the small and medium businesses. The reason is because most business people thought that using telephone to sell is rude, intrusive or worse of all, fear of being rejected.

Actually, the only way to maximize the use of telemarketing is by creating a great telemarketing message to get noticed. Yes, its that simple.

So what is a ‘great’ telemarketing message? Well, the key to that is your opening statement. Your opening statement must have an instant impact for it to have a chance of success. Your telemarketing message must be able to grab your prospect’s attention.

Here are some of the few rules to consider when you create a telemarketing message that sell:

Get their names right, and ask to speak to them directly

Research have shown that everyone’s most favorite word is their name. No matter how you do it, please get their name right.

Introduce yourself and your company at all times

Most telemarketers started rumbling after they got the prospect on the phone. Remember that the most polite thing you can do is to introduce yourself and your company after you have got the right person.

Give them a great reason to listen to your presentation

This is the meat. This is where you capture their attention. You got to give the a very good reason to listen to you. If you lose their concentration in this area, you lose the prospect forever.

Keep your opening sentence short and to the point

You need to keep your sentence short. If you rumble on and on about your product or service, you lose the customer. One of the best way to keep their concentration will be to ask them questions. If, at some point you found that you have talked too much, ask a question. It will help to keep the prospect’s concentration up.

In telemarketing, your objective is to draw your prospects out by giving them what you think could help them and the only way to do it is by providing an impact in your marketing message.

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Man United, The Birth of a Star

Marcus Rashford: Who Is He, Where Did He Come from, and What Does His Presence Mean for Manchester United’s Future?

There’s an outside chance that Manchester United could still finish in the top three in the 2015/16 Premier League. Who knows, the football club could even collect some silverware this season, with both the FA Cup and the Europa League still up for grabs.

Still, by most metrics, the 2015/16 season has not been a terrific one for Man United. The Red Devils have failed to return to their previous heights of Premier League dominance, even with last season’s champions (Chelsea FC) flaming out of the title race early on. Rumors about Louis van Gaal exiting the job of manager-either by way of sacking or resignation-have also been commonplace this season. Even Adidas, United’s kit manufacturer, acknowledged how boring the team’s soccer squad has looked out on the field this season.

The Birth of a Star?

Regardless of these factors, though, there have still been a few bright spots in Manchester’s 2015/16 campaign. One of the brightest of these came in a February 25th home match against Denmark’s FC Midtjylland. The game, which functioned as the second leg of the Europa League’s round of 32, was a make-or-break moment for the Red Devils. They’d lost to Midtjylland 1-2 in the first leg and needed a clean win to push their way into the round of 16.

Rather than just skating through with a 1-0 win, though-which would have earned United a win in the round of 32 based on away goals-the Red Devils completely dominated the Danish football club. After falling behind 0-1 at the 27-minute mark, things looked dire for a moment Manchester. However, the former English champions got a reprieve when Midtjylland conceded an own goal just five minutes later and went on to play arguably the best 30 minutes of soccer they’ve played all season in the second half.

Man United scored four goals in the closing half hour of the match to win a decisive victory and put themselves in the next round of the knockout stage. Even more remarkably, the hero of the match was a complete unknown: 18-year-old forward Marcus Rashford. Rashford scored two goals in quick success to put the Red Devils up 3-1 over Midtjylland. Ander Herrara and Memphis Depay then followed with goals of their own, to turn United’s win into a bonafide season highlight. Talk about a turnaround.

The Story Behind Rashford’s Big Debut

Up until that February 25th Europa League fixture, Rashford had never featured in a senior football match before. Now, he’s one of United’s biggest up-and-coming stars. Could the youngster be United’s best chance of salvaging the soccer season?

To understand just what Rashford could mean to the Red Devils going forward-both in the final act of the 2015/16 and in the years to come-we have to look at how the 18-year-old attacker got his big break in the first place.

For most of the season, Rashford has been playing as part of United’s U-19 team. He’s no newcomer to Old Trafford: the 18-year-old has been a part of United’s youth program since 2005. Louis van Gaal even had Rashford as a substitute-on-bench for two Premier League games earlier in the season: a pair of November fixtures against Watford and Leicester City, respectively. Rashford didn’t ultimately see any playing time in either of those games, but a meticulous eye could have seen him as a potential up-and-coming talent from looking at United’s lineups.

Rashford finally made it onto the pitch in United’s February 25th match against Midtjylland because Louis van Gaal had no other choice. Wayne Rooney was out with a knee injury. Anthony Martial was sidelined (at the last minute, no less) with a hamstring injury, after getting hurt in the warm-up. Those two, who have traded off the role of center forward throughout the 2015/16 season, were among about a dozen players who Van Gaal had to leave out of the lineups for both the Midtjylland Europa League match and the following weekend’s Premier League match against Arsenal. In other words, the Dutch manager was running out of players to put on the pitch, and he turned to United’s youth academy for reinforcements.

That decision could have easily been a disastrous one. It could have given Manchester United’s board a reason to sack Louis van Gaal at last. An early elimination from the Europa League or a huge loss in that key EPL game against Arsenal would have been tough for the Red Devils (and, for that matter, their fans) to recover from.

A Record-Breaking Performance

Instead, Van Gaal got lucky. Rashford realized every bit of his potential in the February 25th Midtjylland match, taking up Rooney’s role as center forward and coming away with two goals. The first of those two made Rashford the youngest Manchester United player ever to score in a European competition. The second made him one of the most talked about talents in the world of soccer.

The achievement wasn’t a fluke, either: just three days later, Rashford made his Premier League debut at Old Trafford, taking the center forward position against Arsenal. At the 29-minute mark, Rashford broke the ice and scored the first goal of the match (and the first goal of his Premier League career). He’s the third youngest United player ever to score in an EPL game, after Federico Macheda and Danny Welbeck. Three minutes later, he scored again.

Ironically, Danny Welbeck scored Arsenal’s first goal of the match at the 40-minute mark, but it wasn’t enough. In a competitive match that saw Manchester United trailing in possession time and relying largely on defense, Rashford’s early brace provided the edge the Red Devils needed to grab a win. He even provided the assist that allowed Herrara to bring United’s goal total to three in the second half. He was absolutely, unequivocally, the man of the match.

The Next Chapter

The question now is how Marcus Rashford will fit into Manchester United’s lineup as the football club’s many injured players start coming back into the game. Anthony Martial is expected to make a quick recovery from his relatively minor injury. Rooney’s sideline spell will probably last a bit longer, but when both men are back to full heath, where will that leave Rashford?

With all of the praise that is understandably coming Rashford’s way right now-and with how the youngster saved Man United from almost certain defeat in a pair of key matches-it would be tough to leave him on the bench or send him back to the U-19 squad. With the win against Arsenal and Manchester City showing some pretty glaring weaknesses in the past few weeks, the Red Devils could have a chance to snag a podium position before the season runs out. To get there, though, he’ll need someone who injects excitement and momentum into United’s often dry play style, and Marcus Rashford might just be the best man for the job.

Then again, Marcus is very young, and as Van Gaal has noted, a lot of praise and pressure could easily go to his head. Is this teenager with just two senior starts under his belt really ready to take up the center forward role on a permanent basis? And if he does become a regular part of the lineup, who will get pushed out of the squad? Will it be fellow forward Memphis Depay, who has been something of a disappointment since coming to Old Trafford from PSV Eindhoven? Will it be Anthony Martial, who Louis van Gaal paid so handsomely for last summer? Will it be winger and rising star Jesse Lingard?

Only time will tell what decision Louis van Gaal will make going forward, and frankly, it’s not an enviable one. Still, we hope we’ll be seeing a lot more of Marcus Rashford on the field during the last few months of the 2015/16 season. The 18-year-old debutante has, quite simply, given Manchester United supporters something to cheer for again.

Do you think Rashford can help turn things around at Manchester United? Could the Red Devils still manage a Champions League qualification and some potential silverware from the FA Cup or the Europa League?

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Soccer Betting – The "Asian Handicap"

A draw, or tied score, is a frequent outcome in soccer. In the 2008-2009 season, almost a quarter of all Premier League matches resulted in a draw. Because such an outcome is so common, traditional betting usually involves betting within the context of three different outcomes: a win for one team, a draw, or a win for the other team. The «Asian handicap» is a means of changing this by «handicapping» the underdog by a certain percentage, meaning that a draw becomes impossible.

Most handicaps are made at intervals of one half or one quarter, meaning that there has to be a winner since it is impossible to score a half or quarter goal. The purpose is to make the odds as close to 50-50 as possible and eliminating the draw as a possible outcome. Because the odds are almost half when a handicap is applied, the payout is usually even money, or very close to it.

The primary benefit is encouraging punters to bet on matches where there is a clear favorite. For example, if Manchester United (winner of the Premier League in the 2008-2009 season) were to play West Bromwich (the bottom team of the Premier League during the same season), few punters would be interested in betting. This is because Manchester United is a much better team and the odds are strongly in their favor.

However, if West Bromwich was given a handicap of +2.5, it would mean that they would be effectively starting with a lead of 2.5 goals. This means Manchester United would have to score three goals more than West Bromwich to be the winner as far as the bet is concerned. If West Bromwich scored one goal, then Manchester would have to score four to win. Handicapping obviously changes the odds significantly.

An interesting aspect of handicapping is the push. If an even number is used for the handicap, and the actual score plus the handicap equals a draw, then this is a push. For example, if in the example given above West Bromwich was given a handicap of 2 and failed to score any goals, and Manchester United only scored two goals, this would be a push. The result of a push is that all the punters receive their original wagers returned as there was no winner.

The «Asian Handicap» adds an additional element to soccer betting that can be both fun and profitable. This form of betting can be helpful for those punters that have a personal favorite that they intend to bet on, but are not confident that their favorite will win a particular match.

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